4 1 Bases, Expansion Bases, and

4 1 Bases, Expansion Bases, and
Bases,
Expansion Bases, and
I/O Configuration
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In This Chapter. . . .
— Understanding I/O Numbering and Module Placement Rules
— Base Specifications and Wiring
— Using Bases for Local or Expansion I/O Systems
— Setting the Base Switches
— Example I/O Configurations
— I/O Configurations with a 5 Slot Local CPU Base
— I/O Configurations with an 8 Slot Local CPU Base
— I/O Configurations with a 10 Slot Local CPU Base
— Calculating the Power Budget
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Understanding I/O Numbering and Module Placement Rules
Before you install any I/O modules or begin installing or using the bases, it is very
helpful to understand how the DL305 I/O numbering and module placement
restrictions can sometimes dictate how your system is put together.
The DL305 product family has had several enhancements over the years. Each time
the product family has grown or has been enhanced, compatibility with the earlier
products has been of the utmost concern. Some of these enhancements such as
increasing the I/O count and supporting 16 point modules have impacted the
numbering system. To help you understand our numbering scheme we have
provided the following account of how the numbering system has been affected.
DL305 I/O
Configuration
History
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--2
When the 16 point I/O modules were introduced to the standard line of 8
point modules, the I/O numbering system was not modified to count in
16 consecutive units. This was done to maintain compatibility with the 8
point systems. This means each 16 point module uses two groups of
eight consecutive numbers such as 000 through 007 and 100 through
107.
When the I/O count was increased from the original 112 maximum to
176 maximum (for the DL330/DL330P CPU) and 184 maximum (for the
DL340 CPU), most of the new I/O addresses were not set up to be
consecutive with the the original 112 I/O. This means you will see a
large jump in the I/O number ranges.
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Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Octal Numbering
System
The DL305 I/O points are numbered in octal (base 8.) The octal numbering system
does not include the numbers 8 and 9. The following table lists the first few octal
numbers with the equivalent decimal numbers so you can see the numbering
pattern.
Octal
Numbers
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
20
21
22
23
24
...
Decimal
Numbers
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
...
Fixed
I/O Numbering
The DL305 base I/O numbering is fixed, you cannot choose the I/O address of
specific points since the system allocates the addresses for each slot. The I/O
number ranges are 0--177 and 700--767. The I/O numbering for each slot in the base
depends on two things:
1. The base configuration, which is determined by the size of the base and
whether you are using an expansion base.
2. The number of I/O points per module and the location of the I/O modules in
the base.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
4--3
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
I/O numbering begins with address “000” which is the slot adjacent to the CPU. Each
module uses increments of eight I/O points. For 8 point modules the I/O addresses
are made up of eight contiguous points for each module. For 16 point modules the
I/O addresses are made up of two groups of eight contiguous points, the first group
follows the same scheme as the 8 point module and the second group adds 100 to
the values of the first group.
The examples below show the I/O numbering for a 5 slot local CPU base with 8 point
I/O and a 5 slot local CPU base with 16 point I/O.
5 Slot Base Using 8 Point I/O Modules
5 Slot Base Using 16 Point I/O Modules
020
to
027
Slot Number: 3 2
010
to
017
000
to
007
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1 0
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
Slot Number: 3 2
C
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Bases and
Expansion Bases
030
to
037
Bases and
Expansion Bases
I/O Numbering
Guidelines
DL305
1 0
Number of I/O
Points Required for
Each Module
DC Input Modules
Relay Output Modules
DC Output Modules
D3--08ND2
D3--16ND2--1
D3--16ND2--2
D3--16ND2F
8
16
16
16
D3--08TD1
D3--08TD2
D3--16TD1--1
D3--16TD1--2
8
8
16
16
D3--08TR
F3--08TRS--1
F3--08TRS--2
D3--16TR
F3--16ND3
16
D3--16TD2
16
Analog Modules
AC Input Modules
AC Output Modules
8
D3--08NA--2
D3--16NA
8
16
AC/DC Input Modules
D3--08NE3
8
D3--16NE3
16
F3--04DA--1
F3--04DA--2
F3--04DAS
16
16
16
ASCII BASIC Modules
F3--AB128--R
16
D3--04AD
16
F3--AB128--T
16
16
16
D3--04TAS
F3--08TAS
8*
8
F3--04ADS
F3--08AD
16
16
F3--AB128
F3--AB64
D3--08TA--1
8
F3--08TEMP
16
Specialty Modules
D3--08TA--2
8
F3--08THM--n
16
F3--16TA--1
D3--16TA--2
16
16
F3--16AD
D3--02DA
16
16
D3--08SIM
D3--HSC
* This is a 4-point module, but each slot is assigned a minimum of 8 I/O points.
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16
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
D3--08NA--1
8
8
8
16
Analog Modules (cont.)
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--4
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
I/O Module
Placement Rules
There are some limitations that determine where you can place certain types of
modules. Some modules require certain locations and may limit the number or
placement of other modules. We have tried to give clearly written explanations of the
rules governing module placement, but we realize a picture can sometimes be worth
a thousand words. If you have difficulty with some of our explanations, please look
ahead to the illustrations in this chapter. They should clear up any gray areas in the
explanation and you will probably find the configuration you intend to use in your
installation.
In all of the configurations mentioned the number of slots from the CPU that are to be
used can roll over into an expansion base if necessary. For example if a rule states a
module must reside in one of the six slots adjacent to the CPU, and the system
configuration is comprised of two 5 slot bases, slots 1 and 2 of the expansion base
are valid locations.
The following table provides the general placement rules for the DL305
components.
Module
CPU
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
16 Point I/O
Modules
Analog Modules
ASCII Basic
Modules
High Speed
Counter
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Restriction
The CPU must reside in the first slot of the local CPU
base. The first slot is the closest slot to the power supply.
There can be a maximum of eight 16 point modules
installed in a system depending on the CPU type and I/O
modules used. The 16 point modules must be in the first 8
slots adjacent to the CPU rolling over into an expansion
base if necessary. If any of the eight slots adjacent to the
CPU are not used for 16 point modules, they can be used
for 8 point modules.
Analog modules must reside in any valid 16 point I/O slot.
ASCII Basic modules must reside in any valid 16 point I/O
slot.
High Speed Counters may be used in one of the first 4
slots in the local CPU base.
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
The DL330 CPU can address up to seven 16 point modules as long as they reside in
the seven slots adjacent to the CPU, however; there is one circumstance where the
number of 16 point modules can be limited.
S Only six 16 point modules can be used if High Speed Counter modules
are installed in the system. The 16 point modules must reside in the six
slots adjacent to the CPU.
NOTE: The High Speed Counter module is considered to be a 16 point module.
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
C
P
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DL305
Bases and
Expansion Bases
030
to
037
Bases and
Expansion Bases
DL330/DL330P
Rules for
16 Point Modules
4--5
DL305
Addresses 160 -- 167 are not available as I/O if
High Speed Counter modules are used in the system
NOTE: Addresses 160--167 are normally used as CRs, but they can also be used as
I/O for 16 point modules. You cannot use the points as both CRs and I/O. Also, when
you use these as I/O points, you still enter them as C160--C167 in DirectSOFT.
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--6
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
DL340 Rules for
16 Point Modules
The DL340 CPU can address up to eight 16 point modules as long as they reside in
the eight slots adjacent to the CPU, however; there are circumstances where the
number of 16 point modules can be limited.
1. Only seven 16 point modules can be used if a Thumbwheel Interface
module is installed in the system. The 16 point modules must reside in the
seven slots adjacent to the CPU.
2. Only seven 16 point modules can be used if High Speed Counter modules
are installed in the system. The 16 point modules must reside in the six slots
adjacent to the CPU, skipping one slot, and using the 8th slot from the CPU
for the last of the 16 point modules.
3. Only six 16 point modules can be used if a High Speed Counter and a
Thumbwheel Interface module are installed in the system. The 16 point
modules must reside in in the six slots adjacent to the CPU .
NOTE: Both High Speed Counter and Thumbwheel Interface modules are
considered to be 16 point modules.
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
170
to
177
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
C
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DL305
Addresses 170 -- 177 are not available as I/O if a
Thumbwheel Interface module is used in the system
Addresses 160 -- 167 are not available as I/O if
High Speed Counter modules are used in the system
Addresses 160 -- 167 and 170 -- 177 are not available as I/O if
both High Speed Counters and a Thumbwheel interface module
are used in the system.
NOTE: Addresses 160 -- 177 are normally used as CRs, but they can also be used as
I/O points if you are using 16 point modules. Remember, if you use these locations
as I/O points you cannot use them as CRs. Also, when you use these as I/O points,
you still enter them as C160--C177 in DirectSOFT.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
4--7
Three Sizes of
Bases
There are three base sizes available to hold your I/O modules: 5, 8 and 10 slot. The 5
and 10 slot bases can be used as either a local CPU base or an expansion base. The
8 slot base can only be used as a local CPU base. The 5, 8, and 10 slot bases are
available with a built-in 110/220 VAC power supply. The 5 slot base is also available
with a built-in 24 VDC power supply.
Remote I/O is not offered in the DL305 product family. All DL305 products, with the
exception of the DL340 CPU, are compatible with remote I/O systems previously
offered by GE FANUC® and TEXAS INSTRUMENTS®
AC
Neutral
Bases and
Expansion Bases
AC Line
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Base Specifications and Wiring
5 Slot I/O Base
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
8 Slot I/O Base
10 Slot I/O Base
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Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Bases and
Maximum I/O
Supported
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--8
Base Mounting
Dimensions
The maximum I/O for the base combinations is shown below. The number of I/O
points supported also depends on the which CPU is used in the system.
Base Configuration
DL330 / DL330P
CPU
DL340 CPU
5 slot local CPU base system
64 I/O max.
64 I/O max
5 slot local CPU base system with a 5 slot
expansion base
120 I/O max.
128 I/O max.
5 slot local CPU base system with two 5
slot expansion bases
120 I/O max.
128 I/O max.
8 slot local CPU base system
112 I/O max.
112 I/O max.
8 slot local CPU base system with a 5 slot
expansion base
152 I/O max.
152 I/O max.
10 slot local CPU base system
128 I/O max.
136 I/O max.
10 slot local CPU base system with a 5
slot expansion base
168 I/O max.
176 I/O max.
10 slot local CPU base system with a 10
slot expansion base
176 I/O max.
184 I/O max.
Use these mounting dimensions when you install the DL305 bases. Make sure you
have followed the installation guidelines shown in Chapter 2 for proper spacing.
5 slot base
11.41”
290mm
.94”
24mm
10.63”
270mm
Handheld Programer
on side view of
Base
3.54”
90mm
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
4.84”
123mm
8 slot base
14.76”
375mm
3.54”
90mm
4.84”
123mm
10 slot base
4.41”
112mm
5.35”
136mm
15.55”
395mm
18.30”
465mm
17.51”
445mm
4.84”
123mm
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
3.54”
90mm
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
The following diagram shows the terminal connections located on the power supply
of the DL305 bases.
WARNING: Damage will occur to the base power supply if 230 VAC is
connected to the 115 VAC terminal connections. Once the power wiring is
connected, install the protective cover. When the cover is removed there is a
risk of electrical shock if you accidentally touch the connection terminals.
24 VDC
Terminal Strip
110/220 VAC
Terminal Strip
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Line
Neutral
Expansion Base
Power Supply
Wiring Example
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Connecting the
Power Supply
4--9
The following diagram shows how to connect the power when you use both local
CPU and Expansion bases.
220VAC
24VDC
+ --
Neutral
110VAC
220VAC
24VDC +
--
Local CPU
Local CPU
Local CPU
110VAC
220VAC
24VDC +
--
Expansion
Base 1
Expansion
Base 1
Expansion
Base 1
110VAC
220VAC
24VDC +
--
Expansion
Base 2
Expansion
Base 2
Expansion
Base 2
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Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
110VAC
Line
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--10
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Base
Specifications
D3--05B
D3--05BDC
D3--08B
D3--10B
Number of Slots
5
5
8
10
Local CPU Base
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Expansion Base
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Input Voltage Range
97--132 VAC
194--264 VAC
47--63Hz
20.5--30 VDC <10%
ripple
97--132 VAC
194--264 VAC
47--63Hz
97--132 VAC
194--264 VAC
47--63Hz
Base Power
70 VA max (46W)
48 Watts
70 VA max (57W)
70 VA max (57W)
Inrush Current max.
30A
30A
30A
30A
Dielectric Strength
1500VAC for 1 minute
between terminals of
AC P/S, Run output,
Common, 24VDC
1500VAC for 1 minute
between 24VDC input
terminals and Run
output
1500VAC for 1 minute
between terminals of
AC P/S, Run output,
Common, 24VDC
2000VAC for 1 minute
between terminals of
AC P/S, Run output,
Common, 24VDC
Insulation Resistance
>10MΩ at 500VDC
>10MΩ at 500VDC
>10MΩ at 500VDC
>10MΩ at 500VDC
Power Supply Output
(Voltage Ranges and
Ripple)
(5VDC) 4.75--5.25V
less than 0.1V p--p
(5VDC) 4.75--5.25V
less than 0.1V p--p
(5VDC) 4.75--5.25V
less than 0.1V p--p
(5VDC) 4.75--5.25V
less than 0.1V p--p
(9VDC) 8.5--13.5V
less than 0.2V p--p
(9VDC) 8.5--13.5V
less than 0.2V p--p
(9VDC) 8.0--12.0V
less than 0.2V p--p
(9VDC) 8.0--12.0V
less than 0.2V p--p
(24VDC) 20--28V
less than 1.2V p--p
(24VDC) 20--28V
less than 1.2V p--p
(24VDC) 20--28V
less than 1.2V p--p
(24VDC) 20--28V
less than 1.2V p--p
5 VDC current
available
1.4A *
1.4A
1.4A @ 122° F (50° C)
1.0A @ 140° F (60° C)
1.4A @ 122° F (50° C)
1.0A @ 140° F (60° C)
9 VDC current
available
0.8A *
0.8A
1.7A @ 122° F (50° C)
1.4A @ 140° F (60° C)
1.7A @ 122° F (50° C)
1.4A @ 140° F (60° C)
24 VDC current
available
0.5A *
0.5A
0.6A
0.6A
Auxiliary 24 VDC
100mA max
None
100mA max
100mA max
Run Relay
250 VAC,
4A (resistive load)
250 VAC,
4A (resistive load)
250 VAC,
4A (resistive load)
250 VAC,
4A (resistive load)
Fuses
2A (250V)
4A (250V)
2A (250V)
2A (250V)
User replaceable
User replaceable
User replaceable
User replaceable
WxHxD
11.42x4.85x4.41 in.
(290x123x112 mm)
11.42x4.85x4.41 in
(290x123x112 mm)
15.55x4.85x4.41 in
(395x123x112 mm)
18.3x4.85x4.41 in.
(465x123x112 mm)
Weight
34 oz. (964g)
34 oz. (964g)
44.2 oz. (1253g)
50.5 oz. (1432g)
Consumption
Output
Dimensions
* The total current for the D3--05B must not exceed 2.3A.
Auxiliary 24VDC
Output at Base
Terminal
There is 24 VDC available from the 24 VDC output terminals on all bases except the
5 slot DC version (D3--05BDC). The 24 VDC supply can be used to power external
devices or DL305 modules that require external 24 VDC. The power used from the
this 24 VDC output reduces the internal system 24 VDC available to the modules by
an equal amount. So if you use this power supply, make sure you consider this when
you calculate the power budget. (The power budget is discussed in more detail later
in this chapter.)
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
4--11
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
The following diagram shows the details of how the DL305 base provides many of
the specifications listed on the previous page.
Schematic for D3--05B, D3--08B, D3--10B
2A
+
0V
--
+9V
+
+5V
+ --
115VAC
Switching
Power
Source
Circuit
24V/9V
Voltage
Abnormality
Detection
L
N
230VAC
Coil
RUN
Output
CPU
Normal
RUN
Bases and
Expansion Bases
+24V
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Power Supply
Schematics
+
24VDC Output
--
Inside
of CPU
G
0V
Schematic for D3--05BDC
+
0V
--
+9V
+
+5V
+ --
24V/9V
Voltage
Abnormality
Detection
Switching
Power
Source
Circuit
+
--
Coil
RUN
Output
CPU
Normal
RUN
Inside
of CPU
0V
G
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24VDC
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
4A
+24V
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--12
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Using the Run
Relay on the Base
Power Supply
The RUN relay output, located on the DL305 base power supply, can be used to
detect an undesired failure on the local CPU base or an expansion base. The
following table shows the operating characteristics of the RUN relay for a local CPU
base or an expansion base.
Event
Local CPU Base
RUN Relay Would:
Expansion Base
RUN Relay Would:
PROGRAM to RUN mode
Transition
Energize
Not change
The CPU detects a fatal
error
De--energize
Not change
CPU Local Base is
Removed Form the RUN
Mode
De--energize
Not change
Power Source to the
Power Supply is Turned
OFF
De--energize
De--energize
9 VDC or 24 VDC Failure
on the Power Supply
De--energize
De--energize
The following example demonstrates possible uses for the RUN relay on the DL305
bases.
Relay
Power
Supply
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Use of the RUN relay to
shutdown critical field
devices upon error detection
Relay
Critical
Field
Device
Field
Power
Supply
Panel
Lamp
Power
Use of the RUN relay to
monitor system operation
PLC
OK
Lamp
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Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
The CPU must go into first slot (next to the power supply) on the far right side of the
base. When inserting components into the base, align the PC board(s) of the module
with the grooves on the top and bottom of the base. Push the module straight into the
base until it is firmly seated in the backplane connector. To remove a module from the
base squeeze the tabs on the top and bottom of the faceplate and pull the module
straight out.
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Align module to
slots in base and slide in
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Installing CPUs
and I/O Modules
4--13
WARNING: Do not remove any system component when system power is on.
This may cause damage to the system or unpredictable system operation that
can result in a risk of personal injury.
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--14
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Using Bases for Local or Expansion I/O Systems
Base Uses Table
Local/Expansion
Connectivity
It is helpful to understand how you can use the various DL305 bases in your control
system. The following table shows how the bases can be used.
Base Part #
Number of Slots
Can Be Used As
A Local CPU
Base
Can Be Used As
An Expansion
Base
D3--05B
5
Yes
Yes
D3--05BDC
5
Yes
Yes
D3--08B
8
Yes
No
D3--10B
10
Yes
Yes
The configurations below show the valid combinations of local CPU bases and
expansion bases.
NOTE: You should use one of the configurations listed below when designing an
expansion system. If you use a configuration not listed below the system will not
function properly.
10 slot local CPU base with
a 5 slot expansion base
1.5 ft (0.5m)
8 slot local CPU base with
a 5 slot expansion base
1.5 ft (0.5m)
10 slot local CPU base
with a
10 slot expansion base
1.5 ft (0.5m)
1.5 ft (0.5m) 1.5 ft (0.5m)
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
5 slot local CPU base
with a maximum of two
5 slot expansion bases
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
The local CPU base is connected to the expansion base using a 1.5 ft. cable
(D3--EXCBL). The base must be connected as shown in the diagram below.
The top expansion connector on the base is the input from a previous base. The
bottom expansion connector on the base is the output to an expansion base. The
expansion cable is marked with “CPU Side” and “Expansion Side”. The“ CPU Side”
of the cable is connected to the bottom port of the base and the “Expansion Side” of
the cable is connected to the top port of the next base.
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
100
to
107
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
DL305
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
DL305
DL305
1.5 ft (0.5 m)
CPU Side
C
P
U
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Expansion
Cable
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Connecting
Expansion Bases
4--15
Expansion Side
Expansion Side
Note: Avoid placing the expansion cable in the same wiring
tray as the I/O and power source wiring.
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Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
1.5 ft (0.5 m)
CPU Side
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Setting the Base Switches
5 Slot Bases
The 5 slot and 10 slot bases have jumper switches that need to be set depending on
which system configuration is used. The 8 slot base does not have any switches.
The 5 slot bases have a two position toggle switch which is used to set the base as
the CPU local base, the first expansion base, or the second (last) expansion base.
The switch is set to the “1,3” position if the base is the local CPU base or the third
base in the system. The switch is set to the “2” position if the base is the 2nd base in
the system. If the 5 slot base is used as an expansion base for a 10 slot local CPU
base the switch is set in the “1,3” position.
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--16
BASE
1,3
2
The 10 slot base has a jumper switch between slot 3 and 4 used to set the base to
local CPU base or expansion base. There is also a jumper switch between slot 9 and
10 that sets slot 10 to the 100--107 I/O address range or to the 700--707 I/O address
range.
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
10 Slot Base
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
4--17
Example A
BASE BASE
1,3
2
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
170
to
177
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
170
to
177
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
BASE BASE
1,3
2
Example B
BASE BASE
1,3
2
Examples Show
Maximum I/O
Points Available
C
P
U
DL305
Expansion Base
DL305
Local CPU Base
C
P
U
DL305
Expansion Base
DL305
For the following examples the configurations using 16 point I/O modules are shown
with the maximum I/O points supported so you can always reduce the I/O count in
one of our examples and the configuration will still be valid. Substitution of 8 point I/O
modules can be made in place of any of the 16 point modules without affecting the
I/O numbering for any of the other I/O modules. When a 16 point module is replaced
with a 8 point I/O module the last 8 I/O addresses of that 16 point module may or may
not be useable in another slot location, depending on the system configuration used
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
BASE BASE
1,3
2
Local CPU Base
030
to
037
Bases and
Expansion Bases
The following system configurations will allow you to quickly configure your system
by using examples. These system configurations show the I/O numbering and the
base switch settings for every valid base configuration for a DL305 system.
When a 16 point I/O module is used the last 8 I/O addresses of each 16 point module
16 Point I/O
Allocation Example could have been used in another base slot. In the illustration below Example A
shows a 16 point module in the slot next to the CPU using address 000--007 and
100--107. The expansion I/O cannot use the last slot of the expansion base since it is
assigned addresses 100--107 and the 16 point module next to the CPU has already
used these addresses. Example B shows an 8 point module in the slot next to the
CPU and an 8 point module in the last slot of the expansion base. Both examples are
valid configurations .
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Example I/O Configurations
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--18
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
I/O Configurations with a 5 Slot Local CPU Base
The configurations below and on the next few pages show a 5 slot base with 8 point
I/O modules, 16 point modules, one expansion base and two expansion bases.
Switch settings
The 5 slot base has a toggle switch on the inside of the base between slots 4 and 5
which allows you to select:
Type of Base
Switch Position
Local CPU
Base 1,3
First Expansion
Base 2*
Last Expansion
Base 1,3
*used only with a 5 slot local CPU base
5 Slot Base
with 8 Point I/O
Total I/O: 32
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
C
P
U
DL305
C
P
U
DL305
BASE BASE
1,3
2
Total I/O: 64
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
5 Slot Base
with 16 Point I/O
BASE BASE
1,3
2
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Total I/O: 72
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
100
to
107
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
170
to
177
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
C
P
U
DL305
BASE BASE
1,3
2
040
to
047
DL305
BASE BASE
1,3
2
5 Slot Base and 5
Slot Expansion
Base with 16 Point
I/O
Bases and
Expansion Bases
030
to
037
Bases and
Expansion Bases
5 Slot Base and
5 Slot Expansion
Base with 8 Point
I/O
4--19
Total I/O: 128
BASE BASE
1,3
2
DL305
DL305
DL340 only
NOTE: If a 16pt module is used in the last two available slots of the expansion base,
160 through 177 will not be available for control relay assignments. Also, even
though you are using these points as I/O, you still enter them as C160--C177 in
DirectSOFT.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
BASE BASE
1,3
2
C
P
U
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
5 Slot Base and
Two 5 Slot
Expansion Bases
with 8 Point I/O
Total I/O: 112
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
100
to
107
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
DL305
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
DL305
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
170
to
177
160 150
to
to
167 157
140
to
147
120
to
127
110
to
117
C
P
U
DL305
BASE BASE
1,3
2
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--20
BASE BASE
1,3
2
BASE BASE
1,3
2
5 Slot Base and
Two 5 Slot
Expansion Bases
with 16 and 8 Point
I/O
Total I/O: 128
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
BASE BASE
1,3
2
130
to
137
100
to
107
BASE BASE
1,3
2
C
P
U
DL305
DL305
DL340 only
DL305
BASE BASE
1,3
2
NOTE: If a 16pt module is used in the last two available slots of the expansion base,
160 through 177 will not be available for control relay assignments. Also, even
though you are using these points as I/O, you still enter them as C160--C177 in
DirectSOFT.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
4--21
The configurations below show an 8 slot base with 8 point I/O modules, 16 point
modules, one 5 slot expansion base and two 5 slot expansion bases.
8 Slot Base
with 8 Point I/O
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
6
5
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
740
to
747
730
to
737
720
to
727
710
to
717
700
to
707
C
P
U
DL305
C
P
U
DL305
C
P
U
DL305
Total I/O: 112
*See note below
regarding points
160--167
8 Slot Base and
5 Slot Expansion
Base with
8 Point I/O
060
to
067
4 3
2
1 0
Total I/O: 96
010
to
017
000
to
007
DL305
Total I/O: 152
*See note below
regarding points
160--167
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
6
5
4 3
2
1 0
740
to
747
730
to
737
700
to
707
DL305
720
to
727
710
to
717
C
P
U
DL305
BASE BASE
1,3
2
NOTE: If a 16pt module is used in Slot 6, 160 through 167 will not be available for
control relay assignments. Also, even though you are using these points as I/O, you
still enter them as C160--C167 in DirectSOFT.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
BASE BASE
1,3
2
8 Slot Base and
5 Slot Expansion
Base with
16 Point I/O
Bases and
Expansion Bases
8 Slot Base
with 16 Point I/O
Total I/O: 56
Bases and
Expansion Bases
I/O Configurations with an 8 Slot Local CPU Base
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
I/O Configurations with a 10 Slot Local CPU Base
Switch settings
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--22
The configurations below and on the next few pages show a 10 slot base with 8 point
I/O modules, with 16 point modules, with a 5 slot expansion base and with a 10 slot
expansion base.
The 10 slot base has two jumper switches to select the base type and the address
ranges to use. These switches can be found on the base between slots 3 and 4
(SW1) and slots 9 and 10 (SW2). Jumper switch SW1 is used to select if the base is a
local CPU base or an expansion base. Jumper switch SW2 determines the I/O
address range (100 -- 107 or 700 -- 707) for the 10th slot on the local CPU base. By
selecting the address range of 700 to 707 for slot 10, it is possible to use a 16 point
module next to the CPU (which uses the ranges of 000 to 007 and 100 to 107),
however; the position of this switch will affect the I/O numbering for the expansion I/O
if used.
NOTE: Jumper switch SW2 must be set to “100 EXP” on the expansion base.
Last Slot Address
Range 100 to 107
Total I/O: 72
Jumper
SW2 100
700
Jumper
SW1
EXP
EXP
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
100
to
107
Last Slot Address
Range 700 to 707
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
C
P
U
CPU
DL305
Total I/O: 72
Jumper
SW2 100
700
Jumper
SW1
EXP
EXP
700
to
707
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
C
P
U
DL305
CPU
4--23
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
The next two configurations show a local CPU base using 16 point I/O modules and
the two possibilities for how to configure the base to use the maximum number of I/O
points.
Configuration 1
Configuration 1 shows an 8 point I/O module the slot next to the CPU and the
address range of 100--107 for the last slot. When jumper switch SW2 is set to the
“100 EXP” position, the address range for the last slot is set to 100--107, thereby
limiting the address range for the first module to 000--007. This means if you use this
configuration, the first module must be an 8 point I/O module. You will have more
available addresses for an expansion base as you will see in the example using a 10
slot expansion base.
Configuration 1
Jumper
SW2
Jumper
SW1
100
EXP
700
EXP
100
to
107
*See note below regarding
points 160--167 and
170--177.
Configuration 2
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
170
to
177
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
6 5
4
8 7
DL340 only
C
P
U
DL305
1 0
Configuration 2
Jumper
SW2
700
Jumper
SW1
100
EXP
EXP
700
to
707
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
170
to
177
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
6 5
4
8 7
DL340 only
3 2
C
P
U
CPU
DL305
1 0
NOTE: If a 16pt module is used in Slot 6 for the DL330 or DL330P CPU, 160 through
167 will not be available for control relay assignments. If a 16pt module is used in Slot
6 and/or Slot 7 for a DL340 CPU, 160--167 and/or 170--177 are not available for
control relay assignments. Also, even though you are using these points as I/O, you
still enter them as C160--C167/C170--C177 in DirectSOFT.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Configuration 2 shows a 16 point I/O module in the slot next to the CPU and the
address range of 700--707 for the last slot. This is the maximum I/O configuration for
a 10 slot local CPU base. When jumper switch SW2 is set to the “700” position the
address range for the last slot is set to 700--707 making addresses 000--007 and
100--107 available for use in the first slot. The position of jumper switch SW2 can limit
the amount of I/O addresses available to the larger expansion bases since
expansion I/O numbering would normally start with address 700.
Total I/O: 136
*See note below regarding
points 160--167 and
170--177.
3 2
000
to
007
CPU
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Total I/O:128
Bases and
Expansion Bases
10 Slot Expansion
Base with
16 Point I/O
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--24
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
10 Slot Base and
5 Slot Expansion
Base with
16 Point I/O
Total I/O: 176
Jumper
SW2
700
Jumper
SW1
100
EXP
EXP
700
to
707
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
170 160
to
to
177 167
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
6 5
4
070
to
077
Bases and
Expansion Bases
8 7
750
to
757
740
to
747
730
to
737
720
to
727
710
to
717
3 2
C
P
U
CPU
DL305
1 0
DL340 only
DL305
BASE BASE
1,3
2
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
NOTE: If a 16pt module is used in Slot 6 for the DL330 or DL330P CPU, 160 through
167 will not be available for control relay assignments. If a 16pt module is used in Slot
6 and/or Slot 7 for a DL340 CPU, 160--167 and/or 170--177 are not available for
control relay assignments. Also, even though you are using these points as I/O, you
still enter them as C160--C167/C170--C177 in DirectSOFT.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
4--25
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
10 Slot Base and
10 Slot Expansion
Base with
8 Point I/O
I/O addresses change depending on the point configuration in the local CPU base.
Notice, when the local CPU base contains only 8 point I/O modules, addresses
110--117, 120--127 and 130--137 are available for use in the expansion base. When
the local CPU base has 16 point I/O modules, which use the I/O addresses 110--117,
120--127 and 130--137, these addresses are taken up and are not available for use
in the expansion base.
Total I/O: 152
Jumper
SW2
Jumper
SW1
100
EXP
EXP
100
to
107
SW2
700
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
DL305
C
P
U
SW1
100
EXP
EXP
760
to
767
10 Slot Base and
10 Slot Expansion
Base with
16 Point I/O
070
to
077
CPU
750
to
757
740
to
747
730
to
737
720
to
727
710
to
717
700
to
707
130
to
137
120 110
to
to
127 117
CPU
Bases and
Expansion Bases
700
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Expansion
Addresses Depend
on Local CPU Base
Configuration.
DL305
Total I/O: 184
Jumper
SW2
SW2
700
100
EXP
8 7
6 5
4
3 2
1 0
070
to
077
060
to
067
050
to
057
040
to
047
030
to
037
020
to
027
010
to
017
000
to
007
170
to
177
160
to
167
150
to
157
140
to
147
130
to
137
120
to
127
110
to
117
100
to
107
EXP
C
P
U
DL305
SW1
DL340 only
100
EXP
760
to
767
750
to
757
740
to
747
730
to
737
720
to
727
710
to
717
700
to
707
CPU
EXP
CPU
DL305
NOTE: If a 16pt module is used in Slot 6 for the DL330 or DL330P CPU, 160 through
167 will not be available for control relay assignments. If a 16pt module is used in Slot
6 and/or Slot 7 for a DL340 CPU, 160--167 and/or 170--177 are not available for
control relay assignments. Also, even though you are using these points as I/O, you
still enter them as C160--C167/C170--C177 in DirectSOFT.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
700
Jumper
SW1
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Calculating the Power Budget
Managing your
Power Resource
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--26
WARNING: It is extremely important to calculate the power budget. If you
exceed the power budget, the system may operate in an unpredictable
manner which may result in a risk of personal injury or equipment damage.
Auxiliary Base
Power Source
Base Power
Specifications
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
When you determine the types and quantity of I/O modules you will be using in the
DL305 system it is important to remember there is a limited amount of power
available from the power supply. We have provided a chart to help you easily see the
amount of power available with each base. The following chart will help you calculate
the amount of power you need with your I/O selections. At the end of this section you
will also find an example of power budgeting and a worksheet for your own
calculations.
If the I/O you choose exceeds the maximum power available from the power supply
you can resolve the problem in one of two ways:
S Shift some of the modules to an expansion base which contains another
power supply.
S If a 5 slot base is being used, replace it with an 8 or 10 slot base. This
will provide more power on the 9V and 24V power supplies.
There is 24 VDC available from the 24 VDC output terminals on the bases (except
D3--05BDC). The 24 VDC can be used to power external devices or DL305 modules
that require external 24 VDC. The power used from this supply reduces the internal
system 24 VDC available to the modules by an equal amount. When using the 24
VDC output at the base terminal it is not recommended to exceed 100mA.
This chart shows the amount of current available for the three voltages supplied on
DL305 bases. Use these currents when calculating the power budget for your
system.
Bases
5V Power
Supplied in
mA
9V Power
Supplied in
mA
24V Power
Supplied in
mA
Auxiliary
24 VDC
Output at
Base Terminal
D3--05B
1400
800
500
Yes
D3--05BDC
1400
800
500
None
D3--08B
1400
1700
600
Yes
D3--10B
1400
1700
600
Yes
NOTE: The total current for the D3--05B and D3--05BDC should not exceed 2.3
Amps. The base currents listed for the D3--08B and the D3--10B are for operating
ambient temperatures between 0° C and 50° C.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
The next three pages show the amount of maximum current required for each of the
DL305 modules. The column labeled “External Power Source Required” is for
module operation and is not for field wiring. Use these currents when calculating the
power budget for your system. If 24 VDC is needed for external devices, the 24 VDC
(100mA maximum) output at the base terminal strip may be used as long as the
power budget is not exceeded.
5V Power
Required in
mA
9V Power
Required in
mA
24V Power
Required in
mA
External
Power Source
Required
D3--330
300
50
0
None
D3--330P
300
50
0
None
D3--340
300
20
0
None
F3--OMUX--1
300
0
0
None
F3--OMUX--2
300
0
150
None
F3--PMUX
500
0
0
None
F3--RTU
300
0
0
0
D3--08ND2
0
10
112
None
D3--16ND2--1
0
25
224
None
D3--16ND2--2
0
24
209
None
D3--16ND2F
0
25
224
None
F3--16ND3F
0
148
68
None
D3--08NA--1
0
10
0
None
D3--08NA--2
0
10
0
None
D3--16NA
0
100
0
None
D3--08NE3
0
10
0
None
D3--16NE3
0
130
0
None
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Module Power
Requirements
4--27
CPUs
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Specialty CPUs
DC Input
Modules
AC/DC Input
Modules
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
AC Input
Modules
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--28
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Module Power
Requirements
(continued)
5V Power
Required in
mA
9V Power
Required in
mA
24V Power
Required in
mA
External
Power Source
Required
D3--08TD1
0
20
24
None
D3--08TD2
0
30
0
None
D3--16TD1--1
0
40
96
None
D3--16TD1--2
0
40
96
None
D3--16TD2
0
180
0
None
D3--04TAS
0
12
0
None
F3--08TAS
0
80
0
None
F3--08TAS--1
0
25
0
None
D3--08TA--1
0
96
0
None
D3--08TA--2
0
160
0
None
F3--16TA--2
0
250
0
None
D3--16TA--2
0
400
0
None
D3--08TR
0
360
0
None
F3--08TRS--1
0
296
0
None
F3--08TRS--2
0
296
0
None
D3--16TR
0
480
0
None
D3--04AD
0
55
0
24VDC @
65mA max
F3--04ADS
0
183
50
None
F3--08AD
0
25
37
None
F3--08TEMP
0
25
37
None
F3--08THM--n
0
50
34
None
F3--16AD
0
33
47
None
D3--02DA
0
80
0
24VDC @
170mA max
F3--04DA--1
0
144
108
None
F3--04DA--2
0
144
108
None
F3--04DAS
0
154
145
None
DC Output
Modules
AC Output
Modules
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Relay Output
Modules
Analog
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
4--29
24V Power
Required in
mA
External
Power Source
Required
D3--232--DCU
500
0
0
Optional 5VDC
@ 500mA
D3--422--DCU
500
0
0
Optional 5VDC
@ 500mA
F3--UNICON
0
0
0
(24 VDC or
5 VDC) @
100mA
F3--AB128--R
0
205
0
None
F3--AB128--T
0
205
0
None
F3--AB128
0
90
0
None
F3--AB64
0
90
0
None
D3--08SIM
0
10
112
None
D3--HSC
0
70
0
None
D3--PWU
800
0
0
Optional 5VDC
@ 800mA
D3--HP
50
50
0
Optional
D3--HPP
50
50
0
Optional
Communications
and Networking
ASCII BASIC
Modules
Bases and
Expansion Bases
9V Power
Required in
mA
Bases and
Expansion Bases
5V Power
Required in
mA
Specialty
Modules
Programming
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Bases and
Expansion Bases
4--30
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
Power Budget
Calculation
Example
The following example shows how to calculate the power budget for the DL305
system.
Base #
1
Module Type
5 VDC (mA)
24 VDC (mA) and/or
Auxiliary Base
Power Source
24 VDC Output (mA)
9 VDC (mA)
Base Used
D3--05B
1400
800
Slot 1
D3--330
+ 300
+ 50
+
0
Slot 2
D3--16NE3
+
0
+ 130
+
0
Slot 3
D3--16NE3
+
0
+ 130
+
0
Slot 4
F3--16TA--2
+
0
+ 250
+
0
Slot 5
F3--16TA--2
+
0
+ 250
+
0
D3--232--DCU
+ 500
+
+
0
500
Slot 6
Slot 7
Slot 8
Slot 9
Slot 10
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Other
Maximum power required
Remaining Power Available
800
1400 -- 800 = 600 800 -- 630
0
630
= 170 500 -- 0
0
= 500
1. Using the tables at the beginning of the Power Budgeting section of this
chapter fill in the information for the Base, CPU, I/O modules, and any other
devices that will use system power including devices that use the 24 VDC
output. Pay special attention to the current supplied by the base which you
have selected since they do differ. Devices which fall into the “Other”
category are devices such as the Data Communications Unit and the
Handheld programmer which plug onto the CPU.
2. Add the current columns starting with slot 1 and put the total in the row
labeled “Maximum power required”.
3. Subtract the row labeled “Maximum power required” from the row labeled
“Base Used”. Place the difference in the row labeled “Remaining Power
Available”.
4. If “Maximum Power Required” is greater than “Base Used” in any of the
three columns, the power budget will be exceeded. It will be unsafe to use
this configuration and you will need to restructure your base/module
configuration.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases, and I/O Configuration
This blank chart is provided for you to copy and use in your power budget
calculations.
Base #
Module Type
5 VDC (mA)
9 VDC (mA)
24 VDC (mA) and/or
Auxiliary Base
Power Source
24 VDC Output (mA)
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Power Budget
Calculation
Worksheet
4--31
Base Used
Bases and
Expansion Bases
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
Slot 7
Slot 8
Slot 9
Slot 10
Other
Remaining Power Available
1. Using the tables at the beginning of the Power Budgeting section of this
chapter fill in the information for the Base, CPU, I/O modules, and any other
devices that will use system power including devices that use the 24 VDC
output. Pay special attention to the current supplied by the base which you
have selected since they do differ. Devices which fall into the “Other”
category are devices such as the Data Communications Unit and the
Handheld programmer which plug onto the CPU.
2. Add the current columns starting with slot 1 and put the total in the row
labeled “Maximum power required”.
3. Subtract the row labeled “Maximum power required” from the row labeled
“Base Used”. Place the difference in the row labeled “Remaining Power
Available”.
4. If “Maximum Power Required” is greater than “Base Used” in any of the
three columns, the power budget will be exceeded. It will be unsafe to use
this configuration and you will need to restructure your base/module
configuration.
DL305 User Manual, Rev. D
Bases, Expansion Bases
and I/O Configuration
Maximum power required
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