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CJ1W-INT01

CJ-series Interrupt Input Units

CJ1W-INT01

High-speed Starting of I/O Interrupt Tasks. Use Up to Two Units for a Total of Up to 32 Interrupt Inputs. This unit is available for CJ/NJ controller.

CJ1W-INT01 Interrupt Input Unit (16 Points)

Name 16-point Interrupt Input Unit with Terminal Block
Model CJ1W-INT01
Rated Input Voltage 24 VDC
Rated Input Voltage Range 20.4 to 26.4 VDC
Input Impedance 3.3 kΩ
Input Current 7 mA typical (at 24 VDC)
ON Voltage/ON Current 14.4 VDC min./3 mA min.
OFF Voltage/OFF Current 5 VDC max./1 mA max.
ON Response Time 0.05 ms max.
OFF Response Time 0.5 ms max.
Number of Circuits 16 (16 points/common, 1 circuit)
Number of Simultaneously
ON Points
100% (16 points/common) simultaneously ON (24 VDC)
Insulation Resistance 20 MΩ between external terminals and GR terminal (at 100 VDC)
DielectrQic Strength 1,000 VAC between external terminals and GR terminal for 1 minute at a leakage current of 10 mA max.
Internal Current
Consumption
80 mA max.
Weight 110 g max.
Accessories None
Circuit Configuration
Up to two Interrupt Input Units can be mounted to the
CPU Rack. They must be connected as one of the five
Units immediately next to the CPU Unit. If an Interrupt
Input Unit is connected in any other position, an Incorrect
Unit/Expansion Rack Connection error will occur.
Set the pulse width of signals input to the Interrupt Input
Unit so they satisfy the following conditions.
The signal names of the terminals are the device variable
names.
The device variable names are the names that use "Jxx"
as the device name.
External connection and
terminal-device variable
diagram

The polarity can be connected in either direction.
The signal names of the terminals are the device variable names. The device variable names are the names
that use "Jxx" as the device name.

Note: With NJ-series Controllers, Interrupt Input Units can be used as normal Basic Input Units.
          They cannot be used to start I/O interrupt tasks.
* Terminal numbers A0 to A8 and B0 to B8 are used in the external connection and terminal-device variable diagrams.
   They are not printed on the Units.