Main Specifications

GM10 Data Acquisition Module

No. of I/O channels GM10-1: 100 max.
GM10-2: 500 max. (or 420 with AI only)
Measurement mode Normal, High speed*, Dual interval
* Compatible modules: High-speed AI (GX90XA-04-H0)
Scan interval 1/2/5/10/20/50/100/200/500ms/1/2/5s
* Some intervals not available depending on system configuration and modules.
Internal memory
(flash memory)
GM10-1: 500 MB
GM10-2: 1.2 GB
External storage media SD memory card (SD/SDHC), up to 1-32 GB (1 GB incl.)
Format: FAT32 or FAT16
Data types Event, display, alarm summary, manual sample, settings, and report (/MT option)
Data format Binary or text
Alarms Number: Max. 4 alarms per measurement channel
Types: high limit, low limit, difference high limit, difference low limit, rate of change increase, rate of change decrease, delay high, delay low
Event actions Specified actions can be performed when certain events occur.
Number: 50
Events: alarms, remote control input, etc.;
Actions: record stop/start, alarm ACK, etc.
Timers: 12
Match time timers: 12
Batch function Manage data by batch name. Enter text fields and batch comments in data files.
Calibration correction mode Off, linearizer approximation, linearizer bias
Security functions Key lock and login functions.
Insulation resistance Between RS-422/485/Ethernet terminals and internal circuitry: 20 MΩ or greater (at 500 VDC)
Ethernet Electrical/mechanical specifications IEEE 802.3 compliant (Ethernet frame type: DIX specification)
Implemented protocols TCP, UDP, IP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, SNTP, Modbus, dedicated protocol, SSL, DARWIN-compatible communication
USB communication Standards conformity USB 2.0 compliant (recognized as a serial port by the PC)
Connector format/no. of ports mini B/1
Implemented protocol Dedicated protocol
RS-422/485
(/C3 option)
Media EIA RS-422/485 compliant
Implemented protocol Dedicated protocol, Modbus/RTU, or DARWIN compatible communication
Bluetooth
(/C8 option)
Standards conformity Bluetooth® Ver 2.1+EDR compliant
Supported profiles SPP (serial port profile)
Communication range Approx. 10 m (depending on operating environment) (Class2)
Implemented protocol Dedicated protocol
EtherNet/IP communications
(/E1 option)
Can join EtherNet/IP networks as an adapter (server).
Max. connections 20 (or 10 max. at TCP/IP level)
Supported protocols EIP/PCCC, EIP/native
Messaging Explict (UCMM Class 3) +I/O (Class 1)
Objects Assembly, PCCC, Data Table
WT communication
(/E2 option)
Models supported WT1800/WT1800E (command type WT1800), WT500,
WT300/WT300E (command mode WT300)
Supported communication Ethernet
Max. connected units 16
Communication interval 500 ms/1 s/2 s/5 s/10 s/20 s/30 s
Acquirable data types Voltage, current, power, power factor, phase, watt hours, harmonics, and others.
Max. data assignments 300
OPC-UA Server
(/E3 option)
Communication Type: OPC-UA Server
Encoding: UA Binary
Protocol: OPC UA TCP
Maximum number of connections: 3 sessions
Profile: Micro Embedded Device Server
Data acquisition Measurement channel, computation channel, communication channel value and alarm status
Data writing Measurement channel (DO channel only), communication channel
Port number 4840 (changeable: 1 to 65535)
Number of items 300 max. (MonitoredItem/Session)
Fastest period 100 ms
SLMP Communication
(Mitsubishi PLC)
(/E4 option)
Number of connection destination servers 16 max.
Read cycle 100 ms, 200 ms, 500 ms, 1 s, 2 s, 5 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 1 min
Communicable internal data Special relay (SM), special register (SD), input (X), output (Y), internal relay(M), latch relay (L), annunciator (F), edge relay (V), link relay (B), data register(D), link register (W), timer contact (TS), timer coil (TC), current timer value (TN), integration timer contact (SS), integration timer coil (SC), current integration timer value (SN), counter contact (CS), counter coil (CC), current counter value (CN), special link relay (SB), special link register (SW), direct access input (DX), direct access output (DY), index register (Z), file register (R, ZR), extended data register (D), extended link register (W)
Device code is indicated in parentheses.
Program control
(/PG option)
GX90UT PID control module is required. SMARTDAC + Hardware Configurator is required for program pattern setting.
Number of program pattern sets 99 max. (Program patterns of up to 20 loops* can be stored in a single set.)
Number of segments 99 segments/pattern
Number of loops up to 20 loops/program pattern
MATH
(with Report function, /MT option)
No. of MATH channels GM10-1: 100
GM10-2: 200
MATH types Basic math, statistics, special operators, conditional statements, and others.
Communication channels
(/MC option)
No. of communication channels GM10-1: 300 (C001-C300)
GM10-2: 500 (C001-C500)
Log scale
(/LG option)
Input types LOG input, pseudo log (input that supports pseudo log), LOG linear (linear input within the log decade)
Scalable range LOG input: 1.00E-15 to 1.00E+15 (max. 15 decades),
[scale low limit] < [scale high limit]
Pseudo log input/LOG linear: 1.00E-15 to 1.00E+15 (max. 15 decades),
the mantissa of the scale low and high limits are assumed to be the same.
Multi-batch Function
(/BT option)
Number of multi batches GM10-1: 6 max.
GM10-2: 12 max.
Aerospace Heat Treatment
(/AH option)
Number of manageable schedules GM10-1: 6 max.
GM10-2: 12 max.
Calibration correction mode Off, linearizer approximation, linearizer bias, correction coefficient
Number of set points 2 to 12

 

GM90PS Power Supply Module

Rated supply voltage 100-240 VAC, 12-28 VDC (GM90PS-1N2W0)
Operating supply voltage 90-132 VAC, 180-264 VAC, 10-32 VDC (GM90PS-1N2W0)
Power frequency
(AC power supply)
50 Hz±2%, 60 Hz±2%
Insulation resistance Between power terminal and earth: 20 MΩ or more (at 500 VDC)
Withstand voltage Between power terminal and earth: 3000 VAC (50/60 Hz), 1 minute
1000 VAC (50/60 Hz) for 1 minute (GM90PS-1N2W0)

 

SMARTDAC+ GM common specifications

Standards supported

CSA CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1, installation category II, pollution degree 2,
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-2-030
CAN/CSA-IEC 61010-2-201
UL UL 61010-1, UL 61010-2-030 (CSA NRTL/C)
UL 61010-2-201(CSA NRTL/C)
CE/EMC directives EN61326-1 compliance, Class A Table 2, EN61000-3-2 compliance,
EN61000-3-3 compliance, EN55011 Class A Group 1
CE/Low voltage directive EN61010-1, EN 61010-2-030, Installation category II, pollution degree 2, Measurement category II, EN 61010-2-201 compliance
/C8 option
R&TTE directive
  HEALTH&SAFETY
EN61010-1 compliance
EN61010-2-030 compliance
Installation category II, pollution degree 2
Measurement category II
EN62311 compliance
  EMC
EN301 489-1 compliance
EN301 489-17 compliance
EN61326-1 compliance<
  SPECTRUM
EN300 328 compliance
EMC Regulatory Arrangement in Australia and New Zealand (RCM) EN55011 Class A Group 1
Wireless communication standards of Australia and New Zealand (RCM) (optional code /C8) AS/NZS4268, AS/NZS2772.2
KC marking Electromagnetic wave interference prevention standard, electromagnetic wave protection standard compliance
Environmental performance WEEE directive support
Wireless (Bluetooth) Supports radio wave regulations of Japan, America, Canada, Europe (EU), Australia, New Zealand, China, and Korea.

 

Normal operating conditions

Ambient temperature -20 to 60°C
If less, -20 to 50°C
  – When using the GX90YD, GX90WD, and GX90XA-T1 (electromagnetic relay type)
  – With the GM10/C8 (Bluetooth option)
Ambient humidity 20 to 85% RH (no condensation)
Vibration 5 ≤ f < 8.4Hz amplitude 3.5 mm (peak)
8.4 ≤ f ≤ 160 Hz acceleration 9.8 m/s² (or less)
Shock When ON, 98 m/s² or less, 11 ms, 3 times in 6 directions (±X, ±Y, ±Z) (excluding GX90YD and GX90WD)
When OFF, 500 m/s² or less, approx. 10 ms, 3 times in 6 directions (±X, ±Y, ±Z)
Magnetic field 400 A/m or less (DC and 50/60 Hz)

 

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