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15. HMI5000L Installation Guide 15 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com

16. © 2015 Maple Systems Inc. All rights reserved. Maple Systems Inc. 808 134 th Street SW, Suite 120 Everett, WA 98204 - 7333 Phone: (425) 745 - 3229 Email: maple@maplesystems.com Web: www.maplesystems.com

3. HMI5000L Installation Guide 3 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Informa tion furnished by Maple Systems is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Maple Systems for the use of this information, or for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication, or otherwise, under any patent or patent rights of Maple Systems. Maple Systems retains the right to revise or change it s products and documentation at any time without notice . Installation of HMI s CE Compliance The HMI5000L Series Graphi c HMI s h ave been tested to conform to European CE requirements , which meet or exceed the noise emissions and immunity requirements as set forth in the EN5 5022 (Emissions) and EN5 5024 (Immunity) standards. Th e product s are designed to withstand electrical noise in harsh industrial environments. They also conform to requirements that limit electrical emissions. However, this does not guarantee that the product s will be totally immune from possible malfunction in cases where severe electrical noise occurs. Therefore, follow the se guidelines for proper wire routing and grounding to ensure the proper operation of the HMI 50 00L . NEMA Rating The HMI5000L Series is rated for NEMA 4 (indoor) or IP65/IP66 installations. This means that when the HMI is properly mounted to a NEMA 4 panel or other NEMA 4 rated enclosure, the front enclosure of the H MI will provide protection to the inside of the panel from splashing water, wind - blown dust, rain, or hose - directed water. The HMI must be installed according to the instructions in this manual to be properly sealed.

14. 14 HMI5000L Installation Guide 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Serial Port Pinouts (cont.) Pin# COM2 [RS-485 2 wire] COM2 [RS-485 4 wire] COM3 [RS-485 2 wire] CAN Bus (HMI5097XL only) 1 TX/RX- RX- 2 TX/RX+ RX+ 3 TX- 4 TX+ 5 GND 6 TX/RX- 7 CAN_L 8 CAN_H 9 TX/RX+ Pin# COM1 [RS-232] 1 2 RXD 3 TXD 4 5 GND 6 7 RTS 8 CTS 9 HMI5070NL HMI5097XL, HMI5097NXL DE9S DE9P

12. 12 HMI5000L Installation Guide 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com USB Stick Clamp (not on all models) The USB Stick Clamp prevents a USB stick from disconnecting from the HMI due to vibration. Steps: 1. Insert the USB stick connector into the clamp and secure with the included zip tie. 2. Press the spring and insert the USB stick into the USB port. Note: The USB Host port is designed for data storage only. If connecting a USB hard drive, power the drive with its own power supply. Do not charge any device from the USB port.

9. HMI5000L Installation Guide 9 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Panel Preparation To provide a NEMA 4 seal, a metal panel or mounting surface that does not flex more than 0.010” is required. Thin panels or surfaces may bow between the mounting clamps and not form a seal with the gasket . Allow sufficient clearance around the unit for the mounting hardware and cable connections . Cutout dimensions for each particular HMI model are available for print and download from the Support Center - Dimensional Drawings section of the Maple Systems website. The area of the panel or mounting surface where the gasket comes into contact must be flat and free of scratches, pits, and other features that prevent the gasket from sealing properly. If the panel or mounting surface is not uniform, thick, flat, stiff, or smooth enough, then a sealant such as silicone may be required. Note : Clean and deb urr the panel cutout before the HMI is installed. Mount the HMI to the Panel Note : The clamps for some model s may be slightly different than shown here, but operate essentially the same way. S teps : 1. Prepare the clamps for the HMI by inserting the screws into the clamp as shown above. Position the screws so that the ends don’t protrude past the clamp edge . 2. Set the HMI in the panel cutout and hold it in place until all clamps are in position. 3. Tighten the screw clamps in an even pattern until the unit is secure . Recommended torque: 3.5 in/lbs . Caution: Do not over - tighten the screws; the overlay may warp or the housing may get damaged.

13. HMI5000L Installation Guide 13 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Serial Port Connections The following diagrams indicate the proper pin connections for the serial ports of the HMI5000L Series. Serial Port Pinouts Pin# COM1 [RS-232] COM1 [RS-485 4 wire] COM1 [RS-485 2 wire] COM3 [RS-485 2 wire] 1 RX- TX/RX- 2 RX+ TX/RX+ 3 TX- 4 TX+ 5 GND 6 TXD 7 TX/RX- 8 TX/RX+ 9 RXD DE9P HMI5043L, HMI5043LB HMI5121XL HMI5150XL DE9S DE9P Pin# COM1 [RS-485 2 wire] COM1 [RS-485 4 wire] COM3 [RS-485 2 wire] 1 TX/RX- RX- 2 TX/RX+ RX+ 3 TX- 4 TX+ 5 GND (COM1) 6 7 TX/RX- 8 TX/RX+ 9 GND (COM3) Pin# COM1 [RS-232] 1 2 RXD 3 TXD 4 5 GND 6 7 RTS 8 CTS 9 HMI5100L HMI5070L, HMI5070LB

1. 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Introduction Thank you for p urchasing a Maple Systems HMI5000L Series graphic industrial operator interface terminal . T his booklet describes the steps necessary for in stalling the HMI5043L , HMI5043LB , HMI5070L, HMI5070LB, HMI5070NL, HMI5097XL, HMI5097NXL, HMI5100L, HMI5121XL, and HMI5150XL models . The HMI5000L Series touchscreens are configured using the EZwarePlus software (purchased separately). For information on pro gramming and configuring the HMI , please refer to the EZwarePlus Programming Manual (P/N 1010 - 1015) available on the EZ w are software DVD . For additional information , please refer to the Support Center section of the Maple Systems website, www.maplesystems.com. The Support Center provides links to information such as M anuals, FAQ s , T echnical N otes, Training Videos, Sample P rojects, C ontroller I nformation S heets, and C ontroller C ables. Static Awareness Do NOT remove the rear cover of the HMI5000L Series product – doing so will void the warranty. When the rear cover is removed the circuitry inside is exposed to possible damage by electrosta tic discharge during handling. Minimize the possibility of any electrostatic discharge by:  Handling the HMI at a static - free, grounded workstation.  Discharging personal static by grounding yourself prior to handling the HMI.  Connecting the chassis ground ( FG or ⏚ ) connector of the HMI t o a clean earth ground.  Placing the HMI in an antistatic bag during transport. HMI5000L Series Installation Guide

2. 2 HMI5000L Installation Guide 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Unpacking the Unit Carefully unpack the HMI. Check all materi al in the container against the packing list. Maple Systems will not accept responsibility for shortages against the packing list unless notified with in 30 days. The equipment and accessories were inspected and tested by Maple Systems before shipment . E xamine the equipment carefully; if any shipping damage is evident, notify the carrier immediat ely. Maple Systems is not responsible for claim negotiations with the carrier. Save the shipping container and packing material in case the equipment needs to be stored, returned to Maple Systems, or transporte d for any reason. Packing List HMI5000L Series Touchscreen Power Connector Mounting Clamps USB Stick Clamp and Spare Fuse ( Not on all models ) HMI5000L Series Installation Guide Warranty Maple Systems warrants each product to be free from electrical and mechanical defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year for the LCD display and two (2) years for all other parts and labor from the date of shipment . This warranty does not apply to defects in the Products ca used by abuse, misuse, accident, casualty, alteration, negligence, repair not authorized by Maple Systems, use on current or voltages other than specified by Maple Systems, or application or installation not in accordance with published instruction manuals . This warranty is in lieu of any other warranty either expressed or implied. Maple Systems liability is limited to the repair or replacement of the Product only, and not costs of installation, removal, or damage to user property or other liabilities. If Maple Systems is unable to repair or replace a nonconforming p roduct , a refund may be offered in the amount paid to Maple Systems for such p roduct in full satisfaction of its warranty obligation. Maximum liability of Maple Systems is the cost of the p ro duct.

7. HMI5000L Installation Guide 7 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Control Panel Grounding The control panel must be connected to a good, high - integrity earth ground both for safety considerations and shielding purposes. Maple Systems cannot overemphasize the importance of good grounding. Failure to use good grounding procedures during installation may cause sporadic malfunction of the HMI . Connect the HMI chassis ground terminal to a reliable earth ground with a low - resistance path. Refer to Figure 1:  Route all earth gro und wires that lead from the HMI , the PLC, the power supply, and the line filter to a central e arth ground point such as a barrier strip . This will ensure that no ground current from one device influences the operation of the other devices.  C onnect the HMI chassis ground terminal to the control panel using a heavy - gauge short braided cable (#14 AWG) or ground wire to minimize resistance. Then, make sure the panel is properly grounded to a clean earth ground . N ote : If the control panel is made of a non - conductive material, it is essential that the chassis ground terminal of the HMI is connected to a clean earth ground point located close to the panel.  Connect the power cable ’ s shield wire to the HMI ’ s chassis ground terminal.  Connect the control panel to earth ground using a coppe r grounding rod close to the HMI and control panel.  Hinged doors on control panels do not provide a long - term electrical connection to the rest of the enclosure. Corrosion develops over time and prevents good elec trical cont act. For this reason, a separate wire braid should be install ed from the hinged control panel to the rest of the enclosure. For a more in - depth overview of grou nd wiring techniques, refer to Technical N ote #1027, “ OIT Ground Wiring and Electrical Noise Reduction ” in the Tech nical Notes section of the Maple Systems website. Installation It is necessary to follow all installation procedures described in this chapter for electrical noise immunity and CE compliance. The Maple Systems HMI is designed to connect easily to a PLC. External rear connectors provide quick connections for power, communications and programming wiring.

5. HMI5000L Installation Guide 5 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Control Panel Design Guidelines Pay careful attention to the placement of system components and associated cable routing. This can significantly enhance the performance and integrity of the control application. Cable Routing and Noise Immunity Follow these guidelines when routing cables to the HMI:  Always route the HMI communication cable and the power cable away from any AC voltage or rapidly switching DC control lines.  Never bundle the HMI cables together with 120VAC power wires or with relay wiring.  Try to keep at least 8 inches (20 cm) of separation between the HMI cables and other power wiring. If voltages greater than 120VAC are used in the system, greater separation is required.  If the HMI cables must come near AC wiring, make sure they cross at 90 degrees.  Run AC power wires in a separate grounded conduit to reduce electrical noise interference.  Keep the cable lengths for the HMI as short as possible. Do not coil excess cable and place it next to AC powered equipment.  Cover any equipment used in the enclosure that operates at high frequency or high current levels with a grounded metal shield. Power Supply Selection The power supply used to power the HMI should provide an output of +24 VDC ±20% measured at the HMI power connector. A 24VDC regulated power supply dedicated to the HMI is recommended. Use a powe r supply with adequate current rating. A power line filter installed at the AC input to the HMI power supply is highly recommended as a safeguard against conducted RF noise, which is often present on factory power lines. The wires connecting the output of the power line filter to the power supply should be kept as short as possible to minimize any additional noise pickup. The case of the power line filter should be connected to a quiet earth ground. The power line filter should have a current rating of at l east 3 Amps with common mode and differential mode attenuation. In applications that may have high frequency noise present, a resistor (~1 MΩ) and capacitor (~4700 pF) should be used in parallel to clean earth ground on the DC output of the power supply. D o not use the power supply used to provide power to the HMI to power switching relays, solenoids, or other active devices.

4. 4 HMI5000L Installation Guide 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Environmental Considerations The HMI5000L is designed to operate in temperatures from 0 ° to 50 ° C (32 ° to 122 ° F) . It is intended for indoor installations and may not be suitable for use in certain outdoor applications. Avoid installing the HMI50 00L touchscreen s in environments with severe mechanical vibration or shocks. Do not install the HMI in enclosures with rapid temperature variations or high humidity. Either case will cause condensation of water inside the devic e and eventual damage to the HMI . Warning: Do not operate the HMI in areas subject to explosion due to flammable gases, vapors, or dusts. Warning: Conform to UL508 (ISBN 0 - 7629 - 0404 - 6) machine safety standards for use in Pollution Degree 2 Environments. Warning: If wiring can potentially b e exp osed to lightning or power surges, use appropriate surge suppression devices. Safety Precautions Please observe the following precautions and ensure compliance with all local an d national electrical standards when installing the HMI . Failure to comply with these restrictions could result in loss of life, serious personal injury, or equipment damage. Warning: Do not connec t the HMI to an AC power source. This will c ause permanent damage to the HMI . Warning: A Hard - wired EMERGENCY STOP should be fitted in any system using an HMI to comply with ICS Safety Recommendations. Warning: Do not attempt to use a DC po wer supply that does not meet the HMI ’s power requirements. This may cause malfunctio n or permanent d amage to the HMI . Warning: An internal fuse (except HMI5043L/LB) is designed to prevent damage from overcurrent conditions; though it is not guaranteed. DC voltage sources should provide proper isolation from AC power and similar hazards. Warning: Do not power the HMI with a DC power supply used for inductive loads or for input circuitry to the programmable logic controller. Severe voltage spikes caused by these devices may damage the HMI .

8. 8 HMI5000L Installation Guide 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Connect the HMI to Power Use the 3 - position connector supplied with the HMI to provide power to the HMI . The power cable for the HMI should be 18AWG, 2 - conductor wire with a shield drain wire an d protective shield ( foil /braid) . C able ( P/N 6030 - 0009 ) may be purchased by the foot from Maple Systems for constructing power cables. Always run the DC ground wire directly back to the signal return of the power supply. Do not use the chassis ground wire as the signal return. Caution: To pr event possible damage to the HMI , wait ten seconds after removing power from the HMI before applying power again. To connect the HMI to power: 1. Route the power cable from the HMI to the power supply. The power cable should not be any longer than necessary. 2. Install the cable wires, referencing the chart below (with colors shown for Maple Systems Cable 6030 - 0009) : a. Strip the power cable shield to expose 2” of the black and red wires. b. St rip about ¼” of insulation from the black and red wires. c. Connect the red wire to the positive (+) input of the HMI power connector and the 24V DC positive (+) output of the power supply . d. Connect the black wire to the negative ( – ) input of the HMI power connector and the 24V DC negative ( – ) output of the power supply. e. Connect the po wer cable shield wire to the HMI power connector FG or ⏚ input . Connect the other side to chassis ground. Wire Color Power Supply Output HMI Input Red + + Black – – Shield Chassis g round FG or ⏚ Note : T he power connector on the HMI 5000L Series uses a 3 - position terminal block with screw - down clamps . Lugs are not required.

6. 6 HMI5000L Installation Guide 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Figure 1: Typical Panel Layout P L C / H o s t G r o u n d w i r e s H M I i s g r o u n d e d t o c o n t r o l p a n e l G r o u n d s t r a p Q u i e t g r o u n d ( i s o l a t e d ) A C P o w e r L i n e F i l t e r H M I P o w e r S u p p l y S h i e l d e d p o w e r c a b l e C o n t r o l p a n e l i s t i e d t o a r e l i a b l e e a r t h g r o u n d 2 1 3 4 5 ( r e a r s i d e ) H M I 5 1 0 0 L 1 ( r e a r s i d e ) H M I 5 0 7 0 L 2 2 3 1 . A l s o H M I 5 1 2 1 X L a n d H M I 5 1 5 0 X L 2 . A l s o H M I 5 0 7 0 L B , H M I 5 0 4 3 L , H M I 5 0 4 3 L B , H M I 5 0 7 0 N L , H M I 5 0 9 7 X L , a n d H M I 5 0 9 7 N X L

10. 10 HMI5000L Installation Guide 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Configuration Wiring To configure the HMI using the EZwarePlus software, use the Ethernet Configuration Cable (P/N 7431 - 0104) or USB Configuration Cable (P/N 7431 - 0115) . HMI Model Configuration Cable P/N 7431 - 0104 Ethernet (Crossover) P/N 7431 - 0115 Mini USB HMI5043L, HMI5043LB, X HMI5070L, HMI5070LB, HMI5070NL, HMI5097XL, HMI5097 N X L, HMI5100L HMI5121XL, HMI5150XL X X Ethernet If using a switch or router between the PC and the HMI, use a straight - through or crossover cable as required by the switch or router. USB A USB d river (included with the EZwarePlus software) must be installed when downloading from the PC to the HMI via USB connection . Caution : When connecting two powered devices via USB , a difference in potential can exist between the ground reference on each device. If there is a difference in groun d potential (voltage), making a connection via a USB cable can complete a ground loop that may damage the HMI and PC. We recommend using the Maple Systems USB Configuration Cable (P/N 7431 - 0115) to connect the HMI to the PC. The shield is not connected bet ween the two ends of the cable, which will prevent a potentially damaging ground loop from occurring between the devices. Please refer to Page 6 for proper wiring instructions.

11. HMI5000L Installation Guide 11 1010 - 10 18 Rev 0 6 www.maplesystems.com Maintenance DIP switch positions (not on all models) DIP s witches shown in the off position. SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 Mode ON OFF OFF OFF Touchscreen Calibration mode OFF ON OFF OFF Hide System Toolb ar OFF OFF ON OFF Boot Loader mode OFF OFF OFF ON Reserved OFF OFF OFF OFF Normal operation N ote : HMI Power must be cycled to en able the DIP switch mode. Touch s creen Calibration mode : This mode allo ws calibrat ion of the touch screen. Hide System Toolbar: Hides the arrow in the bottom - right corner of the screen that accesses the System Toolbar (same as “Hide System Toolbar ” in System Parameters and LB9020) . Boot Loader mode : This mode forces the HMI to not execute the project. This mode is used when replacing or reinstalling the operating system. All units have an Upgrade OS button in the system menus. Contact Maple Systems for more information. Fusing Requirements If the display does not come on within two seconds of power up, remove power. An internal fuse (except HMI5043L and HMI5043LB) will prevent damage if the polarity of the DC power is incorrect. Check wiring to ensure proper connections and try to power up again.

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