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Communication Unit for Open Network remote monitoring shorten start-up time efficient maintenance

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Traditional methods of maintaining and remotely monitoring sensors are tedious and complex. “Isn’t there some way that sensors in remote such as clean rooms, can be checked without having to go where they are installed?” areas, “Is there some way that we can remotely change the sensor threshold values?” “We manufacture many different kinds of items, so we want to be able to automatically change the threshold settings to reduce onsite setup labor.” “We want to implement preventative maintenance so that we can use open networks to check sensor information.” “Is there a way to reduce the...

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Benefits of the SC-GU3 Series Improved productivity and shorten start-up time Wire-saving using connectors for connections Construction-saving using batch reading of settings Uses digital sensor setting data High reliability and remote monitoring Remote monitoring via a network Saves settings for traceability control Stores error history Simplified maintenance using memory function Remote maintenance via a network Regular acquisition of current readings for preventative maintenance Increased uptime for efficient maintenance procedures The SC-GU3 Series is easy to install and enables...

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SC-GU3 Series Features Sensors are easily replaced without removing adjacent sensor amplifiers. Sensors are removed by simply sliding the sensor amplifier sideways while PUSH pressing on the connection unit lever. Install new sensors by simply sliding the amplifier into the array without requiring the removal of the adjascent sensors. Installation made easy by the adoption of optical communication Effortless Installation One-touch connectors are used to install sensor amplifiers, Installation and maintenance workability have been improved by for a simple installation while avoiding the need...

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SYSTEM COMPOSITION If optical communication is to be used in a system that includes models not compatible with optical End plate MS-DIN-E (Optional) End unit SC-GU3-EU (Optional) Sensor amplifier (Optional) communication, connect the incompatible models after the SC-GU3-EU. A maximum of 12 units can be connected to the Cascading connector unit SC-71 (Optional) FX-500 Series, and a maximum of 16 units can be connected to the other sensor amplifiers. End plate MS-DIN-E (Optional) Communication unit for open network SC-GU3-0□ ORDER GUIDE Designation Appearance Model No. Communication unit for...

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Sample program for CC-Link SC-GU3-01 Easy configuration of all connected sensors CC-Link/DeviceNet not only monitors the readings currently being received from digital sensors, such as incident light intensity or pressure values, but also transmits changes to sensor settings. * CC-Link has publicized the communication commands for checking sensor current readings and settings and for changing the settings. The downloadable sample program shown at right (screen and ladder) includes a method for checking basic threshold and display values and a sensor amplifier basic setting method that can...

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SPECIFICATIONS Designation Item Communication unit for CC-Link Model No. SC-GU3-01 Designation Item Max. 16 units per SC-GU3-01 (Max. 12 units for FX-500 Series) Number of connectable units Number of connectable units 24 V DC +10 % Ripple P-P 10 % or less -15 Supply voltage Communication unit for DeviceNet SC-GU3-02 Model No. Supply voltage Max. 16 units per SC-GU3-02 (Max. 12 units for FX-500 Series) 11 to 25 V DC Ripple P-P 10 % or less Current consumption 120 mA or less (excluding connected sensor amplifiers) Current consumption 80 mA or less (at 24 V) (excluding connected sensor...

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The CAD data in the dimensions can be downloaded from our website Jim Communication unit for CC-Link &M Communication unit for DeviceNet CC-Link setting switch Memory/Selecting number Connector cover for output signal DeviceNet setting switch Memory function indicator (Yellow) Cascading connector unit Please contact. Panasonic Electric Works SUNX Co., Ltd. 2431-1 Ushiyama-cho, Kasugai-shi, Aichi, 486-0901, Japan Global Sales & Marketing Division All Rights Reserved ©Panasonic Electric Works SUNX Co., Ltd. 2011 Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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