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E1000 Series

The E1000 has been an important product series from Mitsubishi Electric. However, it is now a part of BeiJer Electronics. The series is well-known for its capabilities, functions, and connectivity to various industrial devices. Its functionality is ideal for Mitsubishi's Human Machine Interface solutions. The E1000 operator panels have a durable IP66 enclosure making it a highly suitable industrial product that can be used in harsh environments. In addition, the E1000 models come with communications ports for seamless integration and extensive HMI features that make the user experience friendly. The E1000 series meets global industry standards and is suitable for most environments. The notable E1000 human machine interface (HMI) models include the following E1012, E1022, E1032, E1060, E1100, E1070 E1041, E1043, E1061, E1063, E1071, E1101, E1151. In addition, these panels offer extensive HMI capabilities and built-in communication options. Hence users can experience seamless industrial integration while using them. It features modern processors with 32 MB of flash and 64 MB of RAM. In addition, the E1000 modules are made to be safe even if a power outage occurs during file writing. The user data will not be lost. Its HMI terminals ease maintenance by offering access to all the information from a single location. Besides that, it represents a significant advancement in display technology, ergonomics, and ease of use. In a nutshell, the E1000 series delivers better performance and protection for user information while offering a diverse range of modules for various industrial use.

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Mitsubishi E1000 Series

Mitsubishi is a well-known and trustworthy brand for the manufacturing of air conditioners, PLCs, circuit breakers, lights, and other electrical equipment. This article focuses on Mitsubishi's E1000 series family, which is well-known in the industry for its performance and versatility with tasks related to electrical work.

This guide will provide the reader with a comprehensive review of all the models of the E1000 series of human-machine interfaces so that the user may select the best model based on the application. That will help the user in the identification of a suitable model of HMI for their application. The models in the E1000 series differ in terms of display size, display type (touchpad or keypad), hardware, communication ports, and other features, which will be discussed in later sections of this guide.

General Features of E1000 Models

There are different models of the E1000 series available on the market, which include E1012, E1022, E1032, and so on. All of them are differentiated based on their technical capability as well as on their non-technical ability. This section will discuss non-technical differences such as display size, keypad, touch screen, and others. Different models and their general specifications have been listed below.

  • E1012
    • Display Size: 160 x 32 pixels
    • Operator Input: Keypad
    • Comments: Basic version with older technology
  • E1022
    • Display Size: 240 x 64 pixels
    • Operator Input: Keypad
    • Comments: Basic version with older technology, with a slightly larger display
  • E1032
    • Display Size: 240 x 64 pixels
    • Operator Input: Keypad
    • Comments: Slightly above average version, more options, better display
  • E1060
    • Display Size: 5.7 inches
    • Operator Input: Keypad
    • Comments: More Options, better version, better display
  • E1070
    • Display Size: 6.5 inches
    • Operator Input: Keypad
    • Comments: Similar to previous versions, but with better display options
  • E1100
    • Display Size: 10.4 inches
    • Operator Input: Keypad
    • Comments: Better Version, with a large display
  • E1041
    • Display Size: 3.5 inches
    • Operator Input: Touchpad
    • Comments: Basic Version, small display, touch screen
  • E1151
    • Display Size: 15 inches
    • Operator Input: Touchpad
    • Comments: A better version, best display, touch screen

From the list above, we can observe that there are different types and sizes of displays available. Depending on the application, the user can choose any of the models from the above table. However, certain precautionary measurements that need to be considered for safe operation, as mentioned below.

  • It is highly advisable to use only the manufacturer’s recommended batteries in these HMIs.
  • One should disconnect the power supply before cleaning the internal HMIs.
  • The user must read the operational and maintenance manual of each model before using it.

In general, all models of the E1000 series have the same hardware specifications. The list below discusses the general features of the hardware of these HMIs.

  • Serial Port RS-422/RS-485: A 25-pin, female standard 4 - 40 UNC Port for communication with the keypad.
  • Serial Port RS-232: A 9-pin, male standard 4 - 40 UNC port for the communication of HMIs with external devices
  • Ethernet: These HMI units can be connected via an Ethernet cable. The Ethernet expansion module is located at the back of the devices.
  • Flash Memory: These have 512 kilobytes of flash memory
  • Current Rating: They have a nominal current rating of 100 milliamperes but can bear up to 300 milliamperes.
  • Fuse: 1 Ampere internal DC fuse
  • Power Supply: 24 volts direct current (DC) class II power supply

All the hardware specifications listed above are the same in each model of the E1000 series. This allows the user to operate between different models.

Functionality

The functionality of each model differs from the other models in the series. This section contains a complete overview of the functionality of several models, which gives the user a better understanding of which model is appropriate for their application.

Model numbers E1063, E1062, E1071, E1070, E1100, and E1102 are nearly the same in terms of capability. The following are the functional characteristics of the models listed prior.

  • These models offer network capabilities such as the capability to connect to the internet, having a webserver, FTP server, STMP client, and remote operation. That allows data to be stored straight from the device to the cloud without the additional need for an intermediary device for data logging.
  • These models are operatable in 10 different languages.
  • The accessibility of the data depends primarily on the driver being used.
  • They have 16 alarm groups.
  • They have a data logger (for a saving pattern of data), history trends (for predicting a value and increasing the accuracy of measurement), and internal variables (for saving data internally in the device). 
  • These models have an 8-level security password system.

Other variants in the E1000 series include the E1012 and E1022. Their functioning is nearly identical. The following are the functional characteristics of these models.

  • The Internet can be accessed using an ethernet expansion module. This expansion module is located at the back of these devices.
  • These models are operatable in 10 different languages, like previously discussed models.
  • For alarm management, these devices have a single alarm group.
  • They also have 8-level security passwords.
  • They do not support historical trends, unlike the other models.

These devices have been divided into two categories based on their functionality.

Additional Hardware Differences

There are also some other differences, such as memory and mode switches in these models of the E1000 series. Some of these differences will be briefly discussed as follows.

Memory

Memory is an integral part of a controller, CPU, and similar devices. E1000 series HMIs generally have minimal memory. So, if a user wants to extend this memory, they can add a memory card to it.

However, fewer models of the E1000 series support memory cards, like the E1070, E1071, E1100, and E1101. One aspect that could have been considered is that there is no requirement to attach external compact memory, such as USB while utilizing such internal memory cards. The manufacturer has recommended a silicon system-based or industrial-grade memory card.

Mode Switches

A key component of the E1000 series is the mode switches. All the E1000 series devices include four mode switches. These straightforward dip switches may be set up to open and close. Here, 0 denotes OFF, and 1 denotes ON.

The following list shows the various modes of dip switches for E1012 and E1022, along with an explanation of each mode.

  • 0000: This model is known as Run-mode or normal operational mode.
  • 0010: This mode will reset the system and restore the system to factory default settings.
  • 0100: It is image load mode. This will help in upgrading the firmware of the system.
  • 1000: This is service menu mode. It will show the IP address, the program can be removed from here.
  • 1110: Self-Test or Calibration.

Different modes of E1012 and E1022 are discussed in the list above. The remaining models of the E1000 series have almost the same mode configuration, and the only difference is that these models have more modes as compared to E1012 and E1022.

The modes of the other models (E1070, E1071, E1100, E1101, etc.) are as follows.

  • 0000: This is a run mode the same as in E1012 and E1022.
  • 0010: This mode will reset the system and restore the system to factory default settings. In these models, one thing that must have kept in mind while using this mode is that the data can be lost by using this mode.
  • 0100: It is image load mode. This will help in upgrading the firmware of the system. All the system files will be deleted in these models once you upgrade the firm.
  • 1000: This is service menu mode. It will show the IP address, the program can be removed from here.
  • 1100: It is also in run mode, but it is not recommended.
  • 1110: Self-Test or Calibration.
  • XXX1: Hard Reset

For the selection of the modes according to the datasheet of the E1000 series, the following steps must be taken to avoid any damage to data or devices.

  1. Disconnect the power of the operator panel.
  2. Set the mode switches using some non-conducting material like a ballpoint.
  3. Reconnect the power of the operator panel.

Hardware Self-Test

Self-testing is critical for all measuring devices, controllers, and CPUs. To operate with Mitsubishi E1000 devices, the user must have a thorough grasp and knowledge of the device's self-test. That will allow the user to do proper calibration of the device.

Self-test program is very useful when it comes to the functionality of the device. Some protocols must be followed to run the self-test on a device.

These steps are as follows.

  • Before initiating the self-test of the device, the user must disconnect the power of the operator panel.
  • Using the dip switches or mode switches, go to self-test modes by selecting 1110 mode, as discussed earlier.
  • After that, turn on the operator panel and follow the instructions that have been displayed on the screen.
  • While working with test plugs, all the LEDs on 9-pin and 25-pin D subs should be turned on.
  • After the self-test, turn off the panel and set the mode to the 0000 positions.

If the above procedure is completed without any error, then there is no fault in the device. If the device shows an error, then the user must check the device or consult the related personnel or company for that specific fault.

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