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Try carrying 10 different boxes to be able to program different PLCs with you. Once again, iterating Jay Posted 12 May Cpk1 a design flaw.

Jay, you don’t need to modify the board, if you have the connector. Go To Topic Listing Omron.

To connect CPM1 to PC without using CPM1-CIF01

Despite Carlos Lima’s excellent work on figuring out the connections to the peripheral port, it seems to be the concensus of opinion from the grey beards here that modifying the circuit board is a last resort measure for connecting to a computer.

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It’s a design fault, cause it makes everything more complicated needing the box i mean. And if it is a one off job well.

Omron CPM1 – CIF01 RSC Adapter Interface Unit

Secondly, i wasn’t talking about in a point of view of some company. Edited 12 May by JouniK. Posted 16 Jun Started by Carlos Lima16 Jun I am afraid I am far too busy to go fiddling about with re-wiring things and c;m1 my time. Please correct me if I am misunderstanding you, but it seems to me that you would be better off making the cable instead of cpk1 the PLC. Caro Igor, Tente desconectar o fio que vai ao ” fog “, acho que vai funcionar! What you make up yourself is not.


Unless of course I am getting ripped off, as with some other brands. As far as i am concerned if you want to blow your 2 year warranty for the PLC and are two stingy to by the convertor or borrow one from your friendly omron rep then have fun I fail to understand why anyone would want to re-invent the wheel.

Where would i get a cable for them? Edited 12 May by BobB. Also the PLC should be designed in the way, that you don’t need all sorts of boxes to program them. Posted 12 May edited. These days cables and interfaces are cheap really.

In the other extremity of the threads you anger to install a connector DB9 female, that it should have been fastened beside CPM1. The CIF is cheap enough and works without any hassles.

CPM1-CIF01 | Omron | EU Automation (MY)

Posted 13 May edited. For you to modify will have to disassemble CPM1 and to weld four wires direct in the pins of the periphreal port, underneath, for not damaging the original connector. If you are a serious integrator ie cif1 individual who is extensively involved programming PLC’s, then i am sure that you could pick one up up off a job etc at no cost to your self Making a cable for one type of PLC from a different type leaves you with a cable that is xif01 guaranteed to work and also cant be used in its intended manufacturing vision.


Edited 13 May by JouniK. Furthermore, this plc already was discontinued. Someone knows the difference? Well, at least we got him to register.

It’s not directly related, cause that’s for the what ever external box CQM needs, but maybe the pinout for that pin is different from the CPM in the PLC connector also.

I did the cable that Carlos Lima post here. It’s a waste of money, space, time and nerves.

Ckf01 the CQM, i noticed from the universal cable insctructions can be found from the omron sectionthat CQM has different ground pin than others. The cable conects the peripheral port of a CPM1 to the rs port of the pc.