PACSystems RX7i Installation Manual, GFK

PACSystems RX7i Installation Manual, GFK
GE Fanuc Automation
Programmable Control Products
PACSystems™ RX7i
Installation Manual
GFK-2223D
April 2005
GFL-002
Warnings, Cautions, and Notes
as Used in this Publication
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Note:
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Preface
The following statements are required to appear for Class I Div 2 Hazardous Locations.
1. EQUIPMENT LABELED WITH REFERENCE TO CLASS I, GROUPS A, B, C, and D,
DIV. 2 HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS IS SUITABLE FOR USE IN CLASS I, DIVISION 2,
GROUPS A, B, C, D OR NON–HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS ONLY.
2. WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I, DIVISION 2.
3. WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT
UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOWN TO BE
NON–HAZARDOUS.
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Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................... 1-1
Getting Started ................................................................................................................ 1-1
Guide to the RX7i Document Set ...................................................................................... 1-1
The PACSystems RX7i Control System........................................................................ 1-3
Hardware Description ................................................................................................... 2-1
RX7i CPUs........................................................................................................................ 2-2
Serial Ports........................................................................................................................ 2-2
Port 1 .......................................................................................................................... 2-2
Port 2 .......................................................................................................................... 2-2
Station Mgr Port.......................................................................................................... 2-2
Ethernet Ports ................................................................................................................... 2-3
MAC Address .................................................................................................................... 2-3
LEDs.................................................................................................................................. 2-3
CPU Performance Specifications - IC698CPE010, IC698CPE020, IC698CRE020......... 2-4
RX7i Racks....................................................................................................................... 2-6
Specifications — Standard 17-Slot Racks ........................................................................ 2-7
Specifications — 17-Slot Rack with Rear I/O Access ....................................................... 2-8
Specifications — 9-Slot Racks .......................................................................................... 2-9
Power Supplies ............................................................................................................. 2-10
Overview ......................................................................................................................... 2-10
Power Supply Operation ................................................................................................. 2-10
On/Off Switch............................................................................................................ 2-10
Indicators .................................................................................................................. 2-11
Overvoltage Protection ............................................................................................. 2-11
Overcurrent/Short Circuit Protection......................................................................... 2-11
Over Temperature Protection ................................................................................... 2-11
Air Flow Protection.................................................................................................... 2-12
VMEbus Power Monitor Interface Timing ....................................................................... 2-12
IC698PSA100 Specifications .......................................................................................... 2-13
IC698PSA350 Specifications .......................................................................................... 2-14
Temperature Derating Curves for IC698PSA350 without Forced Air Cooling ......... 2-15
IC698PSD300 Specifications .......................................................................................... 2-16
Temperature Derating Curve for IC698PSD300 without Forced Air Cooling ........... 2-17
Fan Assemblies ............................................................................................................. 2-18
Modules Supported by RX7i ........................................................................................ 2-19
Series 90-70 Expansion Racks .................................................................................... 2-23
Sharing a Power Supply with a Second Expansion Rack............................................... 2-24
Installation Instructions ................................................................................................ 3-1
Pre-Installation Check .................................................................................................... 3-2
System Layout Guidelines ............................................................................................. 3-3
Enclosures ....................................................................................................................... 3-4
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System Wiring ................................................................................................................. 3-5
General Wiring Information ............................................................................................... 3-5
Color Coding Wires ........................................................................................................... 3-5
Wire Routing...................................................................................................................... 3-6
System Grounding .......................................................................................................... 3-7
Ground Conductors ........................................................................................................... 3-7
Equipment Grounding ....................................................................................................... 3-8
Safety and Reference Ground.................................................................................... 3-8
Shield Ground............................................................................................................. 3-8
System Installation ......................................................................................................... 3-9
RX7i Rack ......................................................................................................................... 3-9
Front Mount 17-Slot Rack (IC698CHS117) ................................................................ 3-9
Rear Mount 17-Slot Rack (IC698CHS017) .............................................................. 3-10
Rear Mount 17-Slot Rack with Rear I/O Access (IC698CHS217)............................ 3-11
Rear Mount 9-Slot Rack (IC698CHS009)................................................................. 3-14
Front Mount 9-Slot Rack (IC698CHS109 ................................................................. 3-15
Fan Assembly.................................................................................................................. 3-16
Installing Fan Assemblies for 17-Slot Racks ............................................................ 3-16
Installing Fan Assemblies for 9-Slot Racks .............................................................. 3-19
Changing the Fan Filters .......................................................................................... 3-20
RX7i Power Supply ......................................................................................................... 3-21
Field Wiring Connections – AC Power Supplies (IC698PSA100 and IC698PSA350)3-21
Field Wiring Connections – DC Power Supply (IC698PSD300) .............................. 3-22
CPU................................................................................................................................. 3-23
Replacing the CPU Battery Pack.............................................................................. 3-24
Removing a CPU from the Rack .............................................................................. 3-25
Ethernet Interface Module............................................................................................... 3-26
I/O, Communications and Intelligent Option Modules..................................................... 3-27
I/O Module Addressing ............................................................................................. 3-27
Single-Width Modules............................................................................................... 3-28
Double-Width Series 90-70 Modules........................................................................ 3-29
Power Supply Load Requirements .............................................................................. 4-1
Power Supply Load Capacity......................................................................................... 4-1
Module Load Requirements ........................................................................................... 4-2
Cabling Information....................................................................................................... 5-1
Ethernet Ports.................................................................................................................. 5-1
Serial Ports ...................................................................................................................... 5-2
Port 1 Pin Assignments..................................................................................................... 5-2
Port 2 Pin Assignments..................................................................................................... 5-2
Station Manager Port Pin Assignments...................................................................... 5-3
Serial Cable Lengths and Shielding .................................................................................. 5-3
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Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for Conformance.......................A-1
RX7i Agency Approvals..................................................................................................A-1
UL Class 1 Division 2 Hazardous Location Requirements .........................................A-2
ATEX Class 1 Zone 2 Hazardous Location Requirements..........................................A-2
Standards Overview........................................................................................................A-3
Environmental Specifications ............................................................................................A-3
Additional RX7i Specifications ..........................................................................................A-3
Government Regulations ...............................................................................................A-4
Installation Guidelines for Conformance to Standards ..............................................A-5
Shielded Cable Alternative to Conduit..........................................................................A-6
Communication Cables .....................................................................................................A-6
I/O Cables .........................................................................................................................A-6
Analog/High Speed Cables ...............................................................................................A-6
Power Input to Enclosure (for Series 90-70 Power Supplies)...........................................A-7
AC Power Input RF Filter Requirements ....................................................................A-7
DC Power Input RF Filter Requirements ....................................................................A-7
Shield Termination ............................................................................................................A-7
Specialty Shielded Cable Vendors....................................................................................A-8
Safety-Related Guidelines for Installation in the European Union ............................A-9
Calculating Heat Dissipation ........................................................................................B-1
Information Required......................................................................................................B-1
Heat Dissipation Calculations........................................................................................B-2
Module Heat Dissipation ...................................................................................................B-2
Power Supply Heat Dissipation.........................................................................................B-2
Heat Dissipation for Discrete Output Modules ..................................................................B-3
Heat Dissipation for Discrete Input Modules.....................................................................B-4
Total Heat Dissipation .......................................................................................................B-5
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Chapter
Introduction
1
Getting Started
Read this chapter first to learn about the basics of the PACSystems RX7i control system
hardware. To locate detailed information, check the “Guide to the RX7i Document Set”
below.
Guide to the RX7i Document Set
Chapter 2 provides descriptions and general specifications of the RX7i hardware.
Chapter 3 provides installation instructions for RX7i racks and modules.
Chapter 4 provides power supply load requirements.
Chapter 5 provides cabling information.
Appendix A contains installation instructions and specifications related to product
certification.
RX7i Manuals
PACSystems RX7i CPU Reference Manual, GFK-2222
PACSystems RX7i Installation Manual, GFK-2223
TCP/IP Ethernet Communications for the PACSystems RX7i, GFK-2224
Station Manager for the PACSystems RX7i, GFK-2225
PACSystems RX7i User's Guide to Integration of VME Modules, GFK-2235
C Toolkit for PACSystems, GFK-2259
Genius® Bus Controller User’s Manual, GFK-2017
PACSystems RX7i Memory Xchange Modules User’s Manual, GFK-2300
PACSystems Hot Standby Redundancy Manual, GFK-2308
Proficy® Machine Edition Logic Developer-PLC Getting Started, GFK-1918
Serial Communications for Series 90™ User’s Manual, GFK-0582
Programmable Coprocessor Module and Support Software, GFK-0255
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Series 90-70 and Genius Manuals
Series 90-70 Programmable Controller Installation Manual, GFK-0262
Series 90-70 CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, GFK-0265
Series 90-70 Programmable Controller Datasheets Manual, GFK-0600
Series 90 PLC Serial Communications Driver User's Manual, GFK-0582
TCP/IP Ethernet Communications for the Series 90 PLC, GFK-1541
Series 90-70 PLC User's Guide to Integration of 3rd Party VME Modules, GFK-0448
MMS-Ethernet Communications for the Series 90-70 PLC User’s Manual, GFK-0686
Digital Input IC697VDD100 Module User’s Guide, GFK-2062
Relay Output, 64 Point IC697VDR151 Module User’s Guide, GFK-2063
Digital Output, 64 Point IC697VDQ120 Module User’s Guide, GFK-2066
Analog Input, 64 Channel, 16bit IC697VAL264 Module User’s Guide, GFK-2056
Analog Input, Isolated, 16bit, 16 Channel IC697VAL132 Module User’s Guide, GFK-2060
Eight Channel RTD/Strain Gauge IC697VRD008 Module User’s Guide, GFK-2098
Analog Output, 32 Channel, 12bit IC697VAL301 Module User’s Guide, GFK-2058
Series 90-70 Genius I/O System User’s Manual, GEK-90486-1
Series 90-70 Genius I/O Analog and Discrete Blocks User’s Manual, GEK-90486-2
Series 90-70 DLAN/DLAN+ Interface Module, GFK-0729
Programmable Coprocessor Module and Support Software, GFK-0255
Installation Requirements for Conformance to Standards, GFK-1179
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The PACSystems RX7i Control System
The RX7i is part of the PACSystems controller environment that combines performance,
productivity, openness and flexibility. The PACSystems control system integrates
advanced technology compatible with GE Fanuc’s existing systems. The result is
seamless migration that protects your investment in I/O and application development.
PACSystems is driven by Machine Edition software, which provides a universal
engineering development environment for programming, configuration and diagnostics of
PACSystems.
RX7i Performance
The PACSystems controllers use the powerful CPUs, the Intel Celeron (300MHz) and
Pentium III (700mHz), for fast execution, larger memory capacity and upgradeability to
track future technology growth.
The VME64 backplane provides up to four times the bandwidth of existing VME based
systems including current Series 90-70 systems for faster I/O throughput. The VME64
base supports standard VME modules including Series 90-70, RX7i, and non-GE Fanuc
VME modules.
Communications features include:
A built-in 10/100mb Ethernet port on the CPU that has dual RJ-45 ports connected
through an auto-sensing switch for upload, download and online monitoring. This
eliminates the need for rack-to-rack switches or hubs. The CPU Ethernet Interface
provides basic remote control system monitoring from a web browser.
Three isolated serial ports: one RS-232, one RS-485, and an RS-232 Ethernet station
manager serial port.
Migration
The PACSystems RX7i control system provides cost-effective expansion of existing
systems. You can upgrade on your timetable without disturbing panel wiring.
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Supports most existing Series 90-70 modules, expansion racks, and Genius networks,
protecting your hardware investment. For a list of supported I/O modules, see
“Modules Supported in RX7i” in chapter 2.
Allows conversion of Series 90-70 programs to preserve existing development effort.
Conversion of VersaPro and Logicmaster applications to Machine Edition allows
smooth transition to PACSystems.
Chapter 1 Introduction
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RX7i Rack System
The RX7i control system hardware consists of an RX7i rack and up to seven Series 90-70
expansion racks.
The RX7i rack can be used for all RX7i CPU and I/O configurations, most Series 90™-70
I/O, and non-GE Fanuc VME modules. Backplane connectors are spaced on 0.8"
(20.3mm) centers to accommodate single-width RX7i modules and non-GE Fanuc VME
modules. Series 90-70 modules use two slots each.
The RX7i rack accepts an RX7i power supply in slot 0 and an RX7i CPU with Ethernet
daughterboard in slots 1 and 2. The remaining slots can be used for a combination of
double-width and single-width modules.
Programmer
P
S
RX7i
(Rack 0)
C
P
U
B
T
M
G
B
C
Genius I/O Bus (7500 feet/2285 meters maximum)
one
meter
Series 90-70
(Rack 1)
P
S
B
R
M
Genius
I/O Blocks
Note
Series 90-70
(Rack 6)
P
S
B
R
M
Total length of all interconnecting
cables from BTM to last BRM is 50 feet
(15 meters) maximum. All racks must
be at same ground potential
(8 racks maximum).
G
B
C
Genius I/O bus (7500 feet/2285 meters maximum)
one
meter
Series 90-70
(Rack 7)
P
S
B
R
M
I/O Terminator
(last rack)
Legend
CPU BRM BTM GBC/NBC PS -
RX7i CPU
Bus Receiver Module, BEM711
Bus Transmitter Module, BEM713
Bus Controller, BEM731
Power Supply
Sample Control System Configuration
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Hardware Description
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The RX7i control system hardware consists of an RX7i rack and up to seven Series 90-70
expansion racks.
This chapter provides details on the following components of an RX7i control system:
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RX7i CPUs
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RX7i Racks
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Power Supplies
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Fan Assemblies
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Modules Supported in RX7i
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Series 90-70 Expansion Racks
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RX7i CPUs
The RX7i CPUs are programmed and configured by the programming software to perform
real time control of machines, processes, and material handling systems. The CPU
communicates with I/O and smart option modules over a rack-mounted backplane using
the VME64 Standard format. It communicates with the programmer and/or HMI devices
via the embedded Ethernet ports or via the serial ports 1 and 2 using GE Fanuc SNP-X,
Serial I/O, or Modbus RTU slave protocols.
IC698CPE010: 300MHz CPU microprocessor
IC698CPE020: 700MHz CPU microprocessor
IC698CRE020: 700MHz CPU microprocessor with redundancy
This section provides information on CPU port pinouts and other physical features. For
additional details on CPU features and operation, refer to the PACSystems RX7i CPU
Reference Manual, GFK-2222.
Serial Ports
The CPU has three independent, on-board serial ports, accessed by connectors on the
front of the module. Two of these ports are used for firmware upgrades and as serial
interface to external devices. The third on-board serial port is used for station
management of the Ethernet interface. All serial ports are isolated. For pinout information,
refer to chapter 5.
Port 1
Port 1 is RS-232 compatible and optocoupler isolated. It has a 9-pin, female, D-sub
connector with a standard pin out. This is a DCE (data communications equipment) port
that allows a simple straight-through cable to connect with a standard AT-style RS-232
port.
The Port 1 indicator provides the status of serial port activity.
Port 2
Port 2 is RS-485 compatible and optocoupler isolated. It has a 15-pin, female D-sub
connector. This port does not support the RS-485 to RS-232 adapter (IC690ACC901).
This is a DCE port.
This port requires a shielded cable.
The Port 2 indicator provides the status of serial port activity without having a terminal
connected.
Station Mgr Port
The Ethernet Station Manager port is RS-232 compatible, and isolated. Port 3 has a 9-pin,
female, D-connector. This is a DCE port that allows a simple straight-through cable to
connect with a standard AT-style RS-232 port. This port contains full use of the standard
RS-232 signals for future use with point-to-point protocol (PPP).
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Ethernet Ports
There are two shielded RJ-45 Ethernet ports on the embedded Ethernet Interface. Either
or both of these ports may be attached to other Ethernet devices. Each port automatically
senses the data rate (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps), duplex (half duplex or full duplex), and
cabling arrangement (straight through or crossover) of the attached link. The use of
shielded Ethernet cables is optional.
Caution
The two ports on the Ethernet Interface must not be connected,
directly or indirectly to the same device. The hub or switch
connections in an Ethernet network must form a tree, otherwise
duplication of packets may result.
MAC Address
The MAC Address label indicates the globally unique Media Access Control (MAC)
address used by the CPU Ethernet interface. The MAC Address label is located on the
rear inside wall of the battery compartment.
LEDs
The CPU has five LEDs and the embedded Ethernet interface has seven LEDs that
indicate the status of various functions. For details of CPU LED operation, refer to the
PACSystems RX7i CPU Reference Manual, GFK-2222. For details of Ethernet LED
operation, refer to the TCP/IP Ethernet Communications for the PACSystems RX7i User’s
Manual, GFK-2224.
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CPU Performance Specifications - IC698CPE010, IC698CPE020, IC698CRE020
Note: For environmental specifications, see “RX7i General Specifications” in appendix A.
IC698CPE010, IC698CPE020, and IC698CRE020
Battery: Memory retention
For estimated battery life under various conditions, refer to “Battery
Life Estimates” in the PACSystems CPU Reference Manual,
GFK-2222.
Lithium Battery pack
IC698ACC701
Program storage
Up to 10 Mbytes of battery-backed RAM
10 Mbytes of non-volatile flash user memory
Power requirements
CPE010
+5 VDC: 3.2 Amps nominal
+12 VDC: 0.042 Amps nominal
-12 VDC: 0.008 Amps nominal
+5 VDC: 4.5 Amps nominal
+12 VDC: 0.042 Amps nominal
-12 VDC: 0.008 Amps nominal
CPE020, CRE020
Operating temperature
CPE010: 0 to 50°C (32°F to 122°F
0 to 60°C (32°F to 140°F) with fan tray
CPE020, CRE020: 0 to 60°C (32°F to 140°F), fan tray required
Floating point
Yes
Boolean execution speed, typical:
CPE010
CPE020
0.195ms per 1000 Boolean contacts/coils
0.14ms per 1000 Boolean contacts/coils
Time of Day Clock accuracy
Elapsed Time Clock (internal timing) accuracy
Maximum drift of 9 seconds per day
0.01% maximum
Embedded communications
RS-232, RS-485, Ethernet interface
Serial Protocols supported
Modbus RTU Slave, SNP, Serial I/O
To determine availability for a given firmware version, please refer to
the Important Product Information document provided with the CPU.
Ethernet Ports
Embedded auto-sensing 10/100 Mbps half/full duplex Ethernet
interface
[Optional] Station Manager cable for Ethernet
Interface
IC200CBL001
VME Compatibility
System designed to support the VME64 standard ANSI/VITA 1
Program blocks
Up to 512 program blocks. Maximum size for a block is 128KB.
Memory
(For a detailed listing of memory areas, refer to
the CPU Reference Manual, GFK-2222C.)
%I and %Q: 32Kbits for discrete
%AI and %AQ: configurable up to 32Kwords
%W: configurable up to the maximum available user RAM
Symbolic: configurable up to 10 Mbytes
Error Checking and Correction
CRE020 only.
Ethernet Interface Specifications
Web-based data monitoring
2-4
Up to 16 web server and FTP connections (combined)
Ethernet data rate
10Mb/sec and 100Mb/sec
Physical interface
10BaseT RJ45
WinLoader support
Yes
Number of EGD configuration-based pages
255
Time synchronization
SNTP
Selective consumption of EGD
Yes
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IC698CPE010, IC698CPE020, and IC698CRE020
Load EGD configuration from PLC to
programmer
Yes
Remote Station Manager over UDP
Yes
Local Station Manager (RS-232)
Dedicated RS-232 port
Configurable Advanced User Parameters
Yes
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RX7i Racks
IC698CHS017: Rear (wall) mount, 17 slots
IC698CHS217: Rear (wall) mount, 17 slots with rear I/O access
IC698CHS117: Front mount, 17 slots
IC698CHS009: Rear (wall) mount, 9 slots
IC698CHS109: Front mount, 9 slots
The RX7i rack can be used for all RX7i CPU and I/O configurations, including
Series 90-70 I/O, and VME modules. The RX7i rack accommodates two module types:
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RX7i and Series 90-70 modules, which use a detachable field wiring terminal board.
Each I/O module accepts up to forty AWG #14 (2.10 mm2) wires. The wire bundle is
routed out the bottom of the terminal board cavity where a cleat is provided for a tie
wrap to secure the bundle to the terminal board housing. With the IC698CHS217, the
VME64 J2 connector user -defined I/O pins are accessible through a rear 96-pin DIN
connector. I/O wiring may be connected to these rear access connectors. If the
optional rear cover is used, I/O wiring is routed out the bottom of the cover.
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VME modules, which have varying methods of connecting to field devices.
Backplane connectors are spaced on 0.8" (20.3mm) centers to accommodate single width
and double width RX7i and non-GE Fanuc VME modules.
The RX7i rack:
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Accepts RX7i modules, VME modules, and some Series 90-70 modules. For a list of
supported modules, refer to page 2-19.
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Provides slot sensing for Series 90-70 rack-type I/O modules. No jumpers or DIP
switches on the I/O modules are required for addressing of these modules.
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Provides J2 backplane connectors to allow high-speed VME transfers of up to 64 data
bits per cycle.
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Accepts plug-in RX7i AC power supplies.
■
Supports an optional cooling fan assembly (required for IC698CPE020/CRE020,
IC698PSA350, or any of the single-width IC697Vxx modules).
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Provides a 6-pin RJ-11 connector for connecting an I2C serial cable.
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The IC698CHS217 rack provides rear access to the VME64 J2 backplane connectors.
The rack accepts a power supply in slot 0 and a CPU with Ethernet daughterboard in slots
1 and 2. The remaining slots can be used for one of the following I/O combinations.
17-slot racks
(IC698CHS017, IC698CHS217
and IC698CHS117)
Fifteen single-width modules (with no double-width modules
installed)
Seven double-width modules
A combination of double-width and single-width modules.
9-slot racks
(IC698CHS009 and
IC698CHS109)
Seven single-width modules (with no double-width modules
installed)
Four double-width modules
A combination of double-width and single-width modules.
The power supply capacity may limit the number of modules in a rack. Power requirement
information is provided in chapter 4.
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Specifications — Standard 17-Slot Racks
Part numbers
Rear mount
Front mount
Slots
Slots 1 through 17 are 0.8" (20.3mm) wide. (The CPU is installed
in slot 1.)
Slot 0 (power supply slot) is 2.4" (61.0mm) wide
Maximum current (from RX7i power supplies)
100 watt supply:
+5V
+12V
-12V
350 watt supply:
+5V
+12V
-12V
20 amps (100W maximum total power allocation)
2 amps
1 amp
60 amps (350W maximum total power allocation)
12 amps
4 amps
Dimensions
Height Width Depth
11.15" 19.00" 7.5"
283mm 483mm 190mm
(Note that all Series 90-70 modules extend 1.7" (43 mm) beyond
front of rack.)
VME
System supports VME standard 64
Fan kits (optional, required for
IC698CPE020/CRE020, IC698PSA350, or
any of the single-width IC697Vxx modules)
IC697ACC721, IC697ACC724, IC697ACC744
See page 2-17 for details.
Note:
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IC698CHS017
IC698CHS117
For environmental specifications, see “RX7i General Specifications” in
appendix A.
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Specifications — 17-Slot Rack with Rear I/O Access
Part numbers
Rear mount
Slots
Slots 1 through 17 are 0.8" (20.3mm) wide. (The
CPU is installed in slot 1.)
Slot 0 (power supply slot) is 2.4" (61.0mm) wide
Maximum current (from RX7i power supplies)
100 watt supply:
+5V
+12V
-12V
350 watt supply:
+5V
+12V
-12V
Dimensions (IC698CHS217)
Without rear cover
With rear cover
VME
IC698CHS217 (rear I/O access)
20 amps (100W maximum total power allocation)
2 amps
1 amp
60 amps (350W maximum total power allocation)
12 amps
4 amps
Height Width Depth
11.15" 19.00" 8.875"
283mm 483mm 225mm
Height Width Depth
11.15" 19.00" 8.97"
283mm 483mm 228mm
System supports VME standard 64
Fan kits (optional, required for
IC697ACC721, IC697ACC724, IC697ACC744
IC698CPE020/CRE020, IC698PSA350, or any See page 2-17 for details.
of the single-width IC697Vxx modules)
Note:
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Specifications — 9-Slot Racks
Part numbers
Rear mount
Front mount
Slots
Slots 1 through 8 are 0.8" (20.3mm) wide. (The CPU
is installed in slot 1.)
Slot 9 is 1.6” wide. If a single width module is
installed in slot 9, it is recommended that a singlewidth filler faceplate be used to close the extra width
opening.
Slot 0 (power supply slot) is 2.4" (61.0mm) wide.
Maximum current (from RX7i power supplies)
100 watt supply:
+5V
+12V
-12V
350 watt supply:
+5V
+12V
-12V
Dimensions
20 amps (100W maximum total power allocation)
2 amps
1 amp
60 amps (350W maximum total power allocation)
12 amps
4 amps
Height Width Depth
11.15" 12.60" 7.5"
283mm 320mm 190mm
(Note that all Series 90-70 modules extend 1.7" (43
mm) beyond
front of rack.)
VME
System supports VME standard 64
Fan kits (optional, required for
IC698CPE020/CRE020, IC698PSA350, or
any of the single-width IC697Vxx modules)
IC697ACC621, IC697ACC624, IC697ACC644
See page 2-17 for details.
Note:
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IC698CHS009
IC698CHS109
For environmental specifications, see “RX7i General Specifications” in
appendix A.
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Power Supplies
The RX7i power supplies provide +5V, +12V, and -12V power, and logic level sequencing
signals to modules on the RX7i backplane. The power supply module plugs directly into
the 47-pin connector provided in the leftmost slot in the RX7i rack. RX7i power supplies
cannot be used in Series 90-70 expansion racks.
The power supply output can ride through loss of up to one input line cycle without loss of
output power.
The power supplies have the following features in common:
■
Slide-in rack mount construction
■
Electronic short circuit overcurrent protection
■
Overcurrent and overvoltage fault protection
■
Power Factor correction for AC operation
Overview
Catalog
Number
Load
Capacity
Nominal Input
Forced Air Cooling Required
for full Capacity
IC698PSA100
100 Watts
120/240 VAC
or 125 VDC
No.
IC698PSA350
350 Watts
120/240 VAC
or 125 VDC
Yes. For operation at limited capacity with only
convection cooling, refer to the thermal derating
curve on page 2-15.
IC698PSD300
300 Watts
24 VDC
Yes. For operation at limited capacity with only
convection cooling, refer to the thermal derating
curve on page 2-17.
Power Supply Operation
On/Off Switch
The two-position On/Off switch, located on the front faceplate, is a logic level switch that
enables or disables the output channels only. This switch does not interrupt the line input.
Warning
Lethal voltages are present inside the power supply module
whenever input power is supplied to the rack.
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Indicators
The following LED indicators are provided on the power supply front panel.
LED Name
Color
Function
FIELD OK
green
Turns ON when AC power is applied within its
specification range.
OUTPUT OK
green
Turns ON when all three DC outputs channels are
operating within their specifications.
Turns OFF if any of the three DC output channels has
failed.
OVER TEMP (IC698PSA350
and IC698PSD300 only)
red
Turns On if the critical power supply temperature is
exceeded or if the airflow sensor detects cessation of air
flow.
Overvoltage Protection
Any output channel that exceeds the nominal output voltage by 15% or more will cause all
outputs to latch off. The ON/OFF control switch or the user input power must be recycled
to reset the power supply.
AC power supplies have replaceable fuses the hot and neutral AC inputs. DC power
supplies have replaceable fuses on the positive and negative DC inputs. Make sure that
power to the rack is turned off before replacing fuses.
Overcurrent/Short Circuit Protection
All outputs are protected against overcurrent and short circuit with automatic recovery
upon removal of fault.
An electronic current limit is provided on each of the three outputs. An overload on any
output will cause the voltage to collapse and may cause the other output voltages to
collapse.
Normal operation will resume after removal of the overload. Some component cooling
time may be required before normal operation resumes.
Over Temperature Protection
All RX7i power supplies have internal temperature sensing that shuts down the output
channels if overheated. Recovery is automatic when the internal temperature returns to
the specified operating range. The IC698PSA350 and IC698PSD300 power supplies have
an OVER TEMP indicator that comes on when the output channels become overheated.
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Air Flow Protection
The IC698PSA100 power supply can operate at full capacity from 0 to 60ºC with only
convection cooling.
The IC698PSA350 and IC698PSD300 power supplies are capable of operating at full
capacity from 0 to 60ºC with 70 CFM forced-air cooling provided by a fan tray mounted
below the system chassis. These power supplies can operate at a limited capacity with
only convection cooling. For details, see the temperature derating curves provided with
the power supply specifications.
An airflow sensor is provided in the IC698PSA350 and IC698PSD300 power supplies to
detect a fan failure or air blockage. If the power supply senses a cessation of airflow, it
responds by latching off all outputs and turning on the overtemperature LED indicator. A
power cycle is required to recover from this latched condition.
You can enable or disable the airflow sensor using a jumper located on the outside of the
power supply. The airflow sensor option is enabled (jumper on pins 1 and 2) as the default
for each power supply. To disable the airflow sensor, place the jumper on pins 2 and 3.
Location of Airflow Sensor Jumper – Top View
Jumper installed on
pins 1 & 2 of P3
(Airflow sensor
enabled)
Jumper on pins
2 & 3 disables
airflow sensor.
Front Panel
VMEbus Power Monitor Interface Timing
ACFAIL#
The ACFAIL# signal is pulled down when the power supply inputs are no longer being
provided or when the ON/OFF switch is OFF. The ACFAIL# signal is asserted at least
5ms before outputs fall below their specified limits to provide sufficient warning to the
system of power failure.
SYSRESET#
The RX7i power supplies does not drive the SYSRESET# signal on the VME backplane.
The RX7i CPU module controls the SYSRESET# signal.
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IC698PSA100 Specifications
For environmental specifications, see “RX7i General Specifications” in appendix A.
Nominal Input Rated
Voltage:
120/240 VAC/125 VDC
Input Voltage Range:
85 to 264 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz, 100—150 VDC
Input Power
125 watts (typical), 142 watts (maximum)
Input Requirements
Inrush current (cold start 120VAC)
Inrush current (cold start 230VAC)
Inrush current duration
15 amps maximum
30 amps maximum
100ms
Power Factor
0.99 minimum (only valid between 90VAC and 260VAC)
Output Requirements
Output Power:
Output Voltages:
100 watts maximum (total for all 3 outputs)
+5 VDC: 4.875 to 5.25 volts, 0—20 amps
+12 VDC: 11.64 to 12.6 volts, 0—2 amps
-12 VDC: -12.60 to -11.64 volts, 0—1 amps
+5 VDC output: 5.7 to 6.7 volts
+5 VDC output: 21A (typical)
+12 VDC output: 3.5A (typical)
-12 VDC output: 1.6A (typical)
Overvoltage Limit:
Overcurrent Limit:
Isolation, input to all
outputs
250 VAC continuous; 1500 VAC for 1 minute
Protective Limits
Ride-through (time allowed
15 milliseconds minimum
for loss of AC input without
affecting DC outputs)
5 milliseconds minimum
Holdup Time (time from
system failure signal activated
to when any DC output drops
out of specification)
Operating Temperature
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IC698PSA350 Specifications
For environmental specifications, see “RX7i General Specifications” in appendix A.
Nominal Input Rated Voltage
120/240 VAC/125 VDC
Input Voltage Range
85 to 264 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz, 100—150 VDC
Input Power
437 watts (typical), 500 watts (maximum)
Input Requirements
Inrush current (cold start - 120VAC)
Inrush current (cold start - 230VAC)
Inrush current duration
Power Factor
30 amps maximum
60 amps maximum
100ms
Output Requirements
Output Power
Output Voltages
Overvoltage Limit
Overcurrent Limit
Isolation, input to all outputs
0.99 minimum (only valid between 90VAC and
260VAC)
350 watts maximum (total for all 3 outputs)
+5 VDC: 4.875 to 5.25 volts, 0 to 60 amps
+12 VDC: 11.64 to 12.6 volts, 0 to 12 amps
-12 VDC: -12.6 to -11.64 volts, 0 to 4 amps
+5 VDC Output: 5.7 to 6.7 volts
+5 VDC output: 66A (typical)
+12 VDC output: 15A (typical)
-12 VDC output: 4.6A (typical)
250 VAC continuous; 1500 VAC for 1 minute
Protective Limits
Ride-through (time allowed for loss 15 milliseconds minimum
of AC input without affecting DC
outputs)
5 milliseconds minimum
Holdup Time (time from system
failure signal activated to when any
DC output drops out of specification)
Operating Temperature
0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F). Fan tray attachment
required for full capacity. For operation without
forced-air cooling, refer to the temperature
derating curve on page 2-15.
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Temperature Derating Curves for IC698PSA350 without Forced Air Cooling
Load (%)
100
80
60
40
20
0
10
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
Temperature (°C)
85Vac
120Vac
220Vac/240Vac/300Vac
Load (%)
100
80
60
20
0
10
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
Temperature (°C)
100Vdc/125Vdc
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IC698PSD300 Specifications
For environmental specifications, see “RX7i General Specifications” in appendix A.
Nominal Rated Input Voltage
24 VDC
Input Voltage Range
18 to 30 VDC
Input Power
430 watts (typical), 550 watts (maximum)
Inrush current (cold start, 24 VDC)
100 amps maximum
Output Requirements
Output Power
300 watts maximum (total for all 3 outputs)
Output Voltage
+5 VDC: 4.875 to 5.25 volts, 0 to 50 amps
+12 VDC: 11.64 to 12.6 volts, 0 to 10 amps
–12 VDC: –12.60 to –11.64 volts, 0 to 4 amps
Isolation, input to all outputs
250 VAC continuous; 1500 VAC for 1 minute
Protective Limits:
Overvoltage Limit:
+5 VDC Output: 5.7 to 6.7 volts
Overcurrent Limit:
+5 VDC output: 65 A typical
+12 VDC output: 15 A typical
–12 VDC output: 6 A typical
Ride-through (time allowed for loss of 15 milliseconds minimum
input power without affecting DC
outputs)
Holdup Time (time from ACFAIL#
system failure signal is activated to
when any DC output drops out of
specification)
Operating Temperature
2-16
5 milliseconds minimum
0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F). Fan tray
attachment required for full capacity. For
operation without forced-air cooling, refer to the
temperature derating curve on page 2-17.
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Temperature Derating Curve for IC698PSD300 without Forced Air Cooling
Temperature Derating
100
90
80
Load (%)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
20
60
Temperature (°C)
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Fan Assemblies
The fan assembly provides additional rack cooling for installations where heat buildup
could be a problem. The IC697ACC7xx assembly has three fans and fits 17-slot RX7i
racks, 9-slot Series 90-70 racks and 17-slot VME Integrator racks. The IC697ACC6xx
assembly has two fans and fits 9-slot RX7i racks and 5-slot Series 90-70 racks. The fan
assembly uses fans that have a low noise level and use ball bearings for extended life.
Fan Assembly Specifications
Operating Voltage (nominal)
120 VAC, 50/60 Hz (IC697ACC721, IC697ACC621)
240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (IC697ACC724, IC697ACC624)
24 VDC (IC697ACC744, IC697ACC644)
Input Power (each fan)
15 to 20 watts at 120 VAC
16 to 20 watts at 240 VAC
6.7 watts at 24 VDC
Line Amps (each fan)
0.18 to 0.22 amps at 120 VAC
0.09 to 0.14 amps at 240 VAC
0.28 amps at 24 VDC
0.24 to 0.34 amps at 120 VAC
0.12 to 0.19 amps at 240 VAC
0.70 amps at 24VDC
Locked Rotor Amps (each fan)
Operating Temperature
-28° to +70°C (-18.4° to +158°F)
Nominal Air Flow (without filter)
Nominal Air Flow (with filter)
@120 or 240 VAC, 60 Hz: 108 CFM (each fan)
@120 or 240 VAC, 60 Hz: 71 CFM (each fan)
Weight of Fan Assembly
Three-fan assembly
Two-fan assembly
MTBF for each fan
5.94 pounds (2.69 kg)
4 pounds
@ 40°C (104°F) >80,000 Hours (manufacturers specification)
@ 60°C (140°F) >50,000 Hours (manufacturers specification)
Filter Assembly
Retainer and Guard
Filter Type
UL94V-0 Plastic
Polyurethane Foam, 30 PPI (Pores Per Inch)
Part Numbers
Description
2-18
Catalog Number
Rack Fan Assembly, three 120 VAC fans
Rack Fan Assembly, two 120 VAC fans
120 VAC Replacement Fans
IC697ACC721
IC697ACC621
Sinwan S109AP-11-1TB
Rack Fan Assembly, three 240 VAC fans
Rack Fan Assembly, two 240 VAC fans
240 VAC Replacement Fans
IC697ACC724
IC697ACC624
Sinwan S109AP-24-1TB
Rack Fan Assembly, three 24 VDC fans
Rack Fan Assembly, two 24 VDC fans
24VDC Replacement Fans
IC697ACC744
IC697ACC644
Sinwan SD1238AP-24HBT
Replacement Filter Element for all Rack Fan Assemblies
Comair Rotron 554146 (5 pack)
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Modules Supported by RX7i
The RX7i rack accepts a power supply in slot 0 and a CPU with Ethernet daughterboard in
slots 1 and 2. The remaining slots in a 17-slot rack can be used for one of the following
I/O combinations:
up to fifteen single-width modules (with no double-width modules installed),
up to eight double-width modules, or
a combination of double-width and single-width modules.
The remaining slots in a 9-slot rack can be used for one of the following I/O combinations:
up to seven single-width modules (with no double-width modules installed),
up to four double-width modules, or
a combination of double-width and single-width modules.
The power supply capacity may limit the number of modules in a rack.
Integration of VME modules must be in accordance with the guidelines described in the
RX7i User's Guide to Integration of VME Modules, GFK-2235.
The following modules are available for use with the RX7i control system.
Type
Discrete Input
Slots
Used
Double
Description
12 VAC, 32pt
Part Number
IC697MDL252
Version A or higher
24 VAC, 32pt
Documentation
GFK-0600
GFK-0262
IC697MDL253
Version A or higher
48 VAC, 32pt
IC697MDL254
Version A or higher
120 VAC, 32pt
IC697MDL250
Version E or higher
120 VAC, Isolated 16 pt
IC697MDL240
Version A or higher
120 VAC, 16 pt
IC697MDL251
Version A or higher
240 VAC, Isolated 16 pt
IC697MDL241
Version A or higher
24 VDC, Pos/Neg logic, 32 pt
IC697MDL653
Version B or higher
12 VDC, Pos/Neg logic, 32 pt
IC697MDL652
Version C or higher
48 VDC, Pos/Neg logic, 32 pt
IC697MDL654
Version C or higher
125 VDC, Pos/Neg logic, 16 pt
IC697MDL640
Version A or higher
TTL, Neg logic, 32pt
IC697MDL651
Version E or higher
24 VDC, Pos/Neg logic, 14 pt, Interrupt
IC697MDL671
Version A or higher
Single
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IC697VDD100
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Type
Discrete Output
Slots
Used
Double
Description
120 VAC, 0.5A, 32pt
Part Number
IC697MDL350
Version E or higher
120 VAC, 2.0A, 16pt
Documentation
GFK-0600
GFK-0262
IC697MDL340
Version E or higher
120/240 VAC, 2.0A, Isolated 12pt
IC697MDL341
Version B or higher
5/48 VDC, 0.5A, Neg logic, 32pt
IC697MDL753
Version A or higher
12 VDC, 0.5A, 32pt
IC697MDL752
Version E or higher
24/48 VDC, 0.5A, 32pt
IC697MDL750
Version G or higher
24/48 VDC, 2.0A, 16pt
IC697MDL740
Version D or higher
Relay output, 16pt
IC697MDL940
Version B or higher
Single
Analog Input
Double
Relay Output, 64 Point
IC697VDR151
GFK-2063
Digital Output, 64 Point
IC697VDQ120
GFK-2066
Analog Input
IC697ALG230
GFK-0600
GFK-0385
IC697ALG440
GFK-0600
GFK-0262
SBS3* and version A or higher when installed
in the main rack.
Version A or higher when installed in an
expansion rack.
Firmware version 1.6 or higher.
Double
Analog Current Input, 16 Channel
Version B or higher
Analog Voltage Input, 16 Channel
IC697ALG441
Version B or higher
Single
Analog Output
Double
Analog Input, 64 Channel, 16 Bit
Standard Performance
IC697VAL264
GFK-2056
Analog Input, Isolated, 16bit, 16 Channel,
Voltage
IC697VAL132
GFK-2060
8 Channel RTD/Strain Gauge
IC697VRD008
GFK-2098
Analog Voltage/Current Output, 4Channel
IC697ALG320
GFK-0600
GFK-0262
IC697VAL301
GFK-2058
SBS3* and version E or higher when installed
in the main rack.
Version C or higher when installed in an
expansion rack.
Firmware version 1.4 or higher.
Single
2-20
Analog Output, 32 Channel, 12 Bit
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Type
Intelligent
Option
Slots
Used
Double
Description
High Speed Counter Module
SBS3* and version A or higher when
Part Number
Documentation
IC697HSC700
GFK-1062
IC697PCM711
GFK-0255
IC697BEM731
GFK-2017
IC687BEM731
GFK-2017
HE697THM160
Available from Horner APG:
http://www.heapg.com
installed in the main rack.
Double
Programmable Coprocessor
SBS3* and version PCMA1 R05 or higher
when installed in the main rack.
PCMA1 R05 or higher when installed in an
expansion rack.
Firmware version 4.05 or higher.
Double
Genius Bus Controller Module
SBS3* and version B or higher when installed
in the main rack.
B or higher when installed in an expansion
rack.
Firmware version 5.8 or higher.
Single
Genius Bus Controller Module
All versions.
Single
Temperature Control Module
Version G or later
Communications
Double
Communications Coprocessor Module
(CCM)
IC697CMM711
GFK-0582
Double
DLAN/DLAN+ Interface Module
IC697BEM763
GFK-0729
Ethernet Interface Module
IC698ETM001
GFK-2224
GFK-2225
Single
Redundancy Memory Xchange Module
IC698RMX016
GFK-2300
Single
Control Memory Xchange Module
IC698CMX016
GFK-2300
Bus Transmitter Module (main rack only)
IC687BEM713
GFK-0600
GFK-0262
IC697BEM711
GFK-0600
GFK-0262
SBS3* and version G01R03 or higher when
installed in main rack. Not allowed in
expansion racks. Firmware version 3.00 or
higher.
Double
Bus Expansion
Single
B or higher. Version A with assembly revision
"R08" or higher is also allowed.
Double
Bus Receiver Module (expansion rack
only)
Double
Bus Receiver Module (expansion rack
only)
IC697BEM711
GFK-0600
GFK-0262
Single
and
Double
VME Modules
The RX7i supports all non-GE Fanuc
VME modules that the Series 90-70
system supports.
N/A
GFK-2235
Version H or higher
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*SBS3. All modules installed in the RX7i main rack that use the SBS VME interface chip
are required to have version 3 of the chip. To determine whether your module meets this
requirement, look at the large square ASIC located near the top right corner of the circuit
board. The chip must have the following markings. The most critical items are the last two
lines: “SBS3” and “454-3”. (GE Fanuc started shipping modules with SBS version 3 in
1998.)
SBS
F
R
O
N
T
P
L
A
S
T
I
C
V
M
E
P
L
U
G
CIRCUIT
BOARD
XXXXXXX
GE FANUC
SBS3
454-3
C
O
V
E
R
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Series 90-70 Expansion Racks
The RX7i control system supports up to seven expansion racks. The following
Series 90-70 racks can be used as expansion racks.
IC697CHS750 – Five slot, rear (panel) mount
IC697CHS782 – VME Integrator rear (panel) mount
IC697CHS783 – VME Integrator front (rack) mount
IC697CHS790 – Nine slot rear (panel) mount
IC697CHS791 – Nine slot front (rack) mount
When used as expansion racks in an RX7i rack system, these Series 90-70 racks support
the same Series 90-70 modules and Genius devices that RX7i main racks support. For
details, see the list of modules on page 2-19.
RX7i main racks (page 2-6) cannot be used as expansion racks.
Note:
Due to Series 90-70 hardware limitations, expansion racks on an RX7i rack
system do not support RX7i power supplies, RX7i Ethernet modules, or the
following single width modules:
IC697VDD100, Digital Input, 64 Point
IC697VDR151, Relay Output, 64 Point
IC697VDQ120, Digital Output, 64 Point
IC697VAL264, Analog Input, 64 Channel, 16bit Standard Performance
IC697VAL132, Analog Input, Isolated, 16bit, 16 Channel, Voltage
IC697VRD008, 8 Channel RTD/Strain Gauge
IC697VAL301, Analog Output, 32 Channel, 12bit
For expansion rack specifications, refer to the Series 90-70 Programmable Controller
Datasheets Manual, GFK-0600. For installation instructions, refer to the Series 90-70
Programmable Controller Installation Manual, GFK-0262.
The Bus Transmitter Module BTM allows expansion from the CPU rack to a maximum of
seven Series 90-70 PLC expansion racks with up to 50 feet (15 meters) total of
interconnecting cable. The BTM has two connectors however the RX7i only supports the
one used for a daisy-chained arrangement through Bus Receiver Modules to expansion
racks.
A Bus Receiver Module (BRM) must be used in slot 1 of every Series 90-70 expansion
rack. The BRM has two connectors: one for attachment to the upstream or CPU rack, and
the other for a daisy-chained arrangement to additional expansion racks.
An expansion rack containing a High Speed Counter module (IC697HSC700) requires
Bus Receiver Module (IC697BEM711) version 13 or later.
Warning
Do not attempt to disconnect or connect an expansion rack cable
while the system is under power. This could cause unexpected
system operation or damage to equipment.
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Sharing a Power Supply with a Second Expansion Rack
Two expansion racks can be interconnected to share a single power supply for
applications having extended I/O requirements. A Power Supply Extension Cable
(IC697CBL700) is available for such applications. Dual-rack operation from a single power
supply can be implemented only if 5 VDC power of 5.2 amperes or less is required in the
second rack.
Note:
A power supply can be shared only between racks that are expansion racks to the
same RX7i main rack. Do not use the power cable extension to expand power to
a rack controlled by a different RX7i or Series 90-70 main rack. This will cause
problems because, when the RX7i resets the expansion rack, the reset signal is
sent through the power cable to the other main rack, causing it to also reset.
RX7i
(Rack 0)
Series 90-70
(Rack 1)
P
S
P
S
C
P
U
B
T
M
B
R
M
Power Supply
Extension Cable
Series 90-70
(Rack 2)
Legend
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CPU BRM BTM PS -
P
S
B
R
M
RX7i CPU
Bus Receiver Module, BEM711
Bus Transmitter Module, BEM713
Power Supply
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Installation Instructions
3
This chapter describes the procedures for installing an RX7i control system and preparing
the system for use. Included are instructions for unpacking, inspecting, installing the rack
in a rack or panel, installing modules, and connecting cables.
■
Pre-Installation Check
■
System Layout Guidelines
■
Enclosures
■
System Wiring
■
System Grounding
■
System Installation
-
RX7i Rack
-
Fan Assembly
-
Power Supply
-
CPU
-
Ethernet Interface Module
-
I/O, Communications, and Intelligent Option Modules
Notes:
■
RX7i racks are considered open equipment and therefore must be installed
in a protective enclosure rated IP54 or greater.
■
For installations in the European Union, an RX7i rack system with Series
90-70 products requires a metal enclosure and conduit. Requirements for
installing Series 90-70 products in an RX7i rack are described in Appendix A.
■
RX7i systems that include one or more Memory Xchange modules
(IC698RMX016 and IC698CMX016) must be installed in a metal enclosure or
equivalent to meet radiated emission standards. Requirements for installing
Memory Xchange modules in an RX7i rack are described in Appendix A.
■
For expansion rack installation instructions, refer to the Series 90-70
Programmable Controller Installation Manual, GFK-0262.
Warning
Do not attempt to disconnect or connect an expansion rack cable
while the system is under power. This could cause unexpected
system operation or damage to equipment.
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Pre-Installation Check
Upon receiving your RX7i system, carefully inspect all shipping containers for damage
during shipping. If any part of the system is damaged, notify the carrier immediately. The
damaged shipping container should be saved as evidence for inspection by the carrier.
As the consignee, it is your responsibility to register a claim with the carrier for damage
incurred during shipment. However, GE Fanuc will fully cooperate with you, should such
action be necessary.
After unpacking the RX7i rack and other equipment, record all serial numbers. Serial
numbers are required if you should need to contact Customer Care during the warranty
period of the equipment. All shipping containers and all packing material should be saved
should it be necessary to transport or ship any part of the system.
Verify that all components of the system have been received and that they agree with your
order. If the system received does not agree with your order, contact customer service.
If you need technical help, technical support can be reached as follows:
Technical support for control system components described in this manual:
Customer Care
Internet
Email
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Toll free: 800-GE FANUC (800-433-2682)
International direct dial: 780-420-2197
http://www.gefanuc.com/
[email protected]
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System Layout Guidelines
A good layout helps minimize the chance of electrical shock to personnel working on the
system. It lets maintenance technicians easily access the unit to make measurements,
load software, check indicator lights, remove and replace modules, etc. It also makes it
easier to trace wiring and locate components while troubleshooting. In addition, proper
system layout promotes good heat dissipation and helps eliminate electrical noise from
the system. Excess heat and noise are two major causes of electronic component failure.
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Locate RX7i equipment away from other components that generate a lot of heat, such
as transformers, power supplies, or power resistors.
Locate RX7i equipment away from components that generate electrical noise such as
relays and contacts.
Locate RX7i equipment away from high-voltage components and wiring, such as
circuit breakers and fusible disconnects, transformers, motor wiring, etc.
Locate equipment at a convenient level that allows technicians reasonable access for
maintaining the system.
Route sensitive input wires away from electrically noisy wires such as discrete output
and AC wiring. Grouping I/O modules to separate output modules from sensitive input
modules can facilitate this.
Allow a 6" minimum clearance on all four sides of each RX7i rack for
ventilation/cooling.
If your installation includes a fan assembly, a minimum clearance of 23cm (9 inches)
between RX7i racks is recommended so that an individual fan can be removed and
replaced.
Use shielded cable connections with the shield grounded at one end (at source) for all
analog modules, including RTD and Thermocouple modules.
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Enclosures
The RX7i system and its components are considered open equipment (having live
electrical parts that may be accessible to users) and must be installed in a protective
enclosure or incorporated into other assemblies manufactured to provide safety. As a
minimum, the enclosure or assemblies shall provide a degree of protection against solid
objects 12mm and larger (e.g. fingers). This equates to a NEMA/UL Type 1 enclosure or
an IP20 rating (IEC60529).
When an RX7i system is installed in an area designated as Class 1 Zone 2 in Europe,
compliance with the ATEX Directive requires an enclosure with a higher degree of
protection. Refer to “ATEX Class 1 Zone 2 Hazardous Location Requirements” located in
Appendix A for specifications.
The enclosure must be able to adequately dissipate the heat generated by all of the
components mounted inside so that no components overheat. Heat dissipation is also a
factor in determining the need for enclosure cooling options such as fans and air
conditioning. A minimum space of at least 152.4smm (6 inches) is required on all sides of
the RX7i rack for cooling. Additional space may be required, depending on the amount of
heat generated by the equipment during operation. Appendix B explains how to calculate
heat dissipation for RX7i modules and field devices in an enclosure.
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System Wiring
General Wiring Information
To avoid possible misrouting of wiring to I/O modules, the following is recommended:
•
Label all wires to and from I/O devices. Record circuit identification numbers or other
pertinent data on the inserts that go in the module’s faceplate door.
•
Wires should be dressed so that each field I/O connector is fixed relative to its
respective module.
Warning
In addition to the information provided here, always follow all wiring
and safety codes that apply to your area or your type of equipment.
For example, in the United States, most areas have adopted the
National Electrical Code standard and specify that all wiring conform
to its requirements. In other countries, different codes will apply. For
maximum safety to personnel and property you must follow these
codes. Failure to do so can lead to personal injury or death, property
damage or destruction, or both.
Color Coding Wires
These color codes are commonly used in industrial equipment manufactured in the United
States. Where they differ from codes that apply to your area or your type of equipment,
follow your applicable codes instead. Besides satisfying code requirements, wire color
coding makes testing and troubleshooting safer, faster, and easier.
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■
Green or green with stripe- Ground
■
Black - Primary AC
■
Red - Secondary AC
■
Blue - DC
■
White - Common or neutral
■
Yellow - Secondary power source not controlled by the main disconnect. Alerts
maintenance personnel that there may be power present (from an external source)
even if the equipment is disconnected from its main power source.
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Wire Routing
To reduce noise-coupling among PLC wires, electrically-noisy wiring such as AC power
wiring and discrete output module wiring should be separated from low-level signal wiring
such as DC and analog input module wiring or communications cables. Where practical,
group separately the following types of wiring:
■
AC power wiring. This includes the AC input to the PLC power supply, as well as
other AC devices in the control cabinet.
■
Analog Input or Output Module wiring. This should be shielded to further reduce
noise coupling.
■
Discrete Output Module wiring. These often switch inductive loads that produce
noise spikes when switched off.
■
DC Input Module wiring. Although suppressed internally, these low-level inputs
should be further protected against noise coupling by observing these wiring
practices.
■
Communications Cables. Wiring such as Genius bus or serial cables should be kept
away from noise-producing wiring.
Where AC or output wiring bundles must pass near noise-sensitive signal wiring bundles,
avoid running them beside each other. If they have to cross, route them a right angle to
minimize coupling between them.
Grouping Modules to Keep Wires Segregated
If practical, grouping similar modules together in the racks can help keep wiring
segregated. For example, one rack could contain only AC modules, and another only DC
modules, with further grouping by input and output types.
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System Grounding
All components of a control system and the devices it is controlling must be properly
grounded. This is particularly important for the reasons listed below.
■
A low resistance path from all parts of a system to earth minimizes exposure to shock
in the event of short circuits or equipment malfunction.
■
A low inductance path from all parts of a system to earth minimizes emissions and
increases immunity to electrical interferences. A braided ground strap with a
maximum 10:1 length-to-width ratio is recommended for these purposes.
■
The RX7i system requires proper grounding for correct operation.
Ground Conductors
■
Ground conductors should be connected in a tree fashion with branches routed to a
central earth ground point. This ensures that no ground conductor carries current from
any other branch. This method is shown in the figure below.
■
Ground conductors should be as short and as large in size as possible. Conductors
must always be large enough to carry the maximum short circuit current of the path
being considered.
RX7i Control
System Cabinet
Rack
Programming
Device
Motor Drives
and other
Electrical
Control
Equipment
Machinery
Rack
Earth
Ground
Central
Ground Point
Note: Signal and
power connections
not shown.
Recommended System Grounding
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Equipment Grounding
Equipment grounding recommendations and procedures are listed below. These
grounding procedures must be properly followed for safe operation of your RX7i control
system.
Safety and Reference Ground
■
The ground stud on the side of the rack must be connected to earth ground using
2
minimum AWG #12 (3.3 mm ) wire, with the shortest possible length, and a ring
terminal. Use of a nut and star washer for each wire on the GND stud is
recommended to ensure adequate grounding. Refer to applicable electrical safety
codes.
Warning
If the ground stud on the rack is not connected, the rack is not
grounded. The rack must be grounded to minimize electrical shock
hazard, which may result in severe personal injury or fatality and to
maintain certification to standards.
■
To assure adequate module to rack grounding, all RX7i modules must have their
faceplate screws tightened to ensure a good electrical connection to the rack.
■
All racks that are grouped together in an RX7i control system must have a common
ground connection. This is especially important for racks that are not mounted in the
same control cabinet.
Shield Ground
The top and bottom rails of the rack are used for module shield grounding.
RX7i modules must have their faceplate screws tightened to ensure shield grounding. The
CPU and Ethernet Interface modules’ serial port shields are tied directly to the rack
ground. To prevent DC loop currents caused by different ground potentials, the shield may
require external capacitive coupling between the cable shield and the rack ground at one
end of the cable.
The RX7i Ethernet network ports are tied directly to rack (or frame) ground. When using
shielded Ethernet cables, one end of the cable needs to be capacitively coupled to its
shield or local ground to prevent DC ground current loops from running through the cable
shield between grounds at different potentials.
Some Series 90-70 modules have a ground clip that contacts the conductive bottom rail
when the module is fully inserted. Shield connections in the user connector are routed to
this ground clip through conductors on the module.
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System Installation
RX7i Rack
Warning
RX7i racks are considered open equipment, and therefore must be
installed in a protective enclosure with a rating of IP54 or greater.
Mounting requirements (front or rear mount) must be determined according to the
application. Mounting flanges are an integral part of rack side panels.
Front Mount 17-Slot Rack (IC698CHS117)
The front-mount RX7i rack mounts in a standard 19" (483 mm) rack. The RX7i rack must
be mounted in the orientation shown in the following figure.
The #8-32 ground stud on the sides of the rack must be connected to earth ground as
detailed in “Safety and Reference Ground” on page 3-8.
Mounting Dimensions
Dim ensions in inches. M illimeters are in parentheses.
*6.00
(152.4)
9.14
(232)
7.25
(184)
19.00
(483)
0.45
(11)
**
18.34
(466)
*6.00
(152.4)
17.04
(433)
**
1.48
(38)
2.25
(57)
7.50
(191)
3.00
(76)
11.15
(283)
Intelligent fan
connector
2.25
(57)
Ground
stud
1.48
(38)
Ground stud
Series 90-70 modules extend 1.7 in.
(43m m) beyond front of rack.
0.265 x 0.437
(typical)
0.33
(8.38)
* Allowance for cooling. If additional cooling is required,
a rack fan assem bly can be m ounted on the rack.
** Allow sufficient horizontal clearance for access to
ground studs at each end of the rack.
Side View
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(152.4)
Front View
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Rear Mount 17-Slot Rack (IC698CHS017)
The rear-mount rack mounts in a 10" (254 mm) deep enclosure. The rack must be
mounted in the orientation shown in the following figure.
The #8-32 ground stud on the sides of the rack must be connected to earth ground as
detailed in “Safety and Reference Ground” on page 3-8.
Mounting Dimensions
Dim ensions in inches. M illimeters are in parentheses.
*6.00
(152.4)
9.14
(232)
7.25
(184)
19.00
(483)
0.45
(11)
18.11
(460)
**
*6.00
(152.4)
17.04
(433)
**
0.75
(19)
6.75
(172)
Intelligent fan
connector
1.5
(38)
2.24
(57)
Series 90-70 modules extend 1.7 in.
(43m m) beyond front of rack.
11.15
(283)
3.00
(76)
Ground
stud
Ground
stud
0.25 dia
(typical)
0.34
(8.64)
* Allowance for cooling. If additional cooling is required,
a rack fan assem bly can be m ounted on the rack.
** Allow sufficient horizontal clearance for access to
ground studs at each end of the rack.
Side View
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*6.00
(152.4)
Front View
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Rear Mount 17-Slot Rack with Rear I/O Access (IC698CHS217)
This rack mounts in a 10" (254 mm) deep enclosure. The rack must be mounted in the
orientation shown in the following figure.
Overall rack dimensions are 11.15"H x 19"W x 8.875"D (283 x 483 x 225mm). Rack
dimensions with the optional rear cover installed are 11.15"H x 19"W x 8.97"D
(283 x 483 x 228mm).
To mount the rack with the rack spacers, you will need eight M6 machine screws.
The #8-32 ground stud on the sides of the rack must be connected to earth ground as
detailed in “Safety and Reference Ground” on page 3-8.
To meet U.S., Canadian, Australian and European regulations for Class A digital devices
and maintain CE Mark compliance, RX7i installations that include the following products
must be installed in a metal enclosure with external wiring routed in metal conduit as
described in Appendix A.
Mounting Dimensions
Dimensions in inches. Millimeters are in parentheses.
9.14
(232)
7.25
(184)
*6.00
(152.4)
19.00
(483)
0.45
(11)
18.11
(460)
**
*6.00
(152.4)
17.04
(433)
**
0.75
(19)
Intelligent fan
connector
6.75
(172) 3.00
(76)
1.5
(38)
2.24
(57)
Series 90-70 modules extend 1.7 in.
(43mm) beyond front of rack.
Side View
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11.15
(283)
Ground
stud
Ground
stud
0.25 dia
(typical)
0.34
(8.64)
* Allowance for cooling. If additional cooling is required,
a rack fan assembly can be mounted on the rack.
** Allow sufficient horizontal clearance for access to
ground studs at each end of the rack.
*6.00
(152.4)
Front View
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Installation Procedure for Rear I/O Access Rack
1.
2.
3.
Fasten two rack spacers on the
equipment panel, one for each
side of the rack, using four M6
screws.
Insert four M6 screws in either
the top or bottom sets of holes
on the spacers. Because these
will be used for mounting the
rack, do not tighten them all the
way down. Leave enough space
between the screws and the
spacer to install the rack.
18.11"
(460mm)
Install any rack rear I/O wiring
required for the application.
Refer to the PACSystems RX7i
Installation Manual, GFK-2223
for recommendations related to
wiring.
Rear I/O
Connectors
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4.
To use the optional rear cover,
remove nine screws from the
rear connector assembly, as
indicated in the drawing to the
right.
Install the cover over the rack
rear connectors, with the
opening facing downward.
Fasten the cover to the rack
using the nine screws.
Remove and
re-use screws.
Remove and
re-use screws.
5.
Mount the rack assembly onto
the spacer screws and tighten
the screws to firmly hold the
rack.
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Rear Mount 9-Slot Rack (IC698CHS009)
The rear-mount rack mounts in a 10" (254 mm) deep enclosure. The rack must be
mounted in the orientation shown in the following figure.
The #8-32 ground stud on the sides of the rack must be connected to earth ground as
detailed in “Safety and Reference Ground” on page 3-8.
Mounting Dimensions
Dimensions in inches. Millimeters are in parentheses.
9.14
(232)
7.25
(184)
*6.00
(152.4)
12.60
(320
0.45
(11)
**
11.71
(297)
*6.00
(152.4)
10.64
(270)
**
0.75
(19)
6.75
(172) 3.00
(76)
Intelligent fan
connector
1.5
(38)
2.24
(57)
Series 90-70 modules extend 1.7 in.
(43mm) beyond front of rack.
11.15
(283)
0.25 dia
(typical)
0.34
(8.64)
* Allowance for cooling. If additional cooling is required,
a rack fan assembly can be mounted on the rack.
** Allow sufficient horizontal clearance for access to
ground studs at each end of the rack.
Side View
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Ground
stud
Ground
stud
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(152.4)
Front View
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Front Mount 9-Slot Rack (IC698CHS109
The rack must be mounted in the orientation shown in the following figure.
The #8-32 ground stud on the sides of the rack must be connected to earth ground as
detailed in “Safety and Reference Ground” on page 3-8.
Mounting Dimensions
Dimensions in inches. Millimeters are in parentheses.
9.14
(232)
7.25
(184)
*6.00
(152.4)
0.45
(11)
**
12.60
(320)
11.94
(303)
*6.00
(152.4)
10.64
(270)
**
1.48
(38)
2.25
(57)
7.50 3.00
(191) (76)
11.15
(283)
Intelligent fan
connector
2.25
(57)
Ground
stud
1.48
(38)
Series 90-70 modules extend 1.7 in.
(43mm) beyond front of rack.
Side View
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Ground stud
0.265 x 0.437
(typical)
0.33
(8.38)
* Allowance for cooling. If additional cooling is required,
a rack fan assembly can be mounted on the rack.
** Allow sufficient horizontal clearance for access to
ground studs at each end of the rack.
*6.00
(152.4)
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Fan Assembly
Note:
It is recommended that the fans be wired to the same source of power as the
CPU. This ensures that the fans are running when the CPU is active.
Note:
You will need to install the fan assembly on the rack before installing the rack into
an enclosure or equipment rack. A minimum of 23cm (9 inches) between racks is
required to remove and replace an individual fan from the fan assembly.
The following fan kits are available:
For 9-Slot Racks
Rack Fan Assembly, 120 VAC IC697ACC621
Rack Fan Assembly, 240 VAC IC697ACC624
Rack Fan Assembly, 24 VDC
IC697ACC644
For 17-Slot Racks
Rack Fan Assembly, 120 VAC IC697ACC721
Rack Fan Assembly, 240 VAC IC697ACC724
Rack Fan Assembly, 24 VDC
IC697ACC744
Replacement Fans and Filter Elements
120 VAC Replacement Fans
Sinwan S109AP-11-1TB
240 VAC Replacement Fans
Sinwan S109AP-22-1TB
24 VDC Replacement Fans
Sinwan SD1238AP-24HBT
Replacement Filter Element for all Rack Fan Assemblies Comair Rotron 554146 (5 pack)
Installing Fan Assemblies for 17-Slot Racks
AC Rack Fan Assemblies (IC697ACC721/724): The fans are wired in parallel using a
cable assembly (supplied with the fan assembly) that plugs into the three fan wiring
connectors. When the cable assembly is installed, the fan on the left (looking at front of
rack) will have a 3-foot lead with stripped ends for connecting to the 120 or 240VAC
power source.
Wiring Connector (3)
AC Rack Fan Assemblies IC697ACC721/724
24 VDC Rack Fan Assembly (IC697ACC744): For Revision B Rack Fan Assemblies and
later, the power cable wiring is the same as for the AC Rack Fan Assembles
(IC697ACC721/724). For earlier versions, the fans each have a pair of 12" (310 mm), 24
AWG leads. Connect these leads in parallel, with all red leads connected to +24 VDC, and
all black leads connected to 24 VDC Common. Use wire ties to fasten leads down.
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Mounting the Fan Assembly on a Rack
The following illustration shows the position of the fan assembly when it is mounted on a
rack. Note that it is mounted on the bottom of the rack with airflow from the bottom toward
the top of the rack.
LOGIC POWER
TPK.A.42979
4-17-89
POWER
SUPPLY
OK
RUN
ENABLED
CENTRAL
PROCESSOR
UNIT
OK
PGMR ACTIVE
BUS ACTIVE
BUS
TRANSMITTER
OK
USER 1
USER 2
PROGRAMMABLE
COPROCESOOR
OK
CH 1 OK
BUS CONTROLLER
1 CHANNEL
INPUT
120VAC
INPUT
120VAC
INPUT
120VAC
OUTPUT
120VAC, 05A
OUTPUT
120VAC, 05A
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
Typical Fan Assembly Mounting (AC Type Fan Assembly Shown)
To install the fan assembly, use the following instructions. The only tool you need to
attach the fan assembly to the rack is a #2 Phillips screwdriver.
7.25
2.82
2.70
1.45
2.09
Fan Assembly Dimensions for Mounting
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1. Position the fan assembly on the bottom of the rack and slide the flange on the rear of
the fan assembly (flange without slots) under the lip of the rear rail on the rack.
2. While doing this, align the two holes in each end of the fan assembly with the holes in
the rack side plates.
3. Install two screws in each end and secure the fan assembly by tightening the screws
to 10-12 in.-lbs.
4. There are two additional screws that must be installed in the front rail. Install these
screws and tighten to 10-12 in.-lbs.
Mounting Details for Fan Assembly (AC Type Shown
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Installing Fan Assemblies for 9-Slot Racks
AC Rack Fan Assemblies (IC697ACC621/624): The two fans are wired in parallel using
a cable assembly (supplied with the fan assembly) that plugs into the fan wiring
connectors, located on the back of the fan assembly. When the cable assembly is
installed, the fan on the right (looking at front of rack) will have a 3-foot lead with stripped
ends for connecting to the 120 or 240VAC power source.
24 VDC Rack Fan Assembly (IC697ACC644): The two fans are wired in parallel using a
cable assembly (supplied with the fan assembly) that plugs into the fan wiring connectors,
located on the back of the fan assembly. When the cable assembly is installed, the fan on
the right (looking at front of rack) will have a 3-foot lead with stripped ends for connecting
to the 24 VDC power source. The red lead connects to +24 VDC and the black lead
connects to 24 VDC Common. Use wire ties to fasten leads down.
Mounting the Fan Assembly on a Rack
The following illustration shows the position of the fan assembly when it is mounted on a
rack. Note that it is mounted on the bottom of the rack with airflow from the bottom toward
the top of the rack.
The only tool you need to attach the fan assembly to the rack is a #2 Phillips screwdriver.
Note:
A minimum of 23cm (9 inches) between racks is required to remove and replace
an individual fan.
1. Remove the three screws from the front, bottom panel of the rack.
2. Position the fan assembly on the bottom of the rack and slide the flange on the
rear of the fan assembly (flange without slots) under the lip of the rear rail on the
rack.
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3. Align the two holes in each end of the fan assembly with the holes in the rack side
plates.
4. Install the three screws removed in step 1 in the front of the fan assembly,
securing the fan bracket to the rack. Tighten the screws to 10-12 in.-lbs.
5. Install two screws in each end. Secure the fan assembly by tightening the screws
to 10-12 in.-lbs.
Changing the Fan Filters
Each fan has a polyurethane filter that can be removed, and cleaned or replaced as
needed.
To remove the filter, first remove the plastic retainer by lifting the tabs located on all four
sides of the retainer. Remove the filter and either clean it or replace it with a new filter.
To replace a retainer, align the retainer with the filter assembly and snap the retainer back
in place. Details of the filter assembly are shown in the following figure.
Guard
Filter
Retainer
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RX7i Power Supply
Warning
Even if the power supply is switched off, hazardous voltages from
user field wiring may still be present on the I/O terminal boards, as
well as on the power supply terminal board. Care should be taken
when handling the power supply and I/O modules, as well as any
wiring connected to them in order to prevent personal injury.
Replace power supply with same type and rating.
When in hazardous locations, turn off power before replacing or
wiring modules.
The power supply module is installed in the leftmost slot of any standard RX7i rack.
Note:
For power supply load capacities and module power requirements, refer to
chapter 4.
Field Wiring Connections – AC Power Supplies (IC698PSA100 and IC698PSA350)
The AC input terminals are located on the front faceplate of the power supply. The top two
terminals (L1 and L2/N) are for 120/240 VAC input. Power input connections should be
2
made with copper AWG #16 (1.3 mm ) wire rated for 75°C (167°F). Each terminal can
accept two solid or stranded wires, but the wires into any given terminal should be the
same type and size. The wires should be stripped to a length of 0.25” or 7mm. Torque
setting should be 12 in-lb (1.3 N-m).
It is recommended that the GND (ground) terminal on the power supply be connected to
the GND stud on the rack and to the input power’s earth ground reference using copper
2
AWG #16 (1.3 mm ) wire rated for 75°C (167°F) to ensure adequate grounding. Use of a
nut and star washer on the ground stud is recommended.
Rack Grounding
Stud (8-32)
Earth
Ground
2
#12 (3.3 mm )
Ground Wire
WARNING:
DO NOT DISCONNECT
WHILE CIRCUIT IS
ALIVE UNLESS AREA
IIS KNOWN TO BE
NONHAZARDOUS
Replace with same
type and rating
2A/250V
INPUT
H
N
L1 +
120/240VAC 125VDC
L2/N -
G
Input Power
Torque 12 in-lb
(1.3 N-m)
75°C Copper
Conductors
Terminal Board Connections for IC698PSA100/350
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Field Wiring Connections – DC Power Supply (IC698PSD300)
The DC input terminals are located on the front faceplate of the power supply. Power input
connections should be made with copper AWG #16 (1.3 mm2 ) wire rated for 75°C
(167°F). Each terminal can accept two solid or stranded wires, but the wires into any given
terminal should be the same type and size. The terminal can accept a single wire
connection up to AWG #12. All wire lengths should be stripped to 0.25” (7mm). Longer
stripping lengths will result in exposed power wires which is a potential shock
hazard.
It is recommended that the GND (ground) terminal on the power supply be connected to
2
the GND terminal on the rack and to earth using copper AWG #12 (3.3 mm ) wire rated
for 75°C (167°F) to ensure adequate grounding. Use of a nut and star washer for each
wire on the ground terminal is recommended.
Rac k Grounding
Stud (8-32)
Earth
Ground
2
#12 (3.3 mm )
Ground Wire
WARNING:
DO NOT D ISCONNEC T
WHILE C IRCUIT I S
ALI VE UNLES S ARE A IS
IKNOWN TO BE
NONHAZARDOUS
Pos itiv e
+ DC
Power
Source
24 VDC
Negativ e
- DC
Torque 12 in-lb
(1.3 N-m)
75°C Copper
Conduc tors
Ground
Terminal Board Connections for IC698PSD300
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CPU
1. Record the 12-digit hexadecimal Medium Access Control
(MAC) address from the printed label on the rear wall of
the CPU battery compartment. You will need the MAC
address to set the initial IP address of the Ethernet
Interface so you can store a hardware configuration to the
RX7i.
2. Make sure that the RX7i rack power is off.
Battery
Compartment
Three-cell
Battery Pack
MAC Label
located on rear wall of
battery compartment
3. Install the CPU module in slot 1 of rack 0. Press the
module firmly in place, but do not force the module.
Tighten the screws on the top and bottom of the CPU’s
faceplate.
4. Connect one or both of the Ethernet network ports to the Ethernet network.
5. Turn on power. As the CPU powers up, the LEDs turn on and off in the following
sequence, which corresponds to the CPU initialization process:
a) All LEDs are off when power is first applied.
b) The ENA (enable) LED is turned on.
c) The Run LED is turned on. (The ENA LED remains on.)
d) The ENA LED is turned off. (The Run LED remains on.)
e) The Run LED is turned off, and the OK LED is turned on.
During initialization, the EOK LED blinks and then turns on when initialization is
complete. For details on verifying proper Ethernet interface powerup, temporary IP
address assignment, software configuration and connecting the CPU module to an
Ethernet network, refer to the TCP/IP Ethernet Communications for the PACSystems
RX7i User’s Manual, GFK-2224.
6. Connect the battery to either of the battery connectors on the module. (You can
connect the battery at any step in the installation process but it will begin to drain
immediately unless power is applied. To maximize battery life, it is recommended that
you install it after power has been turned on).
After the program has been verified, the toggle switch can be moved to the appropriate
operation mode position: RUN EN (run with outputs enabled), RUN DIS (run with outputs
disabled), or STOP. The LEDs indicate the position of the toggle switch, status of serial
port activity, status of Ethernet interface including Ethernet OK, LAN, STATus, activity,
and 10 or 100Mbps rate used. For details on CPU operation, refer to the PACSystems
RX7i CPU Reference Manual, GFK-2222.
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Replacing the CPU Battery Pack
A three-cell lithium battery pack (IC698ACC701) is installed
in the battery compartment on the front of the CPU. The
battery maintains program and data memory and operates
the calendar clock when power is removed.
Battery
Compartment
Three-cell
Battery Pack
To avoid loss of RAM memory contents, routine maintenance
procedures should include scheduled replacement of the
CPU’s IC698ACC701 lithium battery pack. For information on
estimating battery life, refer to the PACSystems CPU
Reference Manual, GFK-2222.
To replace the battery pack:
Note:
The battery can be replaced with power applied to the
rack and the CPU in RUN or STOP mode.
1. Open the battery compartment door and remove the battery from the compartment
without disconnecting the battery from its terminals.
2. Place the replacement battery in the compartment and connect it to the battery
terminals that are not being used.
4. Disconnect the old battery from its terminal and discard the old battery.
5. Close the battery compartment door.
Warning
Do not re-charge, disassemble, heat or incinerate lithium batteries.
Do not make substitutions for the battery. Be sure to use the
authorized part number to replace the battery.
Disposal of lithium batteries must be done in accordance with
federal, state, and local regulations. Be sure to consult with the
appropriate regulatory agencies before disposing of batteries.
For details, refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet provided with the
battery.
Note:
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An external Auxiliary Battery Module, IC693ACC302 can be used to provide longterm battery backup for any PACSystems CPU. For details, refer to the datasheet
for the Auxiliary Battery Module, GFK-2124.
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Removing a CPU from the Rack
The instructions listed below should be followed when removing a CPU from its slot in a
rack.
Warning
Do not insert or remove a module when power is applied to the rack.
This could cause the system to stop, damage the module, or cause
personal injury to you. Use care when inserting or removing a
module so that the printed circuit board and/or its components are
not damaged.
1. Be sure the RX7i rack power is OFF.
2. Unscrew the top and bottom mounting screws to release the board from the chassis.
The screws should stay mounted in the faceplate but allow the faceplate to be
separated from the chassis rails.
3. Grasp the board firmly at the top and bottom of the faceplate with your thumbs on the
front of the cover and your fingers on the back of the cover.
4. Pull the board firmly to remove it from the backplane connector.
5. Slide the board along the card guide and remove it from the rack.
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Ethernet Interface Module
For details on features and operation, refer to the TCP/IP Communications for the
PACSystems RX7i User’s Manual, GFK-2224, and the Station Manager for the
PACSystems RX7i user’s manual, GFK-2225.
1. Read and record the 12-digit hexadecimal MAC Address from the printed label on the
side of the Ethernet Interface module. You will need the MAC address to set the initial
IP address of the Ethernet Interface so you can store a hardware configuration to the
PLC.
2. Be sure the RX7i rack power is OFF.
3. Slide the Ethernet Interface into the slot for which it was configured in the system.
This is normally the first available slot to the right of the CPU.
4. Press the board firmly in place, but do not force the board. Tighten the screws on the
top and bottom of the module’s faceplate.
5. Connect one or both of the network ports on the Ethernet Interface to the Ethernet
network.
6. Power up the RX7i rack.
For details on verifying proper powerup, assigning a temporary IP address, configuring the
Ethernet Interface hardware parameters, and connecting the interface module to an
Ethernet network, refer to the TCP/IP Communications for the PACSystems RX7i User’s
Manual, GFK-2224.
MAC Address Label
Side View of Ethernet Interface Module
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I/O, Communications and Intelligent Option Modules
I/O, communications, and intelligent option modules can be installed in slots 3 and higher
of the RX7i rack. (The last slot on the right is a double slot; if you install a single-width
module in this slot, you will want to install a single-width filler faceplate (IC698ACC735) to
cover the empty opening.)
Backplane connectors are spaced on 0.8" (20.3mm) centers to accommodate single-width
RX7i and VME modules. Legacy Series 90-70 modules use two slots each.
Note:
RX7i modules use faceplates fitted with an EMI gasket (a metal strip along the
side of the faceplate) to ensure contact of the gasket with the faceplate of each
adjacent module in the rack, forming a continuous EMI shield for the modules in
the rack. (RX7i power supplies have the gasket on both sides of the faceplate.)
The EMI gasket should be facing to the right when installed as one views the front
of the rack. This EMI shield makes the rack less susceptible to external electrical
noise and minimizes the level of electrical noise radiated by the rack. If the rack is
not fully populated with gasketed faceplates, it must be installed into a metal
enclosure to achieve similar noise improvement. Gasketed filler faceplates can be
ordered as needed. (IC698ACC735 - single-width; IC698ACC720 -double-width).
Warning
Do not insert or remove a module when power is applied to the rack.
This could cause the system to stop, damage the module, or cause
personal injury to you. Use care when inserting or removing a
module so that the printed circuit board and/or its components are
not damaged.
Note:
Integration of VME modules must be in accordance with the guidelines described
in the PACSystems RX7i User's Guide to Integration of VME Modules, GFK-2235.
I/O Module Addressing
Module addressing is determined by the position (slot number) in the rack in which it is
installed. There are no jumpers or DIP switch settings required for addressing of modules.
Reference addresses for each module are assigned using the hardware configuration
portion of the programming software. The hardware configuration function allows you to
assign reference addresses to the I/O modules on a slot-by-slot basis.
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Power Supply
350W AC
Power Supply
CPU
750 MHz
CPU
Series 90-70 Modules
VME Modules
RX7i Rack with VME and Double-Width Series 90-70 Modules Installed
Single-Width Modules
1. Be sure the power to the rack
into which the module is to be
inserted is OFF.
Card guide
Connector
2. Grasp the module firmly with your
hand and insert it into the card
guide.
Screws
3. Align the module’s printed circuit
board with the connector on the
rack backplane and slide it towards
the connector until it has started to
seat.
4. Press the board firmly in place, but
do not force the board. Tighten the
screws on the top and bottom of
the module’s faceplate.
Connector
Card guide
Grounding
All RX7i modules have metal faceplates that must be screwed directly to the conductive
top and bottom rail of the rack to ensure the faceplate is grounded to frame ground.
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Terminal Boards
Some single width I/O modules have detachable field wiring terminal connectors. This
feature makes it easy to prewire field wiring to user supplied input and output devices, and
to replace modules in the field without disturbing existing field wiring. The connector is
supplied with integral latches. To remove the connector, depress both latches
simultaneously while gently pulling connector from socket. To install the connector, align
the keying rows, and press the connector into place.
For connector pin and signal assignments, and field wiring procedures, refer to the
documentation for the specific module. (User’s manuals are listed in “Modules Supported
in RX7i" in chapter 2.)
Removing a Module
1. Be sure the rack power is OFF.
2. Loosen the screws that secure the module to the rack at the top and bottom of the
faceplate.
3. If the module has ejection levers at the top and bottom of the module faceplate,
disengage the module from the rack by pressing the levers (this is not applicable for
rd
RX7i modules as there are no ejection levers – only for 3 party VME).
4. Slide the printed circuit board along the card guide and remove it from the rack.
Double-Width Series 90-70 Modules
The following procedure is recommended when
inserting a module into its slots in a rack:
1. Be sure the power to the rack into which the
module is to be inserted is OFF.
Connector
Squeeze
latch
and
push
2. Grasp the module firmly with your hand and insert
it into the card guide.
3. Align the module’s printed circuit board with the
connector on the rack backplane and slide it
towards the connector until it has started to seat.
6. Place one thumb on the left side of the top plastic
flange and the other thumb on the left side of the
bottom plastic flange. Push the board into the
connector until the top and bottom latches click
onto the rack rails. Visually inspect the board to
be sure it has seated properly.
Note:
If a key block has already been installed on
the rack, insert the module without the key
block.
Grounding
Key
Block
Rack
guide
Squeeze latch
and push
Some Series 90-70 I/O modules have a ground clip
that contacts the conductive bottom rail on the rack
when the module is fully inserted. Shield connections in the user connectors are routed to
this ground clip through conductors on the module.
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Universal Terminal Boards
Series 90-70 I/O modules have detachable field wiring terminal boards. This convenient
feature makes it easy to prewire field wiring to the user supplied input and output devices,
and to replace modules in the field without disturbing existing field wiring. The I/O
2
connector terminals accept up to one AWG #14 (2.1 mm ) wire or two AWG #16 (1.3
2
mm ) wires. Wires are routed out of the bottom of the terminal board cavity. A terminal
board strap attached to the bottom front of each I/O terminal board is used to securely
fasten the terminal board to the rack. For field wiring procedures, refer to GFK-0262.
Mechanical Keying
Some double-width Series 90-70 I/O modules are mechanically interlocked by means of a
key block to prevent the accidental interchange of one module type for another. For
example, a DC Output module cannot be inserted into a slot where the terminal board has
been wired for an AC Input module. A unique key is provided with each module. When a
module is initially installed in a rack, the key block automatically latches onto the center
rail on the backplane, where it remains when a module is removed. Only the correct
module type can be inserted into that slot.
Installing Insulating Strips for Series 90-70 Modules
An insulator strip is required on certain Series 90-70 modules that are installed to the
immediate right of an RX7i module. The insulator strip prevents module from shortcircuiting to the metal faceplates of an adjacent VME module.
Note:
Current versions of these modules are shipped with the insulators installed. The
strip is visible on the back of the printed wiring assembly.
High Voltage Series 90-70 Modules
Insulating strips should be installed on the following modules:
IC697MDL240
IC697MDL241
IC697MDL250
IC697MDL251
IC697MDL640
IC697MDL340
IC697MDL341
IC697MDL350
Versions earlier than
D
D
G
E
E
G
E
F
The RX7i rack is shipped with an Insulator Kit that includes enough parts to update three
Series 90-70 I/O modules.
The plastic insulating strip is installed on the back of the printed wiring assembly, along
the edge of the I/O connector to prevent the possibility of high voltage I/O cards shortcircuiting to the metal faceplates of VME cards. (Follow the installation instructions
included with the kit). Use part number 44A752213-G01 to order additional kits as
needed.
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Bus Controller and Bus Expansion Modules
Insulating strips should be installed on the following modules to prevent the possibility of
the module short-circuiting to the metal faceplate of the adjacent VME board.
IC697BEM731
Genius Bus Controller
IC697BEM713
Bus Transmitter Module
IC697BEM711
Bus Receiver Module
The plastic insulating strip is installed on the backside of the printed wiring assembly,
along the edge of the I/O connector.
To order insulating strip kits for IC697BEMxxx modules that do not have them, use part
number 44A751635-G01. (Follow the installation instructions included with the kit).
Removing a Double Width Series 90-70 Module
1. Ensure that the rack is powered down.
2. Grasp the module firmly at the top and bottom of the board cover with your thumbs on
the front of the cover and your fingers on the plastic clips on the back of the cover.
3. Squeeze the rack clips on the back of the cover with your fingers to disengage the
clips from the rack rail and pull the board firmly to remove it from the backplane
connector.
4. Slide the printed circuit board along the card guide and remove it from the rack.
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Chapter
Power Supply Load Requirements
4
Power Supply Load Capacity
The total load of all modules in a rack must not exceed the maximum load capacity of the
power supply. Refer to “Module Load Requirements” on page 4-2 for a listing of DC load
required by the modules supported in an RX7i system. The maximum capacities for the
power supplies are listed in the following tables.
RX7i Power Supplies
Catalog Number
Maximum Total Output (Watts)
IC698PSA350
IC698PSA100
IC698PSD300
350
100
300
Output Voltage (Volts)
Current (Amps)
+5
60
+12
12
-12
4
+5
20
+12
2
-12
1
+5
50
+12
10
-12
4
Series 90-70 Power Supplies
Catalog Number
Output Voltage (Volts)
Current (Amps)
55
+5
11
IC697PWR711/713
55
+5
20
+12
2
IC697PWR721/722
IC697PWR724
IC697PWR731/732
IC697PWR748
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IC697PWR710/712
90
90
60
90
-12
1
+5
16.5
+12
1.5
-12
1
+5
18
+12
1.5
-12
1
+5
12
+12
1.5
-12
1
+5
18
+12
1.5
-12
1
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Module Load Requirements
The following table lists the DC load (in Amps) required by each module. The total load of
all modules in a rack must not exceed the maximum capacity of the power supply in the
rack in which the modules are installed. For power supply load capacities, see page 4-1.
Module Load Requirements (in Amps)
Catalog Number
+5 VDC
+12 VDC
-12 VDC
300Mhz CPU
3.2
0.042
0.008
IC698CPE020/CRE020
700Mhz CPU
4.5
0.042
0.008
IC698ETM001
Rack-based Ethernet module
1.5
—
—
IC698CHS017
Rear mount rack
0.7
—
—
IC698CHS117
Front mount rack
0.7
—
—
IC698CMX016
Communications Memory Xchange
1.8
—
—
IC698RMX016
Redundancy Memory Xchange
1.8
—
—
IC697BEM713
Bus Transmitter
1.4
—
—
IC698CPE010
4-2
Module
IC697BEM711
Bus Receiver
0.8
—
—
IC697BEM731
Genius Bus Controller, double-width
1.3
—
—
IC687BEM731
Genius Bus Controller, single-width
1.3
—
—
IC697BEM763
DLAN/DLAN+ Interface Module
1.0
—
—
IC697CMM711
Communications Coprocessor
0.7
—
—
IC697HSC700
High Speed Counter
Listed current + 10mA x number of ON outputs) +
(1.6 x encoder current).
1.0
—
—
IC697MDL240
120 VAC Isolated, Input, 16 points
0.25
—
—
IC697MDL241
240 VAC Isolated, Input, 16 points
0.25
—
—
IC697MDL250
120 VAC Input, 32 points
0.35
—
—
IC697MDL251
120 VAC Input, 16 points
0.35
—
—
IC697MDL252
12 VAC Input, 32 points
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL253
24 VAC Input, 32 points
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL254
48 VAC Input, 32 points
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL340
120 VAC Output, 16 point
0.25
—
—
IC697MDL341
120/240 VAC Isolated 2A Output, 16 points
0.25
—
—
IC697MDL350
120 VAC Output, 32 point
0.5
—
—
IC697MDL640
125 VDC Pos/Neg Logic Input, 16 points
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL651
Negative Logic, TTL, Input, 32 points
0.53
—
—
IC697MDL652
12 VDC Pos/Neg Logic Input, 32 points
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL653
24 VDC Pos/Neg Logic Input, 32 points
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL654
48 VDC Pos/Neg Logic Input, 32 points
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL671
Interrupt Input Module, 16 points (14 Interrupt)
0.3
—
—
IC697MDL740
24/48 VDC Output, 16 point
0.25
—
—
IC697MDL940
16 Point Output, Relay
0.75
—
—
IC697PCM711
Programmable Coprocessor
1.00
—
—
IC697VDD100
Digital Input, 64 Point
2.0
—
—
IC697VDR151
Relay Output, 64 Point
4.0
—
—
IC697VDQ120
Digital Output, 64 Point
5.1
—
—
IC697VAL264
Analog Input, 64 Channel, 16bit Standard Performance
7.0
—
—
IC697VAL132
Analog Input, Isolated, 16bit, 16 Channel, Voltage
2.5
—
—
IC697VRD008
8 Channel RTD/Strain Gauge
3.85
—
—
IC697VAL301
Analog Output, 32 Channel, 12bit
3.5
—
—
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Cabling Information
5
This chapter presents pin assignment information for the Ethernet and serial ports
provided in the RX7i system.
Ethernet Ports
There are two RJ-45 Ethernet ports on the Ethernet Interface. Either or both of these ports
may be attached to other Ethernet devices. Each port automatically senses the data rate
(10Mbps or 100Mbps), duplex (half duplex or full duplex), and cabling arrangement
(straight through or crossover) of the attached link.
Caution
The two ports on the Ethernet Interface must not be connected,
directly or indirectly to the same device. The hub or switch
connections in an Ethernet network must form a tree, otherwise
duplication of packets may result.
10Base-T/100Base-Tx Port Pin Assignments
Pin Number
Signal
1*
TD+
Description
Transmit Data +
2
TD-
Transmit Data -
3
RD+
Receive Data +
4
NC
No connection
5
NC
No connection
6
RD-
Receive Data -
7
NC
No connection
8
NC
No connection
* Pin 1 is at the bottom of the connector as viewed from the front of the module.
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Serial Ports
Port 1 Pin Assignments
CPU Port 1 is RS-232 compatible and optocoupler isolated. It has a 9-pin, female, D-sub
connector with a standard pin out. This is a DCE (data communications equipment) port
that allows a simple straight-through cable to connect to a standard AT-style RS-232 port.
Port 1 RS-232 Signals
Pin Number
Signal Name
Description
1*
NC
No Connection
2
TXD
Transmit Data
3
RXD
Receive Data
4
DSR
Data Set Ready
5
0V
Signal Ground
6
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
7
CTS
Clear To Send
8
RTS
Request to Send
9
NC
No Connection
* Pin 1 is at the bottom right of the connector as viewed from the front of the module.
Port 2 Pin Assignments
CPU Port 2 is RS-485 compatible and optocoupler isolated. Port 2 has a 15-pin, female Dsub connector. This port does not support the RS-485 to RS-232 adapter (IC690ACC901).
This is a DCE port.
Port 2 RS-485 Signals
Pin No.
Signal Name
Description
1*
Shield
Cable Shield
2
NC
No Connection
3
NC
No Connection
4
NC
No Connection
5
NC
No Connection
6
RTS(A)
Differential Request to Send
7
0V
Signal Ground
8
CTS(B‘)
Differential Clear To Send
Resistor Termination
9
RT**
10
RD(A‘)**
Differential Receive Data
11
RD(B‘)
Differential Receive Data
12
SD(A)
Differential Send Data
13
SD(B)
Differential Send Data
14
RTS(B)
Differential Request To Send
15
CTS(A’)
Differential Clear To Send
* Pin 1 is at the bottom right of the connector as viewed from the front of the module.
** Termination resistance for the RD A’ signal should be connected on units at the end of the line.
To make this termination, connect a jumper between pins 9 and 10 inside the 15-pin D-shell.
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Station Manager Port Pin Assignments
The Station Manager ports on both the CPU and Ethernet modules are RS-232
compatible, and isolated. The Station Manager port has a 9-pin, female, D-connector. This
is a DCE port that allows a simple straight-through cable to connect with a standard ATstyle RS-232 port. This port contains full use of the standard RS-232 signals for future use
with point-to-point protocol (PPP).
Station Manager RS-232 Signals
Pin Number
Signal Name
1*
DCD
Description
2
TXD
Transmit Data
3
RXD
Receive Data
Data Carrier Detect
4
DSR
Data Set Ready
5
0V
Signal Ground
6
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
7
CTS
Clear To Send
8
RTS
9
RI
Request to Send
Ring Indicator
* Pin 1 is at the bottom right of the connector as viewed from the front of the module.
Serial Cable Lengths and Shielding
The connection from a CPU serial port to the serial port on a computer or other serial
device requires a serial cable. This connection can be made with the IC200CBL001 cable
kit or you may build cables to fit the needs of your particular application.
Maximum cable lengths (the total number of feet from the CPU to the last device attached
to the serial cable) are:
Port 1 (RS-232) = 15 meters (50 ft.) – shielded cable optional
Port 2 (RS-485) = 1200 meters (4000 ft.) – shielded cable required
Port 3 (RS-232) = 15 meters (50 ft.) – shielded cable optional
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Appendix
A
Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for
Conformance
This appendix describes the compliance markings and standards to which the RX7i
products have been certified. It also provides installation requirements for
conformance to standards and additional safety guidelines for installing in the
European Union.
RX7i Agency Approvals
Description
Agency
Standard or
Marking
Comments
N.A. Safety for Industrial Control Equipment
Certification by Underwriter's Laboratories
to UL508 standard and equivalent CSA
C22.2 No 142 - M1987standard
N.A. Safety for Hazardous Locations
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D
Certification by Underwriter's Laboratories
to UL1604 standard and equivalent CSA
C22.2 No 213-M1987 standard
Low Voltage Directive
European Safety for Industrial Control
Equipment
Self-Declaration in accordance with
European Directives; Refer to Declaration
of Conformity found under “Product
Certification” at www.gefanuc.com for a list
of approved products
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
European EMC for Industrial Control Equipment
Certification by Competent Body in
accordance with European Directives;
Refer to Declaration of Conformity found
under “Product Certification” at
www.gefanuc.com for a list of approved
products
Explosive Atmospheres Directive
European Safety for Hazardous Locations
Equipment Group II, Category 3
Certification in accordance with European
Directives and Independent 3rd Party
Assessment Certificate; Refer to
Declaration of Conformity found under
“Product Certification” at www.gefanuc.com
for a list of approved products
Note:
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The agency approvals listed above and on the Declaration of Conformities are
believed to be accurate, however a product’s agency approvals should be
verified by the marking on the unit itself.
A-1
A
UL Class 1 Division 2 Hazardous Location Requirements
The following statements are required to appear for Class I Div 2 Hazardous
Locations.
1. EQUIPMENT LABELED WITH REFERENCE TO CLASS I, GROUPS A, B, C, and
D, DIV. 2 HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS IS SUITABLE FOR USE IN CLASS I,
DIVISION 2, GROUPS A, B, C, D OR NON–HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS ONLY.
2. WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I, DIVISION 2.
3. WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT
UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOWN TO
BE NON–HAZARDOUS.
ATEX Class 1 Zone 2 Hazardous Location Requirements
In order to maintain compliance with the ATEX Directive, an RX7i system located in a
Class 1 Zone 2 area (Category 3) must be installed within a protective enclosure
meeting the criteria detailed below:
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•
IP54 or greater
•
Mechanical strength to withstand an impact energy of 3.5 Joules
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Standards Overview
Environmental Specifications
Standards Overview
Conditions
Vibration
IEC60068-2-6, JISC0911
10 - 57 Hz, 0.012" displacement peak-peak
57 - 500 Hz, 1.0g acceleration
Shock
IEC60068-2-27, JISC0912
15g, 11ms, sinusoidal
Operating Temperature
IC698CPE 010
0°C to 50°C (32° to 122°F) without fan tray1
IC698CPE020, CRE020,
CPE010, and PSA350
0°C to 60°C (32° to 140°F) with fan tray1
Storage Temperature
-40°C to +85°C (-40° to 185°F)
Humidity
5% to 95%, non-condensing
1
The IC968CPE010 requires a fan tray assembly to meet the 60°C limit. IC698CPE020, IC698CRE020, IC698PSA350, and
IC698PSD300 require a fan tray at all operating temperatures.
Additional RX7i Specifications
EMC Emissions
CISPR 11/EN 55011
Radiated, Conducted
CISPR 22/EN 55022
Harmonic
“Industrial Scientific & Medical Equipment” (Group 1, Class A)
“Information Technology Equipment” (Class A)
47 CFR 15
Referred to as FCC part 15, “Radio Devices” (Class A)
EN61000-3-2
Class A
EMC Immunity
EN 61000-4-21
Electrostatic Discharge
±8KV Air, ±4KV Contact
1
RF Susceptibility
EN 61000-4-3
10Vrms /m, 80Mhz to 1000Mhz, 80% AM, 1kHz sine wave
ENV 50140/ENV 50204
10Vrms /m, 900 ± 5Mhz, 100% PM, 200Hz square wave
1
Fast Transient Burst
EN 61000-4-4
AC/DC Input Power: ±2kV direct
Signal: ±1kV cap coupled
Voltage Surge
EN 61000-4-51
AC Input Power: ±2KV (12Ω) CM, ±1kV (2Ω) DM
DC Input Power2: ±0.5KV (12Ω) CM, ±0.5kV (2Ω) DM
Shielded Signal3: ±1kV (2Ω) CM
Unshielded Communication Signal3: ±1KV (250Ω max.) CM
Unshielded I/O Signal: ±1kV (42Ω)3 CM, ±0.5KV (42Ω) DM
Damped Oscillatory Wave
ANSI/IEEE C37.90a,
EN61000-4-121
1Mhz, 400Hz rep rate
AC/DC Input Power2: ±2.5KV CM & DM (200Ω)
Signal3: ±2.5KV CM (200Ω)
1
EN 61000-4-6
Conducted RF
AC/DC Input Power, Signal: 10Vrms, 0.15 to 80Mhz, 80%AM
1
Voltage Dips & Interrupts
EN 61000-4-11
AC Input Power: 30% Nominal (0.5 period); 60% Nominal (5,50
periods); >95% Nominal (250 periods)
Voltage Variation
EN 61000-4-111
AC Input Power: ±10% (50,000 periods)
Voltage Flicker
EN61000-3-3
AC Input Power: dmax ≤ 4%
1
2
3
EN61000-4-x series of tests are technically equivalent to the IEC61000-4-x series.
Not applicable to ports limited to cable lengths of 10m or less.
Not applicable to RS232 ports and those ports limited to 30m (98ft.) or less.
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A-3
A
Government Regulations
U.S., Canadian, Australian, and European regulations are intended to prevent
equipment from interfering with approved transmissions or with the operation of other
equipment through the AC power source.
The PACSystems RX7i family of products has been tested and found to meet or
exceed the requirements of U.S. (47 CFR 15), Canadian (ICES-003), Australian
(AS/NZS 3548), and European (EN55022) regulations for Class A digital devices
when installed in accordance with the guidelines noted in this manual. These various
regulations share commonality in content and test levels with that of CISPR 22 and
based on this commonality testing to the each individual standard was deemed
inappropriate.
The FCC requires the following note to be published according to FCC guidelines:
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case user will
be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Industry Canada requires the following note to be published:
Note:
A-4
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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Installation Guidelines for Conformance to Standards
To meet U.S., Canadian, Australian and European regulations for Class A digital
devices and maintain CE Mark compliance, RX7i installations that include the
following products must be installed in a metal enclosure with external wiring routed in
metal conduit as described in this appendix:
■
All Series 90-70 modules (For a list of supported Series 90-70 modules, see
“Modules Supported in RX7i" in chapter 2.)
■
All Series 90-70 expansion racks
■
RX7i Memory Xchange modules (IC698RMX016, IC698CMX016)
■
RX7i Rear Mount Rack with Rear I/O Access (IC698CHS217)
Requirements for Installation in a Metal Enclosure
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■
Racks must be mounted in a metal enclosure with a metal-on-metal connection
around the door or the equivalent. All surfaces of the enclosure must be
adequately grounded to adjacent surfaces to provide electrical conductivity.
■
Wiring external to the enclosure must be routed in metal conduit or the equivalent.
Using shielded cables and power line filtering, as detailed in “Shielded Cable
Alternative to Conduit,” is equivalent to using metal conduit.
■
The conduit must be mounted to the enclosure using standard procedures and
hardware to ensure electrical conductivity between the enclosure and conduit.
The termination for the shielded cable alternative to conduit is detailed in
“Shielded Cable Alternative to Conduit.”
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Shielded Cable Alternative to Conduit
This section describes the installation requirements for using shielded cable as an
alternative to metal conduit for meeting radiated emissions requirements (EN 55022,
47CFR15, etc.). The following practices could be used in place of conduit for systems
or cables that require conduit or the equivalent.
Communication Cables
All communication lines should be double-shielded. The outside braided shield (85%
coverage) must be terminated at the entrance to the enclosure and not continue within
the enclosure. The inside shield should be left intact since it shields the
communication line from noise within the enclosure and is terminated to the connector
shell. The RX7i communication port connector shells are directly tied to frame ground.
To prevent ground loop currents, one cable end of the inside shield should be
capacitively coupled to its shell. The outside shield is classified as an RF shield and
should be insulated from the inside shield.
An alternative to double-shielded cable for Genius bus communications is Eupen*
CMS cable, equivalent Genius cables with an RF-absorptive material outer coating.
The shield should be terminated per standard Genius wiring guidelines.
*Telephone: 32 87 55 47 71 (Europe), 908-919-1100 (U.S.A.)
I/O Cables
All I/O lines leaving the enclosure must have at least 85% braided shield coverage
terminated at the entrance to the enclosure. This 85% RF shield should not continue
into the enclosure. Eighty-five percent braided shield is a standard cable available
with various wire sizes and quantities from many cable manufacturers.
Analog/High Speed Cables
Analog or high-speed lines, which require shielded cable for immunity, should be
double-shielded. The outside braided shield should be terminated at the entrance to
the enclosure and not continue within the enclosure. The inside shield should be
terminated per standard installation instructions. The outside shield is classified as an
RF shield and should be insulated from the inside shield.
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Power Input to Enclosure (for Series 90-70 Power Supplies)
An alternative to shielded input cables is to use RF filters to minimize the noise
coupled back onto the power supply inputs. If RF filters are used at the point of
enclosure entry, unshielded wires may be used inside and outside the enclosure.
AC Power Input RF Filter Requirements
■
Type: Common mode/Differential mode line filter
■
Effective range: between 30–300 megahertz
■
Leakage current: <0.8 milliampere
■
Insertion loss >30 decibels @ 30 megahertz, >20 decibels @ 100 megahertz,
>15 decibels @ 300 megahertz
DC Power Input RF Filter Requirements
■
Type: Feed-through, π type EMI ceramic filter
■
Capacitance: 1500 picofarads (minimum)
■
WVDC: 100 volts
■
Current rating: As needed for application
■
Insertion Loss: >50 decibels at 100 megahertz
Shield Termination
Termination of RF shields is extremely important in the reduction of RF emissions.
The RF shields should be terminated at the entrance to the enclosure with a 360
degree contact between the shield and the enclosure wall.
Compression Connectors
Compression connectors are standard hardware available for the termination of
conduit. The diameter of the connectors is not of significant importance other than to
make sure the wires can actually fit through them. The compression connector
provides a metal ring for shield termination and compression.
The following figure shows an unshielded I/O cable with a single shield (side view):
Nut
Unshielded I/O
Enclosure
Connector
PVC Jacket
Shield
Metal
Ring
Unshielded I/O Cable with a Single Shield
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The following figure shows multiple communication/high speed cables that share a
single RF shield (side view):
Nut
Metal Ring
Enclosure
Connector
RF Shield
Shielded
Cables
Communication Cables Sharing an RF Shield
Specialty Shielded Cable Vendors
Eupen specializes in RF-absorptive material outer coating cables (CMS cables). Ask
for equivalent Genius cables.
Glenair, Inc. specializes in convoluted tubing (Series 72 & 74) and in flexible metalcore conduit (Series 75). They also carry various kinds of shield termination
connectors.
Zippertubing Co. specializes in after installation zip-on shielding where different
types of shielding can be selected. Recommended types of shielding are SHN-3, SH1,
and SH3 to provide 85% coverage.
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Safety-Related Guidelines for Installation in the European Union
This section provides safety-related guidelines specifically for control system products
to be installed in the European Union. It is assumed that personnel who install,
operate, and maintain automation systems that include GE Fanuc products are
trained and qualified to perform those functions
1. General:
GE Fanuc product manuals provide information required for the intended use of
GE Fanuc products. The product manuals are written for technically qualified
personnel such as engineers, programmers, or maintenance specialists who have
been specifically trained and are experienced in the field of automation control.
Such personnel must possess the knowledge to correctly interpret and apply the
safety guidelines provided in GE Fanuc product manuals. Should you require
further information or face special problems that are not covered in sufficient detail
in the product manuals, please contact your local GE Fanuc sales or service office
or GE Fanuc authorized distributor.
2. Qualified Personnel:
Only qualified personnel should be allowed to specify, apply, install, operate,
maintain, or perform any other function related to the products described in the
product manuals. Examples of such qualified persons are defined as follows:
System application and design engineers who are familiar with the safety
concepts of automation equipment.
Installation, startup, and service personnel who are trained to install and
maintain such automation equipment.
Operating personnel trained to operate automation equipment and trained on
the specific safety issues and requirements of the particular equipment.
3. Proper Usage:
The equipment/system or the system components may be used only as described
in the product manuals. GE Fanuc control system products have been developed,
manufactured, tested, and the documentation compiled in keeping with the
relevant safety standards. Handling instructions and safety guidelines described
for planning, installation, proper operation and maintenance must be followed to
ensure safe application and use of the products.
4. Guidelines for the Application Planning and Installation of the Product:
RX7i control system products generally form part of larger systems or
installations. These guidelines are intended to help integrate GE Fanuc RX7i
control system products into systems and installations without constituting a
source of danger. The following precautions must be followed:
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Compliance with EN292-1 and EN292-2 (Safety of Machinery) as well as
EN60204/IEC204 (Electrical Equipment of Industrial Machines) must be
observed during the design phase.
Opening the housing or the protective cover exposes certain parts of this
equipment/system that could have a dangerously high voltage level.
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A
A-10
Only qualified personnel should be allowed access to this equipment/system.
These persons must be knowledgeable of potential sources of danger and
maintenance measures as described in the product manuals.
Personnel must strictly adhere to applicable safety and accident prevention
rules and regulations.
A suitable isolating switch or fuses must be provided in the building wiring
system. The equipment must be connected to a protective ground (PE)
conductor.
For equipment or systems with a fixed connecting cable but no isolating
switch that disconnects all poles, a power socket with the grounding pin must
be installed.
Before switching on the equipment, make sure that the voltage range setting
on the equipment corresponds to the local power system voltage.
In the case of equipment operating on 24 VDC, make sure that proper
electrical isolation is provided between the main supply and the 24 VDC
supply. Use only power supplies that meet EN60204 (IEC204) requirements.
The RX7i control system AC power supply must be supplied through an
IEC-rated isolation transformer.
Power supply to the RX7i control system must be controlled not to exceed
overvoltage category II per EN60204-1 (IEC204).
Do not exceed the input specifications of the power supply. Otherwise,
functional failures or dangerous conditions can occur in the electronic
modules/equipment.
Emergency shutoff devices in accordance with EN60204/IEC204 must be
effective in all operating modes of the automation equipment. Resetting the
emergency off device must not result in any uncontrolled or undefined restart
of the equipment.
Automation equipment and its operating elements must be installed in such a
manner as to prevent unintentional operation.
Suitable measurements must be taken to ensure that operating sequences
interrupted by a voltage dip or power supply failure resume proper operation
when the power supply is restored. Care must be taken to ensure that
dangerous operating conditions do not occur even momentarily. If necessary,
the equipment must be forced into the “emergency off” state.
Negative Logic Input and Output Modules cannot be used. (Exception: With
safety agency approval, such as TÜV on GMR Systems, these devices may
be used in safety system “H” configurations).
Cable shielding and grounding are the responsibility of the machine builder.
GE Fanuc’s installation instructions and guidelines must be followed.
Install the power supply and signal cables in such a manner as to prevent
inductive and capacitive interference voltages from affecting automation
functions.
When interfacing the inputs and outputs of the automation equipment,
measures must be taken to prevent an undefined state from being assumed
in the case of a wire break in the signal lines.
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Calculating Heat Dissipation
B
This appendix explains how to find the total heat dissipation of PACSystems RX7i
equipment.
PACSystems RX7i equipment must be mounted in a protective enclosure. The
enclosure must be able to properly dissipate the heat produced by all the devices
mounted inside. This includes the modules, discrete output devices, and discrete input
devices. Each device manufacturer publishes these values. If an exact value is not
available for a device, you can make a close estimate by obtaining the value for a
similar device.
Information Required
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In addition to the information in this manual, you will need the Series 90-70 Data
Sheet Manual (GFK-0600) or individual module data sheets.
You will need operating current values for the discrete output devices connected
to the PLC’s discrete output modules. These include control relays, motor starters,
solenoids, pilot lights, etc. Each device manufacturer publishes these values. If an
exact value is not available for a device, you can make a close estimate by
obtaining the value for a similar device from a catalog. These values are also
needed for selecting Output modules during the design process in order to ensure
that the modules’ maximum ratings are not exceeded.
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B
Heat Dissipation Calculations
Module Heat Dissipation
For each module except power supplies (discussed separately), use the following
procedure. Assume that all input power to these modules is dissipated as heat.
1. Look up the module in the Module Load Requirements table (chapter 4) and
obtain the current values for each of the three power supply voltages listed. All
modules use the 5VDC supply, and a relatively few modules also use one or both
of the two 24VDC supplies.
2. For each voltage used by the module, calculate the power dissipation by
multiplying the current value (in Amps) times the voltage:
Power (in Watts) = Current (in Amps) x Voltage (in Volts).
3. For modules using more than one voltage, add the calculated power values to
arrive at the total for the module.
Example 1
The Module Load Requirements table shows that the IC698CPE020 module draws:
4.5 Amps from the +5VDC supply
22.5 Watts
0.042 Amps from the +12VDC supply
0.504 Watts
0.008 Amps from the -12VDC supply
0.096 Watts
Total
23.1 Watts
Example 2
The Module Load Requirements table shows that the IC698ETM001 module draws:
1.5 Amps from the +5VDC supply
7.5 Watts
Power Supply Heat Dissipation
In general, power supplies are 66% efficient. The power supply dissipates
approximately 1 Watt of power in the form of heat for every 2 Watts of power it
delivers to the PLC.
After finding the total power requirement for all of the modules in the rack served by a
power supply above, divide the total by 2 to find the power supply dissipation value.
Do not use the rating of the power supply (such as 350 Watts) for this calculation
because the application may not use the full capacity of the power supply.
Since each rack has its own power supply, each rack should be calculated on an
individual basis.
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Heat Dissipation for Discrete Output Modules
In addition to the module power calculations, discrete solid-state output modules
require a calculation for their output circuits, which are powered from another supply.
(This calculation is not required for Relay Output modules.) To calculate output circuit
power dissipation:
1. In the Series 90-70 Data Sheet Manual, GFK-0600 (or individual module data
sheet), find the value for the Output Voltage Drop for your particular module listed
in the module Specifications table.
2. Using the manufacturer’s documentation or other reference information, find the
required current value for each device (such as a relay, pilot light, solenoid, etc.)
connected to an output point on the module. Estimate the device’s percent of
on-time based on its intended use in the application.
3. Multiply the Output Voltage Drop times the current value times the estimated
percent of on-time to arrive at average power dissipation for that output.
4. Repeat these steps for all outputs on the module, and then for all discrete output
modules in the rack.
Example:
The Data Sheet for the IC697MDL340 16-Point Discrete 120 VAC Output Module lists
the following information:
Output Voltage Drop:
3 Volts maximum
Use that value for all of the calculations for this module.
In this example, two of the Output module’s output points drive solenoids that control
the advance and retract travel of a hydraulic cylinder. The solenoid manufacturer’s
data sheet shows that each solenoid draws 1.0 Amp. The cylinder advances and
retracts once every 60 seconds that the machine is cycling. It takes 6 seconds to
advance and 6 seconds to retract.
Since the cylinder takes equal time to advance and retract, both solenoids are on for
equal lengths of time: 6 seconds out of every 60 seconds, which is 10% of the time.
Since both solenoids have equal current draws and on-times, a single calculation can
be applied to both outputs.
Use the formula Average Power Dissipation = Voltage Drop x Current Draw (in Amps)
x Percent (expressed as a decimal) of on-time:
3.0 x 1.0 x 0.10 = 0.3 Watts per solenoid
Then multiply this result by 2 since there are two identical solenoids:
0.3 Watts x 2 Solenoids = 0.60 Watts total for the two solenoids
Also in this example, the other 14 output points on this 16-point module operate pilot
lights on an operator’s panel. Each pilot light requires 0.05 Amps of current. Seven of
the pilot lights are on 100% of the time and seven are on an estimated 40%.
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For the seven lights that are on 100% of the time:
3.0 x .05 x 1.00 = 0.15 Watts per light
Then multiply this value by 7:
0.15 Watts x 7 lights = 1.05 Watts total dissipation for the first 7 lights
For the seven lights that are on 40% of the time:
3.0 x .05 x 0.40 = 0.06 Watts per light
Then multiply this value by 7:
0.06 Watts x 7 lights = 0.42 Watts total dissipation for the other 7 lights
Adding up the individual calculations:
0.60 + 1.05 + 0.42 = 2.07 Watts for the module’s total output calculation
Heat Dissipation for Discrete Input Modules
In addition to the module power calculations described above, a discrete input module
requires another calculation for its input circuits, because the power dissipated by the
input circuits comes from a separate power source. This calculation assumes that all
input circuit power delivered to these modules is dissipated as heat. The procedure is:
In the Series 90-70 Data Sheet Manual, GFK-0600 (or individual module data
sheet), find the value for the Input Current for your particular module listed in the
module Specifications table.
Multiply the input voltage times the current value times the estimated percent of
on-time to arrive at average power dissipation for that input.
Repeat these steps for all inputs on the module, and then for all discrete input
modules in the rack.
Example
The Specifications table for the IC697MDL240 16-Point Discrete 120 VAC Input
Module in the module’s Data Sheet gives the following information:
Input Current:
10 mA (typical) at rated voltage)
Use this value for all of the input calculations for this module.
In this example, eight of the Input Module’s points are used for switches that, for
normal operation, stay on (closed) 100% of the time. These include the Emergency
Stop, Over Temperature, Lube Pressure OK, and similar switches.
Use the formula Average Power Dissipation = Input Voltage x Input Current (in Amps)
x Percent (expressed as a decimal) of on-time:
120 x .010 x 1.0 = 1.2 Watts per input
Then multiply this result by 8:
1.2 Watts x 8 inputs = 9.6 Watts total for the 8 inputs
Also in this example, two input points on this 16-point module are for the Control On
and Pump Start pushbuttons. Under normal conditions, these pushbuttons are only
pressed once per day for about one second - just long enough to start up the control
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and pump. Therefore, their effect on the power calculation is negligible and you can
assume a power dissipation of zero for them:
0.0 Watts total for 2 inputs
For the remaining six inputs of this sixteen point module, it is estimated that they will
be on for an average of 20% of the time. So the following calculation is made for these
six inputs:
Using the formula of Average Power Dissipation = Input Voltage x Input Current (in
Amps) x Percent (expressed as a decimal) of on-time:
120 x 0.010 x 0.20 = 0.24 Watts per input
Then multiply this result by 6:
0.24 Watts x 6 inputs = 1.44 Watts total for the 6 inputs
Finally, adding up the individual calculations:
9.6 + 0.0 + 1.44 = 11.04 Watts for the module’s total input calculation
Total Heat Dissipation
Once the individual power dissipations have been calculated, add them all to obtain
total heat dissipation. Note that the rack, analog input modules, and analog output
modules have been ignored in this procedure because their power dissipation values
are negligible when compared with the total. Also, since each rack has its own power
supply, each rack should be calculated on an individual basis.
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Index
A
Agency approvals, A-1
Analog/high speed cables
installation guidelines, conformance to
standards:, A-6
B
Battery
E
EMI gasket, 3-27
Enclosure, A-5, B-1
Equipment grounding, 3-8
Ethernet Interface module
installing, 3-26
Ethernet ports, 5-1
European Union
guidelines, A-9
Expansion racks
auxiliary, 3-24
replacing, 3-24
Boolean execution times
RX7i, 2-4
Bus controller/expansion modules
insulating strips, 3-31
Bus Receiver Module, 2-21, 2-23
Bus Transmitter Module, 2-21, 2-23
C
Cables
analog/high speed, A-6
communication, A-6
ground, 3-7
I/O, A-6
RS-485
shielding, 5-3
serial
length, 5-3
Cabling, 5-1
Class I Div 2 harzardous locations, A-2
Class I Zone 2 hazardous locations, A-2
Color coding
Wires, 3-5
CPUs
description, 2-2
features
Ethernet ports, 2-3
LEDs, 2-3
serial ports, 2-2
installing, 3-23
Customer care, 3-2
D
Document set
Genius, 1-2
RX7i, 1-1
Series 90-70, 1-2
Double-width Series 90-70 modules
installing, 3-29
supported, 2-19
features, 2-23, 3-1
installing, 3-1
F
Fan assemblies
features, 2-18
installing, 3-16
specifications, 2-18
Fan filters
changing, 3-20
FCC notice, A-4
Field wiring connections
AC power supplies, 3-21
DC power supply, 3-22
Front mount rack
mounting dimensions, 3-9
G
General specifications, A-3
Genius Bus Controller, 2-21
Getting started, 1-1
Government regulations, A-4
Ground conductors, 3-7
Grounding
equipment, 3-8
RX7i modules, 3-28
safety and reference
requirements, 3-8
Series 90-70 modules, 3-29
system, 3-7
H
Hazardous location requirements
ATEX, A-2
UL, A-2
Heat dissipation calculations
information required, B-1
input circuits, B-4
power supplies, B-2
High Speed Counter, 2-21
High voltage Series 90-70 modules
insulating strips, 3-30
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Index
I
I/O cables, A-6
I/O modules
addressing, 3-27
installing, 3-27
Series 90-70
keying, 3-30
supported, 2-19
terminal boards, 3-29
universal terminal boards, 3-30
Installation guidelines, conformance to
standards
application planning and installation, A-9
communication cables, A-6
European Union, A-9
general, A-9
power input to enclosure, A-7
Proper usage, A-9
Qualified personnel, A-9
RX7i Memory Xchange modules, A-5
shield termination, A-7
Insulating strips
high voltage Series 90-70 modules, 3-30
Series 90-70 bus controller/expansion
modules, 3-31
K
Keying, Series 90-70 I/O modules, 3-30
L
Layout, PLC system
guidelines, 3-3
Load requirements
modules, 4-2
M
MAC address
embedded Ethernet Interface, 2-3, 3-23
ETM001, 3-26
Metal enclosure, 3-1, A-5
Modules
double width
removing, 3-31
replacement, 3-31
load requirements, 4-2
single width
removing, 3-29
replacement, 3-29
VME, 2-21
rear mount rack, 3-10, 3-11
N
Noise protection, 3-27
P
Part numbers
lithium battery pack for CPU, 2-4
standard fan assemblies, 2-18
station manager cable, 2-4
Pin assignments, 5-1
Ports
Ethernet, 5-1
CPU, 2-3
serial, 5-2
CPU, 2-2
Power supplies
features, 2-10
installing, 3-21
sharing, 2-24
Power supply load capacity
RX7i, 4-1
Series 90-70, 4-1
Pre-installation check, 3-2
R
Racks, RX7i
features, 2-6
installing, 3-9
Racks, Series 90-70
features, 2-23
installing, 3-1
Rear mount rack
mounting dimensions, 3-10, 3-11
Recommended system grounding, 3-7
Regulations, A-4
Related documents
Genius, 1-2
RX7i, 1-1
Series 90-70, 1-2
Removable terminal boards, 3-29, 3-30
RFI standards, A-4
RX7i
control system overview, 1-3
document set, 1-1
general specifications, A-3
modules supported, 2-19
racks, installing, 3-9
RX7i Memory Xchange modules
installation guidelines for conformance, A-5
Modules supported in RX7i, 2-19
Mounting dimensions
front mount rack, 3-9
Index-2
PACSystems™ RX7i Installation Manual–April 2005
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Index
S
Safety and reference ground
requirements, 3-8
Serial ports, 5-2
Series 90-70
installation guidelines for conformance, A-5
Shared power supply, 2-24
Shielding
serial cable, 5-3
Single-width modules
installing, 3-28
supported, 2-19
Specialty shielded cable vendors, A-8
Specifications
fan assemblies, 2-18
Support, technical, 3-2
System grounding, 3-7
T
Technical support, 3-2
Terminal boards
detachable, 3-29, 3-30
I/O, 3-29, 3-30
V
VME modules, 2-21
W
Wiring
Color coding, 3-5
Routing wires, 3-6
GFK-2223D
Index
Index-3
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