Quantum with Unity Pro - Experts and Communication

Quantum with Unity Pro - Experts and Communication
Quantum with Unity Pro
35010574 10/2013
Quantum with Unity Pro
Experts and Communication
Reference Manual
35010574.10
10/2013
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Table of Contents
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the Book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part I Software Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 1 Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mapping a Local Quantum I/O Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Open the Parameter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 2 Quantum Addressing Modes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flat Addressing—800 Series I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Topological Addressing—800 Series I/O Modules with Unity . . . . . . .
IODDT Addressing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quantum IODDTs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addressing Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Discrete I/O Bit Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O Module Status Byte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part II Quantum Remote I/O (RIO) Modules . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 3 140 CRP 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module
(single channel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 4 140 CRP 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module (dual
channel). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 5 140 CRA 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module
(single channel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 6 140 CRA 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module (dual
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Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 7 140 NRP 954 00: Fiber Optic Repeater Module
(Multimode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Indicators and Diagnostic Relay Behavior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 8 140 NRP 954 01C: Fiber Optic Repeater Module
(Single-mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Indicators and Diagnostic Relay Behavior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part III Quantum Distributed I/O (DIO) Drop Modules. . .
Chapter 9 Software Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring a Quantum DIO Drop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 10 140 CRA 211 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC
(single channel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 11 140 CRA 212 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC (dual
channel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 13 140 CRA 212 20: DIO Drop Module 24 VDC (dual
channel). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part IV Modbus Plus Network Option Modules (NOM) . .
Chapter 14 140 NOM 211 00: Modbus Plus Option Module . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 15 140 NOM 212 00: Modbus Plus Option Module . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 16 140 NOM 252 00: Modbus Plus Option Module
10Base-FL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fiber Optic Cable Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part V Quantum Ethernet Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 17 140 NOE xxx xx: Ethernet Module General Overview .
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modicon Quantum Ethernet Modules Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators for Ethernet Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 18 140 NOE 211 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-T Ethernet Module .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 19 140 NOE 251 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 20 140 NOE 311 00: SY/MAX 10Base-T Ethernet Module
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 21 140 NOE 351 00: SY/MAX 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 22 140 NOE 771 00: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 23 140 NOE 771 01: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 24 140 NOE 771 10: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet
Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 25 140 NOE 771 11: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet
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Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Ethernet Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part VI Quantum Field Bus Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 27 140 EIA 921 00: AS-i Master Communication Module.
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part VII Quantum Special Purpose / Intelligent Modules .
Chapter 28 140 HLI 340 00: High Speed Latch and Interrupt
Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addressing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 29 140 EHC 202 00: High Speed Counter Module. . . . . . .
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controlling and Timing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Conditions and Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addressing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O Map and Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Information
Important Information
NOTICE
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with the device
before trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The following special messages may appear
throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call attention
to information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
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PLEASE NOTE
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by qualified
personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of
the use of this material.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation
of electrical equipment and its installation, and has received safety training to recognize and avoid
the hazards involved.
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About the Book
At a Glance
Document Scope
This document is the reference for the networking, communication and special purpose modules
of the Quantum automation system with Unity Pro.
Validity Note
This document is valid from Unity Pro V8.0.
Product Related Information
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
The application of this product requires expertise in the design and programming of control
systems. Only persons with such expertise should be allowed to program, install, alter, and apply
this product.
Follow all local and national safety codes and standards.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment
damage.
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Software Configuration
Software Configuration
Introduction
This part provides information on the Software Configuration of the networking and
intelligent/special purpose modules.
What Is in This Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
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1
Module Configuration
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2
Quantum Addressing Modes
19
13
Software Configuration
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Module Configuration
Module Configuration
Purpose
This chapter provides information on software configuration of the module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Mapping a Local Quantum I/O Station
16
Open the Parameter Configuration
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Mapping a Local Quantum I/O Station
Overview
Use the following dialog to map an existing local Quantum I/O station with a new module.
Inserting a module (local)
This table shows the steps required for inserting a module in a local station.
Step
16
Action
1
Call the Bus Editor
2
Mark a free slot in the local station (left mouse button)
3
Move the mouse pointer over the marked slot
4
Click on the right mouse button
Result: A shortcut menu is opened
5
Select New Device
Result: A dialog window opens that displays available modules
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Select the desired module from the respective category in the Hardware catalog.
Result: The new module is inserted in the empty slot on the local station.
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Open the Parameter Configuration
Overview
The following dialog box enables you to call the parameter configuration for a module.
An explanation of the individual parameters can be found in the respective module chapters.
Open the Parameter Configuration
This table shows the steps required to open the parameter configuration.
Step
18
Action
1
Call the Bus Editor
2
Select the module
3
Click on the right mouse button
Result: A shortcut menu is opened
4
Select Open Module
Result: The module opens with the parameter configuration window
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Quantum Addressing Modes
Quantum Addressing Modes
Purpose
This chapter provides information on the three different modes Unity Pro allows to address the I/O
data from a Quantum I/O module:
 Flat Addressing
 Topological Addressing
 IODDT Addressing
NOTE: Topological addresses overlapping (%IWr.m.c) is not supported by Quantum application,
use flat addressing (%IWx) when memory overlapping control is needed.
NOTE: The different addressing modes refer to the same physical location in the PLC memory for
a given data point.
While Flat Addressing and Topological Addressing are available for all Quantum I/O modules,
IODDTs are only provided for modules that deliver information in addition to the I/O values (e.g.
errors or warnings).
Also provided is information about I/O module status bytes and bit order.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Flat Addressing—800 Series I/O Modules
20
Topological Addressing—800 Series I/O Modules with Unity
21
IODDT Addressing
22
Quantum IODDTs
23
Addressing Example
25
Discrete I/O Bit Numbering
26
I/O Module Status Byte
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Flat Addressing—800 Series I/O Modules
Introduction
800 series I/O modules follow a system of flat address mapping in Unity Pro. To work properly.
each module requires a determinate number of bits and/or words. The IEC addressing system is
equivalent to the 984LL register addressing. Use the following assignments:




0x is now %Mx
1x is now %Ix
3x is now %IWx
4x is now %MWx
The following table shows the relationship between 984LL notation and IEC notation.
Outputs and
Inputs
984LL Notation
Register
Addresses
IEC Notation
System Bits
and Words
Memory
Addresses
I/O Addresses
output
0x
System Bit
%Mx
%Qx
input
1x
System Bit
%Ix
%Ix
input
3x
System Word
%IWx
%IWx
output
4x
System Word
%MWx
%QWx
To access the I/O data of a module,
Step
Action
1
Enter the address range in the configuration screen.
Examples
The following examples show the relationship between 984LL register addressing and IEC
addressing:
000001 is now %M1
100101 is now %I101
301024 is now %IW1024
400010 is now %MW10
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Topological Addressing—800 Series I/O Modules with Unity
Accessing I/O Data Values
Use topological addressing to access I/O data items. Identify the topological location of the module
within an 800 series I/O module with Unity Pro using the following notation:
%<Exchangetype><Objecttype>[\b.e\]r.m.c[.rank]
where:





b = bus
e = equipment (drop)
r = rack
m = module slot
c = channel
NOTE: When addressing,
1. The [\b.e\] defaults to \1.1\ in a local rack and does not need to be specified.
2. The rank is an index used to identify different properties of an object with the same data type
(value, warning level, error level).
3. The rank numbering is zero-based, and if the rank is zero, omit the entry.
For detailed information on I/O variables, please refer to the Unity Pro Reference Manual.
Reading Values: An Example
To read
Action
input value (rank = 0) from channel 7 of an analog module
located in slot 6 of a local rack:
Enter
%IW1.6.7[.0]
input value (rank = 0) from channel 7 of an analog module
located in drop 3 of RIO bus 2:
Enter
%IW\2.3\1.6.7[.0]
’out of range’ value (rank = 1) from channel 7 of an analog
module located in slot 6 of a local rack:
Enter
%I1.6.7.1[.0]
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IODDT Addressing
IODDT Addressing
An IODDT allows all information (bits and registers) related to a channel to be handled through a
user-defined variable. This variable is defined in the Unity Pro data editor by selecting the
appropriate IODDT for the module as a data type and specifying the topological address of the
module using the following syntax:
%CH[\b.e\]r.m.c
where:





b = bus
e = equipment (drop)
r = rack
m = module slot
c = channel
Here is an example of an IODDT for a thermocouple input module in slot 4 of a local rack:
Variables in the User Program
You can access all information related to channel 1 of the module using the following variables:
 My_Temp_Point1.VALUE for the measured value
 My_Temp_Point1.ERROR indicating an out-of-range condition
 My_Temp_Point1.WARNING indicating an over-range condition
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Introduction
Unity Pro provides a couple of IODDTs which are either generic and can be used for several I/O
modules or belong to one specific module.
NOTE: Deviating from the general description of the data types in the Direct Addressing Data
Instances chapter in the Unity Pro Reference Manual, in Quantum IODDTs for analog modules and
expert modules the data type Bool is used for %I and %Q.
T_ANA_IN_VE
T_ANA_IN_VE is used with all channels of the following I/O modules:
ACI 030 00
 AII 330 10
 ACI 040 00
 ACI 040 00

IODDT for analog input modules supporting Value and Error
Object
Symbol
Rank
Description
%IW
VALUE
0
Input value
%I
ERROR
1
Input error
T_ANA_IN_VWE
T_ANA_IN_VWE is used with all channels of the following I/O modules:
ARI 030 10,
 AVI 030 00
 ATI 030 00
 AII 330 00
and
 Channels 3 and 4 of AMM 090 00

IODDT for analog input modules supporting Value, Warning and Error
Object
Symbol
Rank
Description
%IW
VALUE
0
Input value
%I
ERROR
1
Input error
%I
WARNING
2
Input warning
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T_ANA_BI_VWE
T_ANA_BI_VWE is used with the following I/O modules:
Channels 1 and 2 of AMM 090 00

IODDT for bidirectional analog modules supporting Value, Warning and Error
Object
Symbol
Rank
Description
%IW
VALUE_IN
0
Input value
%QW
VALUE_OUT
0
Output value
%I
ERROR_IN
1
Input error
%I
WARNING
2
Input warning
%I
ERROR_OUT
3
Output error
T_CNT_105
T_CNT_105 is used with all channels of the following I/O modules:
EHC 105

Specific IODDT for high speed counter module EHC 105
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Object
Symbol
Rank
Description
%IW
VALUE_L
1
Input value: Low word
%IW
VALUE_H
2
Input value: High word
%I
ERROR
1
Error in Counter
%I
SP_FINAL
2
Final Set Point signal
%I
SP_FIRST
3
First Set Point signal
%I
SP_SECOND
4
Second Set Point signal
%QW
STOP_VALUE
1
For CNT_DIR="0", final set point
value
%QW
INITIAL_VALUE
2
For CNT_R="1", initial set point value
%Q
LS
1
"1", Counter load/start (controlled by
the rising edge)
%Q
RSTART
2
"1", Counter restart (controlled by the
rising edge)
%Q
OUT_OFF
3
"1", Counter output switch-off
%Q
CNT_DIR
4
"0" Counter counts up
"1" Counter counts down
%Q
OM1
5
Operating Mode bit 1
%Q
OM2
6
Operating Mode bit 2
%Q
OM3
7
Operating Mode bit 3
%Q
OM4
8
Operating Mode bit 4
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Comparing the 3 Addressing Modes
The following example compares the 3 possible addressing modes. An 8-channel thermocouple
140 ATI 030 00 module with the following configuration data is used:



mounted in slot 5 of the CPU rack (local rack)
starting input address is 201 (input word %IW201)
end input address is 210 (input word %IW210)
To access the I/O data from the module you can use the following syntax:
Module data
Flat
Addressing
Topological IODDT Addressing
Addressing
Concept
Addressing
Channel 3
temperature
%IW203
%IW1.5.3
My_Temp.VALUE
300203
Channel 3
out of range
%IW209.5
%I1.5.3.1
My_Temp.ERROR
300209
Bit 5 to be
extracted by user
logic
Channel 3
range warning
%IW209.13
%I1.5.3.2
My_Temp.WARNING
300209
Bit 13 to be
extracted by user
logic
Module internal
temperature
%IW210
%IW1.5.10
not accessible through 300210
IODDT
NOTE: For the IODDT the data type T_ANA_IN_VWE is used and the variable My_Temp with the
address %CH1.5.10 was defined.
For comparison, the register addressing as used with Concept is added in the last column. As
Concept does not support direct addressing of a bit in a word, the bit extraction has to be performed
in the user program.
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Discrete I/O Bit Numbering
Introduction
The numbering of channels of an I/O module usually starts with 1 and counts up to the maximum
number of supported channels. The software however starts numbering with a 0 for the least
significant bit in a word (LSB). The Quantum I/O modules have their lowest channel mapped to the
most significant bit (MSB).
The following figure shows the mapping of I/O channels related to the bits in a word:.
Word Addressing Versus Bit Addressing
Mainly discrete I/O modules can be configured to deliver their I/O data either in word format or in
bit format. This can be selected during configuration by selecting either %IW (%MW) or %I (%M). If
you need to access a single bit from an I/O module configured to use an I/O word, you can use the
syntax %word.bit. The following table gives you the connection between I/O point number and
the associated I/O address in bit and word addressing.
The table shows a 32-point input module in the main rack, slot 4 configured with starting address
%I1 or %IW1:
I/O
channel
Bit address
(flat
addressing)
Bit address
(topological
addressing)
Bit address
extracted from
word
(flat addressing)
Bit address
extracted from
word
(topological
addressing)
1
%I1
%I1.4.1[.0]
%IW1.15
%IW1.4.1.1.15
2
%I2
%I1.4.2[.0]
%IW1.14
%IW1.4.1.1.14
3
%I3
%I1.4.3[.0]
%IW1.13
%IW1.4.1.1.13
15
%I15
%I1.4.15[.0]
%IW1.1
%IW1.4.1.1.1
16
%I16
%I1.4.16[.0]
%IW1.0
%IW1.4.1.1.0
17
%I17
%I1.4.17[.0]
%IW2.15
%IW1.4.1.2.15
18
%I18
%I1.4.18[.0]
%IW2.14
%IW1.4.1.2.14
•••
•••
26
31
%I31
%I1.4.31[.0]
%IW2.1
%IW1.4.1.2.1
32
%I32
%I1.4.32[.0]
%IW2.0
%IW1.4.1.2.0
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Addressing Module Status Data
In addition to possible channel related diagnostics data, a module related status byte may be used.
The status information of all modules in a drop is administered by a table of %IW words. The starting
address of this table can be entered in the configuration screen for the drop.
This information is not accessible through topological addressing.
NOTE: The status information is only available if the module supports a status byte. For the
meaning of the status byte, check the module descriptions.
Example of a drop configuration screen with the starting address of the status table set to 100:
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The following illustration shows how one word of the table conveys the status information for two
modules:
Example
The following example shows a rack and the corresponding I/O status bytes displayed in an
animation table. The drop is configured to start at word %IW100 and allocates 16 words. This
represents the local and expansion rack, and assumes they are 16 slot racks.
If a module does not have have a status byte associated with the module or the slot is empty, then
the byte = 0.
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Rack configuration and animation table:
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Relation between slot, input word and status byte. The byte related to the module is marked:
Slot
Input
Word
Value
Module
1
%IW[0]
0
power supply
no status byte
0
CPU
no status byte
2#1000_0000_0000_0000
CPU
no status byte
2#1000_0000_0000_0000
AVI
At least one
channel is not
operating correctly.
2#0000_0000_0000_1111
ATI
Channels 1 ... 4
are not operating
correctly.
2#0000_0000_0000_1111
140 CRP 93• 00
no status byte
NOTE: If you install 2#1101_1110_0000_0000
a 140 CRP 312 00
remote I/O head
module on the
local rack instead
of a
140 CRP 93• 00
module, then:
140 CRP 312 00
CRP status byte1
2
3
%IW[1]
4
5
%IW[2]
6
7
%IW[3]
8
9
10
%IW[4]
Module
0
empty
0
empty
2#0000_0000_0011_1111
DDO
All channels are
not operating
correctly.
2#0000_0000_0011_1111
XBE
no status byte
•••
1
If you install a 140 CRP 312 00 remote I/O head module on the local rack instead of a
140 CRP 93• 00 module, the status byte is the ETH_STATUS detailed in the Device DDT Names
topic in the Quantum EIO Remote I/O Modules Installation and Configuration Guide.
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Quantum Remote I/O (RIO) Modules
Quantum Remote I/O (RIO) Modules
Introduction
This part provides information on the following Quantum RIO modules:
RIO Module
Drop Location
Communication Channels
Bus Current
Required
140 CRA 931 00
Remote (Drop)
1
600 mA
140 CRA 932 00
Remote (Drop)
2
750 mA
140 CRP 931 00
Local (Head)
1
600 mA
750 mA
140 CRP 932 00
Local (Head)
2
140 NRP 954 00
Local (Head) or
Remote (Drop)
2, multimode fiber optic
700 mA
(ST type); 1 coaxial (F type)
140 NRP 954 01C
Local (Head) or
Remote (Drop)
2, single-mode fiber optic
750 mA
(LC type); 1 coaxial (F type)
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, Modicon Remote
I/O Cable System Planning and Installation Guide
What Is in This Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
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140 CRP 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module (single channel)
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4
140 CRP 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module (dual channel)
39
5
140 CRA 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module (single channel)
45
6
140 CRA 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module (dual channel)
51
7
140 NRP 954 00: Fiber Optic Repeater Module (Multimode)
57
8
140 NRP 954 01C: Fiber Optic Repeater Module (Single-mode)
77
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140 CRP 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module (single channel)
140 CRP 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module (single
channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRP 931 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
34
Indicators
35
Error Codes
36
Specifications
38
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Presentation
Function
The Remote I/O Head single channel modules are installed in the same backplane as the system
controlling CPU modules. The RIO head is used to transfer data bi-directionally between the CPU
and RIO drop modules installed in separate backplanes. A coaxial cable network is used to
interconnect the RIO head module and one or more RIO drop modules.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Remote I/O (RIO) module’s parts.
1
2
3
4
5
6
LED Area
RIO Coax Connector
Version Label
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
NOTE: To mantain CE compliance with the European Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC), the RIO
head module must be connected using quad shielded cable (see the Remote I/O Cable System
Planning and Installation Guide).
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Illustration
The following figure shows the LED indicators for the RIO Head module.
Description
The following table shows the LED descriptions for the RIO Head module.
LEDS
Color
Indication When On
Ready
Green
The module has passed powerup diagnostics.
Com Act
Green
The module is communicating on the RIO network (see the
following table for LED error codes).
Error A
Red
There is a loss of communication on Channel A with one or
more of the drops.
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Error Codes Table
The Blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Head module table show the number of times
the Com Act LED on the RIO Head module blinks for each type of error and the crash codes for
each (all codes are in hex).
The following table shows the blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Head module.
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Number of Blinks
Code
Error
Slow (steady)
0000
Requested Kernal Mode
2
6820
hcb frame pattern error
6822
head cntrl blk diag error
6823
mod personality diag error
682A
fatal start I/O error
682B
bad read I/O pers request
682C
bad execute diag request
6840
ASCII input xfer state
6841
ASCII output xfer state
6842
I/O input comm. state
6843
I/O output comm. state
6844
ASCII abort comm. state
6845
ASCII pause comm. state
6846
ASCII input comm. state
6847
ASCII output comm. state
6849
building 10 byte packet
684A
building 12 byte packet
684B
building 16 byte packet
684C
illegal I/O drop number
3
6729
984 interface bus ack stuck high
4
6616
coax cable initialization error
6617
coax cable dma xfer error
6619
coax cable dumped data error
681A
coax cable DRQ line hung
681C
coax cable DRQ hung
5
6503
RAM address test error
6
6402
RAM data test error
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6300
6301
PROM checksum error
8
8001
Kernal PROM checksum error
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8002
Flash prog / erase error
8003
Unexpected executive return
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Bus Current required
600 mA
Power Dissipation
(Typical)
3W
Maximum Number of
CRPs supported by the
controller
1
Drop Type
Quantum
200 Series
500 Series or
SY/MAX (any mix)
Drops
31 max
Words/Drop
64 In / 64 Out
ASCII
2 ports/drop, 32 ports (16 drops) max
Requires the use of:
AS-P892-000
AS-J892-101/102 or
AS-J290-0X0 at the RIO drops
Connection / Transmission
Connection / Transmission
Coax Termination
Internal 75 ohms
Coax Shield
Tied to chassis ground
Data Transfer Rate
1.544 Mb
Dynamic Range
35 dB
External Connections
One "F" type female connector with a right angle adapter
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
38
Power Up
Dual Port Memory Check
LAN Controller Check
Runtime
Executive Checksum
RAM Address/Data
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140 CRP 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module (dual channel)
140 CRP 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Head Module (dual
channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRP 932 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
40
Indicators
41
Error Codes
42
Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The Remote I/O Head dual channel modules are installed in the same backplane as the system
controlling CPU modules. The RIO head is used to transfer data bi-directionally between the CPU
and RIO drop modules installed in separate backplanes. A coaxial cable network is used to
interconnect the RIO head module and one or more RIO drop modules.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Remote I/O (RIO) module’s parts.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
LED Area
RIO Coax Connector (Channel A)
RIO Coax Connector (Channel B)
Version Label
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
NOTE: To mantain CE compliance with the European Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC), the RIO
head module must be connected using quad shielded cable (see the Remote I/O Cable System
Planning and Installation Guide).
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Illustration
The following figure shows the LED indicators for the RIO Head module.
Description
The following table shows the LED descriptions for the RIO Head module.
LEDS
Color
Indication When On
Ready
Green
The module has passed powerup diagnostics.
Com Act
Green
The module is communicating on the RIO network (see the
following table for LED error codes).
Error A
Red
There is a loss of communication on Channel A with one or
more of the drops.
Error B
Red
There is a loss of communication on Channel B with one or
more of the drops
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Error Codes Table
The Blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Head module table show the number of times
the Com Act LED on the RIO Head module blinks for each type of error and the crash codes for
each (all codes are in hex).
The following table shows the blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Head module.
42
Number of Blinks
Code
Error
Slow (steady)
0000
Requested Kernal Mode
2
6820
hcb frame pattern error
6822
head cntrl blk diag error
6823
mod personality diag error
682A
fatal start I/O error
682B
bad read I/O pers request
682C
bad execute diag request
6840
ASCII input xfer state
6841
ASCII output xfer state
6842
I/O input comm. state
6843
I/O output comm. state
6844
ASCII abort comm. state
6845
ASCII pause comm. state
6846
ASCII input comm. state
6847
ASCII output comm. state
6849
building 10 byte packet
684A
building 12 byte packet
684B
building 16 byte packet
684C
illegal I/O drop number
3
6729
984 interface bus ack stuck high
4
6616
coax cable initialization error
6617
coax cable dma xfer error
6619
coax cable dumped data error
681A
coax cable DRQ line hung
681C
coax cable DRQ hung
5
6503
RAM address test error
6
6402
RAM data test error
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6300
PROM checksum error (Exec not loaded)
6301
PROM checksum error
8
8001
Kernal PROM checksum error
8002
Flash prog / erase error
8003
Unexpected executive return
NOTE: Error codes are available in the File and Device info screen (Crash Code field (see Unity
Pro, OSLoader, User Manual)) when using OS Loader.
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Bus Current required
600 mA
Power Dissipation
(Typical)
3W
Maximum Number of
CRPs supported by the
controller
1
Drop Type
Quantum
200 Series
500 Series
800 Series or
SY/MAX (any mix)
Drops
31 max
Words/Drop
64 In / 64 Out
ASCII
2 ports/drop, 32 ports (16 drops) max
Requires the use of:
AS-P892-000
AS-J892-101/102 or
AS-J290-0X0 at the RIO drops
Connection / Transmission
Connection / Transmission
Coax Termination
Internal 75 ohms
Coax Shield
Tied to chassis ground
Data Transfer Rate
1.544 Mb
Dynamic Range
35 dB
External Connections
Two "F" type female connector with a right angle adapter
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
44
Power Up
Dual Port Memory Check
LAN Controller Check
Runtime
Executive Checksum
RAM Address/Data
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Chapter 5
140 CRA 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module (single channel)
140 CRA 931 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module (single
channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRA 931 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
46
Indicators
48
Error Codes
49
Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The Remote I/O Drop Single Channel modules are used to transfer data bi-directionally over a
coaxial cable network between I/O modules installed in the same (RIO drop) backplane and the
RIO head installed in the CPU backplane.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Remote I/O (RIO) module’s parts.
1
2
3
4
5
6
LED Area
RIO Coax Connector
Version Label
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
NOTE: To maintain CE compliance with the European Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC), the RIO
Head module must be connected using quad shielded cable (see the Remote I/O Cable System
Planning and Installation Guide).
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Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches are located on the rear panel of the RIO Drop Modules and are used for setting
RIO drop addresses (refer to the illustration and table below).
SW1 (top switch) sets the upper digit (tens); SW2 (bottom switch) sets the lower digit (ones). The
illustration below shows the correct setting for an example address of 11.
Rear Panel Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 top and SW2 bottom switches.
SW1 and SW2 Switches Table
The following table shows the node addresses of the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node Address
SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 32
3
0 ... 2
NOTE: Only addresses from 2 to 32 are valid
If "0" or an address greater than 32 is selected, the RIO module displays a flashing "Error A"- and
"Error B"-LED.
With Address "1" you don’t have flashing "Error A"- and "Error B"-LED.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the LED indicators for the Drop module.
Description
The following table shows the RIO Drop module LED descriptions.
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LEDS
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed power-up diagnostics.
Com Act
Green
The module is communicating on the RIO network (see the
following table for LED error codes).
Fault
Red
Unable to communicate with one or more I/O modules.
Error A
Red
Communication error on Channel A.
Error B
Red
In combination with "Error A" to indicate an invalid Node
address.
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Error Codes
Error Codes Table
Blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Drop module table show the number of times the
Com Act LED on the RIO Drop module blinks for each type of error and the crash codes for each
(all codes are in hex).
The following table shows the blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Drop module.
Number of Blinks
Code
Description of Error
3
6701H
ASIC test failure
4
6601H
power down interrupt
6602H
82588 lan chip test error
6603H
receive abort timeout
6604H
transmission loop timeout
6605H
transmission DMA error
6606H
cable a initialization error
6607H
cable a DMA xfer error
6608H
cable b DMA xfer error
6609H
cable a dumped data error
660AH
cable a DRQ line hung
660BH
cable b DRQ line hung
660CH
cable a or b DRQ hung
660DH
power-up lan controller error
5
6501H
RAM address test error
6
6401H
RAM data test error
7
6301H
PROM checksum error
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General Specifications
General Specifications
Bus Current required
600 mA
Power Dissipation
(Typical)
3W
I/O Type
Quantum
Modules/Drop
14 max.
28 max. with Backplane expander (XBE)
Words/Drop
64 IN / 64 OUT
Holdup Time
Software configurable
NOTE: You can specify a monitoring time of 3 - 65 535 in this text box. With communication
interruptions with the remote processor, the output modules will maintain their last operating
condition during that time. Once the monitoring time has expired, the output modules will reset to
their default timeout status. The monitoring time does not influence input modules. The CPU will
immediately set the input value to zero.
Connection / Transmission
Connection / Transmission
Coax Termination
Internal 75 ohms
Coax Shield
Capacitor to ground
Data Transfer Rate
1.544 Mb
Dynamic Range
35 dB
External Connections
One "F" type female connector with a right angle adapter
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
50
Power Up
Runtime
Dual Port Memory Check
LAN Controller Check
Executive Checksum
RAM Address/Data
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Chapter 6
140 CRA 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module (dual channel)
140 CRA 932 00: Remote I/O (RIO) Drop Module (dual
channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRA 932 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
52
Indicators
54
Error Codes
55
Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The Remote I/O Drop dual Channel modules are used to transfer data bi-directionally over a
coaxial cable network between I/O modules installed in the same (RIO drop) backplane and the
RIO head installed in the CPU backplane.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Remote I/O (RIO) module’s parts.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
LED Area
RIO Coax Connector (Channel A)
RIO Coax Connector (Channel B)
Version Label
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
NOTE: To maintain CE compliance with the European Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC), the RIO
Head module must be connected using quad shielded cable (see the Remote I/O Cable System
Planning and Installation Guide).
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Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches are located on the rear panel of the RIO Drop Modules and are used for setting
RIO drop addresses (refer to the illustration and table below).
SW1 (top switch) sets the upper digit (tens); SW2 (bottom switch) sets the lower digit (ones). The
illustration below shows the correct setting for an example address of 11.
Rear Panel Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 top and SW2 bottom switches.
SW1 and SW2 Switches Table
The following table shows the node addresses of the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node Address
SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 32
3
0 ... 2
NOTE: Only addresses from 2 to 32 are valid
If "0" or an address greater than 32 is selected, the RIO module displays a flashing "Error A"- and
"Error B"- LED.
With address “1” you don’t have flashing “Error A”- and “Error B”- LED.
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Illustration
The following figure shows the LED indicators for the Drop module:
Description
The following table shows the RIO Drop module LED descriptions:
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LEDS
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed power-up diagnostics.
Com Act
Green
The module is communicating on the RIO network (see the
following table for LED error codes).
Fault
Red
Unable to communicate with one or more I/O modules.
This LED appears also when CRA is in bad position.
Error A
Red
Communication error on Channel A.
Error B
Red
Communication error on Channel B.
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Error Codes Table
Blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Drop module table show the number of times the
Com Act LED on the RIO Drop module blinks for each type of error and the crash codes for each
(all codes are in hex).
The following table shows the blinking Com Act LED error codes for the RIO Drop module.
Number of Blinks
Code
Description of Error
3
6701H
ASIC test failure
4
6601H
power down interrupt
6602H
82588 lan chip test error
6603H
receive abort timeout
6604H
transmission loop timeout
6605H
transmission DMA error
6606H
cable a initialization error
6607H
cable a DMA xfer error
6608H
cable b DMA xfer error
6609H
cable a dumped data error
660AH
cable a DRQ line hung
660BH
cable b DRQ line hung
660CH
cable a or b DRQ hung
660DH
power-up lan controller error
5
6501H
RAM address test error
6
6401H
RAM data test error
7
6301H
PROM checksum error
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General Specification
General Specification
Bus Current required
750 mA
Power Dissipation
(Typical)
3.8 W
I/O Type
Quantum
Modules/Drop
14 max.
28 max. with Backplane expander (XBE)
Words/Drop
64 IN / 64 OUT
Holdup Time
Software configurable
NOTE: You can specify a monitoring time of 3 - 65 535 in this text box. With communication
interruptions with the remote processor, the output modules will maintain their last operating
condition during that time. Once the monitoring time has expired, the output modules will reset to
their default timeout status. The monitoring time does not influence input modules. The CPU will
immediately set the input values to zero.
Connection / Transmission
Connection / Transmission
Coax Termination
Internal 75 ohms
Coax Shield
Capacitor to ground
Data Transfer Rate
1.544 Mb
Dynamic Range
35 dB
External Connections
Two "F" type female connector with a right angle adapter
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
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Power Up
Runtime
Dual Port Memory Check
LAN Controller Check
Executive Checksum
RAM Address/Data
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Chapter 7
140 NRP 954 00: Fiber Optic Repeater Module (Multimode)
140 NRP 954 00: Fiber Optic Repeater Module (Multimode)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NRP 954 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
58
LED Indicators and Diagnostic Relay Behavior
61
Module Connections
63
General Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The 140 NRP 954 00 fiber optical repeater module provides communication between two or more
RIO nodes or segments of networks over a multimode fiber optic medium. Each repeater contains
one electrical RIO interface and two fiber optic transceivers.
Illustration
The following figure shows the 140 NRP 954 00 (NRP) module parts.
1
2
3
4
5
58
Version label
Model number, module description, color code
LED area
Removable door
Customer identification label (Fold label and place it inside door)
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7
8
9
10
11
Diagnostic relay port
Electrical coaxial port (“F” type connector)
Transmitter optical fiber port - FPort 1 Tx (ST type connector)
Receiver optical fiber port - FPort 1 Rx (ST type connector)
Receiver optical fiber port - FPort 2 Rx (ST type connector)
Transmitter optical fiber port - FPort 2 Tx (ST type connector)
Diagnostic Relay Port
A normally closed relay contact, rated at 220 Vac 6 A or 30 Vdc 5 A, is available on the terminals
of the diagnostic relay port via its connector. This allows to use the diagnostic relay behavior
(see page 62) in the application.
The following figure shows the 2 terminals of the diagnostic relay connector:
Electrical Coaxial Port
The 140 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeater module is equipped with an electrical coaxial RIO
interface using an "F"-style connector. In order to maintain bend radius tolerance on coaxial cable
the electrical coaxial port is equipped with a right-angle F adapter.
The electrical coaxial port has the same network connections, specifications and restrictions as
other remote I/O devices, and must be treated accordingly. See the Remote I/O Cable System
Planning and Installation Guide for information regarding planning your network configuration as
well as the installation of the network electrical coaxial cable.
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CAUTION
CONNECTIVITY COMPLIANCE
To maintain CE compliance with the European Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC), the
140 NRP 954 00 module must be connected using quad shielded cable (see the Remote I/O
Cable System Planning and Installation Guide).
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
Optical Ports
The 140 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeater module is equipped with two optical ports (FPort1 and
FPort2). One pair of fiber optic cables are connected to one fiber optic port using two low-loss
industrial ST-type connectors (one for the transmitter signal (Tx) and one for the receiver signal
(Rx)).
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LED Indicators and Diagnostic Relay Behavior
Illustration
The following figure shows the LED indicators for the 140 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeater module:
LED Indicators
The following table describes the status LEDs of the 140 NRP 954 00 module:
LED
Color
Ready
Green
ComAct
FPort1
FPort2
Fault
Error
BrkF
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Green
Green
Red
Red
Red
State
Indication
OFF
The module is unpowered or the internal logic is out of order.
ON
The module is powered and the internal logic is available.
OFF
No activity on the coaxial cable.
ON
Activity is detected on the coaxial cable.
OFF
No activity on the optical fiber port 1 reception.
ON
Activity is detected on the fiber port 1 reception.
OFF
No activity on the optical fiber port 2 reception.
ON
Activity is detected on the fiber port 2 reception.
OFF
No error (internal or external) detected.
ON
An error (internal or external) has been detected.
OFF
No internal error detected.
ON
An internal error has been detected.
OFF
Activity is detected on both optical port inputs OR no activity
has ever been detected on any optical port input.
ON
One of the optical fiber port input is inactive (see FPort• LED
OFF) while activity is detected or has been detected on the
other optical port input (see FPort• LED ON).
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Diagnostic Relay Behavior
The contacts of the relay are open whenever an error is detected (internal or external), and the
Fault LED is ON. In fact the status of the diagnostic relay provides an electric information when the
Fault LED status provides a visual status when an error is detected (internal or external).
Futhermore when the contacts of the diagnostic relay are open,
if the detected error is internal the Error LED is ON.
 if the detected error is external the BrkF LED is ON.

NOTE: When the 140 NRP 954 00 is not powered, the contacts of the diagnostic relay are open.
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Module Connections
Using Fiber Optics in a RIO System
The following represent four typical configurations that show the wide range of the network
architecture:
 Point-to-Point topology
 Bus topology
 Tree topology
 Self Healing Ring topology
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Point-to-Point Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
Point-to-point configuration (see the following figure) allows communication over the distance of up
to 3 km through harsh industrial environments. The following figure shows the point-to-point
configuration.
NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
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Bus Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
This type of configuration is used when it is required to increase the length of the fiber link and
increase the distance between drops on the RIO network.
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT FAILURE
The loss of a single fiber optic repeater in this configuration disables the rest of the network. It is
suggested that the Self Healing Ring configuration be used to avoid this problem.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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The following figure shows the bus topology:
NOTE: The distance between nodes on fiber is limited by the maximum allowable power loss from
end-to-end (3 km over 62.5 µm fiber). Power loss includes the fiber optic cable attenuation,
connector losses at the fiber optic receiver and transmitter ports, and the system margin of 3 dB.
NOTE: At each end of the bus, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using
the diagnostics. For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and
140 NRP 954 01C Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
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Tree Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
Tree topologies, which cannot be established with coaxial cable alone can be built legally using
fiber optic repeaters.
NOTE: The limitations (see page 75) in bus and self-healing configurations are applicable for each
drop in tree topology.
The following illustration shows an example of a tree topology:
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NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
Self-Healing Ring Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
This configuration can be achieved by connecting the unused fiber optic ports of the first and last
140 NRP 954 00 directly or through the fiber optic repeater. This type of connection has all the
advantages of the previously described configurations, along with built-in redundancy. A broken
connection between any two Quantum NRP modules in the ring will automatically reconfigure the
RIO network and continue the communication.
NOTE: The maximum length of the fiber cable in a ring configuration, 16 km, is calculated in the
the case of a break that occurs anywhere.
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Hot Standby Systems with Fiber Optic Repeater
The following figure shows an example of hot standby systems using fiber optic repeaters:
NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
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Backplane Integration
Instead of placing each fiber optic repeater modules with its own power supply module(s) in a
standalone backplane, you can take the advantage of the quantum form factor.
The following figure shows two segments of RIO coaxial cable connected point-to-point by two
140 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeaters placed on the Quantum racks where the RIO head and RIO
drop modules are located:
NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
Recommended Materials for Fiber Optic Links
Modicon does not manufacture fiber optic products such as cables, connectors, or special tools.
However, we have experience with third party suppliers of materials and can give some guidelines
on what will work with our products.
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Connectors
The following table shows the connector types
Connector Type
Part Number
Operating Temperature
ST Bayonet (Epoxy)
3M 6105
–40...+80 ° C (–40...+176 ° F)
ST Bayonet (Hot Melt)
3M 6100
–40...+80 ° C (–40...+176 ° F)
ST Bayonet (Epoxy)
AMP 501380 Series
–30...+70 ° C (–22...+158 ° F)
ST Cleave and Crimp
AMP 504034 Series
–40...+65 ° C (–40...+149 ° F)
Mechanical Line Splice (one
size fits all)
3M 2529 Fiberlok™ II
–40...+80 ° C (–40...+176 ° F)
NOTE: All connectors must have a short boot for strain relief.
Termination Kits
The following table shows the termination kits.
Kit Type
Part Number
Description
Bayonet or Push-Pull ST (Hot
Melt)
3M 6355
110 Vac, only for 3M connectors
Bayonet ST (Epoxy)
AMP 501258-7
110 Vac, only for AMP connectors
Bayonet ST (Epoxy)
AMP 501258-8
220 Vac, only for AMP connectors
Mechanical Line Splice
3M 2530
Fiber Splice Prep Kit, complete with
cleaving tool
Light Sources, Power Meters
For Photodyne light sources and power meter products, contact 3M Telecom Systems Division.
Observing Safety Precautions
Before installing the 140 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeater module, read the warning messages
below. Follow them at all times during the installation of the fiber optic repeater.
DANGER
SEVERE EYE DAMAGE
Do not view the ends of fiber optic cable under magnification while a transmit signal is present on
the cable.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
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NOTICE
INOPERABLE EQUIPMENT
Do not remove the protective coverings from the optical cable port and optical cable tips until
immediately fiber cable connection to the cable port.
After removing the protective coverings, never touch exposed parts such as the ferrule.
After connecting the fiber cable, retain the protective coverings for future use.
Do not remove the protective covering from the unused connector.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
Before Starting
Prior to installing 140 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeater, network cables must be prepared and
installed to the repeater’s site with their connectors.
To prepare optic cables:
Follow the cable manufacturer’s recommendations for routing, installing, and testing the cable.
Take care when terminating the ends of each fiber optic cable in order to minimize loss of optical
signal. Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for installing optical connectors.
 Test the cable for proper attenuation prior to the connection of the fiber optic repeaters. The
cable ends should be accessible at each fiber optic installation site. Allow sufficient cable length
for a service loop and strain reliefs.
 Label each cable end to facilitate future maintenance.

To prepare and install coaxial cables, refer to Remote I/O Cable System Planning and Installation
Guide.
Connecting the Fiber Optic Cable
The following steps show how to connect the fiber optic cable.
Step
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Remove the protective plastic coverings from the cable ports and the tips of the
cable. Snap one of the fiber cable clasps (shipped with the module) over the
cable so that the wider end of the tool is closest to the cable end.
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Action
2
Turn the connection ring so that one of the arrows on the side of the ring lines up
with the ridge inside.
3
a. Slide the tool up to the connection ring.
b. Gripping the cable with the plastic cable clasp, slide the cable end onto the
lower cable port. The arrow and the ridge on the connection ring should lineup
with the slot on the left of the cable port.
c. Use the clasp to push the cable over the tab on top of the port.
d. Turn the cable to the right, so that the tab locks securely
e. Remove the clasp.
f. Repeat this process with the remaining strand of
cable.
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General Specifications
Introduction
This section gives the 140 NRP 954 00 fiber optic repeater module specifications.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
Do not exceed any of the rated values specified in the following tables.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment
damage.
General Specifications
Bus Current Required
700 mA
Power Dissipation (Typical)
5W
Inrush Current
1 A typical @ 5 Vdc
Data Transfer Rate
1.544 Mb for remote I/O with Manchester encoded data
Bit Error Rate
10-9 over specified Optical Receiver Dynamic Range
Optical Interface
ST-Type connector
Wavelength
820 nm
Power Loss Budget
(includes 3 dB of system
margin)
50/125 µm fiber –7.0 dB
62.5/125 µm fiber –11 dB
100/140 µm fiber –16.5 dB
Maximum Distance for Point–
to–Point Connection
2 km over 50/125 µm fiber @ 3.5 dB/km
3 km over 62.5/125 µm fiber @ 3.5 dB/km
3 km over 100/140 µm fiber @ 5 dB/km
Limits in Bus or Self-Healing
Ring Configurations
12 fiber optic repeater modules with a maximum length of fiber optic cables
of 16 km (back-loop included in Self-healing ring configuration).
NOTE: The maximum length is between the CRP module (the farther one
in a Hot Standby (HSBY) system) and the last CRA module.
Coaxial Interface
F type female connector with a right-angle F adapter connector
NOTE: Required torque to fasten the right-angle F adapter is
0.46...0.60 N•m (4.1...5.3 lbf-in).
Coaxial Termination
Internal 75 ohms
Coaxial Shield
Tied to ground
Coaxial Dynamic Range
35 dB
Coaxial Sensitivity
70 mV pk-pk max
Relay Diagnostic
Rated at 220 Vac 6 A / 30 Vdc 5 A
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DESTRUCTION OF ADAPTER




Before tightening the locknut to the torque 0.46...0.60 N•m (4.1...5.3 lbf-in) be sure to properly
position the right-angle F adapter connector.
During tightening be sure to maintain the connector securely.
The locknut must be loosened before handling the connector. For this reason, it is
recommended to attach the S908 coaxial cable to the chassis to avoid any mechanical stress
on the right-angle F adapter connector.
Do not tighten the right-angle F adapter beyond the specified torque.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
Optical Transmitter Specifications
Optical Power (Measured with
1 m test fiber)
–13.0...–20.0 dBm average power in 50/125 µm fiber cable
–10.0...–16 dBm average power in 62.5/125 µm fiber cable
–4.0...–10.5 dBm average power in 100/140 µm fiber cable
Rise/Fall Time
20 nsec or better
Silence (OFF Leakage)
–43 dBm
Optical Receiver Specifications
Receiver Sensitivity
–30 dBm average power
Dynamic Range
20 dB
Detected Silence
–36 dBm
Reliability
MTBF
76
1,300,000 hours (minimum) @ 30 ° C, assuming fixed
ground and component stress within maximum
specifications.
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140 NRP 954 01C: Fiber Optic Repeater Module (Single-mode)
140 NRP 954 01C: Fiber Optic Repeater Module (Singlemode)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NRP 954 01C Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
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LED Indicators and Diagnostic Relay Behavior
81
Module Connections
83
General Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The 140 NRP 954 01C fiber optical repeater module provides communication between two or
more RIO nodes or segments of networks over a single-mode fiber optic medium. Each repeater
contains one electrical RIO interface and two fiber optic transceivers.
Illustration
The following figure shows the 140 NRP 954 01C (NRP) module parts.
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Version label
Model number, module description, color code
LED area
Removable door
Customer identification label (Fold label and place it inside door)
Diagnostic relay port
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8
9
10
11
Electrical coaxial port (“F” type connector)
Receiver optical fiber port - FPort 1 Rx (LC type connector)
Transmitter optical fiber port - FPort 1 Tx (LC type connector)
Receiver optical fiber port - FPort 2 Rx (LC type connector)
Transmitter optical fiber port - FPort 2 Tx (LC type connector)
Diagnostic Relay Port
A normally closed relay contact, rated at 220 Vac 6 A or 30 Vdc 5 A, is available on the terminals
of the diagnostic relay port via its connector. This allows to use the diagnostic relay behavior
(see page 62) in the application.
The following figure shows the 2 terminals of the diagnostic relay connector:
Electrical Coaxial Port
The 140 NRP 954 01C fiber optic repeater module is equipped with an electrical coaxial RIO
interface using an "F"-style connector. In order to maintain bend radius tolerance on coaxial cable
the electrical coaxial port is equipped with a right-angle F adapter.
The electrical coaxial port has the same network connections, specifications and restrictions as
other remote I/O devices, and must be treated accordingly. See the Remote I/O Cable System
Planning and Installation Guide for information regarding planning your network configuration as
well as the installation of the network electrical coaxial cable.
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CAUTION
CONNECTIVITY COMPLIANCE
To maintain CE compliance with the European Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC), the
140 NRP 954 01C module must be connected using quad shielded cable (see the Remote I/O
Cable System Planning and Installation Guide).
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
Optical Ports
The 140 NRP 954 01C fiber optic repeater module is equipped with two optical ports (FPort1 and
FPort2). One pair of fiber optic cables are connected to one fiber optic port using a duplex LC-type
connector.
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LED Indicators and Diagnostic Relay Behavior
Illustration
The following figure shows the LED indicators for the 140 NRP 954 01C fiber optic repeater
module:
LED Indicators
The following table describes the status LEDs of the 140 NRP 954 01C module:
LED
Color
Ready
Green
ComAct
FPort1
FPort2
Fault
Error
BrkF
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Green
Green
Red
Red
Red
State
Indication
OFF
The module is unpowered or the internal logic is out of order.
ON
The module is powered and the internal logic is available.
OFF
No activity on the coaxial cable.
ON
Activity is detected on the coaxial cable.
OFF
No activity on the optical fiber port 1 reception.
ON
Activity is detected on the fiber port 1 reception.
OFF
No activity on the optical fiber port 2 reception.
ON
Activity is detected on the fiber port 2 reception.
OFF
No error (internal or external) detected.
ON
An error (internal or external) has been detected.
OFF
No internal error detected.
ON
An internal error has been detected.
OFF
Activity is detected on both optical port inputs OR no activity
has ever been detected on any optical port input.
ON
One of the optical fiber port input is inactive (see FPort• LED
OFF) while activity is detected or has been detected on the
other optical port input (see FPort• LED ON).
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Diagnostic Relay Behavior
The contacts of the relay are open whenever an error is detected (internal or external), and the
Fault LED is ON. In fact the status of the diagnostic relay provides an electric information when the
Fault LED status provides a visual status when an error is detected (internal or external).
Futhermore when the contacts of the diagnostic relay are open,
if the detected error is internal the Error LED is ON.
 if the detected error is external the BrkF LED is ON.

NOTE: When the 140 NRP 954 01C is not powered, the contacts of the diagnostic relay are open.
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Module Connections
Using Fiber Optics in a RIO System
The following represent four typical configurations that show the wide range of the network
architecture:
 Point-to-Point topology
 Bus topology
 Tree topology
 Self Healing Ring topology
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Point-to-Point Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
Point-to-point configuration (see the following figure) allows communication over the distance of up
to 16 km through harsh industrial environments. The following figure shows the point-to-point
configuration.
NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
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Bus Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
This type of configuration is used when it is required to increase the length of the fiber link and
increase the distance between drops on the RIO network.
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT FAILURE
The loss of a single fiber optic repeater in this configuration disables the rest of the network. It is
suggested that the Self Healing Ring configuration be used to avoid this problem.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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The following figure shows the bus topology:
NOTE: The total distance between the first and the last fiber optic repeater is limited by the
maximum allowable power loss from end-to-end (16 km over 9/125 µm fiber). Power loss includes
the fiber optic cable attenuation, connector losses at the fiber optic receiver and transmitter ports,
and the system margin of 3 dB.
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NOTE: At each end of the bus, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using
the diagnostics. For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and
140 NRP 954 01C Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
Tree Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
Tree topologies, which cannot be established with coaxial cable alone can be built legally using
fiber optic repeaters.
NOTE: The limitations (see page 95) in bus and self-healing configurations are applicable for each
drop in tree topology.
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The following illustration shows an example of a tree topology:
NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
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Self-Healing Ring Topology with Fiber Optic Repeater
This configuration can be achieved by connecting the unused fiber optic ports of the first and last
140 NRP 954 01C directly or through the fiber optic repeater. This type of connection has all the
advantages of the previously described configurations, along with built-in redundancy. A broken
connection between any two Quantum NRP modules in the ring will automatically reconfigure the
RIO network and continue the communication.
NOTE: The maximum length of the fiber cable in a ring configuration, 16 km, is calculated in the
the case of a break that occurs anywhere (back-loop included).
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Hot Standby Systems with Fiber Optic Repeater
The following figure shows an example of hot standby systems using fiber optic repeaters:
NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
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Backplane Integration
Instead of placing each fiber optic repeater modules with its own power supply module(s) in a
standalone backplane, you can take the advantage of the quantum form factor.
The following figure shows two segments of RIO coaxial cable connected point-to-point by two
140 NRP 954 01C fiber optic repeaters placed on the Quantum racks where the RIO head and RIO
drop modules are located:
NOTE:


Using 2 optical fiber pairs provides a better service and diagnostics.
Using only one fiber pair, looping back the unused optical ports with a short fiber helps using the
diagnostics.
For more details on the diagnostics, refer to the Modicon 140 NRP 954 00 and 140 NRP 954 01C
Fiber Optic Repeater Modules User Guide.
Recommended Materials for Fiber Optic Links
Modicon does not manufacture fiber optic products such as cables, connectors, or special tools.
However, we have experience with third party suppliers of materials and can give some guidelines
on what will work with our products.
Observing Safety Precautions
Before installing the 140 NRP 954 01C fiber optic repeater module, read the warning messages
below. Follow them at all times during the installation of the fiber optic repeater.
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DANGER
SEVERE EYE DAMAGE
Do not view the ends of fiber optic cable under magnification while a transmit signal is present on
the cable.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTICE
INOPERABLE EQUIPMENT
Do not remove the protective coverings from the optical cable port and optical cable tips until
immediately fiber cable connection to the cable port.
After removing the protective coverings, never touch exposed parts such as the ferrule.
After connecting the fiber cable, retain the protective coverings for future use.
Do not remove the protective covering from the unused connector.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
Before Starting
Prior to installing 140 NRP 954 01C fiber optic repeater, network cables must be prepared and
installed to the repeater’s site with their connectors.
To prepare optic cables:
Follow the cable manufacturer’s recommendations for routing, installing, and testing the cable.
Take care when terminating the ends of each fiber optic cable in order to minimize loss of optical
signal. Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for installing optical connectors.
 Test the cable for proper attenuation prior to the connection of the fiber optic repeaters. The
cable ends should be accessible at each fiber optic installation site. Allow sufficient cable length
for a service loop and strain reliefs.
 Label each cable end to facilitate future maintenance.

To prepare and install coaxial cables, refer to Remote I/O Cable System Planning and Installation
Guide.
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Connecting the Fiber Optic Cable
Install the fiber optic cable to the 140 NRP 954 01C module’s LC duplex connectors as described
in the following table:
Step
Action
1
Remove the dust plugs from the LC connectors of the fiber optic cable as shown in
the following figure. Save the dust plugs for future use.
2
Inspect and clean the fiber optic end faces of the LC connectors.
3
Remove the dust plugs from the LC duplex connector as shown in the following
figure:
4
Immediately attach the fiber optic cable to the LC duplex connector of the module
as shown in the following figure:
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Compatibility Rules
Depending on the PV (Product Version) and SV (Software Version) of the CRA modules, the
140 NRP 954 01C may be incompatible.
The following table gives the compatibility rules between the and CRA modules:
CRA Module
Reference
PV
140 CRA 93• 00
≤08
SV
Compatibility
Communication
Remote OS Update via
S908 Bus
2.0
Yes
Yes
09
2.0
No(1)
No(2)
≥ 10
2.1
Yes
No(2)
PV Product version
SV Software version
(1) An upgrade of the SV to 2.1 makes the module communication compatible.
NOTE: Upgrading the software version of the CRA module from 2.0 to 2.1 for CRA modules
PV 09 is mandatory before using in the RIO network.
(2)
For CRA module with SV ≥2.0, OS update is only possible out of the RIO network.
The 140 CRA 93• 00 firmware upgrade is done through Modbus or Modbus Plus using the Unity
Pro OS loader tool. The procedure to follow is described in the Quantum Operating System
Upgrade and Update Procedure.
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General Specifications
Introduction
This section gives the 140 NRP 954 01C fiber optic repeater module specifications.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
Do not exceed any of the rated values specified in the following tables.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment
damage.
General Specifications
Bus Current Required
750 mA
Power Dissipation (Typical)
5W
Inrush Current
1.8 A typical @ 5 Vdc
Data Transfer Rate
1.544 Mb for remote I/O with Manchester encoded data
Bit Error Rate
10-9 over specified Optical Receiver Dynamic Range
Optical Interface
LC-Type connector
Wavelength
1300 nm
Power Loss Budget
(includes 3 dB of system
margin)
9/125 µm fiber –8.0 dB
Maximum Distance for Point–
to–Point Connection
16 km over 9/125 µm fiber @ 0.45 dB/km
Limits in Bus or Self-Healing
Ring Configurations
12 fiber optic repeater modules with a maximum length of fiber optic cables
of 16 km (back-loop included in Self-healing ring configuration).
NOTE: The maximum length is between the CRP module (the farther one
in a Hot Standby (HSBY) system) and the last CRA module.
Coaxial Interface
F type female connector with a right-angle F adapter connector
NOTE: Required torque to fasten the right-angle F adapter is
0.46...0.60 N•m (4.1...5.3 lbf-in).
Coaxial Termination
Internal 75 ohms
Coaxial Shield
Tied to ground
Coaxial Dynamic Range
35 dB
Coaxial Sensitivity
70 mV pk-pk max
Relay Diagnostic
Rated at 220 Vac 6 A / 30 Vdc 5 A
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DESTRUCTION OF ADAPTER




Before tightening the locknut to the torque 0.46...0.60 N•m (4.1...5.3 lbf-in) be sure to properly
position the right-angle F adapter connector.
During tightening be sure to maintain the connector securely.
The locknut must be loosened before handling the connector. For this reason, it is
recommended to attach the S908 coaxial cable to the chassis to avoid any mechanical stress
on the right-angle F adapter connector.
Do not tighten the right-angle F adapter beyond the specified torque.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
Optical Transmitter Specifications
Optical Power (Measured with
1 m test fiber)
–8.0...–15.0 dBm average power in 9/125 µm fiber cable
Rise/Fall Time
20 nsec or better
Silence (OFF Leakage)
–45 dBm
Optical Receiver Specifications
Receiver Sensitivity
–25 dBm average power
Dynamic Range
20 dB
Detected Silence
–45 dBm
Reliability
MTBF
96
1,300,000 hours (minimum) @ 30 ° C, assuming fixed
ground and component stress within maximum
specifications.
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DIO Drop Modules
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Quantum Distributed I/O (DIO) Drop Modules
Quantum Distributed I/O (DIO) Drop Modules
Introduction
This part provides information on the following Quantum DIO modules:
DIO Module
Source Voltage
Communication
Channels
Bus Current
Required
140 CRA 211 10
115/230 VAC
1
3A
140 CRA 212 10
115/230 VAC
2
3A
140 CRA 211 20
24 VDC
1
3A
140 CRA 212 20
24 VDC
2
3A
Quantum DIO is implemented over a Modbus Plus network. The CPU or NOM modules may be
the network head via their Modbus Plus ports. Quantum DIO Modbus Plus drop adaptors are
specifically designed to link Quantum I/O modules to the head via twisted pair shielded cable
(Modbus Plus). The DIO drop modules also provide the I/O with power (maximum 3A) from a 24
VDC or a 115/230 VAC source. Each DIO network supports up to 63 distributed drops using
repeaters.
NOTE: In the DIO rack with 140 CRA 211 x0 module, 140 DSI 353 00 module must not be used.
What Is in This Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
9
Chapter Name
Software Configuration
Page
99
10
140 CRA 211 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC (single channel)
103
11
140 CRA 212 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC (dual channel)
111
12
140 CRA 211 20: DIO Drop Module 24 VDC (single channel)
119
13
140 CRA 212 20: DIO Drop Module 24 VDC (dual channel)
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Software Configuration
Software Configuration
Configuring a Quantum DIO Drop
Introduction
A Quantum DIO Drop consists of a standard module rack installed with I/O modules and a
140 CRA 21• •0 Modbus Plus communication module.
A DIO Bus can either be connected to the Modbus Plus connection on the CPU, or to a
140 NOM 2•• 00 communication module.
NOTE: The Quantum DIO Drop Modules 140 CRA 2•• ••• have no health bits.
For this reason the status for a properly functioning DIO Drop is always ZERO and not ONE as it
is for other modules!
Adding a DIO Bus
The following table describes the procedure for adding a DIO Bus.
Step
1
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Select the Modbus Plus connection that you want to configure as a DIO Bus from
the Project Browser or in the hardware configuration window.
The following configuration window is opened:
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Step
100
Action
2
Activate the DIO Bus check box in the configuration window and confirm your
entry.
A DIO Bus is placed in the Project Browser:
3
Open the DIO Bus and select add module rack and select New Device.
The module rack selection list is opened:
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Step
Action
4
Select the desired module rack and enter the Modbus Plus address in the
address field. Confirm with OK.
A DIO Drop is placed in the Project Browser. The number set, 12 in our example,
states the Modbus Plus address of the Drop. The Modbus Plus Coupler
140 CRA 21X X0 is automatically entered in slot 1:
5
To continue configuring the RIO Drop you can carry on as with configuring a local
I/O.
Modbus Plus Address
Ensure that the Modbus Plus Station Address that you have entered in the software configuration
matches the hardware addresses of the modules used.
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140 CRA 211 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC (single channel)
140 CRA 211 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC (single
channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRA 211 10 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
104
Indicators
106
Specifications
107
Wiring Diagram
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Presentation
Function
The 140 CRA 211 10 is a single channel Distributed I/O Interface, connected via a twisted pair
Modbus Plus cable network. This DIO Drop Module provides the I/O with power from a 115/230
VAC source.
Illustration
The following figure shows the parts of the distributed I/O (DIO) module.
Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches (refer to the illustration and table below) are located on the rear panel of the
CPU. They are used for setting Modbus Plus node addresses for the unit.
SW1 (the top switch) sets the upper digit (tens) of the address; SW2 (the bottom switch) sets the
lower digit (ones) of the address. The illustration below shows the correct setting for an example
address of 11.
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Rear Panel Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 top switch and the SW2 bottom switch.
Rear Panel Switches Table
The following table shows node addresses for the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node
Address
SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 39
3
0 ... 9
40 ... 49
4
0 ... 9
50 ... 59
5
0 ... 9
60 ... 64
6
0 ... 4
NOTE: Only addresses from 1 to 64 are valid.
If "0" or an address greater than 64 is selected, the "Modbus+" LED comes ON, steady, indicating
that an invalid address was selected.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the LED panel.
Description
The following table shows the DIO LED indicators and descriptions.
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LEDS
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed power-up diagnostics.
Fault
Red
A communications error exists between the DIO module and
one or more I/O modules, or an output module is not being
written to, over the Modbus Plus network.
Pwr ok
Green
Bus power is present.
Modbus +
Green
Communications are active on the Modbus Plus port.
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Operating Mode
Standalone or not powered
Internal Power Dissipation
2.0 W + 3.0 V x IBUS (where IBUS is in Amperes)
Protection
Over Current, Over Voltage
Communication
1 Modbus Plus port (single cable)
Field Wiring Connector
7 point terminal strip (Part # 043506326)
I/O Type
Quantum
Modules/Drop
Depends on bus current loading and word count
Words
30 IN / 32 OUT. (Two additional IN words are reserved for drop
status.)
Input
Input
Input Voltage
85 ... 276 VAC
Input Frequency
47 ... 63 Hz
Input Voltage Total
Harmonic Distortion
Less than 10% of the fundamental rms value
Input Current
0.4 A @ 115 VAC. 0.2 A @ 230 VAC
Inrush Current
10 A @ 115 VAC. 20 A @ 230 VAC
VA Rating
50 VA
Input Power Interruption
1/2 cycle at full load and minimum rated line voltage / frequency.
No less than 1 second between interruptions.
Output to Bus
Output to Bus
Voltage
5.1 VDC
Current
3A
Minimum Load
0A
Fusing (external)
1.5 A (Part # 043502515 or equivalent)
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Diagnostics
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Power Up
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Runtime
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
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Wiring Diagram
Illustration
The following figure shows the wiring diagram for the 140 CRA 211 10
NOTE: Follow the Power and Grounding Guidelines of the Quantum Hardware Reference Manual
and the Grounding and Electromagnetic Compatibility of PLC Systems manual recommendations.
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140 CRA 212 10
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140 CRA 212 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC (dual channel)
140 CRA 212 10: DIO Drop Module 115/230 VAC (dual
channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRA 212 10 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
112
Indicators
114
Specifications
115
Wiring Diagram
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Presentation
Function
The 140 CRA 212 10 is a dual channel Distributed I/O Interface, connected via a twisted pair
Modbus Plus cable network. This DIO Drop Module provides the I/O with power from a 115/230
VAC source.
Illustration
The following figure shows the parts of the distributed I/O (DIO) module.
Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches (refer to the illustration and table below) are located on the rear panel of the
CPU. Use them to set Modbus Plus node addresses for the unit.
SW1 (the top switch) sets the upper digit (tens) of the address; SW2 (the bottom switch) sets the
lower digit (ones) of the address. The illustration below shows the correct setting for the sample
address of 11.
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Rear Panel Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 top switch and the SW2 bottom switch.
Rear Panel Switches Table
The following table shows the node addresses of the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node
Address
SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 39
3
0 ... 9
40 ... 49
4
0 ... 9
50 ... 59
5
0 ... 9
60 ... 64
6
0 ... 4
NOTE: Only addresses from 1 to 64 are valid.
If "0" or an address greater than 64 is selected, the "Modbus+" LED comes ON, steady, indicating
that an invalid address was selected.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the LED panel.
Description
The following table shows the DIO LED indicators and descriptions.
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LEDS
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed power-up diagnostics.
Fault
Red
A communications error exists between the DIO module and
one or more I/O modules, or an output module is not being
written to, over the Modbus Plus network.
Pwr ok
Green
Bus power is present.
Modbus +
Green
Communications are active on the Modbus Plus port.
Error A
Red
Communication error on the Modbus Plus Channel A
Error B
Red
Communication error on the Modbus Plus Channel B
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Operating Mode
Standalone or not powered
Internal Power Dissipation
2.0 W + 3.0 V x IBUS (where IBUS is in Amperes)
Protection
Over Current, Over Voltage
Communication
2 Modbus Plus ports (dual cable)
Field Wiring Connector
7 point terminal strip (Part # 043506326)
I/O Type
Quantum
Modules/Drop
Depends on bus current loading and word count
Words
30 IN / 32 OUT. (Two additional IN words are reserved for drop
status.)
Input
Input
Input Voltage
85 ... 276 VAC
Input Frequency
47 ... 63 Hz
Input Voltage Total
Harmonic Distortion
Less than 10% of the fundamental rms value
Input Current
0.4 A @ 115 VAC. 0.2 A @ 230 VAC
Inrush Current
10 A @ 115 VAC. 20 A @ 230 VAC
VA Rating
50 VA
Input Power Interruption
1/2 cycle at full load and minimum rated line voltage / frequency.
No less than 1 second between interruptions.
Output to Bus
Output to Bus
Voltage
5.1 VDC
Current
3A
Minimum Load
0A
Fusing (external)
1.5 A (Part # 043502515 or equivalent)
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Diagnostics
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Power Up
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Runtime
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
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Wiring Diagram
Illustration
The following figure shows the wiring diagram for the 140 CRA 212 10
NOTE: Follow the Power and Grounding Guidelines of the Quantum Hardware Reference Manual
and the Grounding and Electromagnetic Compatibility of PLC Systems manual recommendations.
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140 CRA 211 20: DIO Drop Module 24 VDC (single channel)
140 CRA 211 20: DIO Drop Module 24 VDC (single channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRA 211 20 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
120
Indicators
122
Specifications
123
Wiring Diagram
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Presentation
Function
The 140 CRA 211 20 is a single channel Distributed I/O Interface, connected via a twisted pair
Modbus Plus cable network. This DIO Drop Module provides the I/O with power from a 24 VDC
source.
Illustration
The following figure shows the parts of the distributed I/O (DIO) module.
Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches (refer to the illustration and table below) are located on the rear panel of the
CPU. They are used for setting Modbus Plus node addresses for the unit.
SW1 (the top switch) sets the upper digit (tens) of the address; SW2 (the bottom switch) sets the
lower digit (ones) of the address. The illustration below shows the correct setting for an example
address of 11.
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Rear Panel Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 top switch and the SW2 bottom switch.
Rear Panel Switches Table
The following table shows the node addresses of the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node Address
SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 39
3
0 ... 9
40 ... 49
4
0 ... 9
50 ... 59
5
0 ... 9
60 ... 64
6
0 ... 4
NOTE: Only addresses from 1 to 64 are valid.
If "0" or an address greater than 64 is selected, the "Modbus+" LED comes ON, steady, indicating
that an invalid address was selected.
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Illustration
The following figure shows the LED panel.
Description
The following table shows the DIO LED indicators and descriptions.
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LEDS
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed power-up diagnostics.
Fault
Red
A communications error exists between the DIO module and
one or more I/O modules or an output module is not being
written to over the Modbus Plus network.
Pwr ok
Green
Bus power is present.
Modbus +
Green
Communications are active on the Modbus Plus port.
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Operating Mode
Standalone
Internal Power Dissipation
2.0 W + 3.0 V x IBUS (where IBUS is in Amperes)
Protection
Over Current, Over Voltage
Communication
1 Modbus Plus ports (single cable)
Field Wiring Connector
7 point terminal strip (Part # 043506326)
I/O Type
Quantum
Modules/Drop
Depends on bus current loading and word count
Words
30 IN / 32 OUT. (Two additional IN words are reserved for drop status.)
Input
Input
Input Voltage
20 ... 30 VDC
Input Current
1.6 A
Inrush Current
30 A
Input Power Interruption
1.0 ms max.
Output to Bus
Output to Bus
Voltage
5.1 VDC
Current
3A
Minimum Load
0A
Fusing (external)
2.5 A (Part # 043502515 or equivalent)
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Power Up
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Runtime
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
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Illustration
The following figure shows the wiring diagram for the 140 CRA 211 20 module
NOTE: Follow the Power and Grounding Guidelines of the Quantum Hardware Reference Manual
and the Grounding and Electromagnetic Compatibility of PLC Systems manual recommendations.
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140 CRA 212 20: DIO Drop Module 24 VDC (dual channel)
140 CRA 212 20: DIO Drop Module 24 VDC (dual channel)
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 CRA 212 20 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
126
Indicators
128
Specifications
129
Wiring Diagram
130
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Presentation
Function
The 140 CRA 212 20 is a dual channel Distributed I/O Interface, connected via a twisted pair
Modbus Plus cable network. This DIO Drop Module provides the I/O with power from a 24 VDC
source.
Illustration
The following figure shows the parts of the distributed I/O (DIO) module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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LED Area
Modbus Plus Connector (Channel A)
Modbus Plus Connector (Channel B)
Field Wiring Connector
Field Wiring Connector Cover
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
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Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches (refer to the illustration and table below) are located on the rear panel of the
CPU. They are used for setting Modbus Plus node addresses for the unit.
SW1 (the top switch) sets the upper digit (tens) of the address; SW2 (the bottom switch) sets the
lower digit (ones) of the address. The illustration below shows the correct setting for an example
address of 11.
Rear Panel Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 top switch and the SW2 bottom switch.
Rear Panel Switches Table
The following table shows the node addresses of the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node Address
SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 39
3
0 ... 9
40 ... 49
4
0 ... 9
50 ... 59
5
0 ... 9
60 ... 64
6
0 ... 4
NOTE: Only addresses from 1 to 64 are valid.
If "0" or an address greater than 64 is selected, the "Modbus+" LED will be ON, steady, to indicate
the selection of an invalid address.
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Illustration
The following figure shows the LED panel.
Description
The following table shows the DIO LED indicators and descriptions.
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LEDS
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed power-up diagnostics.
Fault
Red
A communications error exists between the DIO module and
one or more I/O modules or an output module is not being
written to over the Modbus Plus network.
Pwr ok
Green
Bus power is present.
Modbus +
Green
Communications are active on the Modbus Plus port.
Error A
Red
Communication error on the Modbus Plus Channel A
Error B
Red
Communication error on the Modbus Plus Channel B
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Operating Mode
Standalone
Internal Power Dissipation
2.0 W + 3.0 V x IBUS (where IBUS is in Amperes)
Protection
Over Current, Over Voltage
Communication
2 Modbus Plus ports (dual cable)
Field Wiring Connector
7 point terminal strip (Part # 043506326)
I/O Type
Quantum
Modules/Drop
Depends on bus current loading and word count
Words
30 IN / 32 OUT. (Two additional IN words are reserved for drop status.)
Input
Input
Input Voltage
20 ... 30 VDC
Input Current
1.6 A
Inrush Current
30 A
Input Power Interruption
1.0 ms max.
Output to Bus
Output to Bus
Voltage
5.1 VDC
Current
3A
Minimum Load
0A
Fusing (external)
2.5 A (Part # 043502515 or equivalent)
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Power Up
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Runtime
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
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Illustration
The following figure shows the wiring diagram for the 140 CRA 212 20 module
NOTE: Follow the Power and Grounding Guidelines of the Quantum Hardware Reference Manual
and the Grounding and Electromagnetic Compatibility of PLC Systems manual recommendations.
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Modbus Plus Network Option Modules (NOM)
Modbus Plus Network Option Modules (NOM)
Introduction
This part provides information on the following Quantum Network Option modules:
NOM
Communication Channels
Bus Current
Required
140 NOM 211 00
1 Modbus (RS-232) serial port
1 Modbus Plus network (RS-485) port
780 mA
140 NOM 212 00
1 Modbus (RS-232) serial port
2 Modbus Plus network (RS-485) ports
780 mA
140 NOM 252 00
1 Modbus (RJ45) port
2 Modbus Plus on Fiber (consisting of
optical receiver and transmitter)
750 mA
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, Modbus Plus
Planning and Installation Guide
What Is in This Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Chapter Name
Page
14
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15
140 NOM 212 00: Modbus Plus Option Module
145
16
140 NOM 252 00: Modbus Plus Option Module 10Base-FL
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140 NOM 211 00: Modbus Plus Option Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOM 211 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
134
Indicators
140
Error Codes
141
Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The 140 NOM 211 00 is a single channel Network Option Modul (NOM), connected via a twisted
pair Modbus Plus cable network
Illustration
The following figure shows the parts of the Modbus Plus 140 NOM 211 00 modules.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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LED Area
Comm Parameter Slide Switch
Modbus Connector
Modbus Plus Connector
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable door
Customer Identification Label, (Fold label and place it inside door)
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Front Panel Switches
Two, three-position slide switches are located on the front of the unit. The switch on the left is not
used. The three-position slide switch on the right is used to select the comm parameter settings for
the Modbus (RS-232) port provided with the Modbus Plus option module. Three options are
available, as shown below.
The following figure shows the front panel switches.
NOTE: If the left-hand switch is in the upper position and right-hand switch is set to mem then, as
of firmware version 2.20, bridge mode is deactivated. This means that the network connection
between Modbus and Modbus Plus is locked.
The NOM hardware defaults to bridge mode when the front panel switch is set to RTU or ASCII
mode. When networking controllers, a panel device connected to the NOM Modbus port can
communicate with the controller to which it is conected, as well as log into any nodes on the
Modbus Plus network.
Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches are located on the rear panel of the modules. They are used together to set
the Modbus Plus node and Modbus port address for the unit.
NOTE: The highest address that may be set with these switches is 64.
Rotary SW1 (top switch) sets the upper digit (tens), and rotary SW2 (bottom switch) sets the lower
digit (ones) of the Modbus Plus node address. The illustration below shows the setting for an
example address of 11.
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SW1 and SW2 Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 and SW2 switches.
NOTE: If "0," or an address greater than 64 is selected, the Modbus + LED will be "on" steady, to
indicate the selection of an invalid address.
SW1 and SW2 Address Settings
The following table shows the address settings for the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node Address SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 39
3
0 ... 9
40 ... 49
4
0 ... 9
50 ... 59
5
0 ... 9
60 ... 64
6
1 ... 4
NOTE: If "0," or an address greater than 64 is selected, the Modbus + LED will be "on" steady, to
indicate the selection of an invalid address.
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ASCII Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the fixed setting of the ASCII comm port parameters.
Baud
2,400
Parity
Even
Data Bits
7
Stop Bits
1
Device Address
Rear panel rotary switch
setting
Setting the slide switch to the middle position assigns remote terminal unit (RTU) functionality to
the port; the following comm parameters are set and cannot be changed:
RTU Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the RTU comm port parameters.
Baud
9,600
Parity
Even
Data Bits
8
Stop Bits
1
Device Address
Rear panel rotary switch
setting
Setting the slide switch to the bottom position gives you the ability to assign comm parameters to
the port in software; the following parameters are valid.
Valid Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the valid comm port parameters.
Baud
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1,200
9,600
600
7,200
300
4,800
150
3,600
134.5
2,400
110
2,000
75
1,800
50
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Data Bits
7/8
Stop Bits
1/2
Parity
Enable/Disable Odd/Even
Device Address
Rear panel rotary switch setting
Modbus Connector Pinouts
The NOM modules are equipped with a nine-pin RS-232C connector that supports Modicon’s
proprietary Modbus communication protocol. The following is the Modbus port pinout connections
for 9-pin and 25-pin connections.
The following figures show the Modbus port pinout connections for 9-pin (left) and 25-pin (right).
The following is the abbreviation key for the above figure.
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TX: Transmitted Data
DTR: Data Terminal Ready
RX: Received Data
CTS: Clear to Send
RTS: Request to Send
N/C: No Connection
DSR: Data Set Ready
CD: Carrier Detect
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Modbus Ports Pinout Connections for Portable Computers
The following figure shows the Modbus port pinout connections for 9-pin portable computers.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the Modbus Plus NOM LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the Modbus Plus NOM LED Descriptions.
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LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed powerup diagnostics.
Run
Green
Indicates that the unit is in kernel mode–should always be OFF
during normal operations.
Modbus
Green
Indicates communication is active on the single RS-232 serial
port.
Modbus+
Green
Indicates communication is active on the Modbus Plus port.
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Error Codes
Error Codes Table
The blinking run LED error codes for the NOM module shows the number of times the Run LED on
the NOM module blinks for each type of error and the crash codes for each (all codes are in hex).
The following table shows the blinking run LED error codes for the NOM module.
Number of Blinks
Code
Error
Steady
014H
normal power down event
2
815
RAM sequence error
3
49H
illegal data command received by bypass code
4BH
diagnostics test pattern invalid in the icb block
4CH
diagnostics test pattern invalid in the page 0
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icb address not the same as found in hcb
4EH
bad code selected for mstrout_sel proc
52H
config table exec_id is different than the sys table exec_id
53H
got a pupinit hook for neither S985 nor S975 addr
56H
did not get bus ack form 984 interface within 400 ms
59H
unexpected modbus port state in send command to 680
proc
5AH
system table missing
5BH
bad DPM critical byte write
616H
bad or unexpected interrupt
617H
loopback error on modbus port 1
618H
parity error
619H
set port greater than 21
61AH
controller ram size is less than 8k
621H
modbus cmd-buffer overflow
622H
modbus cmd-length is zero
623H
modbus abort command error
624H
bad modbus state trn-int
625H
bad modbus state rcv-int
626H
bad comm state trn_asc
627H
transmit underflow error
628H
bad comm state trn_tru
629H
bad comm state rcv_asc
62AH
bad comm state rcv_rtu
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62BH
bad transmit comm state
62CH
bad receive comm state
62DH
bad modbus state tmr0_evt
62EH
bad uart interrupt
631H
UPI timeout error
632H
bad UPI response opcode
633H
UPI bus diagnostic error
634H
mbp bus interference error
635H
bad mbp response opcode
636H
timeout waiting for mbp
637H
mbp out of synchronization
638H
mbp invalid path
639H
peer did not respond with complement of the opcode
63AH
peer unable to come out of transitions at powerup
681H
bad master state
682H
bad slave state
683H
unknown routing failure to send
684H
bad port number in set () proc
685H
bad port number in reset () proc
686H
bad port number in getport () proc
687H
bad port number in bitpos () proc
688H
bad port number in enable_transmit_interrupt () proc
689H
bad port number in enable_receive_interrupt () proc
68AH
bad port number in disable_transmit_interrupt () proc
68BH
bad port number in
691H
privilege flag is not reset in the session timeout proc
692H
bad port number in chkmst_hdw () proc
6A1H
unknown controller type in reset busy flag
6A2H
unknown function code in generate_poll_cmd () proc
6A3H
unknown function code in generate_logout_msg () proc
6A4H
slave link timeout on port other than port #9
6A5H
illegal bypass command received by bypass code
5
513H
RAM address test error
6
412H
RAM data test error
7
311H
PROM checksum error
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Power Dissipation
4W
Bus Current required
750 mA (max.)
Communication Ports
Communication Ports
1 Modbus Plus network
(RS-485) port (9-pin
connector)
1 Modbus (RS-232) serial
port (9-pin connector)
A bridge mode capability in the module permits a panel device
connected to this port to access nodes on the Modbus Plus
network or to access the local PLC directly without having to go
out onto the network.
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Power Up
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Processor
Runtime
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Processor
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140 NOM 212 00: Modbus Plus Option Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOM 212 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
146
Indicators
152
Error Codes
153
Specifications
155
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Presentation
Function
The 140 NOM 212 00 is a dual channel Network Option Modul (NOM), connected via a twisted pair
Modbus Plus cable network
Illustration
The following figure shows the parts of the Modbus Plus 140 NOM 212 00 modules.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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LED Area
Comm Parameter Slide Switch
Modbus Connector
Modbus Plus Connector (Chan A)
Modbus Plus Connector (Chan B)
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable door
Customer Identification Label, (Fold label and place it inside door)
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Front Panel Switches
Two, three-position slide switches are located on the front of the unit. The switch on the left is not
used. The three-position slide switch on the right is used to select the comm parameter settings for
the Modbus (RS-232) port provided with the Modbus Plus option module. Three options are
available, as shown below.
The following figure shows the front panel switches.
NOTE: If the left-hand switch is in the upper position and right-hand switch is set to mem then, as
of firmware version 2.20, bridge mode is deactivated. This means that the network connection
between Modbus and Modbus Plus is locked.
The NOM hardware defaults to bridge mode when the front panel switch is set to RTU or ASCII
mode. When networking controllers, a panel device connected to the NOM Modbus port can
communicate with the controller to which it is conected, as well as log into any nodes on the
Modbus Plus network.
Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches are located on the rear panel of the modules. They are used together to set
the Modbus Plus node and Modbus port address for the unit.
NOTE: The highest address that may be set with these switches is 64.
Rotary SW1 (top switch) sets the upper digit (tens), and rotary SW2 (bottom switch) sets the lower
digit (ones) of the Modbus Plus node address. The illustration below shows the setting for an
example address of 11.
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SW1 and SW2 Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 and SW2 switches.
NOTE: If "0," or an address greater than 64 is selected, the Modbus + LED will be "on" steady, to
indicate the selection of an invalid address.
SW1 and SW2 Address Settings
The following table shows the address settings for the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node Address SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 39
3
0 ... 9
40 ... 49
4
0 ... 9
50 ... 59
5
0 ... 9
60 ... 64
6
1 ... 4
NOTE: If "0," or an address greater than 64 is selected, the Modbus + LED will be "on" steady, to
indicate the selection of an invalid address.
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ASCII Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the fixed setting of the ASCII comm port parameters.
Baud
2,400
Parity
Even
Data Bits
7
Stop Bits
1
Device Address
Rear panel rotary
switch setting
Setting the slide switch to the middle position assigns remote terminal unit (RTU) functionality to
the port; the following comm parameters are set and cannot be changed:
RTU Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the RTU comm port parameters.
Baud
9,600
Parity
Even
Data Bits
8
Stop Bits
1
Device Address
Rear panel rotary
switch setting
Setting the slide switch to the bottom position gives you the ability to assign comm parameters to
the port in software; the following parameters are valid.
Valid Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the valid comm port parameters.
Baud
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1,200
9,600
600
7,200
300
4,800
150
3,600
134.5
2,400
110
2,000
75
1,800
50
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Data Bits
7/8
Stop Bits
1/2
Parity
Enable/Disable Odd/Even
Device Address
Rear panel rotary switch setting
Modbus Connector Pinouts
The NOM modules are equipped with a nine-pin RS-232C connector that supports Modicon’s
proprietary Modbus communication protocol. The following is the Modbus port pinout connections
for 9-pin and 25-pin connections.
The following figures show the Modbus port pinout connections for 9-pin (left) and 25-pin (right).
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Modbus Ports Pinout Connections for Portable Computers
The following figure shows the Modbus port pinout connections for 9-pin portable computers.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the Modbus Plus NOM LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the Modbus Plus NOM LED Descriptions.
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LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed powerup diagnostics.
Run
Green
Indicates that the unit is in kernel mode–should always be OFF
during normal operations.
Modbus
Green
Indicates communication is active on the single RS-232 serial
port.
Modbus+
Green
Indicates communication is active on the Modbus Plus port.
Error A
Red
There is an error condition on Cable A
Error B
Red
There is an error condition on Cable B
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Error Codes
Error Codes Table
The blinking run LED error codes for the NOM module shows the number of times the Run LED on
the NOM module blinks for each type of error and the crash codes for each (all codes are in hex).
The following table shows the blinking run LED error codes for the NOM module.
Number of Blinks
Code
Error
Steady
014H
normal power down event
2
815
RAM sequence error
3
49H
illegal data command received by bypass code
4BH
diagnostics test pattern invalid in the icb block
4CH
diagnostics test pattern invalid in the page 0
4
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4DH
icb address not the same as found in hcb
4EH
bad code selected for mstrout_sel proc
52H
config table exec_id is different than the sys table exec_id
53H
got a pupinit hook for neither S985 nor S975 addr
56H
did not get bus ack form 984 interface within 400 ms
59H
unexpected modbus port state in send command to 680
proc
5AH
system table missing
5BH
bad DPM critical byte write
616H
bad or unexpected interrupt
617H
loopback error on modbus port 1
618H
parity error
619H
set port greater than 21
61AH
controller ram size is less than 8k
621H
modbus cmd-buffer overflow
622H
modbus cmd-length is zero
623H
modbus abort command error
624H
bad modbus state trn-int
625H
bad modbus state rcv-int
626H
bad comm state trn_asc
627H
transmit underflow error
628H
bad comm state trn_tru
629H
bad comm state rcv_asc
62AH
bad comm state rcv_rtu
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62BH
bad transmit comm state
62CH
bad receive comm state
62DH
bad modbus state tmr0_evt
62EH
bad uart interrupt
631H
UPI timeout error
632H
bad UPI response opcode
633H
UPI bus diagnostic error
634H
mbp bus interference error
635H
bad mbp response opcode
636H
timeout waiting for mbp
637H
mbp out of synchronization
638H
mbp invalid path
639H
peer did not respond with complement of the opcode
63AH
peer unable to come out of transitions at powerup
681H
bad master state
682H
bad slave state
683H
unknown routing failure to send
684H
bad port number in set () proc
685H
bad port number in reset () proc
686H
bad port number in getport () proc
687H
bad port number in bitpos () proc
688H
bad port number in enable_transmit_interrupt () proc
689H
bad port number in enable_receive_interrupt () proc
68AH
bad port number in disable_transmit_interrupt () proc
68BH
bad port number in
691H
privilege flag is not reset in the session timeout proc
692H
bad port number in chkmst_hdw () proc
6A1H
unknown controller type in reset busy flag
6A2H
unknown function code in generate_poll_cmd () proc
6A3H
unknown function code in generate_logout_msg () proc
6A4H
slave link timeout on port other than port #9
6A5H
illegal bypass command received by bypass code
5
513H
RAM address test error
6
412H
RAM data test error
7
311H
PROM checksum error
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Power Dissipation
4 W (typical)
Bus Current required
780 mA
Communication Ports
Communication Ports
2 Modbus Plus network
(RS-485) port (9-pin
connector)
For dual connectivity on a single Modbus Plus network. These
ports handle identical versions of all inbound and outbound
transactions and keep track of the data paths used for these
transactions
1 Modbus (RS-232) serial
port (9-pin connector)
A bridge mode capability in the module permits a panel device
connected to this port to access nodes on the Modbus Plus
network or to access the local PLC directly without having to go
out onto the network.
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Power Up
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Processor
Runtime
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Processor
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Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOM 252 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
158
Indicators
164
Fiber Optic Cable Connections
165
Specifications
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Presentation
Overview
The Modbus Plus on Fiber module provides connectivity to Modbus Plus nodes by fiber cable.
There are many benefits that result from the use of fiber optics. Some of these benefits include:
Longer distances between nodes (up to 3 km), thereby, increasing the total length of the
network.
 Fiber optic medium is not susceptible to the effects of electromagnetic interference, RF
interference, and lightning.
 Intrinsically safe links that are required in many hazardous industrial environments.
 Total electrical isolation between terminal points on the link

Illustration
The following figure shows the parts of the Modbus Plus 140 NOM 252 00 module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
158
LED Area
Modbus Connector
Comm Parameter Slide Switch
Port 2 TX and RX Connectors
Port 1 TX and RX Connectors
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
Removable door
Customer Identification Label, (Fold label and place it inside door)
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Front Panel Switch
A three-position slide switch is located on the front of the unit. This switch is used to select the
comm parameter settings for the Modbus (RS-232) port. Three options are available, as shown
below.
The following figure shows the front panel switch.
Setting the slide switch to the top position assigns ASCII functionality to the port; the following
comm parameters are set and cannot be changed.
ASCII Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the fixed setting of the ASCII comm port parameters.
Baud
2,400
Parity
Even
Data Bits
7
Stop Bits
1
Device Address
Rear panel rotary
switch setting
Setting the slide switch to the middle position assigns remote terminal unit (RTU) functionality to
the port; the following comm parameters are set and cannot be changed:
RTU Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the RTU comm port parameters.
Baud
9,600
Parity
Even
Data Bits
8
Stop Bits
1
Device Address
Rear panel rotary switch setting
Setting the slide switch to the bottom position gives you the ability to assign comm parameters to
the port in software; the following parameters are valid.
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Valid Comm Port Parameters
The following table shows the valid comm port parameters.
Baud
Data Bits
19,200
1,200
9,600
600
7,200
300
4,800
150
3,600
134.5
2,400
110
2,000
75
1,800
50
7/8
Stop Bits
1/2
Parity
Enable/Disable Odd/Even
Device Address
Rear panel rotary switch setting
Rear Panel Switches
Two rotary switches are located on the rear panel of the modules. They are used together to set
the Modbus Plus node and Modbus port address for the unit.
NOTE: The highest address that may be set with these switches is 64.
Rotary SW1 (top switch) sets the upper digit (tens), and rotary SW2 (bottom switch) sets the lower
digit (ones) of the Modbus Plus node address. The illustration below shows the setting for an
example address of 11.
SW1 and SW2 Switches Figure
The following figure shows the SW1 (top) and SW2 (bottom) switches.
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SW1 and SW2 Address Settings
The following figure shows the node address settings for the SW1 and SW2 switches.
Node Address SW1
SW2
1 ... 9
0
1 ... 9
10 ... 19
1
0 ... 9
20 ... 29
2
0 ... 9
30 ... 39
3
0 ... 9
40 ... 49
4
0 ... 9
50 ... 59
5
0 ... 9
60 ... 64
6
1 ... 4
NOTE: If "0" or an address greater than 64 is selected, the Modbus + LED will be "on" steady, to
indicate the selection of an invalid address.
Modbus Connector
The NOM 252 00 module is equipped with an RS-232 port (see below) located on the front of the
module. This port uses an eight-position RJ45 (phone jack-type) connector.
Modbus pin 1 Figure
The following figure shows the NOM 252 00 Pin 1 connector.
NOTE: A D-shell adapter is available from Modicon for NOM 252 00-to-computer connections: a
(110 XCA 20 300) 9-pin adapter for PC-AT type computers (see the illustration pinout table below).
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Pinouts Figures
The following figures show the 9-pin adapter front view (left) and side view (right).
Connector Pinouts Figure
The following figure shows the 9-pin RJ45 connector schematic.
BJ45 Cable Types
This following shows an example of the 110 XCA 282 0X cable. A table is also provided which
includes part numbers and cable lengths.
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RJ45 Connector Figure
The following figure shows the RJ45 connector (Modicon Part # 110 XCA 282 OX).
BJ45 Cable Part Numbers Table
Cable Part Numbers
Cable Lengths
110 XCA 282 01
3 ft. (0.91 m)
110 XCA 282 02
10 ft. (3 m)
110 XCA 282 03
20 ft. (6 m)
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the Modbus Plus on Fiber LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the Modbus Plus on fiber LED descriptions.
164
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Ready
Green
The module has passed powerup diagnostics.
Run
Green
Indicates that the unit is in kernel mode – should always be OFF
during normal operations. Note: The table for the NOM 21X 00
shows the number of times the RUN LED on the Modbus Plus on
Fiber Module blinks for each type of error and the crash codes for
each (all codes are in hex).
Modbus
Green
Indicates communication is active on the single RS-232 serial port.
Modbus+
Green
Indicates communication is active on the Modbus Plus port.
Fport1
Green
Indicates an optical signal has been received on fiber optic Port 1.
Fport2
Green
Indicates an optical signal has been received on fiber optic Port 2.
FRNGoff
Red
Indicates the first break in a self healing ring.
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Fiber Optic Cable Connections
Fiber Optic Cable Connections
The NOM 252 00 module is connected in the Quantum system by a fiber optic cable (see below).
The cable has two strands. Each module transmits a uni-directional signal. For this reason, each
strand must be connected to the transmit port on one module and the receive port on the other.
One strand of the fiber optic cable is marked at 10-inch (25 cm) intervals with the manufacturer’s
name and the cable specifications. This is the only way to distinguish the two strands.
Fiber Optic Cable Connections Figure
The following figure shows the fiber optic cable connections.
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Connecting the Fiber Optic Cable
The following steps show how to connect the fiber optic cable.
Step
166
Action
1
Remove the protective plastic coverings from the cable ports and the tips of the
cable. Snap one of the fiber cable clasps (shipped with the module) over the cable
so that the wider end of the tool is closest to the cable end.
2
Turn the connection ring so that one of the arrows on the side of the ring lines up
with the ridge inside.
3
a. Slide the tool up to the connection ring.
b. Gripping the cable with the plastic cable clasp, slide the cable end onto the lower
cable port. The arrow and the ridge on the connection ring should line up with the
slot on the left of the cable port.
c. Use the clasp to push the cable over the tab on top of the port.
d. Turn the cable to the right, so that the tab locks securely
e. Remove the clasp.
f. Repeat this process with the remaining strand of cable.
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Fiber Optic Configurations
Here are four typical configurations that show the wide range of the network architecture:




Point-to-point connection
Bus configuration
Tree configuration
Self-healing ring configuration
Point-to-Point Configuration
This type of configuration (see below) allows communication over the distance of up to 3 km
through harsh industrial environments.
Point-to-Point Configuration Example Figure
The following figure shows the point-to-point configuration.
Bus Configuration
This type of configuration is used when it is required to connect a number of fiber nodes and can
be used to increase the distance of a standard Modbus Plus network by changing to a fiber
medium. This kind of network allows the connection of up to 32 Quantum NOM 252 nodes over the
distance of 5 km.
The following illustrations show the NOM 252 00 module in a mixed fiber optic/twisted pairs bus
configuration network and a straight fiber optic bus configuration network.
NOTE: The loss of a single node in this configuration disables the rest of the network.
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Bus Configuration Example 1
The following figure shows the mixed fiber optic/copper network.
Bus Configuration Example 2
The following figure shows the straight fiber optic network.
NOTE: The distance between nodes on fiber is limited by the maximum allowable power loss from
end-to-end (3 km over 62.5 mm fiber). Power loss includes the fiber optic cable attenuation,
connector losses at the Fiber Optic Receiver and Transmitter ports, and the system margin of 3 dB.
In this configuration, the end NOM 252 00 in this configuration will have the FRNGoff LED active.
It also displays the Cable B Framing error in the MBPSTAT (in ladder logic).
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Tree Configuration
Using tree configurations allows for greater flexibility in the layout of Modbus Plus and NOM 252
00 networks. The following illustrations are samples tree configurations. Additional repeaters may
be connected in order to extend communication between electrical links.
Tree Configuration Example
The following figure shows the tree configuration.
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Self-healing Ring Configuration
This configuration can be achieved by connecting the unused fiber optic ports of the first and last
NOM 252 00 directly or through the fiber optic repeater, if a mixed fiber optic/twisted pairs network
is used. This type of connection has all the advantages of the previously described configurations,
along with built-in redundancy. A broken connection between any two Quantum modules in the ring
will automatically reconfigure the network to the bus configuration, and maintain communication.
Self-healing Ring Configuration Example
The following figure shows a self-healing ring configuration example.
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Hot Standby Systems Figure
The following figure shows the self-healing ring configuration for hot standby systems.
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Network Status
The information about the condition of the network is presented in the form of Network Status. This
information indicates the loss of connection (the first break in the self-healing ring) and is similar to
the way the existing 140 NOM 212 00 reports the loss of the redundant cable.
The break in the fiber cable will be detected by the module not receiving the signal from the cable
break side. The incident will be reported by MBPSTAT as a Cable B Framing error. This condition
also activates the FRNGoff LED on the module front.
Recommended Materials for Fiber Optic Links
Modicon does not manufacture fiber optic products such as cables, connectors, or special tools.
However, we have experience with third party suppliers of materials, and are able to provide
guidelines on product compatibility.
Connectors
The following table shows the connector types
Connector type
Part number
Operating temperature
ST bayonet (epoxy)
3M 6105
-40 ... +80 ° C
ST bayonet (hot melt)
3M 6100
-40 ... +60 ° C
ST bayonet (epoxy)
AMP 501380-5 series
-30 ... +70 ° C
ST bayonet (epoxy)
AMP 503415-1 series
-20 ... +75 ° C
Light crimp ST-style
AMP 503453-1 series
-20 ... + 60 ° C
Mechanical line splice (one
size fits all)
3M 2529 Fiberlok1 II
-40 ... +80 ° C
NOTE: All connectors must have a short boot for strain relief.
Termination Kits
The following table shows the termination kits.
Kit type
172
Part number
Description
Bayonet ST (eoxy)
AMP 503746-1
For all epoxy type ST style
Light crimp XTC
AMP 50330-2
For all light crimp
Mechanical line splice
3M 2530
Fiber splice prep kit, complete with
cleaving tool
3M hot melt
3M 05-00185
3M 05-00187
110 V termination kit
220 V termination kit
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Other Tools Table
The following table shows other tools that may be needed for fiber optic links.
Product
Part number
Description/use
3M (Photodyne) optical
source driver
9XT
Hand-held optical source driver (requires
a light source)
3M (Photodyne) optical
light source
1700-0850-T
850 nm Light Source, ST Connectors for
9XT
3M (Photodyne) power
meter
17XTA-2041
Hand-held fiber optic power meter
3M optical light source,
660 nm, visible
7XE-0660-J
Use with 9XT to troubleshoot raw fiber,
requires FC/ST patch cord
3M FC/ST patch cord
BANAV-FS-0001
Connects FC connector on 7XE to ST
3M bare fiber adapter, ST- 8194
compatible
Allows the use of above source and
meter to test raw fiber (two required)
Cables
It is recommended that you use 62.5/125 mm cable (such as AMP 503016-1, AMP 502986-1, or
equivalent) with a maximum attenuation of 3.5 dB/km in most of the configurations.
NOTE: Modicon recommends using the 52-0370-000 cable.
NOTE: All cables must have a maximum cable diameter of not more than 3 mm at the terminal
side.
Connections
The following information discusses connecting the NOM 252 00 on fiber cable, adding a new
mode to the network, and repairing the break in the cable.
NOTE: When a new network is assembled, it is recommended that you connect all cables before
powering up the system. Connect fiber optic cables as described previously in this section.
Adding a New Node to the Network
If a new node is added to an existing network in order to extend the network (at the end of any
configuration), then a new node may be connected first by fiber cable and then hot-swapped to the
backplane to avoid errors to the existing network.
If a new node is added to the middle of the network, disconnect the fiber optic cables from one side
of the existing NOM 252 module, and connect to port 1 or 2 of the new node. Additional fiber optic
cable then needs to be connected to the second port of the new NOM 252 and to the next
NOM 252 in the network. Finally, hot-swap the new NOM 252 to the backplane.
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Repairing the Break in the Cable
Because the NOM 252 00 will stop transmitting in the direction from which it receives no signal,
replaceing a broken fiber optic cable and reconnectioning do not suffice to re-establish
communication over that segment. Hot-swapping only one NOM 252 at the repaired connections
is required to complete the connection.
NOTE: Breakage of any fiber connectors or fiber optic cables is the equivalent to breaking the trunk
cable in a copper-based Modbus Plus network.
For the self-healing ring configuration, repairing the first break in the fiber optic network has to be
scheduled when one of the units on either side of the repaired break can be hot-swapped, without
creating further problems by disconnecting the node.
NOTE: Self-healing configurations are not considered as redundant networks. Redundant
networks yield a high system availability.
Calculations
Use the following formula to calculate the number of NOM 252 00 modules in a fiber network:
Step
Action
1
The total allowable pulse width distortions and jitter are limited to 20% of the bit
period and is 200 nsec for the full fiber optic network.
2
The jitter contributed by the NOM 252 is 5 nsec max.
3
Jitter contributed by fiber optic repeaters (if used) is 40 nsec.
4
Use the following formula to determine the number (N) of chained repeaters:
where "L" is the total cable length (km), and "X" is the jitter (added by the fiber
optic cable) in nsec/km:
X = 3 ns/km for 50/125 micron meters
5 ns/km for 62.5/125 micron meters
7.5 ns/km for 100/140 micron meters
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Power Dissipation
4 W (typical)
Bus Current required
780 mA
External Power
Not required
Communication Ports
Communication Ports
Optical Ports
2 (consisting of an optical receiver and transmitter)
Modbus Port
1 RJ45 (phone jack-type) connector
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Power Up
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Processor
Runtime
RAM
RAM Address
Executive Checksum
Optical Transmission
Optical Transmission
Interface
ST-Type connector
PulseWidth Disstortion and Jitter
5 ns or better
Wavelength
820 nm
Power Loss Budget (includes 3 dB
of system margins)
50/125 micron fiber -6.5 dB
62.5/125 micron fiber -11 dB
100/140 micron fiber -16.5 dB
Maximum distance for point-to- point 2 km over 50 micron fiber
connection
3 km over 62.5 micron fiber
3 km over 100 micron fiber
Maximum System Length in Self
Healing Ring Configuration
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Optical Transmitter Specifications
Optical Power (Measured
with 1 m test fiber)
-12.8 ... -19.8 dBm average power in 50/125 micron fiber cable
-9.0 ... -16 dBm average power in 62.5/125 micron fiber cable
-3.5 ... -10.5 dBm average power in 100/140 micron fiber cable
Rise/Fall Time
20 ns or better
Silence (OFF leakage)
-43 dBm
Optical Receiver Specifications
Optical Receiver Specifications
176
Receiver Sensitivity
-30 dBm average power
Dynamik range
-20 dB
Detected Silence
-36 dBm
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Quantum Ethernet Modules
Quantum Ethernet Modules
Introduction
This part provides information about the different Ethernet modules of the Quantum product series.
What Is in This Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Chapter Name
Page
17
140 NOE xxx xx: Ethernet Module General Overview
179
18
140 NOE 211 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-T Ethernet Module
189
19
140 NOE 251 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
195
20
140 NOE 311 00: SY/MAX 10Base-T Ethernet Module
201
21
140 NOE 351 00: SY/MAX 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
207
22
140 NOE 771 00: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module
213
23
140 NOE 771 01: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module
219
24
140 NOE 771 10: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet Module
225
25
140 NOE 771 11: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet Module
233
26
140 NWM 100 00: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast HMI Ethernet Module
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140 NOE xxx xx: Ethernet Module General Overview
At a Glance
This chapter contains general information about the 140 NOE ••• •• and 140 NWM 100 00 Ethernet
modules.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
General Information
180
Modicon Quantum Ethernet Modules Overview
181
Indicators for Ethernet Modules
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General Information
Introduction
This part provides information on the following Quantum Ethernet Modules:
Ethernet Module
Communication Channels
Bus Current
Required
140 NOE 211 00
1 10Base-T Ethernet network (RJ-45) port
1A
140 NOE 251 00
1 10Base-FL Ethernet network (ST-45) port
1A
140 NOE 311 00
One 10BASE-T Ethernet network (RJ45) port.
1A
140 NOE 351 00
Two 10BASE-FL Ethernet network (ST-style) port.
1A
140 NOE 771 00
100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port
10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port
750 mA
140 NOE 771 01
100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port
10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port
750 mA
140 NOE 771 10
FactoryCast
100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port
10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port
750 mA
140 NOE 771 11
FactoryCast
100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port
10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port
750 mA
140 NWM 100 00
100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port
10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port
900 mA
TCP/IP Ethernet Modules
Quantum TCP/IP Ethernet modules make it possible for a Quantum controller to communicate with
devices on an Ethernet network using TCP/IP - the de facto standard protocol. An Ethernet module
may be inserted into an existing Quantum system and connected to existing Ethernet networks via
fiber optic or twisted pair cabling.
Sy/Max Ethernet Modules
Quantum Sy/Max Ethernet modules are Interfaces that can be placed in a Quantum backplane, to
connect Quantum controllers to Sy/Max devices and applications.
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Modicon Quantum Ethernet Modules Overview
Overview
The following information provides overviews of all Modicon Quantum Ethernet modules.
General Description
The Modicon Quantum Ethernet module, shown below, is one of the latest models in a line of
Modicon Quantum Ethernet TCP/IP modules designed to make it possible for a Modicon Quantum
PLC to communicate with devices over an Ethernet network. The electronics for the Ethernet
modules are contained in a standard Modicon Quantum single-width case that takes up one slot in
a Modicon Quantum backplane. The module, which is capable of being hot swapped, can be
plugged into any available slot in the backplane.
The NOE 771 x0 and NOE 771 x1 modules provide real-time peer-to-peer communications and
I/O scanning and a Modbus/TCP server. The included HTTP services provide maintenance and
configuration utilities to the module.
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Front View
The following figure shows the front of the NOE 771 00 Ethernet module as an example for all
Ethernet modules.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
182
model number, module description, color code
LED display
IP Address writable area
Global address label
100 BASE-FX MT-RJ cable connector
10/100 BASE-T RJ-45 cable connector
removable door
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Key Ethernet Services
The key Ethernet services of the 140 NOE 771 (-00, -01, -10, -11) and 140 NWM 100 00 models
are listed below:
Service
-00 -01
-10
-11
NWM
HTTP Server (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network Modules,
User Manual)
X
X
X
X
X
FTP Server (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network Modules,
User Manual)
X
X
X
X
X
Flash File System (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network
Modules, User Manual)
X
X
X
X
X
BOOTP Client (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network Modules, X
User Manual)
X
X
X
X
Address Server (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network
Modules, User Manual)
X
X
X
X
SNMP V2 Agent (Network Management Service) (see Modicon Quantum with X
Unity, Ethernet Network Modules, User Manual)
X
X
X
X
Modbus Messaging (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network
Modules, User Manual)
X
X
X
X
X
I/O Scanner (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network Modules,
User Manual)
X
X
X
Hot Standby
X
X
Global Data (Publish/Subscribe) (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet
Network Modules, User Manual)
X
X
Bandwidth Monitoring (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network
Modules, User Manual)
X
X
Faulty Device Replacement (Server) (see Modicon Quantum with Unity,
Ethernet Network Modules, User Manual)
X
X
Enhanced Web Diagnosis (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet
Network Modules, User Manual)
X
X
X
Schneider Private MIB (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network
Modules, User Manual)
X
X
X
FactoryCast Application (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet Network
Modules, User Manual)
X
X
X
User-programmed Web pages
X
X
X
JAVA Virtual Machine
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Service
-00 -01
-10
-11
Fiber optic connection
X
X
X
X
RJ-45 connection
X
X
X
X
Time Synchronization Service (see Modicon Quantum with Unity, Ethernet
Network Modules, User Manual)
Electronic Mail Notification Service (see Modicon Quantum with Unity,
Ethernet Network Modules, User Manual)
NWM
X
X
X
NOTE: In the detailed description of the key features, only modules in the NOE family are named.
The features are also available for the 140 NWM 100 00 module, depending on the listed
properties in the above table.
NOTE: In Unity Pro software, the 140 NWM 100 00 module is set in the TCP/IP Regular Network
family, although it belongs to the TCP/IP FactoryCast network family. So, the services listed above
(I/O scanning, Global Data, address server, Bandwidth monitoring) are not supported by the
module. However, they can be selected in the TCP/IP regular network configuration in Unity Pro.
(Even if they are configured, those services won’t work with the module.)
Maximum Number of Networks per CPU
The following table summarizes the maximum number of networks per CPU, where "networks"
means the sum of NOE, MODBUS+ and any other communication modules:
184
Modicon Quantum CPU Type
Supported Number of networks
140 CPU 311 10
2
140 CPU 434 12A
6
140 CPU 534 14A
6
140 CPU 651 50
6
140 CPU 651 60
6
140 CPU 671 60
6
140 CPU 672 61
6
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Front Panel Components
The front panel of the Ethernet modules contains identification markings, color codes, and LED
displays. A writable area for an IP address, a global address label, and two Ethernet cable
connectors is located behind the removable front panel door.
The following table provides a description of the front panel components that are shown in following
figure:
Component
Description
LED Indicator Panel
(see page 186)
Indicates the operating status of the module, and the fiber optic
or Ethernet communications network to which it is connected.
IP Address Area
Provides a writable area to record the module’s assigned IP
address.
Global Address Label
Indicates the module’s global Ethernet MAC address assigned
at the factory.
100 BASE-FX Connector
Provides an MT-RJ socket for connection to a 100-megabit
fiber-optic Ethernet cable.
10/100 BASE-T Connector Provides an RJ-45 socket for connection to a shielded, twisted
pair Ethernet cable.
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Indicators for Ethernet Modules
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 771 00 LED indicators as a placeholder for all other Ethernet
modules:
Description
The following table shows the LED descriptions:
LED
Color
Description
Active
Green
Indicates the backplane is configured.
Ready
Green
Indicates module is healthy.
Fault
Red
Flashes when the NOE is in crash state.
Run
Green
Flashes to indicate diagnostic code, as described below.
Coll.
Red
Flashes when Ethernet collisions occur.
Link
Green
On when Ethernet link is active.
Tx Act
Green
Flashes to indicate Ethernet transmission.
Rx Act
Green
Flashes to indicate Ethernet reception.
10MB
Green
On when the module is connected to a 10-Megabit network.
100MB
Green
On when the module is connected to a 100-Megabit network.
Fduplex
186
On when Ethernet is operating in the full duplex mode.
Kernel
Amber
On when in Kernel Mode.
Flashing while in download mode.
Appl
Green
On when crash log entry exists.
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Run LED Status
The following table lists each available state of the Run LED indicator and provides diagnostic
information for that state in both the 140 NOE 771x1 module and the 140 NWM 100 module.
Indicator State
Status for 140NOE771x1
Status for 140NWM100
On (steady)
Normal operation: The NOE
module is ready for network
communication.
Normal operation: The NOE
module is ready for network
communication.
Number of flashes in sequence
1
Not used
Not used
2
Not used
Not used
3
No Link: the network cable is not
connected or is defective
No Link: the network cable is not
connected or is defective
4
Duplicate IP address: The module Duplicate IP address: The module
will be set to its default IP address. will stay off-line.
5
No IP address: The module is
No IP address: The module is
attempting to obtain an IP address attempting to obtain an IP address
from a BOOTP server.
from a BOOTP server. Module is
set to its default IP address.
6
Using default IP address
Invalid IP configuration. (Likely
cause: Default gateway is not on
the same subnet mask.) Module is
set to its default IP address.
7
No valid executive NOE present
No valid executive NOE present
8
Not used
Not used
9
-
Flash file system inoperative.
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140 NOE 211 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-T Ethernet Module
140 NOE 211 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-T Ethernet Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOE 211 x0 Module.
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, User Guide for the
Quantum NOE 211/251 Ethernet Module
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
190
Indicators
191
Specifications
192
Installation
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Presentation
Function
The Ethernet TCP/IP module for twisted pair cabling provides an interface to Ethernet networks for
the Quantum Automation Series system.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Ethernet TCP/IP NOE 211 x0 module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
190
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
Global Address Label
Transmit Cable Connector
Receive Cable Connector
Removable door
Customer Identification Label, (Fold label and place it inside door)
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 211 x0 LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the NOE 211 x0 LED descriptions.
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet link to hub is ok.
Kernel
Amber
If steady, module is operating in kernel mode. If flashing,
module is waiting for download.
Fault
Red
An error has been detected, a download has failed or a reset is
in process.
Coll
Red
If steady, cable is not connected. If flashing, Ethernet collisions
are occurring.
Appl
Amber
Entry exists in crash log.
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Specifications Table
Specifications Table
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Power Dissipation
5W
Bus Current required
1A
Protocol
Ethernet ports transmit and receive Modbus commands
encapsulated in TCP/IP protocol.
Ports
One 10BASE-T Ethernet network (RJ-45) port.
Data Transfer Frequency
10 Mbps
Compatibility with
Quantum Controllers
All, V2.0 at a minimum
Factory Cast
140 NOE 211 10 only
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Installation
Installing the NOE Module
Quantum Ethernet TCP/IP modules come fully configured. However, before installing your module,
you should make sure the default configuration is appropriate for your network.
If the module will be communicating on an open network, consult your network administrator to
obtain a unique IP network address. You must enter this address in the Modsoft Ethernet TCP/IP
configuration extension screen before installing the module.
If the module will be communicating on a local network, make sure the default IP network address
is not already in use on that network. To determine the default IP network address, locate the
global address label on the front panel of the module. Convert the rightmost eight digits from
hexadecimal to decimal. The result should be a decimal number in the form, 84.xxx.xxx.xxx, where
each group of xxx is a number from 0 to 255. This is the default IP network address.
Installation Example
The following example shows the steps for discovering the default IP network address.
Step
Action
1
Locate the global address label on the front panel of the module.
2
Note the rightmost eight digits.
3
Convert them from hexadecimal to decimal. Each pair of hexadecimal numbers will
result in a decimal number between 0 and 255. This is the default IP address.
4
If you use the default IP network address and if your network uses Ethernet II framing
and if you do not need to specify the default gateway or a subnet mask, then you may
install the module without changing the default configuration.
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CAUTION
UNEXPECTED EQUIPMENT BEHAVIOR
Do not connect this module to your network until you have ensured that its IP
address will be unique on the network.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
CAUTION
UNEXPECTED EQUIPMENT BEHAVIOR
The cable for an Ethernet module must be routed through an Ethernet hub for the
network to function properly. Do not connect the module directly to another device.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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140 NOE 251 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
140 NOE 251 x0: TCP/IP 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOE 251 x0 Module.
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, User Guide for the
Quantum NOE 211/251 Ethernet Module
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
196
Indicators
197
Specifications
198
Installation
199
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Presentation
Function
The Ethernet TCP/IP modules for fiber optic cabling provide an interface to Ethernet networks for
the Quantum Automation Series system.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Ethernet TCP/IP NOE 251 x0 module.
1
2
3
4
6
5
6
196
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
Global Address Label
Transmit Cable Connector
Receive Cable Connector
Removable door
Customer Identification Label, (Fold label and place it inside door)
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 251 x0 LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the NOE 251 x0 LED descriptions.
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet link to hub is ok.
Kernel
Amber
If steady, module is operating in kernel mode. If flashing,
module is waiting for download.
Fault
Red
An error has been detected, a download has failed or a reset is
in process.
Coll
Red
If steady, cable is not connected. If flashing, Ethernet collisions
are occurring.
Appl
Amber
Entry exists in crash log.
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Specifications Table
Specifications Table
198
Power Dissipation
5W
Bus Current required
1A
Protocol
Ethernet ports transmit and receive Modbus commands
encapsulated in TCP/IP protocol
Ports
One 10BASE-FL Ethernet network (ST-style) port.
Data Transfer Frequency
10 Mbps
Compatibility with
Quantum Controllers
All, V2.0 at a minimum
Factory Cast
140 NOE 251 10 only
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Installation
Installing the NOE Module
Quantum Ethernet TCP/IP modules come fully configured. However, before installing your module,
you should make sure the default configuration is appropriate for your network.
If the module will be communicating on an open network, consult your network administrator to
obtain a unique IP network address. You must enter this address in the Modsoft Ethernet TCP/IP
configuration extension screen before installing the module.
If the module will be communicating on a local network, make sure the default IP network address
is not already in use on that network. To determine the default IP network address, locate the
global address label on the front panel of the module. Convert the rightmost eight digits from
hexadecimal to decimal. The result should be a decimal number in the form, 84.xxx.xxx.xxx, where
each group of xxx is a number from 0 to 255. This is the default IP network address.
Installation Example
The following example shows the steps for discovering the default IP network address.
Step
Action
1
Locate the global address label on the front panel of the module.
2
Note the rightmost eight digits.
3
Convert them from hexadecimal to decimal. Each pair of hexadecimal numbers will
result in a decimal number between 0 and 255. This is the default IP address.
4
If you use the default IP network address and if your network uses Ethernet II framing
and if you do not need to specify the default gateway or a subnet mask, then you may
install the module without changing the default configuration.
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CAUTION
UNEXPECTED EQUIPMENT BEHAVIOR
Do not connect this module to your network until you have ensured that its IP
address will be unique on the network.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
CAUTION
UNEXPECTED EQUIPMENT BEHAVIOR
The cable for an Ethernet module must be routed through an Ethernet hub for the
network to function properly. Do not connect the module directly to another device.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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140 NOE 311 00: SY/MAX 10Base-T Ethernet Module
140 NOE 311 00: SY/MAX 10Base-T Ethernet Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOE 311 00 Module.
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, Quantum Sy/Max
Ethernet Network Option Module Guide
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
202
Indicators
204
Specifications
205
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Presentation
Function
The Quantum SY/MAX Ethernet module for twisted pair cabling provides an interface for the
Quantum Automation Series system to SY/MAX devices via Ethernet.
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 311 00 SY/MAX Ethernet module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
202
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
Global Address Label
RJ-45 Connector
Removable door
Customer Identification Label, (Fold label and place it inside door)
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SY/MAX Addressing
Be sure that the module is assigned a unique SY/MAX drop number during configuration.
WARNING
UNEXPECTED APPLICATION BEHAVIOR
Do assign a unique SY/MAX drop number during configuration.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment
damage.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 311 00 LED indicators.
Description
The following figure shows the NOE 311 00 LED descriptions.
204
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet connection is made.
Kernel
Amber
On during download.
Fault
Red
An error condition has occurred.
Collision
Red
If steady, an error condition exists. If flashing, packet
collisions are occurring on the network during data
transmission.
Appl
Amber
A fatal error has occurred.
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Specifications
General Specification
General Specification
Bus Current required
1A
Communication Port
One 10BASE-T Ethernet network (RJ45) port.
Backplane Compatibility
(Requires Quantum CPU)
3, 4, 6, 10, and 16 position backplanes
Compatibility SY/MAX
802.3 Devices and
Software
Model 450
Model 650
SFI160
SFW390-VAX
Streamline Version 1.3
Cable Type
Cable Type
10Base-2 or ThinWire
Ethernet
2, 3, 4, or 6 twisted pairs with a solid copper core
10Base-T (twisted pair)
RG58a/u or RG58C/U coaxial (Belden 9907/82907 or
equivalent)
Wire Size
Wire Size
10Base-2 or ThinWire
Ethernet
20 AWG
10Base-T (twisted pair)
22, 24, 26 AWG
Topology
Topology
10Base-2 or ThinWire
Ethernet
Bus
10Base-T (twisted pair)
Star
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Connector
206
10Base-2 or ThinWire
Ethernet
BNC (UG-274)
10Base-T (twisted pair)
Modular RJ-45 (4 pins of 8 are used by 10Base- T
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140 NOE 351 00: SY/MAX 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
140 NOE 351 00: SY/MAX 10Base-FL Ethernet Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOE 351 00 Module.
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, Quantum Sy/Max
Ethernet Network Option Module Guide
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
208
Indicators
210
Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The Quantum SY/MAX Ethernet module for fiber optic cabling provides an interface for the
Quantum Automation Series system to SY/MAX devices via Ethernet.
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 351 00 SY/MAX Ethernet module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
208
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
Global Address Label
Transmit Cable Connector
Receive Cable Connector
Removable door
Customer Identification Label, (Fold label and place it inside door)
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SY/MAX Addressing
Be sure that the module is assigned a unique SY/MAX drop number during configuration.
WARNING
UNEXPECTED APPLICATION BEHAVIOR
Do assign a unique SY/MAX drop number during configuration.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment
damage.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 351 00 LED indicators.
Description
The following figure shows the NOE 351 00 LED descriptions.
210
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet connection is made.
Kernel
Amber
On during download.
Fault
Red
An error condition has occurred.
Collision
Red
If steady, an error condition exists. If flashing, packet
collisions are occurring on the network during data
transmission.
Appl
Amber
A fatal error has occurred.
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Specifications
General Specification
General Specification
Bus Current required
1A
Communication Port
Two 10BASE-FL Ethernet network (ST-style) port.
Backplane Compatibility
(Requires Quantum CPU)
3, 4, 6, 10, and 16 position backplanes
Compatibility SY/MAX
802.3 Devices and
Software
Model 450
Model 650
SFI160
SFW390-VAX
Streamline Version 1.3
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140 NOE 771 00: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module
140 NOE 771 00: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOE 771 00 Module.
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, User Guide for the
Quantum NOE 771 Ethernet Module
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
214
Indicators
217
Specifications
218
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Presentation
Function
The Quantum 140 NOE 771 00,10/100 Ethernet module is the latest model in a line of Quantum
Ethernet TCP/IP modules designed to make it possible for a Quantum Programmable Logic
Controller (PLC) to communicate with devices over an Ethernet network.
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Illustration
The following figure shows the front of the NOE 771 00 Ethernet module.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
IP Address Writable Area
Global Address Label
100 Base Fx MT-RJ Cable Connector
10/100 Base-T RJ-45 Cable Connector
Removable door
Front Panel Components
The front panel of the NOE 771 00 module contains identification marking, color code, and LED
display. A writable area for an Internet Protocol (IP) address, a global address label, and two
Ethernet cable connectors is located behind the removable front panel door.
The following table provides a description of the front panel components which are shown in front
view figure.
216
Component
Description
LED indicator Panel
Indicates the operating status of the module, and the fiber optic and
Modbus communications networks it is connected to. (See
Indicators, page 217)
IP Address Writable
Area
Provides a writable area to record the module’s assigned IP
address.
Global Address Label
Indicates the module’s global Ethernet MAC address assigned at
the factory.
100 BASE-FX
Connector
Provides an MT-RJ receptacle for connection to a 100 megabit fiber
optic Ethernet cable.
10/100BASE-T
Connector
Provides an RJ-45 receptacle for connection to a shielded, twisted
pair Ethernet cable.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the 140 NOE 771 00 LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the 140 NOE 771 00 LED descriptions.
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet link to hub is ok.
Kernel
Amber
If steady, module is operating in kernel mode. If flashing,
module is waiting for download.
Fault
Red
An error has been detected, a download has failed or a reset is
in process.
Coll
Red
If steady, cable is not connected. If flashing, Ethernet collisions
are occurring.
Appl
Amber
Entry exists in crash log.
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Specifications Table
Specifications Table
Power Dissipation
218
3.8 W
Bus Current required
750 mA
Protocol
Ethernet ports transmit and receive Modbus commands
encapsulated in TCP/IP protocol
Ports
One 100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port.
One 10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port.
Fuse
none
Factory Cast
no
I/O Scanner
yes
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140 NOE 771 01: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module
140 NOE 771 01: TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information of the 140 NOE 771 01 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
220
Indicators
221
Specifications
223
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Presentation
Function
The Ethernet TCP/IP module for twisted pair cabling provides an interface to Ethernet networks for
the Quantum Automation Series system.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Ethernet TCP/IP 140 NOE 771 01 module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
220
model number, module description, color code
LED display
global address label
MT-RJ fiber optic connector
RJ-45 connector
removable door
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the 140 NOE 771 01 LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the 140 NOE 771 01 LED descriptions.
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet link to hub is ok.
Kernel
Amber
If steady, module is operating in kernel mode. If flashing, module is
waiting for download.
Fault
Red
An error has been detected, a download has failed or a reset is in
process.
Coll
Red
If steady, cable is not connected. If flashing, Ethernet collisions are
occurring.
Appl
Amber
Entry exists in crash log.
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Run LED Status
The following table lists each available state of the run LED indicator and provides diagnostic
information for that state.
Indicator State
Status
On (steady)
Normal operation: The NOE module is ready for network communication.
Number of flashes in sequence
one
222
Not used
two
Not used
three
No link. The network cable is not connected or is defective.
four
Duplicate IP address. The module is set to its default IP address.
five
No IP address. The module is attempting to obtain an IP address from a
BootP server. The module is set to its default IP address.
six
Invalid IP configuration. (Likely cause: Default gateway is not on the same
subnet mask. The module is set to its default IP address.)
seven
No valid executive NOE is present.
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Specifications
Specifications Table
Specifications Table
Power Dissipation
3.8 W
Bus Current required
750 mA
Protocol
Ethernet ports transmit and receive Modbus commands
encapsulated in TCP/IP protocol.
Ports
One 100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port.
One 10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port.
Compatibility with
Quantum Controllers
All, V2.0 at a minimum
Factory Cast
no
I/O Scanner
yes
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140 NOE 771 10: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet Module
140 NOE 771 10: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet
Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information about the 140 NOE 771 10 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
226
Indicators
229
Specifications
231
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Presentation
Function
The Quantum 140 NOE 771 10,10/100 Ethernet module is the latest model in a line of Quantum
Ethernet TCP/IP modules designed to make it possible for a Quantum Programmable Logic
Controller (PLC) to communicate with devices over an Ethernet network.
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Illustration
The following figure shows the front of the NOE 771 10 Ethernet module.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
IP Address Writable Area
Global Address Label
100 Base Fx MT-RJ Cable Connector
10/100 Base-T RJ-45 Cable Connector
Removable door
Front Panel Components
The front panel of the NOE 771 10 module contains identification marking, color code, and LED
display. A writable area for an Internet Protocol (IP) address, a global address label, and two
Ethernet cable connectors is located behind the removable front panel door.
The following table provides a description of the front panel components which are shown in front
view figure.
228
Component
Description
LED indicator Panel
Indicates the operating status of the module, and the fiber optic and
Modbus communications networks it is connected to. (See
Indicators in this
IP Address Writable
Area
Provides a writable area to record the module’s assigned IP
address.
Global Address Label
Indicates the module’s global Ethernet MAC address assigned at
the factory.
100 BASE-FX
Connector
Provides an MT-RJ receptacle for connection to a 100 Megabit fiber
optic Ethernet cable.
10/100BASE-T
Connector
Provides an RJ-45 receptacle for connection to a shielded, twisted
pair Ethernet cable.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the NOE 771 10 LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the NOE 771 10 LED descriptions.
LED
Color
Description
Active
Green
Indicates the backplane is configured.
Ready
Green
Indicates module is healthy.
Fault
Red
Flashes when Ethernet collisions occur.
Run
Green
Flashes to indicate diagnostic code, as described in
"Run LED Status" (below).
Coll.
Red
Flashes when Ethernet collisions occur.
Link
Green
On when Ethernet link is active.
Tx Act
Green
Flashes to indicate Ethernet transmission.
Rx Act
Green
Flashes to indicate Ethernet reception.
Kernel
Amber
On when in Kernel Mode.
10MB
Green
On when the module is connected to a 10 Megabit
network.
100MB
Green
Fduplex
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Green
On when crash log entry exists.
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Run LED Status
The following table lists each available state of the Run LED indicator, and it provides diagnostic
information for that state
Indicator State
Status
On (steady)
Normal operation: The NOE module is ready for network
communication.
Number of flashes in sequence
230
one
Not used
two
Not used
three
No Link: the network cable is not connected or is defective
four
Duplicate IP address: The module will stay off-line.
five
No IP address: The module is attempting to obtain an IP
address from a BOOTP server.
six
Using default IP address
seven
No valid executive NOE present
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Specifications
Specifications Table
Specifications Table
Power Dissipation
3.8 W
Bus Current required
750 mA
Protocol
Ethernet ports transmit and receive Modbus commands
encapsulated in TCP/IP protocol
Ports
One 100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port.
One 10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port.
Fuse
none
Factory Cast
yes
I/O Scanner
no
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140 NOE 771 11: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet Module
140 NOE 771 11: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast Ethernet
Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information about the 140 NOE 771 11 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
234
Indicators
235
Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The Ethernet TCP/IP module for twisted pair cabling provides an interface to Ethernet networks for
the Quantum Automation Series system.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Ethernet TCP/IP 140 NOE 771 11 module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
234
model number, module description, color code
LED display
global address label
MT-RJ fiber optic connector
RJ-45 connector
removable door
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the 140 NOE 771 11 LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the 140 NOE 771 11 LED descriptions.
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet link to hub is ok.
Kernel
Amber
If steady, module is operating in kernel mode. If flashing, module is
waiting for download.
Fault
Red
An error has been detected, a download has failed or a reset is in
process.
Coll
Red
If steady, cable is not connected. If flashing, Ethernet collisions are
occurring.
Appl
Amber
Entry exists in crash log.
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Run LED Status
The following table lists each available state of the run LED indicator and provides diagnostic
information for that state.
Indicator State
Status
On (steady)
Normal operation: The NOE module is ready for network communication.
Number of flashes in sequence
one
236
Not used
two
Not used
three
No link. The network cable is not connected or is defective.
four
Duplicate IP address. The module is set to its default IP address.
five
No IP address. The module is attempting to obtain an IP address from a
BootP server. The module is set to its default IP address.
six
Invalid IP configuration. (Likely cause: Default gateway is not on the same
subnet mask. The module is set to its default IP address.)
seven
No valid executive NOE is present.
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Specifications
Specifications Table
Specifications Table
Power Dissipation
3.8 W
Bus Current required
750 mA
Protocol
Ethernet ports transmit and receive Modbus commands
encapsulated in TCP/IP protocol.
Ports
One 100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port.
One 10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port.
Compatibility with
Quantum Controllers
All, V2.0 at a minimum
Factory Cast
yes
I/O Scanner
yes
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140 NWM 100 00: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast HMI Ethernet Module
140 NWM 100 00: TCP/IP 10/100 FactoryCast HMI Ethernet
Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information about the 140 NWM 100 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
240
Indicators
241
Specifications
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Presentation
Function
The Ethernet TCP/IP module for twisted pair cabling provides an interface to Ethernet networks for
the Quantum Automation Series system.
Illustration
The following figure shows the Ethernet TCP/IP 140 NWM 100 00 module.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
240
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
IP Address Writable Area
Global Address Label
100 Base Fx MT-RJ Cable Connector
10/100 Base-T RJ-45 Cable Connector
Removable door
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the 140 NWM 100 00 LED indicators.
Description
The following table shows the 140 NWM 100 00 LED descriptions.
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Module is communicating with backplane.
Ready
Green
Module has passed internal diagnostic tests.
Run
Green
Flashes during normal operation.
Link
Green
Ethernet link to hub is ok.
Kernel
Amber
If steady, module is operating in kernel mode. If flashing,
module is waiting for download.
Fault
Red
An error has been detected, a download has failed or a reset is
in process.
Coll
Red
If steady, cable is not connected. If flashing, Ethernet collisions
are occurring.
Appl
Amber
Entry exists in crash log.
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Specifications Table
Specifications Table
Power Dissipation
242
4.5 W
Bus Current required
900 mA
Protocol
Ethernet ports transmit and receive Modbus commands
encapsulated in TCP/IP protocol.
Ports
One 100 BASE-FX Fiber optics (MT-RJ) port.
One 10/100BASE-T (RJ-45) port.
Compatibility with
Quantum Controllers
All, V2.0 at a minimum
Factory Cast
yes
I/O Scanner
no
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Quantum Field Bus Modules
Quantum Field Bus Modules
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Chapter 27
140 EIA 921 00: AS-i Master Communication Module
140 EIA 921 00: AS-i Master Communication Module
Purpose
This chapter contains information on the 140 EIA 921 00 AS-i master communications module.
NOTE: For detailed information see also Product Related Information, page 11, Modicon Quantum
AS-i Master Module EIA 921 00
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
246
Indicators
249
Wiring Diagram
252
Specifications
253
Parameter Configuration
254
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Presentation
Function
The Quantum AS-i Master Module provides AS-i communications between the bus master module
and the sensor/actuator slaves. One master module can control 31 slaves. Multiple master
modules can be used in a single control system.
These sensor/actuators can be in the local CPU, an RIO, or a DIO drop adapter.
NOTE: This module is not available to directly exploit analog slaves (profile 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4) on
an AS-i bus.
For detailed information see Modicon Quantum AS-i Master Module EIA 921 00 book Product
Related Information, page 11
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Front view of the AS-i module with LED Matrix detail and legend numbers:
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Legend
The following table provides a description of the functions of the equipment LEDs.
Item
Description
1
Display block comprising 4 status indicator lamps (LEDs) for displaying the
module operating modes:
 B (green, 1 LED): Indicates, when on, data exchange between module and
slave.
 Active (green, 2 LEDs): when on, indicates AS-i module being services by
the local CPU, RIO, or DIO drop adapter.
 F (red, 1 LED): indicates, when on steady, module fault. Flashing shows
external I/O fault (could indicate slave with address 0 or an AS-i bus
configuration fault.
248
2
Display block of 32 indicator lamps (0 - 31, green) for diagnostics of the AS-i bus
and display of the state of each slave connected to the bus.
3
AS-i (red): ON shows AS-i line not properly powered. Flashing shows automatic
addressing enabled and a slave is "prévu" but not connected. OFF shows
normal module function.
4
SLV/BUS (green): ON shows the LEDs 0-31 are in BUS display mode. Displays
the slaves on the bus.
5
I/O Status (green): On shows the LEDs 0-31 are in SLV display mode. Displays
the state of a selected slave.
6
Mode (Push Button): provides local diagnostics of the AS-i bus. Press this
button longer than 1 sec. to change the mode. In slave mode use the Address
Push Button to scroll among the 32 addresses.
7
Address (Push Button): Pressing this button (in slave mode) scrolls through the
slaves. Press longer than 1 sec. to reverse direction of the scroll.
8
AS-i Channel cable connector - connects module to AS-i cable and AS-i power
supply.
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Indicators
Ilustration
Diagram of the LED display:
Description
LED
Color
Description
Active
Green
Bus communication is present.
F
Red
Fault on the AS-i bus.
Steady: module fault
Flashing: bad bus configuration or slave address
B
Green
Communication exists between master and slaves.
0-31
Green
Slave indicators.
Each indicator lamp 1-31 corresponds to a slave address on the bus.



On: Slave is present.
Flashing: Slave is mapped but not detected, or detected but not mapped. It may also be
projected and detected, but not activated (bad profile or I/O code).
Off: Slave is neither mapped nor detected.
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LED Slave I/O Status
Slave mode (SLV) figure:
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LED Diagnostics
State of Indicator Lamps:
B
Active
F
Meaning
Corrective Action
Module switched off.
Switch the device on.
Operating in Protected
Mode (normal). Displaying
Outputs.
æ
Operating in Protected
Mode (normal). Displaying
Inputs.
æ
Fault on AS-i bus (selfprogramming possible).
Replace the faulty slave with a
new identical slave.
Fault on AS-i bus (selfConnect the terminal.
programming not possible).
Indicator
lamp is on.
Indicator
lamp is off.
AS-i power supply fault or
no slave on the AS-i bus.
1. Check AS-i power supply.
2. Check the continuity of the
AS-i bus cable.
Module self-tests in
progress.
æ
Indicator lamp
is flashing.
Indicator lamp is in
indeterminate state.
(1) Faulty slave ID is flashing.
(2) No slave ID numbers are flashing.
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Wiring Diagram
AS-i Cable Connection
Diagram for the AS-i cable connection
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Specifications
AS-i Specifications
Specifications for the 140 EIA 921 00 AS-i module:
Master profile
M2
Bus length
100m max, no repeaters
I/O
124 IN / 124 OUT
# slaves
31 max.
Power supply
30VDC @ 120mA max.
Scan time
156 msec x (n+2) if n < 31
156 msec x (n+1) if n = 31
Transmission
167 kbits/sec
Polarity reversal
Non-destructive
Bus current required
250mA max.
Power dissipation
2.5W max.
Installation
Local, RIO, DIO
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Parameter Configuration
Parameter and Default Values
Parameter Configuration Window
Name
Default Value
MAPPING
WORD (%IW-3x
%MW-4X)
INPUTS STARTING
ADDRESS
1
INPUTS ENDING
ADDRESS
13
OUTPUTS STARTING
ADDRESS
1
OUTPUTS ENDING
ADDRESS
9
254
Options
Description
1-65522
Address area where the input information from the
AS-i modules is mapped
1-65526
Address area where the output information to the
AS-i modules is mapped
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Name
Default Value
Options
Description
TASK
(Grayed if module in
other than local)
MAST
FAST
AUX0
AUX1
AUX2
AUX3
Fixed to MAST if module in other than local
OPERATING MODE
Protected
Configuration
Configuration Mode: all slaves are activated, i.e.
writing on outputs as well as reading from inputs is
done directly.
Protected Mode: Only those slaves with a
configuration on the AS-i bus which matches the
reference configuration are activated.
TIMEOUT STATE
Fallback to 0
HOLD LAST
VALUE
Determines the state of the I/O points in case of an
communication error
AUTOMATIC SLAVE 0
ADDRESSING
Disable
Enable
When this function is enabled a faulty slave can be
replaced by a slave of the same type without
stopping the AS-i bus.
Yes
When "Yes", the configuration is downloaded to
the slave and the slave is added to the list of
configured slaves
AS-i SLAVE CONFIGURATION
AS-i SLAVE 1
PROJECT
No
IO PROFILE
0
ID PROFILE
0
PARAMETERS
0
AS-i SLAVE 2-31
see AS-i SLAVE 1
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about slave profiles and capabilities.
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Part VII
Quantum Special Purpose / Intelligent Modules
Quantum Special Purpose / Intelligent Modules
Introduction
This part provides information of the Quantum Special Purpose / Intelligent Modules
What Is in This Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Chapter Name
Page
28
140 HLI 340 00: High Speed Latch and Interrupt Module
259
29
140 EHC 202 00: High Speed Counter Module
271
30
140 EHC 105 00: High Speed Counter Module
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Special Purpose / Intelligent Modules
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Chapter 28
140 HLI 340 00: High Speed Latch and Interrupt Module
140 HLI 340 00: High Speed Latch and Interrupt Module
Purpose
The following chapter provides information of the Quantum 140 HLI 340 00 Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
260
Indicators
262
Specifications
263
Wiring Diagram
265
Addressing
267
Parameter Configuration
268
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Presentation
Function
The High Speed Latch and Interrupt 24 VDC 16x1 Sink / Source input module accepts 24 VDC
inputs and is for use with 24 VDC sink/source input devices.
Illustration
The following figure shows the 140 HLI 340 00 module and its components.
1
2
3
4
5
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
Field Wiring Terminal Strip
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
NOTE: The field wiring terminal strip (Modicon #140 XTS 002 00) must be ordered separately.
(The terminal strip includes the removable door and label.)
NOTE: The tightening torque must be between 0.5 Nm and 0.8 Nm.
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NOTICE
DESTRUCTION OF ADAPTER



Before tightening the locknut to the torque 0.50...0.80 Nm, be sure to properly position the
right-angle F adapter connector.
During tightening, be sure to maintain the connector securely.
Do not tighten the right-angle F adapter beyond the specified torque.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following table shows the LED indicators for the 140 HLI 340 00 module.
Descriptions
The following table shows the LED descriptions for the 140 HLI 340 00 module.
LEDs
Color
Indication when ON
Active
Green
Bus communication is present.
1 ... 16
Green
The indicated point or channel is turned ON.
NOTE: Due to the speed of the module, LED indications do not represent the state of the input
signal, when the input signal is a short duration pulse.
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Module Type
16 IN individually isolated
External Power
Not required for this module
Power Dissipation
2.0 W/0.30 W x the number of points ON
Bus Current required
400 mA
I/O map
1 input word
Fault Detection
None
Indicators
Indicators
LEDs
Active 1...16 (green)-indicates point status
Operating Voltage and Input Current
Operating Voltage and Input Current
ON (voltage)
15...30 Vdc
OFF (voltage)
-3...+5 Vdc
ON (current)
2.0...8.0 mA
OFF (current)
0...0.5 mA
Maximum Input
Absolute Maximum Input Voltage
Continuous
30 Vdc
Input Protection
Input Protection
30 Vdc reverse polarity (diode protection)
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Isolation
Isolation
Point to Point
500 Vac rms for 1 minute
Point to Bus
1780 Vac rms for 1 minute
Response
Response
OFF - ON
30 μs (max)
ON - OFF
130 μs (max)
Fuses
Fuses
Internal
None
External
User discretion
Module Keying
Field Wiring Terminal Strip/Module Keying
264
Module Coding
ABE
Terminal Strip Coding
CDF
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Wiring Diagram
Illustration
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NOTE: Either shielded or unshielded signal cables may be used (the user should consider using
shielded wire in a noisy environment). Shielded types should have a shield tied to earth ground
near the signal ground.
N / C = Not Connected.
NOTE: The tightening torque must be between 0.5 Nm and 0.8 Nm.
NOTICE
DESTRUCTION OF ADAPTER



Before tightening the locknut to the torque 0.50...0.80 Nm, be sure to properly position the
right-angle F adapter connector.
During tightening, be sure to maintain the connector securely.
Do not tighten the right-angle F adapter beyond the specified torque.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
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Addressing
Flat Addressing
This module requires either 16 contiguous %I references or one %IW word. For a description of
how to access the input points, please refer to Discrete I/O Bit Numbering, page 26.
Topological Addressing
The following tables show the topological addresses for the 140HLI34000 module.
Topological addresses in Bit Mapping format:
Point
I/O Object
Comment
Input 1
%I[\b.e\]r.m.1
Value
Input 2
%I[\b.e\]r.m.2
Value
•••
Input 15
%I[\b.e\]r.m.15
Value
Input 16
%I[\b.e\]r.m.16
Value
Topological addresses in Word Mapping format:
Point
I/O Object
Comment
Inputword 1
%IW[\b.e\]r.m.1.1
Value
Used abbreviations: b = bus, e = equipment (drop), r = rack, m = module slot.
I/O Map Status Byte
There is no I/O map status byte associated with this module.
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Parameter Configuration
Module Placement
The 140 HLI 340 00 High Speed Interrupt module’s functionality depends on its location.
The following list shows the available modes depending on the location:
Local Rack: High Speed Inputs, Latch Inputs, Interrupts,
 Remote Rack: High Speed Inputs.

NOTE: The 140 HLI 340 00 module cannot be connected to a secondary rack.
Parameters and Default Values
Parameter Configuration Window
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Parameter Description
Name
Default Value
Options
Mapping
BIT (%I-1x)
WORD (%IW-3X)
Inputs Starting
Address
1
Inputs Ending
Address
16
Task
MAST
FAST
AUX0
AUX1
AUX2
AUX3
Input n
High Speed Input
Intp. Rise Edge
Intp. Fall Edge
Intp. Both Edges
Latch Rise Edge
Latch Fall Edge
Event n
0
1 - 127
Description
Channels
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only available in
local rack, latch
only in local- and
expansion rack
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Chapter 29
140 EHC 202 00: High Speed Counter Module
140 EHC 202 00: High Speed Counter Module
Purpose
The following chapter provides information of the Quantum 140 EHC 202 00 High Speed Counter
Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
272
Specifications
274
Controlling and Timing
276
Functions
278
Operating Conditions and Examples
280
Addressing
283
I/O Map and Commands
284
Indicators
301
Wiring
302
Maintenance
309
Parameter Configuration
310
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Presentation
Function
The 140 EHC 202 00 is a two-channel module best suited for high-speed counting applications up
to 500 kHz or for applications that require a quadrature counter interface.
Operating Modes
The following operating modes are possible:
16-bit counters on one or both channels with two outputs, configurable for incremental or
quadrature mode
 32-bit counter that uses both channels with two outputs, configurable for incremental or
quadrature mode
 32-bit counters on one or both channels with no outputs, configurable for incremental or
quadrature mode
 16-bit counters on one or both channels with no outputs, in rate-sample mode for incremental
or quadrature encoders

Outputs
Two FET output switches exist for each counter. They turn on when the counter reaches
programmed setpoint or maximum values in up-count/down-count operations.
The outputs can be turned off by changes in counter values, software commands, or a hard wired
reset from the field.
Each of the outputs can be configured as follows:
 Output latched on at setpoint
 Output latched on at a terminal count
 Output timed on at setpoint, with a time range of 0 ... 16 383 ms (only one of the four possible
outputs can be configured for this mode)
 Output timed on at a terminal count, with a time range of 0 ... 16 383 ms (only one of the four
possible outputs can be configured for this mode)
Inputs

272
Single ended or differential
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Illustration
The following figure shows the EHC 102 module and its components.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
Fuse Cutouts
Field Wiring Terminal Strip
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
NOTE: The field wiring terminal strip (Modicon #140 XTS 002 00) must be ordered separately.
(The terminal strip includes the removable door and label.)
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Module Type
High Speed Counter Module
Number of Channels
2
External Power
19,2 ... 30 VDC, 24 VDC nominal, 50 mA reqired
plus the load current for each output.
Power Dissipation
4+(0.4 x total modul load current)
Bus Current required
650 mA
I/O Map
6 words IN, 6 words OUT
Isolation (channel to bus)
1780 VAC rms for 1 minute
Fault detection
Blown fuse detect; loss of 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B output
field power
Fusing
internal: 2.5 (P/N 043503948 or equivalent)
external: user discretion
Backplane Support
Local, remote or distributed
Counter Inputs
Counter inputs
Operating mode
incremental or quadratur
Input voltage
30 V max. continuous
Data formats
16 bit counter: 65.535 Decimal
32 bit counter: 2.147.483.647 Decimal
Discrete Inputs
Discrete inputs
274
Operating mode
incremental or quadratur
Input voltage
30 V max. continuous
Input resistence
10 kohms
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Input threshold
Input threshold
single ended mode
VREF supply
On state
Off state
5 VREF DC
0 ... 2 V
3.5 ... 5.0 V
12 VREF DC
0 ... 5 V
7 ... 12 V
0 ... 11 V
13 ... 24 V
24 VREF DC
differential mode
1.8 VDC minimum
Discrete Outputs
Discrete outputs
FET Switch ON
supply - 0.4 V
FET Switch OFF
0 VDC (ground reference)
Max. load current (each output)
0,5 A
Output off state Leackage
0,4 A max @ 30 VDC
Output on state voltage drop
0.4 VDC @ 0,5 A
Output Levels
1A, 2A, 1B, 2B
Output Protection
36 V transorb for transient voltage suppression
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Controlling and Timing
Controlling the Module
Hardware inputs from the field can be used to:



Increment/decrement the input counters with serial pulses from encoders or other square wave
sources.
Set direction of count.
Reset the outputs.
Hardware inputs from the field and software commands are used together to:

Enable the count input.
Hardware inputs from the field or software commands can be used to:

Preset the input counter to zero or maximum count.
Software commands can be used to:










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Configure the counters for pulse (tachometer) or quadrature mode.
Configure for 16 or 32 bit counters, with or without output assertion.
Configure the module to operate in either count or rate-sample mode.
Option for outputs to operate or not operate if backplane bus communication is lost (i.e., a fault
condition).
Option for outputs to switch on when setpoint and/or maximum values are reached.
Define the setpoint and maximum count values.
Define ON time for outputs.
Disable outputs.
Read the input counter totalizing or rate sample values.
Retrieve the old (previous) input counter value after the counter has been preset.
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Timing Diagrams
The following figure shows the EHC20200 timing diagrams.
Timing Parameter Table
The following table shows the EHC20200 timing parameters.
Timing Parameters
Limits
Filter 200 Hz
Filter 200 Hz No Filter
500 khz
Tdly1
Count to Output Assertion Delay (MAX)
4.8 ms
40 μs
Tdly2
Preset/Reset to Output Delay (MAX)
4.8 ms
40 μs
Tpw1
Count/Reset Pulse Width (MIN)
2.5 ms
1 μs
Tpw2
Preset Pulse Width (MIN)
2.5 ms
500 μs
Tst
Enable/Reset/Preset to Count Setup Time (MIN)
2.5 ms
2 μs
Thold
Enable/Reset to Count Hold Time (MIN)
2.5 ms
2 μs
NOTE: The timing parameter limits are measures at the module field terminal connector at the logic
low threshold level.
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Functions
COUNT UP
The input counter is reset to zero if the count direction input is UP and a preset (hardware or
software) or Load Value command is sent to the module.
When counting in the UP direction, the input counter increments to the maximum value, the next
input pulse sets the counter to zero and it continues counting back up to the maximum value.
COUNT DOWN
The input counter is set to maximum count if the count direction is down and a preset (hardware
or software) or Load Value command is sent to the module.
When counting in the DOWN direction, the input counter is decremented from the maximum value
to zero. The next pulse resets the input counter to the Maximum value and the increment down
starts again.
REMOVE ENABLE
This function disables the input counter, causing it to stop incrementing and hold the count
accumulated prior to disabling.
OUTPUTS
When configured in the count mode, outputs will turn on for defined times when setpoints or
maximum values have been reached.
No output assertion in two, 32 bit counter mode or rate sample.
Programmed ON time for outputs can be set for one channel, one output and one trigger point only.
In a running controller, latched outputs are turned off only by a hardware RESET input. If no reset
is provided, the outputs latched on will turn off when the controller is stopped.
COUNTER PRESET
This is both a hardware and software function. In the event that both methods are used, the last
one executed has precedence.
An input counter will be automatically preset whenever a new maximum value or rate sample time
is loaded.
COUNTER ENABLE
Both hardware and software enables are required for an input counter to operate. An input counter
will be automatically software enabled whenever a new maximum value is loaded or a preset
(hardware or software) is sent to it.
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RATE SAMPLE VALUE
The rate sample value is held and may be accessed during count operations. The value read is
from the last configured and completed rate sample interval.
QUADRATURE MODE
When the module is configured for quadrature mode operation, the counter requires encoder
pulses on inputs A and B.
In quadrature mode, all input signal edges are counted. A 60 count/revolution encoder will produce
a count of 240 for one shaft rotation.
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Operating Conditions and Examples
Rate Sample
rate sample, the module must be:
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Configured for pulse or quadrature mode.
Configured for Rate Sample mode.
Loaded with the Rate Sample time value.
Enabled to count, using hardwired input and software control bits.
Pulse Count
unt pulses, the module must be:
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Configured for pulse or quadrature mode.
Configured for counter display: two, 16 bit, one, 32 bit, or two, 32 bit counters.
Loaded with the maximum count.
Enabled to count, using hardwired input and software control bits.
Pulse Count and Turning Outputs On/Off
To count pulses and turn outputs on and off, the module must be:
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Configured for pulse or quadrature mode.
Configured for two, 16 bit or one, 32 bit counter.
Configured to assert or not assert outputs at the programmed count values when the module
loses communication with the bus (fault condition).
Configured to specify if outputs turn on at a setpoint or maximum count, turn on at those points
for a specific amount of time, or remain latched. If latched, outputs can only be reset by a hard
wired input.
Loaded with setpoint values, maximum count values, and output assert time.
Enabled to count using hardwired input and software control bits.
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Counter Rollover Examples for Pulse Input
The following figure is an example of a counter rollover with pulse input, counting up.
Count is from 0 -> 10 (Maximum Count)
Output A turns on at Setpoint = 5
Output B turns on after Input Count = Maximum (Terminal) Count = 10
The following figure is an example of a counter rollover with pulse input, counting down.
Count is from 10 (Maximum Count) -> 0
Output A turns on at Setpoint = 5
Output B turns on after Input Count = 0
NOTE: Outputs are not latched.
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Counter Rollover Examples for Quadrature Input
The following figure is an example of a counter rollover with quadrature input, counting up.
Count is from 0 -> 10 (Maximum Count)
Output A turns on at Setpoint = 5
Output B turns on after Input Count = Maximum (Terminal) Count = 10
The following figure is an example of a counter rollover with quadrature input, counting down.
Count is from 10 (Maximum Count) -> 0
Output A turns on at Setpoint = 5
Output B turns on after Input Count = 0
NOTE: Outputs are not latched.
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Addressing
Flat Addressing
The 140EHC20200 high speed counter requires six contiguous 16-bit input words (%IW) and six
contiguous 16-bit output words (%QW).
Topological Addressing
Point
I/O Object
Comment
Input 1
%IW[\b.e\]r.m.1.1
Data
•••
Input 6
%IW[\b.e\]r.m.1.6
Data
Output 1
%QW[\b.e\]r.m.1.1
Data
Output 6
%QW[\b.e\]r.m.1.6
•••
Data
where:
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b = bus
e = equipment (drop)
r = rack
m = module slot
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I/O Map and Commands
Overview
The 140 EHC 202 00 high speed counter requires six contiguous output (4X) and six contiguous
input (3X) registers in the I/O map.
The 4X registers perform the same configuration tasks as in the Parameter Configuration. Also,
the preset and the enable inputs connected to the field wiring terminal block perform the same
functions as those software command control bits. When both methods are used to:
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Preset a counter – the last preset executed has precedence.
Enable/disable a counter – it will only be enabled when both the hardware enable input and
software enable control bit are in the enable state.
For simple applications, the parameter configuation rather than the I/O mapped registers can be
used to configure the module. Parameter configuration is only possible while the PLC is stopped.
The selected parameters take effect when the PLC is set to run. For applications that require that
module parameters be changed while the system is running, user logic can modify the I/O mapassigned registers to override the previously selected parameters.
When using either parameter configuration or I/O map registers, the maximum values specified in
the Load Values Command section are the largest values that can be used by the module.
The I/O Mapped registers discussed in this section are 4X output registers that:
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Preset and enable/disable input counters.
Load setpoint and maximum values to define output turn on points.
Set mode of operation, count, or rate sample.
Enable output switches and configures their mode of operation.
3X input registers that:
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Hold count or rate sample data.
Display field power status.
Echo 4X command data after the command is executed by the module.
Commands
There are four command that can be performed. Each uses one or more of both types of registers
assigned to the module. In addition to the command definition byte, the first 4X register for all
commands contain control bits to preset and enable/disable counters of either channel.
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Command 1 - CONFIGURES
Command 1 uses three 4X registers and six 3X registers (see below).
The following figure shows the 4X and 3X registers for command 1.
This command does the following:
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Sets up the module for pulse or quadrature input.
Sets up the module for count or rate-sample mode. Counters cannot be separately configured.
Defines counter register length – 16 or 32 bit.
Enables output assertion including module communication loss state. Output assertion is
available if configured for 2, 16 bit, or 1, 32 bit counter. No output assertion is available if 2, 32
bit counters are defined, or in rate-sample mode.
Defines output assertion point.
Command 2 - LOADS VALUES
There are four formats for this command. It uses up to six 4X registers and six 3X registers.
The following figure shows the format for registers 4X and 3X for command 2.
Values loaded may be the following.
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Maximum count and setpoint (i.e., output turn on times).
Output assertion ON time duration (one input only).
Rate sample time interval.
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Command 3 - READ INPUT COUNTER
Command 3 uses one 4X register and six 3X registers (see below).
The following figure shows the 4X and 3X registers for command 3.
Command 4 READS RATE SAMPLE or LAST INPUT COUNT BEFORE PRESET
Command 4 uses one 4X register and six 3X registers (see below).
The following figure shows the 4X and 3X registers for command 4.
NOTE: 4X register formats for the commands are described first. The 3X register contents after
issuing Command 1 or 2 are listed after the 4X register description for Command 2, since the
responses are the same for both. The 3X responses for Commands 3 and 4 immediately follow
those commands.
NOTE: When Command 0 (4X = 00XX) or any other undefined commands are asserted in the 4X
register, the 3X registers will contain the count inputs if in count mode (same as Command 3) and
the rate sample values when in rate-sample mode (same as Command 4).
Command Words Described
The following details the command words and responses.
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Command 1 - CONFIGURE, Output Register Format (4X = 01XX hex)
The following figure shows the 4x output register for command 1.
The following figure shows the 4x + 1 output register for command 1 (4X+1).
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The following figure shows the 4x +2 output register for command 1.
NOTE: The Output ON time specified in the Command 2 registers may be used by only one of the
four outputs. When more than one output is set to mode 5 or 6, the module firmware will operate
the first one encountered, and disable the other outputs set to modes 5 or 6.
Command 2. LOAD VALUES, Output Register Format (4X = 02XX hex)
The LOAD VALUES 4X register format depends on the Counter/Rate Sample mode selected in
Command 1, Register 4X+1, bits 11 and 12.
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Two 16 Bit Counters
If configured for two, 16 bit Counters - Output Assert ON, the following information is displayed.
The following figures show the counters for registers 4X through 4X+5 modules.
NOTE: Zero set into any 4X register means no change.
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One 32 Bit Counter
If configured for one, 32 bit Counter - Output Assert ON, the following information is displayed.
The following figure shows the counters for registers 4X through 4X+5, with low and high word.
NOTE: Zero set into any 4X register pair for 32 bit values or any 4X register means no change.
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Two 32 Bit Counters
If configured for 2, 32 bit Counters - NO Output Assert, the following information is displayed.
The following figures show the 4X through 4X+4 counters, with low and high word.
NOTE: Zero set into any 4X register pair for 32 bit values or any 4X register means no change.
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Rate Sample Mode
If configured for Rate Sample Mode, the following information is displayed.
The following figure shows the 4X through 4X+2 counters.
NOTE: Zero set into any 4X register or any 4X register pair for 32 bit values means no change.
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Command 1 and Command 2 Response Formats
The following figures show the 3X through 3X+5 response formats.
Command 3, READ INPUT COUNTER, Output Register Format (4X = 03XX hex)
The following figure shows the 4X register for command 3.
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Command 3 Response Format
The following figure shows the command 3 response format.
Command 4, READ RATE SAMPLE or READ LAST COUNT VALUE BEFORE MOST RECENT
PRESET, Output Register Format (4X = 04XX hex)
The following figure shows the 4x counters for command 4.
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Command 4 Response Format
The following figures show the counters for 3X through 3X+5 for command 4.
I/O Map Status Byte
The most significant bit in the I/O Map status byte is used for the 140 EHC 202 00 High Speed
Counter Module.
The following figure shows the map status byte register.
COUNT UP Example
Field connections for this example are illustrated in the EHC 202 wiring diagrams 1-4. The
maximum allowable Vref value is 30 VDC. Input pulse on-off threshold levels for the 5 ... 24 VDC
Vref range are listed in the module specification table. The minimum differential input is 1.8 V.
The following user logic:
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Configures the module to count up from zero.
Turns an output on for one count at a setpoint value of 50.
Continues counting to 100.
Rolls over to zero and turn on a second output for one count.
Repeats the operation.
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The following table shows the I/O Map register assignments.
Input Ref
Output Ref
300001-300006
400001-400006
In this example, block moves are used to load the operating parameters into the module. This
requires pre-defined tables be established. Register values are in HEX format.
Module Configuration Table
The following table shows the module configurations.
400101 0140
CONFIGURE command, Disable Counter 2
400102 0000
Pulse input, two 16 bit counters, output assert on Rate Sample OFF,
disable outputs at bus communication loss
400103 3100
Output 1A on at setpoint, Output 1B on at maximum count +1
Output 2A and 2B are disabled
400104 0000
400105 0000
Not used by this command
400106 0000
Load Values Table
The following table shows the load values.
400201 0243
LOAD VALUES command, disable Counter 2, preset and enable
Counter 1
400202 0064
Counter 1 maximum count, count after which Output 1B turns on
400203 0032
Counter 1 setpoint, count when Output 1A turns on
400204 0000
Counter 2 maximum count (not used in this example)
400205 0000
Counter 2 setpoint (not used in this example)
400206 0000
Output assert time (Not used in this example, one output only, fused
Zeros in the 4X registers also mean no change. Setpoint, maximum count and assert time can only
be set to zero using the parameter configuration. When the registers in this example are echoed,
zeros will appear but the actual content in the module will be unchanged from previous values. In
this example, Counter 2 is disabled and its outputs and timed assert have not been selected.
Registers 400204 - 6 have no meaning.
After the module executes the Configure and Load Value’s commands, they are echoed in the I/O
mapped 3X registers except for the command register’s low 8 bits. Command execution time by
the module is 1 ms. Actual time between the 4X register block move and the echo response display
in the 3X registers is dependent on User Logic and hardware configuration. An echo of the
Configuration command registers would appear as follows:
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Response Table
The following table shows the echo response for the configuration command.
Register
Value
300001
0100
300002
0000
300003
3100
300004
0000
300005
0000
300006
0000
Read Input Counter Table
The following table shows the read input registers.
40301
0300
40302
0000
40303
0000
40304
0000
40305
0000
40306
0000
READ INPUT COUNTER command
Not used by this command
When this command is issued, the content of the input pulse counter is retrieved. The 3X register
content would appear as follows:
Response table
The following table shows the content of the registers.
Register
Value
Description
300001
0300
Command echo
300002
XXXX
Current input count
300003
0000
Zeros as the count will not exceed 100. For counts above 65,536, this
register is a multiplier. As an example: 30002 has a value of 324 and
30003 a value of 3.The total count is (65,536 x 3) + 324 = 196,932
300004
0000
Counter 2 is disabled
300005
0000
Counter 2 is disabled
300006
0X00
X is the field power indicator
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Reset of Latched Outputs
If register 400103 in the Module Configuration Table has been set to 4200, Output 1A would have
been latched on at setpoint and Output 1B latched on at maximum count. Wiring Diagrams 2 and
4 show how the encoder Z outputs could be used to reset the latched outputs. The minimum pulse
width to reset outputs is 1 ms.
COUNT DOWN Example
The COUNT DOWN example uses the same wiring as in the count up example, except the Input
1B+ level is changed to common (connected to Vref-) for Pulse Inputs illustrated in Wiring
Diagrams 1 and 2. For Quadrature Inputs, no wiring change is required as the count direction is
decoded internally by sensing the phase shift change between inputs A and B.
The User Logic is the same as for the count example. The actual operation of the module is
different in that the output associated with maximum count turns on after zero count has been
reached.
The example configures the module to decrement the input count from the maximum value, turn
on an output at a setpoint value of 50, and turn on a second output after the input counter had
reached zero and rolled over to the maximum count; the operation is then repeated. The initial
loading of the maximum count will not cause its associated output to turn on.
RATE SAMPLE Example for Either Pulse or Quadrature Input
Field connections for this example are illustrated in the Wiring Diagrams1-4. The connections on
terminals 15 and 16 are optional, depending on the use requirements of the outputs. Terminals 39
and 40 always require the 24 VDC supply connections. The maximum allowable Vref value is 30
VDC. Input pulse on-off threshold levels for the 5 ... 24 VDC Vref range are listed in the module
specification table. The minimum differential input is 1.8 V.
As with count examples, tables are set up and transferred to the module using block moves. The
User Logic for Rate Sample is the same as that used for Pulse Input Count Up/Down.
Module Configuration Table
The following table shows the module configurations.
400101 0140
CONFIGURE command, Disable Counter 2
400102 1000
Pulse input, Rate Sample ON, disable outputs at bus
communication loss (Note: Bits 11 and 12 were not required.)
400103 0000
400104 0000
400105 0000
Not used by this command
400106 0000
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Load Values Table
The following table shows the load values.
400201 0243
LOAD VALUES command, disable Counter 2, preset and enable
Counter 1
400202 XXXX
Counter 1 Rate Sample Time in milliseconds
400203 0000
Counter 2 Rate Sample Time in milliseconds (Not used in this
example)
400204 0000
Not used by this command
400205 0000
400206 0000
NOTE: Command echoes are the same as described in the Pulse Input Count Up/Down examples.
Read Rate Sample Table
The following table shows a read rate sample.
400301 0400
READ INPUT COUNTER command
400302 0000
400303 0000
Not used by this command
400304 0000
400305 0000
400306 0000
When this command is issued, the input pulse counter content is retrieved. The 3X register content
is the count over the time period selected in the Load Values registers 4X + 1 and 4X + 2. The 3X
response to the Read-Rate Sample command in register 40301 is as follows.
Response Table
The following table shows the responses to the read rate sample command.
Register
Value
Description
300001
0400
Command echo
300002
XXXX
Counter 1 Input rate low word
300003
XXXX
Counter 1 Input rate high word: this register is a multiplier. As an
example: 30002 has a value of 324 and 30003 a value of 3.The
total count is (65,536 x 3) + 324 = 196,932
300004
0000
Counter 2 is disabled
300005
0000
Counter 2 is disabled
300006
0X00
X is the field power indicator
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Rate Sample Mode
NOTE: If a version 02.00 or higher module replaces a module which has a version number less
than 02.00 in a Rate Sample mode application, extra software configuration may be required.
Rate Sample mode is set using Command 1, CONFIGURE (01XX), 4X+1 register, bit 13 = 1 (see
the description of Command 1 in this section).
To verify the version of the module, reference the indicated label found on the top front of the
module.
The following figure shows the module’s label.
In modules prior to V02.00, when Rate Sample mode was selected, input was always handled as
if it were generated by a pulse encoder. For example, 60 count per revolution encoders, either
pulse or quadrature types, would give a rate of 60 for a one-second revolution when the interval
was set for one second.
NOTE: Beginning with V2.00 modules, if a quadrature type encoder is used to provide count input
and Pulse/Quadrature Input Counter 1 and 2, bits 9 or 10, are set to 1, the module will detect all
edges.
The result is four times the rate sample value as would be accumulated with an equivalent pulse
encoder input. In the example in the above paragraph, the rate sample would be equal to 240.
Encoder type selection is set using Command 1, CONFIGURE (01XX), 4X+1 register, bits 9 or 10
(see the description of Command 1 in this section).
If the Encoder Type select bits are set to 0, either type of encoder will produce the Rate Sample,
as did versions of the module that were lower than V02.00.
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Indicators
Illustration
The following figure shows the LED indicators for the EHC20200 High Speed Counter module.
Descriptions
The following table shows the LED descriptions for the EHC 202 00 high speed counter.
LEDs
Color
Indication when On
Active
Green
Bus communication is present
F
Red
Indicates internal fuse blown or loss of
output power supply
In 1
Green
Counter 1 input
En 1
Green
Enable Counter 1 input
Pre C1
Green
Preset Counter 1 input
Res 01
Green
Reset Output 1A, 1B
In 2
Green
Counter 2 input
En 2
Green
Enable Counter 2 input
Pre C2
Green
Preset Counter 2 input
Res 02
Green
Reset Output 2A, 2B
Out 1A
Green
Counter 1A output
Out 1B
Green
Counter 1B output
Out 2A
Green
Counter 2A output
Out 2B
Green
Counter 2B output
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Wiring
Signal overview
The following table shows the signal descriptions of the wiring diagram.
Parameter
INPUT A
Description/Usage
Single ended or differential count input or Phase A for quadrature mode.
Single ended (active low only) uses Input 1A+ and/or Input 2A+.
Input 1A- and/or Input 2A- are not connected. Differential input encoders use both plus (+)
and minus (-) inputs.
INPUT B
Direction level for non-quadrature devices or Phase B for quadrature mode.
Direction inputs for non-quadrature input devices are: Count Up = High Voltage Level; Count
Down = Low Voltage Level
For single ended Input devices, only Input 1B+ and/or Input 2B+ are used. Input 1B- and 2Bare not connected. Differential input encoders use both plus (+) and minus (-) inputs.
PRESET C
Presets count register(s). Low level causes preset.
For single ended Preset inputs, only Preset 1C+ and/or Preset 2B+ are used. Preset 1Cand 2C- are not connected. Differential input encoders use both plus (+) and minus (-)
inputs.
OUTPUT
RESET 0
Low level resets Outputs 1A, 1B, 2A, and 2B to OFF if latched.
ENABLE
Low level enables counting.
For single ended Reset inputs, only Reset 10+ and/or Reset 20+ are used. Reset 10- and
20- are not connected. Differential input encoders use both plus (+) and minus (-) inputs.
For single ended Enable inputs, only Enable 1+ and/or Enable 2+ are used. Enable 1- and
2- are not connected. Differential input encoders use both plus (+) and minus (-) inputs.
VREF
Field input device power source connection. Also, connect any unused (+) inputs to the
group VREF terminal or the one in use (30 Vdc max).
Group A = Terminal 17
Group B = Terminal 37
Group A and Group B VREF supplies can be different voltage levels.
302
LO FILTER
SEL
Enables the internal 200 Hz filter when connected to Return Terminal 39.
OUTPUT
Internal FET switches connect the output supply wired to Terminal 40 to the Output 1A, 1B,
2A, 2B terminals at output assert times.
POWER
SUPPLY
External 24 Vdc power supply (+) connection. Required for the module interface and for
Outputs 1A, 1B, 2A, and 2B.
RETURN
External 24 Vdc power supply (-) connection. Required for the module interface and for
Outputs 1A, 1B, 2A, and 2B.
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Miscellaneous Information
Field wire to Counter 2 inputs and outputs, when configured for one, 32 bit counter with output
assertion. The unused Counter 1 must have its + (plus) inputs connected to VREF+.
Input counts and parameters are not maintained in the module at power down. The rewrite of
parameters at power up must be done with either user logic or Modzoom-type preset panel
selections.
The 200 Hz filter for each counter can be activated by strapping the Lo Filter Sel terminal to the
Return terminal. This function provides noise immunity for low frequency applications and can also
be used for relay debounce.
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Wiring diagram 1
Basic wiring diagram showing single ended pulse input, counting up and constant enable.
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NOTE: Terminal description:
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Terminal 1 Pulse encoder input (sinking device)
Terminal 3 Input 1B count UP direction
Terminal 5 Unused hardwire Preset tied high
Terminal 7 Output Reset tied high, not required; outputs not used
Terminal 11 Hardware enabled
Terminal 15, 16 Outputs 1A and 1B operate relays
Terminal 17 Required VRef+ connection
Terminals 21, 23, 25, 27, 31, 37 Counter 2 not used. These terminals must be connected VRef+
Terminal 39 Required Output Supply Return
Terminal 40 Required Output Supply
N/C not connected
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Wiring Diagram 2
Wiring diagram showing differential pulse input, counting up and constant enable.
NOTE: Zero pulse resets Output 1A and 1B
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Wiring Diagram 3
Wiring diagram showing quadratur input with constant enable.
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Wiring Diagram 4
Wiring diagram showing differential quadrature input with constant enable.
NOTE: Zero pulse resets Output 1A and 1B
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Maintenance
Fuses
Fuses
Internal
2.5 (P/N 043503948 or equivalent)
External
user discretion
Fuse Location Figure
The following figure shows the locations of the fuses for the EHC 202 module..
NOTE: Turn off power to the module and remove the field wiring terminal strip to gain access to
the fuse.
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Parameter Configuration
Overview
This section provides information on the parameters, accessible in the Parameter Configuration
Screen.
Parameter Configuration Default Screen
This diagram shows the Parameter Configuration default screen
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Addressing and Task
This table shows the parameters for addressing and task with its values
Name
Value
Options
MAPPING
WORD
-
INPUTS STARTING ADDRESS
1
0-100000
INPUTS ENDING ADDRESS
6
-
OUTPUTS STARTING ADDRESS
1
0-100000
OUTPUTS ENDING ADDRESS
6
-
TASK
(Grayed if module in other than local)
MAST
FAST
AUX0
AUX1
AUX2
AUX3
NUMBER OF COUNTERS
This part of the parameter configuration screen depends on the choice made in the field: NUMBER
OF COUNTERS. Therefore you find four tables accordingly.
This table shows the parameters configuration screen for the entry: 2x16 WITH OUTPUT
Name
Value
Options
NUMBER OF COUNTERS
2x16 WITH OUTPUT
1x32 WITH OUTPUT
1x32 NO OUTPUT
RATE SAMPLE MODE
COUNTER 1 MODE CONTROL
QUADRATURE
INCREMENTAL
COUNTER 2 MODE CONTROL
QUADRATURE
INCREMENTAL
OUTPUT COIL 1A MODE
SET POINT
TIMED SET POINT
LATCHED SET POINT
TERMINAL COUNT
LATCHED TERMINAL
TIMED TERMINAL
0
0-65535
OUTPUT COIL 1B MODE
OUTPUT COIL 2A MODE
OUTPUT COIL 2B MODE
COUNTER 1 MAX COUNT
COUNTER 1 SET POINT
COUNTER 2 MAX COUNT
COUNTER 2 SET POINT
TIME OUTPUT ON
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This table shows the parameters configuration screen for the entry: 1x32 WITH OUTPUT
Name
Value
Options
NUMBER OF COUNTERS
1x32 WITH OUTPUT
2x16 WITH OUTPUT
1x32 NO OUTPUT
RATE SAMPLE MODE
COUNTER 2 MODE CONTROL
QUADRATURE
INCREMENTAL
OUTPUT COIL 2A MODE
SET POINT
TIMED SET POINT
LATCHED SET POINT
TERMINAL COUNT
LATCHED TERMINAL
TIMED TERMINAL
0
0-65535
OUTPUT COIL 2B MODE
COUNTER 2 MAX COUNT: LOW
WORD
COUNTER 2 MAX COUNT: HIGH
WORD
COUNTER 2 SET POINT: LOW
WORD
COUNTER 2 SET POINT: HIGH
WORD
TIME OUTPUT ON
This table shows the parameters configuration screen for the entry: 1x32 NO OUTPUT
Name
Value
Options
NUMBER OF COUNTERS
1x32 NO OUTPUT
2x16 WITH OUTPUT
1x32 WITH OUTPUT
RATE SAMPLE MODE
COUNTER 1 MODE CONTROL
QUADRATURE
INCREMENTAL
COUNTER 2 MODE CONTROL
QUADRATURE
INCREMENTAL
COUNTER 1 SET POINT: LOW
WORD
0
0-65535
COUNTER 1 SET POINT: HIGH
WORD
COUNTER 2 SET POINT: LOW
WORD
COUNTER 2 SET POINT: HIGH
WORD
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This table shows the parameters configuration screen for the entry: RATE SAMPLE MODE
Name
Value
NUMBER OF COUNTERS
RATE SAMPLE MODE 2x16 WITH OUTPUT
1x32 WITH OUTPUT
1x32 NO OUTPUT
Options
COUNTER 1 MODE CONTROL
QUADRATURE
INCREMENTAL
COUNTER 2 MODE CONTROL
QUADRATURE
INCREMENTAL
COUNTER 1 RATE SAMPLER
TIMER
0
0-65535
COUNTER 2 RATE SAMPLER
TIMER
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Chapter 30
140 EHC 105 00: High Speed Counter Module
140 EHC 105 00: High Speed Counter Module
Purpose
The following chapter provides information of the Quantum 140 EHC 105 00 High Speed Counter
Module.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Presentation
316
Specifications
318
Indicators
320
Wiring
321
Parameter Configuration
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Presentation
Function
The 140 EHC 105 00 is a highspeed counter module. It utilizes five equivalent, independently
usable counters with the following functions:
 32bit event counter with 6 modes
 Event counter with parallel set point output activation
 Event counter with parallel set point output activation and fast Final Set Point
 Event counter with serial set point activation
 Event counter with serial set point activation and fast final set point
 Event counter with timed set point output activation
 Event counter with latched set point output avtivation

32bit differential counter (2 configurable counter pairs) with 2 modes
 Differential counter with serial set point output activation
 Differential counter with parallel set point output activation

16bit repetitive counter
32bit (velocity counter, rate counter) with 2 modes
 Rate counter with 100ms gate time
 Rate counter with 1s gate time

Illustration
The following figure shows the EHC 105 module and its components.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Model Number, Module Description, Color Code
LED Display
Fuse Cutouts
Field Wiring Terminal Strip
Removable Door
Customer Identification Label (Fold label and place it inside door)
NOTE: The field wiring terminal strip (Modicon #140 XTS 002 00) must be ordered separately.
(The terminal strip includes the removable door and label.)
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Specifications
General Specifications
General Specifications
Module Type
High Speed Counter Module
Number of Channels
5
External Power
19,2 ... 30 VDC, 24 VDC nominal, 60 mA required
plus the load current for each output.
Power Dissipation
Maximum 6W
Bus Current required
250 mA
I/O Map
12 words IN, 13 words OUT
Isolation (channel to bus)
500 VAC rms for 1 minute
Fault detection
Loss of output field power, output short circuit
Fusing
internal: none
external: user discretion
Backplane Support
Local, remote or distributed
Compatibility
All Quantum Controllers, V2.0 at a minimum
NOTE: The 5Cx and 24Cx counter inputs may be used alternatively.
Counter Inputs
Counter Inputs
Counter Inputs
318
5V
24V
Count frequency
100 kHz
20 kHz
Count to output
assertion delay (Max)
3ms
Input voltage
OFF state (VDC) :1,0 ... +1,15
ON state (VDC): 3,1 ... 5,5
OFF state (VDC): -3,0 ... +5,0
ON state (VDC):15,0 ... 30,0
Input current
8 mA for 3,1VDC
7 mA for 24 VDC
Duty cycle
1:1
Data formats
16 bit counter: 65.535 Decimal
32 bit counter: 2.147.483.647 Decimal
Delay time (typical)
t = 0,002 ms
Operating mode
discrete incremental counter
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Discrete Inputs
Discrete Inputs
Discrete Inputs
24V
VREF supply +24VDC
Off State (VDC): -3,0 ... +5,0
ON State (VDC):15,0 ... 30,0
Delay time (typical)
IN1 ... IN6
IN7, IN8
ton = 2,2 ms, toff = 1 ms
ton = 0,006 ms, toff = 0,3 ms
Input current (typical)
5 mA
Input Threshold
Input Threshold
single ended mode
5 VREF DC
-
12 VREF DC
-
24 VREF DC
differential mode
-3 ... 5 V on state/15 ... 30 off state
-
Discrete Outputs
Discrete Outputs
Output Voltage
24V
FET Switch ON
20 ... 30 VDC
FET Switch OFF
0 VDC (ground reference)
Max load current (each output)
0,5 A
Output off state Leackage
0,1 mA max @ 30 VDC
Output on state voltage drop
1,5 VDC @ 0,5 A
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Indicators
Illustration
The following table shows the LED indicators for the EHC 105 module.
Description
The following table shows the LED descriptions for the EHC 105 module
320
LED
Color
Description
R
green
Module is READY (firmware initialization has been completed).
P
green
POWER - the US24 working voltage is present.
F
red
The red F-LED (F = fault) lights on the following faults:
 24 VDC supply voltage (US24) not present
 Short circuit on one of the OUTn outputs
 Pulse monitoring has tripped (indicate bit = 1 and ERRx = 1)
 Counter overflow (indicate bit = 0 and ERRx = 1)
ACTIVE
green
The PLC communication becomes active.
1 to 8
green
Displays the signal states of the discrete inputs IN1...IN8.
1 to 8
green
Displays the signal states of the discrete outputs OUT1...OUT8.
C1 to C5
green
Lights with the clock frequency applied to clock-inputs 5C1 to
5C5 respectively 24C1 to 24C5.
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Wiring
5Cx Counter Inputs
Wiring diagram for 5Cx counter inputs:
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24Cx Counter Inputs
Wiring diagram for 24Cx counter inputs:
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Discrete Inputs and Outputs
Wiring diagram for discrete inputs and outputs:
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Parameter Configuration
Overview
This section provides information on the parameters, accessible in the Parameter Configuration
Screen.
Parameter Configuration Default Screen
This diagram shows the Parameter Configuration default screen
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Addressing and Task
This table shows the parameters for addressing and task with its values
Name
Default Value
Options
MAPPING
WORD (%IW3X%MW-4x)
-
INPUTS STARTING ADDRESS
1
-
INPUTS ENDING ADDRESS
12
-
OUTPUTS STARTING
ADDRESS
1
-
OUTPUTS ENDING ADDRESS
13
-
TASK
(Grayed if module in other than
local)
MAST
FAST
AUX0
AUX1
AUX2
AUX3
Counters
This table shows the parameters for the counters with its values
Name
Default Value
Options
No
Yes
COUNTER_1
COUNT INPUT SIGNAL ON NEGATIVE
TRANSITION
USE INPUT 1 FOR COUNTER ENABLE
No
Yes
WATCHDOG TIMER (0.1s)
0
0-255
OUTPUT SET POINT 1
0
0-65535
OUTPUT SET POINT 2
0
0-65535
INPUTS_COUNTER_START/RESTART LOGIC FUNCTION TO
START/RESTART
COUNTER
OR
AND
INPUT A
1
1-8
INPUT B
-
1-8
INPUT C
-
1-8
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Name
FREEZE_COUNTER_REGISTERS
OUTPUTS
Default Value
Options
INPUT D
6
1-8
INPUT E
-
1-8
INPUT F
-
1-8
SETPOINT 1 LINKED TO
OUTPUT
-
1-8
 INVERT OUTPUT
No
Yes
SETPOINT 2 LINKED TO
OUTPUT
6
1-8
 INVERT OUTPUT
No
Yes
FINAL SETPOINT LINKED
TO OUTPUT
1
1-8
 INVERT OUTPUT
No
Yes
TIMED FINAL SETPOINT
LINKED TO OUTPUT
-
1-8
 INVERT OUTPUT
No
Yes
 PULSE WIDTH (x 0.02s)
COUNTER_2
COUNTER_3
COUNTER_4
COUNTER_5
326
0-255
See COUNTER_1
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0-9
C
140CRA21110, 97
140CRA21120, 97
140CRA21210, 97
140CRA21220, 97
140CRA93100, 31
140CRA93200, 31
140CRP93100, 31
140CRP93200, 31
140EHC10500, 257
140EHC20200, 257
140EIA92100, 243
140HLI34000, 257
140NOE211x0, 177
140NOE251x0, 177
140NOE31100, 177
140NOE35100, 177
140NOE77100, 177
140NOE77101, 177
140NOE77110, 177
140NOE77111, 177
140NOM21100, 131
140NOM21200, 131
140NOM25200, 131
140NRP95400, 31
general specifications, 75
140NRP95401C, 31
general specifications, 95
140NWM10000, 177
channel data structure for analog modules
T_ANA_BI_VWE, 22, 24
T_ANA_IN_VE, 22, 23
T_ANA_IN_VWE, 22, 23
T_CNT_105, 22
configuring discrete I/O modules, 15
connector types, for fiber optic links, 72
A
addressing, 19, 283
flat, 20
IODDT, 22
B
bus topology, 65, 85
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error codes
140CRA93100, 49
140CRA93200, 55
140CRP93100, 36
140CRP93200, 42
140NOM21100, 141
140NOM21200, 153
F
fiber optic cable
connecting, 73, 93
termination kits, 72
N
NOE771xx
run LED status, 236
NRP95400
bus topology, 65
connecting, 73
hot standby systems example, 70
materials for fiber optic links, 71
point-to-point topology, 64
RIO topologies, 63
self-healing ring topology, 68
termination kits, 72
tree topology, 67
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NRP95401C
bus topology, 85
compatibilty, 94
connecting, 93
hot standby systems example, 90
materials for fiber optic links, 91
point-to-point topology, 84
RIO topologies, 83
self-healing ring topology, 89
tree topology, 87
P
point-to-point topology, 64, 84
R
RIO fiber optic network
bus topology, 65, 85
point-to-point topology, 64, 84
self-healing ring topology, 68, 89
tree topology, 67, 87
S
self-healing ring topology, 68, 89
services
140NOE77100, 183
140NOE77101, 183
140NOE77110, 183
140NOE77111, 183
140NWM10000, 183
status bytes, 27
T
T_ANA_BI_VWE, 24
T_ANA_IN_VE, 23
T_ANA_IN_VWE, 23
T_CNT_105, 24
termination kits, 72
tree topology, 67, 87
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