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DL30

Web Data Logger DL30

WEB-ENABLED REMOTE TERMINAL UNIT

Functions and Features
• Remotely monitors temperature, pressure, voltage, and operation status of instruments and equipment through the communication infrastructure, and records them in an SD card.
• Allows Web browsing of the current and recorded data.
• Creates daily, monthly, and annual reports.
• Provides user-friendly web browser screens (trend, data, event, and report views).
• Allows users to create custom graphic views.
• Monitors input signals and reports by e-mails when certain conditions are met.
• Flexibly combined with R30 series I/O modules depending on required signal types and the number of points.
•Communication function
 - Modbus/TCP master and slave
 - SLMP client

MODEL: DL30–G-R[1]

ORDERING INFORMATION
• Code number: DL30-G-R[1]
Specify a code from below for [1].
  (e.g. DL30-G-R/Q)
• Specify the specification for option code /Q
  (e.g. /C01)

MODULE TYPE
G: High functionality

POWER INPUT
DC power
R: 24 V DC
(Operational voltage range: ±10 %; ripple 10 %p-p max.)

[1] OPTIONS
blank: none
/Q: Options other than the above (specify the specification)

SPECIFICATIONS OF OPTION: Q
COATING (For the detail, refer to M-System's web site.)
/C01: Silicone coating
/C02: Polyurethane coating
/C03: Rubber coating

FUNCTIONS & FEATURES
DL30 is used in combination with an installation base (model: R30BS) and I/O modules (Remote I/O R30 series)
■ DL30
•Collection and recording of input data, and transmission of output data
DL30 collects data from I/O modules via the internal bus of the installation base, and records the data to the internal memory and to an SD card;
connects with remote I/O modules using Modbus/TCP via Ethernet, and collects and records input data of the remote I/O modules;
connects with Mitsubishi programmable-controller MELSEC via SLMP to access data of the CPU of MELSEC; and
outputs an alarm to an output module according to the preset alarm level.
• Web server
DL30 works as a web server to display collected data on the web browser of a PC or tablet.
Various setting and operation can be performed through the web browser.
• Internal power
Internal power required for DL30 and I/O modules is generated from supplied power.
■ I/O MODULES
An output module outputs data received through the internal bus as discrete outputs; and outputs discrete input data and A/D converted analog input values to the internal bus. (Refer to the specification of each R30 I/O module for details.)
■ INSTALLATION BASE
The base for mounting modules thereon incorporates PWB for internal power and the internal bus. (Refer to the specification of R30BS)

RELATED PRODUCTS
• Remote I/O R30 series
• PC Configurator cable
  USB 2.0 compatible cable
  (DL30 connector: mini-B type, 5.0m max.)
• PC configurator software (model: DL30GCFG)
• PC configurator software (model: R30CFG)
• User-defined web browser screen designing software
  (model: DL30 Web Designer)
• Local certification authority creator (model: LCA-DL30)
Software downloadable at M-System’s web site.
 • SD card
An SD card is required to store data in the unit.
Use an SD card of the designated model number which is available commercially and from M-System. 
  - Hagiwara Solutions NSD6-016GH(B20SEI,
NSD6-004GH(B21SEI
(NSD6-004GH(A00SDI ... discontinued) 
  - Apacer AP-ISD04GIS4B-3T

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Connection
 RUN contact output, power supply
: M3 separable screw terminal (torque 0.5 N·m)
 Ethernet: RJ-45 modular jack
 Internal bus: Via the Installation Base (model: R30BS)
 Internal power supply: Via the Installation Base (model: R30BS)
Solderless terminal: Refer to the Applicable Solderless Terminal Size drawing.
Recommended manufacturer: Japan Solderless Terminal MFG.Co.Ltd, Nichifu Co.,ltd
(Ones with insulation sleeve do not fit.)
Applicable wire size: 0.25 – 0.75 mm2
Screw terminal: Nickel-plated steel
Housing material: Flame-resistant resin (gray)
Max. number of R30 I/O modules: 16
(Max. consumption current of I/O modules: 500 mA)
Isolation: Ethernet to internal bus or internal power to RUN contact output to power supply to FE 
Calendar clock: Year (4 digits), month, date, day, hour, minute, second
Internal bus communication cycle: Approx. ≤ 1 msec. (when max. No. of modules connected )
Status Indicator LEDs: PWR, RUN, DL30 RUN, LOGGING,
SD CARD, MAINT, ERROR
(Refer to Operating Manual for details)
RUN CONTACT OUTPUT
・RUN contact turns ON in normal conditions, and turns OFF when the power is not supplied or when an error occurs (internal memory error, SD card error, or R30 module error).
Rated load: 250 V AC @ 0.5 A (cos ø = 1)
30 V DC @ 0.5 A (resistive load)
(Less than 50 V AC to conform with EU Directive)
Maximum switching voltage: 250 V AC or 30 V DC
Maximum switching power: 250 VA (AC) or 150 W (DC)
Minimum load: 5 V DC @ 10 mA
Mechanical life: 2 × 107 cycles (rate: 300 cycles/min.)
When driving an inductive load, external contact protection and noise quenching recommended.

R30 CONNECTION
■ DL30 INSTALL POSITION
Install DL30 on the R30BS using the PWR slot (the leftmost slot) and the COM slot to the right of the PWR slot.

ETHERNET COMMUNICATION
Communication Standard: IEEE 802.3u
Transmission: 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
Baud rate: 10/100 Mbps (Auto Negotiation function)
Protocol: TCP/IP, Modbus/TCP, SLMP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, FTP, FTPS, SNTP
Transmission media: 10BASE-T (STP, Category 5) 100BASE-TX (STP, Category 5e)
Max. segment length: 100 meters
Status Indicator LEDs: DPX, LNK
IP address: 192.168.0.1 (factory default)

INSTALLATION
Power consumption
DC: Approx. 18 W 24 V DC (@ output current max. 500 mA)
Internal power
• Max. rated output voltage / current: 21 V DC / 500 mA
Total current consumed at the R30 I/O modules used combination with TR30 must be within above current.
Operating temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Storage temperature: -10 to +60°C (14 to 140°F)
Operating humidity: 10 to 90 %RH (non-condensing)
Atmosphere: No corrosive gas or heavy dust
Mounting: Installation Base (model: R30BS)
Weight: 300 g (0.66 lb)

PERFORMANCE
Calendar clock: (with battery backup)
 Accuracy: Monthly deviation 2 minutes at 25°C
 Back up period: Approx. 2 years at 25°C
 Battery: Primary lithium battery (non-removable)
 (In order to prevent battery drain, battery back up is OFF at factory default. Turn it ON prior to start using.)
Insulation resistance: ≥ 100 MΩ with 500 V DC
Dielectric strength: 1500 V AC @ 1 minute
(Ethernet to internal bus or internal power to RUN contact output to power supply to FE)

STANDARDS & APPROVALS
EU conformity:
EMC Directive 
  EMI EN 61000-6-4
  EMS EN 61000-6-2
RoHS Directive

EXTERNAL VIEW

TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS

EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS & TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS unit: mm

SCHEMATIC CIRCUITRY & CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Note: In order to improve EMC performance, bond the FE terminal to ground.
Caution: FE terminal is NOT a protective conductor terminal.

DATA STORING

Trend data, logging data, and report data are written into the internal memory at a specified writing cycle.
The logging data and report data can be transferred to an SD card at a timing according to the writing cycle.

Event data (event logs, system logs, communication logs) is written into the internal memory every time an event occurs, and can be transferred to an SD card in a one-minute cycle.
■ TREND DATA
• Pen
Max. 64 points (selectable from among: analog input; discrete input; pulse input; digital computing register; analog computing register; analog output; discrete output; and grouped digital output)
• Page
4 pens/page x 16 pages
• Writing cycle: 1, 5, 10, 30 sec., 1, 5, 10, 15, 30 min., 1 hour, 1 day (set for each page)
• No. of data samples: 50000
■ LOGGING DATA
• Channel
Max. 128 points (selectable from among: analog input; discrete input; pulse input; digital computing register; analog computing register; analog output; discrete output; and grouped digital output)
• Writing cycle
In seconds: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 30 sec.
In minutes: 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 min.
In hours: 0 to 23 hr (multiple selections allowed; delay time (minutes, seconds) can be set for each set time)
* In addition, days of the week can be specified (Sunday to Saturday; multiple selections allowed).
• Sampling method
Selectable from among: momentary value; average value; and peak value (max. or min.) for analog input, pulse input, analog computing register, and analog output.
Fixed to momentary value for discrete input, digital computing register, discrete output, and grouped digital output.
• Internal memory
Capacity: 16 data
Internal memory data transfer timing
Daily when the writing cycle is set in seconds or minutes.
Monthly when the writing cycle is set in hours.
When the system time has been changed.
• SD card
Data is saved in CSV format when the data is transferred from the internal memory.
The type of character encoding is selectable between Shift-JIS and UTF-8.
• Auto deletion function
Folders for the oldest year (excluding the latest year) are deleted when the capacity of the SD card becomes ≤ 100MB.
■ REPORT DATA
• Channel
Max. 128 points (selectable from among: analog input; pulse input; and analog computing register)
• Writing cycle: hourly (on the hour)
• Sampling method
Selectable from among: momentary value; average value; and peak value (max. or min.)
• Reports
Daily, monthly, and annual reports are created for the specified channel.
• Internal memory
Daily
: for 32 days
Monthly: for 16 months
Annual: for 4 years
• Internal memory data transfer timing
Daily: At a designated time
Monthly: On a designated day (1 to 28) of the month
Annual: On a designated date
* All reports are transferred when the system time has been changed.
• SD card
Data is saved in CSV format when the data is transferred from the internal memory.
The type of character encoding is selectable between Shift-JIS and UTF-8.
• Auto deletion function
Data older than 4 years are deleted when the year of current time changes.
■ EVENT DATA
• Event logs
Events occurred at status change of discrete inputs, transition of analog input zone, etc. 
• System logs
Unit-related logs such as turning-on/off of the power supply, SD card access error, full-disk error, etc.
• Communication logs
SMTP (e-mails), FTP, SNTP (time synchronization) logs
• Schedule logs
Scheduling fuction-related logs such as schedule output, schedule output type maintenance, one-time schedule assignment, permanent schedule assignment, etc.
• Internal memory
Capacity: 2000 logs/block x 4 blocks for each of event, system, communication, and schedule logs.
• Internal memory data transfer timing
When the recorded data reaches 2000 pieces, and when the year changes.
• SD card
Data transferred from the internal memory is saved in CSV format.
Newly added data is saved in a one-minute cycle and also at the internal memory transfer timing.
• Auto deletion function
When the auto deletion function is enabled, folders older than 4 years are deleted when the year changes.

COMMUNICATION
■ IP
DL30 supports DHCP client; 
Allows manual setting of IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server.
■ WEB SERVER FUNCTION
DL30 works as a Web server, allowing the user to check 'Data,' 'Trend,' 'Event,’and 'Report' on a web browser from a remote location.
DL30 uses HTTPS protocol for secure communication.
Compatible Terminals & Browsers
• iPad (iPadOS 15.2): Safari
• Android tablet (Android 10): Chrome 96.0
• Windows PC (Windows 8.1, 10):
- Internet Explorer 11
- Microsoft Edge 96.0
- Firefox 95.0
- Chrome 97.0
■ MODBUS/TCP MASTER
DL30 allows I/O expansion with remote I/Os such as R3 or R7 series;
Collectively handles data from measuring points in multiple locations.
■ CONNECTABLE DEVICES (Modbus slaves)
• R3-NE1
• R5-NE1
• R6-NE1, R6-NE2
• R30NE1
• R7E series
• R9EWTU
• 72EM2-M4
• GR8-EM
• DL8 series
• TR30-G
• IT series
• 73VR series
■ SLMP CLIENT
DL30 allows I/O expansion by connecting with the SLMP-compatible CPU unit of Mitsubishi programmable controller MELSEC;
Collectively handles data from measuring points in multiple locations.
■ CONNECTABLE MELSEC MODEL
• MELSEC iQ-R series
• MELSEC iQ-F series
• MELSEC Q series
■ MAX. NO. OF CONNECTABLE DEVICES (No. of slaves)
• 32 (nodes) (selectable between Modbus/TCP and SLMP)
■ MAX. I/O POINTS
• Analog input (AI): 128 points
• Discrete input (DI): 256 points
• Pulse input (PI): 128 points
• Analog output (AO): 64 points
• Discrete output (DO): 128 points
■ MODBUS/TCP SLAVES
No. of socket connections: 4
DL30 remotely monitors slaves with SCADA.

ALARM OUTPUT
MD or DO designated as alarm contact output can be turned ON at event occurrence.

EVENT REPORTING E-MAIL
DL30 transmits an 'event reporting’ e-mail at occurrence of event or at designated time.
Encrypted communication supported. (SMTP over SSL).
DL30 turns MD or designated DO ON after transmitting an e-mail.
Report data attachable to the e-mail.
‘Report Filter’ to filter e-mail destinations by time period of day.
No. of e-mail destinations: 64
No. of event reporting texts: 128
Channel status: Multiple channels can be selected from AI, DI, PI, MA, MD, AO, DO, and GDO and attached to an e-mail;.
Output at transmission failure: 1 point

FTP CLIENT
Logging data file, event data file, and report data file saved in an SD card can be uploaded to an FTP server.
FTPS protocol allows encrypted communication.
Transmission timing
Logging data file
: when a designated MD is turned ON or when a new file is created and the previous file is determined.
Event data file: when a designated MD is turned ON or when a new file is created and the previous file is determined.
Report data files:
- Daily: on the hour every hour
- Monthly: when the month changes
- Annual: when the year changes
Output at transmission failure: 1 point

FTP SERVER
Files in an SD card can be read / deleted through an FTP client.
FTPS protocol allows encrypted communication.
Compatible FTP clients:
• Windows Explorer
• FFFTP 5.6

I/O MAPPING
Registration of Input-to-Output mapping information allows multiplex data transmission for remote I/Os and allows DL30 to work as an IP telemeter.
• Allowable I/O combinations:
AI-to-AO; DI-to-AO; MA-to-AO; MD-to-AO; DI-to-DO; MD to DO; DI to GDO, and MD-to-GDO

USER-DEFINABLE WEB SCREENS
Web browser screens are user-definable.
Use M-System’s user-defined screen designing software (model: DL30 Web Designer), or any
support tool for editing HTML files, etc. prepared by the customer.

COMPUTING FUNCTION
• Analog Computing Register (MA)
Capable of addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, square root, moving average, delay
buffer, exp, common logarithm, natural logarithm, peak hold (max/min), power, analog
accumulation, F value calculation, scaling, and inverse logarithm.
• Digital Computing Register (MD)
Capable of logical operation (=, AND, OR, XOR, NOT, RUN).
After detection of an OFF-ON operation of the self-reset timer MD, the MD is turned OFF when the set time period has elapsed.

SCHEDULING FUNCTION
Allows schedule outputs for operating DO, MD, or GDO channels according to scheduled time.
A pattern consisting a group of scheduled outputs for a day is registered and assigned to a day of the week, allowing scheduled outputs for the respective days of the week.
Up to 8 schedules per pattern and up to 64 patterns can be registered. 
■ ONE-TIME SCHEDULE ASSIGNMENT
Schedule patterns for one week from the current day can be set to be applied one time only.
The set schedules can be viewed on a web screen and can be changed via the web screen or the configurator software (model: DL30GCFG).
■ PERMANENT SCHEDULE ASSIGNMENT
Schedule patterns which are valid only for specific dates can be set for up to 10 days.
The set schedules can be viewed on a web screen and can be changed via the web screen or the configurator software (model: DL30GCFG).

GDO (GROUPED DIGITAL OUTPUT) CHANNEL FUNCTION
Digital function (MD) and Discrete output (DO) channels can be grouped into a GDO and defined as a virtual channel.
Operation on a single GDO is effective for all MD and DO channels registered in the GDO.
No. of GDO channels: max. 32 points
No. of MD/DO channels grouped to a GDO: max. 32 channels

PROCESS OPERATION MONITOR FUNCTION
DL30 defines a single analog channel or a group of discrete channels of different types as a “process” and monitors each process using Gantt chart for displaying the operational history and Andon screen for displaying the process status.
No. of processes: Max. 32 processes
Type of process: Analog / Digital
■ ANALOG PROCESS
A single analog channel (AI, PI, MA) is selected as an analog process.
DL30 monitors the status and alarm zone transition history of the selected analog channel.
■ DIGITAL PROCESS
1 to 5 digital channels (DI, MD) are selected and grouped as a digital process and parameter items such as display colors are set for the respective channels.
DL30 monitors the current status and the status transition history of each of the grouped channels and displays the status of the channel of the largest number preferentially among the channels which are currently ON.
■ GANTT CHART
Sampling cycle: 1 minute (fixed)
Number of samples: Max. 2880 samples (in the last 2 days)
Number of samples displayed per screen: 720 samples (in the last 12 hours) to be scroll-displayed
■ ANDON SCREEN
Sampling cycle: 1 minute (fixed)
Display contents:
• Analog process
Status display
: Process name, display comment, color
Digital display: CH name, engineering unit value, engineering unit, CH name of digital display (sub), engineering unit value, engineering unit
• Digital process
Status display: Process name, display comment, color
Digital display: CH name, comment, engineering unit value, and engineering unit for main digital display; CH name, engineering unit value, and engineering unit for each sub digital display

OTHER FUNCTIONS
•Maintenance
- Various settings and operations are available from the Maintenance menu on the configurator software (model: DL30GCFG).
- E-mail setting, alarm zone setting, time setting, etc. are configurable from the web screen.

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES
Devices other than the DL30 in the configuration below shall be provided by the user.

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