CP-1006TXN 110 06

CP-1006, CPU, ETH100/10, 1xRS232, 1xSCH, 13xAI/DI, 1xHSC, 1x DI/230V, 2xAO, 10xRO, 2xSSR, 1xCIB

DI 13x DI/AI
DO 10x RO
2x SSR
AI 13x AI / DI
see DI
AO 2x AO
1x RS-232
1-3x Serial Channel (1x free slot)
1x TCL2
1x CIB
Picture Variant Variant description
The basic module CP-1006 is from the range of basic modules (ZM) of modular programmable controllers of the Foxtrot series compatible with the harmonized standard ČSN EN 61131.. The individual ZMs differ in the number or type of inputs and outputs and the indication and control elements. The basic module CP-1006 is equipped with:
  • 13 universal inputs, each can be used either as a 24 V binary input or as an analog input
  • 1 quick input with counter function
  • 1 input for monitoring the presence of mains voltage at the level of 230V.
  • 10 relay outputs and
  • 2 SSR semiconductor outputs.
  • 2 analog outputs

The basic module CP-1006 is equipped with a central unit (CPU) series K, which is designed for applications with performance requirements. Includes backed up CMOS RAM for user programs, data, tables, user registers and DataBox, Flash memory for user program backup, MMC / SD / SDHC memory card slot, real time circuit, Ethernet interface, two serial channels (one with fixed interface RS-232, the other with a position for optional submodules), one communication channel with a CIB interface for connecting external peripherals and a TCL2 system interface designed for connecting expansion modules that increase the number of I / O systems.
Order num. TXN 110 06
Teco code TXN 110 06
Categories Foxtrot 1 - Basic modules
Tags Sales and production discontinued
System parameters of the central unit
Row of central unit K
User program memory 192 + 64 kB
Memory for user variables / including RETAIN variables 64 kB/32 kB
Instruction length 2 ÷ 10 bytes
Backup of program source code in PLC Yes, in program backup memory (EEPROM)
On-line program change in PLC Yes, including I / O configuration change
Memory for project archiving - internal 2 MB
DataBox - additional internal data memory 512 kB
Optional memory card slot SD - Card Slot
Cycle time per 1k of logic instructions 0,2 ms
Development environment Mosaic
Programming languages ST, IL, LD, FBD, SFC, CFC
RTC - Real time circuit No
RAM and RTC backup 1) without / with backup battery type. 500 hr / typ. 20,000 hours
Integrated Web server Yes
Integrated Datalogger Yes
Access to PLC variables via web API Yes
Notice 1) Applies to the basic module without power supply, the backup circuits are disconnected when the power supply is switched on 2) The serial interface CH1 is permanently equipped with an RS-485 interface. The serial interface type CH2 to CH4 is selectable via interchangeable submodules
COM - Communication - IP/Ethernet
Ethernet 10/100 Mb (ETHx) 1
Available system modes on ETH and WLAN UNI, PC, PLC, PLD
TCP / IP protocol Yes
UDP protocol No
HTTP protocol No
WebSocket protocol No
Protocol MODBUS/TCP No
SMTP protocol No
IEC 60870-5-104 protocol No
COM - Serial channels
max. number of optional serial channels in the basic module 4
max. number of expanding serial channels on the TCL2 bus 6
Number of internal RS-232 serial channels 1
Available system modes on CH5-10 UNI, CSJ (CAN)
Modbus RTU / ASCII master protocol No
Modbus protocol RTU/ASCII slave No
Profibus DP master protocol (<180 kbit/s) No
COM - System buses
TCL2 - system I/O bus 1x TCL2 master
TCL2 - Range of one branch of the system I/O bus 10 I / O modules + 4 operator panels + 6 serial channels
The communication rate of the system I / O bus 345 kbps
System I / O bus terminating resistor 120 Ω
CIB - Common Installation Bus (R): Installation I/O bus 1x CIB master (100 mA)
CIB - Address range of one branch of the installation bus 32 CFox I/O modules
DI - Parameters of binary inputs DC (group A)
Common wire GND - module ground
Input type Type 1 (IEC)
Galvanic isolation of inputs from internal/peripheral circuits No
Diagnostics indication of energized input by LED on module panel
Input voltage for log. 0 0 V DC; -5 V DC min.; +5 V DC max.
Input voltage for log. 1 24 V DC; 15 V DC min.; 30 V DC max.
Input current at log. 1 (typ.) -1,7 mA
Delay from log. 0 to log. 1 5 μs
Delay from log. 1 to log. 0 5 μs
The minimum width of the captured pulse 50 μs
Notice Note that GND terminals in 24 V DC and DIGITAL / SPECIAL INPUTS they are connected inside the system. It is not desirable to connect the GND terminal in the DIGITAL / SPECIAL INPUTS with negative pole power supply system also inputs because it would over the second GND terminal closed the loop and thereby potentially induced interfering signals.
DI - Parameters of binary AC inputs
Total number of binary AC inputs 1
Number of groups of AC inputs 1
Number of AC inputs in group 1
Organization of binary inputs into groups DI14
Input type 230 V AC
Galvanic isolation of internal circuits Yes
Input voltage for log. 0 0 V AC min., 120 V AC max.
Input voltage for log. 1 230 V AC typ., 200 V AC min., 250 V AC max.
Input current at log. 1 (typ.) 5 mA typ.
Delay from log. 0 to log. 1 10 ms
Delay from log. 1 to log. 0 10 ms
HSC - Special functions of binary inputs / counters
Unidirectional counter (UP) 2x (DI0); (DI2)
Two unidirectional counters (UP / UPB) 2x (DI0/DI2); (DI2/DI3)
Bidirectional counter (UP/DOWN) 2x (DI0/DI1); (DI2/DI3)
Counter with direction control (CLK/DIR) 2x (DI0/DI1); (DI2/DI3)
Bi-directional counter with reset and intercept (UP / DOWN / CLR / CAP) 1x (DI0/DI1/DI2/DI3)
Counter with direction control with reset and latch (CLK / DIR / CLR / CAP) 1x (DI0/DI1/DI2/DI3)
IRC Basic (V/G) 2x (DI0/DI1); (DI2/DI3)
IRC with Zero and Capture (V / G / NI / MD) 1x (DI0/DI1/DI2/DI3)
Measure the pulse length 4x (DI0,DI1, DI2, DI3)
Period measurement 4x (DI0,DI1, DI2, DI3)
DO - Parameters of SSR (solid state relay) outputs (group A)
Max. current through COM terminal 2A max.
Output type triac with switching at 0/PWM
Galvanic separation of the output Yes
Diagnostics signaling of excited output by LED diode
Switching voltage (V) min. 20VAC, max. 260VAC
Switching current (A) max. 1A; min. 5mA
Internal protection, output treatment No
Short circuit protection No
Overload protection no
Treatment of inductive load external - RC element, varistor
Insulation voltage between outputs and internal circuits 3750 V AC
Insulation voltage between groups of outputs 3750 V AC
RO - Parameters of binary relay outputs (group A)
Parameters valid for the terminals DO0-DO5
Number of relay outputs 6
Number of output groups 2
Number of outputs in group 3
Diagnose Alarm signaling on panel module
Switching current 3 A max., 100 mA min.
Switching voltage 250 V AC max., 5 V AC min., 30V DC max.
Short-term output overload - inrush 4 A max.
Current through common clamp 10 A max.
Contact closing time typ. 10 ms
Contact opening time typ. 4 ms
Limit values of switched resistive load max. 3A at 30 V DC or 230 V AC
Switching inductive load limits DC13 max. 3 A at 30 V DC
Switching inductive load limits AC15 max. 3 A at 230 V AC
Switching frequency without load max. 300 switching / min.
Switching frequency with rated load max. 20 switching / min.
Mechanical life min. 5,000,000 cycles
Electrical life at maximum resistive load min. 100,000 cycles
Electrical life at maximum load inductive DC13 min. 100,000 cycles
Electrical life at maximum load inductive AC15 min. 100,000 cycles
Short-circuit protection No
Treatment of inductive load External RC element, varistor (AC), diode (DC)
Insulation voltage between outputs and internal circuits 3750 V AC
Isolation voltage between groups of outputs to each other 3750 V AC
AI - Organization of analog inputs
Total number of analog inputs 4
Number of inputs per group 4
Number of analog input groups 1
Organization of analog inputs into groups 4x (DI4/AI0-DI7/AI3)
Input type With common clamp
Common wire Minus
Galvanic separation from internal circuits No
Diagnostics overload signaling in status word
Converter type Approximation
conversion time 20 μs
Operating modes periodic input sensing
AI - Analog Input Ranges (Group A)
Voltage 0 to 10 V / 2,579 mV
Voltage input error - repeatability under steady state conditions 0.05% of full scale
Permissible continuous overload - voltage input -20 V to +30 V
Open input detection No
Power supply
Nominal supply voltage (V) 24 V DC
Supply voltage, tolerances 24 V DC, +25%, -15%, SELV
Supply voltage when backing up with an external battery 27 V DC, +10%, –15%, SELV
Typical power input 8 W
Maximum power input 10 W
Module thermal/power loss 7 W
Maximum current consumption (mA) 500 mA
Galvanic separation of power supply from internal circuits No
Internal protection Yes, PTC reversible fuse
Description of power supply Difference between typical and maximum power input is given by possible load of CIB buses and number of switched outputs and CPU load
CIB branch power supply - parameters of the built-in master 1x 100 mA/ 24 V DC
Size and weight
Weight approx. 300 g
Product dimensions (width x height x depth) 158 x 90 x 58 mm
Module width in multiples of M (17.5 mm) 9M
Module width 158 mm
Module height 90 mm
Module depth 58 mm
Product dimensions (width x height x depth) 158 x 90 x 58 mm
Operating conditions, product standards
Product standard ČSN EN 61131-2: 2005 (idt IEC61131-2: 2003) - Programmable control units
Protection class of electrical object II, according to ČSN EN 61140: 2003 (idt IEC 61140: 2001)
IP rating (Ingress Protection) according to ČSN EN 60529: 1993 (idt IEC 529: 1989) IP20
Operating areas Normal, acc. ČSN 33 2000-1 ed.2: 2009 (mod IEC 60354-1:2005)
Degree of pollution 1, according to ČSN EN 60664-1: 2004 (mod IEC 60664-1: 1992)
Overvoltage category installation II, acc. ČSN EN 60664-1:2004 (mod IEC 606641:1992)
Type of device Module on DIN rail
Working position Vertical
Type of operation (operating frequency) Continuous
Ambient operating temperatures -20 °C to + 55 °C
Operating temperature maximum (° C) +55°C
Operating temperature minimum (° C) -20°C
Operating relative humidity from 10 % up to 95 % without condensation
Operating atmospheric pressure min. 70 kPa (<3,000 m above sea level)
Storage temperatures –25 °C to +70 °C
Electromagnetic compatibility, Mechanical endurance
Electromagnetic compatibility / Emission A, according to EN 55022: 1999 (mod CISPR22: 1997)
Emmisions - note In premises where the use of radio and television receivers can be expected to be used a distance of 10 m from these devices may cause radio interference. In such a case, the user may be required to take appropriate action.
Electromagnetic compatibility / Immunity min. as required by EN 61131-2: 2007
Sinusoidal vibration endurance 10 Hz to 57 Hz, amplitude 0,075 mm, 57 Hz to 150 Hz, acceleration 1 G (Fc test according to EN 60068-2-6: 1997 (idt IEC 68-2-6: 1995), 10 cycles per axis.)
Packaginng, transportation, storage
Description The module is packed in a paper box according to the internal packing instructions. The package includes the following documentation. The outer packaging is carried out according to the scope of the order and the method of transport to the transport packaging bearing the transport labels and other particulars necessary for the transport. Transport from the manufacturer is carried out in the manner agreed upon when ordering. Product transport the customer's own means must be carried out by covered means of transport, in the specified position label on the packaging. The box must be stowed so as to prevent spontaneous movement a damage to the outer packaging. The product must not be exposed to direct weathering during transport and storage influences. Transport is allowed at temperatures from -25 ° C to +70 ° C, relative humidity 10% up to 95% (non-condensing) and a minimum atmospheric pressure of more than 70 kPa. The product may only be stored in clean rooms
Assembly description Switchboard mounting
Assembly description The basic module is mounted vertically on the U-rail ČSN EN 50022. Installation of the assembly (basic module and peripheral modules, if any) is carried out according to TXV 004 10.
Attention! The device may contain parts with dangerous voltages, covers being removed, or cabling manipulated, or disconnect the appropriate circuits or turn off the power !.
Exchangeable submodules The optional MR-01xx submodules with serial channel 2 interface are mounted on the center plate in the CP-10x0 basic module to the position indicated in Fig. 7.1. To add or replace a submodule with a serial channel interface, release the latches on
Exchangeable submodules The optional MR-01xx serial interface submodules are fitted to the CP-1004 basic module on the center plate to the position indicated in Fig. 7.1. If necessary, the installation or replacement of a submodule with a serial channel interface is required Use a screwdriver to release the latches on the bottom of the housing. After removing the lower part of the case, remove it the board assembly from the rest of the housing (by gently pressing the inner board assembly downward on the Slide the Ethernet connector down). After removing the top plate with indication and connector The Ethernet interface is a replaceable submodule accessible. After installing the submodule boards carefully insert into each other - be careful not to bend the tips and the following incorrect insertion. Then assembled Carefully slide the plate assembly into the cover. Pay attention to the risk of bending the LEDs and correct alignment button and ETHERNET connector. After insertion into the cover snap the bottom of the module.
Connection of power and system communication connector with 2.5 mm2 screw terminal
Connection of inputs / outputs connector with screw terminal 2.5 mm2
Ethernet RJ-45
Serial channels screw-type connector 9x 2.5 mm2
Module operation
Module configuration The module is operated, set up and diagnosed from the Mosaic development environment.
Commissioning The module is ready for operation after connection of the supply voltage. The module panel is available MODE button to display the currently set Ethernet IP address. Parameters of all interfaces are set in the Mosaic programming environment. The exact setting procedure is shown in TXV 004 documentation 10. Other activities (programming, application debugging, etc.) are performed in the MOSAIC development environment.
Module diagnostics The basic diagnostic system of the module is a part of its standard software. It operates from module power on and operates independently of the user. Diagnostic error the status of the module and the connected peripheral modules of the assembly are indicated on the module display and are available for processing by the master system. For more information see TXV 004 10.
Description The module does not require any maintenance under general installation conditions. The operations in which a part of the module has to be dismantled must always be carried out with the supply voltage disconnected.
Warning Since the module contains semiconductor components, it is necessary to observe the rules for working with electrostatically sensitive components when handling the removed cover. It is not allowed to touch the printed circuits directly without protective measures.
Additional backup battery - maintenance
  • If you need to extend the backup time (more than 500 hours) it is necessary to fit an additional backup lithium battery type CR2032, 3 V, diameter 20 mm, thickness 3.2 mm in the holder located on the middle plate of the module assembly (dismantling the assembly is described in chapter 7). ).
  • When mounting or. Replace the battery so that it is not short-circuited!
  • We recommend replacing the battery after 2 to 3 years. Unnecessary batteries must be handed over to authorized organizations for disposal.
Generally Warranty and complaint conditions are governed by the Terms and Conditions of Teco a.s.
  • Before turning on the system, all the conditions of this documentation must be met, otherwise the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
  • The system may not be escorted unless it has been verified and confirmed that the machinery incorporating the Foxtrot system meets the requirements of Directive 89/392 / CEE where applicable.
  • All repairs and servicing of the product are performed exclusively by the manufacturer or by an authorized person.
  • The system installer is responsible for the safety of the system.

HW documentation


CP-1006 Basic documentation

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User manuals


Foxtrot1 - User's Guide, cze, , TXV00410_01

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Foxtrot1 - User Manual (en), TXV00410_02

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