Touch Screen GX10/GX20

Power generation, process automation, and factory automation in manufacturing industries require rigorous, continuous monitoring in the control room. The GX series is Yokogawa's latest recorder offering for industrial automation.

The GX series is an industry-first multi-point touch panel, to improve intuitive and smart operator control. Users can scroll, pan, zoom historical data, and even write freehand messages on its dust-proof and water-proof display. The Yokogawa GX series delivers industry leading reliability and measurement accuracy. Its custom graphics accommodates application or process-specific displays, while a wide range of communication protocols guarantee compatibility with your network architecture. It's simple for operators to view and retrieve past data with automatic email and FTP notifications.

New! Built-in AI function to predict the future
A future pen function that draws a predicted waveform for the future a little ahead.
By setting a future alarm for the predicted waveform, you will be notified in advance of possible future events.
>> Please refer to the related page, AI Product Solutions. 

New!   Supporting FDA 21 CFR Part 11, EU-GMP Annex 11, and data integrity
The advanced security function provides safety to use. With the expansion of the advanced security function option (/AS), it corresponds to US FDA 21 CFR Part 11, EU-GMP Annex 11, and data integrity in accordance with ALCOA +.

>>What is "ALCOA +"?

Smart User Interface

Variety of display functions

  • Standard display screens clearly indicate channel data with units and tags, plus alarm log, message log, and other event log information.
  • Custom Display function (option) lets you place graphic images on screens.

Touch screen for intuitive operation

  • The touch screen provides swipe, pinch in/out, and click and drag controls for fast navigation of common display mode functions.
  • Use "2-point touch" to zoom in or out in the direction of display span.

Supports freehand messages

  • Operators can write a free hand text message directly on the touch screen with a stylus or finger.
     

Smart Architecture

Add I/O modules when you need more channels

  • The fully modular I/O design allows you to build the system with the channels you need today, and expand the unit's capability any time in the future by purchasing and installing additional modules.

Wide-ranging input/output specifications

  • The 10 channel universal input module measures DC volts, thermocouple, RTD, and contact input signals. A 16 channel digital input module and a relay output module are also available.
    • GX90XA Analog input module: DC voltage, DC current, thermocouple, RTD, contact
    • GX90XA-10-V1: High withstand voltage AI module: Max. common mode voltage Double insulation 600V, basic insulation 1000VDC
    • GX90XA-04-H0 High Speed AI Module: DC voltage, DC current, thermocouple, RTD, contact
    • GX90XA-06-R1 4-Wire RTD Module: 4-wire RTD, 4-wire resistance
    • GX90YA Analog output module: Current output (Isolated between channels)
    • GX90XD Digital input module: Remote control input or operation recording
    • GX90YD Digital output module: Alarm output
    • GX90WD Digital input/output module: Remote control input or operation recording/alarm output
    • GX90XP Pulse intput module: Pulse signal data acquisition, integral count
    • GX90UT PID control module: PID control (2 loop)

Front panel door available in white or black

  • Choose the best color for your operating environment.

Multichannel I/O

  • GX10 and GX20 support up to 30 channels and 100 channels of input respectively.
  • Up to 450 inputs available with an expansion unit that provides easy Ethernet connection to the recorder.
     

Smart Functionality

AI Function as standard 

  • Predict the future and simultaneously display from the past to the future, and predict and notify you of the set events by e-mail etc.

PID control

  • Enables PID and program control (up to 20 loops per system)
  • The web application enables remote operation and monitoring from a browser.
  • Various pre-configured control screens and display are available.
  • Setpoint program control function (up to 99 patterns)

Dual interval measurement

  • Users have the ability to choose two different scan intervals on a single GX system.

Direct output to printers

  • You can print out reports and snapshots directly from the GX, without going through a PC.

Convenient report creation function

  • Reports can be created automatically using a spreadsheet template created in Excel. You can also output to a PDF file.

Browser-based real time monitoring *

  • A web browser can be used to fully access the GX using two operating modes— Data and Configuration.

21 CFR Part 11 support (option)

  • Strict security measures and FDA 21 CFR Part11 / EU-GMP Annex 11 / Data integrity support

Easy connection with WT series powermeters (option)

  • Easily acquire and record measured data from power measuring instruments (WT series, power analyzers).

DARWIN compatible functions (Ethernet, RS-422/485, RS-232)

  • Upgrade smoothly from DARWIN data acquisition instruments.

Multi-batch Function (option)

  • Recorder pre-defined channel groups to separate data files with independent start and stop control.

SLMP Communication (Mitsubishi PLC) (option)

  • Protocol function that enables connection from a GX to Mitsubishi Electric PLCs without sequence programs.

OPC-UA Server (option)

  • Data acquired by the GX can be accessed through Ethernet communication from a host system (OPC-UA client).

Supports the aerospace industry's AMS2750/NADCAP for heat treatment applications (option)

  • Calibration correction schedule control function  >> Heat treatment special site
    Schedule management for periodically executing calibration correction configuration and the like.

Supports the automotive industry's CQI-9 for heat treatment applications (option)


* Notice on Java Plug-in running in Web browser for SMARTDAC+ series

 

An intuitive UI engineered for ease-of-use

Efficiently search for key data

Easily review historical data

Seamless display of historical trends—flick or drag the trend display to scroll through the data, even during measurement.

Efficiently search for key data

Quickly find data using calendars and summary screens

From a calendar, jump to waveforms of a specific date. From the alarm summary, jump to the waveform active during the alarm.

Quickly find data using calendars and summary screens

 

Easily check off trouble spots

Write freehand messages

Immediately clear areas of concern with a hand-written message.

Write freehand messages

You can draw or hand-write on the waveform area using a stylus (standard accessory) or the tip of your finger. You can even select a color and line width. Alternatively, you can select from a list of preset messages.

Save and output image files

Save trend waveforms of interest or screens displayed during alarms as image (PNG) files, and print them out at the same time.

Save and output image files

 

Check waveforms of concern in detail

Display digital values at any location

Move the scale to display the value corresponding to that position as a numeric value. Instantly check maximum/minimum measured values.

Display digital values at any location
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Ascertain long-duration trends at a glance

All historical trends display

Long-duration trends can be fitted to a single screen for easy viewing.

All historical trends display
All historical trends display

Zoom in/out - time axis and engineering units

The time axis and engineering axis can expanded and compressed using a simple pinch together or apart function

Pinch apart / Pinch together
Pinch apart / Pinch together

 

Create your own screens

Custom display (/CG option)

You can arrange display objects such as trend, numeric, and bar graphs any way you like to create monitor displays that are customized to the environment. Start/stop pumps and perform other operations.

Custom display (/CG option)Custom display (/CG option)

Custom display building software
DAQStudio DXA170

DAQStudio is software for creating custom displays. You can load screens you created onto the GX via Ethernet or external memory media (SD/USB) and display them.

DAQStudio DXA170

 

Variety of display screens

Physical quantities are displayed and recorded on a log scale.

Physical quantities are displayed and recorded on a log scale.

Multi-panel display

You can select from 9 layouts, and save up to 20 configurations. (Multi panel available on the GX20 only)

Multi-panel displayMulti-panel display

Highly flexible and scalable architecture

Modular input/output

Inputs and outputs are modular for easy expandability. The GX multichannel paperless recorder main unit alone provides up to 100 channels (GX20) of measurement.

Modular input/output

 

Wide variety of input/output modules

Select from a wide variety of input/output modules.

Select from a wide variety of input /output modules.

Model Name Measurement/Application Channels
GX90XA-10-U2 Analog input module DC voltage, DC current (with external shunt resistor connected), thermocouple, RTD, contact (solid state relay scanner type) 10
GX90XA-10-L1 DC voltage, DC current (with external shunt resistor connected), thermocouple, contact (Low withstand voltage solid state relay scanner type) 10
GX90XA-10-T1 DC voltage, DC current (with external shunt resistor connected), thermocouple, contact (electromagnetic relay scanner type) 10
GX90XA-10-C1 DC current (mA) (solid state relay scanner type) 10
GX90XA-10-V1 DC voltage, DC current (with external shunt resistor connected), thermocouple, contact (Solid state relay scanner type) 10
GX90XA-04-H0 DC voltage, DC current (with external shunt resistor connected), thermocouple, RTD, contact (individual A/D type) 4
GX90XA-06-R1 4-wire RTD, 4-wire resistance (solid state relay scanner type) 6
GX90YA Analog output module Current output 4
GX90XD Digital input module Remote control input or operation recording 16
GX90YD Digital output module Alarm output 6
GX90WD Digital input/output module Remote control input or operation recording/alarm output DI:8/DO:6
GX90XP Pulse input module Pulse signal data acquisition, integral count 10
GX90UT PID control module PID control (2 loop) AI:2/AO:2
DI:8/DO:8

 

Expandable to up to 450 channels (real actual input)

Supports up to 450 channels of measurement. Note that if MATH and communication channels are included, the GX20 large memory type can record on up to 1000 channels. The GX main unit and expandable I/O can both use the same input/output modules.

Expandable to up to 450 channels

You connect directly with a LAN cable without connecting through a hub or repeater.
* You can also connect subunits of the GM Data Acquisition System.

Model Type Max.channels Number of channels by configuration
GX10 Standard 100ch Main unit only 0-30
Main + expandable I/O 0-100
GX20 Standard 100ch Main unit only 0-100
Main + expandable I/O 0-100
Large memory 450ch Main unit only 0-100
Main + expandable I/O 0-450

The number of channels is for analog input only.

Reduce wiring with distributed installation

When the recorder is installed offsite (away from the DUT), you can place the expandable I/O at the site and monitor data without the need for long-distance wiring of thermocouples and other sensors.

Reduce wiring with distributed installation

A full range of network functions and software

Draw predicted future data with AI

AI comes standard on the GX/GP.
No complicated settings. Simply register channels, and you're ready to draw future measured data on those channels.

Future Pen

Use acquired data to predict future data, and display predicted future waveforms along with real time data on the trend monitor. Predicted future waveforms help you identify and deal with likely problems as soon as possible.

  • Max. channels: 10
  • Shortest recording interval: 1 sec.
  • Prediction range: Recording interval x 60 points

* Effective for relatively slowly fluctuating data. Not suitable for rapidly fluctuating data.
* Certain restrictions apply with the future pen function. See the general specifications for details.

Ai standard GX/GP

Future alarms

You can set future alarms based on future data predicted by the future pen. You can check future alarm information in the Future Alarm Summary screen. Also, when a future alarm occurs, notification can be sent by external (digital) output or email. Because the future alarm information also includes the predicted alarm time, you can also identify the urgency.

> Click here for details on AI functions

Future Alarm

Real time remote monitoring from a web browser

Through a Web browser you can monitor the GX in real time and change settings. You can easily build a seamless, low-cost remote monitoring system with no additional software.

Real time monitoring screen

You can view monitor screens in real time that are identical to the trends, digital, and other displays on the GX main unit.

Real time monitoring screen

Enter settings online with a web browser

The setting screen lets you copy AI channel settings and other information to Excel for editing. You can reimport the data into the setting screen after editing.

Enter settings online with a web browser

Dedicated software (free download) is available for loading waveforms and GX settings.

Universal viewer

Data files saved on the GX can be viewed and printed. You can perform statistical computation over an area and export to ASCII, Excel, or other formats.

Universal viewer

Offline setting software

Save settings or transfer them to the GX.

Offline setting software

 

Supports the aerospace industry's AMS2750/NADCAP and the automotive industry's CQI-9 for heat treatment applications

Calibration correction schedule control function (/AH option)

Schedule management for periodically executing calibration correction configuration and the like. The correction factor can be set separately for unit and sensor dependency. For AMS2750, we offer TUS software* that can easily create TUS (temperature distribution test) reports.*.

* For information on TUS software, contact your Yokogawa representative.

GX/GP /AH option

 

Record data in separate files per equipment set

Multi-batch Function (/BT option)

Recorder pre-defined channel groups to separate data files with independent start and stop control. Up to 12 independent batches can be created.

Multi-batch Function (/BT option)

 

PID control function

Control function

Enables PID and program control

  • PID control module
    2-loops per module, up to 20 loops per system/li>
  • Setpoint program control function (/PG option)
    Up to 99 patterns
GX90UT PID control module

Remote operation and monitoring

The web application enables remote operation and monitoring from a browser.

Remote operation and monitoring

Built in control screens and display

Various pre-configured control screens and display are available.

Preset screens for use right out of the box

Seamless integration

Combine and integrate complex legacy control panel into a simple and flexible data acquisition station.

Simple instrumentation

Custom display

Remote operation is possible through screens that are customized for your specific system.

Custom display

High speed measurement (down to 1 ms)

Yokogawa's proprietary A/D converter allows the high speed module to measure data points as fast 1ms.

  • High speed (1 ms) measurement*
  • Proprietary A/D converter

With 1ch per module. At 2 ms, 2 ch per module, and at 5 ms or more, all 4 ch per module.

GX90XA-04-H0 Analog input module (high speed AI)

Max. channels
Model Scan interval
1ms 2ms 10ms
GX10 1ch 5ch 10ch
GX20-1 1ch 5ch 10ch
GX20-2 5ch 25ch 40ch

 

Dual interval measurement with two different scan intervals

Users have the ability to choose two different scan intervals on a single GX/GP system. This allows users the flexibility to measure various types of inputs with two different scan intervals in a single system. For example, this provides for efficient, simultaneous measurement of signals with slow fluctuations such as temperature, and fast-changing signals such as pressure and vibration. Modules can be assigned to measurement groups.

Dual interval measurement with 2 scan intervals.

 

MATH (including reports), and event actions

MATH function (/MT option)

Supports various kinds of math computation, including basic math and functions (square root, logarithms, trigonometry). Write formulas using variables for measured or computed data and save or display the results—this saves time and effort on post-processing. Create hourly, daily, monthly, and other reports with the Report function.

MATH function

Event actions

Ability to assign actions tied to specific events during the operation of the data acquisition station.

Event actions

Report creation and network functions (/MT option)

Report creation and network functions

Provides a variety of convenient networking functions

Modbus/TCP and Modbus/RTU Communications

GX supports Modbus TCP/IP client and server modes for Ethernet communications and Modbus RTU master and slave modes for optional serial communications.

Modbus/TCP (Ethernet connection)

Using the Modbus/TCP and Modbus/RTU functions, you can display and save data from the server and slave devices on the GX.*

* Requires the communication channel (/MC option ).

Modbus client/Modbus master

(Connect up to 16 Modbus/TCP servers, or up to 32 for the GX20-2.)
(Up to 31 Modbus/RTU slaves can be connected.)

Modbus/RTU (RS-422/485 connection)

Using the Modbus/TCP and Modbus/RTU functions, you can acquire GX data from upstream devices.

Modbus server/Modbus slave

 

EtherNet/IP Function (/E1 option)

Using the EtherNet/IP server function, you can access the GX from a PLC or other device to read measurement/computation channels and write to communication input channels (GX10: up to 500ch, GX20-1: up to 300ch, GX20-2: up to 500ch). Communication channel function (/ MC option) is required.

In addition, the following operations required for batch processes can be performed through the PLC using Explicit messages.

  • Recordings / Start and stop calculations
  • Reading and writing batch information
  • Writing messages
  • Reading alarm status
  • Reading/writing of alarm values ​​and alarm types
  • Alarm ACK*
  • Number of simultaneous connections: Up to 10 (Explicit message)
  • Supporting protocols: EIP/PCCC, EIP/native

EtherNet/IP Function

*Only CIP commands are supported for MSG instructions.
*Reading of control alarm status, reading/writing of control alarm values/types, and control alarm ACK are not supported.

Note: Explicit message operation in OMRON PLC has not been confirmed.

 

CC-Link family SLMP communication (/E4 option)

Protocol function that enables connection from a GX to Mitsubishi Electric PLCs without sequencer programs. You can run the GX as an SLMP client, enabling writing of GX measured data to the PLC and writing of PLC data to communication channels.*

*Requires the communication channel function (/MC option).

CC-Link family SLMP communication

 

Powerful tool for instrument performance evaluation testing (/E2 and /MC options)

Highly precise measured data from power measuring instruments (WT series power analyzers) can be acquired without loss of fidelity on the GX, and recorded and displayed alongside the GX's own measured data. This is ideal for performance evaluation testing because you can record instrument power consumption, temperature, and other phenomena simultaneously.

Powerful tool for instrument performance evaluation testing

  • Models that can be connected:
    Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corp.,
    WT series power analyzers,
    WT300/WT300E (command mode WT300), WT500, WT1800/WT1800E (command type WT1800)
  • Max. no. of connections:
    8 (GX10), 16 (GX20)

 

OPC-UA Server (/E3 option)

Data acquired by the GX can be accessed through Ethernet communication from a host system (OPCUA client). Writing from an upstream system to a GX communication channel requires the communication channel function (/MC option).

OPC-UA Server

 

DARWIN-compatible communication

The GX supports DARWIN communication commands. Use your current DARWIN communication programs as-is on the GX.*

* See your dealer or nearest Yokogawa representative for details.

DARWIN-compatible communication

CENTUM/STARDOM communciation package

  • CENTUM: LFS2432, DARWIN/DAQSTATION Communication package (for ALE111 [Ethernet])
  • STARDOM: NT365AJ DARWIN connection package

 

FTP-based file transfer

The FTP client/server functions allow you to easily share and manage data from a centralized file server.

FTP-based file transfer

 

E-mail messaging function

E-mail messaging function

 

Automatic network setup (DHCP) function

Using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), the GX can automatically acquire the settings it needs (IP address) for network communications from a DHCP server. This makes it easier than ever to install the unit on a plant network.

Automatic network setup (DHCP) function

Time synchronization with network time servers

GX uses SNTP protocol in client mode to acquire time information from a network time-server. This function allows any number of GX units within a facility to have precisely synchronized time; all units will record data with coordinated date and time stamp information. In addition, GX can function as a server, providing time data to other SNTP client units on the network.

Time synchronization with network time servers

Rock-solid hardware and highly secure

Choice of mounting designs

Choice of mounting designs

 

Be confident that recorded data is saved

Measured and calculated data is continuously saved to secure, internal non-volatile memory. At manual or scheduled intervals, the files in memory are copied to the removable media. In addition, the files can be copied and archived to an FTP server.

Be confident that recorded data is saved

Because of the inherent reliability and security of non-volatile memory, the possibility of losing data under any operating condition or power failure event is extremely small.

 

Select file formats according to your application

For increased security, measured data can be saved in binary format. This format is very difficult to decipher or modify in traditional text editors or other programs. To enable easy and direct opening of the data in text editors or spreadsheet programs, choose text format. This allows you to work with your measurement data without dedicated software.

ASCI data display
ASCI data display

Binary data display
Binary data display

 

Security enhancements

Safely sends and receives customer data.

Security enhancements

SSL: An encryption protocol for data sent over TCP/IP networks.

 

Front panel door lock

The front panel door can be locked to prevent mishandling of the power switch or external media.

Front panel door lock

 

Analog front end module

A proprietary A/D converter delivers high speed, high precision data acquisition. (High-speed AI, PID Control module)

Analog front end module

 

Standards supported

Standards supported

Strict security measures
Advanced security function option (/ AS) corresponding to strict requirements for data management

SMARTDAC+ GX /GP/GM advanced security function option (/AS) provides safe and traceable data management in applications such as pharmaceutical manufacturing, biotechnology, health management and medical institutions.
The advanced security function supports the strict requirements of US FDA 21 CFR Part 11, EU-GMP Annex 11 and other associated guidelines for data management.
It also supports data integrity in accordance with ALCOA+ (Attributable, Legible, Contemporaneous, Original, Accurate, Complete, Consistent, Enduring, Available) mentioned in PIC/S, WHO, MHRA and FDA guidance documents.

FDA 21 CFR Part 11

What is "ALCOA +"?
It refers to A: attribution, L: legibility, C: simultaneity, O: originality, A: accuracy, C: completeness, C: consistency, E: Persistence, and A: Availability. ALCOA + is a requirement for data integrity guidelines of PIC / S (Pharmaceutical Testing Contract and Pharmaceutical Testing Joint Scheme), WHO (World Health Organization), MHRA (Pharmaceuticals and Drug Regulatory Authority: UK), and FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
 

Secure electronic records

Measured data, settings, and operation logs, are saved to a single encoded binary file. Encoded data in binary format offers a high level of security because it cannot be opened in most text editors.
If the data files are damaged or tampered with, SMARTDAC+ Standard Universal Viewer software will identify the nonconformity and notify the user accordingly.

Security data file transfer

SMARTDAC+ can automatically transfer data to an FTP server. FTPS, which encrypts data transferred via FTP using SSL, is also supported, allowing data files to be transferred safely.

SSL-based encryption

Electronic signature(data record signing) function

Measurement data can be displayed and confirmed on the GX/GP (only the data in the internal memory) or the SMARTDAC+ Standard Universal Viewer software, and an electronic signature can be applied to that data. Three levels of signature are available: operator, supervisor and quality control. The signature along with information such as pass/fail and comments can be saved to the data for review and audit.

*Electronic signature to the GM is possible only from the SMARTDAC+ Standard Software. Electronic signature cannot be applied through GM's web server.

Sign Record

Logical security

Data integrity requires that the right users have access to the right information.
SMARTDAC + can create users with various access privileges.

  • Four main security levels (two separate administrator roles, user and monitor user).
  • Up to 200 persons can be registered.
  • Process owners/ system owners can be given access rights to functionality appropriate to their role.
  • For the password, a minimum string length and a minimum policy complexity can be set.
  • Centralized management of user names and passwords using servers on the network is possible through ActiveDirectory.

Logical Security

Audit trail function

The SMARTDAC+ operation log is saved to a file along with measurement data.
When settings are changed, it is possible to record the reason for the change along with the setting change operation. In addition, checking the details of setting changes from "setting difference operation history" makes greatly reduces the data checking work during audits.

Audit trail function

 

Free dedicated software download

SMARTDAC+ Standard Software is possible to display measurement data, display the operation log, and configure the GX/GP/GM. It is also possible to sign in data using the SMARTDAC+ Standard Universal Viewer.

Universal Viewer software

The Universal Viewer software can display data files in various forms such as waveforms and numeric values. It can display and print not only measurement data but also alarm and message lists and operation logs. With the operation log, a comparison of the settings before the change and those after the change can be displayed, allowing you to check the changes in detail.
It is also possible to sign the data by entering the user name, user ID and password after confirming the measurement data. If the data has already been signed, you can sign at a different level after confirming the signature state on the screen.

Universal viewer

Hardware Configurator software

Hardware Configurator software allows for offline system configuration which can be imported via SD memory or external storage media as well as Ethernet communication. System settings can be printed in a table format to support GX /GP/GM system validation (IQ/OP/PQ).
In addition, a pair of selected setup data files can be compared, and their differences can be displayed and printed in table format.

Offline setting software

 

Validation documentation

Validation documentation (sold separately) is a validation protocol template that simplifies GX/GP/GM and SMARTDAC+ Standard system validation. The document is provided on the Yokogawa website as an MS Word file for easy editing.*

*The validation and document verification are the customer’s responsibility.

GX90XA : Analog input module

GX90XA

Specifications

Model GX90XA
Input type
(Inputs: 10)
DC voltage*1, standardized signal*1, thermocouple*1, RTD*2, DI*1, DC current (with external shunt resistor)*1, DC current*3, resistance*4
DCV 20 mV, 60 mV, 200 mV, 1 V, 2 V, 6 V, 20 V, 50 V, 100 V*5
Standard signal 0.4-2 V, 1-5 V
Resistance 20, 200, 2000 Ω
Thermocouple R, S, B, K, E, J, T, N, W, L, U, W97Re3-W75Re25, KpvsAu7Fe, Platinel 2, PR20-40, NiNiMo, W/WRe26, N(AWG14), XK GOST
RTD Pt100, JPt100, Cu10 GE, Cu10 L&N, Cu10 WEED, Cu10 BAILEY, Cu10 (20°C) α=0.00392, Cu10 (20°C) α=0.00393, Cu25 (0°C) α=0.00425, Cu53 (0°C) α=0.00426035, Cu100 (0°C) α=0.00425, J263B, Ni100 (SAMA), Ni100 (DIN), Ni120, Pt25, Pt50, Pt200 WEED, Cu10 GOST, Cu50 GOST, Cu100 GOST, Pt46 GOST, Pt100 GOST, PT500*4, PT1000*4
DI Level, Contact
DC current 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA
Scan intervals

1/2/5/10/20/50/100/200/500ms, 1/2/5s

Scan interval by type

Suffix code Scan interval
1ms 2ms 5ms 10ms 20ms 50ms 100ms 200ms 500ms 1s 2s 5s
-U2
-C1
-L1
-T1
-H0
-R1
-V1
Power supply and consumption Supplied from main unit, power consumption: 2 W or less
Insulation resistance Between input circuits and internal circuitry: 20 MΩ or greater (at 500 V DC)
Withstand voltage Between the input circuits and the internal circuitry: 3000 VAC for one minute (current input type and low withstand voltage type: 1500 VAC for one minute, high withstand voltage type: 3700 V AC for one minute)
Between analog input channels: 1000 V AC for one minute (excluding b terminals for universal input type) (low withstand voltage type: 400 VAC for one minute, high speed universal type: 3000 V AC for one minute)
Terminal types M3 screw terminals or clamp terminals
Weight Approx. 0.3 kg

*1 Cannot be set for the current input type (type suffix code: -C1) or 4-wire RTD/resistance type (type suffix code: -R1).

*2 Cannot be set for the current input type (type suffix code: -C1), electromagnetic relay type (type suffix code: -T1), low withstand voltage type (type suffix code: -L1) or high withstand voltage type (type suffix code: -V1).

*3 Can only be set with current input type (type suffix code: -C1).

*4 Can only be set with 4-wire RTD/resistance type (type suffix code: -R1).

*5 Can only be set with high speed universal type (type suffix code: -H0).

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix Code Description
GX90XA           Analog input module
Number of channels -04         4 channels (-H0 type only)
-06         6 channels (-R1 type only)
-10         10 channels (-C1, -L1, -U2, -T1, -V1)
Type -C1       Current, scanner type (isolated between channels)
-L1       Low withstand voltage DCV/TC/DI, scanner type (isolated between channels)
-U2       Universal, Solid state relay scanner type (3-wire RTD b-terminal common)
-T1       DCV/TC/DI, Electromagnetic relay scanner type (isolated between channels)
-H0       High speed universal, individual A/D type (isolated between channels)
-R1       4-wire RTD/resistance, scanner type (isolated between channels)
-V1       DCV/TC/DI, high withstand voltage scannertype (Isolated between channels)
- N     Always N
Terminal form -3   Screw terminal (M3)
-C   Clamp terminal
Area N General

GX90YA : Analog output module

GX90YA

Specifications

Model GX90YA
Output type (outputs: 4) Transmission output, manual output
Range 4–20 mA or 0–20 mA
Output update interval 100 msec (shortest)
Load resistance 600 Ω or less
Resolution 0.002%
Power supply and consumption Supplied from main unit, power consumption: 3W or less
Insulation resistance Between output circuits and internal circuitry: 20 MΩ (at 500 VDC)
Between output channel terminals: 500 VDC, 20 MΩ or greater
Withstand voltage Between output circuits and internal circuitry: 1500 AC for one minute
Between output circuits: 500 VAC for one minute
Terminal type M3 screw terminals or clamp terminals
Weight Approximately 0.2 kg

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix Code Description
GX90YA           Analog output module
Number of channels -04         4 channels
Type -C1       Current output (isolated between channels)
- N     Always N
Terminal form -3   Screw terminal (M3)
-C   Clamped terminals
Area N General

GX90XD : Digital input module

GX90XD

Specifications

Model GX90XD
Input types
(Inputs: 16)
  DI or pulse input*1 (Open collector or non-voltage contact)
ON/OFF detection Open collector: Voltage of 0.5 V DC or less when ON, leakage current of 0.5 mA or less when OFF
Non-voltage contact: Resistance of 200 Ω or less when ON, 50 kΩ when OFF
Contact rating 12 V DC, 20 mA or more
Power supply and consumption Supplied from main unit, power consumption: 0.7 W or less
Insulation resistance Between input terminals and internal circuitry: 20 MΩ or greater (at 500 V DC)
Withstand voltage Between input terminals and internal circuitry: 1500 V AC for one minute
Terminal types M3 screw terminals or clamp terminals
Weight Approx. 0.3 kg

Pulse input specifications*1

Counting system The rising edge of the pulse is counted.
Max. pulse period 250Hz (The chattering filter : OFF)
125Hz (The chattering filter : ON)
Minimum detection pulse width Low (close), High (open), both is 2 ms or more
Pulse detection period 1ms
Pulse measurement accuracy ± 1 pulse
Pulse count interval Measurement interval

Filter

The chattering filter can be switched On/Off. (When the chattering filter is off, connect GX/GP so that it is not affected by the noise.)

*1 Integration requires the math function (optional code /MT).

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix Code Description
GX90XD           Digital input module
Number of channels -16         16 channels
Type -11       Open collector/Non-voltage, contact (shared common), Rated 5 VDC
- N     Always N
Terminal form -3   Screw terminal (M3)
-C   Clamp terminal
Area N General

GX90YD : Digital output module

GX90YD

Specifications

Model GX90YD
Output types (outputs: 6) Relay contact (c contact)
Rated load voltage 100 to 240 V AC or 5 to 24 V DC
Max. load voltage/current 264 VAC or 26.4 VDC, 3A/point (resistance load)
Power supply and consumption Supplied from main unit, power consumption: 1.4 W or less
Insulation resistance Between output terminals and internal circuitry: 20 MΩ (at 500 VDC)
Withstand voltage Between output terminals and internal circuitry: 3000 V AC for one minute
Terminal types M3 screw terminals
Weight Approx. 0.3 kg

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix Code Description
GX90YD           Digital output module
Number of channels -06         6 channels
Type -11       Relay, SPDT(NO-C-NC)
- N     Always N
Terminal form -3   Screw terminal (M3)
Area N General

GX90EX : Expansion module

GX90EX

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix Code Description
GX90EX          I/O expansion module
Port -02       2 Ports
Type -TP1     Twisted pair cable
- N   Always N
Area -N Standard accessories

GX90WD : Digital input/output module

GX90WD

Specifications

Model  GX90WD
Input types
(Inputs: 8)
  DI or pulse input*1 (Open collector or non-voltage contact)
ON/OFF detection Open collector : Voltage of 0.5 V DC or less when ON, leakage current of 0.5 mA or less when OFF
Non-voltage contact : Resistance of 200 Ω or less when ON, 50 kΩ when OFF
Contact input rating 12 VDC, 20 mA or more
Output type (outputs: 6)   Relay contact (C contact)
Rated load voltage When connected to the main circuit (fi rst-order power supply), 150 VAC or less
When connected to a circuit derived from the main circuit (second-order power supply), 250 VAC or less (the main circuit is 300 VAC or less and uses an isolated transformer) or 30 VDC or less
Max. load current 2 A (DC)/2 A (AC), resistive load
Power consumption 1.9 W or less
Insulation resistance Between input terminals and internal circuitry: 20 MΩ or greater (at 500 VDC)
Between output terminals and internal circuitry: 20 MΩ or greater (at 500 VDC)
Withstand voltage Between input terminals and internal circuitry: 1500 VAC for one minute
Between output terminals and internal circuitry: 3000 VAC for one minute
Terminal types M3 screw terminals
Weight Approx. 0.3 kg

Each unit (GX/GP main unit and expandable I/O), can use 1 module only.

Pulse input specifications*1

Counting system The rising edge of the pulse is counted.
Max. pulse period 250Hz (The chattering filter : OFF)
125Hz (The chattering filter : ON)
Minimum detection pulse width Low (close), High (open), both is 2 ms or more
Pulse detection period 1ms
Pulse measurement accuracy ± 1 pulse
Pulse count interval Measurement interval

Filter

The chattering filter can be switched On/Off. (When the chattering filter is off, connect GX/GP so that it is not affected by the noise.)

*1 Integration requires the math function (optional code /MT).

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix Code Description
GX90WD           Digital input/output module
Number of channels -0806         8 channel DIs, 6 channel DOs
Type -01       Open collector/non-voltage contact (shared common), rated 5 VDC; Relay, SPDT, (NO-C-NC)
- N     Always N
Terminal form -3   Screw terminal (M3)
Area N General

GX90XP : Pulse input module

GX90XP

Specifications

Model GX90XP
Number of inputs 10
Measurement interval 100 ms (shortest)
Input type Contact (open collector, voltage-free contact), level (5 V logic)
Input range Up to 20 kHz*
* 30 Hz when the chattering filter is in use (On)
Minimum detection pulse width 25 μs*
* 15 ms when the chattering filter is in use (On)
Measurement accuracy Count ± 1 pulse
During integration, the following accuracies are added.
Upon MATH start: +1 measuring period
Upon MATH stop: -1 measuring period
* Integration requires the math function (optional code /MT).
Chattering filter Removes chattering up to 5 ms (can be turned on/off on each channel)
Hysteresis width Approx. 0.2 V
Contact, transistor rating Contact: 15 V DC or higher and 30 mA or higher rating.
Minimum applicable load current 1 mA or less.
Transistor: With the following ratings: Vce > 15 VDC, Ic > 30 mA
Maximum input voltage ±10 V DC
Insulation resistance Between input terminals and internal circuitry:
20 MΩ or greater at 500 V DC
Withstand voltage Between input terminals and internal circuitry: 1500 V AC for 1 minute

 

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix code Description
GX90XP           Pulse input module
Number of channels -10         10 channels
Type -11       DC voltage/open collector/non-voltage contact (shared common), rated 5 VDC
N     Always N
Terminal form -3   Screw terminal (M3)
-C   Clamp terminal
Area N General

GX90UT : PID control module

GX90UT

Specifications

Model GX90UT
Control loops Number of loops 2
Analog input (measured input) Measured points 2
Measurement type DC voltage (DCV)/standardized signal, TC/RTD, DI (LEVEL and non-voltage contact)/DC current (with external shunt resistance)
Scan (control) interval 100 ms or 200 ms (system global setting)
Analog output (control output/transmission output/sensor power supply) Outputs 2
Output type Power supply for current, voltage pulse, or sensors.
Current output: 4-20 mA or 0-20 mA
Voltage pulse output: ON voltage = 12 VDC or more (load resistance 600 Ω or more), OFF voltage = 0.1 VDC or less
Can be used as a sensor power supply (13.0-18.3 VDC)
Digital input (switching the SP, operation mode, etc.) Inputs 8
Input format Non-voltage contact and open collector
Contact rating: 12 VDC or more, 20 mA or more
Digital output (of alarms, events, etc.) Outputs 8
Output format Open collector (sink type)
Output contact capacity Max 24 VDC, 50 mA
Withstand voltage/insulation resistance See PID control module general specifications (GS 04L51B01-31EN)
Terminal type M3 screw terminals
Weight Approximately 0.3kg

Model and Suffix Codes

Model Suffix Code Description
GX90UT           PID control module
Number of loops -02         2 loops
Type -11       8 DIs, 8 DOs
N     Always N
Terminal form -3   Screw terminals (M3)
Area N General

【Support Information】List of Verified SD Memory Cards (SD Cards)

The SD cards of the following manufacturers have been verified for use with SMARTDAC+ GX/GP/GM, μR10000/μR20000 and FX1000. However, please note that Yokogawa does not guarantee normal operation of the SD card when using with products listed below.

【Support Information】List of Verified USB Barcode Reader

The USB barcode reader of the following manufacturers have been verified for use with the SMARTDAC+ GX/GP series, DXAdvanced series. However, please note that Yokogawa does not guarantee normal operation of the USB barcode reader when using with products listed below.

【Support Information】List of RoHS

This is a list of recorder and controller products that support the RoHS (2011/65/EU) directive.

【Support Information】New Legislative Framework (NLF) Conforming Products

This is a list of recorder and controller products that support the New Legislative Framework (NLF.)

【Support Information】Display Language Support List for Recorders

List of languages ​​that can be set for each model.

Overview:

Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company has launched an experimental vegetable factory to encourage farmers in the prefecture to enter into that business. The 80 square meter vegetable factory engages in hydroponics, and uses 100% artificial lighting. Located at Nanjo City in the southern part of Okinawa island, the facility holds six levels of beds dedicated to raising greens like romaine and leaf lettuce.

Overview:

S&B Sankyo uses the GX20 Paperless Recorder to monitor temperature and pressure in a food processing plant's sterilization process.

Industries:
Overview:

Performing control while changing the set point temperature moment by moment is called running a program pattern (or simply running a program). Sterilization and pasteurization require maintaining specific temperatures for specific durations. 

Industries:
Overview:

SMARTDAC+ GX series records the clean room temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, door openings and closings, etc.

Overview:

By using the Multibatch function (an option added with SMARTDAC+), you can efficiently record data from multiple devices onto a single SMARTDAC+.

Overview:

The sterilization temperature prior to the filling process is monitored in the field or office. The temperature data is recorded in an external storage medium.

Overview:

By using the computation function of the SMARTDAC+ series Paperless recorder GX/GP, computation option computes the "F-value," or sterilizing value for the sterilization process, so that the computation results can be recorded in the form of data.

Overview:

The SMARTDAC+ GX Series monitor furnace temperature in tunnel kiln furnaces and the like using Faceplate and Trend screens that come as standard features.

Industries:
Overview:

The GX20 and GX90UT offer an average value computation function making it ideal for controlling temperature and other fluctuating phenomena. The operating status can be controlled in real time, providing operating cost reductions.

Overview:

The SMARTDAC+ GX is an ideal instrument for program control of a vacuum heat treatment furnace, and recording of subsequent data. A screen is available for monitoring of the program status.

Overview:
  • For remote monitoring (of temperature, pressure, and flow volume), installing the SMARTDAC+ GM in the plant and the SMARTDAC+ GX in the office provides for a scalable, pc-free on-site data monitoring solution.
  • You can centralize management of large quantities of data by automatically transferring acquired data to a FTP server.
Overview:
  • Universal inputs provide support for thermocouple, RTD, voltage, and a variety of other input signals.
  • Lineup of models for up to 450 inputs.
    Allows multipoint monitoring and recording on a single unit.
  • Easily enables network-based data management. 
    file transfers, Web monitoring, and alarm e-mail
Overview:

Continuous technology improvement is ongoing in the pulp & paper industry to obtain the best possible performance. The improved plant performance translates to the higher quality improvement and lower cost, and simultaneously environmental friendly plant operation.

Industries:
Overview:

Pressure measurement of tubeless tyres to monitor the air loss is one of the key performance tests in the tyre manufacturing units. Relocation of tyres from one testing rack to the other for various tests and frequent movement of the testing setup for conditional tests to various locations calls for cable free implementation for ease of handling.

Industries:
Overview:

Multi-touch technologies have rapidly moved from the commercial to the industrial sector where they are being used to enhance data analysis.

No, you cannot delete marks added by a recorder main unit that uses the advanced security function.
The GX/GP is an Ethernet/IP communication adapter (server). The communication channel function (/MC) is required when the PLC writes data to the GX/GP. If the PLC only reads GX/GP I/O channel and other data, the communication channel function (/MC) i...
No, the customer would need to order the GX90WD separately, and then install it into the GX/GP themselves.
No. To connect an existing GX20 with the ISA100 field wireless device, use a field wireless gateway.
The FAIL output from the FAIL terminal (suffix code /FL) is deenergized during a CPU abnormality or when the power is OFF, and operates so that NO-Com is open, and NC-Com is closed. During normal operation, it is energized, and NO-Com is closed and N...
Yes. The GX20/GP20 standard type can save up to 500 files (display and/or event files). The large capacity model can save up to 1000 files.
When both tag text and numbers are set, the tag numbers get precedence. To display the tag text, you'll need to delete the tag numbers.
The RS-232 connector screws are imperial. The D-Sub 9-pin connector on the main unit side is male.
No. Alarm levels 1-4 are settings for alarm type (upper limit, lower limit, etc.), alarm value, and other parameters. You can set alarm levels 1-4 independently.
SLMP communication errors appearing in yellow are all error code responses from the PLC side. ERROR 4031 is a “CPU device specification” error. Check whether the specified device is within the range. Note that SLMP device start numbers ar...
Integration continues, but its behavior changes depending on the Watchdog timer settings. For example, if using a preset value with the Watchdog timer, integration uses the preset value. If the Watchdog timer is not used, integration uses the previou...
Yes, with 4 high speed universal analog input modules and the GX20-2 (large memory model). * At a scan interval of 1 ms, one module of the high speed universal measures 1 channel. (Scan interval 2 ms: 2 channels/module, scan interval 5 ms or more: 4 ...
Yes. Under Screen change > Settings > Program control settings, turn Detailed settings upon start ON. When starting a program pattern run, you can set the start delay time.
The number of channels that you can set per group for SMARTDAC+ GX/GP series is as follows. GX20/GP20: Up to 20 GX10/GP10: Up to 10
For the analog input module's universal method, ±50 VDC, and for the high speed universal method, ±100 VDC.
Yes. Under Screen change > Settings > Control settings > OUT settings, turn the Output limit switch ON.
You have to set the PID selection method to External selection under Screen change > Settings > Control settings > Control basic setting > Control loops.
Three items are required: ・The MATH option (/MT) on the GX/GP ・A printer that supports the HP PCL5c language, and that can print on Port 9100 over a LAN. ・The free report template builder, available for download *Log-in Required ...
You can access it from the Help menu in the report template builder.
Select Screen change > Save Load > Load settings > Program pattern.
Yes. ・Under System settings > Internal switch settings, set the internal switch type to Manual. ・Under Event action, set the event type to Match time timer, and the action type to Internal switch. ・Under Control event action, set the types to Inte...
When writing I/O channel data using SLMP communications, specify channels within the same module for the first and last channels of the SLMP communication command. When writing data from multiple modules, use different command numbers for each module...
On Windows 10, the file association for WAV files is not Windows Media Player. Use the following procedure to change the file association to Windows Media Player. Setting > System Default apps > Choose default apps by file type ...
You can use the DARWIN Compatible Communication function. You must configure your SMARTDAC+ GX/GP the same as DARWIN. For available commands, see “Using the DARWIN Compatible Communication Function (Release number 2 and later)” in user...
The following programs are available. SMARTDAC+ STANDARD Universal Viewer SMARTDAC+ STANDARD Hardware Configurator You can use SMARTDAC+ STANDARD Universal Viewer to display and print the following types of data that are generated by recorders....
If you attempt to eject an external media while writing to it, the file writing process stops partway through. From the memory summary screen, select the file and save. Before ejecting media, check the media icon and SD memory card LED to make sure t...
The alarm is only enabled when you set Alarm basic settings = Hold. For details, see “Changing the Display Settings on the Browser” in user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN). ...
Enable the GX/GP SMTP client function, and then configure email options. For details, see section 1.17, “Configuring the Ethernet Communication Function” in user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN). ...
Start your web browser, and then in the address box, type “http://” followed by the IP address of the GX/GP. The GX/GP screen appears. For details, see “Web Application” in the first step guide (IM 04L51B01-02EN). ...
The following is an example in which settings are saved to the SD memory card under file name “SF1.” Go to MENU key > Browse tab > Save load > Menu Save settings > Setting parameters. Tap Media kind > SD, and then enter the...
The display data settings are found in: MENU key > Browse tab > Setting > Setting menu > Recording Settings > Basic settings. From there, perform the following steps. Tap File type > Display. Tap Save. The recording interval s...
This requires a DO output module. The following is an example in which the DO output module is installed into slot 1, and DO output is performed at alarm level 1 on DO channel 1. If your module is already installed, you must reconfigure it. Set alarm...
If using the product's reference junction compensation function with GX90XA module thermocouple inputs, do not install a "GX90XA-10-C1" mA module or "GX90WD" digital input module into the slot to the right* of the GX90XA modul...
You can set the measurement conditions by reconfiguring (module detection). Do not reconfigure while recording is starting. When reconfiguring, do not do any of the following. Turn the power ON/OFF Insert or remove modules For details, see &ldq...
Under Email, tap “Mail start” to enable the email transmission function. Tap the Universal tab and then E-Mail start.
The available types are as follows. Alarm Notification Mail Power Failure Notification Mail Memory Full Notification Mail System Error Notification Mail Periodic Notification Mail Report Notification Mail (for the math function (/MT option)) ...
Yes. To configure display group settings, on the View menu, click Display Group Setting. Or, click the Display Group Setting button. Use Scale (max, min) to zoom the scale in or out. For details, see section 3.1.2, “Setting Display Group Detail...
The following types, which have a built-in Ethernet interface. iQ-R series: RnCPU, RnENCPU Q series: QnUDVCPU, QnUDE(H)CPU, QnUDPVCPU L series: L02CPU(-P), L06CPU(-P), L26CPU(-P), L26CPU(-P)BT Note that the Communication channel function (/MC ...
It rounds to one digit lower than the display digit. In this example, 0.74 is rounded to 0.7.
This is an example with a report file type of “hourly + daily.” If the file to create is “combine,” you need the “hourly + daily” template. If it is “separate,” you need separate “hourly” an...
Set the alarm type to delay upper limit, or delay lower limit. For details, see section 1.2.2, “Setting Alarms” in user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN). ...
Install the 32-bit version of Java Runtime even if you're using Windows 64-bit (even 64-bit Windows comes standard with Internet Explorer 32-bit). If you install Java Runtime 32-bit and waveforms and other items do not display correctly, you may ...
Common writes messages to all groups. Separate writes messages to only the displayed groups. Note that even when the write method is Separate, messages will be written to all groups if no group-related screens are being displayed (such as the overvie...
E011 appears when the version of Hardware Configurator is old, or does not support the main unit's firmware version. Check the version, and if old, upgrade it. You can download the latest version of the software on the Help tab under “Web t...
This only happens during FTP, and the time stamp will be correct after download. This may be a Windows related issue. See the Microsoft website.
It depends on the PC you are using, but you may be able to prevent the message from appearing by adding the URL of the recorder to "Trusted sites" in Windows Explorer. On the Internet Explorer Tools menu, select Internet Options > Sec...
The following numbers are displayed in blue and black in the numeric display area when historical trends are displayed. Blue: the maximum/minimum values of the data of the overall waveform currently being displayed (on screen). Black: Maximum/minimu...
Category classifications differ depending on the suffix codes. If neither the MATH nor custom display is added, it's category 3. If either the MATH or the custom display is added, it’s category 5.
When using event data, set both "Display data, trend waveform" and "Event data" to the recording channels.
You can’t clear the alarm summary directly, but you can initialize the internal memory, including the measured data, and that will clear the alarm summary. In the user's manual, see section 1.29.1, “Initializing Settings and the Inter...
Other than changing the range, check the display groups and channels set for recording. In the user's manual, see sections 1.10.2, "Setting Display Groups" and 1.12.2, “Configuring Recording Channels." ...
If you change the user name, the password is reset. If you log in with the default password the password change screen appears and you can change to a unique password. For the default password, see section 2.3, “Logging In and Out" in IM ...
As long as the unit is not in the middle of writing to the SD memory card, you can eject the card with no problem, even during recording. Data being recorded while the SD memory card is not inserted is saved to the recorder’s internal memory. ...
The GX/GP requires no main unit option specification. The GX90XD digital input module or GX90WD digital input/output module is required.
The GX/GP requires no main unit option specification. The GX90XD digital input module or GX90WD digital input/output module is required.
Data being recorded is saved at the gradually adjusted time. The time of data that are already files are not corrected.
The smallest displayed digit is rounded according to the digit to its right.
You can do this with an event action. For the settings, see section 1.19.2, “Event Action Setting Example" in the user’s manual. Note that to operate a controller with contact ON/OFF, you must set the operation mode of the digital i...
Yes. Write to SMARTDAC+ GX/GP hold register 409001. 1: Record start 2: Record stop
Yes. Read input register 308001. 0: Recording stopped 1: Recording
Yes, with one of the following two methods. ・The Link All File function connects the connectable files in the folder of the currently open file. Place only the data that you want to connect in a separate folder, and then connect. ・In the "Search...
No, but GTD and GTE files are in text format, so you can open them in a text editor.
Use the cursor to select before and after the message, and then on the Edit menu, select Delete Mark.
Yes. Under File > Print settings, set Print direction to Horizontal.
Yes. Select Information > File Information, and then under File basic information, select or clear the check boxes.
You can connect and display files that were divided due to such things as the recorder's auto save or a power failure. However, files that were manually stopped cannot be connected and displayed.
For data acquired when the GX/GP signing type is “Batch units," sign all data files saved from recording start to recording stop together. Check whether you’ve placed all measured data files from recording start to recording stop in ...
The version of Universal Viewer you are using might be older than the recorder you are using. Try updating Universal Viewer to the latest version.
That kind of thing can happen If you set the input range on an unwired channel to TC or DC voltage (1 V or less, when open between input terminals). Set the range of unwired channels to “Skip," or short between terminals.
Yes. On version R3.01.01 or later, there is a waveform superimpose function. For operating instructions and other information, see the user’s manual. SMARTDAC+ Standard Universal Viewer user’s manual ...
Yes, on the menu, select Display > Channel name, and then select "Tag No." or "Tag Comment."
The function is the same, but the number of outputs differs. The “FAIL/chart paper end detected, and output (/F1)" of the µR10000/µR20000 has 2 outputs, whereas the “Fail output (/FL)"of the GX/GP has 1. For 2 output...
The function is the same, but the number of outputs differs. The “FAIL/status output relay (/F1)" of the DX1000/DX2000 has 2 outputs, whereas the “Fail output (/FL)"of the GX/GP has 1. For 2 outputs, add the GX90YD or GX90WD, so...
A GX90EX I/O expansion module comes with the GX60 expansion unit, but you'll need to add a GX90EX to the GX/GP main unit.
Dummy covers come for empty slots on the GX/GP, but not for the GX60 expansion unit. Spare covers are available for purchase: PN B8740CZ.
The GX90XD digital input module is pulled up to approximately 5 VDC/1 kΩ. THe GX90XP pulse input module is pulled up to approximately 5 VDC/5 kΩ. See "Installation and Wiring" in "First Step Guide" (IM 04L51B01-02EN). ...
You can change the web application channel display format by clicking the Display Format button. See section 3.1.4, "Monitoring GX/GP data and operating the GX/GP from the monitoring screen" in the user's manual. ...
Only monitor users can log in to the web application of the enhanced security function. Administrators and general users cannot. To log in to the web application screen, register a monitor user. See section 1.3.3, "User Levels" in IM 04L51B...
For the GX20/GP20: Analog input modules are installed in slots 0-4. Digital input and output modules are installed in slots 5-9. If ordering both digital input and output modules, the input modules are installed first (in the smallest-numbered slots)...
Check the following items. Whether the IP addresses of the recorder and PC are set. Whether the LAN cable is correctly connected. In particular, whether it is connected to the recorder's internal LAN board rather than the GX90EX expansion mod...
Navigate to MENU > Screen change > Logs > FTP, check the contents of the log, then perform the corrective action under "FTP client related errors" in section 5.2 of the user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN), "Troubleshooting.&q...
The web application maintains a buffer for holding historical trend data. The buffer can hold 3600 data points per channel. Also, you can click the Get historical trend data icon and change the region of data that the buffer holds. For details, see &...
1) Install the GX90EX expansion module into one of the following slots.   GX10, GP10: Slot 2 (1st slot on the left when facing the back)   GX20, GP20: Slot 9 (1st slot on the left, upper row, when facing the back) 2) Set the GX90E...
Yes. Under File > Print settings, set Waveform print settings to Multiple pages, then you can change the grid (waveform printing grid) spacing along the time axis. When Waveform print settings are set to "1 page," the waveform printing g...
You can use an STP LAN cable of category 5 or higher. You can use either a straight or cross cable.
Only the time can be displayed on the GX/GP main unit, but you can select an elapsed time display on Universal Viewer.
Yes. The channels appear in the order that you specify when adding them to groups under Display settings > Group settings > Channel settings. The order of specified channels is shown by the small number in the lower right of the selected channe...
The reference screen button is unavailable in cases where screens that are supposed to be displayed don’t exist, such as when a display group registered in the reference screen is disabled. Re-register the reference screen. For instructions, s...
DI1-DI8 are channel numbers 01-08, and D01-D06 are channel numbers 09-14.
Yes. In SMARTDAC+ Standard Universal Viewer, select Convert > Convert data, and specify a number of “Steps.” Ex.) To filter data recorded every second and output only the data recorded every minute, specify 60 steps.
Yes. You can use SMARTDAC+ Standard Universal Viewer to convert it to Microsoft Excel format. To convert to Excel format, in Universal Viewer, on the “Convert” menu, click “Data to”. SMARTDAC+ Standard Universal Viewer *Log-...
Yes. When you install the report template builder, a Sample Template folder is created in the installation directory. Please see the files in that folder. Ex.) Windows 7 32-bit: C:¥Program Files¥Yokogawa Electric Corporation¥SMARTDAC+ Re...
A simulator function is included with the report template builder software. For instructions, see the user's manual in the Help menu.
With a module installed, the depths from the panels are as follows. GX10: Up to 225 mm GX20: Up to 220 mm See the GX10/GX20 specifications. ...
In the status display area of the upper part of the screen, there is an upper body-shaped icon that you can check for the user lock status. If the user lock icon background is light grey, there is still a system administrator who can log in. Log...
Select USB memory. The Media operation screen appears. Tap the Memory save Data save icon. The Memory summary / Save screen appears. Press MENU. The menu screen appears. Tap the Context tab. Data save icons appear. Tap data save icon to save. T...
You can use the Scaling function to measure flow. The following is an example using main unit slot 1, channel 1 (0101), with an input signal of 1–5 VDC at 0.0–100.0 m3/h. Go to MENU key > Browse tab > Setting >Setting menu > A...
Compared to the electromagnetic relay scanner type, the semiconductor relay scanner type (suffix code /U2) has high resistance, and although it may be affected by noisy environments, it can be used semipermanently at high speeds. Compared to the semi...
If the suffix code is /CRXY, "X " is the number of GX90XDs installed in the GX/GP main unit, and "Y " is the number of GX90YDs installed. Suffix code /CR11 indicates that one GX90XD digital input module and one GX90YD are pre-inst...
Please check your web browser's display magnification. If other than 100%, the display may look strange.
It is possible the unit does not recognize the new module. Press Menu > Screen Change > Initialization > Reconfiguration, then try to enter the range settings again.
Suffix code /UC10 indicates that the GX90XA-10-U2N-3N is pre-installed in the GX/GP main unit.
Yes, using an event action.
No. Only one module option can be selected (either suffix code /Uxxx or suffix code /CRxx). If you need to add more modules, please order them separately. Note that if you do add additional modules, you must reconfigure the system.
Yes. They are available as accessories. 10 Ω (model 438922), 100 Ω (model 438921), and 250 Ω (model 438920) are available. For inquiries about purchases, contact us at the following. Purchase inquiries ...
Yes. For inquiries about purchases, contact us at the following. Purchase inquiries
For inquiries about purchases, contact us at the following. Purchase inquiries
The GX is a panel mount type. The GP is a portable type.
Turn OFF the media FIFO function. If the media FIFO function is ON, files older than the 1000th-oldest file are automatically deleted.
Use the SD card icon on the screen to check this. If 10% or less of free space remains, the icon turns red.
If the channel's range is DI, you can use a character string for the screen display.
Yes. With the Event/Action function, you can set an action to "Switch display group" or "Display favorite screen" and set the event to an alarm or a remote signal.
Yes, the procedure is as follows. Press MENU. Tap the media eject icon. On the screen for selecting the type of media, tap SD. Remove the SD memory card. For details, see “Basic Operation” in the first step guide (IM 04L51B01-02EN...
Yes. Set the length to something longer than 1 day, and set a match time timer of 0 hr 00 mm. Next, make the match time timer an event, and set saving of display data as an action. For setting examples, see section 1.19, "Configuring the Event A...
We have validated operation using 8 GB and 16 GB cards. Please see the SD memory cards that have been validated. List of Verified SD Memory Cards (SD Cards) ...
If you increase the number of assigned channels to one group (not only on the GX20), lack of space can result in some characters being truncated. To view the tag numbers, double-tap the numeric display in the trend screen to display "Channel Inf...
Yes. There is a bias value setting on the corresponding AI channel. Set this value to -1.0°C.
Yes. The main unit detects whether measured data was saved to the SD card. If automatic saving to the SD card is turned ON, any unsaved measured data is saved when you reinsert the SD card.
If you only want to read data via Modbus/TCP, you do not need an option. However to write data you will need the communication channel option (suffix code: /MC).
For models other than the SMARTDAC+ GX/GP series, please check the following. List of models that support software *Look at the "SMARTDAC+ STANDARD Universal Viewer" column in the table. ...
For instruments that support RoHS 10 restricted substances, see GS 04A01A01-02EN. For instruments that support RoHS 6 restricted substances, see GS 04A01A01-00EN. ...
Yes. It is available as an accessory. The part number is B8740BZ. For inquiries about purchases, contact us at the following. Purchase inquiries ...
In addition to the GX/GP series, the Universal viewer can display files created on existing models (the DX, DXP, CX, and MV series). It also supports display and signing (electronic signatures) of files from Part 11-compliant models. For details, se...
The number of channels that can be displayed per group is as follows. GX20/GP20: 20 channels GX10/GP10: 10 channels
The number of channels that can be displayed in the overview is as follows. GX20/GP20: 100 channels GX10/GP10: 30 channels
On the SMARTDAC+ GX20/GP20, channels exceeding the 100th channel are not displayed. (GX10/GP10: 30 channels) AI, DI, DO channels are given priority, and then MATH channels are displayed in any remaining positions.
Yes. The digital input module remote function corresponds to that.
Yes. For details, see the user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ◊2.2.4 "Displaying the Multi Panel (GX20/GP20 Only)." User's Manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ...
3600 points worth of data can be displayed. When the sampling interval is 1 second, 1 hour's worth can be displayed. For details, see the user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ◊3.1.4 "Monitoring the GX/GP Data." User's Manual (I...
First Step Guide (IM 04L51B01-02EN) ◊See "Wiring" under Installation and Wiring. First Step Guide (IM 04L51B01-02EN)
It depends on the mode. In 10 ch mode, measurement can occur on CH1-CH10; in 2 ch mode, CH1-CH2. In 10 ch mode, A/D integral time is fixed at 1.67, and measured values (especially with temperature measurements from thermocouples) may fluctuate becaus...
Yes. However, this requires the communication channel option (suffix code: /MC).
Yes. For details, see the user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ◊2.2.6 "Writing Freehand Messages." User's Manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ...
No, it cannot. The computation interval is the same as the specified scan interval. For scan interval settings, see the user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ◊1.7 "Setting Measurement Conditions." User's Manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ...
Files consist of "information other than sampled data," and "sampled data." For details on calculations, see the user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ◊Appendix 1, "File Size of Display Data and Event Data." User'...
Any printers that support the HP-PCL5* printer language can be used. We are currently validating the following 4 models. HP: M451dn BROTHER: HL-3170CDW KYOCERA: FS-C5250DN OKI: C531dn *HP-PCL5: Page symbol language used by Hewlett-Packard &n...
When the Media FIFO function is ON: Up to 1000. When the Media FIFO function is OFF: No limit. * Media FIFO function: During Auto Save, if there is no available space on media, the oldest files are overwritten by the newest ones. ...
No. Only report files and snapshots can be printed directly from the main unit. You can print measured data from the Universal viewer software.
Yes. You can access the main unit via FTP, output a list of files and folders on the unit's external memory medium (SD memory card), and transfer, delete, or perform other operations on those files. *For access from a web browser, enter "ftp...
The following files can be displayed. Display data files Event data files TLOG data files Report data files (including hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, batch, custom daily, user) Manual sample data files Note, it can also load and display fil...
Approximately 5400 days. A quick calculation with 12 bytes/ch (display data) and time data 16 bytes/sample is as follows: 12 × 4 + 16 = 64 bytes 1000 M/64 = 15.6 M times 15.6 M × 30 sec Approx. 5400 days ...
Yes. They can be viewed with waveforms in the historical trend display. You can also view them with the Universal viewer software.
You can use a flash memory of up to 2 TB.
SD memory cards. You can also manually save the data to USB flash memories.
No. Text files are saved in either text or binary format. You can select the file saving format in one of the following ways. Main unit: MENU key >[Screen change]tab > [Settings] > Settings menu [Data save settings] Web browser: [Settin...
Snapshots are saved in PNG format.
Yes, the MATH option supports Tetens' formula. You can calculate the saturated water vapor pressure while measuring the temperature.
E001 appears when the version of Hardware Configurator is old, or does not support the main unit's firmware version. Check the version of Hardware Configurator, and if old, upgrade using the web download service.
No. You can distinguish files by the specified string and batch name (batch number - lot number).
Erorr 211 occurs when Alarm settings, Report settings, Scheduled settings, or System settings are not configured in the email sending condition settings.
On an advanced security (/AS) model, only monitor users can log in to an FTP server. Set up log in via communications, and then register a monitor user. For details, see section 1.3.3, "User Levels" and 2.2, "Registering Users and Sett...
The causes of this message appearing are as follows. When jumping from the alarm summary to a historical trend, recorded data is not found in internal memory When jumping from the message summary to a historical trend, recorded data is not found ...
Yes. For details, see "Alarm Sound" in section 3.1.7, "Changing the Display Settings on the Browser" in user's manual IM 04L51B01-01EN. ...
Add approval information using the signature privileges that existed before you changed them.
Yes. The SMARTDAC+ GX/GP/GM can perform Modbus communications with up to 4 sequencers.
Yes. See section 1.22, "Listing Files That Are on the External Storage Medium" in the user's manual. Note that directories (folders) cannot be deleted. User's Manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ...
For an advanced security (/AS) model, log in to the mobile web application as the “Monitor” user. Set up the “Monitor” user on the GX/GP ahead of time.
On the menu of Universal Viewer, select File > Print Settings. In the Print Settings dialog box, change the Y Axis Column Num setting.
This is possible. This requires option /MC (communication channel function), and either /C3 (RS-422/485) or /C2 (RS-232).
When a report file is created, or when recording stops.
First, install the expansion module into slot 9 (GX20/GP20) or slot 2 (GX10/GP10). Turn the power to the GX/GP main unit and the expansion module OFF before inserting the expansion module into the GX/GP, and before setting dip switches. For details, ...
Yes, it's part number B8740CZ. You can order from participating dealers.
It displays the unit number (00–06) and error code. If “Fx” appears, servicing is required. In that case, please contact representative from whom you purchased the product. For details, see section 5.2 Troubleshooting “Ex...
The channel name is composed of the unit number, slot number, and channel number. For example, a channel name of “0101” means unit number 0 (main unit), slot number 1, and channel number 01. For details, see “Installation and Wiring...
For screw type terminals, we recommend using crimp-on lugs with insulation sleeves (M4 for power supply wiring, M3 for signal wiring). For details, see “Installation and Wiring” in the first step guide (IM 04L51B01-02EN). ...
They include the mounting bracket (GX only), SD memory card, tag plate, stylus, and the printed edition of the first step guide. For details, see "Standard Accessories" in the first step guide (IM 04L51B01-02EN). ...
Yes, they are: display data files (*.GDS、*.GSD), event data files (*.GEV、*.GSE), report data files (*.GRE), and manual sample data files (*.GMN). For details, see user's manual IM 04L61B01-01EN. ...
The English version of Windows is recommended. Use one of the following operating systems. Windows 7 (32-bit) Windows 7 (64-bit) Windows 8 Windows 2008 Server (32-bit) Windows 2008 Server R2 (64-bit) Windows 2012 Server With Japanese Window...
You can download these items from the Partner Portal member site *Log-in Required. You must register (free) to use Partner Portal.
You can read data via SLMP communications. Set up the data registers and other communication conditions on the GX. For details, see user's manual IM 04L51B01-21EN. ...
Please refer to “Installation and Wiring” in the First Step Guide (IM 04L51B01-02EN).
The GX90EX expansion module is not installed in the correct position. Install the GX10/GP10 in slot 2. Install the GX20/GP20 in slot 9.
For user number 1, the default user ID is blank (no ID), and the default password is “User001”. For details, see section 2.3.1, “Logging In” in user's manual IM 04L51B01-05EN. ...
This might be related to the Java security level. Take the following actions. Method 1 Click Start > All programs > Java > Configure Java > Security. Change the security level to "Medium. " If this does not resolve the ...
Check the amount of free space on the SD memory card, or switch to an empty SD memory card.
Analog input modules are installed in the bottom slots 0-4, starting with 0. Digital I/O modules are installed in the top slots 5-9, starting with 5. The DI takes priority when installing.
The web application uses Java to display trends and other monitors. Trends and other monitors cannot be displayed correctly in some network environments (see the figure below), but this can be corrected by changing the settings shown below. Note that...
When launching the web application, the certificate used for the application's digital signature is automatically checked for expiration. If it's taking several minutes, it is possible that the expiration check is failing, regardless of wheth...
A scale cannot be displayed if the channel is set to only record event data. To display a scale, set the recording channel for display data.
Yes, you can use the SMARTDAC+ Excel report simulator. This simulator outputs a simulated report using a GX/GP setting file and record template file. Viewing the test file helps you check for errors in your template (formatting, spelling, etc.). It c...
Yes, with the FTP server function. See section 3.3, "Accessing the Measurement Data File on the GX/GP from a PC (FTP Server Function)" in the user's manual. User's Manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN) ...
If you load a data file that includes a freehand signature in the Universal viewer, you can view the freehand signature in the Image Mark dialog box. Also, an "Image bar" and "Image button" are displayed above the waveform display...
Yes. Output to printers is performed using report templates set in the PDF report files. You can load template files (tpl files) onto the main unit. For the settings of the reports to be output, turn PDF file ON in the report settings of the settings...
The scale image is turned ON under MENU key > [Screen change] tab > Settings > Settings menu [Display settings] > [Group settings]. Turn this OFF. For details, see section 1.6, "Setting Display Conditions" in the user's manu...
Yes. On the SMARTDAC+ web service screen, click Message, select fixed or free message, and then write the message. If Message is not displayed, click Data > Trend.
The POODLE attack (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) which abused the vulnerability of SSLv3 protocol has become a recent topic. Since the SSL communication has been supported from the release number 2 of SMARTDAC+ series, the following...
The largest SD memory card the GX/GP series can use is the SDHC standard 32 GB. It doesn't support anything larger than that.
Yes. In the following configuration, it would be functionally equivalent to one GX60 I/O base unit. GM90PS power supply module: 1 GX90EX I/O expansion module: 1 GM90MB module base: 7  
Install DAQSTANDARD (model DXA120, 1 license comes standard with the DX1000/DX2000) in the same folder as the SMARTDAC+ STANDARD Universal Viewer. When you install DAQSTANDARD, select “Custom” for the Setup type, and change the installati...
Two points of the SMARTDAC+ GX/GP series display data are displayed and recorded, the maximum and minimum values of the sampling data within the recording interval. For an image of the screen display, see “Basic Functions of the GX/GP” on...
The black cover option (suffix code /BC) lets you change the white front door (cover) to black. Refer to the picture in the catalog.
The GX/GP series uses a resistive touch screen, therefore you can operate it with rubber gloves and other insulating items.
Yes. However, you must not do a ring type connection, or no expansion units will be recognized.
Depending on the response speed such as hub or router connected to the main unit, it may take time before the Ethernet Link is established. Therefore, the error message will appear if the time adjustment by SNTP is performed before the Ethernet Link ...
Q: When using the FTP client function, if the power cuts out during recording start and I turn the power back on, the message, "E657 Ethernet cable is not connected" or "E691 IP address is not set or FTP function is not available"...
Yes, this is possible. Install the dedicated program, Mobile WEB Application for GX/GP/GM on the external media SD card. Connect the GM10 and the Wi-Fi router with an Ethernet cable. Wi-Fi supports both Android and iOS. Mobile WEB Application for GX/...
It depends on the PC you are using, but you may be able to prevent the message from appearing by adding the URL of the recorder to "Trusted sites" in Windows Explorer. 1) On the Internet Explorer Tools menu, select Internet Options > Se...
Yes. However, a firmware upgrade may be necessary depending on the time of purchase.
Yes. One unit of the GX60 I/O base unit is functionally equivalent to the following. GM90PS power supply modules: 1 GX90EX I/O expansion modules: 1 GM90MB module bases: 7 However, note that the operating temperature range becomes 0–50&de...
See “[Support Information] List of Verified SD Memory Cards (SD Cards).”
The SD memory card must be formatted according to the standard established by the SD association (https://www.sdcard.org/home). If using a PC to perform the formatting, use the SD card formatter software available from the above SD association. ...
See section 3.2.5, “E-mail Format” in user's manual (IM 04L51B01-01EN). Each of the following email formats are described: Alarm Notification Mail, Periodic Notification Mail, Power Failure Notification Mail, Memory Full Notification ...
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    Smart user interface, smart architecture, and smart functionality is achieved in the new Yokogawa SMARTDAC+ data acquisition and control product series. The Yokogawa SMARTDAC+ GX and GP are fully integrated measurement, display, and recording platforms equipped with an advanced touch screen operator interface. GX series is a panel-mount design, capable of operating in harsh industrial applications and environments. GP is the portable version of the GX, intended for use in lab and test bench applications.

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