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96130E

CC-Link Compatible Network Unit

DL-CL1
Users Manual (IL)
Read this manual before using the product in order to
achieve maximum performance.
Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Introduction
This manual describes the basic operations and hardware functions of the DL-CL1. Read
the manual carefully to ensure safe performance and function of the DL-CL1.
Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Ensure that the end user of this product receives this manual.

Symbols
The following symbols alert you to matters concerning the prevention of injury and product
damage.

DANGER
It indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.

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

It indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result


CAUTION
in minor or moderate injury.

It indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could result in product


NOTICE
damage as well as property damage.

Important It indicates cautions and limitations that must be followed during opera-
tion.

Point It indicates additional information on proper operation.

Reference It indicates tips for better understanding or useful information.

The names of systems and products used in this manual are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
Safety Precautions

General Precautions

Before and while operating this product, confirm that it provides its functions
and performance correctly.
Implement sufficient safety measures to prevent human and physical damages
in case this product fails.
Be aware that the product functions and performance are not warranted if the
product is used outside the range of stated specifications or is modified by the
customer.
Combining this product with other equipment requires sufficient consideration
because the proper functions and performance may not be provided depending
on the environment.
Do not use this product in applications for human protection.
Do not expose equipment, including peripherals, to rapid temperature changes.
Equipment failure may result from dew condensation.

Precautions for Use

In the following cases, immediately turn off the power. Leaving


the equipment in unusual condition in may result in human
injury or equipment failure.
- Water or foreign matter entered the main unit;
- The case is broken, for example if it is dropped;
CAUTION
- Smoke or unusual smell comes out of the product.
Use the correct power voltage. Failure to observe may result in
injury or failure.
Do not disassembly or modify this product. Failure to observe
may result in injury.

Do not turn off the power while you are setting any item. Doing this
NOTICE
may cause loss of data settings wholly or partially.

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Equipment Environment
For safe, trouble-free operation of this product, the product must not be installed on
the following locations:
Humid, dusty, or ill-ventilated.
Exposed to direct sunlight or heating source.
Exposed to corrosive or flammable gases.
Exposed directly to vibration or shock.
Exposed to water, oil, or chemical splashes.
Exposed to static electricity.

Noise Protection
If this product is installed on a location near a noise source, e.g., power source or
high-voltage line, it may malfunction or fail because of noise. Use protection mea-
sures, such as using a noise filter or running the cords separately.

About Power Supply


Noise superimposed on the power supply could cause malfunction. Use a stabi-
lized DC power supply configured with an isolation transformer.
When using a commercially available switching regulator, be sure to ground the
frame ground terminal or ground terminal.

Notes on Regulations and Standards

UL Certificate
This product is an UL/C-UL Listed product.
UL File No. E207185
Category NRAQ, NRAQ7

Be sure to consider the following specifications when using this product as an UL/C-
UL Listed Product.
Use a power supply with Class 2 output defined in NFPA70 (NEC: National Electri-
cal Code).
For wiring to the CC-Link connector, use the AWG 12-24 copper wire with temper-
ature rating 60 C or more.
Use this product under pollution degree 2
This product is an open type device. Therefore, it must be installed in an enclosure
with IP 54 or higher. (e.g. Industrial control panel)

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CE Marking
Keyence Corporation has confirmed that this product complies with the essential
requirements of the applicable EC Directive, based on the following specifications.
Be sure to consider the following specifications when using this product in the Mem-
ber State of European Union.

EMC Directive
EMI : EN55011, Class A
EMS : EN61000-6-2
Install this product in a conductive enclosure. (e.g. Industrial control panel)
Remarks
These specifications do not give any guarantee that the end-product with this
product incorporated complies with the essential requirements of EMC Directive.
The manufacturer of the end-product is solely responsible for the compliance on
the end-product itself according to EMC Directive.

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Relevant Manuals

The manuals to relevant to this document are as follows:

Manuals relevant
to CPU unit
Example: KV-5000 user's manual PLC CPU unit
CC-Link master unit

Manuals relevant to
CC-Link master unit

Example: KV-CL20 user's manual

DL-CL1 (This unit)

This manual

Sensor amplifier

Manuals of sensor
amplifier main unit

Example:
IL series user's manual

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Manual Organization

1 Before Using
This chapter provides an overview of the DL-CL1
and describes its part names and functions.

1
2
Connection and This chapter explains the procedures for
Configuration connecting sensor amplifiers to the DL-CL1
and how to configure the data link.
2
3
Communicating This chapter describes the configuration of the
memory linked to the CC-Link master station and
with the IL Series
provides communication time charts.
3
4
This chapter describes the specifications
Specifications and dimensions of the DL-CL1.

4
5
Provides the parameter list, as well as
Appendix troubleshooting instructions.

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Table of Contents

Safety Precautions.............................................................................1
General Precautions .......................................................................... 1
Precautions for Use ........................................................................... 1
Notes on Regulations and Standards ................................................ 2
Relevant Manuals...............................................................................4
Manual Organization..........................................................................5
Table of Contents ...............................................................................6
Terms Used in This Document .........................................................8

Chapter 1 Before Using


1-1 DL-CL1 Overview ............................................................................... 1-2
Overview ......................................................................................... 1-2
Types and Number of Connectable Sensor Amplifiers ................... 1-2
1-2 Checking the Package Contents ...................................................... 1-3
Package Content............................................................................. 1-3
List of Optional Parts....................................................................... 1-3
1-3 Names and Functions of Each Part ................................................. 1-4

Chapter 2 Connection and Configuration


2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers ......................... 2-2
ID Number Assignments to Sensor Amplifiers................................ 2-2
Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers ........................... 2-4
2-2 Wiring.................................................................................................. 2-8
Connecting to the CC-Link System................................................. 2-8
2-3 Configuring the Data Link............................................................... 2-12
Configuring the Master Station ..................................................... 2-12
Configuring the DL-CL1 ................................................................ 2-12

Chapter 3 Communicating with the IL Series


3-1 CC-Link Communication and Operating Modes ............................. 3-2
Data Exchanged by Cyclic Transfer ................................................ 3-2
Selecting an Operating Mode of the DL-CL1 .................................. 3-3
3-2 Device Maps ....................................................................................... 3-4
Device Maps for Small-Memory Mode 1,
Small-Memory Mode 2, and Monitor Mode 1.................................. 3-4
Device Maps for Monitor Mode 2, Full Mode 1,
and Full Mode 2 ............................................................................ 3-13
3-3 Communication Methods................................................................ 3-21
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Table of Contents

Reading an Output from a Sensor Amplifier ................................. 3-21


Entering an External Input into a Sensor Amplifier ....................... 3-21
Reading Judgment Values (P.V. Values) from Sensor Amplifiers.. 3-22
Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers....................... 3-24
Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier........................ 3-25
Rewriting a Setting Value of a Sensor Amplifier ........................... 3-26
Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier ............ 3-26
3-4 Command Parameter List ............................................................... 3-29
Common Command Parameter List.............................................. 3-29
Command Parameter List for IL Series......................................... 3-31

Chapter 4 Specifications
4-1 Specifications .................................................................................... 4-2
4-2 Data Processing Times ..................................................................... 4-3
4-3 Dimensions ........................................................................................ 4-5

Chapter 5 Appendix
5-1 Troubleshooting................................................................................. 5-2
5-2 Index ................................................................................................... 5-5

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Terms Used in This Document

This document uses the following terms:

Term Description
Sensor A sensor amplifier.
Main unit A sensor amplifier that has a power line and can operate alone.
A sensor amplifier that does not have a power line and must be
Expansion unit
connected to a main unit.
The name of KEYENCE's wiring-saving system for sensor amplifi-
D-bus ers.
Supports IL Series CMOS laser amplifier sensors and others.

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Before Using
This chapter provides an overview of the DL-CL1 and describes its
part names and functions. 1
1-1 DL-CL1 Overview ............................................... 1-2
1-2 Checking the Package Contents ........................ 1-3
1-3 Names and Functions of Each Part.................... 1-4

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1-1 DL-CL1 Overview

1 Overview

This unit operates as a remote device station (Ver. 1.1 and 2 switchable) of a CC-Link
Before Using

system. Using CC-Link communications, the sensor amplifiers and other units con-
nected to the DL-CL1 can transmit their ON/OFF control signals and current values as
communication data to PLC or other equipment.
The DL-CL1 supports cyclic transfer and extended cyclic transfer, enabling data com-
munication without the need of a ladder program. In addition, remote input/output sig-
nals can be used as handshake signals to read/write settings of sensor amplifiers and
to execute motion commands on the sensor amplifiers.

System configuration example

PLC or other host device


(CC-Link master unit)

DL-CL1 (This unit)

CC-Link slave
D-bus compatible sensor amplifier

Types and Number of Connectable Sensor Amplifiers

Number of Connectable Sensor Amplifiers

Expansion Maximum number of


Name Amplifier form Main unit
unit connectable units
DIN rail 8
IL-1000 IL-1050
mounting type (1 main unit, 7 expansion units)
IL Series
Panel 8
IL-1500 IL-1550
mounting type (1 main unit, 7 expansion units)
The DL-CL1 can connect multiple sensor amplifiers (a single main unit and multiple
expansion units) which support D-Bus. "D-bus" is the name of KEYENCE's wiring-
saving system for sensor amplifiers.
Different types of sensor amplifiers with D-bus support can be connected to the single
DL-CL1 unit.

How many and what different types of sensor amplifiers can be connected depends
on the sensor amplifiers or units to be connected. Please inquire for details.

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1-2 Checking the Package Contents

Before using the DL-CL1, make sure that the following equipment and accessories
are included in the package.
We have thoroughly inspected the package contents before shipment. However, in the 1
event of defective or broken items, contact your nearest KEYENCE office.

Before Using
Package Content

DL-CL1 main unit x 1 CC-Link connector x 1 Expansion connector


sticker x 1

End unit x 2 Resistor Instruction manual x 1


110 1/2W

(brown/brown/brown/gold)

List of Optional Parts

OP-79426 (CC-Link Ver. 1.10 compatible cable, 20 m)


OP-79427 (CC-Link Ver. 1.10 compatible cable, 100 m)
Cable x 1

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1-3 Names and Functions of Each Part

This section describes the part names and functions of the DL-CL1.

1 (1) Transmission rate setting switch


(2) Station number setting switch

(3) Operating mode setting switch


Before Using

(4) Power indicator (green)


(5) Communication indicator (green)
IND.CONT.EQ.
15JN

(6) Communication error indicator (red)


(7) Sensor communication indicator
(red/green)
20-30V DC, Class2
DL-CL1

(8) CC-Link connector

(9) Sensor amplifier connector


(for DIN rail mounting type)

(10) Sensor amplifier connector


(for panel mounting type
and large display type)

Name Description
(1) Transmission rate setting Sets the transmission rate of CC-Link.
switch
No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 to 9
Transmission rate
156k 625k 2.5M 5M 10M Cannot be set
(bps)

Default value: 0
(2) Station number setting Sets the station number of the DL-CL1 in the CC-
switch Link.
x10: Ten's digit
x1: One's digit

Setting range: 01 to 64
Default value: 01

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1-3 Names and Functions of Each Part

Name Description
(3) Operating mode setting Sets the operating mode of the DL-CL1 in the CC-
switch Link. The specific data that can be communicated 1
using cyclic transfer varies with each operating
mode.

Before Using
Station Number of link points
Switch setting Operating mode
configuration RX/RY RWw/RWr

Small-memory mode 1 1-station, 1x 32 4


(1-output, 1-input)

Small-memory mode 2
2-station, 1x 64 8
(3-output, 3-input)

Monitor mode 1
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 4-station, 1x 128 16
BANK change)
Monitor mode 2
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 1-station, 8x 128 32
BANK change)

Full mode 1
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 4-station, 2x 224 32
BANK change, setting value change)
Full mode 2
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 2-station, 8x 384 64
BANK change, setting value change)

Others Cannot be set

Default value: Small-memory mode 1


(4) Power indicator When normal: Lit in green
(5) Communication indicator For details, see "Troubleshooting" (page 5-2).
(6) Communication error When normal: Not lit
indicator For details, see "Troubleshooting" (page 5-2).
(7) Sensor communication When normal: Lit in green
indicator For details, see "Troubleshooting" (page 5-2).
(8) CC-Link connector Attach the CC-Link cable to this connector.
DA/DB/DG Communication signal
SLD Connect the shielded wire of the CC-Link cable.
FG Ground this functional ground terminal according to
a Class D (Class 3) grounding.
(9) Sensor amplifier connec- Attach the sensor amplifier to this connector.
tor (for DIN rail mounting)
(10)Sensor amplifier Attach the sensor amplifier to this connector.
connector When shipped from the factory, a protective sticker
(for panel mounting/large is installed.
display) The optional expansion cable (OP-35361) is used
for this connection.

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1-3 Names and Functions of Each Part

MEMO

1
Before Using

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Connection and Configuration
This chapter explains the procedures for connecting sensor
amplifiers to the DL-CL1 and how to configure the data link. 2
2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers
........................................................................... 2-2
2-2 Wiring ................................................................. 2-8
2-3 Configuring the Data Link................................. 2-12

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2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers

This section provides the procedures for installing the DL-CL1 and connecting to
sensor amplifiers.

The DL-CL1 can be connected with the expansion units of sensor amplifiers which
support D-bus. ("D-bus" is the name of KEYENCE's wiring-saving system for sensor

2 amplifiers.) How many sensor amplifiers can be connected depends on the sensor
amplifiers or units to be connected. For specific numbers of connections, refer to the
manual of each sensor amplifier.
Connection and Configuration

ID Number Assignments to Sensor Amplifiers

When connecting the DL-CL1 to a sensor amplifier which can be configured with
expansion units, the main unit will be assigned ID number 01, with the expansion units
assigned ID numbers of 02 to 08.

Point The ID number assignments to sensor amplifiers cannot be


changed by the user.
In this manual, ID number 01 to ID number 08 are denoted as ID 01
to ID 08, respectively.

For DIN rail mounting type

ID number 01 02 ... 08

Main unit Expansion unit Expansion unit Expansion unit

Sensor amplifier DL-CL1

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2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers

For panel mounting type

ID number Sensor amplifier

01 Main unit
2

Connection and Configuration


Expansion
02 unit
Sensor
amplifier

Expansion
...

unit
DL-CL1

Expansion
08 unit

Point Since ID numbers are assigned automatically, changing the num-


ber of sensor amplifiers or their connection sequence may require
modification of the control program. In addition, some units are
restricted in their connection sequence (e.g., a unit that must be
the last connection). These considerations should be taken when
configuring the control program.
An error results if more sensor amplifiers are connected than the
maximum number of connectable amplifiers.
"Error information list" (page 3-10)

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2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers

Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers

Mounting on a DIN rail

2 1 Align the claw on the bottom of the amplifier with the DIN rail. While push-
ing the amplifier in the direction of arrow (1), press down in the direction
of arrow (2).
Connection and Configuration

(3)

(2)
(1)

2 To remove the DL-CL1, raise the main unit in the direction of arrow (3)
while pushing it the direction of arrow (1).

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2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers

Procedures for connecting to sensor amplifiers


The CC-Link compatible communication unit DL-CL1 must be connected to sensor
amplifiers before it can provide its function.
The connecting procedure varies with the mounting type of the sensor amplifiers to be
connected.
Make sure that the power to the sensor amplifier is off before starting to
NOTICE connect the CC-Link compatible communication unit DL-CL1. Perform- 2
ing the procedure with the power on may damage the DL-CL1.

Connection and Configuration


Point For the instructions on connecting additional sensor amplifiers, refer
to the instruction manual of the sensors amplifiers.

Connecting to sensor amplifiers of DIN rail mounting type

1 Remove the expansion protective cover from the sensor amplifier to be


connected.
Sensor amplifier

Expansion protective cover

2 Install the CC-Link compatible communication unit DL-CL1 on the DIN rail
and connect to the sensor amplifier.

Ensure a tight connection, leaving no space between the CC-Link compatible


communication unit DL-CL1 and the sensor amplifier.
Sensor amplifier CC-Link compatible
communication unit DL-CL1

Connector

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2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers

Make sure that the sensor amplifier connector (for DIN rail mounting
type) is not askew on the side face of the CC-Link compatible communi-
cation unit DL-CL1, as shown below. If the connector is askew, the DL-
CL1 may become damaged when connected to the sensor amplifier.

2 NOTICE
Sensor amplifier connector
Connection and Configuration

CC-Link compatible
communication unit DL-CL1

3 Mount the supplied end units (OP-26751: a set of two pieces) on the outer
side faces of the amplifier and the CC-Link compatible communication
unit DL-CL1. Then, fix the end units with the screws on the top of each
end unit (2 points x 2 units). (Tightening torque: 0.6 Nm or less)

Mount the end units in the same way as the CC-Link compatible communication
unit DL-CL1.

End unit

End unit

Press the CC-Link compatible communication unit DL-CL1 into full


engagement with the sensor amplifier. If the DL-CL1 is connected in
NOTICE
slant position or not pressed fully, it may be damaged when the power is
turned on.

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2-1 Installation and Connection to Sensor Amplifiers

Connecting to sensor amplifiers of panel mounting type

1 Connect the optional expansion cable (OP-35361) between the sensor


amplifier and the CC-Link compatible communication unit DL-CL1.

Connection and Configuration


Peel off the protective sticker.

Expansion cable (300 mm long)

Turn off the power and connect the expansion cable securely. If
the cable is connected in slant position or not inserted fully, the
NOTICE DL-CL1 may be damaged when the power is turned on.
Do not attach or detach the cable with the power on, as this may
damage the DL-CL1.

2 Remove the sensor amplifier connector (for DIN rail mounting type) from
the CC-Link compatible communication unit DL-CL1 using pliers or the
like. In its place, attach the expansion connector sticker supplied.

Sensor amplifier connector


(for DIN rail mounting type)
Expansion connector sticker

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2-2 Wiring

This section describes how to wire the DL-CL1.

Point Turn off the power before starting the cabling operation.
For more information about the CC-Link system, including cable
2 length and cabling methods, refer to the document of the CC-Link
master unit.
Connection and Configuration

Connecting to the CC-Link System

Use the following procedures to connect the DL-CL1 to the CC-Link system.

Usable cables
For connection between the DL-CL1 and the CC-Link system, use CC-Link cables
(Ver. 1.10 or later) accredited by the CC-Link Partner Association.

CC-Link cables (for Ver. 1.10) are available as optional items.


OP-79426 (20 m) OP-79427 (100 m)

Point To ensure normal communication, only use the CC-Link cables.

Trimming the cable

1 Strip the cable sheath.

Strip approximately 50 mm of the sheath from the end of the CC-Link cable,
with care to avoid damaging the shield braid of the cable.
Sheath Approx. 50 mm


Shield braid

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2-2 Wiring

2 Trim the shield.

Upbraid the shield braid carefully. Find the bare drain wire (twisted or flying)
inside the shield braid. Twist together the unbranded shield braid and the drain
wire securely, and then put on the insulating tube.
Aluminum polyester laminated tape
2

Connection and Configuration


Insulating tube Shield braid twisted together

3 Strip the sheathed conductors.

Strip approximately 10 mm of sheath from each signal wire, by removing the


aluminum polyester laminated tape. Take care not to damage the signal wires.
Twist together the exposed conductors securely.
Approx. 10 mm

Twist together the conductors

Point If you are using solderless terminals, perform cable wiring/


trimming appropriately to suit the specifications of the partic-
ular terminals.
Recommended solderless terminals: Phoenix Contact's A/AI
Series
Do not perform soldering (pre-soldering) on the trimmed end
of the cable.

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2-2 Wiring

Connecting the cable


Use the following procedures to connect to the CC-Link connector supplied with the
DL-CL1.

1 Connect the trimmed cable to the CC-Link connector.

2 Insert the cable completely.


Connection and Configuration

Terminal name Function


DA/DB/DG Communication signal
SLD Connect the shielded wire of the CC-Link cable.
FG Ground this functional ground terminal according to Class D (Class 3) grounding

2 Attach the CC-Link connector to the DL-CL1.

Plug the connector into the DL-CL1 and screw it down with the screws on each
end.
(Tightening torque: 0.2 to 0.3 Nm)

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2-2 Wiring

Connecting the termination resistor


If the DL-CL1 is at the end of the CC-Link system, connect the supplied termination
resistor to DA/DB of the CC-Link connector.

Type of cable Termination resistor


CC-Link Ver. 1.10 compatible cable 110, 1/2 W (brown/brown/
brown/gold) 2

Connection and Configuration

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2-3 Configuring the Data Link

Use the following configuration procedures for connecting the DL-CL1 to the CC-Link
system.

Point This manual covers only the functions and settings of a CC-Link mas-
2 ter station which are required for communication with the DL-CL1. For
the functions and settings related to the communication between the
CC-Link master unit and CPU unit, refer to the manuals shipped with
Connection and Configuration

your master unit or CPU unit.

Configuring the Master Station

To connect the DL-CL1 to the CC-Link master unit, it is necessary to configure the
slave attribute and memory allocation settings.

Slave attribute settings


Register the DL-CL1 to the CC-Link master unit as a remote device station.
You can also configure the settings by importing a CSP file into the software for the
master unit (ladder programming software or CC-Link configuration software).

Reference The CSP file can be downloaded from the KEYENCE web site:
http://www.keyence.com

Memory allocation settings


In order to exchange data between the DL-CL1 and CC-Link master station, configure
the memory allocation settings using the software for the master station (ladder
programming software or CC-Link configuration software).

Reference Where multiple slave units are connected, the memory allocation for each
slave unit is done automatically based on the specified starting address.
The allocation information for each slave unit can be checked using the
CC-Link configuration software.

Configuring the DL-CL1

Use the following procedures to configure the data link of the DL-CL1.

Transmission rate Operating mode setting switch


setting switch

Station number
setting switch

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2-3 Configuring the Data Link

Setting the transmission rate


Set the transmission rate of the DL-CL1 to the same value as set in the CC-Link
master station.
Do this using the transmission rate setting switch on the DL-CL1.
Default value: 0

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 to 9 2
Transmission rate (bps) 156 k 625 k 2.5 M 5M 10 M Cannot be set.

Connection and Configuration


Setting the station number
Using the station address setting switch, set the station number (slave ID) assigned to
the DL-CL1.
Default value: 01
Setting range: 01 to 64

Selecting an operating mode


Using the operating mode setting switch, set the combination of the number of
stations occupied by the DL-CL1 and the extended cyclic setting. The specific data
that can be communicated using cyclic transfer varies with each operating mode.
See the section "Selecting an Operating Mode of the DL-CL1" and select the
appropriate operating mode that suits the desired function of sensor amplifiers.
Default value: Small-memory mode 1
The contents of output and current value vary depending on the sensor amplifiers
to be connected.
Examples: 3-level judgment output for 3-output mode; 5-level judgment output for
5-output mode. Current value: judgment value.

Station Number of link points


Switch setting Operating mode
configuration RX/RY RWw/RWr

Small-memory mode 1 1-station, 1x 32 4


(1-output, 1-input)

Small-memory mode 2
2-station, 1x 64 8
(3-output, 3-input)

Monitor mode 1
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 4-station, 1x 128 16
BANK change)
Monitor mode 2
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 1-station, 8x 128 32
BANK change)

Full mode 1
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 4-station, 2x 224 32
BANK change, setting value change)
Full mode 2
(5-output, 5-input, current value, 2-station, 8x 384 64
BANK change, setting value change)

Others Cannot be set

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2-3 Configuring the Data Link

Point Each switch should be set before turning on the power. If any setting
is changed while the DL-CL1 is operating, the new setting will not be
applied until the power is turned on again. (The communication error
indicator flashes intermittently.)

2
Connection and Configuration

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Communicating with the IL Series
This chapter describes the configuration of the memory linked to the
CC-Link master station and provides communication time charts. 3
3-1 CC-Link Communication and Operating Modes . 3-2
3-2 Device Maps....................................................... 3-4
3-3 Communication Methods.................................. 3-21
3-4 Command Parameter List................................. 3-29

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3-1 CC-Link Communication and Operating Modes

The DL-CL1 operates as a remote device station of a CC-Link system.


This section describes the data that the DL-CL1 can exchange through the CC-Link,
and available operating modes.

Data Exchanged by Cyclic Transfer

The DL-CL1's data is linked with the CC-Link maser station as shown below.

Sensor amplifier
3 Output
Communicating with the IL Series

CC-Link master station DL-CL1 Judgment value

Output
(1) RX (Remote inputs)
(3) RWr (Remote registers) Judgment value
Error information
Output Output

Judgment value Judgment value
Error information

Error information

Read parameter
Error information

(2) RY (Remote inputs)
(4) RWw (Remote registers)
Request to change setting value

Changed setting value Setting value

External input External input

Write parameter

Read/write parameters

Through the link, the CC-Link master station is enabled to:


Communicate the output signal, judgment value, and error status of sensor amplifi-
ers without the need of a ladder program.
Use the remote input RX and remote output RY areas as handshake signals to
execute external inputs to, or change the setting values of, sensor amplifiers.
Execute motion commands on sensor amplifiers.
Directly read and write the parameters of sensor amplifiers. This capability gives
the ability to use functions that can be executed on sensor amplifiers.

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3-1 CC-Link Communication and Operating Modes

Selecting an Operating Mode of the DL-CL1

Select an operating mode of the DL-CL1 to suit the functions of the sensor amplifiers
to be used.
The specific CC-Link device configuration and the data that can be communicated
using cyclic transfer vary with each operating mode of the DL-CL1. An appropriate
operating mode should be determined by considering the number of link points the
data that can be communicated.
"Configuring the Data Link" (page 2-12)
3
Operating mode of DL-CL1

Communicating with the IL Series


Small- Small-
Monitor Monitor Full Full
Method of Available function memory memory Reference
mode 1 mode 2 mode 1 mode 2
communication of sensor mode 1 mode 2 page for
with the master communication
station amplifier*1 1-station, 2-station, 4-station, 1-station, 4-station, 2-station, method
1x 1x 1x 8x 2x 8x

page 3-4 page 3-13


Remote input RX Read out- HIGH Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 3-4
puts 1 - 5 LOW No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
GO No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Alarm
No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
output
Not

used
Remote register RWr Read judgment *2 3-8
No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
value (P.V. value)
Remote output RY External External 3-15
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
inputs 1-5 input 1
External
No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
input 2
External
No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
input 3
External
No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
input 4
Not

used
Remote register Change BANK number No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 3-20
RWw Rewrite setting 3-20
No No No No Yes Yes
value
Handshake control Motion command No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 3-25
program*3 Read output 3-21
(Command commu- Read judgment
nication) value (P.V. value)
Read external input
status No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Read BANK number
Read setting/status
Write setting/status

Yes: Available with sensor amplifiers of ID 01 to 08. No: Not available.


*1 For details of the functions assigned for motions commands and setting/status read/write,
see "Device Maps" (page 3-4) and "Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).
*2 In remote register RWw, specify the ID number of the sensor amplifier from which to read.
*3 To use this communication method, create a program that controls commands by handshaking
between a remote input/output and remote register.

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3-2 Device Maps

The device maps vary as described in "Selecting an Operating Mode of the DL-
CL1" (page 3-3). Select an operating mode suited for the functions of the sensor
amplifiers to be used, before accessing each device.

Device Maps for Small-Memory Mode 1, Small-Memory Mode 2, and Monitor Mode 1

The following device maps are used for when the operating mode is small-memory
mode 1, small-memory mode 2, or monitor mode 1.

3 In cases of monitor mode 2, full mode 1, and full mode 2, see


Monitor Mode 2, Full Mode 1, and Full Mode 2" (page 3-13).
"Device Maps for
Communicating with the IL Series

Remote input RX (DL-CL1 -> master station)


Operating Device no. Communication
Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Sends the HIGH output state (ON/
Small-memory mode 1
Small-memory mode 2
Monitor mode 1

OFF) of the sensor amplifier.


RX[n] + 00 HIGH ID 01 0: OFF
*1 The HIGH output of each sensor
to 07 to ID 08 1: ON
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
The DL-CL1 is not communicating
properly with the sensor amplifier,
or an error exists with the sensor 0: No error
RX[n] + 0F Error status -
amplifier. 1: Error
If an error exists, the error code is
stored in error code (RWr[n] + 00).
Sends the LOW output state (ON/
OFF) of the sensor amplifier.
RX[n] + 10 LOW ID 01 0: OFF
*1 The LOW output of each sensor
to 17 to ID 08 1: ON
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
RX[n] + 1F (Not used) - - -
Sends the GO output state (ON/
OFF) of the sensor amplifier.
RX[n] + 20 GO ID01 0: OFF
*1 The GO output of each sensor
to 27 to ID08 1: ON
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
RX[n] + 2F System reserved - Unusable -
RX[n] + 30 Alarm output 0: OFF
*1 -
to 37 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
RX[n] + 3F System reserved - Unusable -
RX[n] + 40 (Not used)
- - -
to 4E ID 01 to ID 08
RX[n] + 4F System reserved - Unusable -
Used when communicating under
handshake control program. 0: In preparation
RX[n] + 50 Sensor ready *4
This is output when command 1: Ready
execution is ready.
Used when communicating under
Command handshake control program. 0->1: Execution
RX[n] + 51 *4
complete This is output when command complete
execution is complete.

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Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Used when communicating under
Monitor mode 1
handshake control program. 0: No error
RX[n] + 52 Command error *4
This is output when an error occurs 1: Error
during command execution.
This is output when judgment
Judgment value
value (P.V. value) update is locked 0: Update enabled
RX[n] + 53 update lock -
(judgment value update lock 1: Update locked
state
request (RY[n] + 53) is ON).
RX[n] + 54
System reserved - Unusable -
to 5D
Used when reading judgment
RX[n] + 5E
Judgment value
page change
complete
*2
value (P.V. value).
This is output when judgment
value page has been changed.
0->1: Change
complete 3
Used when reading judgment

Communicating with the IL Series


Judgment value value (P.V. value).
0: No error
RX[n] + 5F page change *2 This is output if an error occurs
1: Error
error while changing the judgment value
page.
Used when changing BANK
number.
BANK change
RX[n] + 60 This is output when BANK number 0->1: Change
complete ID 01 *3
to 67 has been changed. complete
to ID 08
The output of each sensor amplifier (ID
01 to ID 08) corresponds to each RX.
Used when changing BANK
number.
BANK change This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
RX[n] + 6F *3
error with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
number during BANK number
changing.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
HIGH setting This is output when the HIGH
value (BANK 0) setting value (BANK 0) has been 0->1: Rewrite
*5
rewrite changed. complete
complete The output of each sensor
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
HIGH setting
This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
value (BANK 0) *5
with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error
number during rewriting of HIGH
setting value (BANK 0).
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
LOW setting This is output when the LOW
value (BANK 0) setting value (BANK 0) has been 0->1: Rewrite
*5
rewrite changed. complete
complete The output of each sensor amplifier
(ID 01 to ID 08) corresponds to
each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
LOW setting
This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
value (BANK 0) *5
with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error
number during rewriting of LOW
setting value (BANK 0).

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3-2 Device Maps

Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Shift target This is output when the shift target
value (BANK 0) value (BANK 0) has been 0->1: Rewrite
*5
rewrite changed. complete
complete The output of each sensor
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Shift target
This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
value (BANK 0) *5
with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
3 rewrite error
number during rewriting of shift
target value (BANK 0).
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Communicating with the IL Series

Analog output
This is output when finished
upper limit
changing the analog output upper 0->1: Rewrite
value (BANK 0) *5
limit value (BANK 0). complete
rewrite
The output of each sensor
complete
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
Analog output value.
upper limit This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
*5
value (BANK 0) with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error number when rewriting the analog
output upper limit value (BANK 0).
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Analog output
This is output when finished
lower limit value
changing the analog output lower 0->1: Rewrite
(BANK 0) *5
limit value (BANK 0). complete
rewrite
The output of each sensor
complete
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
Analog output value.
lower limit value This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
(BANK 0)
*5 with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error number when rewriting the analog
output lower limit value (BANK 0).
This is output when the DL-CL1 is
RX[n] + 1B correctly connected to the CC-Link
system.
1: Proper communication is
0: In preparation
RX[n] + 3B Remote ready - provided. Data from the sensor
1: Ready
amplifier will be updated.
0: Proper communication is not
RX[n] + 7B provided. Data from the sensor
amplifier will not be updated.

Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Reading an Output from a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21).
*2 Refer to "Monitor mode 1" (page 3-22).
*3 Refer to "Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-24).
*4 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
*5 Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).

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3-2 Device Maps

Remote output RY (master station -> DL-CL1)


Operating Device no. Communication
Name Description Writing range
mode (HEX) method
Small-memory mode 1
Small-memory mode 2
Monitor mode 1

Receives external input-1 by


RY[n] + 00 External output- 0: OFF
*1 assigning each sensor amplifier
to 07 1 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.

RY[n] + 0F

RY[n] + 10
System reserved

External output-
-

*1
Unusable
Receives external input-2 by
assigning each sensor amplifier
-

0: OFF
3
to 17 1 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.

Communicating with the IL Series


RY[n] + 1F System reserved - Unusable -
Receives external input-3 by
RY[n] + 20 External input-3 0: OFF
*1 assigning each sensor amplifier
to 27 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
RY[n] + 2F System reserved - Unusable -
Receives external input-4 by
RY[n] + 30 External input-4 0: OFF
*1 assigning each sensor amplifier
to 37 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
RY[n] + 3F System reserved - Unusable -
RY[n] + 40 (Not used)
- - -
to 4E ID 01 to ID 08
RY[n] + 4F
System reserved - Unusable -
to 50
Used when communicating under
Request for handshake control program. 0->1: Request
RY[n] + 51 *4
command This is input when requesting execution
command execution.
RY[n] + 52 System reserved - Unusable -
Used to lock data update in
judgment value boxes (RWr[n] +
08 to 0D).
This may be used to obtain the
0: Do not lock
Request to lock judgment values of multiple sensor
update
RY[n] + 53 judgment value - amplifiers at the same timing.
1: Request
update The judgment value is locked while
update lock
the update request is held.
The update lock state can be
checked by the judgment value
update lock state (RX[n] + 53).
RY[n] + 54
System reserved - Unusable -
to 5D
Used when reading judgment
Request to value (P.V. value).
change This is input when requesting to 0->1: Request
RY[n] + 5E *2
judgment value change the judgment value page change
page (the ID number of the sensor
amplifier to read from).
RY[n] + 5F System reserved - Unusable -

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3-2 Device Maps

Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Writing range
mode (HEX) method
Used when changing BANK
Monitor mode 1

number.
This is input when requesting to
Request to
RY[n] + 60 change the BANK number of each 0->1: Request
change BANK *3
to 67 sensor amplifier. change
ID 01 to ID 08
The request input is received by
assigning each sensor amplifier
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
Used when changing BANK
Clear BANK number.
RY[n] + 6F *3 0->1: Clear error
error This is input when clearing a
BANK change error.
3 Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Entering an External Input into a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21).
Communicating with the IL Series

*2 Refer to "Monitor mode 1" (page 3-22).


*3 Refer to "Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-24).
*4 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).

Remote register RWr (DL-CL1 -> master station)


Operating Device no. Communication
Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Small-memory mode 1
Small-memory mode 2
Monitor mode 1

Stores an error code when error


status (RX[n] + 0F) turns ON.
If there are multiple errors, the
error having the smallest number
RWr[n] + 00 Error code - *5
(two last digits in HEX) is stored. If
there are errors with multiple ID
numbers, the error information for
the smallest ID number is stored.

Used when communicating under


Command handshake control program.
RWr[n] + 01 *3 *6
response Stores details of command
execution result.
Used when communicating under
RWr[n] + 02 handshake control program.
Read data *3 *7
to 03 Stores the parameter data read
from the sensor amplifier.
Stores the external input-1
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-1 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 04 *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.
Stores the external input-2
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-2 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 05 *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.
Stores the external input-3
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-3 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 06 *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.

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3-2 Device Maps

Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Used when reading judgment
Monitor mode 1
value (P.V. value).
This property is output by
assigning IDs (ID 01 to ID 08) to 0: Normal
Judgment value bits 0 - 07. judgment value
RWr[n] + 07 *2
property The output occurs when the 1: "over," "under,"
judgment value (P.V. value) read or "invalid (-----)"
from the sensor amplifier is
nonnumeric: "over," "under," or
"invalid."
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value).
RWr[n] + 08
to 09
Judgment value
box 1
*2
The judgment value (P.V. value) of
the sensor amplifier of the ID
Page 0: ID 01
Page 1: ID 04
3
number specified page number Page 2: ID 07
(RWw[n] + 08) is output.

Communicating with the IL Series


Data type: INT32 (LITTLE)
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value).
The judgment value (P.V. value) of Page 0: ID 02
RWr[n] + 0A Judgment value
*2 the sensor amplifier of the ID Page 1: ID 05
to 0B box 2
number specified page number Page 2: ID 08
(RWw[n] + 08) is output.
Data type: INT32 (LITTLE)
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value).
The judgment value (P.V. value) of Page 0: ID 03
RWr[n] + 0C Judgment value
*2 the sensor amplifier of the ID Page 1: ID 06
to 0D box 3
number specified page number Page 2: Not used
(RWw[n] +08) is output.
Data type: INT32 (LITTLE)
Stores the external input-4
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-4 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 0E *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.
RWr[n] + 0F (Not used) - - -

Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Entering an External Input into a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21).
*2 Refer to "Monitor mode 1" (page 3-22).
*3 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).
*4 Refer to "Monitor mode 2/full mode" (page 3-23).
*5 Refer to "Error information list" (page 3-10).
*6 Refer to "Command response list" (page 3-11).
*7 Refer to "Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).

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3-2 Device Maps

Error information list


Error Information
Description Cause Corrective action
(HEX)*
0000 No error - -
Check the number of connected
sensor amplifiers and the
0001 connection to the sensor
Error encountered during
0002 Initialization error amplifiers, and then turn off the
initialization.
0005 power and back on. If the error
cannot be recovered, contact
your nearest sales office.
There is connected a sensor

3 0003 Model error amplifier of a model


incompatible with the DL-CL1.
Connect a sensor amplifier of a
compatible model.

A foreign sensor amplifier (i.e.,


Remove the foreign sensor
0004 Mixed connection error one that cannot be intermixed)
amplifier.
Communicating with the IL Series

is connected.
More sensor amplifiers are Observe the number of
0006 Number-of-units error
connected than are permitted. connectable sensor amplifiers.
An error exists in the
Check the connections of the
Sensor-to-sensor communication between
0007 sensor amplifiers, and then turn
communication error sensor
off the power and back on.
amplifiers.
Error 1 for sensor amplifier
nn01 Overcurrent error
of ID number nn
Error 2 for sensor amplifier
nn02 EEPROM error
of ID number nn
Error 3 for sensor amplifier
nn03 Head error
of ID number nn
Error 4 to 7 for sensor
nn04 to nn07 (Not used)
amplifier of ID number nn
Error 8 for sensor amplifier
nn08 Transmitter laser error
of ID number nn
Error 9 for sensor amplifier Refer to the IL series user's
nn09 Model mismatch error
of ID number nn manual.
Error 10 to 11 for sensor
nn0A to nn0B (Not used)
amplifier of ID number nn
Error 12 for sensor amplifier Amp-to-Amp communication
nn0C
of ID number nn error
Error 13 for sensor amplifier Number of sensor amplifiers
nn0D
of ID number nn error
Error 14 for sensor amplifier
nn0E Operation error
of ID number nn
Error 15 to 16 for sensor
nn0F to nn10 (Not used)
amplifier of ID number nn

* "nn" denotes the ID number in hexadecimal of sensor amplifier.


(Example: 01h for ID 01, ..., 04h for ID 04)
If there are multiple errors, the smallest error code is stored in the remote register.

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3-2 Device Maps

Command response list


Response
Name Description
(HEX)
0000 Successfully completed The command has been processed successfully.
0001 Command number error The command number is out of range.
0002 Data category error The data category value is out of range.
0003 ID number out of range The ID number of sensor amplifier is out of range.
0004 Data number out of range The data number is out of range.
0005 Write inhibit Read-only data number. Cannot be written.
0006 Write data out of range Data written is out of range.
0007
0008
Sensor-to-sensor communication error
Motion command access error
Motion command data number out of
An error exists in the communication between sensors.
Cannot read/write to motion command data numbers. 3
0009 The data number of motion command is out of range.
range

Communicating with the IL Series


000A Motion command execution error Failed to execute the motion command.
000B Read inhibit Write-only data number. Cannot be read.
Command communication (read or write) is
000C Operating status error temporarily prohibited because of the operating status
of the sensor amplifier.
The command has been processed successfully.
FFFF(-1) The data being read has one decimal place.
********. *
The command has been processed successfully.
FFFE(-2) The data being read has two decimal places.
********. **
Decimal point position of read data*
The command has been processed successfully.
FFF7(-9) The data being read has nine decimal places.
*. *********
The command has been processed successfully.
FFF6(-10) The data being read has ten decimal places.
0. **********

* This response is provided specifically for data category 10. If the read data has decimal-point position
information and the command is successfully processed, the decimal-point position information is
added to the command response. For details of data category 10, refer to "Command Parameter
List" (page 3-29).

Remote register RWw (master station -> DL-CL1)


Operating Device no. Communication
Name Description Writing range
mode (HEX) method
Upper byte:
Small-memory mode 1
Small-memory mode 2
Monitor mode 1

Used when communicating under 00h - FFh


Data category/ handshake control program. Lower byte:
RWw[n] + 00 command *3 Specifies the data category and 00: Read
number command number of the 01: Write
parameter to be communicated. 02: Motion
command
Used when communicating under
handshake control program.
RWw[n] + 01 Data number *3 0000h - FFFFh
Specifies the data number of the
parameter to be communicated.
Used when communicating under
handshake control program.
RWw[n] + 02
Data to write *3 Specifies the data to be written in *4
to 03
the parameter to be
communicated.

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3-2 Device Maps

Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Writing range
mode (HEX) method
0: BANK 0
Monitor mode 1

Used when changing BANK


Select BANK 1: BANK 1
RWw[n] + 04 *2 number.
number 2: BANK 3
Specifies a new BANK number.
3: BANK 3
RWw[n] + 05
System reserved - Unusable -
to 07
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value). 0: Page 0
Select
Specifies the page number 1: Page 1
judgment value
RWw[n] + 08 *1 corresponding to the sensor 2: Page 2
box page
amplifier ID number to be stored in 3: Page 3
number
3 HIGH setting
the
judgment value box.
Stores the HIGH setting value
4: Page 4

value (BANK 0) *4 (BANK 0) to be written in the INT32 (LITTLE)


Communicating with the IL Series

rewrite data sensor amplifier.


LOW setting Stores the LOW setting value
value (BANK 0) *4 (BANK 0) to be written in the INT32 (LITTLE)
rewrite data sensor amplifier.
Shift target Stores the shift target value (BANK
value (BANK 0) *4 0) to be written in the sensor INT32 (LITTLE)
rewrite data amplifier.
Analog output
Stores the analog output upper
upper limit
*4 limit value (BANK 0) to be written INT32 (LITTLE)
value (BANK 0)
in the sensor amplifier.
rewrite data
Analog output
Stores the analog output lower
lower limit value
*4 limit value (BANK 0) to be written INT32 (LITTLE)
(BANK 0)
in the sensor amplifier.
rewrite data

Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Monitor mode 1" (page 3-22).
*2 Refer to "Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-24).
*3 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).
*4 Refer to "Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).

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3-2 Device Maps

Device Maps for Monitor Mode 2, Full Mode 1, and Full Mode 2

The following device maps are used when the operating mode is monitor mode 2, full
mode 1, or full mode 2.
In cases of small-memory mode 1, small-memory mode 2, and monitor mode 1,
see "Device Maps for Small-Memory Mode 1, Small-Memory Mode 2, and Monitor
Mode 1" (page 3-4).

Remote input RX (DL-CL1 -> master station)


Operating
mode
Device no.
(HEX)
Name
Communication
method
Description Reading range
3
Sends the HIGH output state (ON/
Monitor mode 2
Full mode 1
Full mode 2

Communicating with the IL Series


OFF) of the sensor amplifier.
RX[n] + 00 HIGH ID 01 0: OFF
*1 The HIGH output of each sensor
to 07 to ID 08 1: ON
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
The DL-CL1 is not communicating
properly with the sensor amplifier,
or an error exists with the sensor 0: No error
RX[n] + 0F Error status -
amplifier. 1: Error
If an error exists, the error code is
stored in error code (RWr[n] + 00).
Sends the LOW output state (ON/
OFF) of the sensor amplifier.
RX[n] + 10 LOW ID01 0: OFF
*1 The LOW output of each sensor
to 17 to ID08 1: ON
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
RX[n] + 1F Not used - - -
Sends the GO output state (ON/
OFF) of the sensor amplifier.
RX[n] + 20 GO ID01 0: OFF
*1 The GO output of each sensor
to 27 to ID08 1: ON
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
RX[n] + 2F System reserved - Unusable -
RX[n] + 30 Alarm output 0: OFF
*1 -
to 37 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
RX[n] + 3F System reserved - Unusable -
RX[n] + 40 Not used
- - -
to 4E ID 01 to ID 08
RX[n] + 4F System reserved - Unusable -
Used when communicating under
handshake control program. 0: In preparation
RX[n] + 50 Sensor ready *3
This is output when command 1: Ready
execution is ready.
Used when communicating under
Command handshake control program. 0->1: Execution
RX[n] + 51 *3
complete This is output when command complete
execution is complete.
Used when communicating under
handshake control program. 0: No error
RX[n] + 52 Command error *3
This is output when an error occurs 1: Error
during command execution.
This is output when judgment
Judgment value 0: Update
value update is locked (judgment
RX[n] + 53 update lock - enabled
value update lock request (RY[n] +
state 1: Update locked
53) is ON).
RX[n] + 54 System
- Unusable -
to 5D reserved

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Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Used when reading judgment
Monitor mode 2
Full mode 1
Full mode 2

Judgment value
value (P.V. value). 0->1: Change
page change *2
This is output when judgment complete
complete
value page has been changed.
Used when reading judgment
Judgment value value (P.V. value).
0: No error
page change *2 This is output if an error occurs
1: Error
error while changing the judgment value
page.
Used when changing BANK
number.
BANK change This is output when BANK number

3 RX[n] + 60
to 67
complete ID 01
to ID 08
*3 has been changed.
The output of each sensor
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
0->1: Change
complete

corresponds to each RX.


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Used when changing BANK


number.
BANK change This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
RX[n] + 6F *3
error with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
number during BANK number
changing.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
HIGH setting
This is output when the HIGH
value (BANK 0)
RX[n] + 70 setting value (BANK 0) has been 0->1: Rewrite
rewrite *5
to 77 changed. complete
complete ID 01
The output of each sensor
to ID 08
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
HIGH setting
This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
RX[n] + 7F value (BANK 0) *5
with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error
number during rewriting of HIGH
setting value (BANK 0).
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
LOW setting
This is output when the LOW
value (BANK 0)
RX[n] + 80 setting value (BANK 0) has been 0->1: Rewrite
rewrite *5
to 87 changed. complete
complete ID 01
The output of each sensor
to ID 08
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
LOW setting
This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
RX[n] + 8F value (BANK 0) *5
with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error
number during rewriting of LOW
setting value (BANK 0).
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Shift target
This is output when the shift target
value (BANK 0)
RX[n] + 90 value (BANK 0) has been 0->1: Rewrite
rewrite *5
to 97 changed. complete
complete ID 01
The output of each sensor
to ID 08
amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Shift target
This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
RX[n] + 9F value (BANK 0) *5
with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error
number during rewriting of shift
target value (BANK 0).

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Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Used when rewriting a setting
Monitor mode
Full mode 1
Full mode 2
Analog output value.
upper limit This is output when finished
RX[n] + A0 value (BANK 0) changing the analog output upper 0->1: Rewrite
*5
to A7 rewrite limit value (BANK 0). complete
complete ID 01 The output of each sensor
to ID 08 amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
Analog output value.
upper limit This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
RX[n] + AF *5
value (BANK 0) with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error number when rewriting the analog
output upper limit value (BANK 0).
Used when rewriting a setting
3
Analog output value.

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lower limit value This is output when finished
RX[n] + B0 (BANK 0) changing the analog output lower 0->1: Rewrite
*5
to B7 rewrite limit value (BANK 0). complete
complete ID 01 The output of each sensor
to ID 08 amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08)
corresponds to each RX.
Used when rewriting a setting
Analog output value.
lower limit value This is output if an error occurs 0: No error
RX[n] + BF *5
(BANK 0) with a sensor amplifier of any ID 1: Error
rewrite error number when rewriting the analog
output lower limit value (BANK 0).
This is output when the DL-CL1 is
RX[n] + 7B correctly connected to the CC-Link
system.
1: Proper communication is
0: In preparation
RX[n] + DB Remote ready - provided. Data from the sensor
1: Ready
amplifier will be updated.
0: Proper communication is not
RX[n] + 17B provided. Data from the sensor
amplifier will not be updated.

Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Reading an Output from a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21).
*2 Refer to "Monitor mode 1" (page 3-22).
*3 Refer to "Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-24).
*4 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
*5 Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).

Remote output RY (master station -> DL-CL1)


Operatin Device no. Communication
Name Description Writing range
g mode (HEX) method
Receives external input-1 by
Monitor mode 2
Full mode 1
Full mode 2

RY[n] + 00 External input-1 0: OFF


*1 assigning each sensor amplifier
to 07 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
RY[n] + 0F System reserved - Unusable -
Receives external input-2 by
RY[n] + 10 External input-2 0: OFF
*1 assigning each sensor amplifier
to 17 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
RY[n] + 1F System reserved - Unusable -
Receives external input-3 by
RY[n] + 20 External input-3 0: OFF
*1 assigning each sensor amplifier
to 27 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
RY[n] + 2F System reserved - Unusable -

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Operatin Device no. Communication


Name Description Writing range
g mode (HEX) method
Receives external input-4 by
Monitor mode 2
Full mode 1
Full mode 2

RY[n] + 30 External input-1 0: OFF


*1 assigning each sensor amplifier
to 37 ID 01 to ID 08 1: ON
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
RY[n] + 3F System reserved - Unusable -
RY[n] + 40 (Not used)
- - -
to 4E ID 01 to ID 08
RY[n] + 4F -
System reserved - Unusable
to 50
Used when communicating under
Request for handshake control program. 0->1: Request
RY[n] + 51 *3
command This is input when requesting execution
3 RY[n] + 52 System reserved -
command execution.
Unusable -
Used when locking data update of
Communicating with the IL Series

judgment value.
This may be used to obtain the
judgment values of multiple sensor 0: Do not lock
Request to lock
amplifiers at the same timing. update
RY[n] + 53 judgment value -
The judgment value is locked while 1: Request
update
the update request is held. update lock
The update lock state can be
checked by the judgment value
update lock state (RX[n] + 53).
RY[n] + 54
System reserved - Unusable -
to 5D
Used when reading judgment
Request to value (P.V. value).
change *2 This is input when requesting to 0->1: Request
judgment value change the judgment value page change
page (the ID number of the sensor
amplifier to read from).
System reserved - Unusable -
Used when changing BANK
number.
This is input when requesting to
Request to
RY[n] + 60 change the BANK number of each 0->1: Request
change BANK *3
to 67 sensor amplifier. change
ID 01 to ID 08
The request input is received by
assigning each sensor amplifier
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
Used when changing BANK
Clear BANK number.
RY[n] + 6F *3 0->1: Clear error
error This is input when clearing a
BANK change error.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
HIGH setting This is input when requesting to
RY[n] + 70 value (BANK 0) rewrite the HIGH setting value 0->1: Request to
*5
to 77 rewrite request (BANK 0) of each sensor amplifier. rewrite
ID 01 to ID 08 The request input is received by
assigning each sensor amplifier
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
Used when rewriting a setting
Clear HIGH
value.
setting value
RY[n] + 7F *5 This is input when clearing a HIGH 0->1: Clear error
(BANK 0)
setting-value (BANK 0) rewrite
rewrite error
error.

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Operatin Device no. Communication


Name Description Writing range
g mode (HEX) method
Used when rewriting a setting
Monitor mode 2
Full mode 1
Full mode 2
value.
LOW setting This is input when requesting to
RY[n] + 80 value (BANK 0) rewrite the LOW setting value 0->1: Request to
*5
to 87 rewrite request (BANK 0) of each sensor amplifier. rewrite
ID 01 to ID 08 The request input is received by
assigning each sensor amplifier
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
Used when rewriting a setting
Clear LOW
value.
setting value
RY[n] + 8F *5 This is input when clearing a LOW 0->1: Clear error
(BANK 0)
setting-value (BANK 0) rewrite
rewrite error
error.
Used when rewriting a setting
3
value.
This is input when requesting to

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Shift target
rewrite the shift target value
RY[n] + 90 value (BANK 0) 0->1: Request to
*5 (BANK 0) of each sensor amplifier.
to 97 rewrite request rewrite
Receives a shift target value
ID 01 to ID 08
rewrite request by assigning each
sensor amplifier (ID 01 to ID 08) to
each RY.
Used when rewriting a setting
Clear shift
value.
target value
RY[n] + 9F *5 This is input when clearing a shift 0->1: Clear error
(BANK 0)
target value (BANK 0) rewrite
rewrite error
error.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Analog output This is input when requesting to
upper limit rewrite the analog output upper
RY[n] + A0 0->1: Request to
value (BANK 0) *5 limit value (BANK 0) of each
to A7 rewrite
rewrite request sensor amplifier.
ID 01 to ID 08 The request input is received by
assigning each sensor amplifier
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
Clear analog Used when rewriting a setting
output upper value.
RY[n] + AF limit value *5 This is input when clearing an 0->1: Clear error
(BANK 0) analog output upper limit value
rewrite error (BANK 0) rewrite error.
Used when rewriting a setting
value.
Analog output This is input when requesting to
lower limit value rewrite the analog output lower
RY[n] + B0 0->1: Request to
(BANK 0) *5 limit value (BANK 0) of each
to B7 rewrite
rewrite request sensor amplifier.
ID 01 to ID 08 The request input is received by
assigning each sensor amplifier
(ID 01 to ID 08) to each RY.
Clear analog Used when rewriting a setting
output lower value.
RY[n] + BF limit value *5 This is input when clearing an 0->1: Clear error
(BANK 0) analog output lower limit value
rewrite error (BANK 0) rewrite error.

Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Entering an External Input into a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21).
*2 Refer to "Monitor mode 1" (page 3-22).
*3 Refer to "Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-24).
*4 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).
*5 Refer to "Rewriting a Setting Value of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).

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Remote register RWr (DL-CL1 -> master station)


Operating Device no. Communication
Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Stores an error code when error
Monitor mode 1
Full mode 1
Full mode 2

status (RX[n] + 0F) turns ON.


If there are multiple errors, the
error having the smallest number
RWr[n] + 00 Error code - *5
(two last digits in HEX) is stored. If
there are errors with multiple ID
numbers, the error information for
the smallest ID number is stored.
Used when communicating under
Command handshake control program.
3 RWr[n] + 01
response
*3
Stores details of command
execution result.
*6

Used when communicating under


RWr[n] + 02
handshake control program.
Communicating with the IL Series

to 03 Read data *3 *7
Stores the parameter data read
(2 words)
from the sensor amplifier.
Stores the external input-1
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-1 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 04 *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.
Stores the external input-2
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-2 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 05 *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.
Stores the external input-3
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-3 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 06 *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value).
This property is output by
assigning IDs (ID 01 to ID 08) to 0: Normal
Judgment value bits 0 - 07. judgment value
*2
property The output occurs when the 1: "over," "under,"
judgment value (P.V. value) read or "invalid (-----)"
from the sensor amplifier is
nonnumeric: "over," "under," or
"invalid."
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value).
The judgment value (P.V. value) of Page 0: ID 01
Judgment value
*2 the sensor amplifier of the ID Page 1: ID 04
box 1
number specified page number Page 2: ID 07
(RWw[n] + 08) is output.
Data type: INT32 (LITTLE)
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value).
The judgment value (P.V. value) of Page 0: ID 02
Judgment value
*2 the sensor amplifier of the ID Page 1: ID 05
box 2
number specified page number Page 2: ID 08
(RWw[n] + 08) is output.
Data type: INT32 (LITTLE)
Used when reading judgment
value (P.V. value).
The judgment value (P.V. value) of Page 0: ID 03
Judgment value
*2 the sensor amplifier of the ID Page 1: ID 06
box 3
number specified page number Page 2: Not used
(RWw[n] +08) is output.
Data type: INT32 (LITTLE)

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Operating Device no. Communication


Name Description Reading range
mode (HEX) method
Stores the external input-4
Monitor mode 1
Full mode 1
Full mode 2
response of the sensor amplifier.
External input-4 0: Input OFF
RWr[n] + 07 *1 The response is output by
response 1: Input ON
assigning sensor amplifiers (ID 01
to ID 08) to bits 0 - 07.
RWr[n] + 08 (Not used) - - -
If the judgment values for sensor
Judgment value amplifiers (ID 01 to ID 08) are 0: Normal value
RWr[n] + 09 *4
"invalid" invalid (-----), they are output by 1: Invalid
assigning them to bits 0 - 7.
If the judgment values for sensor
RWr[n] + 0A
Judgment value
"over"
*4
amplifiers (ID 01 to ID 08) are
"over," they are output by
assigning them to bits 0 - 7.
0: Normal value
1: Over 3
If the judgment values for sensor
Judgment value amplifiers (ID 01 to ID 08) are 0: Normal value

Communicating with the IL Series


RWr[n] + 0B *4
"under" "under,"they are output by 1: Under
assigning them to bits 0 - 7.
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] + 0C Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 0D ID 01 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 01).
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] +0E Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 0F ID 02 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 02).
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] +10 Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 11 ID 03 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 03).
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] +12 Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 13 ID 04 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 04).
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] + 14 Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 15 ID 05 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 05).
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] + 16 Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 17 ID 06 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 06).
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] + 18 Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 19 ID 07 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 07).
Used when reading judgment
RWr[n] + 1A Judgment value value (P.V. value).
*4 INT32 (LITTLE)
to 1B ID 08 Outputs the judgment value of the
sensor amplifier (ID 08).
RWr[n] + 1C
(Not used) - - -
to 29

Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Entering an External Input into a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21).
*2 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).
*3 Refer to "Monitor mode 2/full mode" (page 3-23).
*4 Refer to "Error information list" (page 3-10).
*5 Refer to "Command response list" (page 3-11).
*6 Refer to "Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).

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Remote register RWw (master station -> DL-CL1)


Operating Device no. Communication
Name Description Writing range
mode (HEX) method
Monitor mode 1
Full mode 1
Full mode 2

Upper byte:
Used when communicating under 00h - FFh
Data category/ handshake control program. Lower byte:
RWw[n] + 00 command Specifies the data category and 00: Read
number command number of the 01: Write
parameter to be communicated. 02: Motion
command
Used when communicating under

3 RWw[n] + 01 Data number *3


handshake control program.
Specifies the data number of the
parameter to be communicated.
0000h - FFFFh

Used when communicating under


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RWw[n] + 02 handshake control program.


to 03 Data to write *3 Specifies the data to be written in *4
(2 words) the parameter to be
communicated.
0: BANK 0
Used when changing BANK
Select BANK 1: BANK 1
RWw[n] + 04 *2 number.
number 2: BANK 3
Specifies a new BANK number.
3: BANK 3
RWw[n] + 05 System reserved - Unusable -
Used when reading judgment
0: Page 0
Select value (P.V. value).
1: Page 1
judgment value Specifies the page number
*1 2: Page 2
box page corresponding to the sensor
3: Page 3
number amplifier ID number to be stored in
4: Page 4
the judgment value box.
HIGH setting Stores the HIGH setting value
RWw[n] + 06
value (BANK 0) *4 (BANK 0) to be written in the INT32 (LITTLE)
to 07
rewrite data sensor amplifier.
LOW setting Stores the LOW setting value
RWw[n] + 08
value (BANK 0) *4 (BANK 0) to be written in the INT32 (LITTLE)
to 09
rewrite data sensor amplifier.
Shift target Stores the shift target value (BANK
RWw[n] + 0A
value (BANK 0) *4 0) to be written in the sensor INT32 (LITTLE)
to 0B
rewrite data amplifier.
Analog output
Stores the analog output upper
RWw[n] + 0C upper limit
*4 limit value (BANK 0) to be written INT32 (LITTLE)
to 0D value (BANK 0)
in the sensor amplifier.
rewrite data
Analog output
Stores the analog output lower
RWw[n] + 0E lower limit value
*4 limit value (BANK 0) to be written INT32 (LITTLE)
to 0F (BANK 0)
in the sensor amplifier.
rewrite data

Number [n] denotes the first relay number assigned to the DL-CL1.
*1 Refer to "Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-24).
*2 Refer to "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
Refer to "Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).
*3 Refer to "Rewriting a Setting Value of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
*4 Refer to "Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).

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This section describes how the CC-Link master station communicates with the DL-CL1.
"Reading an Output from a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21)
"Entering an External Input into a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-21)
"Reading Judgment Values (P.V. Values) from Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-22)
"Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers" (page 3-24)
"Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25)
"Rewriting a Setting Value of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26)
"Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26)

Reading an Output from a Sensor Amplifier


3

Communicating with the IL Series


Available outputs: HIGH, LOW, GO, and alarm output.
PLC 1
Output of sensor amplifier
0
RX00

Sensor amplifier ON
(1)
Output
OFF
HIGH output of ID 01

This example reads the HIGH output from the sensor amplifier of ID01.
(1) The output from the sensor amplifier is brought into the remote input device by cyclic transfer.

Entering an External Input into a Sensor Amplifier

Available external inputs: External inputs 1 - 4


PLC 1 (1)
External input request 0
RY10
1 (2)
External input response 0
RWr05 BIT0

Sensor amplifier
ON
External input
OFF
External input 2

This example illustrates how to enter a External input 2 into the sensor amplifier of ID01.
(1) The value of the remote output device which is assigned an external input request is linked by cyclic
transfer, so that the external input of the sensor amplifier is turned on or off.
(2) The input status of the sensor amplifier can be checked with the external input response (except for
small-memory mode 1).

Point If either the external input via communication or the input signal line of
the sensor amplifier is ON, the amplifier unit recognizes that the
external input is ON and thus executes input operation (ORing).
Example: Suppose that the external input n is set to "laser emission
stop input." The laser emission stop input is executed if the external
input via communication or the input signal line of the sensor
amplifier is ON.
In cases of using the BANK change function, set the "BANK change
method" parameter of the amplifier unit to "external input change."

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Reading Judgment Values (P.V. Values) from Sensor Amplifiers

Judgment values (P.V. values) can be read in the monitor modes and full modes. They
cannot be read in small-memory modes.

Monitor mode 1
When reading judgment values (P.V. values) in monitor mode 1, specify the ID
numbers (in terms of judgment value page numbers) of the sensor amplifiers to be
read to judgment value boxes 1 to 3. For details of the judgment value box numbers
3 and judgment value page numbers used for specifying ID numbers, see "Device
Maps" (page 3-4).
When reading judgment values in monitor mode 2 or full mode, see "Monitor
Communicating with the IL Series

mode 2/full mode" (page 3-23).


PLC
Select comparator value box page number 0 (Comparator value page 0) 2 (Comparator value page 2)
RWw08
(1) (6)
1
Request to change comparator value page 0
RY5E
1 (2)
Comparator value page change complete 0
RX5E
(3)
1
Comparator value page change error
0
RX5F
(4)
1
Comparator value property
0
Each bit of RWr07
(5)
Comparator value box 1 1234 8901 5678
RWr08

Comparator value box 2 2345 9012 6789


RWr0A

Comparator value box 3 3456 7890


RWr0C

Sensor amplifier (7)


Comparator value of ID 01 1234 8901
(7)
Comparator value of ID 02 2345 9012

Comparator value of ID 03 3456

Comparator value of ID 04 5678

This example illustrates how to read the judgment values (P.V. values) from the sensor amplifiers of ID
01/02/03 and ID 04.
(1) Specify the page numbers in "select judgment value box page number" and execute "request to
change judgment value page".
(2) After the judgment values of the specified judgment value pages are read, the "judgment value page
change complete" signal flips from 0 to 1.
(3) The "judgment value page change error" signal flips from 0 to 1 if an error occurs during the
judgment value change process. Check the values specified in the "select judgment value box page
number" parameter.
(4) The property of each judgment value is entered. Check that each judgment value is normal value,
"over," "under," or "invalid."

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(5) The judgment values of the sensor amplifiers of the specified ID numbers are entered into judgment
value boxes 1 to 3.
If the judgment value is correct, the parameter range is
from - 99.999 to 99.999 (IL-S025/IL-030/IL-S065/IL-065/IL-S100/IL-100).
from - 999.99 to 999.99 (IL-300/600).
from - 9999.9 to 9999.9 (IL-2000).
If the current value is over range, under range, or invalid, the previous value is retained without
updating the current value. Use the value with the judgment value property.
(6) When the "request to change judgment value page" command is set to 0, the "judgment value page
change complete" parameter flips to 0. If a judgment value page change error occurred, it is cleared (0).
(7) Once the judgment values of the sensor amplifiers are updated, the judgment value boxes are
updated by cyclic transfer.

Monitor mode 2/full mode 3


When reading judgment values (P.V. values) in monitor mode 2 or full mode, read the
remote registers assigned to the ID numbers of the sensor amplifiers. For details of

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remote registers, see "Device Maps" (page 3-4).
When reading judgment values (P.V. values) in monitor mode 1, see "Monitor
mode 1" (page 3-22).

1 (2)
PLC Point
Comparator judgment "invalid" 0
Each bit of RWr09
1 (3)
Comparator value "over" 0
Each bit of RWr0A
1 (4)
Comparator value "under" 0
Each bit of RWr0B

Comparator value of ID 01 1234 4567 6789


RWr0C

Comparator value of ID 02 2345 5678 7890


RWr0E

Comparator value of ID 03 3456 8901


RWr010

Sensor amplifier (1)


Comparator value of ID 01 1234 4567 6789

Comparator value of ID 02 2345 5678 7890

Comparator value of ID 03 3456 8901

This example illustrates how to read the judgment values from the sensor amplifiers of ID 01, 02, and 03.
(1) When the judgment value of a sensor amplifier is updated, the new judgment value is entered into
remote register RWr.
If the judgment value is correct, the parameter range is
from - 99.999 to 99.999 (IL-S025/IL-030/IL-S065/IL-065/IL-S100/IL-100).
from - 999.99 to 999.99 (IL-300/600).
from - 9999.9 to 9999.9 (IL-2000).
If the current value is over range, under range, or invalid, the previous value is retained without
updating the current value. Use the value with the judgment value property.
(2) If the judgment value of a sensor amplifier is "invalid," the bit corresponding to the ID number of that
sensor amplifier flips to 1.
(3) If the judgment value of a sensor amplifier is "over," the bit corresponding to the ID number of that
sensor amplifier flips to 1.
(4) If the judgment value of a sensor amplifier is "under," the bit corresponding to the ID number of that
sensor amplifier flips to 1.

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3-3 Communication Methods

Changing the BANK Number of Sensor Amplifiers

PLC
Select BANK number 1 (BANK 1) 3 (BANK 3)
RWw04
(1) (3)
Request to change BANK of ID 01 1
0
RY60
1
Request to change BANK of ID 02 0
RY61
1 (2)
Completed in changing BANK of ID 01 0

3
RX60
1
Completed in changing BANK of ID 02 0
RX61
(4)
1
BANK change error 0
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RX6F
(5)
1
Clear BANK change error 0
RY6F

Sensor amplifier
BANK number of ID 01 1 (BANK 1)

BANK number of ID 02 1 (BANK 1) 3 (BANK 3)

This example changes the BANK number associated with ID01 and ID02.
(1) Specify a new BANK number in "select BANK number" and execute "request to change BANK" (0 ->
1). In this example, the BANK is changed for both ID01 and ID02 simultaneously.
(2) The "BANK change complete" signal flips from 0 to 1 when the change to the specified BANK
number is completed.
(3) When the "request to change BANK" command is set to 0, the "BANK change complete" parameter
flips to 0.
(4) If an error occurs while changing the BANK for a sensor amplifier of any ID number, the "BANK
change error" signal flips from 0 to 1 (the output is the logical disjunction (OR) for IDs 01 to 04).
Check the value specified in the "select BANK number" parameter.
(5) To clear the BANK change error, set the "clear BANK change error" parameter to 1.

Point Set the BANK change method to "button."

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Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier

Available motion commands: See "Motion command parameters" (page 3-31).


Commands can be used to reset preset values, clear errors, or for other purposes.
To issue a motion command to a sensor amplifier, create a program that controls
commands by handshaking between a remote input/output and remote register.
PLC (2)
Data category/command number 0002h (Motion command)
RWw00

Data number
RWw01
(1)
(3)
0101h
3
1
Sensor ready 0
RX50

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(4) (8)
1
Command request 0
RY51
1 (5)
Command finish 0
RX51
(6)
1
Command error 0
RX52
(7)
Command response 0000h (Successfully completed)
RWr01

Sensor amplifier
Action of motion command
Motion command executed

This example executes zero shift on ID 01.


(1) To see that the sensor amplifier is ready to send/receive commands, check that the "sensor ready"
parameter is set to 1.
(2) Write the data category and command number in the remote register.

0 0 0 2 h
Data category Command number (Motion command=02h)
Data category: For motion command, write 00h in the high byte.
Data number: For motion command, write 02h in the low byte.
(3) Write the data number in the remote register.

h
ID number of target sensor amplifier Data number
ID number: In the high byte, write the ID number of the sensor amplifier to which to issue the motion
command.
Data number: In the low byte, write the data number of the intended motion command, referring
to "Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).
(4) Execute the motion command by activating the "request for command" (0 -> 1).
(5) After the command execution on the sensor amplifier completes, the "command completed" signal
flips from 0 to 1.
(6) If an error occurs during command execution, the "command error" signal flips from 0 to 1. For
details of the error, check the values entered in the "command response".
(7) Details of the command execution result are stored. For details of the result, see "Command
response list" (page 3-11).
(8) When the "request for command" is set to 0, the "command completed" and "command error"
parameters flip to 0.

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3-3 Communication Methods

Rewriting a Setting Value of a Sensor Amplifier

Available setting values: HIGH setting value (BANK 0, BANK 1), LOW setting value
(BANK 0, BANK 1), and zero shift setting value (BANK 0)

Point The setting value to be rewritten is the values listed above. In case of
rewriting the setting value of a BANK number other than the values
listed above, see "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor
3 Amplifier" (page 3-26).
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Reference
When rewriting any settings other than listed above, use the procedure
described in "Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier"
(page 3-26).
(1)
PLC Setting-value rewrite data 1234h
RWw06
1 (2) (4)
Request to rewrite setting value 0
RY70
1 (3)
Setting-value rewrite complete 0
RX70
1
(5)
Setting-value rewrite error 0
RX7F
(6)
1
Clear setting-value rewrite error 0
RY7F

Sensor amplifier
Setting-value1234h

This example rewrites the HIGH setting value of ID01.


(1) Write the new setting value in the "setting-value rewrite data. For details of writable ranges, see
"Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).
(2) Execute the "request to rewrite setting value" command (0 -> 1).
(3) After the setting value is rewritten, the "setting value rewrite complete" signal flips from 0 to 1.
(4) When the "request to rewrite setting value" command is set to 0, the "setting value rewrite complete"
parameter flips to 0.
(5) If an error occurs while rewriting the setting value on a sensor amplifier of any ID number, the
"setting-value rewrite error" signal flips from 0 to 1 (the output is the logical disjunction (OR) for IDs
01 to 15). Check the value entered in the "setting-value rewrite data."
(6) To clear the setting-value rewrite error, set the "clear setting-value rewrite error" parameter to 1.

Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier

Available settings and status: See "Common Command Parameter List" (page
3-29) and "Setting/status command parameters" (page 3-33).
To read/write the settings or status of a sensor amplifier, create a program that
controls commands by handshaking between a remote input/output and remote
register.

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Reading settings or status

PLC (2)
Data category/command number 0000h (Read command)
RWw00
(3)
Data number 0141h
RWw01
1
(1)
Sensor ready 0
RX50
1
(4) (9)
Command request 0
RY51
1 (5)
Command finish
RX51

Command error
0

1
(6) 3
0
RX52
(7)

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Data to read 1234h (Data that has been read)
RWr02
(8)
Command response 0000h (Successfully completed)
RWr01

Sensor amplifier
Parameter 1234h

(1) To see that the sensor amplifier is ready to send/receive commands, check that the "sensor ready"
parameter is set to 1.
(2) Write the data category and command number in the remote register.

0 0 h
Data category Command number (Read command=00h)

Data category: In the high byte, write the data category of the parameter to write, referring to
"Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).
Command number: For reading, write 00h in the low byte.
(3) Write the data number in the remote register.

For data category h


01/03/05 Data number of parameter to read

For data category n n h


00/10 Data number of parameter to read
ID number of target sensor amplifier

Data number: Write the data number of the parameter to be read, referring to "Command
Parameter List" (page 3-29)
ID number: For data category 00/10, write the ID number of the sensor amplifier, from which to read
the parameter, in the high byte.
(4) Execute the command by activating the "request for command."
(5) After the command execution completes, the "command completed" signal flips from 0 to 1.
(6) If an error occurs during command execution, the "command error" signal flips from 0 to 1. For
details of the error, check the values entered in the "command response."
(7) The read data is stored. Read the data if the command has completed successfully.
(8) Details of the command execution result are stored. For details of the result, see "Command
response list" (page 3-11).
(9) When the "request for command" is set to 0, the "command completed" parameter flips to 0. Also,
the "command error" parameter flips to 0 if an error has occurred.

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Writing settings or status

PLC (2)
Data category/command number 0001h (Write command)
RWw00
(3)
Data number 0141h
RWw01
(4)
Data to write 1234h
RWw02
1
(1)
Sensor ready 0
RX50
(5) (9)
1

3 Command request
RY51

Command finish
0

1
0
(6)
RX51
(7)
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1
Command error 0
RX52
(8)
Command response 0000h (Successfully completed)
RWr01

Sensor amplifier
Parameter 1234h

(1) To see that the sensor amplifier is ready to send/receive commands, check that the "sensor ready"
parameter is set to 1.
(2) Write the data category and command number in the remote register.

0 1 h
Data category Command number (Write command=01h)

Data category: In the high byte, write the data category of the parameter to write, referring to
"Command Parameter List" (page 3-29).
Data number: For writing, write 01h in the low byte.
(3) Write the data number in the remote register.

For data category h


01/03/05 Data number of parameter to write

For data category n n h


00/10 Data number of parameter to write
ID number of target sensor amplifier

Data number: Write the data number of the parameter to be written, by referring to "Command
Parameter List" (page 3-29).
ID number: For data category 00/10, write the ID number of the sensor amplifier, to which the param-
eter is written, in the high byte.
(4) In the remote register, write the data to be written. For details of writable ranges, see "Command
Parameter List" (page 3-29).
(5) Execute the command by activating the "request for command" (0 -> 1).
(6) After the command execution completes, the "command completed" signal flips from 0 to 1.
(7) If an error occurs during command execution, the "command error" signal flips from 0 to 1. For
details of the error, check the values entered in the "command response".
(8) Details of the command execution result are stored. For details of the result, see "Command
response list" (page 3-11).
(9) When the "request for command" is set to 0, the "command completed" and "command error"
parameters flip to 0.

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3-4 Command Parameter List

The following tables list the command parameters used to read/write the settings and
status of sensor amplifiers, or to issue motion commands, by creating a handshake
control program.
For details about how the master station communicates using command parameters,
see:
"Issuing a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25)
"Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26)

Common Command Parameter List


3
The table below describes parameters which are common to the DL-CL1.
For the communication methods using these common command parameters, see

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"Reading/Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
Attribute R: Read; W: Write
Data Data
Data Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter range
type value
(HEX) (HEX)
**00 to
00 Refer to "Command Parameter List for IL Series" (page 3-31).
**FF
Activates key lock on all
0: Unlock
01 0000 All unit key lock sensor amplifiers W UINT 0
1: Key lock
connected.
Possible errors, and their
contents, of sensor
amplifiers
Same content as remote
register (RWr[n] + 0). Refer to "Error
0000 Error information UINT 0 information list"
If there are errors with
multiple ID numbers, the (page 3-10).
error information for the
smallest error code is
reported.
Warning
0001 Not used with the IL Series. - - -
information
03 R
Errors are read by
assigning sensor amplifiers
(ID 01 to ID 08) to bits 0 -
7.*1
For each bit
If there are errors with
0002 Error ID number WORD 0 0: No error
multiple ID numbers, all of
1: Error
the associated bits are set
to 1.
The error with DL-CL1 is
assigned to bit 15.
Warning ID
0003 Not used with the IL Series. - - -
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Data Data
Data Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter range
type value
(HEX) (HEX)
Output state of ID 01.
Each output is assigned to
0101 Output ID 01 the corresponding bit.*2
Same content as remote
input RX. For each bit
... ... WORD 0 0: Output OFF
Output state of ID 08. 1: Output ON
Each output is assigned to
0108 Output ID 08 the corresponding bit.*2
Same content as remote
input RX.

3 Current value ID
Reads the current value of
ID 01.
0201 Same content as the
01
03 current value in remote R
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register RWr.
... ... INT32 0
Reads the current value of
ID 08.
Current value ID
0208 Same content as the
08
current value in remote
register RWr.
Decimal point
Reads the decimal point
0301 information for 0: No decimal point
position of ID 01.
current value ID 01 1: One decimal
... ... UINT 2: Two decimals
Decimal point 3: Three decimals
Reads the decimal point 4: Four decimals
0308 information for
position of ID 08.
current value ID 08
Reads the number of
Number of
0000 connected sensor R UINT 0 1 to 08
connectable units
amplifiers.
Product code of
0101
ID 01 Reads the product codes of 4022: Main unit
05 ... ... sensor amplifiers of 0 4023: Expansion
Product code of respective ID numbers. unit
0108 R UINT
ID 08
0201 Head code ID 01
... ... Not used with the IL series. 0 -
0208 Head code ID 08
Commands in this data category are the same as those in data category 00. When such a
command is used to read a parameter with decimal point information from a sensor amplifier, the
command can retrieve the decimal point position information.
**00 The differences from data category 00 are as follows:
10
to**FF The data category specified in the command is changed from 00h o 10h. The others of the
command format are the same as in data category 00.
The decimal point position information is retrieved as a command response. For details of
communication responses, see "Command response list" (page 3-11).

*1 Bit assignment for ID numbers


DL ID15 ID14 ID02 ID01

bit 15 bit 14 bit 13 bit 1 bit 0

*2 Bit assignment for outputs


Unusable (Not used) Alarm output GO LOW HIGH

bit 15 bit 4 bit 3 bit 2 bit 1 bit 0

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Command Parameter List for IL Series

Motion command parameters


For the communication methods using motion command parameters, see "Issuing
a Motion Command to a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-25).
Before executing a motion command, verify that the sensor amplifiers are ready
(enabled status) to execute motion commands. Refer to the IL Series User's Manual
for details on how to verify the sensor amplifier status. Moreover, after executing a
motion command, verify that the motion command has been successfully completed.
Attribute R: Read; C: Motion command
nn: ID number of sensor amplifier. Example: For nn05h and ID13, then 0D05h.
3
Data Data

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Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
nn00 Group-0 entry count R 25 The default value is 25.
Executes zero shift. Turning off the
power to the sensor amplifier after
executing zero shift restores the state
Zero shift execution that existed before the zero shift
nn01 C 1
request function was used. If to retain the
shifted state after turning off the
power, turn on the zero shift value
memory function.
Zero shift reset execution
nn02 C 1 Resets the zero shift value.
request
nn03 Reset request C 1 Executes resetting.
nn04 Reserved C 1
Initializes all settings, except for
sensor amplifier calibration, reference
light intensity registration, and system
parameters. Once an initial reset
request is executed, all parameters
nn05 Initial reset request C 1 are stored into the nonvolatile
memory (EEPROM) in approximately
three seconds. After finished, the
00 setting/status command parameter
"EEPROM writing result" flips to
"successfully completed (1)".
Changes the system parameters (the
settings of "judgment output/alarm
output" polarity and analog output) to
the settings contained in the setting/
status command parameter "system
parameter."
System parameter set
nn06 C 1 When executing a system parameter
request
set, ensure that the settings are
changed correctly to suit the
connected equipment and wiring. A
wrong change may damage the
sensor amplifier or the connected
equipment.
nn07 to
Reserved
nn0D
nn0E Tolerance tuning request C 1 Executes tolerance tuning.
Two-point tuning
Executes 2-point tuning.
HIGH side 1st point
nn0F C 1 For the operating procedure, refer to
confirmation operation
the IL Series User's Manual.
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Data Data
Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
Two-point tuning
HIGH side 2nd point
nn10 confirmation operation C 1
request
(Determine HIGH setting value.)
Two-point tuning
Executes 2-point tuning.
LOW side 1st point
nn11 C 1 For the operating procedure, refer to
confirmation operation
the IL Series User's Manual.
request
Two-point tuning

3 nn12
LOW side 2nd point
confirmation operation
request
C 1

(Determine LOW setting value.)


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Calibration Executes calibration. Set the R.V.


nn13 SET1 Confirmation C 1 value you wish to display with the IL
operation request Series attributes "Calibration function
Calibration STEP1" and "Calibration function
SET2 Confirmation STEP2".
nn14 C 1 For the operating procedure, refer to
operation request
(Perform calibration.) the IL Series User's Manual.
Calculated value two-point
calibration Executes operand 2-point calibration.
nn15 C 1
SET1 Confirmation operation (Main unit only)
request Set the R.V. value you wish to display
Calculated value two-point with the IL Series attributes
calibration "Calculated value 2-point calibration
SET2 Confirmation operation function STEP1" and "Calculated
nn16 C 1 value 2-point calibration function
request
(Perform calculated value two- STEP2".
00 point calibration.)
Calculated value three-
point calibration
nn17 C 1
SET1 Confirmation Executes calculated value 3-point
operation request calibration. (Main unit only)
Calculated value three- Set the R.V. value you wish to display
point calibration with the IL Series attributes
nn18 C 1
SET2 Confirmation "Calculated value 3-point calibration
operation request function STEP1" and "Calculated
Calculated three-point value 3-point calibration function
calibration STEP3".
SET3 Confirmation For the operating procedure, refer to
nn19 C 1 the IL Series User's Manual.
operation request
(Perform calculated three-
point calibration.)
Executes 1-point tuning for the diff.
One-point tuning request count filter.
nn1A C 1
for diff. count filter For the operating procedure, refer to
the IL Series User's Manual.
Two-point tuning Executes 2-point tuning for the diff.
1st point confirmation count filter.
nn1B C 1
operation request for diff. For the operating procedure, refer to
count filter the IL Series User's Manual.
Two-point tuning
2nd point confirmation
operation request for diff.
nn1C C 1
count filter
(Determine HIGH and
LOW setting value.)
nn1D to
Reserved 1
nn1F

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Setting/status command parameters


For the communication methods using setting/status parameters, see "Reading/
Writing Settings or Status of a Sensor Amplifier" (page 3-26).
To reduce the number of writes to the EEPROM, a write command is executed two
seconds after it is received. If another command is received within 2 seconds, the DL-
CL1 waits for another 2 seconds before executing the two commands in batch.
After the writing completes successfully, the "EEPROM writing result" parameter
becomes "successfully completed (1)." For example, if commands are received
continually every second, they do not get executed because the DL-CL1 remains
"currently writing (0)." 2 seconds after the last command is received, the commands
received until then get executed in batch. 3
If data with a decimal point is used for a parameter range, ignore the decimal point
and read or write the data as an integer. For example, to write a HIGH setting value

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(BANK 0) of "+1.235", write "+1235."
Attribute R: Read; W: Write; R/W: Read/Write
nn: ID number of sensor amplifier. Example: For nn41h and ID13, then 0D41h.
The data type is DINT (32-bit singed integer).
Data Data
Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
nn20 Group-1 entry count R 29
0: Overcurrent error
1: EEPROM error
2: Sensor head error
3: 0 fixed
4: 0 fixed
5: 0 fixed
6: 0 fixed
7: Spot light laser error
nn21 Sensor amplifier error *1 R 8: Incompatible model error
00
9: 0 fixed
10: 0 fixed
11: Amplifier communication
error
12: Number-of-units error
13: Calculation error
14: 0 fixed
15: 0 fixed
nn22 to
Reserved
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Data Data
Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
0: HIGH judgment output 0:
OFF, 1: ON
1: LOW judgment output 0:
Judgment output/Alarm *2
nn24 R OFF, 1: ON
output *19
2: GO judgment output 0: OFF,
1: ON
3: Alarm output 0: OFF, 1: ON
*3
nn25 Judgment value (P.V. value) R -99.999 to +99.999
*4
Internal measurement value
nn26 *4 R -99.999 to +99.999
3 nn27
(R.V. value)
Peak-hold value during hold
period
*4
*5
R -99.999 to +99.999

Bottom-hold value during *4


nn28 R -99.999 to +99.999
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hold period *6
Calculation value *3
nn29 R -99.999 to +99.999
(CALC value) *4
Analog voltage output: -5.000 to
+5.000
nn2A Analog output value *7 R
Analog current output: +04.00
to +20.00
0: Bank 0
1: Bank 1
nn2B Bank status R
2: Bank 2
3: Bank 3
0: During sampling
nn2C Timing status R
1: Not during sampling
00 nn2D to
Reserved
nn31
0: Laser emitting
nn32 Laser emission stop status R
1: Laser stopped
0: Normal setting
nn33 Abnormal setting *8 R
1: Abnormal setting
nn34 External input status *20 R 0 to 15
0: Writing
nn35 EEPROM write result *9 R 1 1: Normal termination
2: Abnormal termination
0: Executing
Zero shift/zero shift reset
nn36 *10 R 1 1: Normal termination
request result
2: Abnormal termination
0: Executing
nn37 Reset request result *10 R 1 1: Normal termination
2: Abnormal termination
Main unit: 0 - 9
nn38 Current system parameters *11 R 0
Expansion unit: 0 - 1
nn39 to
Reserved
nn3B
0: Executing
Tolerance tuning/2-point
nn3C *12 R 1 1: Normal termination
tuning result
2: Abnormal termination
0: Executing
nn3D Calibration result R 1 1: Normal termination
2: Abnormal termination
nn3E to
Reserved
nn3F

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Data Data
Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
nn40 Group-2 entry count *4 R 20
nn41 HIGH setting value (BANK 0) *4 R/W 5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn42 LOW setting value (BANK 0) *4 R/W -5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn43 Shift target value (BANK 0) *4 R/W 0.000 -99.999 to +99.999
Analog output upper limit *4
nn44 R/W 10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value (BANK 0) *16
Analog output lower limit *4
nn45 R/W -10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value (BANK 0) *16
nn46 HIGH setting value (BANK 1) *4 R/W 5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn47
nn48
LOW setting value (BANK 1)
Shift target value (BANK 1)
*4
*4
R/W
R/W
-5.000
0.000
-99.999 to +99.999
-99.999 to +99.999
3
Analog output upper limit
nn49 *16 R/W 10.000 -99.999 to +99.999

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value (BANK 1)
Analog output lower limit
nn4A *16 R/W -10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value (BANK 1)
nn4B HIGH setting value (BANK 2) *4 R/W 5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn4C LOW setting value (BANK 2) *4 R/W -5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn4D Shift target value (BANK 2) *4 R/W 0.000 -99.999 to +99.999
Analog output upper limit *4
nn4E R/W 10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value (BANK 2) *16
Analog output lower limit *4
nn4F R/W -10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value (BANK 2) *16
nn50 HIGH setting value (BANK 3) *4 R/W 5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn51 LOW setting value (BANK 3) *4 R/W -5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn52 Shift target value (BANK 3) *4 R/W 0.000 -99.999 to +99.999
Analog output upper limit *4
nn53 R/W 10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
00 value (BANK 3) *16
Analog output lower limit *4
nn54 R/W -10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value (BANK3) *16
nn55 to
Reserved
nn5F
nn60 Group-3 entry count R 18
0: Unlock
nn61 Key lock function R/W 0
1: Key lock
0: Switched to Bank 0
1: Switched to Bank 1
nn62 Bank function *13 R/W 0
2: Switched to Bank 2
3: Switched to Bank 3
0: Timing input OFF
nn63 Timing input *14 R/W 0
1: Timing input ON
0: Emission stop input OFF
nn64 Laser emission stop input *14 R/W 0
1: Emission stop input ON
nn65 to
Reserved
nn67
0: R.V. value screen
1: Analog output value screen
2: HIGH setting value screen
nn68 Sub display's screen R/W 0
3: LOW setting value screen
4: Shift target setting screen
5: Calculation display screen
Main unit: 0 - 9
nn69 System parameter settings *11 R/W 0
Expansion unit: 0 - 1
Tolerance tuning - tolerance
nn6A *15 R/W 0.200 0.00 to 99.999
setting range
0: Initial state
nn6B Calibration function R/W 0
1: User setting

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Data Data
Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
nn6C Calibration function SET 1 *4 R/W 0.000 -99.999 to +99.999
nn6D Calibration function SET 2 *4 R/W 5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
0: Initial state
Calculated value calibration
nn6E R/W 0 1: Operator 2-point calibration
function
2: Operator 3-point calibration
Calculated value two-point
nn6F *4 R/W 5.000 -99.999 to +99.999
calibration function SET1
Calculated value two-point
nn70 *4 R/W 10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
calibration function SET2

3 nn71
Calculated value three-point
calibration function SET1
Calculated value three-point
*4 R/W 5.000 -99.999 to +99.999

nn72 *4 R/W 10.000 -99.999 to +99.999


calibration function SET3
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nn73 to
Reserved
nn7F
nn80 Group-4 entry count R 31
0: OFF
nn81 Calculation function R/W 0 1: Addition
2: Subtraction
nn82 Reserved
0: nor
nn83 Measurement direction R/W 0
1: rEv
0: dEFLt
1: 0.33 ms
nn84 Sampling cycle R/W 0 2: 1 ms
3: 2 ms
4: 5 ms
0: 1 time
1: 2 times
00
2: 4 times
3: 8 times
4: 16 times
5: 32 times
6: 64 times
Averaging/Diff. count filter/
nn85 R/W 4 7: 128 times
High-pass filter
8: 256 times
9: 512 times
10: 1024 times
11: 2048 times
12: 4096 times
13: Diff. count filter
14: High-pass filter
0: N.O. (normally open)
nn86 Output mode R/W 0
1: N.C. (normally closed)
nn87 Reserved
0: Sample hold
1: Peak hold
2: Bottom hold
nn88 Hold function setting R/W 0
3: Peak-to-Peak hold
4: Auto peak hold
5: Auto bottom hold
Auto peak hold or auto
nn89 *4 R/W 1.000 -99.999 to +99.999
bottom hold trigger level
0: Level
nn8A Timing input setting R/W 0
1: Edge
0: OFF
1: On delay
nn8B Delay timer R/W 0
2: Off delay
3: One shot
nn8C Timer duration R/W 60 5 to 9999

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Data Data
Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
nn8D Hysteresis R/W 0.000 0.000 to 99.999
0: Default
*16
nn8E Analog output scaling R/W 0 1: Free range
*18
2: Bank
*4
Analog output - upper limit
nn8F *16 R/W 10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value
*18
*4
Analog output - lower limit
nn90 *16 R/W -10.000 -99.999 to +99.999
value
*18

nn91 External input *17 R/W 0


0: Initial state
1: User setting
3
0: Zero shift input
1: Bank A input

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nn92 External input 1 *17 R/W 0 2: Bank B input
3: Laser emission stop input
4: Not use
0: Reset input
1: Bank A input
nn93 External input 2 *17 R/W 0 2: Bank B input
3: Laser emission stop input
4: Not use
0: Timing input
1: Bank A input
nn94 External input 3 *17 R/W 0 2: Bank B input
3: Laser emission stop input
4: Not use
00 0: Not use
1: Bank A input
nn95 External input 4 *17 R/W 4
2: Bank B input
3: Laser emission stop input
0: Button
nn96 Bank switching method R/W 0
1: External input
nn97 Reserved
Zero shift value memory 0: OFF
nn98 R/W 0
function 1: ON
Mutual interference 0: Interference prevention OFF
nn99 R/W 0
prevention function 1: Interference prevention ON
0: Initial state
2: 0.001
nn9A Display digit R/W 0 3: 0.01
4: 0.1
5: 1
0: OFF
nn9B Power save function R/W 0 1: Half
2: All
0: Initial state
nn9C Head display mode 1: OKNG display
2: OFF
0: Go Green
nn9D Display color R/W 0 1: Go Red
2: Always red
Timer duration of diff. count
nn9E R/W 10 2 to 9999
filter

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3-4 Command Parameter List

Data Data
Default
category number Name Description Attribute Parameter description
value
(Hex) (Hex)
0: 0.1 Hz
1: 0.2 Hz
2: 0.5 Hz
3: 1 Hz
Cutoff frequency of high-pass 4: 2 Hz
nn9F R/W 3
filter 5: 5 Hz
6: 10 Hz
7: 20 Hz
8: 50 Hz
9: 100 Hz
nnA0 Group-5 entry count R 2
3 nnA1 Alarm setting R/W 0
0: Initial state
1: Clamp
2: User setting
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nnA2 Alarm count R/W 7 2 to 1000


nnA3 to
Reserved
nnBF
nnC0 Group6 Entry count R 11
Main unit: 4022
nnC1 Product code R
Expansion unit: 4023
nnC2 Reserved
00 0: Not connected
1: IL-030
2: IL-065
3: IL-100
4: IL-300
nnC3 Connected sensor head R 0
5: IL-600
106: IL-S025
107: IL-S065
208: IL-S100
311: IL-2000
nnC4 to
Reserved
nnC7
Main unit: "IL-1"
nnC8 Product name 1 *21 R
Expansion unit: "IL-1"
Main unit: "000/"
nnC9 Product name 2 *21 R
Expansion unit: "050/"
Main unit: "1500"
nnCA Product name 3 *21 R
Expansion unit: "1550"
Main unit: ""
nnCB Product name 4 *21 R
Expansion unit: ""
nnCC to
Reserved
nnFF

*1 The error content of the sensor amplifier can be checked by noting the ON/OFF
state of each bit.
OFF (0): No error; ON (1): Error
More than one error may occur simultaneously. For details of each error, refer to
the IL Series User's Manual.
*2 Details of output status can be checked by noting the ON/OFF state of each bit.

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*3 Use this parameter in combination with the judgment value property or with the
judgment value "invalid," "over," or "under."
If the judgment value is correct, the parameter range is
from - 99.997 to 99.998 (IL-S025/IL-030/IL-S065/IL-065/IL-S100/IL-100).
from - 999.97 to 999.98 (IL-300/600).
from - 9999.7 to 9999.8 (IL-2000).
For IL-S025/IL-030/IL-S065/IL-065/IL-S100/IL-100
When the current value is over range, "99.999" is stored.
When the current value is under range, "- 99.999" is stored.
When the current value is invalid, "- 99.998" is stored.
When an error occurs, "100.000" is stored. 3
For IL-300/600
When the current value is over range, "999.999" is stored.

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When the current value is under range, "- 999.99" is stored.
When the current value is invalid, "- 999.98" is stored.
When an error occurs, "1000.00" is stored.
For IL-2000
When the current value is over range, "9999.9" is stored.
When the current value is under range, "- 9999.9" is stored.
When the current value is invalid, "- 9999.8" is stored.
When an error occurs, "10000.0" is stored.
*4 When using the IL-300/IL-600, -999.99 to +999.99, and when using the IL-2000,
-9999.9 to +9999.9.
*5 When in sample hold:
Value "-99.998" is output.
When not in sample hold:
The peak value encountered during the sampling period is output
*6 When in sample hold:
Value "-99.998" is output.
When not in sample hold:
The bottom value encountered during the sampling period is output
*7 If the sensor amplifier is in error, the analog voltage output is +5.500 and the
analog current output is +03.00. For overcurrent errors and EEPROM errors,
becomes the voltage value (current value) based on the measurement value.
*8 If a prohibited combination of functions is written, it results in "abnormal setting
(1)" For details of each function, refer to the IL Series User's Manual.

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3-4 Command Parameter List

*9 The result of the "initial reset request" motion command is included in this item.
Regarding Data No. nn35 (EEPROM writing result), a "0: writing in progress"
status is maintained for 2 seconds after completion of the final write command
transmission to the nonvolatile memory (EEPROM). Writing begins 2 seconds
later, and if completed normally, the result is "1: successfully completed".
[Example] After every-second write command transmissions, a "0: writing in
progress" status is established for 2 seconds. A "0: writing in
progress" status is maintained for 2 seconds after completion of the
final write command transmission, and writing then begins 2 seconds
later, with a result of "1: successfully completed".
3 However, writing begins immediately following a initial reset executed in
response to a Data No. nn05 "initial reset request". A "1: successfully com-
pleted" result then occurs if all parameters have been saved to the nonvolatile
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memory (EEPROM) approximately 3 seconds later.


- When "zero shift status save" is ON, writing begins immediately for Data No.
nn01 "zero shift execution request" and Data No. nn02 "zero shift reset execu-
tion request".
*10 The command reads the execution result of the "zero shift execution request" or
"zero shift reset execution request" whichever was last issued.
*11 By reading the "system parameter current state," the system parameters of the
sensor amplifier can be checked. The system parameters are comprised of the
settings of "judgment output/alarm output" polarity and analog output.
The "system parameter" attribute specifies the system parameters which are set
when the "system parameter set request" is executed by a motion command.
The values to be read or written are specified by translating them to binaries and
using ON or OFF in each bit of the binaries.
Bit Setting details

0 0: NPN output
1: PNP output
000: Analog output OFF
001: 0 to 5 V
3, 2, 1 010: -5 to +5 V
011: 1 to 5 V
100: 4 to 20 mA

Reference
Assume the read data is "006":
Translating "6" to a binary number gives "0110".
0 110
Bit 3, 2, 1: 1 to 5 V Bit 0: NPN output

Thus, the sensor amplifier from which the data was read is set to "NPN
output" and "analog output 1 - 5 V".

*12 Of the motion commands "Tolerance tuning request", "Two-point tuning HIGH
side 2nd point confirmation", "Two-point tuning LOW side 2nd point confirma-
tion", "One-point tuning request for diff. count filter", "Two-point tuning 2nd point
confirmation for diff. count filter", reads the execution result for the item last
requested.

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*13 This parameter works if "Bank switching method" is set to "button."


*14 These parameters are OFF only if data "0" is written and the wiring is configured
to turn off external input.
*15 When using the IL-300/IL-600, 0 to +999.99, and when using the IL-2000, 0 to
+9999.9.
*16 A write control error results if data is rewritten to an expansion unit.
*17 To have the sensor amplifier reflect the settings written in data numbers nn92 to
nn95, it is necessary to set data number nn91 to "1" (user setting), or to set the
external input to "user setting" via button operation on the sensor amplifier.
*18 An attempt to write this data results in an error.
(Reading is results in "0.")
*19 The read value of the two-digit value can be translated to a binary number, so
3
that the ON/OFF state of each bit can be noted to know the status of judgment

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output and alarm output.

Judgment output
Bit
N.O. mode N.C. mode
0 0: HIGH judgment output OFF, 1: HIGH judgment output ON 0: HIGH judgment output ON, 1: HIGH judgment output OFF
1 0: LOW judgment output OFF, 1: LOW judgment output ON 0: LOW judgment output ON, 1: LOW judgment output OFF
2 0: GO judgment output OFF, 1: GO judgment output ON 0: GO judgment output ON, 1: GO judgment output OFF
3 0: Alarm output OFF, 1: Alarm output ON 0: Alarm output ON, 1: Alarm output OFF

Reference Assume the read data is "05":


Translating "05" to a binary number gives "0101".
N.O. mode
01 01
Bit 3: Alarm output OFF Bit 0: HIGH judgment output ON
Bit 2: GO judgment output ON Bit 1: LOW judgment output OFF

*20 The external input status is "1" when the external input is ON, and is "0" when
the external input is OFF. Bits 0, 1, 2, and 3 correspond to external inputs 1, 2, 3,
and 4, respectively.

Reference
Assume the read data is "06":
Translating "6" to a binary number gives "0110".
0110
External input 4: OFF External input 1: OFF
External input 3: ON External input 2: ON
*21 Stores the read string in the remote registers in ASCII code.
For "IL-1": RWr03=312Dh, RWr02=4C49h

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3-4 Command Parameter List

MEMO

3
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Specifications
This chapter describes the specifications and dimensions of the DL-
CL1. 4
4-1 Specifications ..................................................... 4-2
4-2 Data Processing Times ...................................... 4-3
4-3 Dimensions......................................................... 4-5

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4-1 Specifications

Product name CC-Link compatible communication unit


Model DL-CL1
Communication method CC-Link compliant
Compatible ver-
Ver. 2.00/Ver. 1.10 (selectable)
sions
Number of occu- Ver. 2.00: 1 station, 8x / 2 stations, 8x / 4 stations, 2x; (selectable)
pied stations Ver. 1.10: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 stations (selectable)
CC-Link specifi-
Type of station Remote device station
cations
Transmission
156 kbps / 625 kbps / 2.5 Mbps / 5 Mbps / 10 Mbps
rate
Setting of sta-
1 to 64
tion numbers
Connectable
Sensor amplifiers with D-bus support*1
Sensor amplifier sensors

4 connection
specifications
Number of con-
nectable sensor 15 units max.*2
units
Power indicator: Green LED
Specifications

Communication indicator (L_RUN): Green LED


Indicators
Communication error indicator (L_ERR): Red LED
Sensor communication indicator: 2-color (green/red) LED
20 to 30 VDC, including ripple (P-P) 10%
Power voltage
(supplied from the connected sensor amplifiers)
Power consumption 1560 mW or less (at 24 V, 60 mA max.)
Operating ambi-
0 to +55C (no freezing)
ent temperature
Operating ambi-
Environmental 35 to 85% RH (no condensation)
ent humidity
resistance
Vibration resis-
10 to 55 Hz, compound amplitude 1.5 mm, 2 hours each in X, Y, Z directions
tance
Pollution degree 2
Main unit case and dust cover: Polycarbonate
Materials
CC-Link connector: Polyamide (plug), PBT (socket)
Weight (including connectors) Approx. 80 g

*1 "D-bus" is the name of KEYENCE's wiring-saving system for sensor amplifiers.


*2 Depends on the type of sensor amplifiers connected (Up to 8 sensor units can
be connected to the IL series.).

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4-2 Data Processing Times

This section describes the length of time taken from detection by a sensor(s) to data
processing by PLC.
CC-Link
CPU unit master unit DL-CL1 Sensor amplifier

(1) (2) (3) (4)

Maximum data processing time = (1) + (2) x 2 + (3) + (4)


4
(1) PLC scan time

Specifications
(2) Network scan time
(3) Data communication time of DL-CL1
(4) Response time of sensor amplifier

(3) Data communication time of DL-CL1


The lengths of time taken for the data of output or current value to be sent from a
sensor amplifier to the DL-CL1 are summarized below.
Sensor amplifier with calculation function OFF

Number of sensor amplifier units connected Output, judgment value, or current value
1 9 ms
2 11 ms
3 15 ms
4 17 ms
5 21 ms
6 23 ms
7 27 ms
8 29 ms

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4-2 Data Processing Times

Sensor amplifier with calculation function ON

Number of sensor amplifier units connected Output, judgment value, or current value
1 12.5 ms
2 15.5 ms
3 21.5 ms
4 24.5 ms
5 30.5 ms
6 33.5 ms
7 39.5 ms
8 42.5 ms

For information on (1), (2), and (4), refer to the manual of each unit.
4
Specifications

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4-3 Dimensions

Unitmm

29.4
49.5
35.5 12.5 9.6
125
m
ax.
2.4
When cover is opened:

56.4
37.7
58.3 max.

4
( 42.2)

Specifications
24.1 35.4
78.2

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4-3 Dimensions

MEMO

4
Specifications

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Appendix

5
5-1 Troubleshooting .................................................. 5-2
5-2 Index................................................................... 5-5

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5-1 Troubleshooting

The indicator lamps on the main unit can be checked to determine the cause of error
and the corrective actions to take.

LED indications
during normal operation Power indicator (green)

Communication indicator (green)

Communication error indicator (not lit)

Sensor communication indicator (green)

Power indicator (PWR)


This lamp indicates whether power is supplied to the DL-CL1.

Condition Condition Corrective action


Lighting in Power is supplied to the DL-

green CL1.

5 Not lit
Power is not supplied to the Check that the DL-CL1 is connected cor-
DL-CL1. rectly with the power amplifiers.
Appendix

Communication indicator (L RUN)


This lamp indicates whether the DL-CL1 is connected to the CC-Link system.

Condition Condition Corrective action


Lighting in
Communicating correctly.
green
Check that the CC-Link cable is con-
nected correctly. (Normal condition is
automatically corrected after the
cause is removed.)
"Connecting to the CC-Link Sys-
Disconnected from the CC-
Not lit tem"
Link system.
Check that the data link is correctly
configured, and then turn off the
power to the DL-CL1 and back on.
"Configuring the Data Link" (page
2-12)

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Communication error indicator (L ERR)


This lamp lights when the DL-CL1 is not communicating properly with the CC-Link
maser station.

Condition Condition Corrective action


Not lit Communicating correctly.
Lighting in red The data link is not con- Check that the data link is properly
figured properly. configured, and then turn off the
The DL-CL1 is config- power to the DL-CL1 and back on.
ured for Ver. 2 (monitor "Configuring the Data Link"
mode 2/full mode) while (page 2-12)
the master station is con-
figured for Ver. 1.
Flashing in red The setting of the transmis- If you changed the setting intention-
(At regular sion rate setting switch, ally, turn off the power and back on.
intervals) operating mode setting The new setting is applied.
switch, or station number If you changed the setting uninten-
setting was changed while
in operation.
tionally, restore the previous setting.
Normal condition is automatically
5
recovered.

Appendix
Flashing in red The termination resistor is Connect the termination resistor cor-
(At irregular not connected correctly. rectly. (Normal condition is automati-
intervals) cally corrected after the cause is
removed.)
"Connecting the termination
resistor" (page 2-11)
Affected by noise. Implement noise protection on the
DL-CL1 and CC-Link cable. (Normal
condition is automatically corrected
after the cause is removed.)

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5-1 Troubleshooting

Sensor communication indicator


This lamp indicates whether the DL-CL1 is connected correctly and communicating
with sensor amplifiers.
The cause of each error can be identified by reading the error information.

LED status Condition Corrective action


Not lit Power is not supplied to Check that the DL-CL1 is cor-
the DL-CL1. rectly connected with the sensor
amplifiers.
Green Solid Communicating cor- -
rectly.
Flashing In process of power-on After elapse the power-on reset
reset. time, the DL-CL1 goes back to
normal condition.
Red Flashing at Temporarily unable to Check for any noise source
fixed inter- communicate with sen- around the DL-CL1. (Normal
vals sor amplifiers. condition is automatically cor-
5 rected after the cause is
removed.)
Repeating Model error (0003h) Connect a sensor amplifier of a
Appendix

of 4 con- compatible model.


secutive Mixed connection error Remove the foreign sensor
flashes (0004h) amplifier.
Number-of-units error Observe the number of connect-
(0006h) able sensor amplifiers.
Solid Initialization error Check the number of connected
(0001h/0002h/0005h) sensor amplifiers and the con-
nection to the sensor amplifiers,
and then cycle power. If the
error cannot restored, contact
your nearest sales office.
Sensor-to-sensor com- Check the connections of the
munication error sensor amplifiers, and then
(0007h) cycle power.

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5-2 Index

This alphabetical index provides a list of terms used in this document.


Device Maps for Monitor Mode 2,
A
Full Mode 1, and Full Mode 2
Appendix .......................................... 5-1 .................................................. 3-13
Device Maps for Small-Memory Mode 1,
C Small-Memory Mode 2,
and Monitor Mode 1 ...................... 3-4
CC-Link Communication and
Dimensions ....................................... 4-5
Operating Modes ............................... 3-2
DL-CL1 Overview .............................. 1-2
Data Exchanged
Overview ...................................... 1-2
by Cyclic Transfer .......................... 3-2
Types and Number of Connectable
Selecting an Operating Mode of
Sensor Amplifiers .......................... 1-2
the DL-CL1 ................................... 3-3
Checking the Package Contents ........ 1-2 I
List of Optional Parts ..................... 1-3
Package Content ........................... 1-3 Installation and Connection to Sensor
Command Parameter List ................ 3-29 Amplifiers ................................. 2-2, 2-4
Command Parameter List for
IL Series ..................................... 3-31
ID Number Assignments to
Sensor Amplifiers .......................... 2-2
5
Common Command Parameter
N

Appendix
List ............................................. 3-29
Communicating ................................. 3-1
Names and Functions of Each Part .... 1-4
Communication Methods ................. 3-21
Changing the Bank Number of
S
Sensor Amplifiers ........................ 3-24
Entering an External Input into Specifications ................................... 4-2
a Sensor Amplifier ....................... 3-21
Issuing a Motion Command to T
a Sensor Amplifier ....................... 3-25
Troubleshooting ................................ 5-2
Reading an Output
from a Sensor Amplifier ............... 3-21 W
Reading Judgment Values
(P.V. Values) from Sensor Wiring ............................................... 2-8
Amplifiers .................................... 3-22 Connecting to the CC-Link
Reading/Writing Settings or Status of System ......................................... 2-8
a Sensor Amplifier ....................... 3-26
Rewriting a Setting Value of
a Sensor Amplifier ....................... 3-26
Configuring the Data Link ................ 2-12
Configuring the DL-CL1 ............... 2-12
Configuring the Master Station ..... 2-12
Connection ....................................... 2-1
Connection and Configuration ............ 2-1

D
Data Processing Times ...................... 4-3
Device Maps ..................................... 3-4
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Revision History

Print date Revision no. Description


January, 2011 Initial release
June, 2011 Revision 2
July, 2011 Revision 3
July, 2012 Revision 5

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