Momentum Modbus Plus 170 PNT Series Specifications

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Quantum automation platform
1 – Quantum automation platform
Backplanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 1/8
CPUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1/10
Power supply modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1/16
2 – Discrete I/O
Discrete I/O modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 2/12
Telefast® 2 pre-wired system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 2/48
Installation system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 2/58
CableFast cabling system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 2/64
3 – Application specific modules
Analog I/O modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 3/2
Intrinsically safe modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 3/20
Counter and special purpose modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 3/34
Quantum motion control modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 3/54
4 – I/O architectures, hot standby solution
and Momentum I/O
I/O architectures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 4/2
Hot standby solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 4/20
Momentum I/O. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 4/24
M1/M1E processor adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 4/70
Option adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 4/72
5 – Communications
Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 5/4
TCP/IP Ethernet network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 5/8
ConneXium industrial Ethernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 5/28
Modbus Plus network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 5/40
INTERBUS master module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 5/44
Profibus DP master module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 5/46
ASCII interface module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 5/48
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6 – Programming software
Concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6/2
ProWORX 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6/8
OFS data Server software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6/12
7 – Operator dialogue terminals
Magelis display units with alphanumeric screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/10
Magelis terminals with alphanumeric screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/12
Magelis display units and terminals with matrix screen . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/16
Magelis terminals with graphic screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/22
Magelis terminals with graphic screen
with Pentium processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/26
Magelis graphic stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/30
Development software for Magelis terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/32
Connections to bus and networks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7/36
8 – Supervision
Magelis IPC industrial PCs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8/4
Embedded Web Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8/12
FactoryCast Web Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8/13
Vijeo Look supervision software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8/14
Monitor Pro supervision software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8/26
9 – Services
User documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9/2
Automation Product Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9/4
Schneider Alliances partner products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9/6
Schneider Electric worldwide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9/16
Product reference index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9/20
Community regulations and protective treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9/24
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4 - I/O architectures,
hot standby solution and
Momentum I/O
I/O architectures
b Local I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/3
b Remote I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/8
b Distributed I/O, Modbus Plus network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/17
Hot standby solution
b Hot standby modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/23
Momentum I/O
b Discrete I/O bases
Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/26
v Discrete I/O bases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/35
b Analog I/O bases
Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/42
v Analog I/O Bases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/50
b Specialty module I/O bases
Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/54
v Specialty module I/O bases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/58
b Communication Adapters
Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/60
v Ethernet TCP/IP Communication Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/65
v Modbus Plus Communication Adapters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/69
M1/M1E processor adapters
Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/70
Option adapters
Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4/72
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Overview
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Overview
The Modicon Quantum Automation Series provides a highly flexible architecture that
ensures a cost-effective and high performance control solution, regardless of the
configuration. From centralized systems to highly distributed systems to networked
distributed control schemes, Quantum provides the right solution.
Quantum I/O can be used in three major architectures to meet control system
requirements:
b Local I/O.
b Remote I/O (RIO).
b Distributed I/O (DIO).
Whether your requirments are for improved space utilization, reduced installation
costs, high performance, or connectivity to HMIs and host computers, Quantum I/O
has an architecture that fits. Combining these different I/O architectures with
Quantum's wide range of communication options, an optimal control system can be
configured and installed to meet the most challenging control requirements.
Modbus Plus
Modbus Plus
Local I/O
Local I/O
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Remote I/O
DIO
Remote I/O
DIO
Remote I/O
Momentum I/O
Quantum Distributed I/O on Modbus Plus
Quantum Remote I/O
I/O architecture selection
Media
Maximum distance without repeaters
Speed
Scan synched I/O servicing
Hot standby support
Momentum I/O support
Modbus Plus compatible
Maximum
Drops per network
I/O words per network
I/O words per drop
Discretes per network
Discretes per drop
Analogs per network
Analogs per drop
Networks per controller
Typical backplanes
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Local I/O
Remote I/O
Distributed I/O
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–
–
–
No
–
–
Coax
15,000 ft (4,572 m)
1.5 MHz
Yes
Yes
No
No
Twisted pair
1,500 ft (457 m)
1 MHz
No
No
Yes
Yes
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31
63
–
64 in/64 out
–
1024 in/1024 out
–
64 in/64 out
–
6, 10, 16 slots
1,984 in/1,984 out
64 in/64 out
31,744 in/31,744 out
1024 in/1024 out
1,984 in/1,984 out
64 in/64 out
1
10, 16 slots
500 in/500 out
30 in/32 out
7,840 in/7,840 out
480 in/512 out
500 in/500 out
30 in/32 out
3
2, 3, 4 slots
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I/O architectures
Local I/O
Local I/O
The Quantum automation platform provides local I/O support for control systems
where the wiring is most effectively brought from the field to the main control cabinet.
Local I/O can comprise as few as one I/O module or as many as 14 modules along
with a programmable logic controller (a Quantum CPU) and a power supply module
in a single backplane. Local I/O can support up to 1344 I/O points in a 1845 cm2
(286 in2) panel space. Local I/O can also be expanded to a second backplane with
the use of a Backplane Expander.
If required for the application, system option modules can also be installed in the
local backplane. Available system option modules include RIO processors (one/CPU
supported) or Modbus Plus network interfaces (two/CPU supported). All other
available modules are considered and configured as I/O modules.
Selection of the appropriate backplane depends on the required number of modules
for the system. Backplanes are available in 2-, 3-, 4-, 6-, 10-, and 16-slot versions.
If required, communications and networking modules can also be installed in the
local backplane. Most communication and networking modules require the local
CPU to be present; the exception is the 141 MMS 425 01 multi-axis SERCOS motion
module, which can operate as a standalone. Available Quantum communications
and network modules include:
b Modbus Plus and Modbus modules.
b Ethernet modules for TCP/IP, SY/MAX and MMS.
b Remote I/O modules.
b Hot Standby modules.
b SERCOS multi-axis servo motion control modules.
b InterBus modules.
b Lonworks modules.
b ProfiBus modules.
b As-iBus modules.
High performance interrupt functions
In certain applications, I/O needs to be updated faster than the normally scheduled
scan time. Quantum provides interrupt I/O services for high-speed applications.
These services include time interrupt processing, interrupt input, and immediate I/O
updates that support high-speed throughput of critical I/O located in the local
backplane. The services are driven by instructions embedded in Quantum's logic
language. The instructions can be programmed via ProWORX or Concept
programming software; they update the I/O immediately within the CPU. Utilizing a
subroutine section in the CPU, the updated I/O table can be used to update logic
only, or write to any local output module. Interrupt services increase machine
productivity, yielding higher throughput and better utilization of capital equipment.
Local I/O configuration rules
When you configure a local I/O sytstem, consider the following four characteristics:
b Available backplane slots for modules.
b Available power for the installed modules.
b Available addressing words to configure the modules.
b Available option module slots.
A local I/O system can support up to 14 slots for option processors and I/O modules
in a 16-slot backplane. If fewer I/O modules are required, smaller backplanes can be
used. For applications requiring more than14 slots, a backplane expander can be
used, and RIO and/or DIO can be added to the system. Empty modules
(140 XCP 500 00) are available to occupy unused slots.
Every CPU, option module and I/O module requires power from the backplane. This
power is provided by the system power supply. To ensure a valid configuration,
simply add up the required backplane current (in mA) for all modules in the local
backplane, and ensure that the total current is less than that provided by the selected
power supply.
A Quantum CPU in a local I/O drop can handle up to 64 input words and 64 output
words of I/O addressing. A 16-bit input or output module is equal to one word. Simply
add up the addressing requirements for each module to ensure that the limit is not
exceeded.
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Remote I/O
Presentation
For applications that require large I/O drops remotely mounted, highest I/O
performance, and/or connectivity to existing Modicon remote I/O installations, the
Quantum Automation Series provides a remote I/O (RIO) architecture solution.
Based on the S908 remote I/O network technology, this network is compatible with
existing installations of Modicon I/O products, including the 800 and 200 Series I/O
modules and Sy/Max I/O. New installations can incorporate an installed base of
these devices for reduced installation costs.
Quantum head-end with
CPU and 140 CRP 931
adapter
Quantum RIO drop with
140 CRA 931 adapter
800 series RIO drop with
AS-J890-101 adapter
200 series RIO drop with
AS-P453 adapter
Sy/Max I/O
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RIO is based on a coaxial cabling scheme that provides long-distance capability, up
to 5 km (16 400 ft) with CATV cable or longer with optional fiber optic cable. It is a
high-performance network operating at 1.544 Mbits/s for high I/O data throughput.
The RIO cable system consists of a linear trunk line, with line taps and drop cables
running to each remote drop. Up to 31 remote drops are configurable. Each drop can
support up to 128 I/O words (64 words in/64 words out).
Modicon segment scheduler
The Modicon segment scheduler complements the high performance of the RIO
network by interleaving I/O servicing and logic solving to create the fastest system
throughput available.
The segment scheduler breaks application programs into logical segments, then
schedules I/O servicing to occur in conjunction with the segment's associated logic
solving. Inputs are read prior to logic being solved and outputs are written after logic
is solved. This eliminates the need to wait for an entire scan before outputs are set,
giving a faster system response than comparable control systems. As a result, there
is no performance penalty for using RIO–it is as fast as local I/O.
For most systems, throughput of local or remote I/O can be estimated at no less than
two times scan (assumes measurement of input and output times through 24 V d.c.
modules). In addition, all analog and register values are updated automatically, as
fast as discrete I/O, without user programming.
Compatibility with the 800 and 200 Series I/O products
For forward integration from existing Modicon systems, the Quantum Automation
Series is compatible with the 800 and 200 Series I/O products. Using the same RIO
head end interface, it connects to 800 Series I/O via the P890300 RIO adapter, and
to 200 Series I/O via the P453/J290 and P451/J291 RIO adapters.
Other standard Modicon components are also compatible with this system, including
network taps (MA-0185-100) and splitters (MA-0186-100). Quantum remote I/O also
supports drops of Sy/Max I/O.
Rules of configuration
To ensure a valid configuration, add up the required backplane current (in mA) for all
modules at each I/O remote location, and ensure the total is less than the available
power in the selected power supply.
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Topologies
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RIO cable topologies
A single-cable RIO topology
Quantum CPU with 140 CRP 931 00 adapter
Local I/O
52-0401-000 F
connector
RIO drop 1, with a
140 CRA 931 00
adapter
Last RIO drop, with a
140 CRA 931 00
adapter
RIO drop 2, with a
140 CRA 931 00
adapter
97-5951-000 RG-11
trunk cable
Unconfigured
expansion drop
location
97-5750-000 RG-6
drop cables
MA-0185-100
tap
MA-0185-100
tap
MA-0185-100 tap
with 52-0402-000
port terminator
MA-0185-100 tap with
52-0422-000 trunk
terminator
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An MA-0185-100 tap is required for every drop on the system to electrically isolate
the drop from the trunk and protect the system from impedance mismatches and
cable disconnections. A minimum signal strength of 14dB is required between the
trunk and each drop to ensure correct operation. The signal loss on the trunk cable
as it crosses the tap is less than 1dB. A total of 35 dB is available from the head-end
RIO processor. The entire cabling architecture must not exceed this system limit.
For systems that require high availability, a redundant-cable option is available to
protect the system from cable breaks and damaged connectors. With two cables
connected between the host and each drop, a single cable break does not disrupt
communications. If a cable break occurs, a health bit is set to indicate the problem
node and faulty cable. For preventative maintenance, the system also provides retry
counters for all communication transactions to all nodes. High retry counts on a cable
in a specific node could indicate connection problems that can be scheduled and
corrected prior to unwanted downtime.
A redundant-cable RIO topology
Quantum CPU with 140 CRP 932 00 adapter
Local I/O
Two F connectors
RIO drop 1, with a
140 CRA 932 00
adapter
RIO drop 2, with a
140 CRA 932 00
adapter
Last RIO drop, with a
140 CRA 932 00
adapter
Two trunk cables
Two drop cables
per drop
Two taps per drop
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Remote I/O
Point-to-point RIO communications with fiber optic repeaters
Fiber optic repeaters are available to enhance network noise immunity and
increase cable distance to as much as 15 km (9.3 miles). Repeaters convert the
twisted-pair cable to standard 62.5/125 µm fiber while maintaining the full dynamic
range of the network.
Quantum head-end CPU with 140 CRP 931 00 adapter
RG-11 coax trunk cable
Tap with 52-0422-000
trunk terminator
RG-6 coax drop cable
490 NRP 954 00
fiber optic drop
Fiber optic Rx and Tx cables
490 NRP 954 00
fiber optic drop
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RIO drop 1
RIO drop 2
Last RIO drop
RG-11 coax
trunk cable
Tap
RG-6 coax
drop cable
Tap
Tap with 52-0422-000
trunk terminator
A self-healing ring topology
Multiple 490 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeaters can be interconnected in a closed loop
ring so that if a break occurs anywhere in the ring the network can reconfigure itself.
The RIO signal is sent down both legs of the ring by the drop repeater to the head
repeaters. When a signal is received on one Rx line, the other Rx channel is
blanked–this prevents the same signal from being transmitted twice in the ring. The
maximum length of fiber cable allowed in a self-healing ring is 10 km (32 000 ft).
Quantum head-end
Terminated tap
RIO drop 1
RIO drop 4
Repeater
Drop repeater
Terminated
tap
Repeater
Repeaters
RIO drop 2
Terminated
tap
Terminated
tap
Terminated
tap
RIO drop 3
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Characteristics
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Remote I/O
Head-end adapter and drop adapter characteristics
Model
140 CRP 931 00
140 CRP 932 00
140 CRA 931 00
Type
Head-end
Drop adapter
Drop type
–
I/O type
Quantum, 200 series, 500 series, 800 series,
or Symax (any mix)
–
Modules/drop
31 (drops) max.
27 (modules) max.
Words/drop
64 in/64 out words
ASCII
2 ports per drop, 32 ports (16 drops), max.
(requires use of AS-P892-000, AS-J892-101/
102, or AS-J290-0X0 at the RIO drops).
Ω
Coax termination
Coax shield
Quantum
Internal 75
Tied to chassis ground
Capacitor to ground
Data transfer rate
mb
1.544
Dynamic range
dB
35
Isolation
c
500 V coaxial cable, center conductor to ground
Cable connections
General
140 CRA 932 00
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Single cable
One "F" type female connector with a right angle adapter
Redundant cable
Two "F" type female connectors with a right angle adapter
Holdup time
–
Software configurable
NOTE: In the event of a communication loss
with the remote processor, output modules
during this time will retain their last operating
state. Input module data will be held in the
system controlling CPU. After this time, output
modules will assume their predefined timeout
states and inputs will be zeroed by the CPU.
Diagnostics
Power Up
Dual port memory check
LAN controller check
Power Up and Runtime
Executive checksum
RAM address/data
Maximum number of CPRs
supported by the controller
1
–
Bus current requirement
mA
mA
Single channel: 600
Dual channel: 750
Power dissipation
W
W
Single channe: 3
Dual channel: 3.8
Agency approvals
UL 508, CSA 22.2-142, cUL, FM Class 1 Div.2, e
Fiber optic cable considerations
If you are using a fiber optic link in your RIO network, consider the following when
selecting fiber optic cable from a vendor:
For most applications, 62.5/125 µm cable is recommended because of its relatively
low loss and low signal distortion. However, in high optical power applications, such
as those that use splitters or star couplers, the 100/140 µm cable should be used.
Wherever possible, select a multiconductor cable. It is inexpensive; it provides a
backup path in case a cable gets cut in the process of pulling it; and you can use the
extra path for voice, video, or other communications
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References
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Modules
Description
Quantum RIO head-end adapter Single-cable
140 CRP 931 00
Weight
kg (lb)
–
Redundantcable
140 CRP 932 00
–
Single-cable
140 CRA 931 00
–
Redundantcable
140 CRA 932 00
–
–
490 NRP 954 00
–
Length
Reference
320 m
(1000 ft)/roll
97 5750 000
Weight
kg (lb)
–
RG-11 coaxial quad shield cable 320 m
(sold by the roll)
(1000 ft)/roll
97 5951 000
–
Preassembled drop cable (with F 15 m (50 ft)
connectors, self-terminating F
adapter, and quad shield RG-6
42 m (140 ft)
cable)
AS MBII 003
–
AS MBII 004
–
Quantum RIO drop adapter
RIO fiber optic drop
Cable
Reference
Cables
Description
RG-6 coaxial quad shield cable
(sold by the roll)
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Accessories
Description
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Length
Reference
Backplane expander
–
140 XBE 100 00
Weight
kg (lb)
–
Expander cables
1m
140 XCA 717 03
–
2m
140 XCA 717 06
–
3m
140 XCA 717 09
–
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Accessories (continued)
Description
Quantity
Tap (connects a drop cable to 1 tap
the trunk cable)
MA 0185 100
Weight
kg (lb)
–
Splitter (splits a signal from a –
single cable for two-cable use)
MA 0186 100
–
Tap terminator (for unused
drop locations)
1 terminator
52 0402 000
–
Trunk terminator (for last tap
on the network)
1 terminator
52 0422 000
–
MA 0329 001
–
490 RIO 002 11
–
52 0480 000
–
043509446
–
52 0614 000
–
52 0724 000
–
60 0513 000
–
1 tool
490 RIO 004 00
–
1 tool
490 RIO 0S4 11
–
2 blades
490 RIO 004 06
–
–
Consult our regional sales office
–
Ground block
1 block
60 0545 000
–
Crimping tools
F connector on RG-6
1 tool
60 0544 000
–
1 tool
490 RIO 0C4 11
–
043509432
–
60 0558 000
–
F connector
For RG-6 quad-shield
cable
For RG-11 cable
10 connectors
cassette
6 connectors
bag
Right-angle F adapter for semi- 1 adapter
rigid cable
BNC connector for RG-6 quad- 1 connector
shield cable
F-to-BNC adapter for RG-11
1 adapter
cable
BNC jack to male F connector 1 jack
(with J890/J892 drop adapters)
BNC in-line terminator
1 terminator
Coaxial cable stripping tool
For RG-6
For RG-11
Replacement blade pack
RG-6
RG-11
F connector on RG-11
BNC connector on RG-6 1 tool
Cable cutter
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1 tool
Reference
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I/O architectures
Distributed I/O, Modbus Plus
Presentation
The Modicon Quantum automation platform delivers a distributed I/O (DIO) architecture that provides cost-effective and
flexible solutions for controling and monitoring I/O signals over a wide area. The Quantum DIO architecture uses the
same I/O modules as a local or remote I/O (RIO) subsystem, and reduces installation costs by using low-cost,
twisted-pair cables. A special DIO drop adapter with a built-in power supply is used at each drop.
Quantum DIO drop adapters are specifically designed to link Quantum I/O modules to the head via twisted-pair shielded
cable. A drop adapter also provides the I/O with power (maximum 3A) from a 24 V d.c. or 115/230 V a.c. source. DIO drops
may also be powered by standard Quantum 8 A power supply modules, in which case the 3 A supply built into the drop
adapter is not used.
A DIO drop is smaller than an RIO drop, but more drops can be supported and they can be spread over a wider area than
an RIO network. RIO supports a linear configuration up to 4500 m (15 000 ft) long, while the DIO architecture supports up
to three network heads per CPU and up to 1800 m (6000 ft) per network (using RR85 repeaters). Even greater distances
can be achieved using fiber optic repeaters.
The DIO architecture is based on Modbus Plus technology. A DIO network can support 32 nodes over 500 m (1500 ft);
by using repeaters, the DIO network length can be extended to 2000 m ( 6000 ft) and can support up to 64 nodes. Up
to three DIO networks are supported – one is native to the CPU itself, and the other two are available by adding optional
140 NOM 211 x0 or 140 NOM 212 x0 network interface modules into the Quantum backplane. With three DIO networks,
a single CPU can support 189 drops of I/O. DIO can be combined with RIO in the same CPU system for significantly larger
I/O counts.
All products that currently support Modbus Plus can coexist on the DIO network. For example, a programming panel can
be connected to the DIO network to monitor and troubleshoot an operating control system from the remote site, without
running a separate communication link. In addition, HMI devices like a PanelMate Plus or FactoryMate Plus can
participate on the network to reduce the number of networks required for a system. Distributed systems can have HMI
devices at remote stations without either a separate communications link or a local controller present, which significantly
reduces hardware and installation costs.
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Typical Multi-Network Distributed I/O System
Modbus Plus to host interface
DIO
DIO
Momentum
I/O only DIO network #1 - to 63 drops w/repeater
Multifunction DIO network #2 - to 63 nodes w/repeater
F1 F2 F3
7 8 9
4 5 6
1 2 3
0 • RUN
DIO
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Momentum
ESC
ENT
STOP
Altivar 66
Variable speed
AC drive
PC
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I/O architectures
Distributed I/O, Modbus Plus
Using Modbus Plus for distributed I/O
Modbus Plus can be used as the fieldbus for a distributed I/O network under the control of a Quantum CPU. A Modbus
Plus master needs to reside at the head end of the network (as either a 140 NOM 21p module or Quantum CPU with a
built-in Modbus Plus interface). A 140 CRA 211 pp module must reside in each distributed I/O drop on the network. A
CRA module acts as both a distributed I/O adapter and a power supply for the drop; no additional power supply modules
are required. Each DIO drop can address up to 30 input words and 32 output words.
A single or redundant cable topology may be employed in the distributed I/O system. Depending on your system's
requirements, one of the following module combinations can be used to set up a Modbus Plus-based DIO system:
At the head
At the drop
Type of system
CPU with MBP or
140 NOM 211 00
140 CRA 211 10
Single cable with a 115/230 V power source at the drop
CPU with MBP or
140 NOM 211 00
140 CRA 211 20
Single cable with c 24 V power source at the drop
140 NOM 212 00
140 CRA 211 10
Redundant cable with a 115/230 V power source at the drop
140 NOM 212 00
140 CRA 211 20
Redundant cable with c 24 V power source at the drop
Description
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The Modbus Plus 140 NOMpp 00 modules at the end of the network comprise on the front panel:
1 Model number and color code
2 LED Status indicators comprising:
- Ready (green)
- Fault (red)
- Pwr ok (green)
- Modbus + (green)
- Error A (red)
- Error B (red)
3 Removable, hinged door with customer identification
label
4 Microswitch
5 Modbus port
6 Modbus Plus
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I/O architectures
Distributed I/O, Modbus Plus
Drop interface characteristics
Model
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140 CRA 211 10
140 CRA 212 10
140 CRA 211 20
140 CRA 212 20
Function
DIO drop interface DIO drop interface DIO drop interface DIO drop interface
a source voltage a source voltage c source voltage c source voltage
Cable connections
Single
Redundant
Single
Input voltage
a 85 … 276 V
a 85 … 276 V
c 20 … 30 V
Frequency range
Hz
47 … 63
47 … 63
–
Input current
A
0.4 @ a 115 V
0.2 @ a 230 V
0.4 @ a 115 V
0.2 @ a 230 V
1.6
Inrush current
A
10 @ a 115 V
20 @ a 230 V
10 @ a 115 V
20 @ a 230 V
30
Power input
VA
50
50
–
Buffer time
cycle
0.5 @ full load and minimum line
voltage/frequency and less than 1 s
between interrupts
Max. 1.0 ms
Fusing
A
1.5 external
2.5 external
Voltage
c
5.1 V
Current
A
3
Minimum load
A
0
Bus output
Protection
Over-current, over-voltage
Words
Diagnostics startup
Run time
30 I / 32 O (two additional input words are reserved for I/O drop status)
RAM
Yes
RAM Address
Yes
Checksum
Yes
Processor
–
RAM
Yes
RAM Address
Yes
Checksum
Yes
Processor
–
Terminal block, 7-pole
Field wiring
Power dissipation
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1.5 external
Redundant
W
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DIO drop adapters/power supplies/cables characteristics
Model
Input requirements
140 CRA 211 10
Voltage
Frequency
Hz
a 85...276 V
47...63
140 CRA 211 20
140 CRA 212 20
c 20...30 V
–
Less than 10% of the fundamental rms –
value
Voltage total harmonic distortion
Current
A
0.4 @ a 115 V
0.2 @ a 230 V
1.6
Inrush current
A
30
VA rating
VA
10 @ a 115 V
20 @ a 230 V
50
Power interruption
s
1/2 cycle @ full load & minimum rated
line voltage/frequency.
No less than 1 between interruptions
1.0 ms max
Fusing (external)
A
1.5 (part # 043502515 or equivalent)
2.5 (part # 04350348 or equivalent)
Standalone or not powered
Standalone
Operating mode
Output-to-bus
140 CRA 212 10
Voltage
c
5.1 V
Current
A
3
Minimum load
A
0
–
4
Protection
Over current, over voltage
Communication
Modbus Plus
1 port (single cable)
2 ports (dual cable)
General
Specifications
I/O type: Quantum
modules/drop: depends on bus current loading and word count
words: 30 in/32 out (two additional input words are reserved for drop status)
Diagnostics
Power-up runtime
RAM data/address
executive checksum
Field wiring connector
7-point terminal strip
(part # 043506326)
Internal power dissipation
2.0 V + 3.0 V x IBUS = Watts, where IBUS is in A)
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(part # 043503328)
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Head-end module characteristics
Model
140 NOM 211 00
140 NOM 212 00
140 NOM 252 00
Function
DIO head-end interface
for twisted-pair cable
DIO head-end interface
for twisted-pair cable
DIO head-end interface for twisted-pair cable
Cable connections
Single
Redundant
2 (transmit and receive pairs)
Communication ports
1 Modbus (RS 232)
1 Modbus Plus (RS 485)
1 Modbus (RS 232)
2 Modbus Plus (RS 485)
1 Modbus (RJ 45)
2 Modbus Plus (fiber optic cable)
Words
30 in / 32 out (two additional input words are reserved for I/O drop status)
Diagnostics
startup
Run time
4
RAM
Yes
RAM Address
Yes
Checksum
Yes
Processor
Yes
RAM
Yes
RAM Address
Yes
Checksum
Yes
Processor
Yes
Bus current required
mA
780
780
750
Power dissipation
W
4
4
4
Data rate
MBPS 1
1
1
Pulse width distortion/jitter
ns
–
–
5 or better
Wavelength
nm
–
–
820
Power loss
50/125 mm fiber
budget
(including 3 dB 62.5/125 mm fiber
margin)
100/140 mm fiber
dB
–
–
6.5
dB
–
–
11
dB
–
–
16.5
50/125 mm fiber
dBm
–
–
-12.8 ... -19.8
62.5/125 mm fiber
dBm
–
–
-9 ... -16
100/140 mm fiber
dBm
–
–
-3.5 ... 110.5
ns
–
–
20 or better
Sensitivity
dBm
–
–
30 or better
Dynamic range
dB
–
–
20
Detected silence
dBm
–
–
-36
Optical
transmission
Rise/fall time
Optical
receiver
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I/O architectures
Modbus Plus network, network layout with components
Quantum redundant Modbus Plus network
1
2
22
21
25
17
7
6
4
4
32
Network with PC cards for Modbus Plus
3
16
14
15
Ethernet
18
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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140 NOM 212 00 Quantum Modbus Plus Head-end Interface, redundant support, twisted pair cable.
140 NOM 252 00 Quantum Modbus Plus Head-end Interface, single-cable support, fiber optic cable.
140 NOM 211 00 Quantum Modbus Plus Head-end Interface, single-cable support, twisted pair cable.
140 CRA 212 10 Quantum Modbus Plus Drop Interface and power supply, redundant support,
115/230 VAC.
140 CRA 211 10 Quantum Modbus Plus Drop Interface and power supply, single-cable support,
115/230 VAC.
170 PNT 160 20 Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapter, redundant network, IEC support.
170 NEF 160 21 Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapter, redundant network, 984 support.
170 NEF 110 21 Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapter, non-redundant network, 984 support.
170 PNT 110 20 Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapter, non-redundant network, IEC support.
490 NRP 254 00 Modbus Plus Repeater, line/drop, fiber optic support.
490 NRP 253 00 Modbus Plus Repeater, point-to-point, fiber optic support.
NW-BM85C-002 Modbus Plus Bridge/Multiplexer, panel or shelf mount, 4 Modbus Plus ports.
NW-RR85-001 Modbus Plus Repeater, coaxial cable.
AM-SA85-030 Modbus Plus ISA PC Adapter Card, single port.
416 NHM 300 30 Modbus Plus PCI PC Adapter Card, single port.
SW-MXDS-001 Modbus Plus Driver Suite.
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Modbus Plus network, network layout with components
Modbus Plus network for Quantum and Momentum
DIO
26
27
28
29
30
31
5
19
9
Modbus Plus bridges, repeaters and taps
4
12
23
13
33
Modbus
24
11
11
8
20
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
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990 NAD 230 11 Modbus Plus Ruggedized Tap Terminators.
174 CEV 300 20 Modbus Plus-to-Ethernet Bridge.
416 NHM 212 33 Modbus Plus Type III PCMCIA Card, single port.
416 NHM 212 34 Modbus Plus Type III PCMCIA Card, single port with Plug-and-Play capability.
990 NAD 230 00 Modbus Plus Tap, IP20.
990 NAD 230 10 Modbus Plus Tap, IP65.
AS-MBKT-085 Modbus Plus Inline Connector.
AS-MBKT-185 Modbus Plus Terminating Connector.
990 NAD 211 10 Modbus Plus Drop Cable, 2.4 m (8 ft).
990 NAD 215 10 Modbus Plus Ruggedized Tap Programming Cable, 3.05 m (10 ft).
170 MCI 021 20 Modbus Plus RJ45 cable, 3.05 m (10 ft).
170 XTS 020 00 Modbus Plus “T” Connector (DB9 base).
170 MCI 020 10 Modbus Plus RS 485 cable, 25 cm (10 in).
170 MCI 020 80 Modbus Plus RJ45 cable, double-ended, 10 m (30 ft).
170 XTS 021 00 Modbus Plus RJ45 Terminator.
416 NHM 300 32 Modbus Plus PCI PC Adapter Card, dual ports.
NW-BP85-002 Modbus Plus Bridge Plus, 4 Modbus Plus ports.
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I/O architectures
Distributed I/O, Modbus Plus
Modbus Plus products, cables and accessories
Modbus Plus bridges and repeaters
Description
Support
No and type of ports
References
Panel or shelf
2 Modbus Plus / 4 RS 232 Modbus
NW-BM85C002
Panel or shelf
1 Modbus Plus / 4 RS 232 Modbus
NW-BM85-000
–
Rack-mount
2 Modbus Plus / 4 RS 232 Modbus
NW-BM85D008
–
Rack-mount
2 Modbus Plus / 4 RS 232 programmable
NW-BM85D002
–
Panel or shelf
2 Modbus Plus / 4 RS 232 programmable
NW-BM85S232
–
Panel or shelf
2 Modbus Plus / 4 RS 485 programmable
NW-BM85S485
–
Modbus Plus bridge Plus
–
4 Modbus Plus
NW-BP85-002
–
Modbus Plus repeater
Coaxial cable
–
NW-RR85-001
–
Point-to-point
Fiber optic
–
490 NRP 253 00
–
Line/drop
Fiber optic
–
490 NRP 254 00
–
Support
No and type of ports
References
a 115/230
140 CRA 211 10
Weight
kg (Ib)
–
c 28
140 CRA 211 20
–
a 115/230
140 CRA 212 10
–
c 28
140 CRA 212 20
–
Single-cable
Twisted pair cable
140 NOM 211 00
–
Redundant
Twisted pair cable
140 NOM 212 00
–
Single-cable
Fiber optic cable
140 NOM 252 00
–
Non-redundant
IEC support
170 PNT 110 20
–
Network
984 support
170 NEF 110 21
–
Redundant
IEC support
170 PNT 160 20
–
Network
984 support
170 NEF 160 21
–
Modbus Plus Bridge multiplexer
Modbus Plus programmable bridge/multiplexers
Weight
kg (Ib)
–
Modbus Plus communication devices
Description
Quantum Modbus Plus
Drop interface and power supply Single-cable
Redundant
Head-end interface
Momentum Modbus Plus
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Modbus Plus
Modbus Plus products, cables and accessories (continued)
Connectors
Description
Quantity
References
Modbus Plus inline
1 per kit
AS-MBKT-085
Weight
kg (Ib)
–
Modbus Plus terminating
2 per kit
AS-MBKT-185
–
Modbus Plus network cable installation tool
–
AS-MBPL-001
–
Modbus Plus “T” connector (DB9 base)
1
170 XTS 020 00
–
RJ 45 terminator
2 per kit
170 XTS 021 00
–
RS 485 (DB9 base) cable connector “T” for RJ 45
–
170 XTS 040 00
–
RJ 45 shielded connectors
20 per kit
170 XTS 022 00
–
RS 485 (RJ485) cable connector “T” for RJ 45
1
170 XTS 041 00
–
RS 485 multi-master RJ 45 shunt plugs
2
170 XTS 042 00
–
Quantity
References
Modbus Plus tap, IP 20
1
990 NAD 230 00
Weight
kg (Ib)
–
Modbus Plus ruggedized tap, IP 65
1
990 NAD 230 10
–
Modbus Plus ruggedized tap terminators
2 per kit
990 NAD 230 11
–
Modbus Plus ruggedized tap DIN rail mounting bracket
assembly
Modbus Plus lightning arrestor
1
990 NAD 230 12
–
1
490 NAC 721 00
–
Quantity
References
1
AM-SA85-030
Weight
kg (Ib)
–
2
AM-SA85-032
–
1
416 NHM 300 30
–
2
416 NHM 300 32
–
Modbus Plus Type III PCMCIA Card
1
416 NHM 212 33
–
Modbus Plus Type III PnP PCMCIA Card
1
416 NHM 212 34
–
Taps
Description
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Host Adapters - PC Interface Kits
Description
Modbus Plus ISA PC Adapter Card
Modbus Plus PCI PC Adapter Card
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Modbus Plus
Modbus Plus products, cables and accessories (continued)
Cables
Description
Lenght
in m (ft)
30.5 (100)
References
490 NAA 271 01
Weight
kg (Ib)
–
152.5 (500)
490 NAA 271 02
–
305 (1000)
490 NAA 271 03
–
457 (1500)
490 NAA 271 04
–
1525 (5000)
490 NAA 271 06
–
3.7 (12)
990 NAA 263 20
–
15 (50)
990 NAA 263 50
–
Modbus Plus Ruggedized Tap Programming Cable
3.05 (10)
990 NAA 215 10
–
Modbus Plus Drop Cable
2.4 (8)
990 NAD 211 10
–
6 (20)
990 NAD 211 30
–
25 cm (10 in)
170 MCI 020 10
–
1 (3)
170 MCI 020 36
–
Standard Modbus Plus Cable
Modbus Programming Cable
Modbus Plus RS 485 cable
Modbus Plus RS 485 master Communication Cable
(RJ45/RJ45)
Modbus Plus RJ45 cable
0.3 (1)
170 MCI 041 10
–
3 (10)
170 MCI 021 20
–
Modbus Plus RJ45 cable, double-ended
3 (10)
170 MCI 021 80
–
10 (30)
170 MCI 020 80
–
1 (3)
110 XCA 282 01
–
3 (10)
110 XCA 282 02
–
6 (20)
110 XCA 282 03
–
Type
References
Modbus Plus wiring terminal insertion tool
–
043 509 383
Field I/O Connector
Base unit
140 XTS 002 00
–
Field I/O Connector IP 20 Finger safe
IP 20 rated
140 XTS 001 00
–
Field Power Connector
IP 20 rated
140 XTS 005 00
–
Modbus Plus D-shell Adapter for AT serial port
RJ45 to 9-pin, adapter for AT serial port
110 XCA 203 00
–
Modbus Plus D-shell Adapter for XT serial port
RJ45 to 25-pin D shell adapter for XT serial port
110 XCA 204 00
–
RJ crimping tool
–
170 XTS 023 00
–
Ground Clamp
–
424 244 739
–
Modbus RS 232 Communication Cable (RJ45/RJ45)
Accessories
Description
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kg (Ib)
–
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4
Hot standby modules
Presentation
The hot standby option provides Quantum series CPUs with the high dependability
that security-critical applications demand. Central to the system is a standby
controller–a second Quantum system configured identically with the primary control
system with special hot standby modules mounted in both backplanes. The standby
controller uses a high-speed fiber optic link to constantly maintain the current system
status of the primary controller. In the event of an unexpected failure in the primary
controller, system control automatically switches over to the standby controller.
Critical processes running on a remote I/O network remain intact, unaffected by
controller hardware failures. The result is higher productivity with reduced
down-time.
At the beginning of every primary controller scan, the current register and I/O state
table is transferred to the standby controller across a secure, high-speed fiber optic
link. If switchover is triggered, the standby controller takes control of the system with
up-to-date I/O and register status for a bumpless, controlled transfer with minimal
process impact. At switchover, the standby controller becomes the primary controller
and, when the downed controller is restored to good health, it becomes the standby.
Most applications demand that identical logic programs reside in the two controllers.
User logic comparisons between the two controllers are performed at startup and
during runtime. By default, the standby controller is taken offline if a logic mismatch
is detected. You have the option to allow logic mismatches to coexist for high
availability during maintenance periods. If minor process changes are required, you
can make them without disturbing standby operations.
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In the event that the standby controller does not have the application program, it can
be copied from the primary controller. Copying the program is a simple two-step
procedure that uses the keyswitch and update button on the front of the standby
controller. This task can be accomplished by a maintenance person without the use
of a programming panel.
For ease of ordering and installation, Schneider offers three preconfigured kits for hot
standby applications. The 140 CHS 210 00 kit for open configuration includes all the
products necessary to add the hot standby to an existing system. The other two kits,
140 CHS 410 10 and 140 CHS 410 20, contain hot standby, backplanes, power
supplies, and Quantum controllers, so you can easily build a hot standby system
from the ground up.
1
Description
The Hot Standby module 140 CHS 110 00 comprises on the front panel:
2
3
4
5
6
7
1 Model number and color code.
2 LED array.
Ready (green) - module has completed start-up diagnostics (blinks to indicate
transmission errors).
Com Act (green) - communicating with I/O bus (blinks to indicate transmission
errors).
Primary (green) - module controls the process.
Com Err (red) - indicates transmission errors, or connection interrupted.
Standby (amber) - module in standby mode; blinks during the update process.
3 Removable, hinged door and customer identification label.
8
4 Selector switches.
5 Micro switch.
6 Update pushbutton.
7 Fiber optic transmit cable connector.
8 Fiber optic receive cable connector.
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Hot standby cable topologies
A hot standby system controls the I/O drops on a remote I/O (RIO) network. The local
backplanes for the primary and standby controllers each require a Quantum CPU, an
RIO head-end adapter module and a 140 CHS 110 00 Hot Standby module. Critical
I/O should never be used in the local backplane because it will not be switched over
when primary control shifts from one controller to the other.
The two 140 CHS 110 00 Hot Standby modules are connected to each other by a
special fiber optic cable. This link allows the standby controller to maintain the current
system status of the primary controller. The two RIO head-end adapter modules
connect to the RIO trunk cable via an MA-0186-100 splitter.
Primary PLC
Standby PLC
Fiber optic cable
Self-terminating
F-adapter
4
Self-terminating
F-adapter
Splitter
RIO drop 1
RIO drop 2
Last RIO drop
Coaxial cable
Tap
Tap
Terminated tap
A hot standby system can also support a redundant RIO cable topology. The coaxial
cables running from the two cable ports on the 140 CRP 932 00 head-end adapters
in the two controllers are connected to the redundant RIO cable by separate
MA-0186-100 splitters.
Primary PLC
Standby PLC
Fiber optic cable
Splitter
Splitter
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RIO drop 2
Last RIO drop
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Characteristics
Model
140 CHS 110 00
2 connectors (transmit and receive) for fiber optic link
Comm ports
RFI immunity (per IEC 801-3)
MHz
27 ... 1000, 10 V/m
Bus current
mA
700 (typical)
Electrostatic discharge (per IEC 801-2)
kV
8 air, 4 contact
Compatibility
4
Software
ProWORX NxT V2.0 or Concept Version 2.0 and or greater
Quantum CPUs
Version 2.0 or higher
Input/output type
Quantum, 800 Series, and Sy/Max (remote I/O only)
Fiber optic ports
1 Transmit
1 Receive
Programming software
ProWORX NxT V2.0 or Concept Version 2.0 and or greater
Quantum controllers
All, 984 ladder logic; IEC, 140 CPU 434 12A and 534 14A
CHS loadable software requirements
Version 2.0 minimum
Loadable function block performance
CHS block (Included with kit)
Switchover time
ms
13 to 48 for hot standby to assume control after primary fault detected
Scan impact communications
ms
3 + 6 per kB of configured state RAM
10 megabaud
CHS communications rate
Cable between Quantum systems
m
3 fiber optic
Current requirements
mA
700
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References
Description
Hot Standby module
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Components
Reference
–
140 CHS 110 00
Weight
kg (lb)
1.06 (2.33)
Hot Standby kit for open 2 CHS hot standby
140 CHS 210 00
configuration
processors
1 fiber optic (3m) hot
standby cable
1 CHS loadable software
package
1 S908 terminator kit
CHS installation manual
–
Hot Standby kit for
Quantum CPU 113 02
2 CHS hot standby
140 CHS 410 10
processors
1 fiber optic (3m) hot
standby cable
1 CHS loadable software
package
1 S908 terminator kit
CHS installation manual
2 140 XBP 006 00
backplanes
2 140 CPS 111 00 power
supplies
2 140 CRP 931 01 remote
I/O processors
2 Quantum CPUs, 140
CPU 113 02
–
Hot Standby kit for
Quantum CPU 113 03
2 CHS hot standby
140 CHS 410 20
processors
1 fiber optic (3m) hot
standby cable
1 CHS loadable software
package
1 S908 terminator kit
CHS installation manual
2 140 XBP 006 00
backplanes
2 140 CPS 111 00 power
supplies
2 140 CRP 931 01 remote
I/O processors
2 Quantum CPUs, 140
CPU 113 03
–
User documentation
Quantum Hot Standby
System Planning and
Installation Guide
–
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840 USE 106 00
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Momentum I/O
A modular concept with four easy pieces
The Momentum I/O system comprises 4 fundamental components that easily snap
together in various combinations to form versatile distributed I/O system.
The four pieces are:
b Communication Adapters.
b I/O Base.
b Option Adapters (1).
b Processor Adapters (1).
I/O Base
Communication Adapter
Processor Adapter (1)
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Option Adapter (1)
Momentum communication adapters
Momentum’s design separates the communications from the I/O base, thus creating
a truly open I/O system that can be easily adapted to any fieldbus network. When a
Momentum I/O is coupled with a Communication Adapter, the two form a remote I/O
drop that connects directly to virtually any standard fieldbus I/O network. Together,
Momentum I/O supports control systems based on personal computers, distributed
control systems, programmable controllers and Momentum processors.
(1) The Processor Adapters and Options Adapters are only compatible with the Concept and
ProWORX softwares.
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Momentum I/O
Momentum I/O bases
Specialized Momentum I/O Bases support the rest of the control system. The
Communication Adapters, Processor Adapters and Option Adapters all snap onto
the I/O Bases. A selection of I/O base modules are available, including analog I/O,
discrete I/O, multi-function analog and bi-directional discrete bases. In addition,
Momentum I/O bases offer simple plug-in terminal strips, as well as standard 35 mm
DIN rail or panel mounting for ease of maintenance and installation.
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Momentum processors and option adapters (1)
When local distributed intelligence is required at the point of control, Momentum has
the answer. Momentum M1 processor Adapters are full fledged PLCs containing a
CPU, RAM and Flash memory. They are based on the popular Modicon family of
PLCs (i.e., directly compatible with Quantum, Compact and 984 PLCs), and snap
onto the Momentum I/O Bases, just like the communication adapters.
The Option Adapter provides the Processor Adapters with additional networking
capabilities, a time-of-day clock, and a battery back-up. The Option Adapters also
snap onto the I/O Base; in the figure below,the Processor Adapter is stacked on top.
(1) The Processor Adapters and Options Adapters are only compatible with the Concept and
ProWORX softwares.
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Momentum discrete I/O bases
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Product type
Input modules for direct current
Type of signal
True high
Operating voltage and Input voltage
24 VDC
120 VAC
230 VAC
Current consumption
Max. 250 mA
Max. 125 mA
max. 50 mA
Input type
IEC 1131 Type 1+
IEC 1131 Type 2
IEC 1131 Type 1+
Output voltage
–
Output type
–
Number of points
1 x 16 In
Potential isolation
Point to point
Group to group
Field to adapter
None
None
500 VAC
Current capacity
Per output
Per group
Per module
–
–
–
Response time
OFF-ON
ON-OFF
2.2 ms
3.3 ms
Protection against short circuit and overload
–
Fault reporting
–
–
–
Output fault
I/O error
Blown fuse
Type of module
170 ADI 340 00
Pages
4/35
4/26
2 x 16 In
Input modules for alternating current
2 x 8 In
None
1780 VAC
1780 VAC
170 ADI 350 00
10 ms @ 60 Hz
35 ms @ 60 Hz
13.3 ms @ 60 Hz
13.3 ms @ 60 Hz
170 ADI 540 50
170 ADI 740 50
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Output modules for direct current
Output modules for alternating current
24 VDC
120 VAC
230 VAC
Max. 250 mA
Max. 125 mA
Max. 65 mA
24 VDC
120 VAC
230 VAC
Solid state switch
Triac
4
–
2 x 8 out
2 x 16 out
None
None
500 VAC
0.5 A
4A
8A
2 x 4 out
2 x 8 out
2 x 4 out
2 x 8 out
0.5 A
4A
8A
2A
4A
8A
0.5 A
4A
8A
170 ADO 540 50
170 ADO 730 50
170 ADO 740 50
None
None
1780 VAC
0.5 A
8A
16 A
2A
4A
8A
< 0.1 ms
< 0.1 ms
Max. 1/2 x 1/f
Max. 1/2 x 1/f
Electronically safeguarded
1 fuse per group
1 LED/Out
To adapter
–
1 LED/4 Out
To adapter
–
None
None
1 LED
170 ADO 340 00
170 ADO 350 00
170 ADO 530 50
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Product type
I/O modules for direct current
Type of signal
True high
Input voltage
24 VDC
Operating voltage
24 VDC
Current consumption
Max. 250 mA
Input type
IEC 1131 Type 1+
Output voltage
24 VDC
Output type
Solid state switch
Number of points
1 x 16 In, 2 x 8 Out
4 x 4 In, 2 x 4 Out
True low
True high
Max. 250 mA +
sensor current
Potential isolation
Point to point
Group to group
Field to adapter
None
None
500 VAC
None
None
500 VAC
Current capacity
Per output
Per group
Per module
0.5 A
4A
8A
2A
8A
16 A
Response time
OFF-ON
ON-OFF
2.2 ms In, < 1 ms Out
3.3 ms In, < 1 ms Out
60 µs in, < 1 ms Out
80 µs in, < 1 ms Out
Protection against short circuit and overload
Electrically safeguarded outputs
Fault reporting
1 LED/Out
To adapter
–
Output fault
I/O error
Blown fuse
Type of module
170 ADM 350 10
Pages
4/35
4/28
170 ADM 350 11
2.2 ms In, < 1 ms Out
3.3 ms In, < 1 ms Out
Electrically
safeguarded outputs
and 4 electronically
safeguarded sensor
supply group
170 ADM 350 15
170 ADM 370 10
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I/O modules for direct and alternating current
True high
120 VAC
120 VAC
4
Max. 180 mA
Max. 250 mA
Max. 160 mA
IEC 1131 Type 1+, monitored
IEC 1131 Type 1+
IEC 1131 Type 2
24…230 VAC or 20…115 VDC
120…132 VAC
Relay (normally open)
Triac
1 x 16 In, 1 x 8 Out and 1 x 4 Out
1 x 10 In, 2 x 4 Out
1 x 10 In, 1 x 8 Out
None
None
500 VAC
None
None
500 VAC
0.5 A
4 A group 1, 2 A group 2
6A
2 A ohmic load
8 A ohmic load
16 A ohmic load
0.5 A
2A
4A
2.2 ms In, < 10 ms Out
3.3 ms In, < 10 ms Out
Max 1/2 x 1/f
Max 1/2 x 1/f
Electronically safeguarded outputs
None
1 LED/In, 1 LED/Out
To adapter
–
None
None
–
170 ADM 390 10
170 ADM 390 30
1780 VAC
1780 VAC
500 VAC
Varistor in parallel with each contact
None
None
1780 VAC
1 internal fuse per group
(not against overload)
None
None
1 LED/fuse
170 ARM 370 30
170 ADM 690 51
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4
Momentum discrete I/O Bases
Presentation
The Momentum Automation Platform products are modular. Communication
Adapters and Processor Adapters are designed to work as functional modules when
they are snapped onto a Momentum I/O base. An I/O base requires some type of
Momentum Adapter assembled on it before it can be functional.
The I/O bases fit into compact standard housings that can be mounted on a DIN rail
or on panels in a cabinet. They read information from field sensing devices and
control discrete and analog field actuating devices. Terminal blocks and bus bars are
available for use with the bases so that they can be used to support 2-, 3-, and 4-wire
field devices.
The I/O field devices and the power supply to the module are connected via three
18-pin terminal blocks and an optional 1-, 2-, or 3-row busbar. The terminal
connectors are electrically connected to the module; the optional busbars not.
Busbars provide a common connection for the field devices and serve as protective
distribution connectors. Depending on the I/O base and the type and number of field
devices to which it is connected, a 1-, 2-, or 3-row busbar may be used.
Terminal blocks and busbars are ordered separately, and are not shipped with the
Momentum I/O bases. They are available in either screw-in or spring-clip versions.
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Description
1
170 ADp discrete I/O base units comprise on the front panel :
2
3
4
7
4
5
4
7
Characteristics :
pages 4/31 to 4/34
4/30
1 An internal interface connector for the communication module or processor
module.
2 A locking and earth contact for the communication module or processor module.
3 LED status indicators (the number of indicators will depend on the number of
channels).
4 Three connectors for the removable terminal blocks.
5 An earthing screw.
6 A slot for the power strip.
7 Two holes for panel mounting.
Connectors to be ordered separately :
b removable screw or spring terminals 170 XTS 00p 00
b 1 to 3-row screw or spring bus bar 170 XTS 00p 01.
6
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
Connections :
pages 4/37 to 4/41
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Characteristics
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Quantum automation platform
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Momentum discrete I/O Bases
Characteristics of discrete input bases
Type of input base unit
Number of inputs
170 ADI 340 00
170 ADI 350 00
170 ADI 540 50
1 x 16
2 x 16
2x8
170 ADI 740 50
Input voltage
V
24 DC
120 AC
230 AC
Operating voltage
V
24 DC
Internal current
mA
250 (@ 24 VDC)
85…132 AC
(@ 47…63 Hz)
125 (@ 120 VAC)
164…253 AC
(@ 47…63 Hz)
125 (@ 230 VAC)
ON voltage
OFF voltage
ON
V
V
V
mA
- 3…30 DC
+ 11…30 DC
- 3…+ 5 DC
2.5 minimum
0…132 AC
74 AC minimum
20 AC maximum
10.0 minimum
163…253 AC
164 AC minimum
40 AC maximum
3…15
OFF
mA
1.2 maximum
2.0 maximum
0…15
kΩ
4
9.5 @ 50 Hz
7.5 @ 60 Hz
9 @ 50 Hz
7.5 @ 60 Hz
Input voltage range
Input current
Input resistance
Type of signal
Response time
True High
On-off maximum
ms
3.3
35.0 @ 60 Hz
13.3 @ 60 Hz
Off-on maximum
ms
2.2
10.0 @ 60 Hz
13.3 @ 60 Hz
Potential isolation
Group to group
V
–
1780 AC
Power dissipation
Field to communication interface V
W
Agency approvals
500 AC
3 typical,
5 maximum
UL, e, CSA, FM
Class I, Div. II
5.5 typical,
8.5 maximum
UL, e, CSA
4
1780 AC
–
UL, e, CSA, FM
Class I, Div. II
UL, e, CSA
Characteristics of discrete output bases
Type of output base unit
Number of outputs
170 ADO
340 00
2x8
170 ADO
350 00
2 x 16
170 ADO
530 50
2x4
Type of output
Solid state switch
Triac
170 ADO
540 50
2x8
170 ADO
730 50
2x4
170 ADO
740 50
2x8
Output voltage
V
24 DC
120 AC
230 AC
Operating voltage
V
24 DC
Internal current
mA
250 (@ 24 VDC)
120 AC
(300 for 10 s, 400 for 1
cycle)
125
230 AC
(300 for 10 s, 400 for 1
cycle)
65
0.5
4
8
–
2
4
8
5
0.5
2
0.5
Min. output current
A
A
A
mA
30
5
30
Leakage current
mA
< 1 @ 24 VDC
Surge current
A
5 for 1 ms
On StateVoltage drop
V
< 0.5 DC @ 0.5 A
On-off maximum
ms
Outputs electronically
protected
< 0.1
Off-on maximum
ms
< 0.1
1/2 x 1/f (= 0,5 of one line cycle)
None
None
Current
Point maximum
Group
Module
Protection (short-circuits, overloads)
Response time
Potential Isolation
Power dissipation
Output group
to output group
Field to communication interface V
W
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
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0.5
8
16
1.9 @ 120 VAC
2.5 @
2.4 @
230 VAC
230 VAC
Point: 15 (1 cycle), 10 (2 cycles), 5 (3 cycles)
< 1.5 AC @ < 1.5 AC @ < 1.5 AC @ < 1.5 AC @
2A
0.5 A
2A
0.5 A
Via internal 5 A slow-blow fuse per group
1/2 x 1/f (= 0,5 of one line cycle)
500 AC
1780 AC
3.5 typical
6.0 typical
6.0 typical 7.5 maximum
4.5 maximum 7.5 maximum
UL, e, CSA UL, e, CSA UL, e, CSA, FM Class I, Div. II
Connections :
pages 4/37 to 4/41
4/31
Characteristics (continued)
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Characteristics of discrete I/O bases (continued)
Type of base unit
170 ADM 350 10 170 ADM 350 11 170 ADM 350 15 170 ADM 370 10 170 ADM 390 10
Number of inputs
1 x 16
4x4
1 x 16
Number of outputs
2x8
2x4
1 x 8 and 1 x 4
Operating voltage
cV
24
Internal current
mA
250 @ c 24 V
cV
24
Inputs
Voltage
Type of signal
4
- 3…+ 5
+ 11…+ 30
Voltage at 0
cV
- 3…+ 5
+ 4…+ 30
- 3…+ 5
Input current
mA
2.5 min. at state 1 (6 mA @ c 24 V),1.2 max. at state 0
Input voltage range
cV
- 3…+ 30
Input resistance
kΩ
4
Response time
ms
2.2 Off to on
3.3 On to off
–
Voltage
cV
4/32
0.06 Off to on
0.08 On to off
2.2 ms In, < 1 ms Out
3.3 ms In, < 1 ms Out
Broken wire
detection
24, 30 maximum
Type
Solid state switch
Type of signal
True high
True low
True high
Current capacity
A
0.5 per point
4 per group
8 per module
2 per point
8 per group
16 per module
0.5 per point
4 per group 1,
2 group 2
6 per module
Leakage current
mA
< 1 @ c 24 V
< 1 @ c 24 V
< 1 @ c 24 V
Peak current
A
5 for 1 ms
2.8 for 1 ms
–
On state voltage drop
cV
< 0.5 @ 0.5 A
–
–
Output overload for at least one output to
communication adapter
Output overload
for at least one
output or shortcircuit or
overload on one
of the 4 encoder
supply groups, to
communication
adapter
Output
overload for at
least one output
to
communication
adapter
ms
< 0.1 Off to On, < 0.1 On to Off
Input to input
None
Output to output group
None
Input to output group
None
Field to communication interface V
500 AC
Typical
W
6.0
6.5
Maximum
W
8.0
10.0
UL, e, CSA
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
True high
+ 11…+ 30
Response time
Power dissipation
True low
cV
Error indication
Potential isolation
True high
Voltage at 1
Fault sensing
Outputs
250 @ c 24 V 180 @ c 24 V
(plus current for
sensors)
UL, e, CSA, FM
Class I, Div. II
Connections :
pages 4/37 to 4/41
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Characteristics of discrete I/O bases (continued)
Type of base unit
170 ADM 390 30
Number of inputs
1 x 10
Number of outputs
2x4
170 ARM 370 30
Operating voltage
V
24 DC
120 AC (47...63Hz)
Internal current
mA
250 (@ 24 VDC)
5 minimum load current
V
24 DC
Inputs
Voltage
True High
Signal type
Outputs
On voltage minimum
VDC
+ 11…+ 30
Off voltage maximum
VDC
- 3...+ 5
Input current
mA
2.5 minimum On, 1.2 maximum Off
Input voltage range
VDC
- 3...+ 30
Input resistance
kΩ
4
Response time
ms
2.2 Off to On, 3.3 On to Off
Voltage
V
24...230 AC, 20...115 DC
Type
Relay normally open
Current capacity 24 VDC
A
Current capacity 115 VDC
A
Current capacity VAC
A
Leakage current
mA
Error indication
Response time
Potential isolation
Fusing
Power dissipation
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> 0.005 (new contacts), ohmic load 2 A maximum, inductive load 1 A maximum
(LR y 40 ms)
Ohmic load 0.5 A maximum (switching current y 1.5 A), inductive load 0.15 A
maximum (LR y 40 ms)
2 A maximum (switching current y 1.5 A) 2 A per point, 8 A per group, 16 A per
cosϕ = 1 , 1 A maximum cosϕ = 0.5
module
< 1 @ 230 VAC
–
None
ms
10 @ 60 Hz Off to On, 10 @ 60 Hz On to Off
Max. number of switching circuits
> 30 x 106 (mechanical), > 1 x 105 (inductive load with external protection circuit)
Protection against short circuit
and overload
None
Input to Input
None
Varistor in parallel with each contact
Output group to output Group
V rms
None
1780 AC
Input to output group
V rms
None
1780 AC
Field to communication interface V rms
500 AC
500 AC
Internal
None
External operating voltage
315 mA fast-blow
4 A fast-blow
External input voltage
max. 4 A fast-blow
None
External output voltage
None
Typical
W
According to the supply of the connected
actuators not to exceed 8 A slow-blow/
group
5.5
Maximum
W
8.5
UL, e, CSA
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
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Connections :
pages 4/37 to 4/41
4/33
Characteristics (continued)
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Characteristics of discrete I/O bases (continued)
Type of base unit
170 ADM 690 51
Number of inputs
1 x 10
Number of outputs
1x8
Operating voltage
VAC
120 (47...63 Hz)
Internal current
mA
160 (@ 120 VAC)
VAC
120
Inputs
Voltage
True high
Signal type
4
Outputs
On voltage minimum
VAC
74
Off voltage maximum
VAC
20
Input current
mA
6.0 minimum at state 1, 2.6 maximum at state 0
Input voltage range
VAC
74...132
Input resistance
kΩ
4
Response time
ms
Maximum 1/2 x 1/f Off to On, maximum 1/2 x 1/f On to Off
Voltage
VAC
120…132 (@ 47…63 Hz)
Type
Triac
Current capacity
0.5 A per point maximum, 30 mA per point minimum, 4 A per module
Leakage current
mA
Signal type
On state voltage drop
True High
VAC
Error indication
Response time
Potential Isolation
Protection
4/34
None
ms
1/2 x 1/f maximum from state 0 to state 1, 1/2 x 1/f maximum from state 1 to state 0
3000/hr for 0.5 A inductive load
Input to input
None
Output group to output group
None
VAC
None
Field to communication interface VAC
1780 AC
Typical
W
6
Maximum
W
8
Internal fuses
A
2 x 2.5 slow-blow fuses
UL, e, CSA
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
< 1.5 (@ 0.5 A)
Maximum switching cycles
Input to output group
Power dissipation
< 1.3 (@ 120 VAC)
Connections :
pages 4/37 to 4/41
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References
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Discrete input bases
Type of current
DC
AC
Input voltage
Modularity
(no. of points)
16 (1 x 16)
Conformity
EC 1131-2
Type 1
Reference
170 ADI 340 00
Weight
kg
0.190
32 (2 x 16)
Type 1
170 ADI 350 00
0.200
120 V
16 (2 x 8)
Type 2
170 ADI 540 50
0.284
230 V
16 (2 x 8)
Type 2
170 ADI 740 50
0.284
Output voltage
Modularity
(no. of points)
16 (2 x 8)
Current per
output
0.5 A
Reference
170 ADO 340 00
Weight
kg
0.210
32 (2 x 16)
0.5 A
170 ADO 350 00
0.210
8 (2 x 4)
2A
170 ADO 530 50
0.320
24 V
170 ADI pp0 p0
Discrete output bases
Type of current
DC
solid state, protected
AC
triac, protected,
1 fuse per group
170 ADO pp0 p0
24 V
120 V
4
230 V
16 (2 x 8)
0.5 A
170 ADO 540 50
0.284
8 (2 x 4)
2A
170 ADO 730 50
0.320
16 (2 x 8)
0.5 A
170 ADO 740 50
0.284
Modularity
Input
16 I (1 x 16)
Outputs, current
Reference
16 O (2 x 8) 0.5 A
170 ADM 350 10
Weight
kg
0.200
16 I, fast (1 x 16) 16 O (2 x 8) 0.5 A
170 ADM 350 11
0.200
16 I (1 x 16)
16 O (2 x 8) 0.5 A
170 ADM 350 15
0.200
16 I (4 x 4)
8 O (2 x 4) 2 A
170 ADM 370 10
0.220
16 I, wiring
check (1 x 16)
12 O (1 x 8 ) 0.5 A, 170 ADM 390 10
(1 x 4) 2 A
0.260
10 I (1 x 10)
8 O (2 x 4) 2 A
170 ADM 390 30
(1)
0.260
170 ARM 370 30
(2)
0.260
170 ADM 690 51
0.220
Discrete I/O bases
Type of current
DC solid state
Input
voltage
24 VDC
Type 1
Output
voltage
24 VDC
protected
170 ADM pp0 pp
AC or DC relay
AC
triac
24 VDC
Type 1
100…120
VAC
Type 2
24/230 VAC
20/115 VDC
120 VAC
10 I (1 x 10)
8 O (1 x 8) 0.5 A
protected by
1 fuse
(1) Operating voltage 24 VDC.
(2) Operating voltage 120 VAC.
Characteristics :
pages 4/31 to 4/34
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Connections :
pages 4/37 to 4/41
4/35
References (continued),
dimensions,
mounting
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References
Accessories
Description
Composition
Type of connection Reference
Terminal blocks for Set of 3 connectors 1 Screw
I/O base
row
connection
Spring
Bus Bar
3 rows
Screw
Spring
2 rows
Screw
Spring
1 row
Screw
Spring
Used to connect
–
Cable grounding
rail
the cable shielding
High vibration
Kit containing 5 sets –
environment clips of clips
Dummy base unit Used to prewire the I/O base units
Requires screw or spring connection
terminals
Discrete input
–
–
simulator,
16 channels,
24 VDC
170 XTS 001 00
170 XTS 002 00
170 XTS 004 01
4
170 XTS 001 00
Weight
kg
–
170 XTS 002 00
170 XTS 004 01
170 XTS 003 01
170 XTS 005 01
170 XTS 008 01
170 XTS 006 01
170 XTS 007 01
CER 001
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
170 XTS 120 00
–
170 BDM 090 00
–
170 BSM 016 00
–
Replacement parts
170 XTS 005 01
Description
Sheets of labels
Cable coding
part kit
Use
Reference
10 front labels for Momentum modules
For screw or spring connection terminals
170 XTS 100 00
170 XCP 200 00
Weight
kg
–
–
170 XTS 008 01
Dimensions, mounting
170 ADp, rail or panel mounting
CER 001
60
93
(1)
107
125
125
47,5
(1)
141,5
62
170 XTS 006 01
(1) 2 holes for M4 screws, for panel mounting
170 BSM 016 00
Characteristics:
pages 4/31 to 4/34
4/36
(1) Equipment or enclosure
Connections :
pages 4/37 to 4/41
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170 ADI 340 00
Example of external wiring of 2, 3 and 4-wire sensors
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M– L +
170 ADI 350 00
Example of external wiring of 2 and 3-wire sensors
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
Return
1L+
2
M–
3
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M – L +
1L+2 L+
2
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
Option
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
24 V
Return
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
1L+ M– M–
3
Option
2L+ 2L+
PE
M– M –
IN + – PE
IN + –
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
M– M–
2-wire sensor
4-wire sensor
3-wire sensor
IN + –
IN + –
2-wire sensor
3-wire sensor
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
170 ADI 540 50
Example of external wiring of 2 and 3-wire sensors
1
3-wire sensor
1 2 3 4
120 V
200 mA
120 V
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 N L1 slow-blow Return
Return
fuse
1 L1 2L1
2
1N 2N
3
170 ADI 740 50
Example of external wiring of 2 and 3-wire sensors
1
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 N L1
1N 2N
3
I N + - PE
2-wire sensor
2-wire sensor
2-wire sensor
4-wire sensor
4-wire sensor
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Characteristics :
pages 4/31 to 4/34
Schneider Electric
200 mA
slowblow Return
Return
fuse
1 L1 2L1
2
I N + - PE
2-wire sensor
4
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
4/37
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170 ADO 340 00
Example of external wiring of 2 and 3-wire actuators
170 ADO 350 00
Example of external wiring of 2 and 3-wire actuators
1
1
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M– L+
24 V
2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1L+ 2L+
M – L+
3
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
Return
2
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 161L+ 2L+
M– M –
3
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
Option
1
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
24 V
Return
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
Option
M–
PE
PE
+
–
Ou t
PE PE
– PE
2-wire actuator
3-wire actuator
Ou t
4
– PE
+
Ou t
–
– PE
2-wire actuator
3-wire actuator
3-wire actuator
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
170 ADO 540 50
Example of external wiring of 2 and 3-wire actuator
170 ADO 740 50
Example of external wiring of 2 and 3-wire actuators
120 V
Return
Fuse 1(5 A slow-blow) Fuse 2 (5 A slow-blow)
1
2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1N 1L1
N L1
3
10 A
fastblow
fuse
200 mA
fast-blow
fuse
120 V
Return
1
2
230 V
Return
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1N 1L1
10 A
fastblow
fuse
N L1 200 mA
fast-blow
fuse
3
Option
Option
PE
Ou t
- PE
L
N
PE
Out
-
PE
L
3-wire actuator
3-wire actuator
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Characteristics :
pages 4/31 to 4/34
N
2-wire actuator
2-wire actuator
4/38
230 V
Return
Fuse 1(5 A slow-blow) Fuse 2 (5 A slow-blow)
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
Schneider Electric
Connections (continued)
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170 ADM 350 10/350 11/350 15
Example of external wiring of a 2-wire sensor/actuator
Example of external wiring of a 3-wire actuator with wiring check
24 V
1
2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M – L+
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
2
M– M – 4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M– L+
1
4 A max.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1L1 2 L+ fast-blow
fuse
Return
4 A max.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1L1 2 L+ fast-blow
fuse
3
1
24 V
24 V
Return
M – M – 4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
3
Option
Option
PE
3 L+
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
I6
O6
Ou t – PE
2-wire sensor
2-wire actuator
3-wire actuator
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Example of external wiring of a 4-wire sensor activated by an output
4
Example of external wiring of a 4-wire sensor/2-wire actuator
24 V
1
2
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M – L+
1
4 A max.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1L1 2 L+ fast-blow
fuse
M– M – 4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
3
24 V
Return
1
2
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M – L+
1
4 A max.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1L1 2 L+ fast-blow
fuse
24 V
24 V
Return
M – M – 4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
3
Option
Option
PE
3 L+
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
M–
PE
I N + – PE
2-wire sensor
4-wire sensor
I N + – PE
2-wire actuator
4-wire sensor
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Characteristics :
pages 4/31 to 4/34
Schneider Electric
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
4/39
Connections (continued)
4
Quantum automation platform
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170 ADM 370 10
Example of external wiring of 2 and 4-wire sensors/2-wire actuator
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M – L+
2
1
3
L+
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1L+ 2L+
L+
L+
Example of external wiring of 3-wire actuator with wiring check
24 V
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
Return
8 A max.
slow-blow
fuse
2
1M– 2M– 8 A max.
slow-blow
fuse
L+
1
3
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M – L +
1
8 A max.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 161L+ 2L+ slow-blow
fuse
L+
L+
L+
L+
24 V
24 V
Return
1M – 2M– 8 A max.
slow-blow
fuse
Option
Option
PE
M–
M–
PE
Out – PE
IN + – PE
+
4
4-wire sensor
–
3-wire actuator
2-wire actuator
2-wire sensor
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Special external wiring, the output activates the sensor
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M – L +
2
1
3
L+
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
24 V
Return
8 A max.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1L+ 2L+ slow-blow
fuse
L+
L+
L+
1M– 2M– 8 A max.
slow-blow
fuse
Option
PE
M–
I N + – PE
4-wire sensor
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Characteristics :
pages 4/31 to 4/34
4/40
References :
pages 4/35 and 4/36
Schneider Electric
Connections (continued)
4
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Momentum discrete I/O Bases
170 ADM 390 10
Example of external wiring of 2-wire sensor/actuator
170 ADM 390 30
Example of external wiring of 3 or 4 sensor/3-wire/actuator
24 V
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M– L+
200 mA
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
Return
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1L+ M – M– 1L+ M– L+
315 mA
fast-blow
fuse
24 V
Return
L
N
2
1
8 9
12
1L+ 2L+
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
2
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
3
1L+ 9 10
161L+ 2L1
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
56 k
M– M–
3
1N 2N
3L+
PE
4 A max.
fast-blow
fuse
(1)
I6
56 k
(2)
I N L - PE
L
3-wire sensor
2-wire actuator
Group of channels
-
PE
4
2-wire actuator
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
(1) For 4-wire sensor
(2) For 3-wire actuator
170 ARM 370 30
Example of external wiring of 4-wire sensor/3-wire actuator
1
N L1
6
170 ADM 690 51
Example of external wiring of 4-wire sensor/2 and 3-wire actuators
a 120 V
4 A max.
fast-blow Return
fuse
Fuse 1
(2,5 A slow-blow)
a 115 V
Fuse 2
(2,5 A slow-blow)
Return
1
a 20…132 V
N
315 mA
2
L+
12
1L+ 2L1 8 A max.
slow-blow
fuse
1N
M–
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
2N N L1 fast-blow
NC
fuse
Return
a 115 V
Return
3
3
8 A max.
slow-blow
fuse
O6
(connected
directly
to sensor)
2
8 A max.
slow-blow
fuse
Option
Option
1
1N 2N
M–
1N
1N
8 A max.
8 1N 1N 1L1
slow-blow
fuse
1N
1N 2N
2L1
4
4 A max.
PE
4
PE
PE
2N fast-blow
5
fuse
PE
6
I N + – PE
IN
–
PE
2-wire
sensor
4-wire sensor
3-wire actuator
L
N PE IN
Out
L
N
2-wire actuator
4-wire sensor
3-wire actuator
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Schneider Electric
N PE
4/41
Selection guide
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Momentum analog I/O bases
Applications
24 VDC analog input bases
Operating voltage
24 VDC
Measurement range
Inputs
± 5 V, ± 10 V, ± 20 mA
1-5 V, 4-20 mA
Inputs
± 5 V, ± 10 V, 4-20 mA
Inputs
± 25 mV, ± 100 mV,
Temperature probe
Pt 100, Pt 1000, Ni 100,
Ni 1000
Thermocouple
B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T
8 differential inputs
–
–
16 single-ended inputs
–
–
4 differential inputs
–
–
Resolution
14 bits + sign bipolar
15 bits unipolar
12 bits + sign
15 bits + sign
Update time
1.33 + 1.33 x no. of declared
channels (ms)
1 + 1.5 x no. of declared
channels (ms
500 ms
200 VDC, 1 min
500 VDC, 1 min
500 VDC, 1 min
None
500 VDC, 1 min
1780 VAC, 1 min
400 VDC
500 VDC, 1 min
1780 VAC, 1 min
16 words in
4 words out
4 words in
4 words out
170 AAI 140 00
170 AAI 520 40
4
Modularity
Potential isolation
Input channels
Output channels
Discrete I/O
Between channels
Base and ground
Channels and ground
Protection
Number in words
Polarity inversion
In
Out
8 words in
2 words out
Fail states
–
Type of communicating module
170 AAI 030 00
Pages
4/50
4/42
Schneider Electric
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24 VDC analog output bases
4
24 VDC mixed I/O bases (analog/discrete)
Inputs
± 5 V, ± 10 V, ± 20 mA
1-5 V, 4-20 mA
Outputs
± 10 V, 0-20 mA
Inputs
0…10 V
Inputs
- 10…+ 10 V
Outputs
0…10 V
Outputs
- 10…+ 10 V
–
4 outputs
–
4 differential inputs
2 outputs
4 inputs 24 VDC
2 outputs 24 VDC/0.5 A
6 inputs with common point
4 outputs with common point
8 inputs 24 VDC
8 outputs 24 VDC/0.25 A
12 bits + sign
Inputs: 12…14 bits
(dep. on range)
Outputs: 12 bits
Inputs: 14 bits
Outputs: 14 bits
2 ms
Inputs: 10 ms
Outputs: 1 ms
Outputs
± 10 V, 0-20 mA
Outputs
± 10 V, 4-20 mA
None
500 VDC, 1 min
1780 VAC, 1 min
4
Inputs: 0.75 ms (for 6 inputs)
Outputs: 1.2 ms (for 4 inputs)
None
500 VAC, 1 min
500 VAC, 1 min
Short-circuits and overloads (for discrete outputs)
–
5 words out
4 words in
4 words out
Hold, reset to zero, reset to full scale
Hold or reset to zero
170 AAO 120 00
170 AMM 090 00
170 AAO 921 00
12 words in
12 words out
170 ANR 120 90
170 ANR 120 91
4/50
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4/43
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Presentation,
description
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4
Momentum analog I/O Bases
Presentation
The Momentum analog input bases enable acquisition of various analog values
encountered in industrial applications, including:
b
b
b
b
Standard high level (1-5 V, 4-20 mA, + 5 V, +10 V, + 20 mA).
Low level (+ 25 mV, + 100 mV).
Thermocouples (B, E, J, ...).
Temperature probes (Ni ..., Pt ...).
The analog output bases are used to control analog field devices such as various
speed drives, proportional control valves, etc. The current or the voltage is
proportional to the digital value defined by the user program. The outputs can be
configured so that when the program stops the outputs either reset to zero or hold
the last value received. This feature is useful during debugging since, if the outputs
are set to "Hold", the operation of the analog field devices is not disturbed every time
the program stops.
In order to cover a wide range of applications, Momentum I/O bases offer the
following functions in addition to A/D or D/A conversion:
b Choice of input/output ranges (voltage, current, thermocouple, temperature
probes).
b Selection of number of channels used.
b Cold junction compensation for thermocouple modules.
b Broken wire detection (170 AAI 030 00, 170 AAI 140 00, 170 AAI 520 40).
4
Description
170 App analog I/O base units comprise on the front panel:
1
2
3
8
7
4
5
4
1 Internal interface connector for the communication module or processor module.
2 A locking and earth contact for the communication module or processor module.
3 LED status indicators (the number of indicators will depend on the number of
channels).
4 Two connectors for the removable terminal blocks.
5 An earthing screw.
6 A slot for the power strip.
7 Two screw holes for panel mounting.
8 A protective cover.
Connectors to be ordered separately :
b Removable screw or spring terminal blocks 170 XTS 00p 00.
b 1 to 3-row screw or spring bus bar 170 XTS 00p 01.
7
Characteristics :
pages 4/45 to 4/49
4/44
6
References :
pages 4/50 and 4/51
Dimensions :
page 4/51
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
Schneider Electric
Characteristics
4
Quantum automation platform
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Momentum analog I/O Bases
Characteristics of analog input bases
Type of base units
170 AAI 030 00
Number of inputs
1 x 8 differential imputs
LEDs
Ready (green)
Format of data
Full 16 bits signed (2's complement)
Protection
Polarity inversion
Base and actuators
Ranges
Input impedance
kΩ
± 10 VDC
> .1000
± 5 VDC
> .1000
4…20 mA
250
± 20 mA
250
1…5 VDC
> .1000
Error at 25 °C
(% of full scale)
Error at 60 °C
(% of full scale)
Resolution
%
0.27
0.21
0.27
0.32
0.13
%
0.32
0.26
0.38
0.41
0.19
ms
14 bits + sign bipolar
15 bits unipolar
12 ms max. for 8 input channels
(1.33 ms per input channel + 1.33 ms)
None
Channel to channel
VDC
± 200, 1 min
Field to ground
VDC
500, 1 min
Comm adapter to ground
VAC
500, 1 min
Conversion times
Error indication
Isolation
Common mode rejection
Channel to ground
Crosstalk between channels
External power requirement
Range
Current
EMC for industrial
environment
References :
pages 4/50 and 4/51
Schneider Electric
250 VAC @ 47…63 Hz or 100 VDC
dB
u 80
VDC
24
VDC
20.4 to 28.8
mA
< 382 @ 24 VDC
Immunity
IEC 1131 surge on auxiliary power supply 2 kV
Emissions
EN 50081-2
Approvals
UL, CSA, e
Dimensions :
page 4/51
4
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
4/45
Characteristics (continued)
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Quantum automation platform
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Momentum analog I/O Bases
Characteristics of analog input bases (continued)
Type of base units
170 AAI 140 00
170 AAI 520 40
Number of inputs
1 x 16 single-ended input
1 x 4 differential inputs
Format of data
Full 16 bits signed (2's complement)
Protection
Base and actuators
Polarity inversion
None
Error indication
Ranges
± 10 V
> 2200
±5V
> 2200
4…20 mA
< 0.250
± 25 mV
> 10000
± 100 mV
> 10000
Error at 25 °C
(% of full scale)
Error at 60 °C
(% of full scale)
Resolution
0.15
0.15
0.25
0.08
0.03
0.25
0.25
0.45
0.18
0.09
12 bits + sign 12 bits + sign 12 bits
15 bits + sign
Filtering
Low pass with cut-off frequency 10 kHz
–
Input impedance
Current source
4
kΩ
Pt100
mA
–
–
0.125
Ni100
mA
–
–
0.125
Pt1000
mA
–
0.125
–
Ni1000
mA
–
0.125
–
ms
1 + 1.5 x n
n = number of declared channels
None
500
VDC
None
400
500, 1 min
500, 1 min
Update time
Error indication
Potential isolation
Channel to channel
Base power supply and Ground VDC
Common mode rejection
Channels to ground
VAC
1780, 1 min
1780, 1 min
Base power
V
± 30 (voltage or current output)
± 30 (voltage or current output)
Common mode
Channel to ground
Common mode
Voltage betw.channels
Channel to ground
V
–
± 100 DC, 250 AC
V
–
200 DC, 115 AC single phase or 3-phase
or 250 AC single phase
135 dB DC, 145 dB AC 50 Hz, 155 dB AC
60 Hz
120 dB DC, 130 dB AC 50 Hz, 140 dB AC
60 Hz
35 dB AC 50 Hz, 45 dB AC 60 Hz
250 VAC at 47…63 Hz or 100 VDC
Between channels
–
Serial mode rejection
–
Input protection
Polarity inversion
Operating voltage
VDC
24
Internal current
mA
305 @ 24 VDC
Typical
W
4.95
3.5
Maximum
W
5.55
5.5
Internal
2 A slow-blow
2 A slow-blow
External
500 mA fast-blow
500 mA fast-blow
Power dissipation
Fusing
UL, e, CSA, FM Class I, Div. II
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/50 and 4/51
4/46
Dimensions :
page 4/51
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
Schneider Electric
Characteristics (continued)
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Quantum automation platform
4
Momentum analog I/O Bases
Characteristics of analog output bases
Type of base units
170 AAO 120 00
170 AAO 921 00
Number of outputs
1x4
Format of data
Full 16 bits signed (2's complement)
Protection
Base and actuators
Polarity inversion
Load impedance
kΩ
± 10 V
1 minimum
Capacitive load
µF
<1
Error at 25 °C
(% of full scale)
Error at 60 °C
(% of full scale)
Resolution
%
%
Update time
ms
Ranges
± 10 V
1 minimum
4…20 mA
0.6 maximum
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.4
0.25
0.4
0.25
0.5
12 bits + sign
Full scale
<2
10 V in the range of ± 10V
2 mA in the range of 0…20 mA
Hold, reset to zero, reset to full scale
Fail State
Potential isolation
0…20 mA
0.6 maximum
Channel to channel
Base power supply and Ground
V
500 DC, 1 min
Channels to ground
V
1780 AC, 1 min
Output protection
Short-circuits in the voltage circuits, open in current polarity inversion
V
± 30 (voltage or current output)
Common mode rejection
V
250 AC @ 47…63 Hz or 250 DC channel to ground
Operating voltage
VDC
24
Base
mA
530 @ 24 VDC
Actuators
mA
150 @ 24 VDC
Typical
W
5.6
Maximum
W
8.5
A
2, slow-blow
Base power
Internal current
Power dissipation
Internal fusing
UL, e, CSA
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/50 and 4/51
Schneider Electric
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None
Dimensions :
page 4/51
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
4/47
Characteristics (continued)
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Momentum analog I/O Bases
Characteristics of discrete and analog I/O bases
Type of base unit
170 AMM 090 00
Number of inputs and outputs
1
1
1
1
x4
x4
x2
x2
differential inputs
discrete inputs
analog outputs
discrete outputs
Operating voltage
VDC
24
Internal current
mA
200 typical (at 24 VDC), 350 maximum (at 24 VDC)
%
10 ms for all channels
± 10 V
±5V
0.08
0.16
1…5 V
0.16
± 20 mA
0.16
4…20 mA
0.16
%
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
13 bits
± 0.04
12 bits
± 0.04
Differential inputs
4
Discrete inputs
Conversion time
Conversion error
25 °C
(% of full scale)
60 °C
(% of full scale)
Resolution
Conversion consistency
Common mode voltage
Common mode suppression
Overvoltage
Voltage ranges
Overvoltage current ranges
Input resistance
Fail state
Voltage
Signal Type
On Voltage
Off Voltage
Input current
Input resistance
Response time
Analog outputs
Resolution
Discrete outputs
Conversion time
Conversion error
25 °C
60 °C
Output load
Voltage
Type
Signal Type
Current capacity
Leakage current
On State Voltage drop
Response time Off to On
On to Off
Output protection
Output indicator
Error message
Max. Switching cycles
Potential isolation
Power dissipation
4/48
dB
V
mA
W
VDC
VDC
VDC
mA
kΩ
ms
Typical
Maximum
14 bits
13 bits
12 bits
± 0.02
± 0.04
± 0.04
Input voltage starting at Ag ± 11 V
> 54
± 30 solid state if voltage is 24 V
± 50 dynamic max. 100 ms
–
1M
Hold, reset to zero, or reset to full scale
Input current > 48
250
24 typical, 30 maximum
True high
+ 11…+ 30
- 3…+ 5
2.5 minimum at state 1 (6 mA at 24 VDC), 1.2 maximum at state 0
4
2.2 from 0 to state 1
3.3 from 1 to state 0
ms
12 bits for single-phase measuring range 0…20 mA, 12 bits for 2-phase measuring
range ± 10 V
1 for all channels
VDC
Max. ± 0.35 % of upper measuring range value
Max. ± 0.70 % of upper measuring range value
u 3 kΩ on voltage output, y 6 Ω on current output
24 typical, 30 maximum
A
mA
VDC
ms
ms
Discrete input and output
Analog input to output
Analog input and output and to VAC
operating voltage
Operating voltage and all inputs VAC
and outputs from ground
W
W
Solid state switch
True high
1 per channel, 2 / group, 2 / module
< 1 @ 24 VDC
< 0.5 @ 1 A
< 0.1
< 0.1
The outputs are protected against overload and short-circuit-circuiting
1 red LED per “On” output in the event of an overload or short-circuit-circuiting
Message “I/O error” on bus adapter if module is defective
1000/hr (inductive load 1 A), 100/s (resistive load 1 A), 8/s (filament load 2.4 W)
None
None
500 for 1 min
500 for 1 min
4.0
6.0
UL, e, CSA, FM Class 1, Div. 2
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/50 and 4/51
%
0.3
Dimensions :
page 4/51
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
Schneider Electric
Characteristics (continued)
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Momentum analog I/O Bases
Characteristics of discrete and analog I/O bases (continued)
Type of base unit
170 ANR 120 90
Number of inputs and outputs
Operating voltage
VDC
1 x 6 analog inputs
2 x 4 discrete inputs
1 x 4 analog outputs
1 x 8 discrete outputs
24, range 19.2...30
Internal current
mA
400 @ 24 VDC
Analog inputs
Discrete inputs
Analog outputs
Discrete out
Potential isolation
Power dissipation
Resolution
Input range
Input type
Conversion time
Conversion error to full scale
Max input signal
Input resistance
Voltage
Configuration
Signal Type
Minimum on voltage
Maximum off voltage
Input current
Minimum On
Maximum Off
Input voltage range
Input voltage surge
Response time Off to On
On to Off
Resolution
Output range
Conversion time
Conversion error
Output load
Fail state
Voltage
Type
Signal type
Current capacity
Leakage current
Surge current
On state voltage drop
Response time Off to On
On to Off
Output protection
Output indicator
Schneider Electric
%
VDC
MΩ
VDC
VDC
VDC
mA
mA
VDC
ms
ms
VDC
ms
VDC
A
mA
A
VDC
ms
ms
14 bit
0...10
Single-ended
0.75 ms maximum for 6 input channels
0.2 @ 25 °C
15 for voltage input
>1 for voltage inputs
- 10...+ 10
24
2 groups of 4 inputs
True high
> 11
<5
6
2
+ 3...+ 32
45 Volt peak for 10 ms
1.2,
1.2
4
14 bit
0...10
- 10...+ 10
1.20 for all four channels
max. + 0.4 % of upper measuring range value @ 25 °C
> 2 kΩ minimum @ 0...10 VDC
Hold, minimum value, user defined
10-30 operating, 50 for 1 ms maximum
Solid State Switch
True high
0.25 per point, 2 per group, 2 per module
0.4 @ 30 VDC
2.5 for 1 ms
< 0.4 @ 0.25 A current
1.2
1.05
The Outputs are protected against overload and short-circuiting
1 LED per point
Discrete input to output
Analog input to output
Analog input and output to
operating voltage
Operating voltage and all inputs
and outputs from ground
VAC
None
None
500 for 1 min.
VAC
500 for 1 min.
Typical
Maximum
W
W
4.0
6.0
UL, e, CSA
Agency approvals
References :
pages 4/50 and 4/51
VDC
170 ANR 120 91
Dimensions :
page 4/51
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
4/49
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Analog input bases
Type of inputs
Ranges
Reference
12 bits + sign
Number of
channels
16 single-ended
± 5 V, ± 10 V, 4-20 mA
170 AAI 140 00
15 bits + sign
4, differential
Pt 100, Pt 1000, NI 100
170 AAI 520 40
thermocouples B, E, J, K,
N, R, S, T
0.215
8, differential
± 5 V, ± 10 V, 1-5 V± 20
mA, 4-20 mA
170 AAI 030 00
0.215
Ranges
Reference
± 10 V, 0-20 mA
170 AAO 120 00
Weight
kg
0.215
± 10 V, 4-20 mA
170 AAO 921 00
0.215
170 AAI pp0 p0
Weight
kg
0.215
Analog output bases
Type of inputs/
outputs
12 bits + sign
4
Number of
channels
4
170 AAO p2p 00
Discrete and analog I/O bases
170 AAM 090 00
Characteristics :
pages 4/45 to 4/49
4/50
Dimensions :
page 4/51
Type
Inputs
Outputs
4 differential analog 2 analog
13 bits + sign
12 bits
Ranges
Inputs
Outputs
± 5 V, ± 10 V 0-20 mA
1-5 V
± 10 V
± 20 mA,
4-20 mA
4 discretes
2 discretes
1A
24 VDC
24 VDC
6 analog
14 bits
4 analogs
14 bits
0-10 V
0-10 V
2 x 4 discretes
1 x 8 discretes
0.25 A
24 VDC
24 VDC
6 analog
14 bits
4 analogs
14 bits
± 10 V
± 10 V
2 x 4 discretes
1 x 8 discretes
0.25 A
24 VDC
24 VDC
Reference
Weight
kg
170 AMM 090 00
0.240
170 ANR 120 90
0.240
170 ANR 120 91
0.240
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
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References (continued),
dimensions,
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References
Accessories
Description
170 XTS 001 00
Composition
Terminal blocks
170 XTS 002 00
Set of 3 connectors
1 row
Bus Bar
3 rows
2 rows
170 XTS 004 01
1 rows
170 XTS 005 01
170 XTS 008 01
Type of
connection
Screw
Reference
170 XTS 001 00
Weight
kg
–
Spring
170 XTS 002 00
–
Screw
170 XTS 004 01
–
Spring
170 XTS 003 01
–
Screw
170 XTS 005 01
–
Spring
170 XTS 008 01
–
Screw
170 XTS 006 01
–
Spring
170 XTS 007 01
–
Cable Grounding
Rail
Used to connect the cable shielding
CER 001
–
High vibration
environment clips
Used to prewire the I/O base units.
Requires screw or spring connection
terminals
170 BDM 090 00
–
Use
Reference
Sheets of labels
10 front labels for Momentum modules
170 XTS 100 00
Weight
kg
–
Set of codingand
locating devices
For screw or spring connection terminals
170 XCP 200 00
–
4
Replacement parts
170 XTS 006 01
Description
CER 001
Dimensions, mounting
170 App rail or panel mounting
47,5
≥ 60
93
(1)
141,5
62
(1)
107
≥ 125
125
(1) 2 holes for M4 screws, for panel mounting.
Characteristics :
pages 4/45 to 4/49
Schneider Electric
(1) Equipment or enclosure.
Connections :
pages 4/52 and 4/53
4/51
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170 AAI 140 00
Example of external wiring of 2-wire sensor
1
1
Inl1+
Inl2+
Inl3+
Inl4+
Inl5+
Inl6+
Inl7+
Inl8+
Inl9+
Inl10+
Inl11+
Inl12+
Inl13+
Inl14+
Inl15+
170 AAI 030 00
Example of external wiring of 2-wire sensor
Inl16+
Momentum analog I/O Bases
InU3
InU4
InU5
InU6
InU7
InU8
M-
L+
17
18
+ 24
VDC
2
Return
L+
InU2
M–
InU1
AGND
24 V
2
2
InI1
Agnd1
3
4
InI2
Agnd2
5
6
InI3
Agnd3
7
8
InI4
Agnd4
9
10
InI5
11
Agnd5
12
InI6
Agnd6
13
14
InI7
Agnd7
15
16
InI8
Return
InU1+
InU2+
InU3+
InU4+
InU5+
InU6+
InU7+
InU8+
InU9+
InU10+
InU11+
InU12+
InU13+
InU14+
InU15+
InU16+
1
500 mA
fast-blow
fuse
3
Agnd8
3
1
2
InI1
3
4
InI2
5
6
InI3
7
8
InI4
9
10 11
InI5
12 13
InI6
14 15 16 17
InI7
InI8
18
+
–
–
–
+ 24 VDC
U
+
U
–
I
–
I
+
+
+
Voltage input
Current input
4
Group of channels
Internal wiring
170 AAI 520 40
Example of external wiring of sensor
170 AAO 120/921 00
Example of external wiring of 2-wire actuator
Fuse 1
(2 A slow-blow)
24 V
1
Fuse 2
(2 A slow-blow)
24 V
Return
Return
4/52
–
U
+
–
–
+
1L+4
1M–4
1M–4
OutU4+
M - L+
OutI4+
M- L+
OutI4–
1L+3
1M–3
1M–3
–
OutU3+
–
OutI3+
+
OutI3–
1L+2
1M–2
1M–2
OutI2–
OutU1+
1L+1
1M–1
1M–1
3
OutI1+
M– L+
OutI1–
RTD4+
IS4+
RTD4–
IS4–
InU4–
InU4+
InU3–
RTD3–
IS3–
RTD3+
InU3+
IS3+
RTD2–
IS2–
InU2–
RTD2+
IS2+
RTD1–
IS1–
+
2
OutU2+
–
U
500 mA
M – L+ fast-blow
fuse
OutI2+
+
InU2+
3
InU1–
RTD1+
InU1+
2
IS1+
1
630 mA
fast-blow
fuse
250 mA
fast-blow
fuse
+
U
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
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I2
I3
I4
M–
M–
QV1
QI1
AGND
M– L+
O2
U4+
IS4
UI4–
I4+
QV2
QI2
I1
U3+
IS3
UI3–
I3+
24 V
325 mA
24 V
Return
fastblow
fuse
AGND
AGND
AGND
O1
U2+
IS2
I4
M–
3
UI2–
I2+
I3
M–
U1+
IS1
I2
O2
5A
fastblow
fuse
2
UI1–
I1+
QV2
QI2
I1
M – 1L+
AGND
O1
AGND
QV1
QI1
AGND
U4+
IS4
UI4–
M – L+
24 V
325 mA
24 V
fastReturn
blow
fuse
M – 1L+
5A
fastblow
fuse
+
+
–
I4+
AGND
U3+
IS3
UI3–
I3+
I2+
3
I1+
2
U2+
IS2
1
UI2–
1
U1+
IS1
Example of external wiring of 2-wire actuator
UI1–
170 AMM 090 00
Example of external wiring of 2-wire sensor
–
I
U
+ –
+ –
I
U
2-wire
actuator
2-wire
actuator
External bridge
4
Group of channels
Group of channels
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Example of external wiring of digital sensor/actuator
170 ANR 120 90/91
Example of mixed discrete and analog I/O sensor/actuator field wiring
1
1
I4
I3
I2
QV2
QI2
I1
U4+
IS4
QV1
QI1
IS3
U2+
IS2
U3+
U1+
2
IS1
24 V
M – L+
325 mA
fastblow
fuse
24 V
I1
I2
I3
I4
1
2
3
4
I5
I6
I7
I8
AI1 AI2 AI3
6
7
8
9
10
5
11
12
13
M–
M–
O2
AGND
O1
AGND
AGND
AGND
UI4–
I4+
UI3–
I3+
UI2–
I2+
UI1–
I1+
DGnd
3
M– 1L+
1L+
M–
1M –
5A
fastblow
fuse
1A
fastblow
fuse
AI4 AI5 AI6 M-
L+ + 24 VDC
14
18
2
01
02
03
04
1
2
3
4
15
16
17
05
06
07
08 A01
6
7
8
9
A02
Fuse (1)
- Return
AGnd
A04 1M- 1L+ + 24 VDC
A03
3
5
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Fuse (1)
- Return
+
Discrete output Nr.5
Analog input Nr.1
+
Analog output Nr.4 - Return
Discrete input Nr.1
+ 24 VDC
PE
I N + – PE
4-wire sensor
Group of channels
Ou t
Fuse (1)
– PE
3-wire actuator
(1) Depending on application, max 5 A.
Internal wiring
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Product type
High-speed counter
Operating voltage
24 VDC
Unique features
2 independent, high-speed (10 kHz-200 kHz) counters
Modularity
Input characteristics
Output characteristics
Input channels
6 (3 per counter) True High Inputs
Output channels
4 (2 per counter) True High Outputs
Counter inputs
5 VDC differential input, 200 kHz counter; 24 VDC single-end input, 10 kHz counter
Discrete inputs
6 (2 x 3) 24 VDC inputs:
- voltage range, - 3 to + 30 VDC
- response time, 3 ms Off to On or On to Off
Counter outputs
Two 5 VDC differential outputs min 20 mA @ 24 VDC
Discrete outputs
4 (2 per counter) 24 VDC outputs:
- on current, 0.5 A per point, 1 A per counter
- response time, < 0.1 ms Off to On; < 0.1 ms On to Off
Input voltage
45 V peak for 10 ms
Output current
5 A for 1 ms
Protection
Surge
Type of module
170 AEC 920 00
Pages
4/58
4/54
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I/O with Modbus Master Base
SERIPLEX Bus Interface
120 VAC
24 VDC
RS 485 2- or 4-wire Modbus port
SERIPLEX bus connection
6 True High Inputs
Interface to bus input
3 True High Outputs
Interface to bus output
–
–
1 group of 6 inputs (120 VAC @47 to 63 Hz):
- voltage range, 0 to 132 VAC
- response time, < 12.3 ms @ 60 Hz On to Off,
< 12.5 ms @ 60 Hz Off to On
SERIPLEX version 2 bus input devices supported @ 24 VDC bus voltage
–
–
3 solid state switching outputs:
- on current, 0.5 A continuous per point, 1.5 A continuous per module
- response time, < 12.3 ms @ 60 Hz On to Off
< 12.5 ms @ 60 Hz Off to On
SERIPLEX version 2 bus output devices supported @ 24 VDC bus voltage
4
Short circuit and overload for discrete outputs
500 V @ 2 Ω , power to common
–
170 ADM 540 80
170 ANM 050 10
4/58
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Momentum specialty module I/O bases
Presentation
The Momentum specialty module I/O bases provide support for unique applications
that broaden the range of the Momentum offering. The specialty modules are:
b A 2-channel, High-Speed Counter Module Base - 170 AEC 920 00.
b A 120 VAC, 6-point Input/3-point Output Module Base with a Modbus
Communication Port - 170 ADM 540 80.
b A Base Module that provides an interface between Momentum and the SERIPLEX
Component Network - 170 ANM 050 10.
High-Speed Counter
The 170 AEC 920 00 High-Speed Counter Module Base features 2 independent
counters, along with 6 discrete inputs and 4 discrete outputs.This base can connect
directly to either 5 VDC differential or 24 VDC single-ended encoders. The base
supports two operating modes: incremental (up counter, down counter, and
quadrature); and absolute (SSI up/down counter). The high-speed counter module
can be connected directly to many standard communication networks, for
communicating with programmable controllers, industrial computers, and other
controllers, by installing one of the snap-on Momentum Comm Adapters onto the
base.
4
Input-Output Module with Modbus Comm Port
The 170 ADM 540 80 input/output module base has 6 discrete inputs and 3 discrete
outputs for direct connection to 2- and 3-wire sensors and actuators, plus a Modbus
Communication Port for connection to serial devices. This module can also be used
as the I/O base for a programmable controller, in either a standalone or distributed I/
O configuration, by installing one of the snap-on Momentum M1 Processor Adapters.
SERIPLEX Module
The 170 ANM 050 10 SERIPLEX interface for Momentum controllers allows the
exchange of I/O data over the SERIPLEX Component Network. SERIPLEX, from
Square D, is a device-level control network with over 3 million installed I/O points
worldwide. The interface acts as a slave to its host controller, and as a master for the
SERIPLEX bus. The SERIPLEX base unit may have a Momentum processor adapter
or communications adapter mounted on it, thus supporting three powerful control
architectures :
b Standalone Momentum controllers with SERIPLEX I/O devices.
b Networked, distributed Momentum controllers, some or all of which may connect
to SERIPLEX I/O devices.
b A centralized control processor connecting to SERIPLEX bus devices and/or other
types of I/O devices through a higher-level control network, such as Ethernet,
Modbus Plus, DeviceNet, INTERBUS, or Profibus.
Description
A specialty module I/O bases consists of the following components :
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Characteristics :
pages 4/57 and 4/58
4/56
References :
page 4/58
Internal interface connectorfor the communication module.
Locking and earth contact for the adapter.
LED status display.
Two connectors for the removable terminal blocks.
Earthing screw.
Grounding busbar mounting slot.
Mounting holes for a panel mount.
Protective cover for fuses (170 ADM 540 80) or connector for the removable
terminal block.
Connections :
page 4/59
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Characteristics
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Characteristics
Model No.
Number of I/O
Discrete inputs
170 AEC 920 00
170 ADM 540 80
Counter
2 independant
–
Inputs
2 x 3 discrete
1 x 6 discrete
Outputs
2 x 2 discrete
1 x 3 discrete
Operating voltage
V
24 DC
120 AC @ 47... 63 Hz
Input range
V
- 3...+ 30 DC
0...132 AC
Input surge
V
45 peak for 10 ms
200 AC for 1 cycle
mA
mA
2.5 minimum
1.2 maximum
5.5 minimum
1.9 maximum
Switching level
V
Response time Off to on
ms
11 DC minimum on voltage
5 DC maximum off voltage
3
79 AC minimum on voltage
20 AC maximum off voltage
< 12.5 @ 60 Hz
On to off
ms
3
< 12.3 @ 60 Hz
Input current
On
Off
Signal type
Discrete outputs
True High
Operating voltage
V
Signal type
V
< 0.5 DC @ 0.5 A current
< 1.5 AC @ 0.5 A current
Overload and short circuit
1 fuse, 2.5 A @ 250 VAC
A
A
A
0.5 per point
1 per counter
2 per module
0.5 continuous per point
–
1.5 continuous per module
Leakage
Surge
mA
mA
< 1 @ 24 VDC
5 A for 1 ms
1.9 @ 120 VAC
30 minimum
Response time Off to on
On to off
ms
ms
< 0.1
< 0.1
< 12.5 @ 60 Hz
< 12.3 @ 60 Hz
Incremental counters
Up counter, down counter, quadrature
–
Absolute SSI counter
Up/down counter with 4 sub-modes
–
5 differential input
24 single-ended input
200, differential inputs
10, single-ended inputs
24 bits plus sign per counter
–
–
–
–
–
Fault sensing
Current capacity
Current
Input signals
VDC
Counter speed (max)
kHz
Counter capacity
Counter configuration
Modbus port
–
19200 and 9600
Format
–
8-bit RTU / 7-bit ASCII
Modbus address range
–
0...247
ms
–
150 after transmission
mA
280
125 @ 120 VAC
Timeout
Current consumption
bit/s
UL, e, CSA
Agency approvals
Schneider Electric
Via comm adapter (8 input words, 8 output –
words)
–
RS-485, 2- or 4-wire
Type
Communication rates
References :
page 4/58
4
120 AC @ 47 to 63 Hz
True High
On state voltage drop
Counter inputs
24 DC
Connections :
page 4/59
4/57
Characteristics (continued),
references
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Momentum specialty module I/O bases
Characteristics (continued)
Model No.
170 ANM 050 10
Communication type
Operating voltage
SERIPLEX bus connection
VDC
24
Modularity
Interfaces to bus input and bus output
Input characteristic
SERIPLEX version 2 bus input devices supported at 24 VDC bus voltage
Output characteristic
SERIPLEX version 2 bus output devices supported at 24 VDC bus voltage
Input voltage surge
V
500 @ 2 Ω, power to common
Current consumption
mA
Max. 450 @ 24 VDC
Protection
Short circuit and overload for discrete outputs
Agency approvals
UL, e, CSA
References
Modules
Description
4
Characteristics
Reference
High-speed counter
Module Base
2 independent counters
170 AEC 920 00
Weight
kg
0.070
I/O module base with
Modbus comm port
RS 485 Modbus port
6 inputs, 3 outputs
170 ADM 540 80
0.070
SERIPLEX bus interface
Interfaces to bus input and
bus output
170 ANM 050 10
0.070
Use
Reference
10 front labels for
Momentum modules
170 XTS 100 00
Use
Reference
User guide for:
170 AEC 920 00
870 USE 008 00
Weight
kg
–
170 ADM 540 80
870 USE 002 00
–
Module Instruction
Bulletin
30298 086 01
–
Module Installation "Minibook"
30298 085 01
–
Installation and
Troubleshooting Guide
30298 035 01A
–
Accessories (1)
170 AEC 920 00
Replacement parts
Description
Sheets of labels
Documentation
Description
Momentum I/O bases
SERIPLEX
170 ADM 540 80
Weight
kg
–
(1) Terminal blocks, bus bar, cable grounding rail and discrete input simulator, see page 4/36.
Connections :
page 4/59
4/58
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170 AEC 920 00
A 2-encoder and input/output field wiring example
Counter 1
A1+ B1+ Z1+ 01+
Counter 2
Counter control
inputs
A2+ B2+ Z2+ 02+
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
M-
L+
11
12
13 14
15
16
17
18
Fuse
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
+ 24 VDC Power for module
- Return for module
Counter control
outputs
A1- B1- Z1- 01-
A2- B2- Z2- 02-
1L+ 1L+ Q1 Q2
Q3 Q+ 1M- 1L+
11
15
Fuse
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
A1* B1* Z1* ZM- ZL+ A2* B2* Z2* ZM- ZL+ 1M-
16
17
+ 24 VDC Power for inputs and outputs
- Return for inputs and outputs
18
1M- ZM- ZL+
Fuse
3
1
2
3
Encoder with
differential input
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Discrete
output
Number 1
Encoder with
single ended
input
14
15
16
17
+ 5 to 30 VDC power for encoders
- Return for encoders
18
Discrete
input
Number 6
4
170 ADM 540 80
A Modbus device and input/output field wiring example
a 120 V
Fuse 1
1
Return
Option
Tx Lo
Tx Hi
2
Rx Lo
Rx Hi
a 120 V
Return
a 120 V
GND
I1
Q1
I2
I3
Q2
I4
I5
I6
2N 2N 2N 2N
Q3
N
L1
1N 1L1
3
Return
200 mA
slow- blow
fuse
2A
slow-blow
fuse
GND
Tx Hi
Tx Lo
PE
Modbus Device
RS485
Characteristics :
pages 4/57 and 4/58
Schneider Electric
L
N
PE
3-wire actuators
IN
+
PE
3-wire sensors
References :
page 4/58
4/59
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Momentum Communication Adapters
Applications
Communication Adapters for Ethernet
Communication Adapter for INTERBUS
Bus and network type
Ethernet
INTERBUS
SUPI 3
Physical interface
IEEE 802.3 standard
DIN 19 258 standard
Method of access
CSMA-CD
Master/Slave
Bit rate
10 Mbit/s
Type
Twisted pair CAT5
Twisted pair
Topology
Star
Ring
Redundancy
No
No
Maximum number of devices
–
40 per installation remote bus module (up to
254 bus terminal modules)
Maximum length
1000 m per segment
12800 m
Type of communicating module
170 ENT 110 02
Pages
4/65
Topology
4
Medium
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10/100 Mbit/s
170 ENT 110 01
500 Kbit/s
170 INT 110 03
Fiber optic
170 INT 120 00
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Momentum I/O modules on DeviceNet network
Profibus DP
DeviceNet
EN 50170 standard
–
Master/Slave
CSMA-CD
12 Mbit/s…9.6 Kbit/s depending on length
500 Kbit/s
Twisted pair
Multidrop
Multidrop, ring
Multidrop
No
No
32 without repeater
126 with repeaters
64
1200 m
500 m with repeaters
170 DNT 110 00
170 LNT 710 00
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Momentum Communication Adapters
Applications
Communication Adapters for Modbus Plus
Bus and network type
Modbus Plus
Topology
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Medium
Maximum number of
devices
Physical interface
Modbus Plus
Method of access
Token bus
Bit rate
1 Mbit/s
Type
Twisted pair
Topology
Multidrop
Redundancy
No
Per segment
32
Overwall
64 (without repeaters)
Maximum length
5 000 m with repeaters
Type of communicating module
170 PNT 110 20
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Yes
No
170 PNT 160 20
170 NEF 110 21
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Fipio bus for TSX Series 7 and April 5000
PLCs
Momentum distributed I/O modules on
Fipio bus for Premium PLCs
Fipio
Fip standard
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Bus managed by bus arbitrator
1 Mbit/s
Twisted pair
Multidrop
Yes
No
128
170 NEF 160 21
5 000 m with repeater
15 000 m with repeaters
170 FNT 110 00
170 FNT 110 01
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Momentum Ethernet TCP/IP Communication
Adapters
Presentation
The Model 170 ENT 110 02 and 170 ENT 110 01 Ethernet Communication Adapters
for the Momentum I/O product line provide a direct connection to Ethernet-based
networks for the entire family of Momentum I/O modules. This connectivity enables
communications with a full range of Ethernet TCP/IP compatible control products that
includes programmable controllers, industrial computers, motion controllers,
operator control stations, host computers, and other controls. This communication
network provides a flexible, cost-effective solution for communicating factory floor
information to various layers of an integrated manufacturing facility.
The 100BASE-TX Ethernet Communication Adapter, the 170 ENT 110 01 (and the
10BASE-T adapter, the 170 ENT 110 02) are single adapters designed to plug on to
any of the Momentum Input/Output module bases, and conforms to the requirements
of the Ethernet Communication Network.
The Ethernet IP addressing scheme allows an unlimited number of Momentum I/O
modules or connections on the network. Using standard Ethernet hubs, routers, and
bridges, the performance and distance capability of the Ethernet network can be
tailored to meet the requirements of almost any control application.
The Ethernet Communication Adapter uses the standard Modbus message structure
and control commands over the TCP/IP protocol, which simplifies implementation by
control engineers while providing information that can be communicated over
standard network media to all enterprise applications.
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Since Modbus on TCP/IP over Ethernet is supported by Schneider's Quantum and
Premium controller families, Momentum I/O can be added to existing control systems
where additional I/O capacity of a distributed I/O sub-network is needed.
The Ethernet Communication Adapter requires connection to a BOOTP server for
setting the module's IP parameters, including its own unique IP address, default
gateway, and sub-net mask, all of which is stored in the communication adapter's
flash memory. Schneider Electric's automation business offers BOOTP Lite Ethernet
software as a free download from the automation Internet web site,
www.schneiderautomation.com.
Description
1
The 170 ENT 110 0p Ethernet Communication Adapters comprises on the front
panel:
3
1 Ethernet connector for 100BASE-TX interface (170 ENT 110 01) or 10BASE-T
interface (170 ENT 110 02) interface (RJ45).
2
2 Area for Label (label shipped with I/O base).
3 LED Status Indicators comprising for the 170 ENT 110 02:
- Run (green), module health,
- LAN Active (green), Ethernet network status.
LED Status Indicators comprising for the 170 ENT 110 01:
- Run (green), module health,
- 10T (green), 10 Mbit/s network activity,
- 100T (amber), 100 Mbit/s network activity,
- ST (green), Ethernet network status.
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Momentum Ethernet TCP/IP Communication
Adapters
Characteristics
Model No
170 ENT 110 02
Communication network
Communication rate
170 ENT 110 01
Ethernet TCP/IP
Mbit/s
10
10/100
Number of nodes (devices)
Unlimited with hubs and routers; 32 units point-to-point
Media
Twisted pair cable, 10BASE-T
Flash memory
128 K for IP parameter storage
Distance
m (ft)
Twisted pair cable, 100BASE-TX
100 (328) twisted pair cable without repeaters; unlimited distance with repeaters
Connectors
RJ45 10BASE-T
Error checking
CRC-32 error check
Error and fail states
Fail safe
Addressing
Unique IEEE global address, IP address user assigned
Adapter configuration
BOOTP server to assign IP parameters
Mode of operation
Master slave, peer-to-peer
Topology
Multi-drop bus, star
Packaging
Standard momentum communications adapter enclosure - IP 20 environment
Indicator lights
Run and activity lights
Power source
Power supply on-board the I/O base
Hot swapping of modules
Yes
Agency approvals
UL, e, CSA, FM Class I, Div. II
RJ45 100BASE-TX
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Run, 10 Mbit/s, 100 Mbit/s, and status lights
UL, e, CSA
References
Module
521501
Description
Ethernet TCP/IP
Communication Adapter
Communication rate
Reference
10 Mbit/s
170 ENT 110 02
Weight
kg
0.070
10/100 Mbit/s
170 ENT 110 01
0.070
Accessories
170 ENT 110 02
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BOOTP Lite Ethernet Software
Download from
www.schneiderautomation.com
Ethernet TCP/IP
Communication Adapter
User Guide
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Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapters
Presentation
Modbus Plus Communication Adapters for the Momentum I/O product line can be
plugged into any Momentum I/O base to create a functional I/O unit on the Modbus
Plus bus, and to provide a direct connection to the Modbus Plus Network for the full
family of Momentum I/O modules. This connectivity enables communications with all
of the Modbus Plus compatible control products - including programmable
controllers, industrial computers, operator control stations, drive systems, and other
controls - to provide a flexible, cost-effective solution for distributing I/O modules
throughout a large area. To expand the capabilities of the Modbus Plus Network for
distributed I/O applications, the communication adapters have been designed to
permit up to 64 Momentum I/O modules to be connected to the network without the
need for signal repeaters.
Each Momentum I/O module is an individual node on the Modbus Plus network with its
address user-selected on the dual rotary switch on the front of the communication
adapter. The Momentum I/O modules can be configured for the network, and
assigned program reference numbers, by using either the Peer Cop function or the
MSTR function block instruction in the programmable controller or the Modbus Plus
configuration in an industrial computer.
There are four types of Communication Adapters available :
b
b
b
b
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170 PNT 110 20, Single Port, IEC Data Format.
170 PNT 160 20, Redundant Port, IEC Data Format.
170 NEF 110 21, Single Port, 984 Data Format.
170 NEF 160 21, Redundant Port, 984 Data Format.
IEC Data Format
This version of the Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapter communicates
I/O data to the programmable controller in the IEC data format, which has bit
numbering 0 through 15, right to left, within the data word (i.e., input or output number
1 is bit number 0).
984 Data Format
This version of the Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapter communicates
I/O data to the programmable controller in the traditional 984 data format, which has
bit numbering 1 through 16, left to right, within the register (i.e., input or output number
1 is bit number 1).
Since Modbus Plus is supported by the Quantum and 984 controller families,
Momentum I/O can be added to existing control systems where additional I/O
capacity or a distributed I/O sub-network is needed, because of requirements for the
control system. The figures below illustrate typical control systems using Momentum
I/O modules on the Modbus Plus network with programmable controllers and
industrial computer systems.
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Description
3
1
Each 170 PNT/NEF communication module comprises:
1 Three indicator lights (LEDs):
- MB + ACT indicator light (green) : module powered up or communicating.
- ERR A indicator light (red) : communication error network A.
- ERR B indicator light (red) : communication error network B.
(for redundant model).
2
2 A 9-way male SUB-D connector for connecting to the Modbus Plus network.
5
4
3 A 9-way male SUB-D connector for a redundant Modbus Plus network.
4 A slot for an identification label (supplied with all I/O sub-bases).
5 Two switches for coding the slave address on the bus.
Characteristics
Type of module
Communication network
170 PNT 110 20
Modbus Plus
170 PNT 160 20
170 NEF 110 21
Master PLC on the network
Quantum, Premium
Quantum
Compact 984
Yes
No
Structure
Transmission
Type
Industrial
Redundancy
No
Topology
Multi-drop, devices connected using extension cable or tap-off cable
Length
5,000 m (16000 ft) maximum with repeaters
Access method
Token bus
Bit rate
1 Mbit/s
Medium
Twisted pairs
Data Format
IEC Data format
Number of Momentum devices Per segment
31 connection points
Maximum
170 NEF 160 21
4
Yes
984 Data Format
63 for all segments
Power source
Power supply on-board the I/O base
Behaviour in the event of a communication error
Discrete I/O: forcing to state 0
Analogue I/O: configurable (maintain value, fallback to 0 or full scale value)
Services
Configuration: Peer cop and MSTR function block, “peer-to-peer” mode
Agency approvals
UL, e, CSA, FM Class I, Div. II
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Momentum Modbus Plus Communication Adapters
Network topology
Momentum I/O modules in a distributed control system
7
13
8
DIO
10
11
12
9
15
1
6
4
Momentum I/O modules with Modbus Plus double cable in a distributed and redundant control system
2
3
4
8
7
9
14
5
5
9
1
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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140 CRA 211 10: Quantum Modbus Plus Drop Interface and power supply,
single-cable support, 115/230 VAC.
140 NOM 212 00: Quantum Modbus Plus Head-end Interface, redundant
support, twisted pair cable.
140 NOM 252 00: Quantum Modbus Plus Head-end Interface, single-cable
support, fiber optic cable.
170 PNT 110 20 or 170 NEF 110 21: Momentum Modbus Plus Communication
Adapter, non-redundant network.
170 PNT 160 20 or 170 NEF 160 21: Momentum Modbus Plus Communication
Adapter, redundant network.
416 NHM 212 33: Modbus Plus Type III PCMCIA Card, single port ;
Or 416 NHM 212 34: Modbus Plus Type III PCMCIA Card, single port, "plug and
play".
990 NAD 230 00: Modbus Plus Tap, IP 20.
990 NAD 230 10: Modbus Plus Tap, IP 65.
990 NAD 211 10/30: Modbus Plus Drop Cable (lengths: 2 or 4 or 6 m).
990 NAD 215 10: Modbus Plus Ruggedized Tap Programming Cable, 3.05 m.
170 MCI 020/021pp: Modbus Plus RJ45 cable (lengths: 0.25 , 1 , 3 or 10 m).
170 XTS 020 00: Modbus Plus “T” Connector (DB9 base).
490 NAA 271 0p: Standard Modbus cable (lengths: 30, 150, 300, 450 or 1500 m).
990 NAD 230 11: Modbus Plus Ruggedized Tap Terminators.
170 XTS 021 00: Modbus Plus RJ45 Terminator.
416 NHM 300 32: Modbus Plus PCI PC Adapter Card, dual ports.
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References
Description
Communication modules
for Momentum I/O subbases
Connection
Non-redundant Modbus Plus network
Item
(1)
4
Redundant Modbus Plus network
5
Use
Mounting Item
on
(1)
–
7
Reference
990 NAD 230 00
0.230
DIN profile –
990 NAD 230 20
–
Panel
–
990 NAD 230 21
–
Panel
8
990 NAD 230 10
0.650
–
12
170 XTS 020 00
0.260
–
1
990 NAD 230 22
–
–
14
990 NAD 230 11
–
–
15
170 XTS 021 00
–
Item
(1)
Length
Reference
13
30 m
490
490
490
490
490
NAA 271
NAA 271
NAA 271
NAA 271
NAA 271
170
170
170
170
MCI 021 10
MCI 021 36
MCI 021 20
MCI 021 80
170 PNT 110 20/NEF 110 21
Description
Modbus Plus taps
170 PNT 160 20/NEF 160 21
Terminator connector kit
(set of 2)
IP 20 junction box
for tap-off connection (T)
IP 20 junction box
for tap-off connection (T),
connection of cable on screw terminal
block with one RJ45 connector in front
Modbus Plus Tap (IP 20),
standard Modbus cable
with one RJ45 connector in front
IP 20 tee with 2 RJ45 connectors for
Modbus cable and one 9-way Sub-D
connector for tap link devices
2 impedance adaptors for box (IP 20)
990 NAD 230 20/21
2 impedance adaptors for box (IP 20)
990 NAD 230 10
2 impedance adaptors for tee (IP 20)
170 XTS 020 00
Bus master Reference
Weight
PLC
kg
Premium,
–
170 PNT 110 20
Quantum
Compact 984 170 NEF 110 21
–
Quantum
–
170 PNT 160 20
Compact 984 170 NEF 160 21
–
Weight
kg
Connection cables
Description
Standard Modbus Plus
cables
Modbus Plus cable for
RJ45
Use
From
T-junction box
990 NAD 230 00,
990 NAD 230 11
Tee 170 XTS 020 00 Tee 170 XTS 020 00 11
Modbus Plus Drop cables Communication
modules
for Momentum I/O
sub-bases
170 PNT/NEF
Description
Modbus Plus Drop Cable
To
T-junction box
990 NAD 230 00,
990 NAD 230 11
Use
From junction box
Flying leads
T- junction box
9
990 NAD 230 00/10
150 m
300 m
450 m
1500 m
0.25 m
1m
3m
10 m
2.4 m
6m
Length
To equipment, cable outlet
of 9-way SUB-D type connectors
Left side
2.4 m
6m
Right side
2.4 m
6m
Weight
kg
–
–
–
–
–
01
02
03
04
06
–
–
–
–
–
–
990 NAD 211 10
990 NAD 211 30
Reference
990
990
990
990
NAD 218
NAD 218
NAD 219
NAD 219
Weight
kg
10
30
10
30
–
–
–
–
Connecting accessories
Description
AS MBKT 085
Use for
RJ45 Crimp tool
Crimping the RJ connectors
Weight
kg
490 NAB 000 10
–
9-way female SUB-D
connector
Wiring tool
Communication module connection
AS MBKT 085
–
Fitting trunk cables and drop cables in local site tap
043 509 383
–
Other connection accessories
Reference
Contact your Regional
Sales office
(1) Item, see page 4/68.
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Momentum M1/M1E processor adapters
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Type
M1 processor adapters
RAM memory
64 Kbit
Flash memory
256 Kbit
984 LL program memory
2.4 Kbit
12 Kbit
IEC program memory
–
160 Kbit
Data memory
2 Kbit
4 Kbit
Scan time
1 ms/K
0.63 ms/K
1 ms/K
0.63 ms/K
Clock speed
20 MHz
32 MHz
20 MHz
32 MHz
I/O points
2048
4096
I/O drops
Up to 2048 I/O points with Modbus Plus option adapter
80 with ProWORX
128 with Concept
Power source
Power supply on-board the I/O bases
Communication ports
1 RS 232 Modbus
256 Kbit
1 RS 232 Modbus
1 RS 485 Modbus
IEC executive
Compatible
Type of module
171 CCS 700 00
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1 I/O bus
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512 Kbit
544 Kbit
512 Kbit
512 Kbit for 171 CCC 980 20
1 Mbit for 171 CCC 980 30
512 Kbit for 171 CCC 960 20
1 Mbit for 171 CCC 960 30
18 Kbit
4
240 Kbit
0 Kbit for 171 CCC 980 20
200 Kbit for 171 CCC 980 30
0 Kbit for 171 CCC 960 20
200 Kbit for 171 CCC 960 30
24 Kbit
1 ms/K
0.3 ms/K
32 MHz
50 MHz
8192
Up to 2048 I/O points with
Modbus Plus option adapter
80 with ProWORX
128 with Concept
Up to 2048 I/O points with
Modbus Plus option adapter
80 with ProWORX
128 with Concept
1 RS 232 Modbus
1 RS 485 Modbus
1 RS 232 Modbus
1 I/O bus
1 Ethernet
1 RS 485 Modbus
1 Ethernet
1 I/O bus
Supplied with 171 CCC 980 30
Supplied with 171 CCC 960 30
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Configuration
Modbus Plus option adapters
Communication network
Modbus Plus
Communication port(s)
1 Modbus Plus
Comm port connector
9-pin D-shell
Time-of-day clock
On-board, + 13 sec/day accuracy
Back-up batteries
2 user-replaceable AAA alkaline
Voltage
5 VDC supplied by I/O base
Operating temperature
0 ... 60°C
Humidity
5 ... 95%, relative noncondensing
Shock
+ 15 g peak, 11 ms, half-sine wave
Vibration
10 ... 57 Hz @ 0,075 mm d.a.
Type of module
172 PNN 210 22
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Serial option adapter
General-purpose serial communications
1 software-selectable RS 232/RS 485 serial port
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