Delta Tau COMPACT UMAC User's Manual

Delta Tau COMPACT UMAC User's Manual
^1 HARDWARE REFERENCE MANUAL
^2UMAC CPCI Accessory Cx
^3 Compact UBUS Backplane Boards
^4 4Ax-603617-xHxx
^5 January 28, 2003
Single Source Machine Control
Power // Flexibility // Ease of Use
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................................1
CONNECTIONS .........................................................................................................................................................3
Compact UBUS Connectors......................................................................................................................................3
Field Wiring Connectors ...........................................................................................................................................3
Power Supply Connector...........................................................................................................................................3
Power-Input Connector .............................................................................................................................................3
BACKPLANE BOARD LAYOUT.............................................................................................................................5
CONNECTOR SUMMARY .......................................................................................................................................7
CONNECTOR PINOUTS...........................................................................................................................................9
Compact UBUS Connector (P1-n) Pin-Out...............................................................................................................9
Pass-Through (P2-n) Connectors ............................................................................................................................10
P{x+1}: Power Supply (P47-Style) Connector .......................................................................................................11
J1 Line Supply Input Connector..............................................................................................................................12
J2 Alternate Analog Power Connector ....................................................................................................................12
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INTRODUCTION
The Acc-Cx family of backplane boards for the UMAC CPCI controller provides the connection means
for field wiring, power supply and interboard communications for this controller. These backplane boards
implement the Compact UBUS communications bus that enables the UMAC CPCI CPU board to
communicate with the motion and I/O interface boards. The x in the accessory name refers to the number
of Compact UBUS slots (including the slot for the CPU) on the board.
For each 3U-format board installed in the backplane, there is also a pass-through connector on the
backplane board that permits a distribution system for the field wiring from the rear of the rack. With the
proper system engineering, this results in a very neat, hidden system of distribution wiring.
The Acc-Cx also provides the power-input connector and the power-supply installation connector for the
system.
The Acc-C8 8-slot Compact UBUS Backplane board (part number 300-603617-10x) was the first of this
family to be designed. Others may be available. Contact a Delta Tau distributor for details.
The Acc-C8 8-slot backplane board:
The Compact UBUS is a high-density version of Delta Tau’s UBUS backplane bus for the original
UMAC controller. Whereas the original UBUS utilizes a VME-style 96-pin DIN connector that occupies
the full height of a 3U-format board, the Compact UBUS uses a Compact PCI-style 110-pin high-density
connector that occupies only the bottom half of a 3U-format slot. The Compact UBUS is identical in
operation, both electrically and in software, to the original UBUS; only the form factor has changed.
While the Compact UBUS uses the same connections as the Compact PCI bus, and uses the same powersupply and return pins, it is designed as a terminated bus, whereas the Compact PCI bus is un-terminated.
Every signal line on the Compact UBUS has a 330-ohm pull-up resistor at each end, and a 470-ohm pulldown resister at each end.
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CONNECTIONS
In a typical configuration, the Acc-Cx Compact UBUS backplane board is installed into a standard 3Uformat Eurorack with screws and the 3U-format UMAC CPCI boards are slid into the rack so that their J1
and J2 rear connectors mate with the P1-n and P2-n connectors on the front side of the backplane board.
A rack-mounted power supply is installed into the P47-style power connector and the power source is
connected into the rear-side J1 connector. Distribution boards or cables for the field wiring are connected
to the rear-side P2-n connectors.
In a typical installation, the UMAC CPCI CPU board is simply slid into a slot of a 3U-Eurocard rack until
it inserts into the mating connectors on the backplane board already installed in the rack. In actual
operation, all signals to the board come into the CPU board through the backplane. (The front-panel RS232 connector is intended for test and debugging purposes.)
Compact UBUS Connectors
The P1-n Compact UBUS connectors along the bottom half of the front side of the backplane board
provide the means for the UMAC CPCI CPU board to communicate with axis and I/O boards through the
backplane. They also provide the 3.3V and 5V (and optionally the +/-12V) power supply lines to the 3Uformat boards. Matching pins on all P1-n (n = 1 to x on an Acc-Cx board) connectors are bussed
together.
Because of the design of the Compact UBUS, the CPU board can operate in any slot of the bus.
However, if the CPU board has the CPCI bridge board installed on it, the CPU board must be installed in
the end slot of the Compact UBUS backplane immediately adjacent to the Compact PCI bus backplane
board, so the bridge board can be installed in the adjacent CPCI end slot.
Field Wiring Connectors
The P2-n field-wiring connectors at the top of the back edge of the board provide the path for all of the
signals between each 3U-format board and the outside system. These are pass-through connectors, so that
the same signals are available on matching pins on the front and back of the same connector. Each P2-n
connector is electrically independent of all the other P2-n connectors. In a typical configuration, a
system-specific distribution system is installed behind the backplane for each P2-n connector used.
Power Supply Connector
The P{x+1} connector on the Acc-Cx (e.g. P9 for the 8-slot Acc-C8 board) connector is a P47-style
power-supply connector. It is designed so that standard 3U-format CPCI power supplies can be installed,
with voltage level V1 as +5V; V2 as +3.3V; V3 as +12V; and V4 as –12V.
Power-Input Connector
The J1 connector on the rear side of the Acc-Cx board opposite the power-supply connector provides the
means to bring in the power input to the UMAC CPCI system. These pins simply provide a pass-through
of the power-input to the rack-mounted power supply. Depending on the power supply used, an AC or
DC power input may be used.
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BACKPLANE BOARD LAYOUT
This diagram of the UMAC CPCI Acc-C8 backplane board shows the locations of the connectors.
Detailed information about each connector follows:
PWR SUPPLY PLUG-IN,
FIRST LEFT SLOT
P2
Backplane Board Layout
P2
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CONNECTOR SUMMARY
P1-n:
P2-n:
P{x+1}
J1:
J2:
Compact UBUS Backplane Connectors
Thru-Backplane Field Wiring Connectors
Rack-Mounted Power Supply Connector
Line Supply Input Connector
Alternate Analog Power Connector
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CONNECTOR PINOUTS
Compact UBUS Connector (P1-n) Pin-Out
For a backplane board with x data slots, the connector P1-n (n = 1 to x) is the Compact-UBUS connector
for each 3U-format board. Like signals on all P1-n connectors are bussed together.
Row
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
25
GND
5V
3.3V
5V
GND
24
GND
BD02
5V
V(I/O)
BD01
BD00
GND
23
GND
3.3V
BD05
BD04
5V
BD03
GND
22
GND
BD09
BD08
3.3V
BD07
BD06
GND
21
GND
3.3V
BD13
BD12
BD11
BD10
GND
20
GND
BD17
GND
BD16
BD15
BD14
GND
19
GND
3.3V
BD20
BD19
GND
BD18
GND
18
GND
BD23
GND
3.3V
BD22
BD21
GND
17
GND
3.3V
{BD26}
{BD25}
GND
{BD24}
GND
16
GND
{BD30}
GND
{BD29}
{BD28}
{BD27}
GND
15
GND
3.3V
BWRBRDGND
{BD31}
GND
14
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
13
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
12
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
(KEY)
11
GND
CS10CS4CS3GND
CS2GND
10
GND
CS16GND
3.3V
CS14CS12GND
9
GND
IREQ2IREQ1MEMCS1GND
MEMCS0GND
8
GND
PHASE+
GND
SERVO+
WAITIREQ3GND
7
GND
PHASEWDO
SERVOGND
GND
6
GND
BA02
GND
3.3V
BA01
BA00
GND
5
GND
BA04
BA03
RESETGND
BX/Y
GND
4
GND
BA07
GND
V(I/O)
BA06
BA05
GND
3
GND
BA11
BA10
BA09
5V
BA08
GND
2
GND
{BA15}
5V
{BA14}
BA13
BA12
GND
1
GND
5V
-12V
PWRGUD
+12V
5V
GND
Notes:
1. Row 25 is physically at the top of the connector in its normal orientation; Row 1 is at the bottom.
Looking from the front of the rack, Column Z is on the left; Column F is on the right.
2. Supply (Vxx and xxV) and ground pins are in the same locations as the Compact PCI bus.
3. Spaces marked (KEY) are for the mechanical key; these are not pins.
4. Pins marked with {} brackets are reserved for future use; the signals inside the brackets are proposed
for future expansion to a 32-bit data bus and 16-bit address bus.
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Pass-Through (P2-n) Connectors
For a backplane board with x data slots, the connector P2-n (n = 1 to x) is the pass-through connector for
field wiring for each 3U-format board.
Row
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
22
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
21
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
20
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
19
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
18
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
17
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
16
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
15
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
14
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
13
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
12
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
11
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
10
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
9
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
8
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
7
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
6
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
5
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
4
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
3
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
2
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
1
GND
*
*
*
*
*
GND
Notes:
1. Row 25 is physically at the top of the connector in its normal orientation; Row 1 is at the bottom. Looking
from the front of the rack, Column Z is on the left; Column F is on the right.
2. The pins labeled as * simply pass through the Acc-Cx backplane board, without connecting to any other
signal on the board.
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P{x+1}: Power Supply (P47-Style) Connector
For a backplane board with x data slots, the connector P{x+1} (e.g. P9 for the Acc-C8 8-slot board) is the
power-supply connector.
Pins 1-20: Size 16 Power-Supply Outputs to Backplane
Pin No.
Description
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
+5V (V1)
+5V (V1)
+5V (V1)
+5V (V1)
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
Description
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
+5V/+3.3V Return (ground plane)
+3.3V (V2)
+3.3V (V2)
+3.3V (V2)
+3.3V (V2)
+3.3V (V2)
+3.3V (V2)
+12V Return (ground plane)
+12V (V3)
Pins 21-44: Size-20 Signal Interface Pins
21
-12V (V4)
33
22
23
Signal Return
Reserved (no connection)
34
35
24
-12V Return (ground plane)
36
25
GA0 (Supply slot address bit 0 – ground for
supply slot 0)
Reserved (no connection)
EN# (ground plane)
GA1 (Supply slot address bit 1 – ground for
supply slot 0)
V1 ADJ (no connection – for nominal
voltage)
+5V Sense (connect to center of +5V power
plane)
GA2 (Supply slot address bit 2 – ground for
supply slot 0)
V2 ADJ (no connection – for nominal
voltage)
37
+3.3V Sense (connect to center of +3.3V
power plane)
Sense Return
V1 Share (no connection on single-supply
backplane)
+12V Sense (connect to center of +12V
power plane)
SMB SCL (no connection)
38
39
40
DEG#
INH# (leave open for no inhibit function)
SMB SCL (no connection)
41
42
V2 Share (no connection on single-supply
backplane)
FAL#
43
SMB PWR (no connection)
44
V3 Share (no connection on single-supply
backplane)
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Pins 45-47: Size-16 Power-Supply Inputs from Backplane
45
46
47
Chassis GND
ACN / +DC In (AC Neutral/ Positive DC
input)
ACL / -DC In (AC Line/ Negative DC input)
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J1 Line Supply Input Connector
Pin #
Symbol
Function
1
2
CHASSIS GND
ACN / DC IN+
EARTH
INPUT
Description
Notes
Connection to earth ground
Important safety connection
Neutral input for AC supply;
Signal level and type dependent on power
positive input for DC supply
supply installed.
3
ACL / DC ININPUT
Line input for AC supply;
Signal level and type dependent on power
negative input for DC supply
supply installed.
This connector on the rear side of the Acc-Cx backplane board provides the means for bringing power into the UMAC CPCI
system. These signals are simply passed through the backplane board to the power supply.
J2 Alternate Analog Power Connector
Pin #
Symbol
Function
1
2
+12V RETURN
+12V
Common
Input /
Output
3
-12V
Input /
Output
4
-12V RETURN
Common
12
Description
Reference for +12V Supply
+12V analog supply for
backplane
-12V analog supply for
backplane
Reference for -12V Supply
Notes
Usually tied to –12V RETURN
This pin can be used as input if the rack
supply does not have +12V; it can be used
as output if the rack supply provides it.
This pin can be used as input if the rack
supply does not have +12V; it can be used
as output if the rack supply provides it.
Usually tied to +12V RETURN
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