Omron PLC – CP1H Series (CP1 Omron PLC Family)

The Omron CP1H PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) is part of the CP1 family of controllers. We will be looking at the hardware and software of this industrial controller. The instructions will be discussed and communications to external devices (AdvancedHMI and C-More) will be shown. This tutorial is great for beginners or seasoned veterans that want to learn more about this PLC unit.

Omron CP1H Series – PLC

System Hardware – Video
CX-Programmer – Video
Omron PLC - CP1H Series (CP1 Omron PLC Family)
Establish Communication – Video
Setting, Forcing and Online Editing – Video
Numbering System and Addressing – Video
Omron PLC - CP1H Series (CP1 Omron PLC Family)
CP1H Timers – Video
Counters – Video
Data Movement – Video
Compare Instructions – Video
Data Shift Instructions
Video Part 1
Video Part 2
Math Instructions – Video
Data Conversion – Video
Program Control Instructions – Video
Table Data Instructions – Video
Data Control Instructions – Video
Omron PLC - CP1H Series (CP1 Omron PLC Family)
AdvancedHMI Communication – Video
Omron CP1H to C-More EA9-RHMI CommunicationVideo
Omron CP1H to C-More Micro HMI CommunicationVideo

Omron PLC - CP1H Series (CP1 Omron PLC Family)

YouTube Video Playlists 

Omron CP1H Series
Omron PLC - CP1H Series (CP1 Omron PLC Family)
Omron Communications – Host Link (Sysmac Way)
Learning PLC Programming
PLC Basic Tutorials
How to wire a PLC
PLC Program Development
PLC Programming Techniques
PLC Programming Examples
Advanced Programming Techniques
PLC Troubleshooting

The Omron CP1 series of programmable logic controllers consists of three different units. CP1E is the cost-effective unit, CP1L is the high performing controller that can come with embedded Ethernet and the CP1H is the position control and comprehensive programmable logic controller.
We will be looking a the CP1H for this series, but a majority of the information can be applied to the CP1E and the CP1L controllers as well.

– Standalone PLC with built-in I/O
– Communication ability – Ethernet Port, RS232, RS485 – support for protocols such as Modbus, Host Link, ASCII (No Protocol)
– Built-in Analog inputs and outputs
– 4 axis control of motion
– 4 high-speed counters
– powerful instruction set (similar to CS and CJ series)
– Ability to expand the system with a variety of modules