Modular GM10

Industrial processes often employ multiple data acquisition systems to monitor the health of assets and facility infrastructure. These systems can be either standalone or built as nodes within a larger automation topology.

The GM10 is a scalable modular block I/O data acquisition system and data-logging platform that is designed for easy installation and maintenance and requires no programming.  It supports remote web-based or wireless configuration and monitoring via Bluetooth connection. The unit can be DIN rail mounted, wall mounted or act as a standalone desktop application. The Yokogawa GM10 delivers industry leading reliability and measurement accuracy. In addition, a wide range of communication protocols guarantee compatibility with your network architecture.

Main Features

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
    • New! GX90XA-10-V1: High withstand voltage AI module: Max. common mode voltage 600V
    • 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)

PID control

  • Enables PID and program control (max. 20 loops per system)
  • The web application enables remote operation and monitoring from a browser.
  • Setpoint program control function (up to 99 patterns)

Dual interval measurement

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

Scalability

  • Up to 420 ch per system
  • Plug and lock modules

Ease of Use *

  • Web-based configuration
  • Live Web-based data viewing

Mobile Connectivity

  • Bluetooth
  • Mobile Application

Reliability

  • Secure data storage
  • High accuracy measurement
  • Automatic backfill function (GA10 Data Logging Software)

Noise Tolerance

  • Electromagnetic relay module

21 CFR Part 11 support (option)

  • Supports the U.S. FDA 21 CFR Part 11 (for pharmaceutical manufacturing).

Supports 12 to 28 VDC power

  • Supports 12 to 28 VDC power so you can also use it inside automobiles.

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 GM to Mitsubishi Electric PLCs without sequence programs.

OPC-UA Server (option)

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

Aerospace Heat Treatment Supports heat treatment application AMS2750/NADCAP
Calibration correction schedule control function (option)

  • Schedule management for periodically executing calibration correction configuration and the like.

 

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

 


About OpreX
OpreX is the comprehensive brand for Yokogawa’s industrial automation (IA) and control business. The OpreX name stands for excellence in the technologies and solutions that Yokogawa cultivates through the co-creation of value with its customers, and encompasses the entire range of Yokogawa’s IA products, services, and solutions. This brand comprises the following five categories: OpreX Transformation, OpreX Control, OpreX Measurement, OpreX Execution, and OpreX Lifecycle. Data Acquisition System GM is part of the OpreX Data Acquisition product lineup, which is aligned under the OpreX Measurement category. The OpreX Measurement category includes field equipment and systems for highly precise measurement, data collection, and analysis.
With this brand, Yokogawa will deliver integrated solutions that address specific needs and support its customers in their efforts to transform and grow their businesses.


Ready for the future when you are

Increase channels by adding additional block modules

YOKOGAWA proprietary block architecture [Patent technology]

  • Expand one, or multiple module at a time
  • Unique design houses modules in linked module bases
  • Module base ensures linkage (slide locks and mounting screws also available)
  • Modules can be inserted and removed from the front panel for easy maintenance

YOKOGAWA proprietary block architecture

Names of data acquisition module parts

Names of data acquisition module parts

 

Comes standard with support for up to 100 ch of measurement (single-unit configuration)

Up to 10 I/O modules can be linked to a single data acquisition module (GM10)

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Installs anywhere

For the desktop, DIN rails, or wall-mounting. No special attachments required.

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Select from a wide range of I/O modules

Select modules according to your application. Noise-resistant, magnetic relay types also available. All modules have removable terminal blocks for easy wiring. The same modules used in the SMARTDAC+TM series.

Select from a wide range of I/O 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 (isolated between channels) 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

Analog input module scan interval and measurement type

Type Channels Scan interval
(shortest)
Scanner TC RTD DCV DI mA Resistance Feature
Universal (-U2) 10 100ms SSR     Universal
Low withstand voltage relay (-L1) 10 500ms SSR       Mid-price
Electromagnetic relay (-T1) 10 1s Relay       Noise-resistance
DC current input (-C1) 10 100ms SSR           mA only
High withstand voltage (-V1) 10 100ms SSR       High withstand voltage
High speed universal (-H0) 4 1ms     High speed measurement
4-wire RTD (-R1) 6 100ms SSR         4-wireRTD

Internal memory and max. I/O channels

Type Internal memory Max. input/output channels*
GM10-1 500 MB Single-unit configuration 0 to 100
Multi-unit configuration 0 to 100
GM10-2 1.2 GB Single-unit configuration 0 to 100
Multi-unit configuration 0 to 420

Actual values support high precision measurement

Input type Measuring accuracy*1 (typical value*2)
DCV 20 mV ±(0.01% of reading + 5 μV)
60 mV ±(0.01 % of reading +5 μV)
6 V (1-5V) ±(0.01% of reading + 2 mV)
TC*3 R, S ±1.1 °C
B ±1.5 °C
K (-200.0 to 1370.0°C) ± (0.01% of rdg +0.2°C for 0.0 to 1370.0°C; ± (0.15% of rdg +0.2°C) for -200.0 to 0.0°C
K (-200.0 to 500.0°C) ± 0.2°C for 0.0 to 500.0°C; ± (0.15% of rdg +0.2°C) for -200.0 to 0.0°C
J ± 0.2°C for 0.0 to 1100.0°C; ± (0.10% of rdg + 0.2°C) for -200.0 to 0.0°C
T ± 0.2°C for 0.0 to 400.0°C; ± (0.10% of rdg + 0.2°C) for -200.0 to 0.0°C
N ± (0.01% of rdg + 0.2°C) for 0.0 to 1300.0°C; ± (0.22% of rdg + 0.2°C) for -200.0 to 0.0°C
RTD Pt100 (-200.0 to 850.0°C) ±(0.02% of rdg + 0.2°C )
Pt100 (-150.00 to 150.00°C) ±(0.02% of rdg + 0.16°C )
*1 Applies to GX90XA-10-U2, A/D integration time 16.67 ms or more, General operating conditions: 23±2 °C, 55±10% RH, supply voltage 90-132, 180-264 V AC, power frequency within 50/60 Hz ±1 %, warm-up of 30 minutes or more, no vibrations or other hindrances to performance.
*2 For the measuring accuracy (guaranteed), see the module’s general specifications (GS 04L53B01-01EN).
*3 These values do not include the reference junction compensation accuracy.

Support measurement of up to 420 ch (actual input) by expanding channels across multiple units (multi-unit configuration)

Expand up to 420 ch by using the GX90EX expansion module. (GM10-2)
On the GM10-2 large capacity type, up to 1000 ch are available for recording when including MATH and communication channels. Connect units with LAN cables for dispersed installations.

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You connect directly with a LAN cable without connecting through a hub or repeater.
* You can also connect a GX60 expansion unit.

Reduce wiring with distributed installation

When the data logger is installed offsite (away from the DUT), you can place the sub unit at the site and monitor data without the need for long-distance wiring of thermocouples and other sensors.

Reduce wiring with distributed installation

Navigate with ease

Easy access from a Web browser

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

Real time monitoring

With the scroll bar, you can seamlessly scroll between past and current trends.

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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.

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Trend, digital, and other real-time displays

Trend, digital, and other real-time displays

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

Universal viewer

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

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Offline setting software

Save settings or transfer them to the GM. Connections can also be made easily via USB or Bluetooth.

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Safe to use in a wide range of temperatures

With operating temperatures of -20 °C to 60 °C, it supports a wide range of applications without concern about the installation environment.

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Monitoring and settings can also be done on a tablet

Supports Bluetooth (optional code /C8)

You can enter settings or monitor from a tablet without ever bringing a PC to the site. Dedicated applications is available for free download. For more information, visit our website.

Enables monitoring via Bluetooth

Bluetooth supports Android only.

Enables monitoring via Bluetooth

Enables monitoring via Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi supports both Android and iOS.

Powerful applications

Bluetooth connection

Simple to use for in-vehicle testing.

Bluetooth connection

USB connection

Service staff can easily perform maintenance on the GM.

USB connection

Data analysis made simple and mobile

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 5ms 10ms
GM10-1 1ch 5ch 10ch
GM10-2 5ch 25ch 32ch

Dual interval measurement with two different scan intervals

Users have the ability to choose two different scan intervals on a single GM 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 two different scan intervals

PID control function

Control function

Enables PID and program control

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

PID control function

Remote operation and monitoring

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

Remote operation and monitoring

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 (/MT option)

Event actions

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

Event actions

Aerospace Heat Treatment Supports heat treatment application AMS2750/NADCAP

Calibration correction schedule control function (/AH option)

Schedule management for periodically executing calibration correction configuration and the like. You can set the input correction factor as a sensor correction factor and instrument correction factor. TUS software is available for easily creating TUS (temperature uniformity survey) reports.*

* For details on TUS software, consult with your Yokogawa dealer.

Input calibration is performed in the AI channel setting screen, and the calibration period settings are entered in the schedule management setting screen.

Record data in separate files per equipment set

Multi-batch Function (/BT option)

Record pre-defined channel groups to separate data files with independent start and stop control. You can create up to 12 batches.

Report creation and network functions (/MT option)

Report creation and network functions (/MT option)

Provides a variety of convenient networking functions

Modbus/TCP and Modbus/RTU Communications

GM 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 GM.*

* Requires the communication channel (/MC option).

Modbus client/Modbus master

(You can connect up to 16 Modbus/TCP servers, or up to 32 servers with the GM10-2.)
(You can connect up to 31 Modbus/RTU slaves.)

Modbus/RTU (RS-422/485 connection)

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

Modbus server/Modbus slave

EtherNet/IP Function (/E1 option)

GM supports EtherNet/IP server functions. You can access GM from PLCs or other devices and load measurement/MATH channels or write to communication input channels*(GM10-1: up to 300 ch, GM10-2: up to 500 ch).

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

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CC-Link family SLMP communication (/E4 option)

Protocol function that enables connection from a GM to Mitsubishi Electric PLCs without sequencer programs. The GM can run as the SLMP client to write to a GM measured data PLC, or PLC data to communication channels*.

* Requires the communication channel option (/MC).

SLMP Communication (Mitsubishi PLC

Data acquisition on power measuring instruments (/E2 and /MC options)

Acquire precise digital data on the GM by digital communication connectivity to a power measuring instrument (WT series power analyzers) and record it along with the GM's measured data. Since it records a device's power consumption, temperature, and other phenomena at the same time, the GM is ideal for performance evaluation testing.

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

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OPC-UA Server (/E3 option)

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

OPC-UA Server

Comes with communication functions that are compatible with the DARWIN data acquisition unit

The GM supports DARWIN communication commands. Use your current DARWIN communication programs as-is on the GM. It's easy to switch from an existing DARWIN unit.

* See your dealer or nearest Yokogawa representative for details.

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CENTUM/STARDOM communication 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

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E-mail messaging function

The GM can send a variety of informative e-mail messages that include alarm notification reports, periodic instantaneous data values, scheduled report data and other information.

Automatic network setup (DHCP) function

Using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), the GM can automatically acquire the settings it needs (IP address) for network communications from a DHCP server. This makes i6t easier than ever to install the unit on a plant network.

Automatic network setup (DHCP) function

Time synchronization with network time servers

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

Be confident that recorded data is saved

Supports long-duration and multichannel recording. Measured data is always stored to internal memory, and data is transferred to external storage media at regular intervals. Redundancy can be achieved by sending data to a server with the FTP client function. Securely saves measured data even in the event of a sudden power loss.

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Approximate sample time
Number of recording channels Total sample time
30 Approx. 71 days
100 Approx. 23 days
300 Approx. 7 days

With an internal memory of 1.2 GB and recording interval of 1 sec.

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
ASCII 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.

21 CFR Part 11 support (/AS option)

With the advanced security function option, GM supports the USA FDA's Title 21 CFR Part 11 regulations (for the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry). It gives you access to a login function for requiring user names, IDs, and passwords, plus electronic signatures, audit trails, an anti-tampering function, an Active Directory-based password management function, and other security features.

21 CFR Part 11 support (/AS option)

Key lock

You can use settings to lock the GM10 operation keys in order to avoid accidental start/stop of measurement or computation.

Key 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

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

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

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

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 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.)

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Operation under those conditions has not been verified. Please do not attempt this as it may result in malfunction.
Any number is OK. Check the basic strength without any screws.
The M3 x 10 mm is available in stores.
Use the connector cover that comes with the power supply unit (GM90PS).
Yes. Please contact the dealer from whom you purchased the GM10.
You can use the DARWIN Compatible Communication function. You must configure your SMARTDAC+ GM the same as DARWIN. For available commands, see section 1.6.23, “DARWIN Compatible Communication” in user's manual IM 04L55B01-01EN....
No. The GM10's USB ports are for connecting PCs and other devices.
Hold them down for 3 seconds or more. Having to hold them down prevents accidental starts and stops.
No, you must tighten that screw. If you do not tighten it, external vibration or other factors may result in poor contact or other problems.
Bluetooth communication is an option. Check that suffix code /C8 is specified. Also, even if the Bluetooth function is ON, you can't perform communications if the GM10's BT lamp is off. If that is the case, turn it ON (operation mode) by holding dow...
Yes, users update the firmware themselves. For details, see the firmware download page.
No, this is not required. Fasten the screws if you need the bases to be tightly secured.
Hot swapping is not supported. Do not remove a module when the power is ON.
If you need file output, please use a DO module.
No, ring connections are currently not supported.
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/...
The alarm is only enabled when you set Display = Hold in the Alarm basic settings. For details, see section 3.1.3, “Changing the Display Settings on the Browser” in user's manual IM 04L55B01-01EN....
The initially displayed device is the one connected previously. Receive settings, or manually correct the system settings.
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 > Security > Trust...
This may be due to Windows Explorer's specification. This only happens while FTP is in use, and the time stamp will be correct after download the file.Also, right click - property on the file shows correct time and date.Reference: <Timestamp ...
There is a duplicate unit number. Use the dip switches of the expansion modules connected to each unit to ensure that the unit numbers do not overlap. For information on setting dip switches, see “Setting Up the GX90EX Expansion Module" in the Firs...
Approximately 1 km. We recommend confirming this in the site where it will be used.
Yes.However, note the firmware version that the GM supports. I/O module: Firmware version R1.04.01 or laterI/O expansion module: Firmware version R1.02.01 or later If your module's firmware is older than the above, you must update it to the latest ve...
Yes. If you set “Detection type" to “Channel," it will send it when an alarm occurs on the target channel. If you set it to “Alarm level," it sends it when alarms occur at the level set as the target of the channel. For details, see user's manu...
On the GM10, the main module's 7 segment LED displays the contents of errors. When E5 and 03 alternate, this means error code E503, indicating that that the SD card was not recognized. For corrective action, see section 5.2, >Troubleshooting> i...
Yes. See section 2.5, > Disabling the advanced security function> in user's manual IM 04L55B01-05EN. Operate it from the web browser's Adjustment tab.
The maximum number of simultaneous GM10 Modbus server connections is 4.
The number of GM10 Modbus clients that can connect to a server is: GM10-1 (std.): Up to 16 GM10-2 (large memory): Up to 32
Check the IP address of the GM10 and the PC. The network area of each must match.
Yes, add suffix code /W (for 920 MHz wireless communication) to the GM90PS power supply module.
No. You can use an STP cable of CAT5 or higher. The maximum distance between units is 100 m. You can use either a straight or cross cable.
Yes. However, a firmware upgrade may be necessary depending on the time of purchase.
The following have been operationally verified: HP: M451dn BROTHER: HL-3170CDW KYOCERA: FS-C5250DN OKI: C531dn
Calibration certificates are issued one per input module. The GM10 doesn't have ordering as a single package like the GX/GP.
It is possible that the expiration check is failing. In Windows Control Panel, open the Java control panel. On the "Advanced" tab, under "Perform certificate revocation checks on," select the "Do not check" option.
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....
With all modules other than power supply modules, a module base is required. (a module base is required for both the GM10 data acquisition module and GX90EX I/O expansion module)
Please check the version of the GA10. You can connect the GM10 if the GA10 is version later than R2.01.01. If you have a GA10 of version of R1.01.02 or earlier, you can download an upgrade at the URL below. SMARTDAC+ Microsite...
Yes. Display conditions are saved on a per user basis when the Web application closes.
No. The favorites are the same for all users.
Files consist of "information other than sampled data," and "sampled data." For details on how to calculate these, see appendix 1, "File Size of Event Data and Display Data" in the user's manual (IM04L55B01-01EN).
Not on the GM10 itself, but when monitoring from a web browser you can output an alarm sound on the PC speakers. Note that this requires setting the display "Hold/Non-Hold" setting to "Hold" in the Alarm basic settings.
Yes. One unit of the GX60 I/O base unit is functionally equivalent to the following. GM90PS power supply modules: 1GX90EX I/O expansion modules: 1GM90MB module bases: 7 However, note that the operating temperature range becomes 0–50°C...
Yes. However, you must not do a ring type connection, or no subunits will be recognized.
Even if the PC has multiple network ports (LAN, Wi-Fi, etc.), the IP address setting software can only find 1 of them. Disable all ports except for the one the GM is connected to (turn the LAN card and Wi-Fi OFF), and then perform the search again....
No. Only 1-to-1 connections are supported.
The following numbers of groups can be registered. GM10-1: 50, GM10-2: 60
A module directly linked to another module is called a "unit." One GM90PS power supply module is required for each unit. In a multi-unit configuration, one GX90EX I/O expansion module is required per unit. One GM90MB module base is required for 1 eac...
Yes. Use the hardware configurator software.
If the GM10 reconfiguration completes successfully, answer-back "E0" is returned.
It's only Ethernet connection. It doesn't support RS422/485.
From a PC, this is possible using the hardware configurator software. Also, the following app is available for use as an Android terminal. ->GM Mobile Tool (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.smartdacplus.gm.mobiletool)...
The GM10 does not support GP-IB communications. It comes standard with an Ethernet communication interface, so we recommend connecting to the PC via LAN.
When performing DARWIN compatible communications, make the GM10 hardware configuration the same as DARWIN. Set the DARWIN compatible communication server to On.
Yes. See the following: GX10/GX20/GP10/GP20/GM10 Paperless Recorder Communication Command User's Manual.
If you install a digital input module, you can start recording on contact On, and stop on contact Off. You can start/stop recording using communication commands or Modbus communication.
The withstand voltage specification of the GX90XA analog input module type "-L1" is inferior to that of the DARWIN input module DU200. If you require specifications equal to or greater than the DU200, consider the type "-U2."
No. Consider the GA10 Data Logging Software. The GA10 can connect with DAQLOGGER. For details, see GA10 General Specifications "Connectable Devices and Software"....
See the General Specifications: GS 04L55B01-01EN Data Acquisition System GM "Wall Mount Dimensions"
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...
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.
For the analog input module's universal method, ±50 VDC, and for the high speed universal method, ±100 VDC.
You can access it from the Help menu in the report template builder.
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...
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...
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...
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). ...
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 ...
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.
The RS-232 connector screws are imperial. The D-Sub 9-pin connector on the main unit side is male.
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...
The smallest displayed digit is rounded according to the digit to its right.
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...
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.
Category classifications differ depending on the suffix codes. If neither the MATH nor custom display are added, it's category 3. If either the MATH or the custom display are added, it’s category 5.
Yes, on the menu, select Display > Channel name, and then select "Tag No." or "Tag Comment."
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.
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 "Searc...
No, but GTD and GTE files are in text format, so you can open them in a text editor.
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. When ...
It rounds to one digit lower than the display digit. In this example, 0.74 is rounded to 0.7.
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...
A simulator function is included with the report template builder software. For instructions, see the user's manual in the Help menu.
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+ ...
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...
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.
Data being recorded is saved at the gradually adjusted time. The time of data that are already files are not corrected.
DI1-DI8 are channel numbers 01-08, and D01-D06 are channel numbers 09-14.
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 grid is automa...
Turn OFF the media FIFO function. If the media FIFO function is ON, files older than the 1000th-oldest file are automatically deleted.
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 sem...
Yes, using an event action.
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).
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.
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Any printers that support the HP-PCL5* printer language can be used. We are currently validating the following 4 models. HP: M451dnBROTHER: HL-3170CDWKYOCERA: FS-C5250DNOKI: C531dn *HP-PCL5: Page symbol language used by Hewlett-Packard...
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....
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. 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 filesEvent data files TLOG data filesReport data files (including hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, batch, custom daily, user) Manual sample data files Note, it can also load and display files created...
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...
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...
Yes, the MATH option supports Tetens' formula. You can calculate the saturated water vapor pressure while measuring the temperature.
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)...
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....
You can download it from our website (Partner Portal). We offer DXF and DWG format.
When a report file is created, or when recording stops.
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....
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 be r...
The following types, which have a built-in Ethernet interface. iQ-R series: RnCPU, RnENCPUQ series: QnUDVCPU, QnUDE(H)CPU, QnUDPVCPUL series: L02CPU(-P), L06CPU(-P), L26CPU(-P), L26CPU(-P)BT Note that the Communication channel function (/MC option) i...
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 to up...
Yes. The SMARTDAC+ GX/GP/GM can perform Modbus communications with up to 4 sequencers.
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...
Snapshots are saved in PNG format.
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...
Yes. In the following configuration, it would be functionally equivalent to one GX60 I/O base unit. GM90PS power supply module: 1GX90EX I/O expansion module: 1GM90MB module base: 7
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...
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