Fuji Electric Global



Realizes High-Speed Advanced Machine Control

Ultra-high-speed 1 ms controller

1 ms scan

  • Program scan time of 1ms is implemented by increased instruction processing speed.
  • Real number operation and high-precision positioning control have been put to practical use by dramatically improved floating-point operation speed.
Basic instruction LD4ns6ns9ns20ns30ns70ns
Floating Operation instruction25.3ns66ns88ns80ns270ns56000ns

*For details on each instruction word's processing speed and tact cycle, see the User's Manual (FEH200).

1 ms I/O refreshing

  • 1024 points of I/O is refreshed in 1 ms.
  • Tact control assures a fixed I/O refresh interval. The I/O refresh cycle can be set to 1 ms, 2 ms, or up to 10 ms, which is suitable for processing requiring strict tact time.
  • The minimum tact times of SPH5000M, SPH300, and SPH2000/SPH3000 can be set to 0.25 ms, 0.5 ms and 1 ms,respectively.
1 ms I/O refreshing

Tact cycle

E-SX bus

Tact cycle0.25ms0.375ms0.5ms1ms1.5ms2ms
Max. I/O size
(Number of I/O stations)
4 stations67word256word512word2048word2048word4096word
16 stations--256word1024word1024word1024word
32 stations---512word2048word2048word
64 stations----512word1024word

SX bus

Tact cycle0.25ms0.375ms0.5ms1ms1.5ms2ms
Max. I/O size--64word128word256word512word

Controller conforms to International Standard

Conforms to IEC 61131 international standard

  • Both the hardware and software conform to the IEC 61131 international standard for programmable controllers.
  • The programming language conforms to the IEC 61131-3 international standard.

Conforming to international standard

  • Conforms to the CE marking, UL standards and RoHS directive (conforming one after another) as well as IEC standard.
  • It also complies with the NK marine standard (Japan) and the LR (specifications of Lloyd's Register of Shipping, UK).
Conforming to international standard

Multi-CPU system applicable to up to 8 CPUs

Parallel processing with up to 8 CPUs (SPH300/SPH2000/SPH3000/SPH3000D/SPH5000M)

  • Alleviates the load for each CPU allowing high-speed processing of a large application program. For example, the load can be distributed for advanced processing and sequence control processing with additional CPUs. I/O refresh control is performed automatically even if parallel processing by multiple CPUs is performed.
Parallel processing with up to 8 CPUs (SPH300/SPH2000/SPH3000/SPH3000D)

Redundant System Brings System Safety and Reliability

1:1 warm-standby feature (SPH300/SPH2000)

  • This redundancy configuration enables continued operation without system downtime if a CPU fails. (Control may temporarily stop due to fault detection and CPU changeover.)
  • The same program is stored in CPUs for the active and backup systems, allowing constant data value equalization.
1:1 warm-standby feature (SPH300/SPH2000)

Highly reliable duplex system feature (SPH5000H)

  • Allows you to construct control systems that support redundant CPU, duplexed control network, duplexed I/O network, and loop network.
Highly reliable duplex system feature

Ultra-high speed E-SX bus

Comparison of functions and performances between the E-SX bus and the SX bus

Function and performanceSPH3000(D)SPH5000M/H, 3000MM/MG
System busSX busSX busE-SX bus
Direct connection I/O capacity512word512word4096word
Refresh performance128word/ms128word/ms2048word/ms
Transmission speed25Mbps25Mbps100Mbps
Tact fluctuation100µs100µs±1µs or less
Synchronization between stationsNoneNoneProvided(±1µs or less)
Distance (between stations/total distance)25m/25m25m/25m100m/1km
Continued operation with the line broken (Loopback)NoneNoneProvided
  • Direct connection I/O capacity
  • Transmission speed
  • Refresh performance
  • Tact accuracy
  • Distance(Between stations)
  • Distance(Total distance)

Synchronization control of E-SX bus

Synchronization in the bus

Data output timing is synchronized in the E-SX bus.

Synchronization in the bus

Synchronization between buses

Data output timing is synchronized between channels of the E-SX bus.

Synchronization between buses

Connection function of the E-SX bus

Loopback function

Communication is continued by the signal repeater function even when a wire is broken.

Signal bypass function

Even when a power of some devices is not turned on, the communication is continued by the auxiliary power unit.