PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner, IC695PNS001

PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner, IC695PNS001
Important Product Information
PACSystems* RX3i
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September 2015
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RX3i PROFINET Scanner
The PACSystems* RX3i PROFINET Scanner module, IC695PNS001 or PNS001, connects a
remote universal RX3i I/O rack of Series 90-30 or RX3i modules to a PROFINET I/O
Controller. The PROFINET Scanner scans the modules in its rack, retrieving input data and
providing output data, and exchanges that data on the PROFINET I/O LAN at the
configured production rate.
The PNS001 manages PROFINET communication and module configuration between an
I/O Controller and modules in the remote rack. If network communications are lost, the
PNS001 manages I/O states according to the individual module configurations.
The PNS001 supports 10/100/1000 Mbps Copper, 100/1000 Mbps Multi-mode Fiber, and
100/1000 Mbps Single-mode Fiber. PROFINET communications on the network require
100 or 1000 Mbps link speed. Although 10 Mbps cannot be used for PROFINET
communications, 10 Mbps can be used for other types of Ethernet traffic such as PING.
Features of the RX3i PNS001 include:
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Configuration services for all supported Series 90-30 and RX3i I/O Modules using
Proficy* Machine Edition (PME). For a list of currently supported I/O modules, refer to
Supported Modules, Power Supplies and Backplanes.
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Support for daisy-chain/line, star, or ring (PROFINET Media Redundancy Protocol
(MRP)) topologies.
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Four switched Ethernet ports - two 8-conductor RJ-45 shielded twisted pair
10/100/1000 Mbps copper interfaces and two Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
cages for user-supplied SFP devices.
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The network can include media interfaces of more than one type.
Support for transfer of I/O Device Name to another PNS001 module using an
SD card. This eliminates the need to connect a configuration tool, such as Proficy
Machine Edition when replacing a module.
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A USB port for field updates of firmware using WinLoader.
Note: The USB port is for firmware upgrades only. It is not intended for permanent
connection.
Ordering Information
IC695PNS001
PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner Module 10/100/1000
with four Ports (two SFP connections, two Copper)
Includes a blank SD card, two mounting screws and a USB port cover
IC695SPC100
RX3i 10/100/1000Base-T copper SFP
IC695SPF002
RX3i 100Base-FX (fiber 2 km) SFP (Multi-mode fiber - MMF)
IC695SPF550
RX3i 1000Base-SX (fiber 550 m) SFP (MMF)
IC695SPF010
RX3i 1000Base-LX (fiber 10 km) SFP (Single-mode fiber - SMF)
Indicates a trademark of General Electric Company and/or its subsidiaries. All other trademarks are the property of their
respective owners.
© 2013-2015 General Electric Company. All Rights Reserved.
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Specifications: PNS001
PROFINET Support
PROFINET Version 2.3 Class A I/O Device
Redundantly controlled operation implements PROFINET V2.3 Type S-2 System
Redundancy
Proficy Machine Edition
Version Required
Version 8.50 SIM 2 or later
Power Requirements
3.3 Vdc: 1.2 A with no SFP devices installed
1.9 A maximum (two SFP devices installed, 0.35A per SFP)
5Vdc: 1.1 A maximum
Operating Temperature
Range
0 to 60°C
Derated to 57°C:
•
If 100MB Fiber SFPs installed, or
•
If Copper SFPs operating at 1GB
Two RJ-45 and Two SFP Cages
(SFP devices not included, available separately.)
Number of Port Connectors
USB Connector (for firmware One Micro-B connector. USB 2.0 compliant running at Full-speed (12 MHz)
upgrades)
SD Card
Supports SD and SDHC cards.
PNS001 Status and Control 32 input status bits and 32 output control bits
Bits
PROFINET I/O production
rate (I/O Update Rate)
Configurable selections: 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms, 32 ms, 64 ms, 128 ms,
256 ms or 512 ms
Number of IP addresses
One. Supports Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
Number of MAC Addresses
Five. One per external port and one internal.
I/O Station Maximum Limits Number of I/O Modules per
Number of backplane slots minus one for
station
PNS001 and at least one for a power supply
I/O data per station
Configuration
2880 bytes total
1440 bytes of input data
1440 bytes of output data
V2.3 GSDML file is available on the Support website http://support.ge-ip.com for
download and import into Proficy Machine Edition. The GSDML supporting a
firmware release is part of the firmware upgrade kit available on the Support
website.
For product standards, general operating specifications, and installation requirements, refer to PACSystems RX3i
System Manual, GFK-2314.
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Installation Location
This product is intended for use with the RX3i system. Its components are considered open equipment (having live
electrical parts that may be accessible to users) and must be installed in an ultimate enclosure that is
manufactured to provide safety. At a minimum, the enclosure shall provide a degree of protection against solid
objects as small as 12mm (fingers, for example). This equates to a NEMA/UL Type 1 enclosure or an IEC60529 IP20
rating providing at least a pollution degree 2 environment. For details about installing RX3i rack systems, refer to
PACSystems RX3i System Manual, GFK-2314.
Installation in Hazardous Areas
The following information is for products bearing the UL marking for Hazardous Areas or ATEX marking for
explosive atmospheres:
CLASS 1 DIVISION 2 GROUPS ABCD
•
This equipment is an open-type device and is meant to be installed in an enclosure suitable for the
environment that is only accessible with the use of a tool.
•
Suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D Hazardous Locations, or nonhazardous locations
only.
•
Warning – EXPLOSION HAZARD - SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I,
DIVISION 2.
•
Warning – WHEN IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS, TURN OFF POWER BEFORE REPLACING OR WIRING
MODULES.
ATEX Zone 2
This module must be mounted in an enclosure certified in accordance with EN60079-15 for use in Zone 2, Group IIC
and rated IP54. The enclosure shall only be able to be opened with the use of a tool.
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PROFINET Scanner Status and Control Data
The RX3i PROFINET Scanner provides 32 bits of input status data and receives 32 bits of output control data. The
application program in the I/O Controller system can monitor the input status bits for the PNS001 module. The
output control bits are reserved for future use and have no function at this time.
Output Control Bits:
The PROFINET Scanner’s 32 bits of control output are reserved for future use.
Input Status Bits
The PROFINET Scanner’s 32 bits of input status provide information about the scanner. All
status bits are active high.
Status
Bits
Name
Description
1
Module OK
Indicates the health of the module. A value of 0 indicates the module is powering up
or has failed. A value of 1 indicates the module is functioning properly.
2
Reserved
Set to 0
3
Port1 Link Up
4
Port2 Link Up
5
Port3 Link Up
1 = port is connected to another device and is communicating.
0 = port is not connected to another device, or the port has some sort of error
preventing communications.
6
Port4 Link Up
7-10
Reserved
Set to 0
11
MRP Enabled
Indicates whether MRP has been enabled or not. A value of 0 indicates that MRP is
not enabled. A value of 1 indicates that MRP is enabled.
12
MRP Role
Indicates the MRP role the PNS001 is operating as when MRP is enabled. A value of 0
indicates that the PNS001 is currently an MRP Client. A value of 1 indicates that the
PNS001 is currently an MRP Manager, however the PNS001 does not currently
support MRP Manager configuration. If MRP is not enabled, then this bit will be set to
zero.
13-32
Reserved
Set to 0
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LEDs on the PROFINET Controller Module
Power-Up LED Patterns
At power-up, the LEDs show the patterns described in the following table. The LEDs also blink diagnostic patterns
for certain operating errors and for module identification.
Step
LED/ Blink pattern
Description
1
All LEDs off
Initial state
2
STATUS LED solid green
Normal operation
OK LED blinks amber with special
blink code
Fatal initialization or diagnostics failure;
H/W Module Identity Information not
available
STATUS LED blinks amber with
special blink code
Fatal initialization failure.
OK, LAN, and STATUS LEDs blink
green in unison (0.5 second ON/
0.5 second OFF)
Invalid firmware detected or firmware
update initiated. Module is waiting for
firmware update. Blink pattern continues
during firmware update. After the
automatic update completes, the LAN
and STATUS LEDs blink amber and the
module resets, which restarts the powerup process.
STATUS and LAN LEDs blink green
in unison (0.5 seconds ON/ 0.5
seconds OFF)
Internal update in process following a
firmware update. Unit should complete
update and restart automatically.
3
LAN and STATUS LED solid green
Normal operation
4
OK LED solid green
Normal operation. Power-up completed.
Note: Under certain ambient operating temperatures, the PROFINET Scanner could momentarily display the over
temperature pattern during power up, while it is calibrating its thermal protection functions. This indication can be
ignored. For details, refer to the section entitled Microprocessor Over-Temperature in PACSystems RX3i PROFINET
Scanner Manual, GFK-2737.
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Normal Operation of Individual LEDs
The PNS001’s LEDs can operate in tandem to indicate fatal error, module location/identification, microprocessor
over-temperature, and update conditions. For details on these blink patterns, refer to PACSystems RX3i PROFINET
Scanner Manual, GFK-2737.
OK LED
The OK LED indicates whether the module is able to perform normal operation.
Green, on
OK
Off
Not OK
LAN LED
The LAN LED indicates access to and activity on the Ethernet network. The LAN LED indicates network packets are
being processed by the network interface (not just passing through the embedded switch).
Blinking on
The module’s network interface is active
Off
No activity
STATUS LED
The STATUS stays Green during normal operation.
Green, on
Normal Operation
Red, blinking
A MAC address read from nonvolatile memory is invalid. Ports with invalid MAC addresses
remain disconnected from the Ethernet network.
CONN LED
The CONN LED indicates the status of PROFINET connections.
Green, on
At least one PROFINET connection (AR) exists with an I/O Controller.
Amber, blinking
No device name configured.
Off
No PROFINET connection (AR) exists.
Port LEDs
The PROFINET Controller has four Port LEDs, PORT1, PORT2, PORT3, and PORT4 that indicate link speed, link
connection and link activity corresponding to the four possible external Ethernet ports.
Blue, on
Link connected, 1000 Mbps
Blue, blinking
Port active, 1000 Mbps
Green, on
Link connected, 100 Mbps
Green, blinking
Port active, 100 Mbps
Purple, on
Link connected, 10 Mbps
Purple, blinking
Port active, 10 Mbps
Off
The associated Ethernet port is not connected to an active link
Red, on
Port 3 and port 4 only. Incompatible SFP plugged into port.
ACTIVE LED
The active LED indicates the Scanner is connected to a PROFINET I/O Controller that is controlling the I/O data for
the PNS001’s I/O modules.
Green, on
PNS001 is connected to a PROFINET I/O Controller that is controlling I/O Module IO data.
Off
PNS001 is not connected to a PROFINET I/O Controller.
USB LED
The USB LED indicates activity on the USB port.
Green, on
A USB cable is connected.
Green, blinking
USB port activity
Off
No USB port activity
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Quick Start Guide
Installation and initial startup procedures for the PNS001 include the following steps. Before installing and
operating the PNS001, refer to PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner Manual, GFK-2737, for detailed information.
1. Pre-installation check
Upon receiving your RX3i equipment, carefully inspect all shipping containers for damage. If any part of the system
is damaged, notify the carrier immediately. The damaged shipping container should be saved as evidence for
inspection by the carrier.
As the consignee, it is your responsibility to register a claim with the carrier for damage incurred during shipment.
However, GE Intelligent Platforms will fully cooperate with you, should such action be necessary.
After unpacking the RX3i equipment, record all serial numbers. Serial numbers are required if you should need to
contact Customer Care during the warranty period. All shipping containers and all packing material should be
saved should it be necessary to transport or ship any part of the system.
2. Installing the PNS001 in an RX3i backplane
The Scanner can be installed in slot 1 or 2 of a 7, 12, or 16-slot RX3i Universal Backplane, or in slot 6 of a 7-slot RX3i
Universal Backplane. The installation slot must match the slot that is selected in the module’s hardware
configuration.
The back of the PNS001 has an exposed heat sink and backplane connector. Before inserting the module into the
backplane, the removable conduction cooling cover must be removed from the backplane.
Removable plastic for the
heat-sink on certain modules.
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10
11
RX3i rack power must be turned off. The PNS001 does not
support insertion/removal while power is applied to the
system (hot swap).

Holding the module firmly, align the module with the
correct slot and connector.

Engage the module’s rear pivot hook in the notch on the
top of the backplane (1).
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Swing the module down (2) until the module’s connector
engages the backplane’s backplane connector.

Visually inspect the module to be sure it is properly seated.

Secure the bottom of the module to the backplane using
the machine screws provided with the module (3).

Tighten the heat sink screw on the front of the module in
the threaded hole in the backplate to 6 in-lbs, using a flattip screwdriver.
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2. Connecting the PNS001 to the PROFINET network and to a 10BaseT, 100BaseTX or 1000BaseT IEEE 802.3
network for general Ethernet communications
Do not connect two or more ports on the PNS001 to the same device, either directly or indirectly.
Each port on an RX3i PNS001 operates independently, so devices that operate at different speeds and/or duplex
modes may be attached to the ports. By default, all ports, including empty, unconfigured SFP cages, are set for
Automatic, which enables auto-negotiation for the widest range of options supported by the port. For other options,
refer to PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner Manual, GFK-2737.
Bottom of module
Port 1
Port 3
Front
Port 2
Port 4
4. Installing SFP devices
Optical SFPs use an invisible laser to generate a fiber-optic signal. Always keep the port covered if
a cable is not installed. Do not look into the open port if a cable is not installed.
If the surrounding air operating temperature of the PNS001 is greater than 40 °C,SFP
devices could have operating temperatures over 70°C (158 °F). Under these conditions, for
your safety, do not use bare hands to remove an SFP device from the SFP cage. Use
protective gloves or a tool (needle-nose pliers) to avoid handling the hot SFP device
directly when removing the SFP device.
For a list of SFP module types and network cabling details, refer to the section entitled SFP Modules for Ethernet
Ports in PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner Manual, GFK-2737.
5. Installing the USB port driver (optional)
The PNS001 provides a micro USB port for connection to a computer running Windows® 2000, Windows XP,
Windows Vista, or Windows 7 operating system. The WinLoader application is used to upgrade the PNS001
firmware through the USB port. The USB port is used only for firmware updates. USB driver files are provided as
part of upgrade packages compatible with the PROFINET Scanner. The PNS001 includes a driver-install application
that can be used to enable a computer to communicate with a PNS001 through its USB port.
6. Assigning an I/O Device Name to the PNS001
Before attempting to connect to or configure the RX3i PNS001, the I/O Device Name must be set with a Discovery
and Configuration Protocol (DCP) tool, such as the Proficy Machine Edition Discovery Tool.
7. Configuring the PNS001 and its I/O Modules on a PROFINET network
Proficy Machine Edition is the primary tool used to configure an RX3i PROFINET network. The PNS001 must be
installed in the slot that is selected in the module’s hardware configuration. The GSDML file for the RX3i PNS001 is
included in the firmware upgrade kit. If the version of the GSDML file in the firmware upgrade kit is not already
present in the Proficy Machine Edition tool chest, import the newer GSDML into PME to enable new features.
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Supported Modules, Power Supplies and Backplanes
The following modules can be used with this release of the RX3i PROFINET Scanner I/O Device:
Catalog Number
Module Description
Distinguishing Classes 1
Discrete Input Modules
IC693ACC300
Input Simulator Module (8pt & 16pt operation)
8 in, 16 in
IC693MDL230
8 Circuit Input 120 Vac Isolated
8 in
IC693MDL231
8 Circuit Input 240 Vac Isolated
8 in
IC693MDL240
16 Circuit Input 120 Vac
16 in
IC693MDL241
16 Circuit Input 24 Vac / Vdc
16 in
IC693MDL250
16 Circuit Isolated Input 120 Vac, Input Filtering Off
16 in
IC693MDL250
16 Circuit Isolated Input 120 Vac, Input Filtering On
none
IC693MDL260
32 Circuit Input 120 Vac, Input Filtering Off
32 in
IC693MDL260
32 Circuit Input 120 Vac, Input Filtering On
32 in/out
IC693MDL632
8 Circuit Input 125 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
8 in
IC693MDL634
8 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
8 in
IC693MDL635
16 Circuit Input 125 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
16 in
IC693MDL645
16 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
16 in
IC693MDL646
16 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic Fast
16 in
IC693MDL648
16 Circuit Input 48 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic Fast
16 in
IC693MDL654
32 Circuit Input 5/12 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
32 in
IC693MDL655
32 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic Fast
32 in
IC693MDL660
32 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic, Input Filtering Off
32 in
IC693MDL660
32 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic, Input Filtering On
32 in/out
IC694ACC300
Input Simulator Module (8pt & 16pt Mode)
8 in, 16 in
IC694MDL230
8 Circuit Input 120 Vac Isolated
8 in
IC694MDL231
8 Circuit Input 240 Vac Isolated
8 in
IC694MDL240
16 Circuit Input 120 Vac
16 in
IC694MDL241
16 Circuit Input 24 Vac / Vdc
16 in
IC694MDL250
16 Circuit Input 120 Vac Isolated
none
IC694MDL260
32 Circuit Input 120 Vac
none
IC694MDL632
8 Circuit Input 125 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
8 in
IC694MDL634
8 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
8 in
IC694MDL635
16 Circuit Input 125 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
16 in
IC694MDL645
16 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
16 in
IC694MDL646
16 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic Fast
16 in
IC694MDL654
32 Circuit Input 5/12 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
32 in
IC694MDL655
32 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic Fast
32 in
IC694MDL658
32 Circuit Input 48 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic Fast
32 in
IC694MDL660
32 Circuit Input 24 Vdc Positive / Negative Logic
none
IC695MDL664
16 Circuit Smart Input 24 Vdc Positive
Logic 2
none
The PNS001 cannot distinguish between modules within the same Distinguishing Class type. This means that any module
physically present that is within the same class as the one configured will not alert the user with a System Configuration
Mismatch fault on the Controller Fault Table. Refer to the section entitled CPU operation during System Configuration Mismatch
Faults in PACSystems RX7i and RX3i CPU Reference Manual, GFK-2222.
2 The PNS001 currently does not support Fault Reporting from this module.
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Catalog Number
Module Description
Distinguishing Classes 1
IC693MDL310
12 Circuit Output 120 Vac 0.5A
16 out
IC693MDL330
8 Circuit Output 120/240 Vac 2A
8 out
IC693MDL340
16 Circuit Output 120 Vac 0.5A
16 out
IC693MDL350
16 Circuit Output 120/240 Vac Isolated
16 out
IC693MDL390
5 Circuit Output 120/240 Vac 2A Isolated
8 out
IC693MDL730
8 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 2A Positive
8 out
IC693MDL731
8 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 2A Negative
8 out
IC693MDL732
8 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 0.5A Positive
8 out
IC693MDL733
8 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 0.5A Negative
8 out
IC693MDL734
6 Circuit Output 125 Vdc 1A Positive/Negative
8 out
IC693MDL740
16 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 0.5A Positive
16 out
IC693MDL741
16 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 0.5A Negative
16 out
IC693MDL742
16 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 1A Positive
16 out
IC693MDL748
8 Circuit Output 48 Vdc 0.5A Positive
8 out
IC693MDL752
32 Circuit Output 5/24 Vdc 0.5A Negative
32 out
IC693MDL753
32 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 0.5A Positive
32 out
IC693MDL754
32 Circuit Output 24 Vdc 0.75A Positive, Diagnostics Off
32 out
IC693MDL754
32 Circuit Output 24 Vdc 0.75A Positive, Diagnostics On
32 in/out
IC693MDL760
Solenoid Valve Output Module
16 out
IC693MDL916
16 Circuit Output 4A Relay
16 out
IC693MDL930
8 Circuit Output 4A Relay Isolated
8 out
IC693MDL931
8 Circuit Output Relay Form BC Isolated
8 out
IC693MDL940
16 Circuit Output 2A Relay
16 out
IC694MDL310
12 Circuit Output 120 Vac 0.5A
16 out
IC694MDL330
8 Circuit Output 120/240 Vac 2A
8 out
IC694MDL340
16 Circuit Output 120 Vac 0.5A
16 out
IC694MDL350
16 Circuit Output 120/240 Vac Isolated
none
IC694MDL390
5 Circuit Output 120/240 Vac 2A Isolated
8 out
IC694MDL732
8 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 2A Positive
8 out
IC694MDL734
6 Circuit Output 125 Vdc 1A Positive/Negative
8 out
IC694MDL740
16 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 0.5A Positive
16 out
IC694MDL741
16 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 1A Negative
16 out
IC694MDL742
16 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 1A Positive
16 out
IC694MDL752
32 Circuit Output 5/24 Vdc 0.5A Negative
32 out
IC694MDL753
32 Circuit Output 12/24 Vdc 0.5A Positive
32 out
IC694MDL754
32 Circuit Output with ESCP
none
IC694MDL916
16 Circuit Output 4A Relay
none
IC694MDL930
8 Circuit Output 4A Relay Isolated
8 out
IC694MDL931
8 Circuit Output Relay Form BC Isolated
8 out
IC694MDL940
16 Circuit Output 2A Relay
16 out
IC695MDL765
16 Circuit Smart Output 24/125 Vdc 2A Positive Logic2
none
Discrete Output Modules
Discrete Mixed Modules
IC693MAR590
8 Circuit Mixed 120 Vac Input / Relay Output
8 in/out
IC693MDR390
8 Circuit Mixed 24 Vdc Input / Relay Output
8 in/out
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Module Description
Distinguishing Classes 1
Analog Input Modules
IC693ALG220
4 Point Analog Voltage Input
ALG IN 4
IC693ALG221
4 Point Analog Current Input
ALG IN 4
IC693ALG222
16 Point Analog Voltage Input
ALG IN 16
IC693ALG223
16 Point Analog Current Input
ALG IN 16
IC694ALG220
4 Point Analog Voltage Input
ALG IN 4
IC694ALG221
4 Point Analog Current Input
ALG IN 4
IC694ALG222
16 Point Analog Voltage Input
ALG IN 16
IC694ALG223
16 Point Analog Current Input
ALG IN 16
IC695ALG112
12 Point Isolated Analog Current/Voltage Input 3
none
Module3
IC695ALG600
8 point Universal Analog Input
IC695ALG616
16 Point Analog Current / Voltage Input3
none
IC695ALG626
16 Point Analog Current / Voltage
Input3
IC693ALG390
2 Point Analog Voltage Output
ALG OUT 2
IC693ALG391
2 Point Analog Current Output
ALG OUT 2
IC693ALG392
8 Point Analog Current / Voltage Output
ALG OUT 8
IC694ALG390
2 Point Analog Voltage Output
ALG OUT 2
IC694ALG391
2 Point Analog Current Output
ALG OUT 2
IC694ALG392
8 Point Analog Current / Voltage Output
ALG OUT 8
IC695ALG708
8 Point Analog Current / Voltage Output3
none
IC695ALG728
8 Point Analog Current / Voltage Output3 (HART4 Support)
none
IC695ALG808
8 Point Isolated Analog Current / Voltage Output3
none
IC693ALG442
4 Input / 2 Output, Current / Voltage
ALG IN 4, ALG OUT 2
IC694ALG442
4 Input / 2 Output, Current / Voltage
ALG IN 4, ALG OUT 2
none
(HART 4
Support)
none
Analog Output Modules
Analog Mixed Modules
RTD Input Modules
IC695ALG508
8 Channel Isolated RTD
Input3
none
High-speed Counter Modules
IC695HSC308
High-speed Counter Module - 8 Counters3
IC694PSM001
Power Sync and Measurement Module
none
Specialty Modules
none
Power Supply Modules
IC695PSA040
Universal 120/240 Vac, 125Vdc 40W Power Supply
none
IC695PSA140
Multifunctional 120/240 Vac, 125Vdc 40W Power Supply
none
IC695PSD040
24Vdc 40W Power Supply
none
IC695PSD140
Multifunctional 24Vdc 40W Power Supply
none
3
PNS001 currently does not support Fault Reporting or Interrupts from this module.
4
PNS001 firmware version 2.30 supports the HART Pass Through capabilities of this module. HART-compatible PNC001 and CPU
versions are also required.
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Module Description
Distinguishing Classes 1
Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) Modules
IC695SPC100
10/100/1000Base-T Copper SFP
none
IC695SPF002
100Base-FX (fiber 2km) SFP
none
IC695SPF010
1000Base-LX (fiber 10km) SFP
none
IC695SPF550
1000Base-SX (fiber 550m) SFP
none
The RX3i PROFINET Scanner can be used in the following PACSystems backplanes:
Catalog Number
Backplane Type 5
IC695CHS007
7-Slot RX3i Universal Backplane
IC695CHS012
12-Slot RX3i Universal Backplane
IC695CHS016
16-Slot RX3i Universal Backplane
Release History
Version
Firmware
Revision
IC693PNS001-ABAH
2.30
May
2015
Added support for HART ® Pass Through feature set using HART-capable RX3i
Analog modules. Also added support for I/O Module Version information via
Explore PROFINET Networks in PME.
IC693PNS001-ABAG
2.20
Jun
2014
Added support for IC695ALG600 (Universal Analog Input Module) and
IC694PSM001 (Power and Sync Measurement Module).
IC695PNS001-ABAF
2.10
Apr
2014
Added support for IC695HSC308 (High-speed Counter – 8 Counters). Resolution
of ALG508, ALG616, and ALG708 modules larger configuration causing an IOC
Software - Module Firmware Fault when more than three were placed in a
PNS001 rack.
IC695PNS001-ABAE
2.00
Mar
2014
Added PROFINET System Redundancy (S2 NAP – supports Redundant
connections from two IO Controllers).
Resolution of PROFINET connection losses and RX3i PNS001 connection issues,
described below.
Added support for additional RX3i I/O modules (ALG112, ALG626 (No HART),
ALG728 (No HART), and ALG808)
IC695PNS001-ABAD
1.11
Nov
2013
Resolution to Analog Output Anomaly issue, described in PACSystems RX3i
PROFINET Scanner IPI, GFK-2738D.
IC695PNS001-ABAC
1.10
Jul
2013
Support for additional RX3i I/O modules (MDL664, MDL765, ALG508, ALG616,
ALG708).
IC695PNS001-ABAA
1.00
Jun
2013
Hardware update for improved manufacturability. No changes to features,
functions or compatibility
IC695PNS001-AAAA
1.00
Mar
2013
Initial release.
Date
Comments
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The PNS001 cannot distinguish between the different rack sizes. Choosing the wrong type will not generate a System
Configuration Mismatch fault on the Controller Fault Table.
®
HART® is a registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation of Austin, Texas USA. Any use of the term HART
hereafter in this document, or any document referenced by this document, implies the registered trademark.
RX3i PROFINET Scanner
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Important Product Information for this Release
Field Upgrade
Upgrade Kit:
41G1776-FW01-000-A7
When upgrading for HART functionality, the CPU and PNC001 must also be upgraded.
New Features and Enhancements
Subject
Description
Supports the HART Pass
Through feature
Support of PME Explore
PROFINET Networks
▪
HART-capable modules can communicate HART data via the PROFINET Scanner to
compatible asset management tools. Refer to the PACSystems HART Pass Through User
Manual, GFK-2929 for more details.
▪
The HART capable modules compatible with the PROFINET Scanner are IC695ALG626
and IC695ALG728. 6
I/O Module Firmware versions and Manufacturing data, where supplied by the I/O module,
are made available to PME.
Problems Resolved by this Revision
Subject
I/O Disabled on
Hot Insertion
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ID Code
SFDC
00249906
Description
When certain I/O modules are removed from the Universal Backplane controlled by the
PNS001, and are removed while power is applied and subsequently hot inserted, their I/O
remain disabled. This problem impacted the following modules and is resolved by this
release: IC693MDL250, IC693MDL260, IC693MDL350, IC693MDL660, IC693MDL754,
IC693MDL916, IC694MDL250, IC694MDL350, IC694MDL660, IC694MDL754, and
IC694MDL916.
If used, IC695ALG628 must be installed in the RX3i CPU Rack. At time of publication, it is not supported by PROFINET scanners
IC695PNS001 or IC695CEP001. Refer to IPIs for IC695PN001 or IC695CEP001 for future updates.
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Functional Compatibility
The following CPU firmware, programming software and backplane hardware versions are required to use the
features introduced in the most recent PNS001 release:
Controller CPU firmware
CPE330 Primary Firmware Release 8.50 or later
CPU315/CPU320 firmware version 8.50 or later
CPE305/CPE310 firmware version 8.50 or later
RXi Controller firmware version 7.80 7 or later
CRU320 Primary Firmware version 8.50
Programmer software
Proficy Machine Edition version 8.50 SIM 2 or later
GSDML Version
GSDML-V2.3-GEIP-RX3iPNS-20140917.xml
RX3i PROFINET Controller
IC695PNC001 with firmware version 2.20 or later
The following minimum backplane hardware revision must be used:
IC695CHS012-BAMP
IC695CHS016-BAMP
IC695CHS012CA-BAMP
IC695CHS016CA-BAMP
or
IC695CHS012-CA (or later)
IC695CHS016-CA (or later)
IC695CHS012CA-CA (or later)
IC695CHS016CA-CA (or later)
or
IC695CHS007-AA (or later)
When installing, operating, or maintaining the IC695PNS001, personnel must ensure
any electrostatic charge is discharged through the use of a grounded ESD strap or
other means.
RX3i backplane hardware
Small form-factor
pluggable modules
IC695SPC100A or later
IC695SPF002A or later
IC695SPF550A or later
IC695SPF010A or later
RX3i modules
For a complete list, refer to Supported Modules, Power Supplies and Backplanes.
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HART Pass Through feature not supported on RXi Controller. Refer to future RXi Controller IPI for updates.
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Restrictions and Open Issues in this Release
Subject
Description
PROFINET connection losses
with MRP enabled and I/O
update rates of 1 ms
Applications with MRP Ring network topologies and I/O Devices configured with I/O Update
Rates of 1 ms on either 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps may encounter PROFINET Connection Losses
of PROFINET I/O Devices during a ring-break event. Use of MRP with 1 ms I/O Update rates is
not recommended with this release. Refer to the section entitled Media Redundancy Protocol
Support in PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner Manual, GFK-2737 for details on
recommended MRP configurations.
Connecting Ethernet ports not
configured as ring ports to the
MRP ring may inhibit ringbreak detection
In order to insure correct MRP ring-break detection, it is important to connect the correct
Ethernet ports of the RX3i PNS001 to the MRP ring. The ports connected to the ring must be
the same ports configured as MRP Ring Ports. Failure to connect the configured ports will
prevent the PNS001 from correctly participating in the MRP ring, may inhibit ring-break
detection, and may result in losses of I/O Devices upon ring-break events. It is recommended
during system commissioning that the physical network connections be verified with the
system configuration for ring ports in system’s hardware configuration. Refer to the section
entitled Media Redundancy Protocol Support in PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner Manual,
GFK-2737 for details on recommended MRP configurations.
Operational Notes
Subject
Description
Invalid Module Configurations
will cause the respective RX3i
I/O module to fail
configuration
When the PNS001 rejects the configuration of an individual I/O module, that configuration is
not delivered to the I/O module, leaving the module in an un-configured state. In many
modules, this is indicated by the OK Led on the I/O Module blinking. In addition, I/O point
faults will be asserted for that module’s I/O. Correct the configuration of the I/O module and
store HWC again.
Refer to the section entitled RX3i PROFINET Scanner Configuration Validation in PACSystems
RX3i PROFINET Scanner Manual, GFK-2737.
For analog input and output modules that support alarms, the PNS001 limits alarm values to
the range specified by the High and Low Engineering Unit values. If the High and Low Scale
A/D Unit values are not the full range of the analog signal, runtime values reported in
Engineering Units may exceed the High or Low Engineering range. Alarms cannot be
configured for this range outside of the Engineering Units range.
Analog Modules do not
configure if Alarms are
outside High and Low Scale
Value Engineering Units.
For example, consider an input channel with Range Type as Voltage/Current and Range
selection of -10V to +10V, 16 bit Integer format. If High and Low Scale Eng Units are set to
8500 and -8500 and the High and Low Scale A/D Units are set to 8 and -8, the alarm range
will be limited to a range of -8500 to 8500. Analog input signals of -10V and +10V correspond
to Engineering Unit values of -10625 and 10625. To support alarm values at all possible
values of the analog signal, scaling values should be chosen such that the A/D Units are
specified as the high and low limits for the analog signal. In this example, the High and Low
Engineering units would be 10625 and -10625 with High and Low A/D Units of 10 and -10.
IOPS of power supplies do not
update when power supply is
switched off
The IOPS (status) of a power supply is marked good or bad at the start of each PROFINET I/O
connection. The IOPS is not updated when the power supply is turned on and off.
RX3i PNS001 allows firmware
update while connected to a
running PROFIENT I/O
Controller
The RX3i PNS001 does not prevent initiation of module Firmware Update through Winloader if
it is actively connected to an I/O Controller. Do not initiate Firmware Update of an RX3i
PNS001 until you have placed its controlling PROFINET I/O Controller into Stop mode (no
longer driving output and collecting inputs from the RX3i PNS001).
Port LED for Ethernet ports
configured to 100 Mbps may
briefly flash blue before
changing to green
During power-up, the Port LEDs of the RX3i PNS001 Ethernet ports configured for 100 Mbps
operation may briefly flash blue before turning green. The port remains configured for 100
Mbps operation during the power-up process and afterwards.
PROFINET Alarms are not
supported
PROFINET Alarms are not issued from the RX3i PNS001 in this release.
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Subject
Description
Some power supplies use two
backplane slots, but this is not
indicated in the change
module list interface of HWC
Note that the IC695PSA040 and IC695PSA140 each utilize two backplane slots, but are shown
using only one slot in the Change Module List interface for the RX3i PNS001. Configuring a
module for the already utilized slot will result in a Loss of I/O Module fault.
The PNS001 module is
supported only in certain
backplane slots.
The RX3i PROFINET Scanner module is configurable for use in Slot 1, Slot 2, and when installed
in the IC695CHS007 backplane, also Slot 6.
SFP modules do not support
hot swap
SFP modules do not support hot swap. This means that if an SFP module is hot-inserted into
the RX3i PNS001, no Fault Table entry will be logged and configuration parameters will not be
applied to the SFP until the RX3i PNS001 is power cycled. Until the RX3i PNS001 is power
cycled, the SFP will remain enabled and active with auto negotiation turned on.
I/O modules hot inserted
while an invalid configuration
is stored require re-insertion
or power cycle to recover
If an invalid configuration for an I/O module in the PNS001 is stored to the CPU, such as a
default value outside the engineering units range, and the I/O module using that
configuration is hot inserted in the PNS001, the hot insertion process fails. No Addition of I/O
Module fault is generated and the module is left at its default operation. The configuration of
that module will not be retried until the module is re-inserted or the PNS001 rack is power
cycled, even if the configuration is corrected in the CPU.
RX3i PNS001 power-up time
may vary
Some RX3i PNS001 units may restart part way through the power up sequence adding delay
to when the RX3i PNS001 OK LED turns on and the RX3i PNS001 is ready to control I/O. This is
on the order of 10-40 seconds.
RX3i PNS001 Firmware update
may fail on first attempt
Due to the variability of the power-up time, a firmware update of the RX3i PNS001 using
Winloader may fail on its first attempt and leave the RX3i PNS001 in bootloader mode with
the OK, LAN, STATUS LEDs blinking. Retry the Winloader a second time to continue the
firmware update.
Additional Information
For additional information, please refer to the manuals listed below. Manuals can be downloaded from the support
website, http://support.ge-ip.com.
PACSystems RX7i & RX3i CPU Reference Manual
PACSystems RX7i & RX3i CPU Programmer’s Reference Manual
PACSystems HSB Hot Standby CPU Redundancy User’s Manual
PACSystems RX3i High-speed Counter Modules User Manual
PACSystems RX3i PROFINET I/O Controller Manual
PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Controller Command Line Interface Manual
PACSystems RX3i PROFINET Scanner Manual
PACSystems RX3i CEP PROFINET Scanner User Manual
PROFINET I/O Devices Secure Deployment Guide
PACSystems HART Pass Through User Manual
GFK-2222
GFK-2950
GFK-2308
GFK-2441
GFK-2571
GFK-2572
GFK-2737
GFK-2883
GFK-2904
GFK-2929
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