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FX - FX0 - FX1S -FX1N - FX2N -FX2NC - FX3G - FX3U -FX3UC -( Q plc - AlfaHMI-PANEL AC DRIVES  Plc Cable Mitsubishi PLC software
programmable logic control
  MITSUBISHI FX PLCs handles a broad range of applications in the low I/O count part of the automation spectrum. The FX0S can be used simply
to gain major savings in panel space and labor costs
when wiring panels, as opposed to hard-wired relay panels. It also offers you the flexibility of changing your control specification just by reprogramming,
not rewiring. The FX0S is also an ideal controller for users who are familiar with the advantages of a PLC, but whose application requires less than 30 I/O.
Some of the benefits the MITSUBISHI FX  can offer you  • Minimal learning curve before your application’s up and running when you use our Windows based
GPP-WIN programming software. The powerful Step Ladder (STL) programming method (originated by Mitsubishi) makes ladder logic programming even
easier by isolating your program into discrete operations in a sequence. • The heart of a self-contained sequence control system with or without our
optional user interfaces for a window on your machine’s operation
MITSUBISHI AUTOMATION
FX0,FX0S,FX0N SERIES PLC
FX0-14MR-ES/UL
FX0-20MR-ES/UL
FX0-30MR-ES/UL
FX0-14MT-D/E
FX0-20MT-D/E
FX0-30MT-D/E
FX0-14MT-DSS
FX0-20MT-DSS
FX0-30MT-DSS
FX0-14MR-DS
FX0-20MR-DS
FX0-30MR-DS
FX0 PLC AC
Relay output
FX0 PLC DC
Relay output
FX0-14MT-E/UL (SINK) 
FX0-20MT-E/UL (SINK)
FX0-30MT-E//UL (SINK)
FX0 PLC AC base units
Transistor output
FX0 PLC DC base units
Transistor output
FX-RTC FX-EEPROM-4
FX-EEPROM-4C
FX-232AW/AWC
FX-EEPROM-8C
FX-2PIF
FX0N-232ADP
FX-EPROM-8
FX0N-485ADP
FX-232AW/AWC
FX-10P-E
FX-20P-E
GP-80 HGP + GP80FXE-KIT
A6GPP/PHP + FX-A6GPP-E-KIT
FX0 PLC
Rules for expansion
The FX0 cannot be expanded.
A powered FX0N unit
(Main Processing Unit or expansion unit) may have two special function blocks or upto 32 points of I/O
(i.e. two 16 I/O expansion blocks or 4, 8 I/O blocks) added. The maximum I/O for a FX0N system is 128 I/O.
Please note: The FX0N-24MP actually occupies 32 points of I/O from the total system I/O (as 16 inputs and 16 outputs)
although there are only 24 physical points (14 inputs/ 10 outputs).The FX0N-8ER-ES/UL actually occupies 16 points of I/O from
the total system I/O (as 8 inputs and 8 outputs) although there are only 8 physical points (4 inputs/ 4 outputs). The FX0N-485ADP
may only be used with FX0N Main Processing Units with a CPU of version 1.2 or greater.
Mitsubishi Fx0 PLC Expansion modules
FX0N-24MT-DSS (SOURCE)
FX0N-40MT-DSS (SOURCE)
FX0N-60MT-DSS (SOURCE)
FX0S-10MR-ES/UL
FX0S-14MR-ES/UL
FX0S-20MR-ES/UL
FX0S-16MR-UA1/UL
FX0S-30MR-ES/UL
FX0S-24MR-UA1/UL
FX0S-10MR-DS
FX0S-14MR-DS
FX0S-20MR-DS
FX0S-30MR-DS
FX0S-10MT-DSS
FX0S-20MT-DSS
FX0S-30MT-DSS
FX0S-14MR-D12S (12VDC)
FX0S-30MR-D12S (12VDC)
FX0S-14MT-D12SS (12VDC)
FX0S-30MT-D12SS (12VDC)
FX0N AC
Relay output
FX0N DC
Transistor output
FX0N-24MR-ES/UL
FX0N-40MR-ES/UL
FX0N-60MR-ES/UL
FX0N-40MR-UA1/UL
FX0S AC base units
Relay output  INPUT DC
FX0S DC
Transistor output
FX0S AC base units
Relay output  INPUT AC
FX0S DC
Relay output
FX0N-40ET-DSS
*FX0N-40ER-ES/UL
*FX0N-40ER-DS
*FX0N-8ER-ES/UL
*FX0N-8EYR-ES/UL
*FX0N-8EYT-ESS/UL
*FX0N-8EX-ES/UL
*FX0N-16EX-ES/UL
*FX0N-16EYR-ES/UL
*FX0N-8EX-UA1/UL
*FX-2PIF
*FX-10DU-E
*FX-20DU-E
*FX-25DU-E
*FX-30DU-E
*FX-40DU-ES
*FX-40DU-TK-ES
*FX-50DU-TK
*FX-50DU-TKS
PLC STOCK
FX0N DC
Relay output
FX0N-24MR-DS
FX0N-40MR-DS
FX0N-60MR-DS
FX0N-40ER-ES/UL (SINK/SOURCE)
FX0N-40ER-DS (SINK/SOURCE)
FX0N-40ET-DSS (SINK/SOURCE)
Mitsubishi Fx0 PLC Expansion modules
Wiring techniques
The wiring of FX0 and FX0N products has been designed to be safe and easy. If during the installation of this product or
associated products concern is felt, please contact a professional electrician who is trained to the local and national standards
applicable to the installation site. Wiring cautions:
- Input and output signals should not run through the same multicore cable or share the same wire.
- Do not lay I/O signal cables near high voltage power cables or put them in the same trunking duct.
- Allow for voltage drop and noise interference with I/O signal lines used over an extended distance.
- Low Voltage cables should be reliably seperated or insulated with regard to high voltage cabling.
Maintenance
Check interior temperature of the panel, panel air filters if fitted, and loosening of terminals or mounting facilities (due to vibration).
Common errors
· Corroded contact points at some point in an I/O line.
· An I/O device has been used outside its
specified operating range.
· An input signal occurs in a shorter time period
than that taken by one program scan.
· 24V DC power supply is overloaded.