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Programmable Controllers

Model ABS Rule System Category
C200HW/C200HX/C200HG/C200HE/C200H 2012 III
CJ1/CJ2 2009 III
CP1 2013 III
CPM2A/CPM1A 2009 III
CS1 2009 III
Note 1: The above table lists series names. Ask your OMRON representative for details on specific model numbers.
Note 2: Model certification has not been received for usage on the deck, in the bridge, or in locations subject to strong vibration.
Model certification for the ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) was made according to the Steel Vessel Rules.
Refer to the following table for system categories.
TABLE 1
Assignment to System Categories by Effects of Failure (2008)
System Category Effects of Failure
I Failure will not lead to dangerous situations for human safety, safety of the vessel and/or threat to the environment.
II Failure could eventually lead to dangerous situations for human safety, safety of the vessel and/or threat to the environment.
III Failure could immediately lead to dangerous situations for human safety, safety of the vessel and/or threat to the environment.
Notes:
1. Consideration is to be given to the extent of the damage directly caused by a failure.
2. The assignment of a computer-based system to the appropriate system category is to be made according to the greatest
likely extent of direct damage.
3. Where independent effective backup or other means of averting danger is provided the system category may be decreased.

Programmable Terminals

Model ABS Rule System Category
NS5/NS8/NS10/NS12 2009 III
Note 1: The above table lists series names. Ask your OMRON representative for details on specific model numbers.
Note 2: Model certification has not been received for usage on the deck, in the bridge, or in locations subject to strong vibration.
Model certification for the ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) was made according to the Steel Vessel Rules.
Refer to the following table for system categories.
TABLE 1
Assignment to System Categories by Effects of Failure (2008)
System Category Effects of Failure
I Failure will not lead to dangerous situations for human safety, safety of the vessel and/or threat to the environment.
II Failure could eventually lead to dangerous situations for human safety, safety of the vessel and/or threat to the environment.
III Failure could immediately lead to dangerous situations for human safety, safety of the vessel and/or threat to the environment.
Notes:
1. Consideration is to be given to the extent of the damage directly caused by a failure.
2. The assignment of a computer-based system to the appropriate system category is to be made according to the greatest
likely extent of direct damage.
3. Where independent effective backup or other means of averting danger is provided the system category may be decreased.