IP470A User`s Manual

IP470A User`s Manual
Series IP470A Industrial I/O Pack
48-Channel Digital I/O Module With Interrupts
USER’S MANUAL
ACROMAG INCORPORATED
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Data and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Table of Contents
1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION...........................................
KEY IP470A FEATURES..............................................
INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK INTERFACE FEATURES........
SIGNAL INTERFACE PRODUCTS...............................
INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK SOFTWARE...........................
IMPORTANT SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
It is very important for the user to consider the possible adverse
effects of power, wiring, component, sensor, or software failures
in designing any type of control or monitoring system. This is
especially important where economic property loss or human life
is involved. It is important that the user employ satisfactory
overall system design. It is agreed between the Buyer and
Acromag, that this is the Buyer's responsibility.
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2.0 PREPARATION FOR USE............................................
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION..................................
CARD CAGE CONSIDERATIONS................................
BOARD CONFIGURATION...........................................
CONNECTORS.............................................................
IP Field I/O Connector (P2).......................................
I/O Noise and Grounding Considerations..................
IP Logic Interface Connector (P1)..............................
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3.0 PROGRAMMING INFORMATION.................................
ADDRESS MAPS..........................................................
Standard (Default) Mode Memory Map......................
Enhanced Mode Memory Map...................................
REGISTER DEFINITIONS............................................
THE EFFECT OF RESET.............................................
IP470A PROGRAMMING..............................................
Basic I/O Operation...................................................
Enhanced Operating Mode........................................
Event Sense Inputs...................................................
Change-Of-State Detection.......................................
Debounce Control......................................................
Interrupt Generation..................................................
Programming Example..............................................
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4.0 THEORY OF OPERATION............................................
IP470A OPERATION.....................................................
LOGIC/POWER INTERFACE.......................................
KNOWN DIFF. BETWEEN THE IP470 AND IP470A.....
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5.0 SERVICE AND REPAIR................................................
SERVICE AND REPAIR ASSISTANCE........................
PRELIMINARY SERVICE PROCEDURE......................
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6.0 SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................
ENVIRONMENTAL........................................................
DIGITAL INPUTS..........................................................
DIGITAL OUTPUTS......................................................
INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK COMPLIANCE........................
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APPENDIX.........................................................................
CABLE: MODEL 5025-550. & 5025-551........................
TERMINATION PANEL: MODEL 5025-552...................
TRANSITION MODULE: MODEL TRANS-GP...............
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1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
The Industrial I/O Pack (IP) Series IP470A module provides
48 channels of general-purpose digital inputs and outputs for
interfacing to the VMEbus or PCI bus, according to your carrier
board. Four units may be mounted on a single carrier board to
provide up to 192 I/O points per system slot.
Inputs and outputs of this module are CMOS and TTL
compatible. Each of the I/O lines can be used as either an input,
an output, or an output with readback capability. Each I/O line
has built-in event sense circuitry with programmable polarity and
interrupt support. The inputs may also operate as independent
event sense inputs (without interrupts). Outputs are open drain
and may sink up to 15mA each. A 4.7K pull-up is provided for
each drain and is installed in sockets on the board (SIP resistors)
for easy removal or replacement. Inputs include hysteresis and
programmable debounce. Interrupt, event, and debounce
functionality applies to all 48 channels of this model. The IP470A
utilizes state of the art Surface-Mounted Technology (SMT) to
achieve its wide functionality and is an ideal choice for a wide
range of industrial I/O applications that require a high-density,
highly reliable, high-performance interface at a low cost.
MODEL
IP470A
IP470AE
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
0 to +70 C
-40 to +85 C
KEY IP470A FEATURES
High Channel Count - Provides programmable monitor and
control of 48 I/O points. Four units mounted on a carrier
board provide 192 I/O points in a single VMEbus or PCI bus
system slot.
High-Speed/0 Wait States - No wait states are required for
all read/write cycles (all cycles complete in 250ns) and hold
states are supported.
Programmable Polarity Event Interrupts (all 48
channels) - Interrupts are software programmable for
positive (low-to-high) or negative (high-to-low) input level
transitions on all 48 channels. Using two channels per input
signal, change-of-state transitions may also be configured
for up to 24 inputs.
Programmable Debounce (all 48 channels) - The event
sense input circuitry includes programmable debounce
times for all 48 channels. Debounce time is the duration of
time that must pass before the input transition is recognized
as valid. This helps prevent false events and increases
noise immunity.
CMOS (TTL Compatible) - Input threshold is at TTL levels
and includes hysteresis. I/O circuitry uses CMOS
technology. As such, output levels are CMOS compatible,
even while sinking high current (see Specifications Section).
DRAWINGS
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4501-434 IP MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY......................
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4502-047 IP470A BLOCK DIAGRAM...........................
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4502-057 IP470A PULLUP RESISTOR LOCATIONS..
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4501-463 CABLE 5025-551 (SHIELDED).....................
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4501-464 TERMINATION PANEL 5025-552................
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4501-465 TRANSITION MODULE TRANS-GP.............
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Acromag AVME9630/9668, or other compatible carrier boards,
via flat 50-pin ribbon cable (Model 5025-550-X or 5025-551-X).
Output Readback Function - Readback buffers are
provided that allow the output port registers to be read back.
High Output Sink Capability - All outputs may sink up to
15mA with a voltage drop 0.5V.
Outputs are “Glitch-Free” - Unlike some competitive units,
the outputs of this device do not “glitch” (momentarily turn
on) upon power-up or power-down for steady and safe
control.
Open Drain Outputs Include Pull-ups - All outputs include
4.7K pull-ups to +5V in the form of resistor SIP’s installed in
sockets on the board for convenient removal or
replacement.
Overvoltage Protection - Individual I/O channels include
over-voltage clamps for increased ESD & transient
protection.
High Impedance Inputs - High impedance inputs minimize
input current and loading of the input source.
No Configuration Jumpers or Switches - All configuration
is performed through software commands with no internal
jumpers to configure or switches to set.
Industry Compatible P2 Pinouts - the field side P2 pinout
configuration of this module is common to similar models
and directly compatible with industry accepted digital I/O
cards, screw termination panels, and electromechanical &
solid-state relay boards (consult factory for
recommendations).
Transition Module:
Model TRANS-GP: This module repeats field I/O
connections of IP modules A through D for rear exit from the card
cage. It is available for use in card cages, which provide rear exit
for I/O connections via transition modules (transition modules can
only be used in card cages specifically designed for them). It is a
double-height (6U), single-slot module with front panel hardware
adhering to the VMEbus mechanical dimensions, except for
shorter printed circuit board depth. Connects to AVME9630/
9660 boards via a flat 50-pin ribbon cable within the card cage
(cable Model 5025-550-X or 5025-551-X).
IP MODULE Win32 DRIVER SOFTWARE
Acromag provides a software product (sold separately) to
facilitate the development of Windows (98/Me/2000/XP )
applications accessing Industry Pack modules installed on
Acromag PCI Carrier Cards and CompactPCI Carrier Cards.
This software (Model IPSW-API-WIN) consists of low-level
drivers and Windows 32 Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLS) that are
compatible with a number of programming environments
including Visual C++, Visual Basic, Borland C++ Builder and
others. The DLL functions provide a high-level interface to the
carriers and IP modules eliminating the need to perform low-level
reads/writes of registers, and the writing of interrupt handlers.
INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK INTERFACE FEATURES
High density - Single-size, industry standard, IP module
footprint. Four units mounted on a carrier board provide up
to 128 isolated input points in a single system slot. Both
VMEbus and PCI bus carriers are supported.
Local ID - Each IP module has its own 8-bit ID ROM which
is accessed via data transfers in the "ID Read" space.
8-bit I/O - Port register Read/Write is performed through 8bit data transfer cycles in the IP module I/O space.
High Speed with No Wait States - Access times for all
data transfer cycles are described in terms of "wait" states-0 wait states are required for all read and write operations of
this model. See Specifications section for detailed
information.
IP MODULE VXWorks SOFTWARE
Acromag provides a software product (sold separately)
consisting of board VxWorks software. This software (Model
IPSW-API-VXW) is composed of VxWorks (real time operating
system) libraries for all Acromag IP modules and carriers
including the AVME9670, AVME9660/9630, APC8620A/21A,
ACPC8630/35, and ACPC8625. The software is implemented as
a library of “C” functions which link with existing user code to
make possible simple control of all Acromag PCI boards.
IP MODULE QNX SOFTWARE
Acromag provides a software product (sold separately)
consisting of board QNX software. This software (Model IPSWAPI-QNX) is composed of QNX (real time operating system)
libraries for all Acromag IP modules and carriers including the
AVME9670, AVME9660/9630, APC8620A/21A, ACPC8630/35,
and ACPC8625. The software supports X86 PCI bus only and is
implemented as library of “C” functions. These functions link with
existing user code to make possible simple control of all Acromag
IP modules and carriers.
SIGNAL INTERFACE PRODUCTS
This IP module will mate directly to any industry standard IP
carrier board. Acromag’s AVME9630/9668 3U/6U non-intelligent
VMEbus carrier boards and Acromag’s APC862x series PCI bus
carrier boards are supported. A wide range of other Acromag IP
modules are available to serve your signal conditioning and
interface needs.
Cables:
Model 5025-551-X (Shielded Cable) or Model 5025-550-X
(Non-Shielded Cable): A Flat 50-pin cable with female
connectors at both ends for connecting to the AVME9630/9660,
other compatible carrier boards, or Model 5025-552 termination
panels. The shielded cable is recommended for optimum
performance with precision analog I/O applications, while the
unshielded cable is recommended for digital I/O. The cables are
available in 4, 7, or 10 feet lengths. Custom lengths (12 feet
maximum) are available upon request.
Termination Panel:
Model 5025-552: DIN-rail mountable panel provides 50 screw
terminals for universal field I/O termination. Connects to
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2.0 PREPARATION FOR USE
CONNECTORS
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
IP Field I/O Connector (P2)
Upon receipt of this product, inspect the shipping carton for
evidence of mishandling during transit. If the shipping carton is
badly damaged or water stained, request that the carrier's agent
be present when the carton is opened. If the carrier's agent is
absent when the carton is opened and the contents of the carton
are damaged, keep the carton and packing material for the
agent's inspection.
P2 provides the field I/O interface connections for mating IP
modules to the carrier board. P2 is a 50-pin female receptacle
header, which mates to the male connector of the carrier board
(AMP 173280-3 or equivalent). This provides excellent
connection integrity and utilizes gold plating in the mating area.
Threaded metric M2 screws and spacers are supplied with the
module to provide additional stability for harsh environments (see
Mechanical Assembly Drawing 4501-434). The field and logic
side connectors are keyed to avoid incorrect assembly.
For repairs to a product damaged in shipment, refer to the
Acromag Service Policy to obtain return instructions. It is
suggested that salvageable shipping cartons and packing
material be saved for future use in the event the product must be
shipped.
P2 pin assignments are unique to each IP model (see Table 2.1)
and normally correspond to the pin numbers of the field I/O
interface connector on the carrier board (you should verify this for
your carrier board).
This board is physically protected with
packing material and electrically
protected with an anti-static bag during
shipment. However, it is
recommended that the board be
visually inspected for evidence of
mishandling prior to applying power.
Table 2.1: IP470A Field I/O Pin Connections (P2)
Pin Description
I/O00
P
I/O01
O
I/O02
R
I/O03
T
I/O04
I/O05
0
I/O06
I/O07
I/O08
P
I/O09
O
I/O10
R
I/O11
T
I/O12
I/O13
1
I/O14
I/O15
I/O16
P
I/O17
O
I/O18
R
I/O19
T
I/O20
I/O21
2
I/O22
I/O23
The board utilizes static-sensitive
components and should only be
handled at a static-safe workstation.
CARD CAGE CONSIDERATIONS
Refer to the specifications for loading and power
requirements. Be sure that the system power supplies are able
to accommodate the power requirements of the carrier board,
plus the installed IP modules, within the voltage tolerances
specified.
IMPORTANT: Adequate air circulation must be provided to
prevent a temperature rise above the maximum operating
temperature.
The dense packing of the IP modules to the carrier board
restricts airflow within the card cage and is cause for concern.
Adequate air circulation must be provided to prevent a
temperature rise above the maximum operating temperature and
to prolong the life of the electronics. If the installation is in an
industrial environment and the board is exposed to environmental
air, careful consideration should be given to air filtering.
Note:
Number
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
Pin Description
I/O24
P
I/O25
O
I/O26
R
I/O27
T
I/O28
I/O29
3
I/O30
I/O31
I/O32
P
I/O33
O
I/O34
R
I/O35
T
I/O36
I/O37
4
I/O38
I/O39
I/O40
P
I/O41
O
I/O42
R
I/O43
T
I/O44
I/O45
5
I/O46
I/O47
+5V OUT1
COMMON
Number
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
49
50
1. By default, pin 49 of P2 is connected to the +5V supply of
the IP module, but may be optionally connected to common
(or opened) by repositioning surface mount resistor R72
(see Drawing 4502-057 for location). The +5V connection
is in series with fuse F1 (2A Littelfuse 245002 or
equivalent).
BOARD CONFIGURATION
Power should be removed from the board when installing IP
modules, cables, termination panels, and field wiring. Refer to
Mechanical Assembly Drawing 4501-434 and your IP module
documentation for configuration and assembly instructions.
Model IP470A digital I/O boards have no hardware jumpers or
switches to configure. However, 4.7K pull-up resistor SIP’s are
installed in sockets on the board, and these may be easily
changed or removed where required (see Drawing 4502-057).
Note that the I/O points of this module are assembled in
groups of eight. Each group of eight I/O lines is referred to as a
port. Registers at port addresses 0-5 control and monitor I/O
lines 00-47. Individual I/O ports may be masked from writes to
the port when the port is used for input. This helps prevent
contention errors. Further, event polarities may be defined as
positive (low-to-high), or negative (high-to-low) for individual
nibbles (groups of 4 I/O lines, or half ports). Outputs of this
device are open drain and operate using low-level true (activelow) logic . The pinouts of P2 are arranged to be compatible with
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Table 2.2: Standard Logic Interface Connections (P1)
similar industry models and are directly compatible with industry
accepted I/O panels, termination panels, and relay racks.
Consult the factory for information on compatible products.
Pin Description
GND
CLK
Reset*
D00
D01
D02
D03
D04
D05
D06
D07
D08
D09
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
BS0*
BS1*
-12V
+12V
+5V
GND
I/O Noise and Grounding Considerations
The IP470A is non-isolated between the logic and field I/O
grounds since output common is electrically connected to the IP
module ground. Consequently, the field I/O connections are not
isolated from the carrier board and backplane. Special care has
been taken in the design of this module to help minimize the
negative effects of ground bounce, impedance drops, and
switching transients. However, care should be taken in designing
installations without isolation to avoid noise pickup and ground
loops caused by multiple ground connections.
This device is capable of switching many channels at high
total currents. Additionally, the nature of the IP interface is
inherently inductive. I/O channels have special circuitry to help
protect the device from ESD, over-voltage, and switching
transients, within limitations. However, when switching inductive
loads, it is important that careful consideration be given to the
use of snubber devices to shunt the reverse emf that develops
when the current through an inductor is interrupted. Filtering and
bypassing at the load may also be necessary. Additionally,
proper grounding with thick conductors is essential. Interface
cabling and ground wiring should be kept as short as possible.
For outputs of this device, the 4.7K pull-up resistors provide
only limited digital drive capability. Likewise, outputs are
intended to sink only 15mA or less. As such, the use of an
interposing device may be required for controlling or isolating the
load, or to provide additional system protection. The output pullup resistor SIP’s are installed in sockets on the board allowing
their values to be adjusted for greater drive capability if required
(see Drawing 4502-057).
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Pin Description
GND
+5V
R/W*
IDSEL*
DMAReq0*
MEMSEL*
DMAReq1*
IntSel*
DMAck0*
IOSEL*
RESERVED
A1
DMAEnd*
A2
ERROR*
A3
INTReq0*
A4
INTReq1*
A5
STROBE*
A6
ACK*
RESERVED
GND
Number
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
An Asterisk (*) is used to indicate an active-low signal.
BOLD ITALIC Logic Lines are NOT USED by this IP Model.
3.0 PROGRAMMING INFORMATION
ADDRESS MAPS
The signal ground connection at the I/O ports is common to
the IP interface ground, which is typically common to safety
(chassis) ground when mounted on a carrier board and inserted
in a backplane. As such, be careful not to attach I/O ground to
safety ground via any device connected to these ports, or a
ground loop will be produced, and this may adversely affect
operation.
This board is addressable in the Industrial Pack I/O space to
control the input/output configuration, control, and status
monitoring or 48 digital I/O channels. Each of the I/O points can
be configured as either an input, an output, or an output with
readback capability. Interrupt, event, and debounce capability
applies to all 48 channels.
IP Logic Interface Connector (P1)
This board operates in two modes: Standard Mode and
Enhanced Mode. Standard Mode provides simple monitor and
control of 48 digital I/O lines. In Standard Mode, each I/O line is
configured as either an input, an output, or an output with
readback capability. Data is read from or written to one of eight
groups (ports) as designated by the address and read and write
signals. A Mask Register is used to disable writes to I/O ports
designated as inputs to prevent possible contention between an
external input signal and the output mosfet. Enhanced Mode
includes the same functionality of Standard Mode, but adds
access to 48 additional event sense inputs connected to each I/O
point of ports 0-5 . Thus, the Enhanced Mode allows eventtriggered interrupts to be generated. Selectable hardware
debounce may also be applied in Enhanced Mode for noise free
edge-detection of incoming signals.
P1 of the IP module provides the logic interface to the mating
connector on the carrier board. The pin assignments of P1 are
standard for all IP modules according to the Industrial I/O Pack
Specification (see Table 2.2). This connector is a 50-pin female
receptacle header , which mates to the male connector of the
carrier board. This provides excellent connection integrity and
utilizes gold plating in the mating area. Threaded metric M2
screws and spacers are supplied with the IP module to provide
additional stability for harsh environments (see Drawing 4501-434
for assembly details). Field and logic side connectors are keyed
to avoid incorrect assembly.
Memory is organized and addressed in separate banks of
eight registers or ports (eight ports to a bank). The Standard
Mode of operation addresses the first group of 8 registers or ports
(ports 0-5 for reading/writing I/O0-47, Port 6 which is not used,
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and Port 7 which is the Mask Register). If the Enhanced Mode is
selected, then 3 additional banks of 8 registers are accessed to
cover the additional functionality in this mode. The first bank of
the Enhanced Mode (bank 0) is similar in operation to the
Standard Mode. The second bank (bank 1) provides event sense
and interrupt control. The third bank is used to configure the
debounce circuitry to be applied to input channels in the
Enhanced Mode. Two additional registers are provided to enable
the interrupt request line, generate a software reset, and store the
interrupt vector.
Table 3.1A: IP470A R/W Space Address (Hex) Memory Map
Base
MSB
LSB
Base
Addr+
D15
D08
D07
D00
Addr+
STANDARD MODE (DEFAULT) REGISTER DEFINITION:
00
READ/WRITE - Port 0
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O0-I/O7
01
02
READ/WRITE - Port 1
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O8-I/O15
03
04
READ/WRITE - Port 2
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O16-23
05
06
READ/WRITE - Port 3
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O24-I/O31
07
08
READ/WRITE - Port 4
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O32-I/O39
09
0A
READ/WRITE - Port 5
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O40-I/O47
0B
0C
READ/WRITE - Port 6
Not Driven1
NOT USED
0D
0E
READ/WRITE - Port 7
Not Driven1
WRITE MASK REGISTER
(Also Enhanced Mode
Select Register)
0F
10
11
NOT USED2
7E
7F
1. The upper 8 bits of these registers are not driven and pull-ups
on the carrier data bus will cause these bits to read high (1’s).
2. The IP will return “0” for all addresses that are "Not Used".
The I/O space may be as large as 64, 16-bit words (128
bytes) using address lines A1..A6, but the IP470A uses only a
portion of this space. The I/O space address map for the IP470A
is shown in Table 3.1. Note the base address for the IP module
I/O space (see your carrier board instructions) must be added to
the addresses shown to properly access the I/O space. All
accesses are performed on an 8-bit byte basis (D0..D7).
This manual is presented using the “Big Endian” byte
ordering format. Big Endian is the convention used in the
Motorola 68000 microprocessor family and is the VMEbus
convention. In Big Endian, the lower-order byte is stored at oddbyte addresses. Thus, byte accesses are done on odd address
locations. The Intel x86 family of microprocessors use the
opposite convention, or “Little Endian” byte ordering. Little
Endian uses even-byte addresses to store the low-order byte. As
such, use of this module on a PCI bus (PC) carrier board will
require the use of the even address locations to access the 8-bit
data, while a VMEbus carrier will require the use of odd address
locations.
Enhanced Mode Memory Maps
The following table shows the memory maps used for the
Enhanced Mode of operation. Enhanced Mode includes the
same functionality of Standard Mode, but allows each I/O port’s
event sense input and debounce logic to be enabled. Thus, the
Enhanced Mode allows input event triggered interrupts to occur.
Note that some functions share the same register address.
For these items, the address lines are used along with the read
and write signals to determine the function required.
Standard (Default) Mode Memory Map
In Enhanced Mode, a memory map is given for each of 3
memory banks. The first memory bank (bank 0) has the same
functionality as the Standard Mode. Additionally, its port 7
register is used to select which bank to access (similar to
Standard Mode where port 7 was used to select the Enhanced
Mode). Bank 1 provides read/write access to the 48 event sense
inputs. Bank 2 provides access to the registers used to control
the debounce circuitry applied to the event sense inputs.
The following table shows the memory map for the Standard
Mode of operation. This is the Default mode reached after
power-up or system reset. Standard Mode provides simple
monitor and control of 48 digital I/O lines. In Standard Mode,
each I/O line is configured as either an input, or an output (with
readback capability), but not both. Data is read from or written to
one of eight groups (ports), as designated by the address and
read and write signals. A Mask Register is used to disable writes
to I/O ports designated as input ports. That is, when a port
(group of 8 I/O lines) is used as an input port, writes to this port
must be blocked (masked) to prevent contention between the
output circuitry and any external device driving this line.
To switch to Enhanced Mode, four unique bytes must be
written to port 7, in consecutive order, without doing any reads or
writes to any other port and with interrupts disabled. This is
usually done immediately after power-up or reset. The data
pattern to be written is 07H, 0DH, 06H, and 12H, and this must
be written after reset or power-up.
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Table 3.1B: IP470A R/W Space Address (Hex) Memory Map
Base
MSB
LSB
Base
Addr+
D15
D08
D07
D00
Addr+
ENHANCED MODE, REGISTER BANK [0] DEFINITION:
00
READ/WRITE - Port 0
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O0-I/O7
01
02
READ/WRITE -Port 1
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O8-I/O15
03
04
READ/WRITE - Port 2
1
Not Driven
I/O Register I/O16-I/O23
05
06
READ/WRITE - Port 3
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O24-I/O31
07
08
READ/WRITE - Port 4
Not Driven1
I/O Register I/O32-I/O39
09
0A
READ/WRITE - Port 5
1
Not Driven
I/O Register I/O40-I/O47
0B
0C
READ/WRITE - Port 6
Not Driven1
NOT USED
0D
0E
READ - Port 7
Not Driven1
READ MASK REGISTER
(Also Current Bank Status) 0F
0E
WRITE - Port 7
Not Driven1
WRITE MASK REGISTER
(Also Bank Select
0F
Register)
ENHANCED MODE, REGISTER BANK [1] DEFINITION:
00
READ - Port 0
Not Driven1
Event Sense Status Reg.
(Port 0 I/O Points 0-7)
01
00
WRITE - Port 0
Not Driven1
Event Sense Clear
Register
01
(Port 0 I/O Points 0-7)
02
READ - Port 1
Not Driven1
Event Sense Status Reg.
(Port 1 I/O Points 8-15)
03
02
WRITE - Port 1
1
Not Driven
Event Sense Clear
Register (Port 1 I/O Points
03
8-15)
04
READ - Port 2
Not Driven1
Event Sense Status Reg.
(Port 2 I/O Points 16-23)
05
04
WRITE - Port 2
Not Driven1
Event Sense Clear
Register (Port 2 I/O Points
05
16-23)
06
READ - Port 3
Not Driven1
Event Sense Status Reg.
(Port 3 I/O Points 24-31)
07
06
WRITE - Port 3
Not Driven1
Event Sense Clear
Register (Port 3 I/O Points
07
24-31)
08
READ - Port 4
Not Driven1
Event Sense Status Reg.
(Port 4 I/O Points 32-39)
09
08
WRITE - Port 4
Not Driven1
Event Sense Clear
Register (Port 4 I/O Points
09
32-39)
0A
READ - Port 5
Not Driven1
Event Sense Status Reg.
(Port 5 I/O Points 40-47)
0B
0A
WRITE - Port 5
1
Not Driven
Event Sense Clear
Register (Port 5 I/O Points
0B
40-47)
Table 3.1B...continued:
Base
MSB
LSB
Base
Addr+
D15
D08
D07
D00
Addr+
...ENHANCED MODE, REGISTER BANK [1] DEFINITIONS:
0C
READ - Port 6
Not Driven1
Event Status for Ports 0-5
and Interrupt Status Reg.
0D
0C
WRITE - Port 6
Not Driven1
Event Polarity Control
Register for Port 0-3
0D
0E
READ - Port 7
Not Driven1
Event Polarity Control for
0F
Ports 4 & 5 and Current
Bank Status Reg.
0E
WRITE - Port 7
Not Driven1
Event Polarity Control for
Ports 4 & 5
and Bank Select Register
0F
ENHANCED MODE, REGISTER BANK [2] DEFINITION:
00
READ/WRITE - Port 0
Not Driven1
Debounce Control Register
(for Ports 0-5)
01
02
READ/WRITE - Port 1
Not Driven1
Debounce Duration Reg. 0
(for Ports 0-3)
03
04
READ/WRITE - Port 2
1
Not Driven
Debounce Duration Reg. 1
(for Ports 4 & 5)
05
06
WRITE ONLY - Port 3
1
Not Driven
Debounce Clock Select
(8MHz or I/O47)
07
08
Port 4,5,6
09
Not Driven1
NOT USED2
0C
0D
0E
READ/WRITE - Port 7
Not Driven1
Bank Status/Select
0F
Register
INDEPENDENT FIXED FUNCTION REGISTERS:
10
11
NOT USED2
1C
1D
1E
READ/WRITE
1
Not Driven
Interrupt Enable Register
(enables INTREQ0) &
Software Reset Generator
1F
20
21
NOT USED2
2C
2D
2E
READ/WRITE
Not Driven1
Interrupt Vector Register4
2F
30
31
NOT USED2
7E
7F
Notes (Table 3.1):
1. The upper 8 bits of these registers are not driven and pull-ups
on the carrier data bus will cause these bits to read high (1’s).
2. The IP will return “0” for all addresses that are "Not Used".".
3. All Reads and Writes are 0 wait state.
4. The Interrupt Vector Register also decodes at base address +
6FH due to simplified address decoding.
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REGISTER DEFINITIONS
ENHANCED MODE
STANDARD MODE REGISTERS
BANK 0 REGISTERS
Port I/O Registers
(Standard Mode, Ports 0-5, Read/Write)
Port I/O Registers
(Enhanced Mode Bank 0, Ports 0-5, Read/Write)
Six I/O Registers are provided to control/monitor 48 possible
I/O points. Data is read from or written to one of six groups
(Ports 0-5) of eight I/O lines, as designated by the address and
read and write signals. Each port assigns the least significant
data line (D0) to the least significant I/O line of the port grouping
(e.g. I/O00 for port 0). Thus, a write to this register controls the
state of the open-drain output (low level true). A read of this
register returns the status (ON/OFF) of the I/O point. A Mask
Register is used to disable writes to I/O ports designated as input
ports. That is, when a port (group of 8 I/O lines) is used as an
input port, writes to this port must be blocked (masked) to prevent
contention between the output circuitry and any external device
driving this input line.
Six I/O Registers are provided to control/monitor 48 possible
I/O points. Data is read from or written to one of six groups
(Ports 0-5) of eight I/O lines, as designated by the address and
read and write signals. Each port assigns the least significant
data line (D0) to the least significant I/O line of the port grouping
(e.g. I/O00 for port 0). A write to this register controls the state of
the open-drain output (low level true). A read of this register
returns the status (ON/OFF) of the I/O point. A Mask Register is
used to disable writes to I/O ports designated as input ports.
That is, when a port (group of 8 I/O lines) is used as an input port,
writes to this port must be blocked (masked) to prevent
contention between the output circuitry and any external devices
driving this port.
Outputs are open-drain mosfets with pull-ups installed. Thus,
on power-up or reset, the port registers are reset to 0, forcing the
outputs to be set high (OFF).
Outputs are open-drain mosfets with pull-ups installed. Thus,
on power-up or reset, the port registers are reset to 0, forcing the
outputs to be set high (OFF).
Write Mask Register & Enhanced Mode Select Register
(Standard Mode, Port 7, Read/Write)
Write Mask Register And Bank Select Register 0
(Enhanced Mode Bank 0, Port 7, Read/Write)
This register is used to mask the ability to write data to the six
I/O ports. Writing a ‘1’ to bits 0-5 of the Mask Register will mask
ports 0-5 from write-control respectively. A read of this register
will return the status of the mask. A Mask Register is used to
disable writes to I/O ports designated as input ports. Thus, when
a port (group of 8 I/O lines) is used for input, writes to this port
must be blocked (masked) to prevent contention between the
output circuitry (open-drain) and any external devices driving this
port.
This register is used to mask the ability to write data to the six
I/O ports in Enhanced Mode. Writing a ‘1’ to bits 0-5 of the Mask
Register will mask ports 0-5 from write-control respectively. A
read of this register will return the status of the mask. A Mask
Register is used to disable writes to I/O ports designated as input
ports. Thus, when a port (group of 8 I/O lines) is used for input,
writes to this port must be blocked (masked) to prevent
contention between the output circuitry and any external devices
driving this port.
Standard Mode Write Mask Register (Port 7)
BIT
WRITE TO REGISTER READ FROM REGISTER
0
Port 0 Write Mask
Port 0 Write Mask
1
Port 1 Write Mask
Port 1 Write Mask
2
Port 2 Write Mask
Port 2 Write Mask
3
Port 3 Write Mask
Port 3 Write Mask
4
Port 4 Write Mask
Port 4 Write Mask
5
Port 5 Write Mask
Port 5 Write Mask
6
NOT USED
NOT USED
7
NOT USED
NOT USED
Enhanced Mode Write Mask Register (Port 7)
BIT
WRITE TO REGISTER READ FROM REGISTER
0
Port 0 Write Mask
Port 0 Write Mask
1
Port 1 Write Mask
Port 1 Write Mask
2
Port 2 Write Mask
Port 2 Write Mask
3
Port 3 Write Mask
Port 3 Write Mask
4
Port 4 Write Mask
Port 4 Write Mask
5
Port 5 Write Mask
Port 5 Write Mask
6
Bank Select Bit 0
Bank Status Bit 0
7
Bank Select Bit 1
Bank Status Bit 1
Bits 6 & 7 of this register are not used. On power-up reset,
this register defaults to the unmasked/clear state, allowing writes
to the output ports.
Bits 6 & 7 of this register are used to select/monitor the bank
of registers to be addressed. In Enhanced Mode, three banks
(banks 0-2) of eight registers may be addressed. Bank 0 is
similar to the Standard Mode bank of registers. Bank 1 allows
the 48 event inputs to be monitored and controlled. Bank 2
registers control the debounce circuitry of the event inputs. Bits 7
and 6 select the bank as follows:
This register is also used to select the Enhanced Mode of
operation. To switch to Enhanced Mode, four unique bytes must
be written to port 7, in consecutive order, without doing any reads
or writes to any other port and with interrupts disabled. The data
pattern to be written is 07H, 0DH, 06H, and 12H, in order, and
this must be written immediately after reset or power-up.
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Event Interrupt Status Register For Ports 0-5
(Enhanced Mode Bank 1, Port 6, Read Only)
Enhanced Mode Bank Select
Bit 7 Bit 6
BANK OF REGISTERS
00
Bank 0 - Read/Write I/O
01
Bank 1 - Event Status/Clear
10
Bank 2 - Event Debounce Control, Clock,
and Duration
11
INVALID - DO NOT WRITE
Reading this register will return the event interrupt status of
I/O ports 0-5 (bits 0-5) and the interrupt status flag (bit 7). Bit 7 of
this register indicates an event sense was detected on any of the
6 event sense ports (“1” = interrupt asserted/event sensed). Note
that the interrupt status flag may optionally drive the Interrupt
Request Line of the carrier board (see Interrupt Enable Register).
On power-up reset, the device is put into the Standard Mode
and this register defaults to the unmasked state (allowing writes
to the output ports), and bank 0 (Default).
Event Interrupt Status Register For Ports 0-5
BIT
READ EVENT STATUS REGISTER
0
Port 0 Interrupt Status (I/O0-I/O7)
1
Port 1 Interrupt Status (I/O8-I/O15)
2
Port 2 Interrupt Status (I/O16-I/O23)
3
Port 3 Interrupt Status (I/O24-I/O31)
4
Port 4 Interrupt Status (I/O32-I/O39)
5
Port 5 Interrupt Status (I/O40-I/O47)
6
NOT USED
7
Interrupt Status Flag
BANK 1 REGISTERS
Event Sense Status & Clear Registers For I/O0-47
(Enhanced Mode Bank 1, Ports 0-5, Read/Write)
Each I/O line of each port includes an event sense input.
Reading each port will return the status of each I/O port sense
line. Writing ‘0’ for a bit position of each port will clear the event
on the corresponding line. When writing ports 0-5 of Enhanced
Mode bank 1, each data bit written with logic 0 clears the
corresponding event sense flip/flop. Each data bit of ports 0-5
must be written with a 1 to re-enable (or initially enable) the
corresponding event sense input after it is cleared. Reading
ports 0-5 of Enhanced Mode bank 1 returns the current event
sense flip/flop status.
Event Polarity Control Register For Ports 0-3
(Enhanced Mode Bank 1, Port 6, Write Only)
A write to this register controls the polarity of the input sense
event for nibbles of ports 0-3 (channels 0-31, four channels at a
time). A “0” written to a bit in this register will cause the
corresponding event sense input lines to flag negative events
(high-to-low transitions). A “1” will cause positive events to be
sensed (low-to-high transitions). The polarity of the event sense
logic must be set prior to enabling the event input logic. Note that
no events will be detected until enabled via the Event Sense
Status & Clear Register. Further, interrupts will not be reported to
the carrier board unless control of Interrupt Request Line 0 has
been configured via the Interrupt Enable Register.
Port 0 Event Sense/Status Register (Ports 1-5 Similar)
BIT
READ PORT
WRITE “0”
WRITE “1”
0
Port 0 I/O0 Event
Clear I/O0 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O0
Event Sense
1
Port 0 I/O1 Event
Clear I/O1 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O1
Event Sense
2
Port 0 I/O2 Event
Clear I/O2 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O2
Event Sense
3
Port 0 I/O3 Event
Clear I/O3 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O3
Event Sense
4
Port 0 I/O4 Event
Clear I/O4 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O4
Event Sense
5
Port 0 I/O5 Event
Clear I/O5 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O5
Event Sense
6
Port 0 I/O6 Event
Clear I/O6 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O6
Event Sense
7
Port 0 I/O7 Event
Clear I/O7 Event Re-enable
Status
Sense Flip/Flop
I/O7
Event Sense
Event Polarity Control Register
BIT
WRITE “0” (NEGATIVE)
0
Negative Events on
Port 0 I/O0 through I/O3
1
Negative Events on
Port 0 I/O4 through I/O7
2
Negative Events on
Port 1 I/O8 through I/O11
3
Negative Events on
Port 1 I/O12 through
I/O15
4
Negative Events on
Port 2 I/O16 through
I/O19
5
Negative Events on
Port 2 I/O20 through
I/O23
6
Negative Events on
Port 3 I/O24 through
I/O27
7
Negative Events on
Port 3 I/O28 through
I/O31
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WRITE “1” (POSITIVE)
Positive Events on
Port 0 I/O0 through I/O3
Positive Events on
Port 0 I/O4 through I/O7
Positive Events on
Port 1 I/O8 through I/O11
Positive Events on
Port 1 I/O12 through
I/O15
Positive Events on
Port 2 I/O16 through
I/O19
Positive Events on
Port 2 I/O20 through
I/O23
Positive Events on
Port 3 I/O24 through
I/O27
Positive Events on
Port 3 I/O28 through
I/O31
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Event Polarity Control For Ports 4 & 5 & Bank Select Register
(Enhanced Mode Bank 1, Port 7, Read/Write)
Bank Selected Status Register (Read)
Bit 7 Bit 6
BANK OF REGISTERS
00
Bank 0 - Read/Write I/O
01
Bank 1 - Event Status/Clear
10
Bank 2 - Event Debounce Control, Clock, and
Duration
11
INVALID - DO NOT WRITE
A write to this register controls the polarity of the input sense
event for nibbles of ports 4 & 5 (channels 32-47, four channels at
a time). A “0” written to a bit in this register will cause the
corresponding event sense input lines to flag negative events
(high-to-low transitions). A “1” will cause positive events to be
sensed (low-to-high transitions). The polarity of the event sense
logic must be set prior to enabling the event input logic. Note that
no events will be detected until enabled via the Event Sense
Status & Clear Register. Further, interrupts will not be reported to
the carrier board unless control of Interrupt Request Line 0 has
been configured via the Interrupt Enable Register.
BANK 2 REGISTERS
Debounce Control Register
(Enhanced Mode Bank 2, Port 0, Read/Write)
This register is used to control whether each individual port is
to be passed through the debounce logic before being recognized
by the circuitry. A “0” disables the debounce logic, and a “1”
enables the debounce logic. Debounce is applied to both inputs
and event sense inputs, and only in Enhanced Mode.
Event Polarity Control Register
BIT
WRITE “0” (NEGATIVE)
WRITE “1” (POSITIVE)
0
Negative Events on
Positive Events on
Port 4 I/O32 through
Port 4 I/O32 through
I/O35
I/O35
1
Negative Events on
Positive Events on
Port 4 I/O36 through
Port 4 I/O36 through
I/O39
I/O39
2
Negative Events on
Positive Events on
Port 5 I/O40 through
Port 5 I/O40 through
I/O43
I/O43
3
Negative Events on
Positive Events on
Port 5 I/O44 through
Port 5 I/O44 through
I/O47
I/O47
4
NOT USED
5
NOT USED
6
Bank Select Bit 0
7
Bank Select Bit 1
Debounce Control Register
BIT
DEBOUNCE
CONTROL
0
Port 0 (I/O0-I/O7)
1
Port 1 (I/O8-I/O15)
2
Port 2 (I/O16-I/O23)
3
Port 3 (I/O24-I/O31)
4
Port 4 (I/O32-I/O39)
5
Port 5 (I/O40-I/O47)
6&7
NOT USED
“0”
“1”
Disable
Enable
Debounce Duration Register 0
(Enhanced Mode Bank 2, Port 1, Read/Write)
Bits 6 & 7 of this register are used to select/monitor the bank
of registers to be addressed. In Enhanced Mode, three banks
(banks 0-2) of eight registers may be addressed. Bank 0 is
similar to the Standard Mode bank of registers. Bank 1 allows
the 48 event inputs to be monitored and controlled. Bank 2
registers control the debounce circuitry of the event inputs. Bits 7
and 6 select the bank as follows:
Debounce Duration Register 1
(Enhanced Mode Bank 2, Port 2, Read/Write)
These registers control the duration required by each input
signal before it is recognized by each individual input in the
Enhanced Mode (both inputs and event inputs). Register 0
controls debounce for ports 0-3. Register 1 controls debounce
for ports 4 & 5. If the debounce clock selected is the 8MHz IP
clock (see Debounce Clock Select Register), then the debounce
times are selected as shown below to within ±250nS. Alternately,
the debounce clock may be input on I/O47 and other values
configured (see Debounce Clock Select Register), but this
reduces the effective number of input channels to 47.
Bank Select Register (Write)
Bit 7 Bit 6
BANK OF REGISTERS
00
Bank 0 - Read/Write I/O
01
Bank 1 - Event Status/Clear
10
Bank 2 - Event Debounce Control, Clock, and
Duration
11
INVALID - DO NOT WRITE
Debounce Duration Register 0:
BIT
DEBOUNCE CONTROL
0
Port 0 Debounce Value Bit 0
1
Port 0 Debounce Value Bit 1
2
Port 1 Debounce Value Bit 0
3
Port 1 Debounce Value Bit 1
4
Port 2 Debounce Value Bit 0
5
Port 2 Debounce Value Bit 1
6
Port 3 Debounce Value Bit 0
7
Port 3 Debounce Value Bit 1
Bank Select Status Register 1
(Enhanced Mode Bank 1, Port 7, Read Only)
Bits 0-5 of this register are not used. Bits 6 & 7 of this
register are used to indicate the bank of registers to be
addressed. In Enhanced Mode, three banks (banks 0-2) of eight
registers may be addressed. Bank 0 is similar to the Standard
Mode bank of registers. Bank 1 allows the 48 event inputs to be
monitored and controlled. Bank 2 registers control the debounce
circuitry of the event inputs. Bits 7 and 6 select the bank as
follows:
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Duration (8MHz):
Bit 1,0 Time
00
4 us
01
64 us
10
1 ms
11
8 ms
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INDEPENDENT FIXED FUNCTION CONTROL REGISTERS
Debounce Duration Register 1
BIT
DEBOUNCE CONTROL
0
Port 4 Debounce Value Bit 0
1
Port 4 Debounce Value Bit 1
2
Port 5 Debounce Value Bit 0
3
Port 5 Debounce Value Bit 1
4,5,6,7 NOT USED
Interrupt Enable & Software Reset Register (Read/Write)
Bit 0 of this register specifies if the internal event sense
interrupts are to be reported to the carrier or not (i.e. whether they
drive INTREQ0 or not). This bit defaults to 0 (interrupt request
disabled) and event interrupts are only flagged internally. That is,
you would have to poll the Event Status Register to determine if
an interrupt had occurred or not and the INTREQ0 line would not
be driven. If bit 0 of this register is set to “1”, then interrupts will
drive the INTREQ0 line and permit Interrupt Select Cycles
(INTSEL) to occur. This bit is cleared following a system reset,
but not a software reset (see below).
Note that with an 8MHz clock, a debounce value of 00 sets a
nominal value of 4us, 01 sets 64us, 10 sets 1ms, and 11 sets
8ms. The default value is 00, setting a 4us debounce period for
an 8MHz debounce clock.
When using I/O47 as the debounce clock the effective
debounce can be calculated by taking the clock period (in
seconds) and multiplying it by the appropriate constant shown in
the table below. The debounce will have an error of ±2 clock
periods.
Debounce Duration
Selection
00
01
10
11
Writing a 1 to the bit 1 position of this register will cause a
software reset to occur (be sure to preserve the current state of
bit 0 when conducting a software reset). This bit is not stored
and merely acts as a trigger for software reset generation (this bit
will always readback as 0). The effect of a software reset is
similar to a carrier reset, except that it is not driven by the carrier
and it only resets the digital ASIC chip that provides the field
interface functions. Likewise, the Interrupt Vector Register or the
Interrupt Enable Bit of this register is not cleared in response to a
software reset (these are not stored in the ASIC). It is useful for
use with some carriers, which do not implement the bus reset
control. Bits 2-7 of this register are not used and will always read
high (1’s).
Debounce
Count Constant
32
512
8000
64000
Debounce Clock Select Register
(Enhanced Mode Bank 2, Port 3, Write Only)
Interrupt Vector Register (Read/Write)
This 8-bit read/write register is used to store the interrupt
vector. Interrupts are driven by events in the Enhanced Mode. In
response to an interrupt select cycle, the IP module will execute a
read of this register. This register is cleared following a system
reset, but not a software reset. Note that interrupts will not be
reported to the carrier board unless control of Interrupt Request
Line 0 has been enabled via the Interrupt Enable register.
This register selects the source clock for the event sense
input debounce circuitry. If bit 0 of this register is 0 (default
value), then the debounce source clock is taken from I/O47 (pin
41 of P2), thus reducing the effective number of inputs to 47. If
bit 0 is set to 1, then the 8MHz IP bus clock is used
(recommended). Bits 1-7 of this register are not used and will
always read as zero. WARNING IF USING I/O47 AS THE
DEBOUNCE CLOCK, DO NOT SET THE I/O AS AN ACTIVE
OUTPUT VIA THE PORT I/O REGISTERS. SETTING I/O47 AS
AN ACTIVE OUTPUT MAY CAUSE A BUS CONFLICT.
IP Identification PROM - (Read Only, 32 Odd-Byte Addresses)
Each IP module contains an identification (ID) PROM that
resides in the ID space per the IP module specification. This
area of memory contains 32 bytes of information at most. Both
fixed and variable information may be present within the ID
PROM. Fixed information includes the "IPAC" identifier, model
number, and manufacturer's identification codes. Variable
information includes unique information required for the module.
The IP470A ID PROM does not contain any variable (e.g. unique
calibration) information. ID PROM bytes are addressed using
only the odd addresses in a 64-byte block (on the “Big Endian”
VMEbus). Even addresses are used on the “Little Endian” PC
bus. The IP470A ID PROM contents are shown in Table 3.2.
Note that the base-address for the IP module ID space (see your
carrier board instructions) must be added to the addresses shown
to properly access the ID PROM. Execution of an ID PROM
Read requires 0 wait states.
Bank Select (Write) & Status (Read) Register 2
(Enhanced Mode Bank 2, Port 7, Read and Write)
Bits 0-5 of this register are not used. Bits 6 & 7 of this
register are used to indicate (read) or select (write) the bank of
registers to be addressed. In Enhanced Mode, three banks
(banks 0, 1, & 2) of eight registers may be addressed. Bank 0 is
similar to the Standard Mode bank of registers. Bank 1 allows
the 48 event inputs to be monitored and controlled. Bank 2
registers control the debounce circuitry of inputs. Bits 7 and 6
select/indicate the bank as follows:
Bank Select (Write) & Status (Read) Register
Bit 7 Bit 6
BANK OF REGISTERS
00
Bank 0 - Read/Write I/O
01
Bank 1 - Event Status/Clear
10
Bank 2 - Debounce Control, Clock, & Duration
11
INVALID - DO NOT WRITE
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Mode Banks 0, 1, and 2), plus 2 additional registers for enabling
the interrupt request line, generating a software reset, and storing
the interrupt vector.
Table 3.2: IP470A ID Space Identification (ID) PROM
Hex Offset
From ID
ASCII
Numeric
PROM Base
Character
Value
Address
Equivalen
(Hex)
Field Description
t
01
I
49
All IP's have
'IPAC'
03
P
50
05
A
41
07
C
43
09
A3
Acromag ID Code
0B
08
IP Model Code1
0D
00
Not Used
(Revision)
0F
00
Reserved
11
00
Not Used (Driver
ID Low Byte)
13
00
Not Used (Driver
ID High Byte)
15
0C
Total Number of
ID PROM Bytes
17
ED
CRC
19 to 3F
yy
Not Used
In both the Standard and Enhanced operating modes, each
group of eight parallel input lines (port) are gated to the data bus
D0..D7 lines. These input signals are inverted--when an output is
ON (set to “1”), the transistor sinks current and drives the output
low (this is readback as a “1”). Inputs include hysteresis.
Further, each input port is connected such that the current status
of a given output port can be read back via the corresponding
input port. Individual ports may also be masked from writes to
the port when the port is intended for input only and this helps
prevent contention errors.
Each port I/O line includes an integrated, 47.5K (nominal)
pull-up resistor to +5V. Additional 4.7K pull-up resistor SIP’s
are also installed in sockets on the board. For inputs, the pullups provide a low (false=0) input indication if the input is left
floating.
Each I/O line is in the form of an open-drain signal. Thus,
data written to any port used as an input must be masked or
always false (zero) to avoid contention errors between the output
circuitry and an input signal from an external device. All 48 I/O
lines are placed into the false (high output) state following powerup or a system reset. The 4.7K pull-up resistor SIP’s installed
in sockets on the board provide only limited digital high-drive
capability for the output signals. You may need to adjust these
pull-up values for your application (see Drawing 4502-057 for SIP
resistor location).
Notes (Table 3.2):
1. The IP model number is represented by a two-digit code
within the ID PROM (the IP470A model is represented by 08
Hex).
THE EFFECT OF RESET
Enhanced Operating Mode
Power-up or bus-initiated software reset will set the outputs to
the false (high) state and place the module in the Standard
Operating Mode (thus disabling debounce and event detection).
Pull-ups on the I/O lines ensure a false (high) input signal for
inputs left floating (i.e. reads as 0). A reset will also clear the
mask register and enable writes to the I/O ports. Further, all I/O
event inputs are reset, set to negative events, and are disabled
following reset. The Interrupt Enable Register (IER) and Interrupt
Vector Register (IVR) are also cleared (except for IER generated
software resets).
In the Enhanced Mode of operation, each port signal has an
associated event sense input and debounce logic circuit. The
event sense inputs are used to sense high-to-low level or low-tohigh level transitions on digital input lines at CMOS thresholds.
Interrupts may also be triggered by events. The optional
debounce logic can act as a filter to “glitches” or transients
present on the received signals.
Individual ports may be masked from writes to the port when
the port is used for input. This helps prevent contention errors.
Further, event polarities may be defined as positive or negative
for individual nibbles (in groups of 4 I/O lines, or half ports).
Another form of software reset (IER register initiated) acts
similar to a carrier or power-up reset, except that it is not driven
by the carrier and only resets the digital ASIC chip installed on
the module. As such, the Interrupt Vector Register and Interrupt
Enable Register are not cleared for a software reset initiated in
this manner (writing a 1 to the bit 1 position of the IER Register
will cause this type of software reset to occur). Reset in this
manner has been provided for use with some ISA carriers which
do not implement the bus reset control, or when the interrupt
vector and interrupt enable information must be preserved
following reset.
The Enhanced Mode is entered by writing four unique bytes
to the Port 7 register, in consecutive order, without doing any
reads or writes to any other port and with interrupts disabled. The
data pattern to be written is 07H, 0DH, 06H, and 12H, and this
must be written immediately after reset or power-up.
In Enhanced Mode, there are three groups (or banks) of eight
registers or ports. The first group, bank 0, provides register
functionality similar to Standard Mode. The second group, bank
1, provides monitor and control of the event sense inputs. The
third group, bank 2, is used to configure the debounce circuitry for
each input while in the Enhanced Mode.
Basic I/O Operation
Note that the I/O lines of this module are assembled in
groups of eight. Each group of eight I/O lines is referred to as a
port. Ports 0-5 control and monitor I/O lines 0-47. Additionally,
ports are grouped eight to a bank. There are four banks of ports
used for controlling this module (Standard Mode, plus Enhanced
Event Sense Inputs
The IP470A has event sense logic built-in for all 48 digital I/O
lines, I/O00 through I/O47. Event sensing may be configured to
generate an interrupt to the carrier, or merely reflect the interrupt
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internally. Event sensing is enabled in Enhanced Mode only.
Inputs can be set to detect positive or negative events, on a
nibble-by-nibble (group of 4 I/O lines) basis. The event sensing is
enabled on an individual channel basis. You can combine event
sensing with the built-in debounce control circuitry to obtain
“glitch-free” edge detection of incoming signals.
input ports or event signals to ensure that the input data is valid
prior to being used by the software.
Interrupt Generation
This model provides control for generation of interrupts on
positive or negative events, for all 48 channels. Interrupts are
only generated in the Enhanced Mode for event channels when
enabled via the Event Sense/Status Register. Writing 0 to the
corresponding event sense bit in the Event Sense/Status
Register will clear the event sense flip/flop. Successive interrupts
will only occur if the event channel has been reset by writing a 1
to the corresponding event sense bit in the Event Sense/Status
Register (after writing 0 to clear the event sense flip/flop).
Interrupts may be reflected internally and reported by polling the
module, or optionally reported to the carrier by enabling control of
the Interrupt Request line (Intreq0). Control of this line is initiated
via bit 0 of the Interrupt Enable Register (IER).
To program events, determine which I/O lines are to have
events enabled and which polarity is to be detected, high-to-low
level transitions (negative) or low-to-high level transitions
(positive). Set each half-port (nibble) to the desired polarity, and
then enable each of the event inputs to be detected. Optionally,
load the interrupt vector register and enable the interrupt request
line. Note that all I/O event inputs are reset, set to negative
events, and disabled after a power-up or software reset has
occurred.
Note that no events will be detected until enabled via the
Event Sense Status & Clear Register. Further, interrupts will not
be reported to the carrier board unless control of Interrupt
Request Line 0 has been configured via the Interrupt Enable
Register.
After pulling the IntReq0 line low and in response to an
Interrupt Select cycle, the module will provide its 8-bit interrupt
vector. The interrupt vector is written to the Interrupt Vector
Register. The IP module will thus execute a read of the Interrupt
Vector Register in response to an interrupt select cycle. The
IntReq0 line will be released as soon as the conditions generating
the interrupt have been cleared or return to normal, and the event
sense flip/flop has been cleared by writing 0 to the corresponding
bit position of the Event Sense Status Register, or until the
Interrupt Enable Register bit is cleared. Zero wait states are
required to complete an interrupt select cycle.
Change-Of-State Detection
Change-of-State signal detection requires that both a high-tolow and low-to-high signal transition be detected. On the IP470A,
if change-of-state detection for an input signal is desired, two
channels connected to the same input signal would be required-one sensing positive transitions, one sensing negative transitions.
Note that the state of the inputs (on/off) can be determined by
reading the corresponding port address while in bank 0 of the
Enhanced Mode. However, the event sense status can only be
read by reading the corresponding port address while in bank 1 of
the Enhanced Mode. Remember, the event sense status is a flag
that is raised when a specific positive or negative transition has
occurred for a given I/O point, while the state refers to its current
level.
Since channel polarity is programmable on a nibble basis
(group of four), the first nibble of a port could be configured for
low-to-high transitions, the second nibble for high-to-low
transitions. As such, up to 24 change-of-state detectors may be
configured.
Debounce Control
Debounce control is built into the on-board digital FPGA
employed by the IP470A and is enabled in the Enhanced Mode
only. You can combine debounce with event sensing to obtain
“glitch-free” edge detection of incoming signals for all 48
channels. That is, the debounce circuitry will automatically filter
out “glitches” or transients that can occur on received signals, for
error-free edge detection and increased noise immunity. With
debounce, an incoming signal must be stable for the entire
debounce time before it is recognized by the I/O or event sense
logic. Debounce is applied to both inputs and event sense inputs
and only in Enhanced Mode.
Note that the Interrupt Enable Register and Interrupt Vector
Register are cleared following a power-up or bus initiated
software reset, but not a software reset initiated via writing a one
to bit 1 of the Interrupt Enable Register. Keep this in mind when
you wish to preserve the information in these two registers
following a reset.
PROGRAMMING EXAMPLE
The following example outlines the steps necessary to
configure the IP470A for Enhanced Mode operation, to setup
event-generated interrupts, configure debounce, and read and
write inputs. It is assumed that the module has been reset and
no prior (non-default) configuration exists.
The debounce circuitry can be configured to use the 8MHz
carrier clock, or a clock signal present on I/O47, to determine the
debounce times (see the Debounce Clock Select register). If the
debounce clock is taken from I/O47, then the effective number of
inputs is reduced to 47. If the IP470A is configured to use the
8MHz carrier clock (recommended), a debounce value of 4us,
64us, 1ms, or 8ms may be selected (see the Debounce Duration
Register). As such, an incoming signal must be stable for the
debounce time before it is recognized by the I/O pin or event
sense logic. A slower clock may be used to provide even longer
debounce times (this clock would have to be provided on I/O47).
For this example, we will configure port 0 I/O points as a fourchannel change-of-state detector. For change-of-state detection,
both positive and negative polarities must be sensed and thus,
two channels are required to detect a change-of-state on a single
input signal. I/O00-I/O03 will be used to detect positive events
(low-to-high transitions); I/O04-07 will be used to detect negative
events (high-to-low transitions). I/O00 and I/O04 will be tied to
the first input signal, I/O01 & I/O05 to the second, I/O02 & I/O06
to the third, and I/O03 & I/O07 to the fourth. Any change-of-state
detected on these input signals will cause an interrupt to be
generated.
Upon initialization of the debounce circuitry, be sure to delay
at least the programmed debounce time before reading any of the
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1.
After power-up or reset, the module is placed in the Standard
Operating Mode. To switch to Enhanced Mode, execute four
consecutive write cycles to port 7 with the following data: 07H
first, followed by 0DH, followed by 06H, then 12H.
8. To enable event sensing for the port 0 I/O points, write FFH to
the Event Sense Status Register for port 0 I/O points at the
port 0 address in this bank.
Note that writing a 1 to a bit position enables the event sense
detector, while writing a 0 clears the event sensed without
enabling further event sensing.
At this point, you are in Enhanced Mode bank 0. Port 7
would be used to access register banks 1 & 2.
2. Write 80H to the port 7 address to select register bank 2
where debounce will be configured for our port 0 input
channels.
9. Write 00H to the port 7 address to select register bank 0
where the port 0 input channels may be write-masked.
Note that the port 7 address bank selection only operates
from bits 6 & 7 of this register, while bits 0-3 are used to
select the event polarity for port 4 & 5 I/O channels. Keep
this in mind when switching banks so as not to inadvertently
change the polarity configuration of port 4 & 5 input channels
in the process of switching register banks. Likewise, this
register has a dual function depending on whether a read or
write is executed. As such, the polarity settings cannot be
read back and must be remembered if they are to be
preserved for successive writes.
At this point, you are in Enhanced Mode Bank 2 where
access to the debounce configuration registers is obtained.
3. For our example, we want use the 8MHz system clock to
generate our debounce time. By default, the debounce clock
is taken from I/O47 (pin 41 of P2). Select the 8MHz system
clock as the debounce clock by writing 01H to the port 3
address of this bank (Debounce Clock Select Register).
4. The default debounce duration is 4us with the 8MHz clock
selected in step 3. Write 01H to the port 1 address of this
bank to select a 64us debounce time (Debounce Duration
Register 0). An incoming signal must be stable for the entire
debounce time before it will be recognized as a valid input
transition.
At this point, you are in Enhanced Mode Bank 0 where
access to the write-mask register is obtained.
10. For our example, port 0 I/O points are to be used for inputs
only and writes to this port should be masked to prevent the
possibility of data contention between the built-in output
circuitry and the devices driving these inputs. Write 01H to
the port 7 address to mask writes to port 0.
Note that Debounce Duration Register 1 (port address 2)
would be used to configure debounce durations for I/O points
of ports 4 & 5.
11. Read 01H from the port 7 address to verify bank 0 access
(bits 6 & 7 are 0) and port 0 write masking (bit 0 is 1).
5. Enable the debounce circuitry for port 0 inputs by setting bit 0
of the Debounce Control Register. Write 01H to the Port 0
address of this bank (Debounce Control Register).
12. (OPTIONAL) Write your interrupt vector to the Interrupt
Vector Register Address (Note that this register operates
independent of the current bank since it does not reside at
any of the bank addresses).
If the module had been configured earlier, you would first
read this register to check the existing settings of debounce
enable for the other ports of this module with the intent of
preserving their configuration by adjusting the value written
above.
13. (OPTIONAL) Write 01H to the Interrupt Enable Register
(IER) address location to enable IP control of the IP Interrupt
Request 0 line (IntReq0).
6. Write 40H to the port 7 address to select register bank 1
where the event polarity requirements of our application will
be configured.
When a change-of-state is detected, IntReq0 will be pulled
low (if the event sense detection circuitry has been enabled
and IER bit 0=1). In response, the host will execute an
Interrupt Select cycle and the contents of the Interrupt Vector
Register will be provided. To enable further interrupts to
occur for an event that has already occurred for an I/O point,
the Event Sense Status Register must be written with a 1 to
reenable event sensing for subsequent events (but only after
first writing 0 to the corresponding bit position to clear the
event sense flip/flop).
At this point, you are in Enhanced Mode Bank 1 where
access to the event polarity/status registers is obtained.
7. For change-of-state detection, both positive and negative
polarities must be sensed. As such, two channels are
required to detect a change-of-state on a single input signal.
For our example, I/O00-I/O03 will be used to detect positive
events (low-to-high transitions); I/O04-07 will be used to
detect negative events (high-to-low transitions). Write 01H to
the port 6 address to set I/O00-I/O03 to positive edge
detection, and I/O04-07 to negative edge detection (Port 4
and 5 I/O channels would use the Port 7 address).
Note that the state of the inputs (on/off) can be determined by
reading the corresponding port address while in bank 0 of the
Enhanced Mode. However, the event sense status can only
be read by reading the corresponding port address while in
bank 1 of the Enhanced Mode. Remember, the event sense
status is a flag that is raised when a specific positive or
negative transition has occurred for a given I/O point, while
the state refers to its current level.
Note that this port address has a dual function depending on
whether a read or write is being executed. As such, if the
current polarity configuration for the other ports must be
preserved, then it must be remembered since it cannot be
read back.
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4.0 THEORY OF OPERATION
Ground for Pin 49 of the Field I/O. That selection now requires
removing a zero ohm resistor and replacing it with another.
Furthermore, the SIP resistors though located in similar places on
the board may pull-up different signals. See Acromag drawing
4205-057 for further details on both issues.
This section provides a description of the basic functionality
of the circuitry used on the board. Refer to the Drawing 4502-047
as you review this material.
IP470A OPERATION
One additional difference is the power-on initialization time for
the IP470A has increased to 200ms maximum. The module will
not respond to any signal for up to 200ms following power-up.
For further details on the differences between the models please
contact Acromag.
The IP470A is built around a Field-Programmable Gate Array
(FPGA) IC. The device provides the control interface necessary
to operate the module, the IP identification space, all registers,
and provides I/O interface and configuration functions. The
FPGA monitors and controls the functions of the 48 digital I/O
used by this model. It also provides debounce control and event
sensing functions.
5.0 SERVICE AND REPAIR
SERVICE AND REPAIR ASSISTANCE
Surface-Mounted Technology (SMT) boards are generally
difficult to repair. It is highly recommended that a non-functioning
board be returned to Acromag for repair. The board can be
damaged unless special SMT repair and service tools are used.
Further, Acromag has automated test equipment that thoroughly
checks the performance of each board. When a board is first
produced and when any repair is made, it is tested, placed in a
burn-in room at elevated temperature, and retested before
shipment.
Electronic protection array circuitry is also installed on board
for increased ESD and overvoltage protection of each I/O line.
I/O lines are pulled up to +5V via 4.7K SIP resistors installed in
sockets on the board. However, weak internal pull-ups of 47.5K
nominal are always present on these lines with the SIP resistors
removed.
LOGIC/POWER INTERFACE
The logic interface to the carrier board is made through
connector P1 (refer to Table 2.2). P1 also provides +5V to power
the module (the 12V lines are not used). Not all of the IP logic
P1 pin functions are used.
Please refer to Acromag's Service Policy Bulletin or contact
Acromag for complete details on how to obtain parts and repair.
PRELIMINARY SERVICE PROCEDURE
The FPGA installed on the IP Module provides the control
signals required to operate the board. It decodes the selected
addresses in the I/O, Interrupt, and ID spaces and produces the
chip selects, control signals, and timing required by the control
registers, as well as, the acknowledgement signal required by the
carrier board per the IP specification. It also stores the interrupt
vector and controls whether event interrupts will drive the carrier
board interrupt request line.
Before beginning repair, be sure that all of the procedures in
Section 2, Preparation For Use, have been followed. Also, refer
to the documentation of your carrier board to verify that it is
correctly configured. Verify that there are no blown fuses.
Replacement of the carrier and/or IP with one that is known to
work correctly is a good technique to isolate a faulty board.
CAUTION: POWER MUST BE TURNED OFF BEFORE
REMOVING OR INSERTING BOARDS
The ID Space (read only) is implemented in the FPGA and
provides the identification for the individual module per the IP
specification. The ID Space & configuration and control registers
are all accessed through an 8-bit data bus interface to the carrier
board.
WHERE TO GET HELP
If you continue to have problems, your next step should be to
visit the Acromag worldwide web site at http://www.acromag.com.
Our web site contains the most up-to-date product and software
information.
KNOWN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE IP470 AND IP470A
Due to changes in the field I/O circuitry, the IP470A no longer
has any measurable input hysteresis. Additional specifications
have also been added that were not defined on the original IP470
including maximum slew rate, output turn on and turn off time,
and input response time. These specifications can be found in
section 6.0 of this manual.
Go to the “Support” tab to access:
Application Notes
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Product Knowledge Base
Tutorials
Software Updates/Drivers
In addition further enhancements to the device include
precision debounce (no longer contains -25% error) and a
decrease in input capacitance. In addition, all IP read and write
requests are acknowledged preventing a possible lock-up of the
bus. The original IP470 did not respond (Ack*) to Not Used
Registers and any system response would be defined by the
carrier (e.g. IP timeout). Not-Used registers always read as zero
unless otherwise noted in this manual.
An email question can also be submitted from within the
Knowledge Base or directly from the “Contact Us” tab.
Acromag’s application engineers can also be contacted
directly for technical assistance via telephone or FAX through the
numbers listed below. When needed, complete repair services
are also available.
Phone: 248-295-0310
Fax: 248-624-9234
Email: [email protected]
The jumper J1 on the IP470 has been replaced with two 0Ohm resistors in the IP470A. J1 was used to select either 5V or
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6.0 SPECIFICATIONS
DIGITAL INPUTS
Input Channel Configuration.......48 buffered inputs. For DC
voltage applications only,
observe proper polarity. Input
Debounce. Each input includes
debounce circuitry with variable
debounce times. Debounce
times are programmable and
derived from a clock signal
present on I/O47, or the 8MHz
system clock, in combination
with the debounce duration
register value. Note that if the
debounce clock is delivered on
I/O47, then this effectively
reduces the number of inputs to
47. As such, use of the 8MHz
system clock is recommended.
Interrupts.....................................48 channels of interrupts may
be configured for high-to-low,
low-to-high, and change-of-state
(two inputs required) event
types.
Input Voltage Range...................Ground -0.25V to +5 Volt supply
+0.25V.
Input Low Voltage Range.............0.8V Maximum to 0.25V below
Common Ground.
Input High Voltage Range............2.2V Minimum to (Supply +
0.25V) Maximum.
Input transition rise of fall time.....3mS/V Maximum
Input Response Time..................250nS Typical
Input Threshold............................1.5V Typical.
Input/Output Capacitance............20pF Maximum, 10pF Typical.
Input Leakage Current................. 10uA, Typical.
Debounce Times.........................The Input debounce is
implemented using a counter.
The debounce time can be
Debounce
Debounce
calculated by taking the clock
Register Setting Count
period (in seconds) and
00
32
multiplying it by the debounce
01
512
count given in the table on the
10
8000
left. Note that all debounce
11
64000
times, including the internal
8MHz clock, have a tolerance of
2 clock periods. The default
8MHz has debounce times of
4us, 64us, 1ms, or 8ms with an
error of 250ns.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Physical Configuration...............Single Industrial I/O Pack
Module.
Length.................................3.880 inches (98.5 mm).
Width...................................1.780 inches (45.2 mm).
Board Thickness..................0.062 inches (1.59 mm).
Max Component Height........0.314 inches (7.97 mm).
Connectors:
P1 & P2 ..............................IP logic (P1) & field (P2) interface
connectors -.50-pin female
receptacle header.
Power:
+5 Volts ( 5%)....................85mA, Typical (all outputs active);
35mA, Typical (all outputs
inactive); 160mA, Maximum.
12 Volts ( 5%) from P1......0mA Maximum (Not Used).
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature..............0 to +70 C.
-40 to +85 C (E Versions)
Relative Humidity.......................5-95% non-condensing.
Storage Temperature.................-55 C to +150 C.
Non-Isolated...............................Logic and field commons have
a direct electrical connection.
Radiated Field Immunity (RFI)....Complies with EN61000-4-3
(10V/m, 80 to 1000MHz AM &
900MHz. keyed) and European
Norm EN50082-1 with no digital
upsets.
Conducted RF Immunity (CRFI)..Complies with EN61000-4-6
3V/rms, 150KHz to 80MHz) and
European Norm EN50082-1
with no digital upsets.
Electromagnetic Interference
Immunity (EMI)............................No digital upset under the
influence of EMI from
switching solenoids,
commutator motors, and drill
motors.
Electrostatic Discharge
Immunity (ESD)...........................Complies with EN61000-4-2
Level 3 (8KV enclosure port air
discharge) and Level 2 (4KV
enclosure port contact
discharge) and European Norm
EN50082-1.
Surge Immunity............................Not required for signal I/O per
European Norm EN50082-1.
Electric Fast Transient
Immunity EFT............................. Complies with EN61000-4-4
Level 2 (0.5KV at field I/O
terminals) and European Norm
EN50082-1.
Radiated Emissions.................... Meets or exceeds European
Norm EN50081-1 for class B
equipment. Shielded cable with
I/O connections in shielded
enclosure are required to meet
compliance.
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
Output Channel Configuration.... 48 open-drain CMOS outputs.
For DC voltage applications
only, observe proper polarity.
Output Low Voltage....................0.1VDC Typical, 0.4VDC
Maximum at 12mA.
Output High Voltage....................(Supply -0.2V) at -10uA.
Output “ON” Current Range.........0 to 15mA DC (for VOL 0.5V).
Output Rds ON Resistance..........33 , Maximum (25 C).
Output Pullups.............................4.7K pull-ups are installed in
sockets on the board. Even with
these pull-ups removed, weak
integrated 47.5K nominal pullups are always present. See
Drawing 4502-057 for resistor
locations.
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non-intelligent carrier boards via a flat ribbon cable (Model
5025-550-x or 5025-551-x). The A-E connectors on the
carrier board connect the field I/O signals to the P2 connector
on each of the Industrial I/O Pack modules. Field signals are
accessed via screw terminal strips. The terminal strip
markings on the termination panel (1-50) correspond to P2
(pins 1-50) on the Industrial I/O Pack (IP). Each Industrial I/O
Pack (IP) has its own unique P2 pin assignments. Refer to
the IP module manual for correct wiring connections to the
termination panel.
Schematic and Physical Attributes: See Drawing 4501-464.
Field Wiring: 50-position terminal blocks with screw clamps.
Wire range 12 to 26 AWG.
Connections to Acromag non-intelligent carrier boards: P1, 50pin male header with strain relief ejectors. Use Acromag
5025-550-x or 5025-551-x cable to connect panel to VME
board. Keep cable as short as possible to reduce noise and
power loss.
Mounting: Termination panel is snapped on the DIN mounting
rail.
Printed Circuit Board: Military grade FR-4 epoxy glass circuit
board, 0.063 inches thick.
Operating Temperature: -40 C to +100 C.
Storage Temperature: -40 C to +100 C.
Shipping Weight: 1.25 pounds (0.6kg) packed.
Turn On Time..............................125nS Typical
Turn Off Time (4.7K pull-ups).....2 S Typical
INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK COMPLIANCE
Specification.............................. This device meets or exceeds
all written Industrial I/O Pack
specifications per ANSI/VITA 41995 for 8MHz operation.
Electrical/Mechanical Interface…Single-Size IP Module.
I/O Space (IOSEL*).....................16-bit or 8-bit read/write of low
byte.
ID Space (IDSEL*).......................8-bit read: Supports Type 1,
32 bytes per IP (Consecutive odd
byte address).
Interrupt Space (INTSEL*)...........8-bit read of Interrupt Vector
Register contents.
Memory Space (MEMSEL*)…….Not Used.
Power-Up Initialization Time........200mS Max. (During this time
the IP module will ignore all
signals.)
Access Times (8MHz Clock):
All Read/Write Cycles..........0 wait states (250ns cycle).
TRANSITION MODULE: MODEL TRANS-GP
Type: Transition module for AVME9630/9660 boards.
Application: To repeat field I/O signals of IP modules A through
D for rear exit from VME card cages. This module is
available for use in card cages which provide rear exit for I/O
connections via transition modules (transition modules can
only be used in card cages specifically designed for them). It
is a double-height (6U), single-slot module with front panel
hardware adhering to the VMEbus mechanical dimensions,
except for shorter printed circuit board depth. Connects to
Acromag termination panel 5025-552 from the rear of the
card cage, and to AVME9630/9660 boards within card cage,
via flat 50-pin ribbon cable (cable Model 5025-550-X or 5025551-X).
Schematic and Physical Attributes: See Drawing 4501-465.
Field Wiring: 50-pin header (male) connectors (3M 3433-D303 or
equivalent) employing long ejector latches and 30 micron
gold in the mating area (per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C).
Connects to Acromag termination panel 5025-552 from the
rear of the card cage, or to AVME9630/9660/9668 boards
within card cage, via flat 50-pin ribbon cable (cable Model
5025-550-X or 5025-551-X).
Connections to AVME9630/9660: 50-pin header (male)
connectors (3M 3433-1302 or equivalent) employing long
ejector latches and 30 micron gold in the mating area (per
MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C). Connects to
AVME9630/9660 boards within the card cage via flat 50-pin
ribbon cable (cable Model 5025-550-X or 5025-551-X).
Transition module is inserted into a 6U-size, single-width slot
at the rear of the VMEbus card cage.
Mounting: Transition module is inserted into a 6U-size, singlewidth slot at the rear of the VMEbus card cage.
Printed Circuit Board: Military grade FR-4 epoxy glass circuit
board, 0.063 inches thick.
Operating Temperature: -40 to +85 C.
Storage Temperature: -55 C to +105 C.
Shipping Weight: 1.25 pounds (0.6Kg) packed.
APPENDIX
CABLE: MODEL 5025-550-x (Non-Shielded)
MODEL 5025-551-x (Shielded)
Type: Flat Ribbon Cable, 50-wires (female connectors at both
ends). The cables are available in 4, 7, or 10 feet lengths.
Custom lengths (12 feet maximum) are available upon
request. Choose shielded or unshielded cable according to
model number. The unshielded cable is recommended for
digital I/O, while the shielded cable is recommended for
optimum performance with precision analog I/O applications.
Application: Application: Used to connect Model 5025-552
termination panel to carrier board 50-pin field connectors.
Length: Last field of part number designates length in feet (4, 7,
or 10 feet standard). It is recommended that this length be
kept to a minimum to reduce noise and power loss.
Cable: 50-wire flat ribbon cable, 28 gage. Non-Shielded cable
model uses Acromag Part 2002-211 (3M Type C3365/50 or
equivalent). Shielded cable model uses Acromag Part 2002261 (3M Type 3476/50 or equivalent).
Headers (Both Ends): 50-pin female header with strain relief.
Header - Acromag Part 1004-512 (3M Type 3425-6600 or
equivalent). Strain Relief - Acromag Part 1004-534 (3M Type
3448-3050 or equivalent).
Keying: Headers at both ends have polarizing key to prevent
improper installation.
Schematic and Physical Attributes: For Shielded cable model,
see Drawing 4501-463.
Shipping Weight: 1.0 pound (0.5Kg), packed.
TERMINATION PANEL: MODEL 5025-552
Type: Termination Panel For IP Carrier Boards
Application: To connect field I/O signals to the Industrial I/O
Pack (IP). Termination Panel: Acromag Part 4001-040
(Phoenix Contact Type FLKM 50). The 5025-552 termination
panel facilitates the connection of up to 50 field I/O signals
and connects to the AVME9630/9660/9668 or APC8620/21
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SERIES IP470A INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK
48-CHANNEL DIGITAL I/O MODULE WITH INTERRUPTS
___________________________________________________________________________________________
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE:
1. THREADED SPACERS ARE PROVIDED FOR USE WITH AVME 9630/9660 CARRIER
BOARDS (SHOWN). CHECK YOUR CARRIER BOARD TO DETERMINE ITS
REQUIREMENTS. MOUNTING HARDWARE PROVIDED MAY NOT BE
COMPATIBLE WITH ALL TYPES OF CARRIER BOARDS.
2. INSERT FLAT HEAD SCREWS (ITEM A) THROUGH SOLDER SIDE OF
IP MODULE AND INTO HEX SPACERS (ITEM B) AND TIGHTEN (4 PLACES)
UNTIL HEX SPACER IS COMPLETELY SEATED. THE RECOMMENDED TORQUE
IS 0.226 NEWTON METER OR 2 INCH POUNDS. OVER TIGHTENING MAY
DAMAGE CIRCUIT BOARD.
3. CAREFULLY ALIGN IP MODULE TO CARRIER BOARD AND PRESS
TOGETHER UNTIL CONNECTORS AND SPACERS ARE SEATED.
4. INSERT PAN HEAD SCREWS (ITEM C) THROUGH SOLDER SIDE
OF CARRIER BOARD AND INTO HEX SPACERS (ITEM B) AND
TIGHTEN (4 PLACES). THE RECOMMENDED TORQUE IS
0.226 NEWTON METER OR 2 INCH POUNDS. OVER TIGHTENING
MAY DAMAGE CIRCUIT BOARD.
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SERIES IP470A INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK
48-CHANNEL DIGITAL I/O MODULE WITH INTERRUPTS
___________________________________________________________________________________________
MODEL 5025-551-x SCHEMATIC
MODEL 5025-551-x SIGNAL CABLE, SHIELDED
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4501-463A
SERIES IP470A INDUSTRIAL I/O PACK
48-CHANNEL DIGITAL I/O MODULE WITH INTERRUPTS
___________________________________________________________________________________________
MODEL 5025-552 TERMINATION PANEL SCHEMATIC
MODEL 5025-552 TERMINATION PANEL
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