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HIGH SPEED COUNTER MODULE Super-fast, multifunctional high-speed counter module providing various functions for wider applications Featuring various control modes including the revolution counter mode, the KV-SC20 expands the range of applications while lightening the load on the ladder program. High-speed counter module

KV-SC20

Super-fast response of 500 kHz, 32-bit with sign processing Based on the high-level specifications of super-fast 500 kHz, 32-bit sign processing, the KV-SC20 is a multi-mode high-speed counter incorporating a trigger input function as well as many application modes. It can be used in various applications while lightening the load on the ladder program.

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“Input capture function� that captures instantaneous values

The KV-SC20 features two input-capture inputs. It stores the value at the instant the input-capture input is provided during highspeed counting. This function is effective for increasing measurement accuracy with an encoder.

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Internal clock counting function

Applications

Fixedlength cutting

The internal clock of the KV-SC20 can be selected as a counting source, enabling precise time counting. Combining this function with the input capture function above allows more accurate measurement. Position adjustment of a stopper

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Line-driver input supported

The count input circuit supports both opencollector output and line-driver output devices. Any input devices can be used. Measuring the length of sheet material

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Various control modes

Frequency counting mode

The frequency is automatically calculated/generated from the counted value. Complicated ladder operation is unnecessary.

Revolution counter mode

The number of revolutions is automatically calculated/generated from the counted value. Complicated ladder operation is unnecessary.

Other modes

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Up/down counting, counting within a specified time, and preset counting are also featured.


■ I/O connector Signal name Terminal No. CH Direction A-phase 24 V input 1 A-phase 12 V input 2 Input A-phase 5 V input 3 A-phase common input 4 5 B-phase (direction) 24V input B-phase 12 V input 6 Input B-phase 5 V input 7 B-phase common input 8 0 9 Z-phase (preset) 24 V input Z-phase 12 V input 10 Input Z-phase 5 V input 11 Z-phase common input 12 13 Input Input capture 1 input 1. Input capture (enable) 0 input 1. 2. Input 14 15 Output Output 0 (OUT 0) 3. 16 Output Output 1 (OUT 1) 3. Common Input 17 Common for control input

18 19

1 2

17

34

Terminal No. CH 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Common 34

Direction Input

Input

Input

Input Input Output Output Output

Signal name A-phase 24 V input A-phase 12 V input A-phase 5 V input A-phase common input B-phase (direction) 24 V input B-phase 12 V input B-phase 5 V input B-phase common input Z-phase (preset) 24 V input Z-phase 12 V input Z-phase 5 V input Z-phase common input Input capture 1 input 1. Input capture (enable) 0 input 1. 2. Output 0 (OUT 0) 3. Output 1 (OUT 1) 3. Common for output

1. The range of input voltage is 12 to 24 VDC. The input common terminal is No. 17 (Common for control input). 2. For both channels 0 and 1, this terminal is used for enable inputs only when the “enable counting” mode, the “enable totalizing counting” mode, or the “counting within a specified time” mode is used. 3. The output common terminal is No. 34 (Common for output).

■ General and performance specifications Model Applicable PLC Power supply voltage Internal current consumption Ambient temperature for storage Ambient temperature for operation Relative humidity Operating atmosphere Weight Dimensions Input frequency Counting range No. of channels Counting mode Input mode

KV-SC20 Compatible with the KV-700 CPU 24 VDC ±10% (supplied from the CPU) 95 mA max. -20 to 70˚C 0 to 50˚C 35 to 85% No excessive dust or corrosive gases are allowed. Approx. 120 g 90 (H) x 23 (W) x 80 (D) mm 500 kHz 32 bits 2 Linear, ring • 2-phase, single/double/quadruple multiplication, 2 pulses (addition/subtraction) • 1 pulse with or without direction • Internal clock source • Other channel matching output

Mode

• Up/down counting • Preset counting • Enable totalizing counting

Operation mode

• Enable counting • Counting within a specified time • Frequency counting

• Revolution counter A • Revolution counter B

A-phase/B-phase/Z-phase (preset), 3 inputs for each channel (6 inputs in total) 5/12/24 VDC input acceptable, line-driver input acceptable, photocoupler insulation

Count input

Enable input (also serves as input capture input), 1 input for each channel (2 inputs in total) 12 to 24 VDC input acceptable, photocoupler insulation Input capture input, 1 input for each channel (2 inputs in total) 12 to 24 VDC input acceptable, photocoupler insulation 2 outputs for each channel (4 outputs in total), photocoupler insulation Rated load: 30 VDC, 0.1 A max. By external input (4 inputs max.) Input time constant selectable (4 types of counting, 7 types of control) Preset (Z-phase) input/internal relay

Input Control input Comparator matching output Input capture function Input filter function Preset function Output

■ Dimensions

2.8

27.3

90

3.5 3

9 23

35.9

80 96.3 ( 125 )

( 4.4 )

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ETHERNET MODULE Connecting the KV-700 to high-speed Ethernet enables full use of data and wider applications. The ultra-compact Ethernet module provides the fastest transmission in the industry.

Ethernet module

Fastest-in-industry, 100BASE-TX supported

KV-LE20

The KV-LE20 ensures reliable connection to the network that becomes increasingly faster. The automatic baud rate switching function allows automatic connection with 100BASE-TX.

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Simple setting Simple Guidance Wizard & Unit Monitor

Basic setting options can be selected from the pull-down menu. Unlike conventional models, it is unnecessary to set bits or to specify many hard switches with a ladder program. The completed setting can be displayed on the PC screen for easy checking. As a result, much efforts including on-site investigation can be saved even when a setting error is found. Since the setting is stored as data, it is easy to make copies or to prepare specifications. When a problem occurs, quick action can be taken by monitoring the current setting and communication status on a single screen.

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Remote maintenance function of ladder programs

The ladder programs stored in the KV-700 can be monitored or transferred rapidly via Ethernet. This enables an operation check, a changeover and remote operation of all of the KV-700 connected via Ethernet without visiting the site.

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Office

Production site


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On-site data can be monitored from the office. FTP server function

The KV-LE20 includes the FTP (File Transfer Protocol) function. The data files collected onto the memory card inserted into the KV-700 can be accessed or collected from the PC via Ethernet. With this function, the data stored on the memory card can be seen easily from the screen of FTP client software. You can use this data to monitor production lines or to conduct virtual sample inspections of product quality. You can also write data from the PC onto the memory card. Using the automatic loading function with other functions enables remote maintenance as well. Other useful functions: Socket communication function, Upper link communication function

■ General and performance specifications KV-LE20 Compatible with the KV-700 CPU 24 VDC ±10% (supplied from the CPU) 80 mA max. 0 to 50˚C, No condensation -20 to 70˚C 35 to 85%, No condensation No excessive dust or corrosive gases are allowed. Approx. 120 g 90 (H) x 23 (W) x 80 (D) mm

Model Applicable PLC Power supply voltage Internal current consumption Ambient temperature for operation Ambient temperature for storage Relative humidity Operating atmosphere Weight Dimensions

■ Transmission specifications LAN standard Transmission speed Transmission method Maximum number of hubs to be connected

100BASE-TX 100Mbps

10BASE-T 10Mbps Base band system

2

4

■ Dimensions

2.8

27.3

90

35.9

3.5 9

29

3

80 ( 135 )

( 4.4 )

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TEMPERATURE CONTROL MODULE Connects thermocouple and resistance thermometer: 4 channels eliminates the need for other modules. The multi-input module eliminates unused channels, which is the biggest problem of temperature control modules.It offers great advantages in every aspect such as cost, space and flexible modification.

Multi-input PID temperature control module

KV-TF40

Industry-first, insulation type multi-input system supporting every input type Channel 0

Thermocouple

Channel 2

Platinum resistance thermometer

Channel 1

Thermocouple

Channel 3

Platinum resistance thermometer

A single module can accept several inputs as shown above. Unlike conventional models, you do not have to prepare different modules for different input types. Using all input channels can save both cost and space. Since input types can be assigned to each channel individually, modification or additional work is easy after installation. Even a grounding type thermocouple can be used because the channels and power supply line are completely insulated from each other. The KV-TF40 enables more accurate temperature control without being affected by external factors.

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A single module serves for both heating and cooling controls. “Heating/cooling PID control” function Temperature sensor CPU

KV-TF40 Cooler Solid-state relay + –

Heater

Solid-state relay +

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Output

Power supply module

Easy PID setting

Power supply for heater

Output Output

The KV-TF40 can control heating and cooling simultaneously. It can be used for temperature control, which requires a more accurate and quick response, such as injection machines or food processing machines.

Power supply for cooler

Selectable stabilizer function

Three patterns of stabilization control characteristics are preset in the KV-TF40. The optimal setting can be selected or reproduced easily according to the control conditions without the need for complicated PID control setting. 1 Speed mode

Priority is given to the speed to reach the setting value

2 Balance mode

This mode maintains the balance between the speed and stability modes.

3 Stability mode

Priority is given to minimize overshoot.

Setting value

Overshoot

Measured value

No mode

1

Speed mode

2

Balance mode

3

Stability mode Time

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All-in-one, low-cost design Heater cable break alarm function featured as standard

The value of the current passing through the heater is monitored in order to output an alarm when the cable breaks. (The OP-6694 current sensor is optionally available.)

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■ General and performance specifications KV-TF40 Compatible with the KV-700 CPU 24 VDC ±10% (supplied from the CPU) 210 mA max. 0 to 50˚C, No condensation -20 to 70˚C, No condensation 35 to 85%, No condensation No excessive dust or corrosive gases are allowed. Approx. 270 g 90 (H) x 58 (W) x 80 (D) mm 4 channels Thermocouple Platinum resistance thermometer K, J, T, E, R, B, N, S, W5Re/W26Re JPt100, Pt100 ±0.3% of F.S. ±1 digit (at 25˚C ) ±0.7% of F.S. ±1 digit (at 0 to 50˚C)

Model Applicable PLC Power supply voltage Internal current consumption Ambient temperature for operation Ambient temperature for storage Relative humidity Operating atmosphere Weight Dimensions Temperature input Input source 1. Temperature sensor type Indication accuracy Cold junction temperature compensation accuracy

±1˚C

Sampling cycle Control cycle

125 ms/channel (500 ms/4 channels) 1 to 100 sec. PID control (with automatic calibration and 3-mode stabilizer function) Heating/cooling PID control (with automatic calibration and 3-mode stabilizer function) ON/OFF control

Operation mode

PID automatic calibration Transistor (NPN open-collector) output Transistor (NPN open-collector) output Upper absolute value, lower absolute value, upper deviation limit, lower deviation limit, non-excitation upper deviation limit, non-excitation lower deviation limit, upper/lower deviation limit, within upper/lower deviation limit, non-excitation upper absolute value, non-excitation lower absolute value

Calibration method Control output Alarm output 2. Alarm mode 3.

30 VDC, 100 mA max. 100 µA max. 1.5 V max. 4 channels Greater value of either ±5% or ±2 A of the input value Photocoupler and transformer insulation between input and output, photocoupler and transformer insulation between input channels

Output rated load Leakage current when output is OFF Residual voltage when output is ON Current sensor (CT) input 4 Current measurement accuracy Insulation method Memory device

EEPROM 1 million times rewritable Heater cable break alarm, control loop break alarm, measured value bias, output limit, inclination setting, manual reset, output control during error

Other functions

1. Each channel can be set individually. 2. When the heating/cooling control is used, the alarm output is disabled because it is used as the cooling control output. 3. With or without waiting can be selected for each alarm mode. 4. KEYENCE’s OP-6694 current sensor is used (optional).

■ Terminal block connection Signal name

Terminal name

Description When a thermocouple is used, connect it to the + terminal. When a platinum resistance thermometer is used, connect it to the B terminal.

0-3B/+

B/+ input for channels 0 to 3

0-3b/-

b/- input for channels 0 to 3

When a thermocouple is used, connect it to the - terminal. When a platinum resistance thermometer is used, connect it to the b terminal.

0-3A/•

A/•input for channels 0 to 3

When a thermocouple is used, do not connect a temperature sensor. When a platinum resistance thermometer is used, connect it to the A terminal.

OUT 0-3 ALM 0-3 C 0-3 CT 0-3 CT 0G-3G

Control output for channels 0 to 3 Alarm output for channels 0 to 3 COM for channels 0 to 3 CT input for channels 0 to 3 CT input GND for channels 0 to 3

Transistor (NPN open-collector) output, 30 VDC, 100 mA max. Transistor (NPN open-collector) output, 30 VDC, 100 mA max. Common terminal for control output and alarm output. Channels are insulated from each other. A current sensor (OP-6694) is connected. The current sensor does not have a polarity.

KV-TF40

CT0G CT1G NC CT2G CT3G NC

■ Dimensions

OUT0 CT0 CT1 NC CT2 CT3

C0

OUT2

ALM0 OUT1 C1

2.8

C2 ALM2

27.3

OUT3

ALM1

C3

NC 0B/+ + 1B/ 0b/1b/0A/• 1A/•

ALM3 2B/+ 3B/+ 2b/3b/2A/• 3A/•

LEFT

RIGHT

35.9

90

9

58

3.5 3

80 ( 96.5 )

( 4.4 )

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OPERATER INTERFACE PANEL Low-cost, practical operator interface panel: No drawing program or communication program is necessary. It can be connected to the KV-700 CPU with a single cable. IP-65F rated, 3-color display operator interface panel

KV-D30

Display: 192 x 64 full dot-matrix display, 3 colors with back light, 24 characters x 4 lines with half-width characters to 6 characters x 2 lines with quadruple width characters, Kanji display available, reverse/normal display, 4 customizable red LEDs and 4 switches, mini-beep function.

No program required for display or communication All of the displayed items are created by using the “comment” function of the ladder building software. You can display numerical values by simply specifying the corresponding device. When the ladder program is created, make some simple settings and connect the KV-D30 to the CPU, and then start the operation.

A hybrid cable combining power supply and communication cables for connecting the CPU (2.5 m, cable accessory) The maximum extension of 5 m is available.

IP-65F rated Four customizable lamps for wider applications With descriptive stickers attached, these lamps can be used as additional indicators.

IP-65F rated design with large switches The switches can be operated even with wet or gloved hands.

Four customizable switches allow its use as a minioperation console. You can use the KV-D30 as a simplified operation console by assigning the desired functions to the four large switches.

Compact housing with beep function The sound of the high volume beep function attracts workers’ attention.

JOG dial input terminal Setting values can be entered smoothly by turning and pushing a large dial. Panel mounting is also available.

OP-42144

Special port allows easy connection to the KV Series with a single cable The external 24 V power supply terminal is provided for a brighter screen.

2-channel output terminal for various applications These terminals can be used to connect various external devices including a large buzzer or a revolving light. (Output transistor: 100 mA max.)

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KV-700 or Visual KV


The most display modes and practicality in its class, thanks to a clear understanding of the needs for a display unit on the production site. 3-color, reverse/normal display

48 x 48 mm, two preset counters

You can combine three colors of green, red and orange with the reverse and positive display. Various display patterns can be used to indicate normal and abnormal conditions.

A familiar preset counter display is also featured. One screen can display the counted items, current values and setting values of two devices simultaneously. The values of more devices can be displayed by switching the screen.

Green (negative)

Orange (negative)

Red (negative)

Green (positive)

Orange (positive)

Red (positive)

Signboard display

Current value

Setting value

Description of customizable switches

Display with comment/unit

A description can be displayed above the four customizable switches to indicate their functions.

Items and units can be displayed together with count values so that the operators/users can understand the display at a glance.

Signboard display

Wide character display

Wide characters and symbols can be used to indicate the start of device operation or to display initials.

Bold characters can be used to improve visibility in dark places or from a distance.

Direct access mode

User message display

To improve operability, the KV-D30 has a mode to quickly reflect a change in setting when the UP/DOWN key is pressed.

Users can create their own messages to display an operation procedure or for troubleshooting.

Alarm monitor & history display

Date/time display

The time of day when an alarm occurs and the history of the alarm can be displayed with a time stamp. This helps with analyzing the cause of the problem.

The value of the built-in calendar timer of the CPU can be displayed. It can also be shown as part of another display.

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KV BUILDER The dream of ladder programmers has come true: Introducing a super ladder programming tool All functions are integrated including editing, setting, monitoring, debugging and specification preparation. This is more than ladder programming software. “Unit Editor” even helps with system configuration design. ● KV BUILDER supports total operations from PLC module configuration and the setting of each module to the automatic preparation of

specifications.

Ladder program editing function to achieve ultimate operability ● Various functions and displays resulted from the requests of more than 1,000 ladder programmers ● Various tips and visual interfaces that allow manual-free, intuitive operation

Substantial startup/debugging support for smooth completion of a facility ● Your PC will serve as a debugging tool. KV BUILDER provides every necessary function including a simulator and logic analyzer before

the facility starts full operation.

KV BUILDER offers the ultimate ladder programming environment with its ladder editor and other functions. The applications specifically designed for each module further relieve the burden of creating ladder programs.

System design “Unit Editor” is a new concept that allows entire PLC system design to complete on the PC screen. Automatic calculation of current consumption, width and weight This helpful function offers automatic calculation of the current consumption, width and weight of each module.

Automatic display of module relay assignment

Unit Editor’s main screen

The visual display of the modules allows you to get a clear idea of system configuration. The box display allows you to confirm the relay assignment of each module at a glance. These displays can be printed, enabling easy preparation of specifications.

Advanced setting of each expansion module can also be changed with the software. KV BUILDER enables the setting of all modules. You do not have to adjust DIP switches one by one while referring to the manual. Visual display

Simple setting KV BUILDER is the first program in the industry that incorporates GUI to build a system by dragging and dropping the graphics of the modules.

Box display

Drag & drop

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System design Specification preparation function The system configuration, the relay assignment table and the list of setting details can be printed automatically with graphics. The printout can be used as the specifications, reducing man-hours for preparation. When the ladder data is changed, the change is reflected in the specifications. All you have to do is print it again. Example of printout

Date/time print function The date and time are printed automatically. This helps to manage the history of data updates.

System specifications function The weight, current consumption and width are also printed. The printout makes the preparation of drawings easier.

Module connection image The connection order and the assigned relays of each module are visually displayed. You can connect actual modules by checking connections with the printout, preventing errors effectively.

Unit list The type, assigned relays and assigned data memory are listed in the table. The assignment of each module can be checked at a glance.

Unit comment In most cases, there are several modules of the same type in a facility. It is difficult to use the relay number and module type to differentiate the modules used for controlling each section. To solve this problem, you can use the comment input function of the Unit Editor to enter a descriptive comment for each module. The comments entered on the comment entry screen are printed in the table. The application of modules or the precautions/instructions for installation can be listed, making module management easier.

Unit setup display The setting details of each module are shown in a list. Since a list of one module is printed on one sheet, the setting details can be managed for each module individually. With conventional DIP switch setting, checking the setting details of each module was difficult. By using the setting list of the Unit Editor, anyone can understand the current condition of each module easily.

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KV BUILDER Ladder program editing

Ultimate operability has been achieved to lighten the load for programmers.

Various methods to input instructions For example, to input an OUT instruction

Mnemonic input

Shortcut input

“With the key board”

“With the key board” You can select your most comfortable input method.

“With the function key” “With the mouse”

Icon/function key input

Instruction palette

Industry-first instruction palette to select/enter instructions without referring to manuals All instructions are listed alphabetically with symbols. The symbols are color-coded according to function categories, allowing easy and rapid selection.

Drag-and-drop input The operation is much the same as selecting paint colors on a palette. You can select an instruction and insert it into the ladder diagram with the mouse without touching the keyboard.

Explanation of instruction This section displays the functions and overview of each instruction. You can select instructions without referring to the manual every time.

Suffix You can specify the data format by simply adding a suffix of five letters at the end of a data processing instruction. Unlike conventional instructions that have different data formats, the same programming can be used for various data formats.

Explanation of operand If an instruction requires several operand inputs, the item to be entered and the available input range are displayed. You can enter correct data with confidence. 28


Ladder program editing Innovative user circuit library function Is it possible to use ladder circuits that have been used previously in another program? Every ladder programmer may have thought of this possibility, and now KV BUILDER has the answer: Yes. You can register the created ladder programs in a special library with a simple drag-and-drop operation. There is no limitation on the number of circuits or the number of lines in one circuit. Furthermore, the circuit can be registered together with contact comments and line comments. You can change the devices of the registered circuit to the desired devices when pasting it onto a new program. This advanced function dramatically reduces the man-hours needed for creating a ladder program. Simple operation by just selecting and dragging the desired circuit

and drop it in the library to register.

Drop

Drag

To paste the registered circuit,

just drag it from the library and drop it.

If you paste a circuit with comments, the comments are entered automatically in the circuit.

Drag & drop : Circuit with comments : Circuit without comments

Line comment batch input function When a number of ladder programs have been created, it is difficult to understand the relation and correlation between circuit blocks. To minimize this problem, KEYENCE’s ladder programming software featured the “line comment function� that allowed programmers to write comments of free text directly onto a ladder program.

Any long comments can be written in one line. After the entry, the comment is automatically displayed over multiple lines.

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KV BUILDER Startup/debugging “Online, super-fast Time Chart Monitor” helps facility startup. A PC serves as a logic analyzer to track down the causes of problems during facility startup.

Online, super-fast Time Chart Monitor The status of any device can be monitored/recorded quickly with graphics. Since the status can be recorded or replayed by tracking it back from the trigger that caused an error, programmers can analyze and solve the cause of the error without continuously watching the facility during trial operation. Furthermore, the super-fast processing allows programmers to find lost time such as unnecessary timing waiting time or delay time while watching the time chart. Investigating this data also enables improving the tact time of the facility. This will be a powerful assistant tool for debugging.

“Data capture/trigger function” to save data during a certain period Up to 16000 pieces of data can be captured by using the trigger function. With the trigger data ratio setting function, the ratio of data collection before and after the trigger can be specified as desired. You can collect data reliably the way you want to.

“Active ruler/time stamp function” for easier analysis on the screen KV BUILDER has many functions for more accurate analysis of collected data such as a “2-point cursor” that can be positioned as desired, “time measurement with cursor function”, “measuring PLC scan time” and “time of trigger display”. These functions ensure easy and reliable data analysis.

The “captured data file-save function” is convenient for analyzing data back in the office The collected data can be saved in files. Data collected on the production site can be analyzed thoroughly in the office. There is no limitation on the number of data files. This is another powerful tool for debugging.

“Variable 7-level sampling time” ensures optimal recording according to the facility and conditions The recording cycle can be selected from 7 options: SCAN, 1 ms, 2 ms, 5 ms, 10 ms, 20 ms and 50 ms. The optimal recording cycle can be selected according to the target for sampling.

On-site data collection➞Debugging in the office The tact time at startup is longer than the setting value. 30

Use KV BUILDER to collect data on the production site.

Adjust the waiting time for each timing input in the unit of ms. (In the office)

The tact time is reduced. * Excel is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.


Unit Monitor You can monitor the devices assigned to each module such as the I/O module or analog conversion modules in the well-organized, special window together with the function comments (e.g. the current value of channel 0).

I/O module

KV-AD40 A/D conversion module

The Unit Monitor is a new concept for selecting the module directly from the list instead of finding the module using relay numbers. The status of the I/O modules can also be monitored as a group, resulting in smooth inspection of I/O establishment after modules are connected.

The status of all of the analog conversion modules is listed in a single window. ● Analog input voltage (current) ● Setting value of comparator ● Upper/lower limit output status of comparator ● Cable break alarm ● Module error information

The current value can be displayed as analog, digital or scaled values as desired. These are full of practical functions for debugging, such as the function where the peak-hold value can be displayed by simply clicking on the screen.

KV-DA40 D/A conversion module

● Analog output voltage (current) ● Upper/lower limit alarm value ● Output status of upper/lower limit alarm ● Module error information

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COMMAND Wide array of instructions (181 types), 483 words in total In addition to 32-bit arithmetic operation, floating-point operation and various functions, there are innovative, user-friendly ideas such as prearranged instructions and “suffixes”. Various prearranged instructions (macro instructions) KEYENCE’s original instructions are added to KV BUILDER. Frequently-used circuits are integrated into one instruction, which dramatically reduces the man-hours needed for ladder creation and debugging. This also decreases the number of lines in the ladder program, improving the processing speed.

Example: ON-delay timer

Example: OFF-delay timer

Conventional instruction

Conventional instruction

New instruction

New instruction

Example: One-shot timer Conventional instruction

Example: Flicker circuit Conventional instruction

New instruction

New instruction

Example: Alternating circuit Conventional instruction

Many instructions added for positioning control with the CPU New instruction

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One instruction completes serious positioning control. Positioning instruction: PLSX, PLSY JOG instruction (high speed/low speed): JOGX, JOGY Return to origin point instruction: ORGX, ORGY Teaching instruction: TCHX, TCHY


Even instructions from the KZ-A500 Series can be used (MOV instruction, differential contact instruction). KV BUILDER incorporates many instructions used with the KZ-A500 Series, which uses a different instruction system, breaking through the barrier of instruction systems.

MOV instruction • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

LDP, LDF instructions • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

=, <, >, <=, >=, <> instructions

BLD, BOUT instructions

• • • • • • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Full of advanced instructions KV BUILDER offers 32-bit arithmetic operation signed or unsigned. Many advanced arithmetic operations are added including floating-point operation and trigonometric functions.

32-bit addition unsigned

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

32-bit multiplication signed

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Floating-point type real number

Trigonometric function

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Innovative concept of “suffix” enables easier data management. The format of numerical data can be changed by adding a different suffix.

ADD .S Instruction

Suffix

Type of suffix U: 16-bit BIN data unsigned S: 16-bit BIN data signed D: 32-bit BIN data unsigned L: 32-bit BIN data signed F: Floating point type real number

Perfectly compatible with the KZ/KV Series instructions You can also use familiar instructions in new ladder programs. Since the instructions are perfectly compatible, a ladder program created with the KZ/KV Series can be used in the future. 33


Instruction list

Basic Mnemonic Suffix instruction

OR<>

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. USDL contact, which turns on at “A<>B”.

Connects contact to bus as N.C. contact.

AND

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact.

ANB

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.C. contact.

OUT

Outputs status immediately before instruction.

OUB

Outputs status immediately before instruction in reverse.

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact.

SET

Turns on target relay and holds the status.

RES

Turns off target relay.

ORB

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.C. contact.

KEEP

Performs SET or RES operation on target relay according to SET/RES input.

LDP

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on for 1 scan when the reference relay is on.

DIFU

Turns on target relay for 1 scan at rising edge immediately before instruction.

DIFD

Turns on target relay for 1 scan at falling edge immediately before instruction.

LDF

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on for 1 scan when the reference relay is off.

ANP

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on for 1 scan when the reference relay is on.

Comparison contact

Output

ONDL

Performs ON-delay operation on target relay.

OFDL

Performs OFF-delay operation on target relay.

SHOT

Performs one-shot operation on target relay.

ANF

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on for 1 scan when the reference relay is off.

FLIK

Performs flicker operation on target relay.

ALT

Performs alternating operation on target relay.

ORP

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on for 1 scan when the reference relay is on.

BOUT

Outputs status immediately before instruction to the specified bit of reference word device.

ORF

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on for 1 scan when the reference relay is off.

BOUB

Outputs status immediately before instruction in reverse to the specified bit of reference word device.

BSET

Turns on the specified bit of reference word device and holds the status.

Bit contact

BLD

Connects specified bit of reference word device to bus as N.O. contact.

BLDB

Connects specified bit of reference word device to bus as N.C. contact.

BRES

Turns off the specified bit of reference word device.

TMR

32-bit 100 ms down timer

BAND

Connects specified bit of reference word device in series with previous contact as N.O. contact.

TMH

32-bit 10 ms down timer

TMS

32-bit 1 ms down timer

Connects specified bit of reference word device in series with previous contact as N.C. contact.

BANB BOR BORB LD= LD<

LD>

USDL USDL

USDL

Timer/ counter

32-bit up-down counter

UDT

32-bit up-down timer

Connects specified bit of reference word device in parallel with previous contact as N.C. contact.

END

Indicates end of main routine program.

ENDH

Indicates end of sequence program.

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A=B”.

CON

Connects output instructions in series.

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<B”.

Connection/ MPS termination MPD

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A>B”. Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<=B”.

LD>=

USDL

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A>=B”.

LD<>

USDL

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<>B”.

AND=

USDL

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A=B”.

AND<

USDL

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<B”.

USDL

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A>B”.

USDL

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<=B”.

AND>=

USDL

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A>=B”.

AND<>

USDL

Connects contact in series with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<>B”.

OR=

USDL

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A=B”.

OR<

USDL

Counts pulses, measures DM values

UDC

USDL

AND<=

US

Connects specified bit of reference word device in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact.

LD<=

AND>

32-bit totalizing counter

C ITVL

USDL

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A>B”.

OR<=

USDL

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<=B”.

Reads memory stored with MPS.

MPP

Clears memory of MPP.

ANL

Connects contact blocks in series.

ORL

Connects contact blocks in parallel.

Shift

SFT

Shifts register operation.

Memory switch

MEMSW

Sets memory switch.

STP

Starts step operation.

STE

Ends step operation.

STG

Starts stage operation.

JMP

Jumps stage.

ENDS

Ends stage operation.

W-ON

Turns on target relay and holds status when status immediately before instruction is on and detection relay is on.

W-OFF

Turns on target relay and holds status when status immediately before instruction is on and detection relay is off.

W-UE

Turns on target relay at rising edge of detection relay when status immediately before instruction is on, and then holds the status.

W-DE

Turns on target relay at falling edge of detection relay when status immediately before instruction is on, and then holds the status.

MC

Starts master control.

MCR

Ends master control.

CALL

Calls subroutine.

Stage processing

Connects contact in parallel with previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A<B”.

OR>

Stores status immediately before instruction.

Application Mnemonic Suffix instruction

Step

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Connects contact Connects contact in parallel with USDL previous contact as N.O. contact, which turns on at “A>=B”.

Connects contact to bus as N.O. contact.

LDB

Bit contact

Bit contact

OR>=

LD

OR

Contact

Basic Mnemonic Suffix instruction

Flow


Instruction list

Application Mnemonic Suffix instruction

Flow

Arithmetic Mnemonic Suffix instruction

SBN

Starts subroutine.

RET

Ends subroutine.

FOR

Starts repetition.

NEXT

Ends repetition block.

ATAN

BREAK

Forces repetition to stop.

ASC

UD

Converts binary into hexadecimal ASCII.

RASC

UD

Converts hexadecimal ASCII into binary.

DASC

USDL

Converts binary into decimal ASCII.

RDASC

USDL

Converts decimal ASCII into binary.

Floating point

TAN

Calculates tangent value (tan) from angle (rad).

ASIN

Calculates angle (rad) from sine value (sin).

ACOS

Calculates angle (rad) from cosine value (cos). Calculates angle (rad) from tangent value (tan).

Transfers a character string.

SMOV

DW

Data transfer

Logical operation

Data shift

USDLF Transfers data from source to internal register.

STA

USDLF Transfers data from internal register to source. Transfers 32-bit digital trimmer value to internal register.

TMIN MOV

USDLF Transfers data from source to destination.

BMOV

USDLF Transfers block from source to destination.

FMOV

USDLF Batch transfer from source to destination

ADD

USDLF Addition of 16/32-bit binary data.

SUB

USDLF Subtraction of 16/32-bit binary data.

MUL

USDLF Multiplication of 16/32-bit binary data. USDLF Division of 16/32-bit binary data. USDL

Increments device value by 1.

DISS

Divides a character string (in bytes) into character strings (in words).

UNIS

Combines character strings (in words) into a character string (in bytes).

LEN

Measures character string length.

RCOM

Reads a character string.

Expansion Mnemonic Suffix instruction

USDLF Decrements device value by 1.

HKEY

ROOT

USDLF Square root operation

BCNT

UD

Counts bits of which the internal register is on.

CMP

USDLF Compares data.

DCNT

UD

ZCMP

USDLF Compares zone.

Counts data that has same value with internal register in data block.

ANDA

UD

Logical operation of internal register and AND data

SER

UD

UD

Logical operation of internal register and OR data

Searches for device number of data that has same value with internal register in data block.

ORA EORA

UD

Logical operation of internal register and exclusive-OR data

COM

UD

Reverses bit.

NEG

UD

Reverses sign.

SRA

UD

Shifts internal register to the right.

SLA

UD

Shifts internal register to the left.

RRA

UD

Rotates internal register to the right.

RLA

UD

Rotates internal register to the left.

WSR

UD

Shifts word data to the right.

WSL

UD

Shifts word data to the left.

TBCD

UD

Converts binary into BCD.

TBIN

UD

Converts BCD to binary.

MPX

Decodes 4-bit data to 16-bit data.

DMX GRY RGRY Data DISN conversion UNIN

Floating point

Compares a character string.

USDLF Transfers data.

LDA

Arithmetic/ DIV compariINC son operation DEC

Adds a character string.

SADD Character processing SCMP

Arithmetic Mnemonic Suffix instruction

MAX Data processing MIN AVG

UD

USDLF Searches for maximum value in data block. USDLF Searches for minimum value in data block. USDLF Searches for average value in data block. Resets specified range.

ZRES

Clock operation

Alarm

FIFOW

UD

Writes FIFO data.

FIFOR

UD

Reads FIFO data.

EXT

USDL

Expands 16-bit internal register to 32-bit internal register.

WTIME

Writes time data onto real-time clock (calendar, timer).

SEC

Converts date/time data into second data.

RSEC

Converts second data into date/time data.

AJST

Corrects real-time clock (calendar, timer) by±30 seconds.

ARES

Clears alarm relay and alarm history.

HSP

Sets input time constant to 10 µs.

Converts binary to gray code.

DI

Disables interrupt.

Converts gray code to binary.

EI

Enables interrupt.

Encodes 16-bit data to 4-bit data. UD

16 key data input

Divides a word (16 bits) into nibbles (4 bits). Combines nibbles (4 bits) into a word (16 bits).

DISB

Divides a word (16 bits) into bytes (8 bits).

UNIB

Combines bytes (8 bits) into a word (16 bits).

SWAP

UD

Swaps high-order data and low-order data.

XCH

UD

Exchanges data.

FLOAT

USDL

Converts binary into floating point type real number.

INTG

USDL

Converts floating point type real number into binary.

DISF

Divides floating point type real number into fixed-point part and exponent.

UNIF

Combines fixed-point part and exponent into floating point type real number.

EXP

Exponent operation

LOG

Logarithm operation

RAD

Converts degree (˚) into radian (rad).

DEG

Converts radian (rad) into degree (˚).

SIN

Calculates sine value (sin) from angle (rad).

COS

Calculates cosine value (cos) from angle (rad).

Highspeed INT processing RETI CTH

Positioning

Performs interrupt. Ends interrupt. 32-bit high-speed counter

CTC

32-bit high-speed counter comparator

PLSX

Starts positioning operation along X-axis.

PLSY

Starts positioning operation along Y-axis.

JOGX

JOG operation along X-axis.

JOXY

JOG operation along Y-axis.

ORGX

Returns to origin point along X-axis.

ORGY

Returns to origin point along Y-axis.

TCHX

Teaching along X-axis

TCHY

Teaching along Y-axis

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General specifications

■ General specifications 24 VDC (±10%)

Power supply voltage

Internal current consumption (excluding current for driving input circuit)

CPU

KV-700

Expansion input module

KV-C32XA : 15 mA max., KV-B16XA: 15 mA max.

: 160 mA max.

Expansion output module

KV-C32TA : 55 mA max., KV-B16RA: 120 mA max., KV-B16TA : 35 mA max.

Extension module

KV-EB1S KV-EB1R

: 15 mA max., : 25 mA max.

Ambient temperature

0 to 50˚C, No condensation

Relative humidity

35 to 85%, No condensation

Withstand voltage

1,500 VAC for 1 minute (between power supply terminal and I/O terminals as well as between entire external terminals and housing)

Noise immunity

1,500 Vp-p or more, pulse width: 1 µs, 50 ns (by noise simulator) Intermittent vibration Frequency

No. of sweeps

Acceleration

10 to 57 Hz Conforming to JIS B 3502 and IEC6113-2

Vibration

57 to 150 Hz

0.075 mm 9.8 m/s2

Continuous vibration Frequency

Acceleration

Amplitude

10 to 57 Hz

Acceleration

Amplitude

57 to 150 Hz

4.9 m/s

2

10 times in X, Y and Z axis directions respectively (80 minutes)

Amplitude

Shock

Conforming to JIS B 3502 and IEC61131-2, 147 m/s2, working time: 11 ms, three times in X, Y and Z axis directions respectively

Insulation resistance

50 MΩ or more (between power supply terminal and I/O terminals as well as between entire external terminals and housing by 500 VDC megohmmeter)

Operating atmosphere

No excessive dust or corrosive gases allowed. CPU

Weight

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Amplitude

KV-700

: Approx. 240 g, Expansion memory (OP42138): 10 g, End module: 30 g, Start module: 30 g

Expansion input module

KV-C32XA : Approx. 110 g, KV-B16XA: Approx. 120 g

Expansion output module

KV-C32TA : Approx. 100 g, KV-B16XA: Approx. 130 g, KV-B16RA: Approx. 190 g

Bus extension module

KV-EB1S

: Approx. 90 g, KV-EB1R: Approx. 115 g

Power supply module

KV-U7

: Approx. 190 g


Dimensions

CPU and Power supply module KV-U7

KV-700

2.8 27.3

27.3

90

3.5 55

3

90

35.9

80 96.3 (131.3)

35.9

3.5 35

(4.4)

5.2

80 93.2

(4.4)

19.4

Expansion I/O module and Analog conversion module KV-C32XA/C32TA/SC20

KV-C64XA/C64TA

2.8

2.8 27.3

27.3

90

90

35.9

3.5 9

3.5 80 96.3 (125 )

3 23

35.9

9 (4.4)

29

3

80 96.3 (125 )

(4.4)

KV-B16XA/B16TA /B16RA/AD40/DA40 2.8 27.3

35.9

90

3.5 9

29

3

80 ( 96.5)

(4.4)

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Dimensions

Special module (Ethernet, other) KV-L20 2.8 27.3

90

35.9

3.5 9

35

80

3

( 135)

(4.4)

KV-EB1S

KV-EB1R 2.8 27.3

90

90

35.9

80

3.5 9

27.3

29

( 130)

29

(4.4)

35.9

80

3.5 3

( 130)

(4.4)

Start/end module

90

9

8

80

Operator interface panel KV-D30

Panel thickness

Panel cutout

1.2 to 3.0

+0.8 122 0

72

80

+0.8 72 0 100

130

8.4

37

150 (including mounting brackets)

* Contact KEYENCE for the KV-TF40 temperature control module.

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List of system components/optional parts

Category

Type

Item

Model

Reference page (Dimensions)

Description

KV-700

16k steps (expansion available up to 32k steps), special module functions, 14 I/O

Ladder programming support software with super- KV BUILDER fast monitoring function

KV-H1W

In CD-ROM, supporting Windows速 95/98/Me/NT/2000

Power supply module

Power supply module

KV-U7

Capacity: 1.8 A with load monitor

16 inputs screw terminal

KV-B16XA

32 inputs connector

KV-C32XA

64 inputs connector

KV-C64XA

16 outputs screw terminal (transistor)

KV-B16TA

30 VDC 0.2A

16 outputs screw terminal (relay)

KV-B16RA

250 VAC/30 VDC 2A

32 outputs connector

KV-C32TA

64 outputs connector

KV-C64TA

Input 4 channels

KV-AD40

Output 4 channels

KV-DA40

Input: 24/5 VDC, output: 250 VAC, 30 VDC, 2 A

PID temperature Multi-input, heating/ control module cooling control

Multi-input, 4-channel, PID temperature control module

KV-TF40

Independent 4-channel input common, multiple input (input acceptable from both thermocouple and platinum resistance thermometer)

High-speed counter module

Multi-mode, 2-channel high-speed counter module

KV-SC20

500 kHz, input capture function

KV-L20 KV-LE20

In CD-ROM, supporting Windows速 95/98/Me/NT/2000

CPU (including 14 I/O)

CPU

Power supply Input module

Output module

Analog conversion module

Baseless expansion type

Baseless expansion type

Multifunctional CPU with Built-in Hyper Access Window

2, 6 to 13, (37)

26 to 31 2, (37) 14, 15, (37) 14, 15, (37)

24/5 VDC

14, 15, (37) 14, 15, (37) 14, 15, (37) 14, 15, (37)

30 VDC 0.2A

14, 15, (37) 16, (37)

Baseless expansion type

Communication module

High-speed counter module Multi-communication module

100BASE-TX-ready Ethernet module

Ethernet module

Distribution layout module

Extension module

KV-EB1

Simplified display

IP-65F rated, 3-color display operator interface panel

KV-D30

16, (37)

22, 23

18, 19, (37) 17, (38) 20, 21 5, (38)

Can be used not only for the KV-700 CPU but also for the package type KV series. Includes 2.5 m cable and mounting brackets.

24, 25, (38)

Windows速 is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

Category

Applicable model

Designation Memory card (MMC) MMC PC card adapter MMC card reader

CPU

KV-700

Expansion memory Backup battery ML socket (20-pin) Contact Thin-wire contact Direct connection cable between handheld programmer and VT

Software

KV-H1WE2

I/O KV-C64

Extension KV-EB1

Description 16 MB For PCMCIA slot For USB connection 4 MB, Inserted into expansion slot on side of CPU Connected to connector inside battery compartment at top of CPU Including standard contacts For standard wire of AWG22-24, 200 pieces For thin wire of AWG26-28, 200 pieces For connecting the VT touch panel display

OP-35331

Cable length: 3 m

OP-26482

One-piece modular/connector type for NEC 98 series laptop computer

OP-26487 OP-26485 OP-26486

6-core modular cable of 2.5 m (to be combined with either OP-26486 or OP-26485) For NEC PC98 series (to be combined with OP-26487) For DOS/V (to be combined with OP-26487)

Contact Thin-wire contact

OP-42224 OP-22186 OP-30594

Quick wiring attachment

OP-42140

Including standard contacts For standard wire of AWG22-24, 200 pieces For thin wire of AWG26-28, 200 pieces A connector that can be crimped or detached instantaneously without stripping the sheath or preparing tools.

Special crimping tool for MIL connector MIL34 slim connector

OP-21734 OP-42224

Including standard contacts

OP-42221

100 pieces

USB cable 14-pin modular cable Modular cable

KV-B Small Y terminal KV-AD40/DA40

Simplified KV-D30 display

OP-42137 PC card reader /writer (MMC) USB reader/ writer (MMC) OP-42138 OP-42139 OP-22185 OP-22186 OP-30594

Inclusion in product package

OP-26484

D-sub 25-pin connector D-sub 9-pin connector MIL34 slim connector KV-C32

Model

CPU connection cable (5 m)

OP-42143

JOG dial

OP-42144

When connected to a special terminal on the rear of the KV-D30, the JOG dial allows numerical value setting without using the UP/DOWN keys.

High-intensity LED indicator

OP-35332

When connected to a special terminal on the rear of the KV-D30, this indicator can be illuminated as desired by turning on/of the bit of the KV-700.

Extension cable (2 m) Extension cable (1 m)

OP-42141 OP-42142

One cable can be used for one system. Two cables can be used for one system.

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