Series 90-30 Programmable Controller I/O Module
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GE Fanuc Automation
Programmable Control Products
Series 90-30 PLC
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0898F
July 2000
GFL–002
Warnings, Cautions, and Notes
as Used in this Publication
Warning
Warning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous
voltages, currents, temperatures, or other conditions that could cause
personal injury exist in this equipment or may be associated with its use.
In situations where inattention could cause either personal injury or
damage to equipment, a Warning notice is used.
Caution
Caution notices are used where equipment might be damaged if care is
not taken.
Note
Notes merely call attention to information that is especially significant to
understanding and operating the equipment.
This document is based on information available at the time of its publication. While efforts
have been made to be accurate, the information contained herein does not purport to cover all
details or variations in hardware or software, nor to provide for every possible contingency in
connection with installation, operation, or maintenance. Features may be described herein
which are not present in all hardware and software systems. GE Fanuc Automation assumes no
obligation of notice to holders of this document with respect to changes subsequently made.
GE Fanuc Automation makes no representation or warranty, expressed, implied, or statutory
with respect to, and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, sufficiency, or
usefulness of the information contained herein. No warranties of merchantability or fitness for
purpose shall apply.
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RFI Standards
The Series 90-30 PLC and its associated modules have been tested and found to meet or exceed
the requirements of FCC Rule, Part 15, Subpart J. The Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) requires the following note to be published.
NOTE
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not
installed in accordance with this instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his own expense.
The following note is required to be published by the Canadian Department of Communications.
NOTE
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the radio interference regulations of the
Canadian Department of Communications.
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The following statements are required to appear in the Series 90-30 Installation Manual and the
Series 90-30 I/O Specifications Manual for Class I Div 2 Hazardous Locations.
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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.
4.
ALL UNUSED SLOTS IN ALL BASEPLATES MUST BE POPULATED
WITH FILLER MODULES, IC693ACC310, OR EQUIVALENT.
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Please Note the Following Important Information
The I/O modules described in this manual can be controlled in two different ways:
1. With a Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).
2. By a Personal Computer (PC) that has a Personal Computer Interface card.
If you are using Series 90-30 I/O as part of a Series 90-30 PLC system, you should also refer to
GFK-0356, the Series 90-30 Programmable Controller Installation Manual, which describes the
hardware components and provides installation instructions for the Series 90-30 PLC.
If you are using a Personal Computer to control the Series 90-30 I/O, refer also to the
documentation for the Personal Computer Interface card and the documentation for your
Personal Computer.
Documentation of product agency approvals, standards, and general specifications is provided in a
separate data sheet, GFK-0867. A copy of this data sheet is included as Appendix B in this manual;
however, for the most current version of the data sheet, consult your authorized GE Fanuc PLC
distributor or local GE Fanuc sales representative. It is also available on the GE Fanuc web site:
www.gefanuc.com
Installation instructions in this manual are provided for installations that do not require special
procedures for noisy or hazardous environments. For installations that must conform to more
stringent requirements (such as CE Mark), see GFK-1179, Installation Requirements for
Conformance to Standards.
Revisions to This Manual
Appropriate changes have been made to this manual (GFK-0898F) to add new or revised
information. Additionally, corrections and enhancements have been made where necessary.
Following is a list of revisions to this manual as compared to the previous version
(GFK-0898E).
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Chapter 1 (“Introduction to the Series 90–30 I/O System”) in the previous version has been
divided into several chapters in this manual: Chapter 1 provides introductory information,
Chapter 2 discusses installation, Chapter 3 documents Series 90–30 baseplates, and Chapter
4 documents Series 90–30 power supplies.
Chapter 2 (“Discrete I/O Module Specifications”) in the previous version has been divided
into four chapters in this manual: Chapter 5, “General Discrete I/O Module Information,”
Chapter 6, “Discrete Input Modules,” Chapter 7, “Discrete Output Modules,” and Chapter
8, “Discrete Combination I/O Modules.”
Chapter 3 (“Analog I/O Module Specifications”) in the previous version has been divided
into four chapters in this manual: Chapter 9, “General Analog I/O Module Information,”
Chapter 10, Analog Input Modules,” Chapter 11, “Analog Output Modules,” and Chapter
12, “IC693ALG442 Analog Combination Module.”
Chapter 13 (“Maintenance and Troubleshooting”) has been added.
Appendix C includes information on additional cables.
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Appendix D – Information was added for the IC693ACC337 a TBQC (Terminal Block
Quick Connect ) terminal block for 32–point I/O modules. Also TBQC interface cable
information has been added including a cross–reference to obsolete cables.
Appendix F – This appendix was added to the manual. It discusses how to calculate heat
dissipation for Series 90–30 PLC components.
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Content of this Manual
Chapter 1. Introduction to the Series 90-30 I/O System: This chapter provides general
information about the Series 90-30 I/O System and describes two ways that the Series 90-30 I/O
can be controlled.
Chapter 2. General Installation Guidelines: Discusses installation subjects such as, mounting,
wiring, and grounding Series 90–30 components.
Chapter 3. Series 90–30 Baseplates. Describes the various types of baseplates, gives dimension
data, and describes how to interconnect baseplates.
Chapter 4. Series 90–30 Power Supplies. Provides data sheet type material for each Series 90–30
power supply.
Chapter 5. General Discrete I/O Module Information. Provides a list of all Series 90–30
discrete I/O modules and describes the various types. Discusses general discrets subjects such as
the definition of positive and negative logic as applicable to these modules.
Chapter 6. Discrete Input Modules. Provides data sheet type material for these modules.
Chapter 7. Discrete Output Modules. Provides data sheet type material for these modules.
Chapter 8. Discrete Combination I/O Modules. Provides data sheet type material for these
modules.
Chapter 9. General Analog I/O Module Information. Provides a list of all Series 90–30 analog
modules. Discusses analog theory as applied to these modules. Includes a table specifying the
maximum number of the various analog modules permitted per Series 90–30 system.
Chapter 10. Analog Input Modules. Provides data sheet type material for these modules.
Chapter 11. Analog Output Modules. Provides data sheet type material for these modules.
Chapter 12. IC693ALG442 Analog Combination I/O Module.
material for this module.
Provides data sheet type
Chapter 13. Maintenance and Troubleshooting. Discusses features of the Series 90–30 PLC
useful for troubleshooting I/O modules, including module LED indicators and programming
software features. Provides tables of replaceable fuses, spare parts, and preventive maintenance
suggestions. Includes information on how obtain help and support from GE Fanuc.
Appendix A. Glossary of Analog Terms. This appendix explains some general terms relating to
analog measurements.
Appendix B. GE Fanuc Product Agency Approvals, Standards, General Specifications This
appendix describes the agency approvals, standards, and general specifications for the listed GE
Fanuc products.
Appendix C. I/O Cable Data Sheets: This appendix provides data sheets for cables used in the
I/O system.
Appendix D. Terminal Block Quick Connect. This appendix describes the Terminal Block
Quick Connect system, which consists of an interposing terminal block, I/O
faceplate, and cable. This assembly allows faster wiring of applicable discrete I/O modules.
Appendix E. Personal Computer Interface Cards. These cards mount in a personal
computer and serve as the CPU replacement for a PLC system. This appendix gives an
overview of the two PCIF cards sold by GE Fanuc.
Appendix F. Series 90–30 Heat Dissipation. Explains how to calculate the heat dissipated by
Series 90–30 PLC components. These calculations are required for enclosure sizing
considerations.
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Related Publications:
For information on the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller, other Series 90-30 modules,
and related products refer to the following publications:
GFK-0255 - Series 90 PCM and Support Software User’s Manual
GFK-0256 - MegaBasic Programming Reference Manual
GFK-0293 - Series 90-30 High Speed Counter User’s Manual
GFK-0401 - Workmaster II PLC Programming Unit Guide to Operation
GFK-0402 - Series 90-30 and 90-20 PLC Hand-Held Programmer User’s Manual
GFK-0412 - Genius Communications Module User’s Manual
GFK-0466 - Logicmaster 90 Series 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software User’s Manual
GFK-0467 - Series 90-30/20/Micro PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual
GFK-0487 - Series 90 PCM Development Software (PCOP) User’s Manual
GFK-0499 - CIMPLICITY 90-ADS Alphanumeric Display System User’s Manual
GFK-0582 - Series 90 PLC Serial Communications User’s Manual
GFK-0631 - Series 90-30 I/O LINK Interface User’s Manual
GFK-0641 - CIMPLICITY 90-ADS Alphanumeric Display System Reference Manual
GFK-0664 - Series 90-30 PLC Axis Positioning Module Programmer’s Manual
GFK-0685 - Series 90 Programmable Controllers Flow Computer User’s Manual
GFK-0695 - Series 90-30 Enhanced Genius Communications Module User’s Manual
GFK-0726 - Series 90-30 PLC State Logic Processor User’s Guide
GFK-0732 - Series 90-30 PLC ECLiPS User’s Manual
GFK-0747 - Series 90-30 PLC OnTOP User’s Guide
GFK-0750 - OnTop for Series 90-30 (State Logic) Program User’s Manual
GFK-0781 - Motion Mate APM300 for Series 90-30 PLC Follower Mode User’s Manual
GFK-0823 - Series 90-30 I/O LINK Master Module User’s Manual
GFK-0828 - Series 90-30 Diagnostic System User’s Manual
GFK-0840 - Motion Mate APM300 for Series 90-30 PLC Standard Mode User’s Manual
GFK-1028 - Series 90-30 I/O Processor Module User’s Manual
GFK-1034 - Series 90-30 Genius Bus Controller User’s Manual
GFK-1037 - Series 90-30 FIP Remote I/O Scanner User’s Manual
GFK-1056 - Series 90-30 State Logic Control System User’s Manual
GFK-1084 - Series 90-30 TCP/IP Ethernet Communications User’s Manual
GFK-1186 - TCP/IP Ethernet Communications for the Series 90-30 PLC Station Manager Manual
GFK-1179 - Series 90 PLC Installation Requirements for Conformance to Standards
GFK-1464 - Motion Mate DSM302 for Series 90-30 PLCs User’s Manual
GFK-1466 - Temperature Control Module for the Series 90-30 PLC User’s Manual
GFK-1742 - Motion Mate DSM314 for Series 90-30 PLCs User’s Manual
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Chapter 1 - Introduction to the Series 90Ć30 I/O System . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 2 - General Installation Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Series 90Ć30 System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Series 90Ć30 I/O Module Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Horner Electric and Third Party Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Receiving your Products - Visual Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PreĆinstallation Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty Claims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Layout Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Series 90Ć30 PLC Layout Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Working with Series 90Ć30 Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baseplate Installation and Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting a Baseplate to a Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting a Baseplate to a 19" Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Grounding Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Series 90Ć30 PLC Equipment Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Shield Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Wiring Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Discrete I/O Module Connection Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connections to I/O Module Terminal Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block Quick Connect Installation for 16ĆPoint Discrete Modules . . .
Installation of 32ĆPoint (50ĆPin Connector) Discrete Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation of 32ĆPoint (Dual 24ĆPin Connector) Discrete Modules . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block Selection Guide for Discrete I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Wiring Methods for Analog Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Analog Input Wiring Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Input Module Wiring Methods for Noise Suppression . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shielding for Analog Input Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Diagrams for Current Transducers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Output Module Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Output Shield Grounding Example One . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC Power Source Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Installation Instructions for Floating Neutral (IT) Systems . . . . . . . . . .
Definition of Floating Neutral Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Use These Special Installation Instructions for Floating Neutral Systems . . . .
DC Power Source Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 3 - Series 90-30 Baseplates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Baseplate Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baseplate Terms Explained . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU Baseplates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Expansion Baseplates (Figures 3Ć6 and 3Ć7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Baseplates (Figures 3Ć8 and 3Ć9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Expansion Rack Connection Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Expansion and Remote Baseplates Connection Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baseplate Mounting Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Load Ratings, Temperature, and Mounting Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baseplate Adapter Brackets for 19" Rack Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 4 - Series 90-30 Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Power Supply Categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Supply Feature Comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC/DC Input Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693PWR321 Standard Power Supply, 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC Input . . . .
IC693PWR330 High Capacity Power Supply, 120/240 VAC/125 VDC Input . .
Field Wiring Connections for the AC/DC Input Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . .
DC Input Only Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR322 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR328 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693PWR331 High Capacity Power Supply, 24 VDC Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR331 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693PWR332 High Capacity Power Supply, 12 VDC Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR332 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Field Wiring Connections to the DC InputĆOnly Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . .
Common Series 90Ć30 Power Supply Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Output Voltage Connections to Backplane (All Supplies) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculating Power Supply Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 6 - Discrete Input Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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I/O Module Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Discrete I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Definition of Positive and Negative Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positive Logic Ć Input Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positive Logic Ć Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Negative Logic Ć Input Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Negative Logic Ć Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120 Volt AC Isolated Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL230 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
240 Volt AC Isolated Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL231 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL231 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120 Volt AC Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL240 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 Volt AC/DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL241 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL241 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
125 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL632 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL632 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL634 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL634 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL645 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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IC693MDL645 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL646 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL646 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input Simulator, 8/16 Point
IC693ACC300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input
IC693MDL653 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL653 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/12 VDC (TTL) Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input
IC693MDL654 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL654 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input
IC693MDL655 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL655 Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 7 - Discrete Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693DVM300 5VDC Input/24VDC Output Digital Valve Driver Module . . .
120 Volt AC Output Ć 0.5 Amp, 12 Point
IC693MDL310 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL310 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120/240 Volt AC Output Ć 2 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL330 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL330 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120 Volt AC Output Ć 0.5 Amp, 16 Point
IC693MDL340 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL340 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120/240 Volt AC Isolated Output Ć 2 Amp, 5 Point
IC693MDL390 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL390 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output Ć 2 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL730 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL730 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic Output Ć 2 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL731 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL731 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output Ć 0.5 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL732 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL732 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic 0.5 Amp Output Ć 8 Point
IC693MDL733 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL733 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
125 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic 1 Amp Output Ć 6 Point
IC693MDL734 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL734 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output Ć 0.5 Amp, 16 Point
IC693MDL740 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL740 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic 0.5 Amp Output Ć 16 Point
IC693MDL741 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL741 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic ESCP Output Ć 1 Amp, 16 Point
IC693MDL742 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL742 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Isolated Relay Output, N.O., 4 Amp Ć 8 Point
IC693MDL930 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL930 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Isolated Relay Output, N.C. and Form C, 8 Amp Ć 8 Point
IC693MDL931 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL931 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay Output, N.O., 2 Amp Ć 16 Point
IC693MDL940 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL940 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL750 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL751 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL751 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/24 Volt DC (TTL) Negative Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL752 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL752 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/24 Volt DC, 0.5A Positive Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL753 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693MDL753 Output Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 8 - Discrete Combination I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
120 Volt AC Input, Relay Output, 8 Inputs/8 Outputs
IC693MAR590 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 Volt DC Input, Relay Output, 8 Inputs/8 Outputs
IC693MDR390 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 9 - General Analog Module Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Analog Module Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load Requirements for Analog I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O Installation and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware Description of Analog Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU Interface to Analog Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placement of A/D and D/A Bits within the Data Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stair Step Effect of Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performance Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maximum Number of Analog Modules per System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 10 - Analog Input Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Analog Voltage Input Ć 4 Channel
IC693ALG220 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Voltage Input Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG220 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Current Input Ć 4 Channel
IC693ALG221 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG221 Analog Current Input Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG221 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Analog Voltage Input Ć 16 Channel
IC693ALG222 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voltage Ranges and Input Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Requirements and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Location in System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
References Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU Interface to the IC693ALG 222 Analog Voltage Input Module . . . . . . . .
Placement of A/D Bits within the Data Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG222 Analog Module Field Wiring Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG222 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG222 Analog Voltage Input Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG222 Analog Input Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG222 Configuration Using Logicmaster Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IC693ALG222 Using HandĆHeld Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Present . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting %AI Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing Module From Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting Module Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saved Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Current Input Ć 16 Channel
IC693ALG223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Current Ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Requirements and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Location in System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
References Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU Interface to the IC693ALG223 Analog Current Input Module . . . . . . . .
Placement of A/D Bits within the Data Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG223 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IC693ALG223 Using Logicmaster Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IC693ALG223 Using HandĆHeld Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Present . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting %AI Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing Module From Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saved Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ACC223 Analog Module Field Wiring Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ACC223 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ACC223 Analog Current Input Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 11 - Analog Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Analog Voltage Output Ć 2 Channel
IC693ALG390 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG390 Analog Voltage Output Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG390 Analog Output Module Field Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Current Output Ć 2 Channel
IC693ALG391 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG391 Analog Current Output Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG391 Analog Output Module Field Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Current/Voltage Output Ć 8 Channel
IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG392 Current/Voltage Ranges and Output Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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IC693ALG392 Field Wiring Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring the IC693ALG392 Analog Output Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IC693ALG392 Using Logicmaster Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Configuration Considerations for IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IC693ALG392 with HandĆHeld Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG392 Analog Current/Voltage Output Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 12 - IC693ALG442 Analog Combination I/O Module . . . . .
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Analog Current/Voltage Combination Module
4 Input/2 Output Channels Ć IC693ALG442 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG442 Input Modes and Current/Voltage Ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG442 Output Modes and Current/Voltage Ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG442 Analog Module Field Wiring Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG442 Analog Combo Module Field Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG442 Analog Combo Module Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring the IC693ALG442 Analog Combo Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IC693ALG442 Using Logicmaster Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Configuration Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ALG442 Ramp Mode Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
E2 COMMREQ for IC693ALG442 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IC693ALG442 with HandĆHeld Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Present . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting %I Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting %AI Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting %AQ Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing Module From Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting Module Stop Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting Input Channel Ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting Low and High Alarm limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Freeze Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saved Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Features of Series 90Ć30 Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Features of Programming Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Series 90Ć30 Product Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Fuse List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spare/Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preventive Maintenance Suggestions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Getting Additional Help and Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Appendix A - Glossary of Analog Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AĆ1
Appendix B - GE Fanuc Product Agency Approvals, Standards
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Appendix C - I/O Cable Data Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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IC693CBL300/301/302/312/313/314
I/O Bus Expansion Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Building Custom Length I/O Bus Expansion Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Extension Cables (50ĆPin) for 32 Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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IC693CBL308/309
I/O Cables (50ĆPin) for 32 Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693CBL310
I/O Interface Cable (24ĆPin) for 32 Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693CBL315
I/O Interface Cable (24ĆPin) for 32 Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693CBL321/322/323
I/O Faceplate Connector to Terminal Block Connector, 24ĆPin . . . . . . . . .
IC693CBL327/328
I/O Interface Cables with Right Angle 24ĆPin Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693CBL329/330/331/332/333/334 Cables
24ĆPin I/O Faceplate Connector to Terminal Block Connector . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix D - Terminal Block Quick Connect Components . . . . . . .
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TBQC Components for 16ĆPoint Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Current Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Selection and CrossĆReference for 16-Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC693ACC334 I/O Face Plate for 16ĆPoint Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O Face Plate Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Wiring Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Faceplate Connector Pin-Out (for 16-Point Modules) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TBQC Components for 32ĆPoint, Dual-Connector Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Selection and CrossĆReference for 32-Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Current Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module and Cable Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Appendix E - Personal Computer Interface Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EĆ1
Appendix F - Series 90Ć30 Heat Dissipation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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IC693PIF301/400 Personal Computer Interface (PCIF) Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 1: Basic Method to Calculate Module Dissipation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 2: Calculation for PLC Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 3: Output Calculations for Discrete Output and Combination Modules .
Step 4: Input Calculations for Discrete Input or Combination Modules . . . . .
Step 5: Final Calculation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Information Related to Enclosure Sizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 1Ć1. Example of a Series 90Ć30 I/O Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1Ć2
Figure 2Ć1. Series 90Ć30 Example Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć3
Figure 2Ć2. Features of Series 90Ć30 Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć4
Figure 2Ć3. Installing a Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć5
Figure 2Ć4. Removing a Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 2Ć5. Installing an I/O Module's Terminal Board . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć7
Figure 2Ć6. Removing a Module's Terminal Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć8
Figure 2Ć7. Terminal Board with Holding Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć9
Figure 2Ć8. IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket Installation . . . .
2Ć11
Figure 2Ć9. Dimensions for 19I Rack Mounting Using IC693ACC308 Adapter
Bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć11
Figure 2Ć10. IC693ACC313 Recessed Adapter Bracket for 19" Rack Mounting .
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Figure 2Ć11. Recommended System Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2Ć13
Figure 2Ć12. Baseplate Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 2Ć13. 50ĆPIN I/O Module with Weidmuller #912263 Terminal Block .
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Figure 2Ć14. Analog Input Shield Grounding when Terminal Strip is Used .
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Figure 2Ć15. Analog Input Connections to Common Conductors . . .
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Figure 2Ć16. Shields Connected to Analog Input Module Terminal Board . .
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Figure 2Ć17. Analog Input Module External Earth Ground Connection . . . .
2Ć30
Figure 2Ć18. 4-Wire Transducer, Externally Powered via AC or DC Supply .
2Ć31
Figure 2Ć19. 2-Wire Transducer, Externally Powered via DC Supply
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Figure 2Ć20. 3-Wire Transducer, Externally Powered via DC Supply
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Figure 2Ć21. 2-Wire Transducer, Self Powered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 2Ć22. 2-Wire Transducer Connected to Two Measuring Devices . . . .
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Figure 2Ć23. Shield Connections for Analog Output Modules . . . . . .
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Figure 2Ć24. Analog Output Module with External Earth Ground Connection .
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Figure 2Ć25. Analog Output Shield Grounding when Terminal Strip is Used
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Figure 2Ć26. Power Supply Terminal Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 2Ć27. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap . . . .
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Figure 2Ć28. DC Input Wiring Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 3Ć1. Common Baseplate Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 3Ć2. IC693CPU311 and IC693CPU313 5ĆSlot Embedded CPU Baseplates
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Figure 3Ć3. IC693CPU323 10Ćslot Embedded CPU Baseplate . . . . . .
3Ć5
Figure 3Ć4. IC693CHS397 5ĆSlot Modular CPU Baseplate . . . . . . . .
3Ć6
Figure 3Ć5. IC693CHS391 10ĆSlot Modular CPU Baseplate . . . . . . .
3Ć7
Figure 3Ć6. IC693CHS398 5ĆSlot Expansion Baseplate . . . . . . . . . . .
3Ć8
Figure 3Ć7. IC693CHS392 10ĆSlot Expansion Baseplate . . . . . . . . . .
3Ć9
Figure 3Ć8. IC693CHS399 5ĆSlot Remote Baseplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3Ć10
Figure 3Ć9. IC693CHS393 10ĆSlot Remote Baseplate . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 3Ć10. I/O Bus Expansion Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 3Ć11. Rack Number Selection Switch (Shown with Rack 2 Selected) .
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Figure 3Ć12. Example of Connecting Expansion Baseplates . . . . . . .
3Ć16
Figure 3Ć13. Example of Connecting Expansion and Remote Baseplates . . . .
3Ć17
Figure 3Ć14. Model 311 and 313 5ĆSlot Baseplate Dimensions and Spacing ReĆ
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Figure 3Ć15. Model 323 10ĆSlot Baseplate Dimensions and Spacing Requirements
3Ć19
Figure 3Ć16. Modular CPU, Expansion, and Remote 5ĆSlot Baseplate Dimensions
and Spacing Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3Ć19
Figure 3Ć17. Modular CPU, Expansion, and Remote 10ĆSlot Baseplate DimenĆ
sions and Spacing Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3Ć20
Figure 3Ć18. IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket Installation . . .
3Ć22
Figure 3Ć19. Dimensions for 19I Rack Mounting Using IC693ACC308 Adapter
Bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 3Ć20. IC693ACC313 Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket . . . . .
3Ć23
Figure 4Ć1. Standard AC/DC Input Power Supply Ć IC693PWR321 .
4Ć2
Figure 4Ć2. High Capacity AC/DC Input Power Supply Ć IC693PWR330 . . . .
4Ć4
Figure 4Ć3. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap . . . . .
4Ć6
Figure 4Ć4. Series 90Ć30 24/48 VDC Input Power Supply Ć IC693PWR322 . . .
4Ć7
Figure 4Ć5. Typical Efficiency Curve for 24/48 VDC Power Supply . .
Figure 4Ć6. Series 90Ć30 48 VDC Input Power Supply Ć IC693PWR328
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Figure 4Ć7. Typical Efficiency Curve for IC693PWR328 Power Supply . . . . .
4Ć11
Figure 4Ć8. Series 90Ć30 24 VDC Input High Capacity Power Supply Ć
IC693PWR331 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 4Ć9. 5 VDC Current Output Derating for Temperatures above 505C
(1225F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 4Ć10. Series 90Ć30 12 VDC Input High Capacity Power Supply Ć
IC693PWR332 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 4Ć11. 5 VDC Current Output Derating for Temperatures above 505C
(1225F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 4Ć12. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap . . . .
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Figure 4Ć13. Internal Power Supply Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć21
Figure 4Ć14. Timing Diagram for all Series 90Ć30 Power Supplies . .
4Ć22
Figure 4Ć15. Serial Port Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć23
Figure 4Ć16. Backup Battery for RAM Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć24
Figure 5Ć1. Example of Series 90Ć30 Standard Density Discrete Output Module
5Ć4
Figure 5Ć2. Example of 32ĆPoint I/O Module (IC693MDL654) With Dual ConnecĆ
tors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5Ć5
Figure 5Ć3. Example of 32ĆPoint I/O Module (IC693MDL653) With Single ConĆ
nector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5Ć6
Figure 6Ć1. Field Wiring Ć 120 Volt AC Isolated Input Module Ć IC693MDL230 .
6Ć2
Figure 6Ć2. Field Wiring Ć 240 Volt AC Isolated Input Module Ć IC693MDL231 .
6Ć4
Figure 6Ć3. Field Wiring Ć 120 Volt AC Input Module Ć IC693MDL240
6Ć6
Figure 6Ć4. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL240 . . . . . .
6Ć6
Figure 6Ć5. Field Wiring Ć 24 Volt AC/DC Pos/Neg Logic Input Module Ć
IC693MDL241 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć8
Figure 6Ć6. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL241 . . . . . .
6Ć8
Figure 6Ć7. Field Wiring Ć 125 Volt DC Positive /Negative Logic Input Module Ć
IC693MDL632 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć10
Figure 6Ć8. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL632 . . . . . .
6Ć10
Figure 6Ć9. Field Wiring Ć 24 Volt Positive/Negative Logic Input Module Ć
IC693MDL634 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć12
Figure 6Ć10. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL634 . . . . .
6Ć12
Figure 6Ć11. Field Wiring Ć 24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input Module Ć
IC693MDL645 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć14
Figure 6Ć12. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL645 . . . . .
6Ć14
Figure 6Ć13. Field Wiring Ć 24 Volt DC Pos/Neg Logic Input Module Ć
IC693MDL646 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 6Ć14. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL646 . . . . .
6Ć16
Figure 6Ć15. IC693ACC300 Input Simulator Module . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć18
Figure 6Ć16. Field Wiring Ć 24 Volt Pos/Neg Logic 32 Point Input Module Ć
IC693MDL653 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć20
Figure 6Ć17. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL654 . . . . .
6Ć22
Figure 6Ć18. Field Wiring 5/12 Volt DC (TTL) Pos/Neg Logic 32ĆPoint Input ModĆ
ule Ć IC69MDL654 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć23
Figure 6Ć19. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC694MDL655 . . . . .
6Ć27
Figure 6Ć20. Field Wiring 24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic 32ĆPoint Input ModĆ
ule Ć IC693MDL655 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 7Ć1. IC693DVM300 Digital Valve Driver Module . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć1
Figure 7Ć2. IC693MDL310 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć5
Figure 7Ć3. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL310 . . . . . .
7Ć5
Figure 7Ć4. Field Wiring Ć 120/240 Volt AC Output, 2 Amp Module Ć
IC693MDL330 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć7
Figure 7Ć5. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL330 . . . . . .
7Ć7
Figure 7Ć6. IC693MDL340 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć9
Figure 7Ć7. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL340 . . . . .
7Ć9
Figure 7Ć8. IC693MDL390 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć11
Figure 7Ć9. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL390 . . . . .
7Ć11
Figure 7Ć10. IC693MDL730 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć13
Figure 7Ć11. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL730 . . . .
7Ć13
Figure 7Ć12. Terminal Board with Holding Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć14
Figure 7Ć13. IC693MDL731 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć16
Figure 7Ć14. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL731 . . . .
7Ć16
Figure 7Ć15. Terminal Board with Holding Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć17
Figure 7Ć16. IC693MDL732 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 7Ć17. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL732 . . . .
7Ć19
Figure 7Ć18. IC693MDL733 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć21
Figure 7Ć19. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL733 . . . .
7Ć21
Figure 7Ć20. IC697MDL734 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć23
Figure 7Ć21. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL734 . . . .
7Ć23
Figure 7Ć22. IC693MDL740 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć25
Figure 7Ć23. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL740 . . . .
7Ć25
Figure 7Ć24. IC693MDL741 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć27
Figure 7Ć25. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL741 . . . .
7Ć27
Figure 7Ć26. IC693MDL742 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć29
Figure 7Ć27. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL742 . . . .
7Ć29
Figure 7Ć28. IC693MDL930 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć31
Figure 7Ć29. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL930 . . . .
7Ć31
Figure 7Ć30. Load Suppression Examples for IC693MDL930 Output Module . .
7Ć32
Figure 7Ć31. IC693MDL931 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć34
Figure 7Ć32. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL931 . . . .
7Ć34
Figure 7Ć33. Load Suppression Examples for IC693MDL931 Output Module . .
7Ć35
Figure 7Ć34. IC693MDL940 Output Module Field Wiring . . . . . . . . .
7Ć37
Figure 7Ć35. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL940 . . . .
7Ć37
Figure 7Ć36. Load Suppression Examples for IC693MDL940 Output Module . .
7Ć38
Figure 7Ć37. Field Wiring Ć 12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic 32 Point Output Module,
IC693MDL750 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć40
Figure 7Ć38. Field Wiring Ć IC693MDL751 32 Point Output Module
7Ć42
Figure 7Ć39. Field Wiring Ć 5/24 Volt DC (TTL) Neg. Logic 32 Point Output Module Ć
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IC693MDL752 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 7Ć40. Examples of Connections to User Loads . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć46
Figure 7Ć41. Field Wiring Ć 12/24 Volt DC, 0.5A Positive Logic 32 Point Output
Module Ć IC693MDL753 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 8Ć1. Field Wiring 120 VAC Input/Relay Output Module Ć IC693MAR590
8Ć4
Figure 8Ć2. Field Wiring 24 VDC Input/Relay Output Module Ć IC693MDR390 .
8Ć8
Figure 9Ć1. Example of Series 90Ć30 Analog Current Output Module
9Ć3
Figure 9Ć2. Analog Input Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9Ć5
Figure 9Ć3. Analog Input Common Mode Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9Ć5
Figure 9Ć4. Analog Output Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9Ć6
Figure 9Ć5. D/A Bits vs. Current Output for IC693ALG391 . . . . . . . .
9Ć8
Figure 9Ć6. Stair Step Effect on Analog Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9Ć9
Figure 9Ć7. Voltage vs. Data Word
Figure 9Ć8. Current vs. Data Word
9Ć9
Figure 10Ć1. A/D Bits vs. Voltage Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć1
Figure 10Ć2. Scaling for Voltage Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć2
Figure 10Ć3. Analog Voltage Input Module Block Diagram for IC693ALG220
10Ć3
Figure 10Ć4. Field Wiring for 4ĆChannel Analog Voltage Input Module . . . . .
10Ć4
Figure 10Ć5. A/D Bits vs. Current Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć5
Figure 10Ć6. Scaling for Analog Current Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć6
Figure 10Ć7. Analog Current Input Module Block Diagram Ć IC693ALG221
10Ć7
Figure 10Ć8. Field Wiring for 4 Channel Analog Current Input Module . . . .
10Ć8
Figure 10Ć9. 16ĆChannel Analog Voltage Input Module Block Diagram Ć
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IC693ALG222 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć11
Figure 10Ć10. A/D Bits vs. Voltage Input for IC693ALG222 . . . . . . . .
10Ć12
Figure 10Ć11. Field Wiring for 16ĆChannel Analog Voltage Input Module Ć
IC693ALG222
(SingleĆEnded Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć14
Figure 10Ć12. Field Wiring for 16ĆChannel Analog Voltage Input Module Ć
IC693ALG222
(Differential Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć15
Figure 10Ć13. 16ĆChannel Analog Voltage Input Module Block Diagram Ć
IC693ALG222 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć16
Figure 10Ć14. 16ĆChannel Analog Current Input Module Block Diagram Ć
IC693ALG223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć29
Figure 10Ć15. A/D Bits vs. Current Input for IC693ALG223 . . . . . . .
10Ć30
Figure 10Ć16. Field Wiring for 16ĆChannel Analog Current Input Module Ć
IC693ALG223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć40
Figure 10Ć17. Field Wiring Ć Alternate User Connections Ć IC693ALG223 . .
10Ć41
Figure 10Ć18. 16ĆChannel Analog Current Input Module Block Diagram Ć
IC693ALG223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć42
Figure 11Ć1. D/A Bits vs. Voltage Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć1
Figure 11Ć2. Scaling for Voltage Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć2
Figure 11Ć3. Analog Voltage Output Module Block Diagram Ć IC693ALG390
11Ć3
Figure 11Ć4. Field Wiring for Analog Voltage Output Module Ć IC693ALG390 . .
11Ć4
Figure 11Ć5. D/A Bits vs. Current FigĆ
ure 11Ć6. D/A Bits vs. Current
Output, 4
to 20 mA
Output, 0
to 20 mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć5
ure 11Ć8. Scaling for Current
Figure 11Ć7. Scaling for Current
FigĆ
Output, 4
to 20 mA
Output, 0
to 20 mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 11Ć9. Load Current Derating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć8
Figure 11Ć10. Analog Current Output Module Block Diagram Ć IC693ALG391 .
11Ć8
Figure 11Ć11. Field Wiring Ć Analog Current Output Module (Current Mode) Ć
IC693ALG391 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć9
Figure 11Ć12. Field Wiring Ć Analog Current Output Module (Voltage Mode) Ć
IC693ALG391 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Ć10
Figure 11Ć13. Scaling for Current Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć12
Figure 11Ć14. Scaling for Voltage Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć12
Figure 11Ć15. Basic Block Diagram for IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć13
Figure 11Ć16. Field Wiring for 8ĆChannel Analog Current/Voltage Output ModĆ
ule, IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Ć15
Figure 11Ć17. Module Derating Curves for IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . .
11Ć19
Figure 11Ć18. 8ĆChannel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module Block Diagram
Ć IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Ć30
Figure 12Ć1. A/D Bits vs. Current Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12Ć4
Figure 12Ć2. A/D Bits vs. Voltage Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12Ć5
Figure 12Ć3. Scaling for Current Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12Ć6
Figure 12Ć4. Scaling for Voltage Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12Ć6
Figure 12Ć5. Field Wiring for Analog Combo Module Ć IC693ALG442 12Ć10
Figure 12Ć6. Analog Combo Module Block Diagram Ć IC693ALG442
12Ć11
Figure 12Ć7. Output Behavior in Ramp Mode and in Standard Mode 12Ć18
Figure 13Ć1. Relationship of Indicator Lights to Terminal Board Connections .
13Ć1
Figure CĆ1. Detail of I/O Bus Expansion Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ2
Figure CĆ2. How to use SplitĆRing Ferrules for Foil and Braided Cable Shield
CĆ6
Figure CĆ3. PointĆToĆPoint Cable Wiring for Continuous Shield Custom Length Cables
CĆ8
Figure CĆ4. PointĆToĆPoint Cable Wiring Diagram for Applications Requiring Less Noise ImĆ
munity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ8
Figure CĆ5. Earlier V
ersions of Remote Baseplate Custom WYE Cable Wiring Diagram . .
CĆ9
Figure CĆ6. Current Remote baseplate (IC693CHS393/399) Custom Wye Cable Wiring DiaĆ
gram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ10
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Figure CĆ7. Example of Connecting Expansion Baseplates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ11
Figure CĆ8. Example of Connecting Expansion and Remote Baseplates . . . . .
CĆ12
Figure CĆ9. 32 Point I/O Module to Weidmuller #912263 Terminal Block . . .
CĆ14
Figure CĆ10. IC693CBL310 Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ16
Figure CĆ11. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC . . . . . . . . .
CĆ18
Figure CĆ12. IC693CBL315 Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ19
Figure CĆ13. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC . . . . . . . . .
CĆ22
Figure CĆ14. Connector Orientation on I/O Faceplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ24
Figure CĆ15. I/O Faceplate to Terminal Block Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ24
Figure CĆ16. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC . . . . . . . . .
CĆ25
Figure CĆ17. IC693CBL327/328 Cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ26
Figure CĆ18. Dimension for Depth of Connector for IC693CBL327/328 . . . .
CĆ27
Figure CĆ19. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC for Custom Built Cables
CĆ30
Figure CĆ20. IC693CBL329/330/331/332/333/334 Cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ31
Figure CĆ21. Dimension for Depth of Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CĆ32
Figure DĆ1. Typical TBQC Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ1
Figure DĆ2. IC693ACC334 TBQC Faceplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ5
Figure DĆ3. IC693ACC329 TBQC Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ6
Figure DĆ4. IC693ACC330 TBQC Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ7
Figure DĆ5. IC693ACC331 TBQC Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ8
Figure DĆ6. IC693ACC332 TBQC Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ9
Figure DĆ7. IC693ACC333 TBQC Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ10
Figure DĆ8. Example of 32ĆPoint, dual-connector Module (IC693MDL654)
DĆ11
Figure DĆ9. IC693ACC337 TBQC Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DĆ13
Figure EĆ1. Example of PCIF Interface to Series 90Ć30 I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EĆ2
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Table 3Ć1. Rack Number Selection Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3Ć14
Table 3Ć2. Series 90Ć30 Baseplate Comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3Ć24
Table 4Ć1. Power Supply Comparison Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć1
Table 4Ć2. IC693PWR321 Power Supply Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć2
Table 4Ć3. Specifications for IC693PWR321 Standard AC/DC Input Power Supply
4Ć3
Table 4Ć4. IC693PWR330 Power Supply Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć4
Table 4Ć5. Specifications for IC693PWR330 High Capacity AC/DC Input Power
Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć5
Table 4Ć6. IC693PWR322 Power Supply Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć7
Table 4Ć7. Specifications for IC693PWR322 Power Supply . . . . . . . .
4Ć8
Table 4Ć8. IC693PWR328 Power Supply Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć10
Table 4Ć9. Specifications for IC693PWR328 Power Supply . . . . . . . .
4Ć11
Table 4Ć10. IC693PWR331 Power Supply Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć13
Table 4Ć11. Specifications for IC693PWR331 Power Supply . . . . . . .
4Ć14
Table 4Ć12. High Capacity 12 VDC Input Power Supply Capacities .
4Ć16
Table 4Ć13. Specifications for IC693PWR332 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć17
Table 4Ć14. Load Requirements (in milliamps) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4Ć26
Table 5Ć1. Guide to Chapter Location for Discrete I/O Module Specifications . .
5Ć2
Table 6Ć1. Specifications for IC693MDL230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć1
Table 6Ć2. Specifications for IC693MDL231 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć3
Table 6Ć3. Specifications for IC693MDL240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć5
Table 6Ć4. Specifications for IC693MDL241 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć7
Table 6Ć5. Specifications for IC693MDL632 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć9
Table 6Ć6. Specifications for IC693MDL634 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć11
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Table 6Ć7. Specifications for IC693MDL645 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć13
Table 6Ć8. Specifications for IC693MDL646 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć15
Table 6Ć9. Specifications for IC693ACC300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć17
Table 6Ć10. Specification for IC693MDL653 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć19
Table 6Ć11. Specifications for IC693MDL654 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć22
Table 6Ć12. Specifications for IC693MDL655 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6Ć27
Table 7Ć1. IC693DVM300 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć2
Table 7Ć2. IC693DVM300 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć3
Table 7Ć3. Specifications for IC693MDL310 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć4
Table 7Ć4. Specifications for IC693MDL330 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć6
Table 7Ć5. Specifications for IC693MDL340 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć8
Table 7Ć6. Specifications for IC693MDL390 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć10
Table 7Ć7. Specifications for IC693MDL730 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć12
Table 7Ć8. Specifications for IC693MDL731 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć15
Table 7Ć9. Specifications for IC693MDL732 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć18
Table 7Ć10. Specifications for IC693MDL733 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć20
Table 7Ć11. Specifications for IC693MDL734 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć22
Table 7Ć12. Specifications for IC693MDL740 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć24
Table 7Ć13. Specifications for IC693MDL741 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć26
Table 7Ć14. Specifications for IC693MDL742 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć28
Table 7Ć15. Specifications for IC693MDL930 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć30
Table 7Ć16. Load Current Limitations for IC693MDL930 . . . . . . . . .
7Ć32
Table 7Ć17. Specifications for IC693MDL931 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć33
Table 7Ć18. Load Current limitations for IC693MDL931 . . . . . . . . . .
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Table 7Ć19. Specifications for IC693MDL940 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć36
Table 7Ć20. Load Current Limitations for IC693MDL940 . . . . . . . . .
7Ć38
Table 7Ć21. Specifications for IC693MDL750 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć39
Table 7Ć22. Specifications for IC693MDL751 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć41
Table 7Ć23. Specifications for IC693MDL752 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć44
Table 7Ć24. Specifications for IC693MDL753 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7Ć50
Table 8Ć1. Specifications for IC693MAR590 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8Ć2
Table 8Ć2. Load Current Limitations for IC693MAR590 . . . . . . . . .
8Ć2
Table 8Ć3. Specifications for IC693MDR390 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8Ć6
Table 8Ć4. Load Current Limitations for IC693MDR390 . . . . . . . . . .
8Ć6
Guide to Chapter Location for Analog I/O Module Specifications . .
9Ć1
Table 9Ć1. Load Requirements (mA) for Analog I/O Modules . . . . . .
9Ć4
Table 9Ć2. Equation Values for Analog Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9Ć7
Table 9Ć3. User Reference and Current (mA) Requirements . . . . . . .
9Ć12
Table 9Ć4. User References Available per System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9Ć12
Table 9Ć5. Maximum Number of Analog Modules per System . . . . . .
9Ć12
Table 10Ć1. Specifications for Analog Voltage Input Module Ć IC693ALG220
10Ć3
Table 10Ć2. Specifications for Analog Current Input Module Ć IC693ALG221
10Ć6
Table 10Ć3. Specifications for 16ĆChannel Analog Voltage Input Module,
IC693ALG222 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć10
Table 10Ć4. Terminal Pin Assignments for IC693ALG222 . . . . . . . . .
10Ć13
Table 10Ć5. Configuration Parameters for IC693ALG222 . . . . . . . . .
10Ć17
Table 10Ć6. Parameter Descriptions for Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć20
Table 10Ć7. Specifications for 16ĆChannel Analog Current Input Module,
IC693ALG223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Ć28
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Table 10Ć8. Configuration Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć30
Table 10Ć9. Parameter Descriptions for Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć33
Table 10Ć10. Terminal Pin Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10Ć39
Table 11Ć1. Specifications for Analog Voltage Output Module, IC693ALG390 . .
11Ć2
Table 11Ć2. Range Settings vs. Voltage Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć6
Table 11Ć3. Specifications for Analog Current Output Module Ć IC693ALG391 .
11Ć7
Table 11Ć4. Terminal Pin Assignments for IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . .
11Ć14
Table 11Ć5. Specifications for IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11Ć18
Table 11Ć6. Configuration Parameters for IC693ALG392 . . . . . . . . .
11Ć20
Table 12Ć1. Specifications for IC693ALG442 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12Ć2
Table 12Ć2. Terminal Pin Assignments for IC693ALG442 . . . . . . . . .
12Ć9
Table 12Ć3. Configuration Parameters for IC693ALG442 . . . . . . . . .
12Ć12
Table 12Ć4. E2 COMMREQ Command Block Definitions . . . . . . . . .
12Ć20
Table 12Ć5. COMMREQ Data Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12Ć20
Table 12Ć6. E2 COMMREQ Data and Command Word Formats . . .
12Ć21
Table 13Ć1. Fuse List for Series 90Ć30 Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13Ć6
Table 13Ć2. Spare/Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13Ć7
Table 13Ć3. Preventive Maintenance Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13Ć8
Table 13Ć4. Technical Support Telephone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13Ć9
Table CĆ1.
Table CĆ2.
Table CĆ3.
Table CĆ4.
Table CĆ5.
Table CĆ6.
Table CĆ7.
Table CĆ8.
Table DĆ1.
Table DĆ2.
Table DĆ3.
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Wire List for 32 Point I/O Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wire List for 24ĆPin Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog Numbers for 24ĆPin Connector Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wire List for 24ĆPin Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog Numbers for 24ĆPin Connector Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wire List for 24ĆPin Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TBQC Cable CrossĆReference Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TBQC Terminal Block Selection Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TBQC Cable Selection Table for 16-Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . .
TBQC Cable Selection Table for 32-Point Modules . . . . . . . . . . .
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CĆ15
CĆ17
CĆ20
CĆ21
CĆ28
CĆ29
CĆ32
DĆ2
DĆ3
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Table EĆ1. Personal Computer Interface Card Comparison Table . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter
1 Introduction to the Series 90-30 I/O System
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1
Please Read the Following Important Information
The Series 90-30 I/O modules described in this manual can be controlled two ways:
1.
With a Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).
2.
With a Personal Computer (PC) that has an installed Personal Computer Interface card (or
similar interface). This allows software on the PC to control and monitor Series 90-30 I/O.
If you are using Series 90-30 I/O as part of a Series 90-30 PLC system, you should refer to
GFK-0356, the Series 90-30 Programmable Controller Installation manual, for more information.
If you are using a Personal Computer to control the Series 90-30 I/O, refer to the documentation
for the PCIF, your Personal Computer, and your application software for more information.
Series 90-30 System
A Series 90-30 PLC system can consist of:
H
Model 311, Model 313, or Model 323: a single baseplate with embedded CPU .
H
Model 331, 340, 341 system: a CPU baseplate and up to 4 expansion and /or remote
baseplates.
H
Model 350, 351, 352, 360, 363, or 364 system: a CPU baseplate with up to 7 expansion
and/or remote baseplates.
A Series 90-30 I/O system controlled by a Personal Computer can consist of:
H
A PC with an installed IC693PIF301 card and up to 4 expansion and/or remote baseplates.
H
A PC with an installed IC693PIF400 card and up to 7 expansion and/or remote baseplates.
Series 90-30 I/O Module Types
GE Fanuc offers the following types of Series 90-30 I/O modules:
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H
Discrete inputs modules have either 8, 16, or 32 points.
H
Discrete outputs output modules have from 5 to 32 points.
H
Discrete combination modules have a combination of inputs and outputs on one module.
H
Analog input modules are available with 4 or 16 channels.
H
Analog outputs analog output modules have 2 or 8 channels.
1-1
1
H
Analog combination module has 4 input channels and 2 output channels.
I/O modules are retained in their baseplates by molded latches that easily snap onto the upper
and lower retainer slots of the baseplates. This is described in detail in Chapter 2. The
following figure shows a typical Series 90–30 I/O module.
a43082A
Lens Cap
Status
LEDs
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
Fuse Indicator LED
Hinged Cover
Front View
OUTPUT
RELAY N.O. 2 AMP
Color Bar
Indicates Type
of Module
1
2
A1
3
V
A2
4
A3
5
A4
Removable
Insert
6
Removable
Terminal
Board
Module Type
A5
7
8
A6
10
A8
9
V
A7
12
B1
13
V
B2
14
User can Write
Signal Names on
Front of Insert
B3
B4
15
16
17
B5
18
V
B6
B7
19
20
B8
44A726782–015
FOR USE WITH
IC693MDL940
A1
Pilot Light 1
A2
Pilot Light 2
A3
Control ON
A4
Emargency Stop
A5
Pump 1 ON
HInged Cover
Connection
Diagram on
Back of Insert
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OUTPUT
RELAY N.O. 2 AMP
A6
Pump 2 ON
A7
Motor Starter 1
A8
MotorStarter 2
B1
CR 1
B2
CR 2
B3
CR 3
B4
CR 4
B5
SOL 1
B6
SOL 2
B7
SOL 3
B8
SOL 4
Module Catalog No.
Figure 1-1. Example of a Series 90-30 I/O Module
LED Indicators
Circuit status of each I/O point on discrete modules is indicated by a green LED mounted at
the top of the module and viewable through a clear plastic lens. There are two horizontal rows
of LEDs with eight LEDs in each row. Each LED is identified by a letter and number
identification which is illuminated when the applicable LED turns on. These letters and
numbers clearly identify each LED to assist in program monitoring and trouble shooting. The
top row is labeled A1 through 8 and the bottom row is labeled B1 through 8.
Additionally, a blown fuse status for fused or electronically protected output modules is
provided by an LED labeled F on the LED cover (note that the F is labeled on all discrete I/O
modules, although it is only relevant to fused or electronically protected output modules).
Front Door Insert
Each module has an insert that goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door.
The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit
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wiring information for that module type, and the outside surface has space to record circuit
identification information. The outside left edge of the insert is color coded so that you can
quickly identify the module as an AC (red), DC (blue), or signal level (gray) type.
Universal Terminal Boards
Series 90-30 I/O modules with up to 16 points have, as a standard feature, detachable terminal
boards for field wiring connections to and from user supplied input or output devices. 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.
Terminal Block Quick Connect Assembly
The Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) assembly allows some 16-point or 32–point discrete
modules to be quickly connected to interposing terminal blocks. Installing a 16–point module
typically takes 2 1/2 hours to wire from a PLC to interposing terminal blocks. With the TBQC, you
simply snap in the interposing terminal block, remove the I/O module’s terminal assembly, snap in
the I/O faceplate and connect the cable. This reduces wiring time to about two minutes, reducing
wiring cost and errors. Complete assemblies consist of a terminal block, an I/O Face Plate, and a
cable. See Appendix D for more information.
Connections to High Density I/O Modules
High Density discrete I/O modules (32 Inputs or 32 Outputs) are connected to field devices
through a cable, or cables, that plug into either one or two connectors on the front of the
modules. These modules are discussed in detail in Chapters 5 and 6.
Option Modules
In addition to Series 90-30 I/O modules, the I/O system supports a wide variety of option
modules, such as
H
Genius Communications and Bus Controller
H
Communications Control module (for serial communications)
H
Programmable Coprocessor Modules and Alphanumeric Display Coprocessor
H
Motion control and High Speed Counter modules
H
Ethernet interface,
H
Various bus controllers.
H
State Logic modules
NOTE: the Programmable Coprocessor Modules, Communications Control module,
Alphanumeric Display Coprocessor module, and the State Logic Processor modules are
currently NOT supported by the Personal Computer Interface (PCIF) cards.
For current information on availability of Series 90-30 modules, consult your authorized GE
Fanuc PLC distributor or your local GE Fanuc sales office.
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Horner Electric and Third Party Modules
Series 90-30 compatible modules are available from Horner Electric, Inc. that may be used in a
Series 90-30 PLC system or in a PCIF system. Some of these modules are listed below; there
are many more. These modules may be ordered directly from Horner Electric, Inc. (telephone
number is 317-639-4261, web address is www.hornerelectric.com).
Description
Catalog Number
HE693ASCxxx
ASCII BASIC Module
HE693ADCxxx
Isolated Analog Input Modules
HE693DACxxx
Isolated Analog Output modules
HE693APGxxx
IQ2 Remote I/O Interface Modules
HE693PIDxxx
PID modules
HE693STPxxx
Stepper Motor Modules
HE693ADCxxx
Strain Gauge Modules
HE693RTDxxx
RTD Modules
HE693THMxxx
Thermocouple Modules
HE693PIDNETE
PID Network Modules
HE693DRVNETA
Variable Frequency Drive Network Modules
Other Third party I/O modules are also available that can be included in a Series 90-30 PLC
system. For information on Third party I/O modules, consult your authorized GE Fanuc PLC
distributor or your local GE Fanuc sales office, or visit the GE Fanuc web site:
www.gefanuc.com
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This chapter discusses general installation details. Other, more specific details, for particular
products are discussed in the applicable chapter.
– Important Note –
The installation instructions described in this chapter apply to PLC
installations that do not require special procedures for noisy or hazardous
environments. For installations that must conform to more stringent
requirements (such as CE Mark), see GFK-1179, Installation Requirements
for Conformance to Standards. Also see Appendix B, “GE Fanuc Product
Agency Approvals, Standards, General Specifications.”
Receiving your Products – Visual Inspection
When you receive your Series 90-30 PLC system, carefully inspect all shipping containers for
damage that may have occurred 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 that
happened during shipment. However, GE Fanuc will fully cooperate with you if such action is
necessary.
Pre-installation Check
After unpacking Series 90-30 PLC racks, cables, modules, etc., record all serial numbers. Serial
numbers are printed on the module packaging. Serial numbers are required to make a claim during
the warranty period of the equipment. All software product registration cards should be completed
and returned to GE Fanuc. See the “Module Features” section in this chapter for location of
module serial numbers. See the “Common Baseplate Features” section in the “Baseplates” chapter
for location of baseplate serial numbers.
You should verify that all components of the system have been received and that they agree
with your order. If the parts received do not agree with your order, call Programmable Control
Customer Service, toll free, in Charlottesville, VA at 1-800-432-7521. A Customer Service
representative will provide further instructions.
If you require assistance with your installation, the GE Fanuc Technical Service Hotline
personnel in Charlottesville, VA are available to help you. North American customers should
call toll-free at 1-800-GE FANUC (1-800-433-2682). International customers should dial
direct: 804-978-6036. The GE Fanuc web site support address is www.gefanuc.com/support/plc .
Chapter 13, “Maintenance and Troubleshooting” has additional telephone numbers and
troubleshooting information.
Warranty Claims
Record the serial number of the defective item and contact your distributor for instructions.
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System Layout Guidelines
Because of the differences from one system to another, it is not practical to try to discuss every
possible layout. Instead, this section offers guidelines and an example to help you lay out your
system.
Benefits of a Good Layout – Safe, Reliable, and Accessible
The layout of your system has a lot to do with how reliably your system will operate, how easy
it will be to install, how well it will look, and how easy and safe it will be to maintain:
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Safety and Maintenance – 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. A good layout also makes it easier to trace wiring and locate components
while troubleshooting, which helps reduce equipment downtime.
H
Reliability –Proper 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.
H
Installation Efficiency– A well designed layout allows sufficient room to mount and wire
the unit. This saves time and frustration.
H
Appearance – A neat and orderly layout gives others a favorable impression of your
system. It lets others know that careful thought went into the design of the system.
PLC Rack Location and Clearance Requirement
The following list provides PLC rack mounting location guidelines. For an example layout, see
the figure “Series 90-30 Example Layout” on the next page.
H Locate PLC racks away from other components that generate large amounts of heat, such
as transformers, power supplies, or power resistors.
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H
Locate PLC racks away from components that generate electrical noise such as relays and
contactors.
H
Locate PLC racks away from high voltages components and wiring such as circuit
breakers and fusible disconnects, transformers, motor wiring, etc. This not only reduces
the chance of introducing electrical noise into the PLC , but makes it safer for personnel
working on the PLC.
H
Locate PLC racks at a convenient level that allows technicians reasonable access for
maintaining the system.
H
Route sensitive input wires away from electrically noisy wires such as discrete output and
AC wiring. This can be facilitated by grouping I/O modules to keep Output modules
separated from sensitive Input modules.
H
The PLC racks each require a 4” clearance space on all four sides (6 inches on the right end
if using I/O Bus Expansion Cables) to ensure adequate ventilation/cooling. See the
“Baseplates” chapter for baseplate size and clearance requirement information.
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Series 90-30 PLC Layout Example
1
10
9
8
2
7
6
5
3
4
Figure 2-1. Series 90-30 Example Layout
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Wireway (Wire Duct)
Field device connection terminal block
Motor connection terminal block
Motor starters
Circuit board
Power supply
Control transformer
Fusible disconnect or circuit breaker
Control relays
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Module Features
1
13
7
8
12
11
2
3
4
IC693MDLXXX
OUTPUT
120 VAC .5A 16 PT
LISTED
xxxxxxx
123456789
10
14
1234567
5
2
6
6
7
8
9
Figure 2-2. Features of Series 90-30 Module
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
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Pivot hook
Circuit board holding tabs (two on each side of module)
Catalog number and description section of label
Certification (UL, CE, etc.) section of label
Module connector – plugs into baseplate backplane connector
Release lever – spring loaded
Ventilation openings in module case (top and bottom)
Front cover holding tabs (two on each side of module)
Front cover (shown) or terminal board.
Front cover faceplate or hinged cover for terminal board.
Lens cap.
Lens cap holding tabs (one on each side of module)
Module label
Serial Number – used to determine module warranty status. Note that on some modules,
the Serial Number may be on a small tag on the back of the module.
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Installing a Module
Warning
Do not insert or remove modules with power applied. This could cause
the PLC to stop or malfunction. Injury to personnel and damage to the
module or baseplate may result. Also, attempts to force a module into an
improper slot type will result in damage to the module and/or the
baseplate. Modules will mount in the correct slot type easily, with a
minimum of force.
Use the following instructions as a guide when inserting a module into a baseplate slot.
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Check that module catalog number matches slot configuration. Each slot is, or will be,
assigned a particular module type during configuration. A Power Supply module must be
installed in the left end unnumbered slot only, and a CPU module and some special Option
modules can only be installed in Slot 1 of a CPU baseplate. I/O Modules and most Option
modules install in slots numbered 2 and higher.
H
Grasp the module firmly with terminal board toward you and with rear pivot hook facing
away from you.
H
Align the module with the desired baseplate slot and connector. Tilt the module upwards
so that top rear pivot hook of the module engages the baseplate’s top module retainer.
H
Swing the module downward until the module’s connector engages the baseplate’s
backplane connector, and the release lever on the bottom of the module snaps into place in
the baseplate’s bottom module retainer.
H
Visually inspect the module to be sure that it it properly seated.
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PIVOT HOOK
BACKPLANE
CONNECTOR
BOTTOM RETAINER
RELEASE LEVER
Figure 2-3. Installing a Module
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Removing a Module
Warning
Do not insert or remove modules with power applied. This could cause
the PLC to stop or malfunction. Injury to personnel and damage to the
module or baseplate may result. Also potentially dangerous voltages
from user devices may be present on a module’s screw terminals even
though power to the rack is turned off. Care must be taken any time that
you are handling the module’s removable terminal board or any wires
connected to it.
H
If the module has wiring, remove the module’s terminal board (NOTE: You do not have to
unwire the terminal board) or cables. The procedure for removing a terminal board is
described later in this section.
H
Locate the release lever at the bottom of the module and firmly press it up, towards the
module.
H
While holding the module firmly at its top and fully depressing release lever, swing (pivot)
the module upward (release lever must be free of its retaining slot).
H
Disengage pivot hook at the top rear of the module by moving the module up and away
from the baseplate.
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PIVOT HOOK
Î
Î
ÎÎ
PRESS
RELEASE LEVER
Figure 2-4. Removing a Module
Note
Modules in expansion or remote baseplates can be added, removed, or
replaced while the PLC is in RUN mode if power is first removed from the
expansion or remote baseplate. I/O data to/from this baseplate will not be
updated while power is removed.
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Installing a Module’s Terminal Board
Note: Modules IC693MDL730F (and later) and IC693MDL731F (and later) have special
terminal boards that are equipped with holding screws. For Installation and Removal
instructions, please see the section “Installing and Removing Terminal Boards with Holding
Screws” later in this chapter. The high density (32 point) I/O modules have one or two
connectors instead of terminal boards.
To install a terminal board (refer to the figure below):
1.
Hook the pivot hook, located on the bottom of the terminal board, to the lower slot on the
module.
2.
Push the terminal board towards the module until it snaps into place.
3.
Open the terminal board cover and ensure that the latch on the module is securely holding
the terminal board in place.
Caution
Compare the module catalog number on the label on the back of the hinged door
(see Figure 2-8) and the label on the side of the module (see figure below) to
ensure that they match. If a wired terminal board is installed on the wrong
module type, damage to the module may occur when the system is powered up.
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Module
Label
3
1
REFER TO TEXT FOR
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Figure 2-5. Installing an I/O Module’s Terminal Board
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Removing a Module’s Terminal Board
To remove a terminal board:
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Open the plastic terminal board cover.
H
Push up on the jacking lever to release the terminal block.
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LEVER
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
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Grasp pull-tab and pull it towards you until contacts have separated from module
housing and bottom pivot hook has disengaged.
PULL
TAB
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Figure 2-6. Removing a Module’s Terminal Board
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I/O Module Terminal Board Posts
Notice that the terminal board has three posts on the left side. The top and bottom posts hold
the terminal board cover in place. The purpose of the middle post is to keep the terminal board
wiring in place. This middle post can be easily snapped off if you do not require it to hold the
wiring in place.
Since minimal force is required to snap off the middle post, you should be careful that you do
not inadvertently snap it off if you are using it to keep your wiring in place.
Installing and Removing Terminal Boards with Holding Screws
Discrete output modules IC693MDL730F (and later) and IC693MDL731F (and later) have a
special terminal board that is equipped with holding screws, shown in the figure below. These
screws prevent the terminal board-to-module connections from deteriorating in applications
where the PLC is subjected to severe vibration .
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A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
Terminal Board Post
Hinged Cover
2
Holding Screw
4
A1
6
A2
8
A3
10
A4
+
12
A5
–
14
A6
16
A7
18
A8
Removeable Terminal Board
Terminal Board Post
Holding Screw
20
Terminal Board Post
IC693MDL730F
Module Catalog Number
Figure 2-7. Terminal Board with Holding Screws
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Removing: To Remove these terminal boards, first loosen the two holding screws on the
front of the terminal board, then follow the standard removal instructions in the section
“Removing an I/O Module’s Terminal Board.” The holding screws are held captive in the
terminal board and do not have to be completely removed.
D
Installing: To install these terminal boards, follow the standard installation instructions in
the section “Installing an I/O Module’s Terminal Board,” then tighten the two holding
screws to 8 to 10 inch pounds (1 Newton-meter) of torque.
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Baseplate Installation and Mounting
Warning
Be sure to follow baseplate grounding instructions in this chapter. Failure
to properly ground the PLC can result in improper operation, damage to
equipment, and injury to personnel.
Mounting a Baseplate to a Panel
D
Use four good-quality (corrosion resistant) 8-32 x 1/2 (4 x 12 mm) machine screws, lock
washers, and flat washers. Install the screws in four tapped holes. Chapter 3
(“Baseplates”) has the applicable dimensions and mounting clearances. (Alternately,
10-slot baseplates can be mounted in standard 19-inch racks by using the appropriate
adapter. This is discussed in the next section.)
D
A vertical mounting orientation is preferred for maximum heat dissipation. Other
mounting orientations will require derating the Power Supply current capabilities. Please
see the section “Load Ratings, Temperature, and Mounting Position” in Chapter 3 for
information on this.
D
All baseplates must be grounded. The “Baseplate Safety Grounding” section of this
chapter has details.
D
The Rack Number Selection switch must be set on each Expansion or Remote baseplate. A
CPU baseplate does not require this switch. Rack numbers should be assigned by the
system designer. Failure to set the Rack Number Selection switches properly will result in
system malfunction. See Chapter 3 for details on setting these switches.
Mounting a Baseplate to a 19” Rack
Two optional Baseplate Adapter Brackets allow a 10-slot baseplate to be mounted in a 19 inch
rack. Each baseplate installation requires only one of the adapter brackets.
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D
IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket. Used to mount a baseplate to the front
face of a 19” rack. Install the adapter bracket by inserting the tabs at the top and bottom of
the adapter bracket into the corresponding slots at the top and bottom of the plastic
baseplate cover. NOTE: Although the figure below shows the plastic baseplate cover
removed, this is for illustration purposes only. It is not necessary to remove the cover
to install the bracket. With the bracket in place, insert and tighten the two screws (included
with the bracket) through the back of the baseplate holes into the threaded holes in the bracket.
D
IC693ACC313 Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket. Used to recess mount a baseplate
inside a 19” rack. A baseplate mounts on the rear panel of this adapter bracket using four
8-32 (4 mm) screws, nuts, lockwashers and flat washers. The Adapter Bracket bolts
through its four slotted holes to the face of the 19” rack using applicable hardware
(lockwashers recommended).
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RIGHT SIDE OF
BASEPLATE
Insert two screws (1 at top; 1 at bottom)
from back of baseplate through baseplate
mounting holes into tapped holes in
bracket. Tighten screws to secure bracket
to baseplate.
Note: Baseplate is shown with cover removed for illustration purposes. It
is not necessary to remove the baseplate cover to install the bracket.
Figure 2-8. IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket Installation
Dimensions for rack mounting a 10-slot baseplate with the IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter
Bracket are shown in the following figure.
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18.89
(480)
18.47
(469)
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Î
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES (MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES)
Figure 2-9. Dimensions for 19I Rack Mounting Using IC693ACC308 Adapter
Bracket
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0.160 (4.06) dia. x 4
0.280 (7.1)
3.540 (90)
4.000 (101.6)
1.630 (41.4)
1.368 (34.7)
0.842 (21.4)
0.346 (8.8)
Inside
0.439 (11.2)
16.850 (428)
18.122 (460.3)
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES (MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES)
Figure 2-10. IC693ACC313 Recessed Adapter Bracket for 19” Rack Mounting
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Grounding Procedures
System Grounding Procedures
Warning
In addition to the following grounding information, we strongly urge that
you follow all applicable codes that apply to your area. 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 mean
injury or death to personnel, damage to property, or both.
All components of a programmable logic control system and the devices it is controlling must
be properly grounded. This is particularly important for the following reasons.
H
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.
H
The Series 90-30 PLC system requires proper grounding for correct operation.
The importance of a proper grounding cannot be over-emphasized.
Ground Conductors
H
Ground conductors should be connected in a tree fashion with branches routed to a central
earth ground point, shown in the figure below. This ensures that no ground conductor
carries current from any other branch. This method is shown in the following figure.
H
Ground conductors should be as short and as large in diameter as possible. Braided straps
or AWG #12 (3.3 mm2) or larger cables (typically green insulation with a yellow tracer)
can be used to minimize resistance. Warning: Conductors must always be large
enough to carry the maximum short circuit current of the path being considered.
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PLC CABINET
RACK
PROGRAMMING
DEVICE
RACK
MOTOR DRIVES
AND OTHER
ELECTRICAL
CONTROL
EQUIPMENT
MACHINERY
NOTE
EARTH
GROUND
CENTRAL
GROUND POINT
SIGNAL AND POWER
CONNECTIONS
ARE NOT SHOWN
Figure 2-11. Recommended System Grounding
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Series 90-30 PLC Equipment Grounding
Equipment grounding recommendations and procedures are listed below. These grounding
procedures must be properly followed for safe, proper operation of your Series 90-30 PLC system.
Baseplate Safety Grounding
The following recommendations are offered, but applicable safety codes for your area or equipment
type should also be consulted. The baseplate’s metal back must be grounded using a separate
conductor; the baseplate mounting screws are not considered to be an acceptable ground
connection by themselves. Use a minimum AWG #12 (3.3 mm2) wire with a ring terminal and star
lock washer under the head of one of the baseplate’s two lower mounting holes. These two holes
have openings to the side to allow connecting a wire and ring terminal under the head of a
mounting screw. Connect the other end of this ground wire to a tapped hole in the panel that the
baseplate is mounted to, using a machine screw, star lock washer, and flat washer. Alternately, if
your panel has a ground stud, it is recommended you use a nut and star lock washer for each wire
on the ground stud to ensure adequate grounding. Where connections are made to a painted panel,
the paint should be removed so clean, bare metal is exposed at the connection point. Terminals and
hardware used should be compatible with the aluminum baseplate material.
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 5–SLOT
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
NON-CPU SLOTS
CAUTION
USER PROGRAM
AND REGISTER
VALUES MAY BE
LOST IF POWER
SUPPLY IS
REMOVED FOR
LONGER THAN
1 HOUR
AWG #12 or
Larger Wire
POWER
SUPPLY
CPU/1
I/O-2
Screw, Star Lock Washer,
Flat Washer, Ring Terminal,
installed in tapped hole.
I/O-3
I/O-4
I/O-5
Alternate location
for Ground connection
Paint Removed
From Panel Here
Figure 2-12. Baseplate Grounding
Warning
All baseplates must be grounded to minimize electrical shock hazard.
Failure to do so can result in severe personal injury.
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All baseplates grouped together in a Series 90-30 PLC system must have a common ground
connection. This is especially important for baseplates that are not mounted in the same control
cabinet.
Grounding 19” Rack-Mounted Baseplates
There are two Adapter Brackets choices for mounting a 10-slot Series 90-30 baseplate to a 19”
Rack. Regardless of which of the two Adapter Brackets is used, the 19” Rack should be
grounded as per the instructions in “System Grounding Procedures” section. (For details on the
Adapter Brackets, see the “Mounting a Baseplate to a 19” Rack” section earlier in this chapter.)
Nineteen-Inch rack-mounted PLC baseplates should be grounded according to the guidelines in
the “Baseplate Safety Grounding” section, using a separate ground wire from the PLC baseplate
as shown in the previous figure.
H
If using the Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket (IC693ACC313), the ground wire can be
installed as shown in Figure 2-11 with the ground attached to the Recessed Mount Adapter
Bracket. An additional ground wire connecting the Adapter Bracket to a solid chassis
ground on the 19” Rack should be installed. Use the same or equivalent hardware and
paint removal scheme as shown in the previous figure.
H
If using the Surface Mount Adapter Bracket (IC693ACC308), the ground wire should be
run from the baseplate as shown in Figure 2-11, to a solid chassis ground on the 19” Rack.
Use the same or equivalent hardware and paint removal scheme as shown in the previous
figure.
Programmer Grounding
For proper operation, a computer (programmer) running PLC software must have a ground
connection in common with the applicable baseplate when connecting to a CPU or intelligent
module such as a PCM or DSM. Normally, this common ground connection is provided by
ensuring that the programmer’s power cord is connected to the same power source (with the
same ground reference point) as the baseplate. If the programmer ground is at a different
potential than the PLC ground, a shock hazard could exist. Also, damage to the ports or
converter (if used) could occur when the programmer serial cable is connected between the two.
If it is not possible to ensure this common ground scheme, use a port isolator (IC690ACC903)
between the programmer and PLC serial port connection, and avoid touching the programmer
and PLC at the same time.
Warning
Failure to follow programmer grounding recommendations could result in
personal injury, equipment damage, or both.
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Module Shield Grounding
In general, the aluminum PLC baseplate is used for module shield grounding. On many Series
90-30 I/O modules, shield connections to the removable terminal block on the module are
routed to the baseplate through the module’s backplane connector. Other modules, such as
CPUs 351, 352, 363, and 364, require a separate shield ground. These modules come equipped
with suitable grounding hardware. Grounding instructions for these CPUs are discussed in the
Series 90–30 Installation and Hardware Manual, GFK–0356P (or later version).
Some of the Series 90-30 Option modules, such as the FIP Remote I/O Scanner
(IC693BEM330), and DSM modules (IC693DSM302 and IC693DSM314) also have shield
grounding requirements. These modules come equipped with suitable grounding hardware.
Please refer to each module’s user’s manual for grounding instructions.
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General Wiring Guidelines
Warning
In addition to the following wiring suggestions, we strongly urge that you
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. They are cited here as a reference. Where they are in conflict with codes that apply to
your area or your type of equipment, you should follow your applicable codes instead. Besides
satisfying code requirements, wire color coding makes testing and troubleshooting safer, faster,
and easier.
D
Green or green with stripe– Ground
D
Black – Primary AC
D
Red – Secondary AC
D
Blue – DC
D
White – Common or neutral
D
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.
Wire Routing
To reduce noise coupling among PLC wires, it is recommended you keep electrically noisy
wiring, such as AC power wiring and Discrete Output Module wiring, physically separated
from low-level signal wiring such as DC and Analog Input module wiring or communications
cables. This can be accomplished by grouping separately, where practical, the following
categories of wiring:
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D
AC power wiring. This includes the AC input to the PLC power supply, as well
as other AC devices in the control cabinet.
D
Analog Input or Output Module wiring. This should be shielded to further
reduce noise coupling. See Chapter 9 for details.
D
Discrete Output Module wiring. These often switch inductive loads that produce
noise spikes when switched off.
D
DC Input Module wiring. Although suppressed internally, these low-level inputs
should be further protected against noise coupling by observing these wiring
practices.
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D
Communications Cables. Wiring such as Genius Bus, Ethernet, or serial
communications 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 (parallel with) each other. Route them so that, if they have to cross, they
do so at a right angle. This will minimize coupling between them.
Grouping Modules to Keep Wires Segregated
If practical, grouping similar modules together in the PLC racks can help keep wiring
segregated. For example, one rack could contain only AC modules, and a different rack only
DC modules, with further grouping in each rack by input and output types. For smaller
systems, as an example, the left end of a rack could contain Analog modules, the middle could
contain DC modules, and the right end could contain AC modules.
Discrete I/O Module Connection Methods
D
For modules with 16 points or less, the standard method is to use the removable
terminal board which comes with these modules. The removable terminal board
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.
D
Some discrete 16-point I/O modules can be used with an optional Terminal Block
Quick Connect (TBQC) assembly. This assembly contains a module faceplate, with
built-in connector, that replaces the removeable terminal board. The assembly also
contains a DIN-rail mounted terminal block and a cable to connect the module to the
terminal block. The advantage of this method is that it saves about two hours of
wiring time per module compared with hand wiring from a module’s removable
terminal board to a user-supplied, panel-mounted terminal block or strip. See
Appendix D for TBQC information.
D
Older 32-point I/O modules have one 50-pin connector on the front of the module that
is either connected by a cable with a connector on each end to a Weidmuller
panel-mounted terminal block (Weidmuller catalog no. 912263), or is connected by a
cable with stripped, tinned leads to a user-supplied terminal block or strip.
D
Newer 32-point I/O modules have two 24-pin connectors on the front of the module.
These module may be wired in one of three ways. (1) Use a pair of cables
(IC693CBL327/328 – see data sheet in “Cables” chapter) to connect the module to a
user-supplied, panel-mounted terminal block or strip. These cables have a 24-pin
connector on one end, and stripped, tinned leads with wire markers on the other end.
(2) Use a pair of dual-connector cables to connect the module to a Terminal Block
Quick Connect (TBQC) terminal block (IC693ACC377). See Appendix D for details.
(3) Make your own custom cables (instructions are found in the IC693CBL327/328
data sheet in Appendix C).
Connections to I/O Module Terminal Boards
Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module terminal boards have either 10 or 20 screw terminals that will
accept from two AWG #22 (0.36 mm2) to two AWG #16 (1.3 mm2), or one AWG #14 (2.1
mm2) copper 90_C (194_F) wire(s). Each terminal can accept solid or stranded wires, but the
wires into any given terminal should be the same type (both solid or both stranded) to ensure a
good connection. Wires are routed to and from the terminals out of the bottom of the terminal
board cavity. The suggested torque for the I/O terminal board connection screws is from 9.6
in-lbs to 11.5 in-lbs (1.1 - 1.3 Newton-meters).
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For 24 volt DC input modules, an internal 24 volt power connection is provided on the terminal
board to supply a limited number of input devices. Also, a 24 volt DC output is available on
the power supply module’s terminal board to supply a limited number of output devices.
Terminal Block Quick Connect Installation for 16-Point Discrete Modules
The Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) Assembly is an option for certain Series 90-30 discrete
I/O modules. (See Appendix D to select the applicable TBQC components.) If using this option,
follow these installation steps:
H
Remove standard terminal board from module. This terminal board will not be used with
the TBQC components, so you may store it as a spare for other modules.
H
Install the IC693ACC334 TBQC faceplate (it has a 24-pin connector).
H
Mount the applicable TBQC terminal block. It has a 24-pin connector and a terminal strip,
and mounts on a standard 35 mm DIN-rail. Mount the terminal block close enough to the
PLC so the cable (see next step) will reach.
H
Connect a TBQC cable between the TBQC faceplate connector on the module and the
connector on the TBQC terminal block. Use one of the following cables:
H
Cable Catalog Number
Length
IC693CBL330
1.0 Meter
IC693CBL332
2.0 Meters
IC693CBL334
0.5 Meter
Wire I/O devices to the terminal block.
Installation of 32-Point (50-Pin Connector) Discrete Modules
These 50-Pin modules are an older design and are not generally used on new systems, unless to
fulfill standardization requirements. They are mainly used as replacements for existing
installations. For new installations, we recommend the dual 24-pin connector style modules
because they have additional features (LED indicators, TBQC terminal block IC693ACC337)
not found on the older modules, and it is easier to fabricate custom-length cables for them.
Installation information is provided here for the convenience of those still using these 50–pin
connector modules.
Using Weidmuller #912263 Terminal Block
Note: Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) components are not available for these modules,
but you may purchase a Weidmuller #912263 terminal block from a Weidmuller distributor for
this application. (For distributor information, visit the Weidmuller web site at
www.weidmuller.com). See figure on next page for an example installation.
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H
Mount the Weidmuller #912263 terminal block. It has a 50-pin female Honda connector
and a terminal strip, and mounts on a standard 35 mm DIN-rail. Mount the terminal block
close enough to the PLC so the cable (see next step) will reach.
H
Connect either an IC693CBL306 (3 feet/1 meter long) or an IC693CBL307 (6 feet/2 meters
long) cable between the module’s faceplate connector and the connector on the Weidmuller
terminal block. See Appendix C for cable data.
H
Wire I/O devices to the terminal block. See Chapters 5 (“Discrete Input Modules”) or
Chapter 6 (“Discrete Output Modules”) for pin-out information.
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Figure 2-13. 50-PIN I/O Module with Weidmuller #912263 Terminal Block
Using Generic Terminal Block or Strip
H
Mount terminal block/strip to the enclosure panel.
H
Connect an IC693CBL308 cable (3 feet/1 meter), an IC693CBL309 cable (6 feet/2 meters),
or a custom made cable, to the module’s faceplate connector and wire the stripped ends of
the cable to the terminal block/strip. See Appendix C for cable data.
H
Wire I/O devices to the terminal block/strip.
Direct Method
Connect an IC693CBL308 cable (3 feet/1 meter), an IC693CBL309 cable (6 feet/2 meters), or a
custom made cable, to the module’s faceplate connector and wire the stripped ends of the cable
directly to the field devices. See Appendix C for cable data. See the applicable chapter for
module pin-out information.
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Installation of 32-Point (Dual 24-Pin Connector) Discrete Modules
Using a TBQC
H
Mount two TBQC terminal blocks. Each has a 24-pin connector and a terminal strip, and
mounts on a standard 35 mm DIN-rail. Mount terminal blocks close enough to the PLC so
the cable (see next step) will reach.
H
Connect a pair of TBQC cables (IC693CBL329 – 334) between the module’s faceplate
connector and the connectors on the two TBQC terminal blocks. Note that both a right side
and left side cable is required. TBQC cables come in several lengths. See Appendix D for
a cable list.
H
Wire I/O devices to the terminal blocks. See the applicable chapter for pin-out
information.
With a Generic Terminal Block/Strip
H
Mount terminal block/strip to the enclosure panel.
H
Connect the IC693CBL327/328 cables, or custom made cables, to the module’s faceplate
connectors, and wire the stripped ends of the cables to the terminal block/strip. Note that
both a right side (IC693CBL328) and left side (IC693CBL327) cable is required. See
Appendix C for cable data sheets.
H
Wire I/O devices to the terminal block/strip. See the applicable chapter for module pin-out
information.
Direct Method
Connect the IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328 cables (both are required), or custom made
cables, to the module’s faceplate connectors, and wire the stripped ends of the cables directly to
the field devices. See Appendix C for cable data. See the applicable chapter for module
pin-out information.
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Terminal Block Selection Guide for Discrete I/O Modules
This section shows how to select terminal blocks and related components for three catagories of
discrete I/O modules:
1.
32–point input or output modules with a single 50–pin connector.
2.
16–point input or output modules with standard terminal boards.
3.
32–point input or output modules with two 24–pin connectors.
1. Applying a Terminal Block to 32–Point, 50–Pin Connector I/O Modules
NOTE: These modules cannot use Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) components.
2
1
50
3
1
Procedure
The step numbers in the following procedure correspond to the numbers in the figure above.
See Appendix C for cable data sheets.
1.
Select a 32–point discrete I/O module with a 50–pin connector. There are four GE Fanuc
modules in this category: IC693MDL652, IC693MDL653, IC693MDL750, and
IC693MDL751.
2.
Select a cable from the following table:
3.
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Cable Catalog Number
Length
IC693CBL306
1.0 Meter
IC693CBL307
2.0 Meters
Purchase a Wiedemuller #912263 terminal block from your electronics distributor. GE
Fanuc does not sell this terminal block.
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2. Applying TBQC Components to 16–Point Discrete I/O Modules
F
1
2
3
2
4
1
20
19
Procedure
The step numbers in this procedure refer to the numbers in the figure. See Appendix D for
Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) details and Appendix C for cable data sheets.
1.
Select a 16–point discrete I/O module (see module list in table below).
2.
Remove the terminal board from the module and attach an IC693ACC334 TBQC faceplate.
3.
Select a cable from following table:
4.
Cable Catalog Number
Length
IC693CBL330
1.0 Meter
IC693CBL332
2.0 Meters
IC693CBL334
0.5 Meter
Select the TBQC terminal block for your I/O module from following table:
Terminal Block
Use With
Catalog Number These Modules
IC693ACC3291
Module
Description
IC693MDL240
IC693MDL645
IC693MDL646
IC693MDL740
Input, 120 VAC – 16 points
Input, 24 VDC Pos./Neg Logic– 16 points
Input, 24 VDC Pos./Neg, Logic – 16 points
Output, 12/24 VDC Pos Logic, 0.5A – 16 points
IC693MDL742
Output, 12/24 VDC Pos Logic ESCP, 1A– 16 points
IC693ACC331
IC693MDL741
Output, 12/24 VDC Neg Logic, 0.5A– 16 points
IC693ACC332
IC693MDL940
Output, Relay, N.O. – 16 points
IC693ACC333
IC693MDL340
Output, 120 VAC, 0.5A – 16 points
IC693ACC330
1 Terminal Block IC693ACC329 may be used with most discrete I/O modules that have up to 16 I/O points
(cannot be used with 32 point modules). Jumpers may have to be added; see module specs. for wiring details.
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3. Applying TBQC Components to 32–Point, Dual 24–Pin Connector I/O
Modules
1
2
3
2
20
1
2
19
20
1
4
19
4
Procedure
The step numbers below refer to numbers in the figure above. See Appendix D for additional
Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) details and Appendix C for cable data sheets.
1.
Select a 32–point I/O module with dual 24–pin connectors. There are four GE Fanuc
modules in this category: IC693MDL654, IC693MDL655, IC693MDL752, and
IC693MDL753.
2.
Select a left–side cable from the following table:*
3.
4.
Left–Side Cable Catalog Number
Length
IC693CBL329
1.0 Meter
IC693CBL331
2.0 Meters
IC693CBL333
0.5 Meter
Select a right–side cable from the following table:*
Right–Side Cable Catalog Number
Length
IC693CBL330
1.0 Meter
IC693CBL332
2.0 Meters
IC693CBL334
0.5 Meter
Use two TBQC terminal blocks. (The only choice is catalog number IC693ACC337.)
* Note: You can purchase a cable kit that includes both cables. See Appendix D for details.
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General Wiring Methods for Analog Modules
Twisted, shielded instrumentation cable is strongly recommended for analog module input or
output signal connections. Proper grounding of the shield is also important. For maximum
electrical noise suppression, the cable shield should only be grounded at one end of the cable.
For Input modules, it is generally preferable to ground the end that is in the noisiest
environment (usually the field device end). For Output modules, ground at the module end.
See Chapters 10 (Analog Input), 11 (Analog Output), and 12 (Analog Combination) for
additional wiring information for specific modules.
Connections to an Analog module from user devices are made to screw terminals on a
removable 20-terminal connector block mounted on the front of the module. Actual terminals
used are shown in the specifications for the individual modules.
General Analog Input Wiring Methods
The following methods are, for most applications, the preferred methods. However, in some
applications, alternate methods may be used successfully. The examples shown later in this
section discuss and illustrate a variety of possible wiring arrangements.
Using a Terminal Strip
H
Mount a terminal strip inside the control enclosure and run a shielded cable from the
terminal strip to each input circuit on the module’s terminal board terminals.
H
Connect each cable’s shield to one point on the metal panel next to the terminal strip.
When attaching to a painted surface, first remove the paint around the tapped hole and use
an appropriate ring terminal, machine screw, lockwasher and flat washer. Do do not
connect the shields at the module end (cut shield off at module end of cable and insulate
with shrink tubing).
H
Wire the field device to the terminal strip with a shielded cable, grounding the shield at the
device end only (cut shield off at terminal strip end of cable and insulate with shrink
tubing). If attaching shields to a painted surface, first remove the paint around the
connection. Also, keep the length of exposed (outside of shield) leads at the terminal strip
and device ends as short as possible.
Direct Method
H
Run a shielded cable from the field device (transducer, potentiometer, etc.) directly to the
module.
H
Connect the conductors to the applicable screws on the module’s terminal board.
H
Ground the shield at the field device end, exposing a minimum amount of conductor to the
noisy environment. If attaching shields to a painted surface, first remove the paint around
the tapped hole and use an appropriate ring terminal, machine screw, lockwasher and flat
washer. Do not connect the shield at the module end (cut shield off at module end of cable
and insulate with shrink tubing).
TBQC Not Recommended for Analog Modules
The Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) Assembly is not recommended for use with analog
modules due to cable shielding requirements.
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Analog Input Module Wiring Methods for Noise Suppression
Correcting electrical noise problems can sometimes be a trial-and-error routine. In
troubleshooting noise problems, sometimes it is beneficial to experiment with the shield ground
point location. However, in general, it is usually best to ground the analog input cable shields
as close to the source of the noise as possible, which is usually at the device (analog source)
end. Cable shield should be grounded at one end only. Also, it is best to keep the length of
stripped cable leads as short as possible to minimize the length of unshielded conductors that
will be exposed to the noisy environment.
Shielding for Analog Input Modules
Generally, the shield for analog input cables should be grounded at the analog source, as shown
in the next figure. However, ground connections for each channel, labeled COM and GND, on
the terminal board are provided for connecting shields at the analog input module if
appropriate. An analog input module’s COM terminals connect to the analog circuit common
in the module. The GND terminals connect to the baseplate (frame ground). The shields may
be connected to either COM or GND.
Technological advances used in electronic circuit design are often aimed at making equipment
smaller, faster, and more sensitive. This effort increases the concern for electrical noise.
Therefore, shielding and grounding are important when installing a Series 90-30 PLC system.
It is impossible to provide a practical installaton guide that covers all possible application designs.
Sometimes, experimentation with different grounding methods under actual operating conditions is
required to achieve maximum noise rejection. However, this section discusses four shield
grounding examples for analog input modules that have proven effective for most cases.
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Analog Input Shield Grounding Example One
For an unbalanced source, the ground shield should be connected to the source common or ground
at the source end. If all of the source inputs to this module come from the same location and are
referenced to the same common, all shield grounds should be connected to the same physical
ground point. If using a terminal strip between the analog input module and the field devices
(analog sources), use the method in the following figure for “continuing” each cable shield
using a terminal on the terminal strip. Note that each cable is only grounded at one end – the
end closer to the field devices (analog sources). Shield connections are shown in bold in the next
figure.
Terminal Strip
ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
Connection
to Frame
Ground
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SOURCE
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Figure 2-14. Analog Input Shield Grounding when Terminal Strip is Used
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Analog Input Shield Grounding Example Two – Common
Connection
In some applications, improved noise rejection can be obtained by connecting the source common
points together at the source end, and then connecting a common line to the module at only one
module COM terminal. This scheme will eliminate multiple grounding or ground loops that could
cause false input data. In the following figure, the common connections just described are drawn in
bold lines.
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SOURCE
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INPUT
MODULE
COM
ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
Figure 2-15. Analog Input Connections to Common Conductors
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Analog Input Shield Grounding Example Three
It is usually preferable to ground cable shields at the source end. However, in cases where this may
be difficult or in environments where electrical noise is not a major problem, it may be acceptable
to ground cable shields at the analog input module end. In this case, you would connect them to
one of the module’s GND terminal screws (which is connected to frame ground through an internal
PLC path). This cable grounding method is shown in the next figure in bold lines.
ANALOG
SOURCE
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INPUT
MODULE
ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
GND
Figure 2-16. Shields Connected to Analog Input Module Terminal Board
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Analog Input Shield Grounding Example Four
If using the method in the previous example, you may need to improve noise immunity. To
accomplish this, a conductor may be used to connect the applicable ground terminal on the
module’s terminal board to earth ground. This additional connection will bypass noise around
the module. The next figure shows the same shield grounding scheme as in the previous figure,
but with the addion of the external ground connection just described, shown with bold lines.
ANALOG
SOURCE
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INPUT
MODULE
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ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
ANALOG
SOURCE
GND
Ground Conductor
Earth Ground
Figure 2-17. Analog Input Module External Earth Ground Connection
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Wiring Diagrams for Current Transducers
+
AC/DC
4WT
–
Ground the Cable Shield at
Field Device End Only
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+
–
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COM
Note 1
C
GND
Note 2
G
NOTES:
1. Connect (–) conductor to Analog Input Module COM terminal, if the source is
floating, to limit common–mode voltages. Note that common mode voltage is
limited to 11 volts.
2. If inaccurate readings persist due to noise, the (–) conductor may also be
connected to the Analog Input Module GND terminal.
Analog Input
Module
Figure 2-18. 4–Wire Transducer, Externally Powered via AC or DC Supply
+
+ 2WT –
PS
–
Ground the Cable Shield at
Field Device End Only
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+
–
COM
Note 1
C
GND
Note 2
G
NOTES:
1. Connect (–) conductor to Analog Input Module COM terminal, if the source is
floating, to limit common–mode voltages. Note that common mode voltage is
limited to 11 volts.
2. If inaccurate readings persist due to noise, the (–) conductor may also be
connected to the Analog Input Module GND terminal.
Analog Input
Module
Figure 2-19. 2–Wire Transducer, Externally Powered via DC Supply
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PS
+
+
–
–
3WT Out
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Ground the Cable Shield at
Field Device End Only
+
–
COM
Note 1
C
GND
Note 2
G
NOTES:
1. If the source is floating, connect (–) conductor to Analog Input Module COM
terminal to limit common–mode voltages. Note that common mode voltage is
limited to 11 volts.
Analog Input
Module
2. If inaccurate readings persist due to noise, the (–) conductor may also be
connected to the Analog Input Module GND terminal.
Figure 2-20. 3–Wire Transducer, Externally Powered via DC Supply
+
2WT
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–
Ground the Cable Shield at
Field Device End Only
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+
–
Î
COM
Note 1
C
GND
Note 2
G
NOTES:
1. If the source is floating, connect (–) conductor to Analog Input Module COM
terminal to limit common–mode voltages. Note that common mode voltage is
limited to 11 volts.
Analog Input
Module
2. If inaccurate readings persist due to noise, the (–) conductor may also be
connected to the Analog Input Module GND terminal.
Figure 2-21. 2–Wire Transducer, Self Powered
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+
+ 2WT –
+
Current
Sensing
Device
–
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+
PS
–
Ground the Cable Shield at
Field Device End Only
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–
COM
Note 1
C
GND
Note 2
G
NOTES:
1. If the source is floating, connect (–) conductor to Analog Input Module COM
terminal to limit common–mode voltages. Note that common–mode voltage is
limited to 11 volts.
Analog Input
Module
2. If inaccurate readings persist due to noise, the (–) conductor may also be
connected to the Analog Input Module GND terminal.
CAUTION: The Analog Input Module must be the last device in the circuit. When
grounding the (–) return side of the Analog Input Module, the other current sensing
device must be floating and able to withstand a common mode voltage of at least 10
volts, including the noise level.
Figure 2-22. 2–Wire Transducer Connected to Two Measuring Devices
Verifying Analog Input Current
Series 90–30 Analog Current Input Modules have an internal 250 ohm resistor across the input
terminals. You can measure the voltage across the input terminals using a volt meter, then use
Ohm’s Law to determine the input current:
Input Current (in Amps) = Volts / 250
For example, if you measured 3 volts across the input terminals:
Input Current (in Amps) = Volts / 250
Input Current (in Amps) = 3/250
Input Current (in Amps) = .012 (which equals 12 mA)
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Analog Output Module Wiring
General Analog Output Wiring Methods
Each output should be connected using a good quality shielded wire with the cable shield
grounded at the module end. See Chapter 9 for more information.
Using Generic Terminal Block or Strip
H
Mount a terminal strip inside the control enclosure and run a shielded cable from the
terminal strip to each output circuit on the module’s terminal board terminals.
H
Ground each cable’s shield at the module end to a single GND terminal on the module’s
terminal board. Connect each cable shield to its own terminal on the terminal strip.
H
Wire the field device to the terminal strip with shielded cables, connecting each shield to
the terminal that has the corresponding shield for the cable that connects to the module
terminal board. Using this arrangement, the shields are “carried through” the terminal
strip. (This is illustrated in the section “ Analog Output Shield Grounding Example
Three.”) Also, keep the length of exposed (outside of shield) leads at the terminal strip and
device ends as short as possible.
Direct Method
H
Run a shielded cable from each field device (transducer, potentiometer, etc.) directly to the
module.
H
Connect the conductors to the applicable screws on the module’s terminal board.
H
Ground the shield at the module end only, exposing a minimum amount of conductor to the
noisy environment. Do not connect the shield at the device end (cut shield off at device
end of cable and insulate with shrink tubing).
TBQC Not Recommended for Analog Modules
The Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) Assembly is not recommended for use with analog
modules due to cable shielding requirements.
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Analog Output Shield Grounding Example One
For analog output modules, the shield is normally grounded at only the source end (the module)
as shown in Figure 3-9. The GND connection provides access to the baseplate (frame ground)
resulting in superior rejection of noise caused by any shield drain currents. In extreme noise
environments, you can connect a ground braid from the GND terminal to an external earth
ground to bypass noise around the module (see “Analog Output Shield Grounding Example
Two”).
USER
LOAD
USER
LOAD
Î Î
OUT
COM
Î
Î Î
OUT
COM
Shield
Connected
at Module
end Only
GND
Analog Output
Module
Figure 2-23. Shield Connections for Analog Output Modules
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Analog Output Shield Grounding Example Two
This method uses the same scheme as the previous suggestion, but with the addition of an
external ground connection to help channel noise around the module.
USER
LOAD
USER
LOAD
Î Î
OUT
COM
Î
Î Î
OUT
COM
Shields
Connected
at Module
end Only
GND
Analog Output
Module
Ground Conductor
Earth Ground
Figure 2-24. Analog Output Module with External Earth Ground Connection
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Analog Output Shield Grounding Example Three
If using a terminal strip between the analog output module and the field devices (user loads),
use the method in the following figure for grounding the cable shields. Note that each cable is
only grounded at one end – the end closer to the Analog Output Module. An optional external
ground connection to the output module’s GND terminal is shown for installations that require
extra noise suppression.
PLC Enclosure
Î Î
Terminal Strip
Î
Î
USER
LOAD
USER
LOAD
OUT
COM
Î
Î
Î Î
Î
Î
OUT
COM
Optional
Ground
Connection
GND
Shields Connected at
Module end Only
Analog Output
Module
Earth
Ground
Figure 2-25. Analog Output Shield Grounding when Terminal Strip is Used
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AC Power Source Connections
AC Input Wiring to AC/DC Power Supplies
Warning
If the same AC power source is used to provide AC power to other baseplates in
a Series 90-30 PLC System, ensure that all AC input connections are identical at
each rack. Do not cross Line 1 (L1) and Line 2 (L2). A resulting difference in
potential can injure personnel or cause damage to equipment. Each baseplate
must be connected to a common ground.
Ensure that the protective cover is installed over all terminal boards. During
normal operation with an AC power source either 120 VAC or 240 VAC is
present on the AC Power Supply. The cover protects against accidental shock
hazard which could cause severe or fatal injury to the operator or maintenance
personnel.
Both the Standard (IC693PWR321) and High Capacity (IC693PWR330) AC/DC power supplies
currently have six terminals for user connections. Early versions of some Series 90-30 power
supplies had five terminals (see next figure). The wiring methods for both five-terminal and
six-terminal types is similar, except that step 3 below does not apply to the five-terminal type.
The power supply terminal boards will accept one AWG #14 (2.1 mm2) or two AWG #16 (1.3
mm2) copper 75_ C (167_ F) wires. Each terminal can accept solid or stranded wires, but the
wires in any given terminal should be the same type. The suggested torque for the power
supply terminal board is 12 in-lbs (1.36 Newton-meters). Open the door protecting the
terminal board and make the following connections from the AC power source, and ground
connections (system grounding requirements are described in detail later in this chapter).
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1.
These are wide range supplies that can operate from an AC power source within the
nominal range of 100 VAC to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz. This may vary –15% to +10% for a
total maximum range of 85 VAC to 264 VAC. These are auto-ranging supplies that do not
require jumper or switch settings for selection of power source voltage.
2.
Connect the hot and neutral wires or lines L1 and L2 to the upper two terminals on the
terminal board. Connect the safety ground wire to the ground terminal, which is the third
terminal from the top, and is marked with a ground symbol.
3.
For power supplies with six terminals, the factory jumper between the 3rd and 4th
terminals (see figure below), should be left in place for normal installations. However, this
jumper must be removed and external surge suppressors installed in installations with a
“Floating Neutral” input. Please see the section “Special Instructions for Floating Neutral
(IT) Systems” later in this chapter for details.
4.
After all connections to Power Supply terminal board have been completed, the protective
cover plate should be carefully reinstalled.
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INPUT
INPUT
100–240 VAC
100–240 VAC
50/60HZ 90VA
50/60HZ 90VA
Input Power
Input Power
125 VDC, 50W
125 VDC, 50W
Factory Jumper
+
24 VDC Output
For I/O Modules
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
+
24 VDC Output
For I/O Modules
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
Six-Terminal Board
Five-Terminal Board
Figure 2-26. Power Supply Terminal Boards
Power Supply Overvoltage Protection Devices
On power supplies with six–terminal boards, the overvoltage protection devices are connected
internally to pin 4 of the terminal board. This pin is normally connected to frame ground (pin 3)
with the supplied jumper strap which is installed at the factory. If overvoltage protection is not
required or is supplied upstream, this feature can be disabled by removing the jumper strap. Also,
this jumper must be removed and external surge suppressors installed in installations with a
“Floating Neutral” input (please see the following section “Special Instructions for Floating
Neutral (IT) Systems”).
If you want to Hi-pot test this supply, overvoltage protection must be disabled during the test by
removing the terminal board jumper strap. Re-enable overvoltage protection after testing by
reinstalling the strap.
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2
Jumper Strap Connects
Overvoltage Protection
Devices to Frame Ground
3
Frame Ground
4
Screw Terminals on Terminal Board
Figure 2-27. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap
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Special Installation Instructions for Floating Neutral (IT)
Systems
When the AC input power supplies listed below are installed in a system where the Neutral line
is not connected to Protective Earth Ground, these special installation instructions must be
followed to prevent damage to the power supply.
IC693PWR321S (or later version)
IC693PWR330A (or later version)
Definition of Floating Neutral Systems
A Floating Neutral System is a system of power distribution wiring where Neutral and Protective
Earth Ground are not tied together by a negligible impedance. In Europe this is referred to as an
IT system (see IEC950). In a Floating Neutral System, voltages measured from input terminals to
protective earth ground may exceed the 264 Volts AC maximum input voltage specified in the
power supply specifications in this manual.
Example of Floating Neutral System
L1
N
PE
This system must be installed using the special installation instructions on the following page.
Systems in which one leg of the power distribution wiring is tied to Protective Earth or a tap
between two legs of the power distribution wiring is tied to Protective Earth are not Floating
Neutral Systems.
Examples of Non-Floating Neutral System
L1
L
L1
N
N/PE
L2
PE
PE
These non-floating neutral systems do not require these special installation instructions.
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Use These Special Installation Instructions for Floating Neutral Systems
1.
The input power terminals should be wired according to the instructions in the “AC Power
Source Connections” section of this chapter.
2.
The factory installed jumper between terminals 3 and 4 of the Power Supply module must
be removed if using one of the Power Supplies that have this feature. See the “Overvoltage
Protection Devices” section of the “Power Supplies” chapter for details.
3.
Voltage surge protection devices, such as MOVs, MUST be installed between the following
terminals:
H
From L1 to earth ground
H
From L2 (Neutral) to earth ground
The voltage protection devices must be rated such that the system is protected from power line
transients that exceed the level calculated in the following formula:
Line voltage + 100V +(N–PE)MAX.
The expression (N–PE)MAX refers to the maximum voltage potential between neutral and
Protective Earth (PE) ground.
For example, in a 240 Volt AC system with neutral floating a maximum of 50V above earth
ground, the transient protection should be rated at:
240V + 100V + (50V) = 390V
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DC Power Source Connections
DC Input Wiring to all Series 90–30 Power Supplies
All Series 90-30 power supplies have DC input capabilities. The following connection
information applies to all of them:
Connect the + wire from the power source to the top terminal on the terminal board, and
connect the – wire to the second terminal (from the top). Connect the third terminal from the
top to system ground. See the examples in the following figure:
30W POWER SUPPLY
30W POWER SUPPLY
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
INPUT
INPUT
DC Input
100–240 VAC
+
–
DC Input
50/60HZ 90VA
125 VDC, 50W
+
–
100–240 VAC
50/60HZ 90VA
125 VDC, 50W
System Ground
System Ground
Factory Jumper
+
24 VDC Output
For I/O Modules
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
24 VDC Output
For I/O Modules
Six-Terminal Board
Five-Terminal Board
Figure 2-28. DC Input Wiring Examples
+24 VDC Output (All Supplies)
The bottom two terminals are connected to the isolated 24 volt DC output that can be used to
supply power to input/output circuits (within power limitations of the supply).
Warning
If the same DC input power source is used to provide power to two or more
power supplies in a Series 90-30 PLC System, ensure that connection
polarity is identical at each rack (top terminal + and second terminal –). Do
not cross the Positive (+) and Negative (–) lines. A resulting difference in
potential can cause injury to personnel and damage to equipment. Also, each
baseplate must be connected to a common system ground, described earlier
in this chapter.
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Basic Installation Procedure
The system design, which includes producing the layout and wiring drawings, should be
completed before beginning the installation procedure. This section offers a basic step-by-step
approach to installing a Series 90-30 PLC system. Some steps refer to earlier sections of this
chapter for additional details. An attempt was made to place the steps in an order that will
make the process as efficient as possible. However, due to the wide variance in system designs,
this order may not be the most efficient for your system, so you may wish modify this
procedure to fit your needs.
1.
Gather the schematics, layouts, prints, and other information for the job.
Warning
To avoid the possibility of electrical shock to personnel or damage to your
PLC, we recommend that you shut off all power to the system before
mounting and wiring the PLC. Also, keep all electronic components away
from the area while drilling and tapping to keep metal chips and filings
out of these sensitive components.
2.
From the layout drawing, determine where the baseplate(s) will be mounted. Lay out the
hole locations, either using the dimensions given on your layout drawing or from the
“Baseplates” chapter of this manual.
3.
Mark the hole location for the baseplate safety ground wire (see “Baseplate Safety Ground”
in this chapter).
4.
Mark the hole locations for module shield ground connections (if any). See the section
“Module Shield Ground” in this chapter for instructions.
5.
Finish marking hole locations for the rest of the system. This includes any terminal blocks
you will be using. DIN-rail mounted terminal blocks for some of the 32-point I/O modules
are manufactured by Weidmuller. DIN-rail mounted GE Fanuc Terminal Block Quick
Connect (TBQC) assemblies are optional for some of the 16-point and 32-point discrete I/O
modules. If using these TBQCs, refer to Appendix D for data. Also, APM and DSM
modules use optional DIN-rail mounted terminal blocks.
Note
We recommend drilling and tapping all holes before mounting any
components. This will avoid getting chips and filings in the components.
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6.
Drill and tap the marked holes. For baseplate mounting, holes should be 8-32 or 4mm size.
7.
Mount the baseplates using 8-32 x 1/2 inch or 4 x 12mm size screws. Always use good
quality (corrosion resistant) mounting hardware. We recommend using star lock washers
and flat washers under the screw heads (star lock washer should be located between screw
head and flat washer) to ensure a tight baseplate ground connection, and to keep the screws
from loosening. Connect each baseplate ground wire as shown in the “Baseplate Safety
Ground” section of this chapter.
8.
If you have Expansion or Remote racks, determine the correct rack number for each one,
then set the rack numbers using the Rack Number Selection DIP switch on the baseplate.
Please refer to the “Baseplates” chapter for details on setting these DIP switches. Rack
numbers should be assigned by the system programmer because they correspond to system
configuration settings and program memory addressing.
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9.
If you have more than one baseplate (rack), interconnect the baseplates with I/O Bus
Expansion Cables. These connect between the I/O Bus Expansion Connectors, which are
located on the right end of the baseplates. These cables are connected in a “daisy-chain”
arrangement from one baseplate to the other. This is made possible by the fact that the
cables have a dual connector on one end. Therefore, when the cable is plugged into an I/O
Bus Expansion connector, the second connector on that end of the cable provides a socket
for connecting to the next cable. The data sheet for the I/O Bus Expansion cables
(IC693CBL300 etc.) in Appendix C has sample wiring figures.
10. On the last I/O Bus Expansion Connector, plug in an I/O Bus Expansion Terminator,
Catalog Number IC693ACC307 (unless using a cable with built-in terminator resistors,
which would either be GE Fanuc cable IC693CBL302, IC693CBL314, or your own
custom-built cable with built–in resistors).
11. Install the modules in their correct slots using your system layout drawings. (The label on
the side of each module identifies the module type and catalog number.) Refer to the
section “Installing Modules” if you are not familiar with how to do this.
12. Connect cables to Option modules. Route cables away from noise-producing wires. See
the ”Wire Routing” section of this chapter.
13. Be sure to follow the information in the “General Wiring Guidelines” section of this
chapter to protect the system from electrical noise. Use the applicable wire color–coding
scheme referred to in that section. Install the power wires to the Power Supply and I/O
modules:
D
I/O modules with removeable terminal boards. You can wire the terminal boards
in-place on the modules or remove them from the modules before wiring. Although
removing them may help make wiring easier (a previous section “Working with
Removeable Terminal Boards” shows how to remove a terminal board), care should be
taken to avoid mixing them up and installing them on the wrong module (each
terminal board has the catalog number of the module printed on it, and the hinged
cover has a wiring diagram for that module type). If you are using wire duct, routing
each module’s wires through the opening in the duct directly under the module will
help to keep each terminal board in its correct position and thus avoid its being
installed on the wrong module.
D
I/O Modules with terminal blocks. Some modules may use optional terminal blocks
that mount to the enclosure panel. This includes all 32-point modules and, can include
other I/O modules if they are fitted with the optional Terminal Block Quick Connect
Assembly. Connect the terminal blocks to the connectors on the modules with the
correct cables.
14. Connect the signal (switches, sensors, solenoids, etc.) wires to the terminal boards, or
terminal blocks/strips. (If wiring to module terminal boards, these can be removed for ease
of wiring if desired. See the section “Removing a Module’s Terminal Board” in this
chapter.)
15. When finished wiring any I/O terminal boards (if you removed them from the I/O modules
for ease of wiring), re-install them on the modules, being careful to match each one with
the correct module.
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Baseplate Types
A baseplate is composed of three main parts: (1) a circuit board mounted to (2) a metal
back-plate with (3) a plastic cover. The circuit board, called the ”backplane,” contains sockets
for plug-in modules. The metal back-plate has four holes for mounting the baseplate, and
retainer slots for mounting the modules. The plastic cover provides protection for the circuit
board, slotted holes for the module connectors and retainers, and printed labels such as the
baseplate description, serial number, and slot number labels. There are three basic types of
baseplates discussed in this chapter:
D
CPU
D
Expansion
D
Remote
Common Baseplate Features Illustrated
The callouts in the following picture show the items that are common to all Series 90-30
baseplates. Note that a modular CPU baseplate is shown.
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3-1
3
10
1
9
2
2
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
3
BASE 5–SLOT
CAUTION
E
X
P
A
N
NON-CPU SLOTS
USER PROGRAM
AND REGISTER
VALUES MAY BE
LOST IF POWER
SUPPLY IS
REMOVED FOR
LONGER THAN
1 HOUR
S
I
C
O
N
P
U
4
CPU/1
POWER
SUPPLY
I/O-2
I/O-3
I/O-4
4
I/O-5
5
6
1
7
8
1.
2.
3.
4.
Module retainers
Upper mounting holes
Baseplate description
Lower mounting holes. The plastic cover is slotted at these two holes to facilitate a ground
connection. See the “Baseplate Safety Grounding” section of the “General Installation
Guidelines” chapter for ground connection details.
5. Backplane connector for Power Supply
6. Serial number label
7. Backplane connectors for I/O or Option modules (slots 2–4) . Note that the slot labeled
CPU/1 is the backplane connector for a CPU module; however, on Embedded CPU,
Expansion, and Remote baseplates, this would be another I/O or Option module slot.
8. Slot labels. May show just the slot number, or may show type (CPU or I/O) and number.
9. Compliance label
10. Catalog number and certification (UL, CE, etc.) label. On an Embedded CPU baseplate,
this label will be located between Slots 4 and 5.
Figure 3-1. Common Baseplate Features
Two Baseplate Sizes
Series 90-30 baseplates come in two sizes: 5-slot and 10-slot. Be aware that the Power Supply
slot is not numbered, and it is not considered to be one of the 5 or 10 slots. So a 5-slot
baseplate has slots for a Power Supply and five other modules, and a 10-slot baseplate has slots
for a Power Supply and ten other modules.
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Baseplate Terms Explained
Backplane: Refers to the circuit board in the baseplate. It contains the baseplate circuitry and
sockets for the plug-in modules.
Rack: This term applies to an assembly consisting of a baseplate, power supply, and other
modules.
Rack Number: In systems that require more than one rack, each rack is given its own unique
number, which enables the CPU to distinguish one rack from another.
Slot Number: Each module location (called a ”slot”) on a baseplate has a unique number
(except for the unnumbered left slot which is for the Power Supply). The slot to the right of the
Power Supply slot is always called Slot 1. These slot numbers are marked on the baseplate’s
plastic cover. Each slot has a connector for module connections and top and bottom retainers
for holding the module in place.
Module Location: Since each rack is assigned a unique number, and since each slot in a rack’s
baseplate has a unique slot number, each individual module’s location in a system can be
identified by its rack and slot numbers. For example, a module could be referred to as ”the
module in Rack 1, Slot 4.” This numbering method enables the CPU to correctly read from and
write to a particular module, and report the location of a faulted module.
CPU Baseplate: A baseplate that either has a CPU built-in to its backplane circuit board
(embedded CPU) or one that has a slot for a plug-in CPU module (modular CPU). There can
only be one CPU baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system and it will always be called Rack 0
(zero). A CPU module can only mount in Slot 1 of a CPU baseplate. A special Option
module, such as the FIP Remote I/O Scanner module (IC693BEM330) can also be used in Slot
1 of a CPU baseplate. I/O, Power Supply, and most Option modules cannot fit in a CPU slot.
Expansion Baseplate: One that does not contain a CPU and which can be mounted up to 50
cable-feet from the CPU baseplate. An Expansion baseplate cannot operate on its own. It must
be used in a system that has a controlling CPU.
Remote Baseplate: One that does not contain a CPU and which can be mounted up to 700
cable-feet from the CPU baseplate. A remote baseplate cannot operate on its own. It must be
used in a system that has a controlling CPU.
Power Supply Slot: Each baseplate must contain its own Power Supply module, which must
mount in the Power Supply slot. It is the slot located on the left end of the baseplate, it is not
numbered, and it has a unique size and shape so that only a Power Supply module can mount in
it.
Note
Attempts to force a module into an improper slot type will result in
damage to the module and/or the baseplate. Modules will mount in the
correct slot type easily and with a minimum of force.
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CPU Baseplates
There are two basic kinds of CPU baseplates, embedded and modular. The embedded types
fulfill the need for a good low cost PLC, but lack the power, expandability, and versatility of the
modular systems.
Embedded CPU Baseplate: This type has CPU and memory integrated circuit chips soldered
to its backplane circuit board.
Modular CPU Baseplate: This type does not have CPU and memory chips on its backplane.
Instead, it has a connector in Slot 1 for a plug-in CPU module which contains the CPU and
memory chips on an internal circuit board.
Embedded CPU Baseplates (Figures 3-2 and 3-3)
There are three models of embedded baseplates, the 311, 313, and 323. These model numbers
are based upon the CPU type that each contains. This chapter discusses only the baseplate
features of these products. CPU specifications for the embedded CPU are located in Chapter 4.
The embedded CPU baseplates have the following features:
3-4
D
The CPU type cannot be changed.
D
They do not support the use of expansion or remote racks, so these racks do not
have an expansion connector like the modular CPU baseplates do.
D
The models 311 and 313 are 5-slot baseplates, and the model 323 is a 10-slot
baseplate.
D
Since they do not require a plug-in CPU module, all numbered slots, including
Slot 1, can be used for I/O or Option modules.
D
The memory back-up battery is located in the Power Supply module; so if the
Power Supply is unplugged from the baseplate, the battery will be disconnected
from the memory circuits, which are located on the backplane circuit board.
However, the backplane circuit board contains a high value capacitor, sometimes
called a ”super capacitor,” that can store enough charge to maintain the memory
circuits for about 1 hour if the Power Supply is removed or its battery is
disconnected. For additional details on this subject, please see Chapter 6 of the
Series 90–30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual, GFK–0356P (or later
version).
D
There are no configuration switches or jumpers on the Model 311, 313, or 323
baseplates.
D
An embedded CPU baseplate is always assigned, by default, Rack Number Zero
(0).
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Socket for Optional Program PROM
Replaceable System (firmware) PROM
SYSTEM
PROM
PROGRAM
PROM
1
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
Description Label
Says ”With CPU”
BASE 5-SLOT
WITH CPU
CAUTION
NON-CPU SLOTS
USER PROGRAM
AND REGISTER
VALUES MAY BE
LOST IF POWER
SUPPLY IS
REMOVED FOR
LONGER THAN
1 HOUR
Memory Backup
Warning Label
POWER
SUPPLY
C
I/O-1
P
U
I/O-2
I/O-3
I/O-4
I/O-5
Figure 3-2. IC693CPU311 and IC693CPU313 5-Slot Embedded CPU Baseplates
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PROGRAM
PROM
SYSTEM
PROM
1
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 10–SLOT
WITH CPU
CAUTION
USER PROGRAM
AND REGISTER
VALUES MAY BE
LOST IF POWER
SUPPLY IS
REMOVED FOR
LONGER THAN
1 HOUR.
POWER
SUPPLY
NON-CPU SLOTS
NON-CPU SLOTS
C
I/O-1
P
U
I/O-2
I/O-3
I/O-4
I/O-5
I/O-6
I/O-7
I/O-8
I/O-9
I/O-10
Figure 3-3. IC693CPU323 10-slot Embedded CPU Baseplate
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Modular CPU Baseplates (Figures 3-4 and 3-5)
D
A Power Supply module must be plugged into the left slot (which is not
numbered) of these baseplates. The left slot is a unique size and type that only
supports a Power Supply module.
D
A CPU module (or a special Option module) must be installed in Slot 1 of these
baseplates. Slot 1 is a unique size and type that only supports a CPU module or a
special Option module like the FIP Remote I/O Scanner (IC693BEM330). Slot 1
is labeled CPU/1.
D
Slots numbered 2 and above are of a unique size and type that only supports I/O or
Option modules.
D
Expansion and Remote baseplates are supported, so a 25-pin D-type female
expansion connector is located at the right end of the baseplate for connecting to
an Expansion or Remote baseplate.
D
Since the CPU is modular, it can be replaced or changed to a different type if
additional features are desired.
D
Only one CPU baseplate is allowed per system. If more than one baseplate is used
in a system, the additional ones must be either Expansion or Remote types.
D
A modular CPU baseplate is always assigned, by default, Rack Number 0.
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PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 5–SLOT
NON-CPU SLOTS
CAUTION
Memory Backup
Warning Label
S
USER PROGRAM
AND REGISTER
VALUES MAY BE
LOST IF POWER
SUPPLY IS
REMOVED FOR
LONGER THAN
1 HOUR
POWER
SUPPLY
E
X
P
A
N
I
C
CPU/1
I/O-2
O
N
I/O Bus
Expansion
Connector
P
U
I/O-3
I/O-4
I/O-5
CPU Slot (Slot 1)
Figure 3-4. IC693CHS397 5-Slot Modular CPU Baseplate
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PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 10–SLOT
NON-CPU SLOTS
CAUTION
USER PROGRAM
AND REGISTER
VALUES MAY BE
LOST IF POWER
SUPPLY IS
REMOVED FOR
LONGER THAN
1 HOUR.
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SUPPLY
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CPU/1
I/O-2
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X
P
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N
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I/O-5
I/O-6
I/O-7
I/O-8
I/O-9
I/O-10
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Expansion Baseplates (Figures 3-6 and 3-7)
D
There can be no more than a total of 50 feet (15 meters) of cable interconnecting
Expansion baseplates and the CPU baseplate.
D
An Expansion baseplate cannot stand alone. It must be connected to a system that
has a CPU. The CPU can be in a PLC or in a Personal Computer that is equipped
with a Personal Computer Interface Card (see Chapter 11).
D
Maximum number of Expansion baseplates allowed per system depends on the
type of CPU they are used with. For CPUs 331, 340, and 341, the maximum is 4.
For CPUs numbered 350 and higher, the maximum is 7.
D
Each Expansion baseplate has a 25-pin female D-type I/O Bus Expansion
connector mounted at its right end for connection to other baseplates.
D
Available in two versions; 5-slot (IC693CHS398) and 10-slot (IC693CHS392)
D
An Expansion backplane does not support the following intelligent option modules:
PCM, ADC, BEM330, and CMM. These modules must be mounted in a CPU
baseplate. All other I/O and option modules can be mounted in any type of rack.
D
All Expansion baseplates must be connected to a common ground (see the
“Installation” chapter for details).
D
Expansion baseplates are the same physical size, use the same type power
supplies, and support the same I/O and option modules as the Remote baseplates.
D
Each Expansion baseplate has a Rack Number Selection DIP switch.
Rack Number Selection
Switch Setting Label
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DIP EXPANSION RACK #
SW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Description Label
Says ”Expansion”
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 5–SLOT
EXPANSION
1
2
3
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X X
X
CLOSED
Rack Number
Selection Switch
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
NON-CPU SLOTS
C
I/O-1
P
U
I/O-2
I/O-3
I/O-4
Expansion
Connector
I/O-5
POWER
SUPPLY
Figure 3-6. IC693CHS398 5-Slot Expansion Baseplate
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DIP EXPANSION RACK #
SW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 10–SLOT
EXPANSION
1
2
3
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X X
X
CLOSED
NON-CPU SLOTS
NON-CPU SLOTS
C
POWER
SUPPLY
I/O-1
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
P
U
I/O-2
I/O-3
I/O-4
I/O-5
I/O-6
I/O-7
I/O-8
I/O-9
I/O-10
Figure 3-7. IC693CHS392 10-Slot Expansion Baseplate
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Remote Baseplates (Figures 3-8 and 3-9)
D
There can be no more than 700 feet of cable connecting all baseplates in a system
that uses Remote baseplates.
D
A Remote baseplate cannot stand alone. It must be connected to a system that has
a CPU. The CPU can be in a PLC or in a Personal Computer that is equipped with
a Personal Computer Interface Card (see Chapter 11).
D
Remote capability is facilitated by the Remote baseplate’s built-in isolation
between the +5 volt logic supply used by the I/O modules residing in the Remote
baseplate and the supply for the interface circuit associated with the I/O Bus
Expansion Interface. Isolation helps prevent problems associated with unbalanced
ground conditions.
D
Maximum number of Remote baseplates allowed per system depends on the type
of CPU they are used with. For CPUs 331, 340, and 341, the maximum is 4. For
CPUs numbered 350 and higher, the maximum is 7.
D
Each remote baseplate has a 25-pin female D-type Expansion connector mounted
at its right end for connection to other baseplates.
D
Remote baseplates are available in two sizes; 5-slot (IC693CHS398) and 10-slot
(IC693CHS392)
D
A Remote backplane does not support the following intelligent option modules:
PCM, ADC, BEM330, and CMM. These modules must be mounted in a CPU
baseplate. All other I/O and option modules can be mounted in any type of baseplate.
D
Remote baseplates are the same physical size, use the same type power supplies,
and support the same I/O and option modules as the Expansion baseplates.
D
Each Remote baseplate has a Rack Number Selection DIP switch.
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SW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Description Label
Says ”Remote”
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 5-SLOT
REMOTE
1
2
3
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X X
X
CLOSED
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
NON-CPU SLOTS
C
I/O-1
O
N
P
U
I/O-2
I/O-3
I/O-4
I/O-5
POWER
SUPPLY
Figure 3-8. IC693CHS399 5-Slot Remote Baseplate
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DIP EXPANSION RACK #
SW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 10-SLOT
REMOTE
1
2
3
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X X
X
CLOSED
NON-CPU SLOTS
NON-CPU SLOTS
C
POWER
SUPPLY
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E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
P
U
I/O-2
I/O-3
I/O-4
I/O-5
I/O-6
I/O-7
I/O-8
I/O-9
I/O-10
Figure 3-9. IC693CHS393 10-Slot Remote Baseplate
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I/O Bus Expansion Cables
Five prewired I/O Bus Expansion cables are available from GE Fanuc. Catalog numbers and
lengths of these cables are listed in the following figure. You can build custom cables to suit the
needs of your application if cable lengths other than those listed are required. Refer to the “Cables”
chapter for detailed information on cable type and connectors. Note that the same cables can be
used with both Expansion and Remote baseplates, however the cables used in a remote expansion
system must use the cable type described in the “Cables” chapter.
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Length
Figure
IC693CBL300
3 feet (1 meter), continuous shield
A
IC693CBL301
6 feet (2 meters), continuous shield
A
IC693CBL302
50 feet (15 meters), continuous shield
with built in terminator (this is not a
Wye cable)
B
IC693CBL312
0.5 feet (.15 meters), continuous shield
A
IC693CBL313
25 feet (8 meters), continuous shield
A
Figure 3-10. I/O Bus Expansion Cables
Note
The 3 foot cable (IC693CBL300) can be used as a Wye adapter between
custom-built cables and Remote baseplates.
Differences Between Remote and Expansion Racks
Basically, Remote racks provide the same functionality as Expansion racks, but with the longer
distance (700 feet/213 meters verses 50 feet/15 meters for Expansion racks) capability. To
minimize unbalanced ground conditions, Remote baseplates have extra isolation circuitry.
Unbalanced ground conditions can occur when systems are located long distances from each
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other and do not share the same ground system. However, distance is not always the problem;
even racks that are mounted near each other can experience problems if the system is not
grounded properly. See Chapter 2 for grounding information.
The use of Remote racks requires a special consideration pertaining to scan time. In order to
operate at long distances, the I/O Bus runs at a lower clock speed (compared to that used for
Expansion racks) when communicating with Remote racks, which will have an impact on
performance. The impact will be relatively small for discrete I/O and slightly more for other
modules, such as the High Speed Counter or Genius Communications Module. The increase in
time needed to communicate with modules in a remote baseplate will usually be small with
respect to the overall scan time. For more detailed information on scan time calculations, refer
to Chapter 2 of GFK-0467, the Series 90-30/20/Micro PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference
Manual.
Another important scan time consideration is the cable type used for communicating at longer
distances. Data propagation delay must be minimized to ensure proper system timing and
margins. Any deviation in cable type may result in erratic or improper system operation.
Suggested cable types are specified in Appendix C in the IC693CBL300/etc. data sheet.
Mixing Expansion and Remote Baseplates in a System
Expansion and remote baseplates can be used in the same system as long as certain
requirements are met:
D
You do not exceed the 50 foot (15 meter) maximum cable distance from the CPU
to the last Expansion baseplate
D
You do not exceed the 700 foot (213 meter) maximum cable distance from the
CPU to the last Remote baseplate.
D
The cable type recommended for use with Remote baseplates must be used
throughout the system. The exception to this requirement is that the prewired 3
foot (1 meter) cable, IC693CBL300, can be used as a Wye adapter to simplify the
custom cable assembly associated with the “daisy chain” connections between
baseplates. Information on building cables for use with Remote baseplates can be
found in Appendix C in the IC693CBL300/etc. data sheet..
Termination Requirement for Expansion or Remote System
When two or more baseplates are connected via the I/O Bus Expansion System, the I/O
Expansion Bus must be properly terminated. The most common method of terminating the I/O
Expansion Bus is by installing a termination resistor pack (IC693ACC307) on the open
connector on the last (most distant from the CPU) Expansion or Remote baseplate in the
system. The resistor pack is physically mounted inside of a connector. Although a termination
resistor pack is shipped with each baseplate, only the last baseplate in the chain needs to have
this termination connector installed. Unused termination packs can be discarded. The prewired
50 foot (15 meter) cable (IC693CBL302) has termination resistors wired inside the connector
on one end of the cable. This cable can be used if only one expansion rack is needed in a
system and a 50 foot cable link is required (the IC693ACC307 resistor pack is not needed in
this case). Also, a custom-built cable with built-in resistors would eliminate the need for the
IC693ACC307 resistor pack.
Powering Down Individual Expansion or Remote Baseplates
Expansion or Remote baseplates can be powered-down individually without affecting the operation
of other baseplates; however, powering off a baseplate generates a loss of module
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(LOSS_OF_MODULE) fault in the PLC Fault Table for each module in the powered–down
baseplate. When this fault condition occurs, and until the baseplate is powered back on and all
modules recovered, the lost I/O modules are not scanned by the CPU. For more information on the
power-up and power-down sequence, see Chapter 2 in the Series 90-30 PLC CPU Instruction Set
Reference Manual, GFK-0467.
Series 90-30 PLC Backplane
The Series 90-30 PLC backplane (on all three types of baseplates) has a dedicated I/O
communications bus. The signals on the remote baseplate backplane are optically coupled and an
isolated DC-DC power supply converter is provided to isolate the signals from other backplanes.
D
Power bus – connects the power supply outputs to the modules in the baseplate.
D
I/O Communications bus – the CPU communicates with I/O modules over this
bus. This bus is connected to the I/O busses in Expansion and Remote racks via
the I/O Bus Expansion connectors and cables.
D
Special Intelligent Module bus – exists only on a CPU baseplate; therefore,
certain special intelligent option modules, such as the PCM, ADC, and CMM
modules, will only work in a CPU baseplate.
Rack Number DIP Switch on Expansion and Remote Baseplates
Each baseplate in a Series 90-30 system is identified with a unique number called a “Rack
Number.” Rack Numbers for Expansion and Remote baseplates are selected by setting a DIP
switch located on each baseplate directly above the connector for Slot 1. Rack number 0 must
always be present and is assigned, by default, to the CPU rack (the CPU baseplate does not have
this DIP switch). Racks do not need to be contiguously numbered, although for consistency and
clarity, it is recommended that rack numbers not be skipped (use 1, 2, 3 - not 1, 3, 5). Rack
numbers must not be duplicated within a system. The following table shows the DIP switch
positions for rack number selection.
Table 3-1. Rack Number Selection Switch Settings
Rack Number
DIP Switch
1
2
3
4
5*
6*
7*
1
open
closed
open
closed
open
closed
open
2
closed
open
open
closed
closed
open
open
3
closed
closed
closed
open
open
open
open
* Rack numbers 5, 6, and 7 only valid for CPUs 350 and higher.
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The particular CPU module used determines how may expansion and remote baseplates are
allowed:
D
The 331, 340, and 341 CPUs support a total of 4 Expansion and/or Remote racks.
D
The 350, 351, 352, 360, 363, and 364 CPUs support a total of 7 Expansion and/or
Remote racks.
Each baseplate has a label above the DIP switch that shows the settings for each rack number.
The following figure shows this DIP switch package with an example of rack #2 number
selected.
Note
Use a ball-point pen to set the DIP switches. In general, it is best to avoid
using a pencil to set DIP switches since graphite (a gritty, conductive
material) from the pencil can enter and damage the switch.
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EXPANSION RACK #
DIP
SW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SERIES 90–30
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
BASE 10–SLOT
EXPANSION
1
X
X
2
X
X
X X X
3
X = CLOSED
X
X
= CLOSED (Switch pushed down on right side)
Figure 3-11. Rack Number Selection Switch (Shown with Rack 2 Selected)
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Expansion Rack Connection Example
The following example shows a system that includes Expansion baseplates.
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NOTE
TOTAL MAXIMUM
DISTANCE FROM
CPU BASEPLATE
TO LAST EXPANSION
BASEPLATE IS
50 FEET (15 METERS)
I/O EXPANSION CABLES
DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION
EXPANSION BASEPLATE
*NOTE
Each signal pair on the I/O bus must
be terminated at the end of the I/O
bus with120 ohm resistors. This termination can be done with the I/O
Bus Terminator Plug (IC693ACC307),
by using the 50 foot (15 meter) cable
(IC693CBL302) with built-in terminating resistors, or by building a custom
cable with the resistors installed in
the connector at the end of the bus.
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Expansion and Remote Baseplates Connection Example
The following example shows cable connections in a system that includes both remote and
expansion baseplates. A system can have a combination of remote and expansion baseplates as
long as the distance and cable requirements are followed.
CPU BASEPLATE
CPU
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS391
EXPANSION
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS392
Maximum Cable Distance
from CPU = 50 Feet
(15 METERS)
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EXPANSION BASEPLATE
2
REMOTE BASEPLATE
3
REMOTE
BASEPLATE
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REMOTE
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS399
REMOTE
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS393
Maximum Cable Distance
from CPU = 700 Feet
(213 METERS)
REMOTE BASEPLATE
1
Standard Wye Cable
2
Custom Built Point-to-Point Cable
3
IC693CBL300 Standard Wye Cable, Used as Wye Jumper
4
IC693ACC307 Bus Terminator
3
2
3
4
Figure 3-13. Example of Connecting Expansion and Remote Baseplates
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Baseplate Mounting Dimensions
Series 90-30 PLC baseplates are designed to be panel mounted. Each baseplate has standard
attachment flanges for mounting on an electrical panel. Baseplate dimensions and proper
spacing requirements for installation purposes for both the 5 and 10-slot baseplates with
embedded CPU (Models 311 and Model 313 are 5-slot baseplates; Model 323 is a 10-slot
baseplate), and the 5 and 10-slot baseplates for Modular CPUs are shown in figures 3-1 through
3-4.
Note
All 5-slot baseplates have the same mounting dimensions and all 10-slot
baseplates have the same mounting dimensions. Baseplates must be mounted in
the orientation as shown in the following figures for proper cooling.
Embedded CPU (311, 313, and 323) Baseplate Dimensions
Baseplate dimensions and spacing requirements for installation for Models 311, 313, and 323
baseplates are shown below.
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10.43
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(102)
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES,
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REMOVABLE
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TERMINAL
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Modular CPU, Expansion, and Remote Baseplate Dimensions
Baseplate dimensions and spacing requirements for installation for Modular CPU baseplates are
shown below.
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NOTE
.20 DIA.
(5.08)
(TYPICAL)
5.12
(130)
FRONT VIEW
NOTE:
IF THE CABLE IS USED, ALLOW ABOUT 6 INCH HORIZONTAL CLEARANCE
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE RACK FOR ACCESS TO THE CONNECTOR.
ALLOWANCE FOR COOLING
*
4.00
(102)
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES,
MILLIMETERS ARE IN PARENTHESIS
REMOVABLE
I/O
TERMINAL
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and Spacing Requirements
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(130)
FRONT VIEW
NOTE:
IF THE CABLE IS USED, ALLOW ABOUT 6 INCH HORIZONTAL CLEARANCE
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE RACK FOR ACCESS TO THE CONNECTOR.
* ALLOWANCE FOR COOLING
*
4.00
(102)
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES,
MILLIMETERS ARE IN PARENTHESIS
REMOVABLE
I/O
TERMINAL
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and Spacing Requirements
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Load Ratings, Temperature, and Mounting Position
The power supply load rating depends on the mounting position of the baseplate and the
ambient temperature.
The load rating with the baseplate mounted upright on a panel is:
H
100% at 60_C (140_F)
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temperature at 25_C (77_F) - full load
H
temperature at 60_C (140_F) - 50% of full load
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3
Baseplate Adapter Brackets for 19” Rack Mounting
Two optional Baseplate Adapter Brackets allow a 10-slot baseplate to be mounted in a 19 inch
rack. Each baseplate installation requires only one of the adapter brackets.
Warning
Be sure to follow grounding instructions in Chapter 2 when using these
adaptor brackets. Failure to properly ground the PLC can result in
improper operation, damage to equipment, and injury to personnel.
D
IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket. Used to mount a baseplate to the front
face of a 19” rack. Install the adapter bracket by inserting the tabs at the top and bottom of
the adapter bracket into the corresponding slots at the top and bottom of the plastic
baseplate cover. NOTE: Although the figure below shows the plastic baseplate cover
removed, this is for illustration purposes only. It is not necessary to remove the cover
to install the bracket. With the bracket in place, insert and tighten the two screws (included
with the bracket) through the back of the baseplate holes into the threaded holes in the bracket.
D
IC693ACC313 Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket. Used to recess mount a baseplate
inside a 19” rack. A baseplate mounts on the rear panel of this adapter bracket using four
8-32 (4 mm) screws, nuts, lockwashers and flat washers. The Adapter Bracket bolts
through its four slotted holes to the face of the 19” rack using applicable hardware
(lockwashers recommended).
RIGHT SIDE OF
BASEPLATE
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Insert two screws (1 at top; 1 at bottom)
from back of base unit through base unit
and bracket. Tighten screws to secure
bracket to base unit.
Note: Baseplate is shown with cover removed for illustration purposes. It
is not necessary to remove the baseplate cover to install the bracket.
Figure 3-18. IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket Installation
Dimensions for rack mounting a 10-slot baseplate with the IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter
Bracket are shown in the following figure.
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Figure 3-19. Dimensions for 19I Rack Mounting Using IC693ACC308 Adapter
Bracket
0.160 (4.06) dia. x 4
0.280 (7.1)
3.540 (90)
4.000 (101.6)
1.630 (41.4)
1.368 (34.7)
0.842 (21.4)
0.346 (8.8)
Inside
0.439 (11.2)
16.850 (428)
18.122 (460.3)
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES (MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES)
Figure 3-20. IC693ACC313 Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket
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Baseplate Comparison Table
Table 3-2. Series 90-30 Baseplate Comparison
Series 90-30 Baseplates
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Catalog Number
Type
Size (Slots)
IC693CPU311
Embedded CPU
5
IC693CPU313
Embedded CPU
5
IC693CPU323
Embedded CPU
10
IC693CHS397
Modular CPU
5
IC693CHS391
Modular CPU
10
IC693CHS398
Expansion
5
IC693CHS392
Expansion
10
IC693CHS399
Remote
5
IC693CHS393
Remote
10
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Power Supply Categories
Series 90-30 power supplies are modular types that plug into the left slot of all 90-30 baseplates.
They have been placed into two categories for the purpose of this chapter:
AC/DC Input Power Supplies
IC693PWR321, Standard 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC input, 30 watts total output
IC693PWR330, High Capacity 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC input, 30 watts total output
DC Input-Only Power Supplies
IC693PWR322, 24/48 VDC input, 30 watts total output
IC693PWR328 48 VDC input, 30 watts total output
IC693PWR331, High Capacity 24 VDC input, 30 watts total output
IC693PWR332, High Capacity 12 VDC input, 30 watts total output
Power Supply Feature Comparison
The following table lists the features of the Series 90-30 PLC Power Supplies.
Table 4-1. Power Supply Comparison Table
Catalog
Number
Load
Capacity
Nominal
Input
Output Capacities (Voltage/Power )
IC693PWR321
30 Watts
100 to 240 VAC or
125 VDC
+5 VDC
15 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
IC693PWR330
30 Watts
IC693PWR322
30 Watts
100 to 240 VAC or
125 VDC
24 or 48 VDC
+5 VDC
30 watts
+5 VDC
15 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
IC693PWR328
30 Watts
48 VDC
+5 VDC
15 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
IC693PWR331
30 Watts
24 VDC
+5 VDC
30 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
IC693PWR332
30 Watts
12 VDC
+5 VDC
30 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts.
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AC/DC Input Power Supplies
IC693PWR321 Standard Power Supply, 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC Input
The IC693PWR321 is a 30 watt supply that can operate from an input voltage source in the range
of 85 to 264 VAC or 100 to 300 VDC. This power supply provides three outputs:
+5 VDC output,
+24 VDC ”Relay” power output which provides power to circuits on Series 90-30 Output
Relay modules.
“Isolated” +24 VDC, which is used internally by some modules, can also be used to provide
external power for 24 VDC Input modules.
The load capacity for each output of this power supply is shown in the following table.
Table 4-2. IC693PWR321 Power Supply Capacities
Catalog
Number
IC693PWR321
Load
Capacity
30 Watts
Nominal
Input
100 to 240 VAC or
125 VDC
Output Capacities (Voltage/Power )
+5 VDC
15 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts.
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PWR
IC693PWR321
GE Fanuc
OK
SERIES 90–30
RUN
SYSTEM
STATUS
INDICATORS
BATT
STANDARD
POWER SUPPLY
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
INPUT
∼
100–240 VAC
50/60HZ 90 VA
CONNECTIONS
FOR
AC/DC POWER
SOURCE
125 VDC, 50W
INTERNAL
POWER SOURCE
FOR
MODULES REQUIRING
24VDC
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
LITHIUM
BACK–UP
BATTERY
B
A
T
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COMPATIBLE
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BATTERY
CONNECTOR
Figure 4-1. Standard AC/DC Input Power Supply - IC693PWR321
Power supplies must be installed in the leftmost slot in all baseplates.
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Series 90–30 Power Supplies
Note
Previous versions of this power supply had five terminals on the terminal
block. The new version (shown above), which has six terminals, is
functionally the same as the previous version. The change was made to
conform to European EC requirements.
Table 4-3. Specifications for IC693PWR321 Standard AC/DC Input Power Supply
Nominal Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
AC
DC
120/240 VAC or 125 VDC
Input Power
(Maximum with Full Load)
Inrush Current
Output Power
90 VA with VAC Input
50 W with VDC Input
4A peak, 250 milliseconds maximum
5 VDC and 24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Isolated: 20 watts maximum
NOTE: 30 watts maximum total (all three outputs)
Output Voltage
5 VDC: 5.0 VDC to 5.2 VDC (5.1 VDC nominal)
Relay 24 VDC: 24 to 28 VDC
Isolated 24 VDC: 21.5 VDC to 28 VDC
Protective Limits
Overvoltage:
Overcurrent:
Holdup Time:
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85 to 264 VAC
100 to 300 VDC
5 VDC output: 6.4 to 7 V
5 VDC output: 4 A maximum
20 milliseconds minimum
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4
IC693PWR330 High Capacity Power Supply, 120/240 VAC/125 VDC Input
The IC693PWR330 High Capacity Power Supply is rated for 30 watts output. For applications
requiring greater +5V current capacity than is available with the standard supply
(IC693PWR321), this supply allows all 30 watts to be consumed from the +5V supply. It can
operate from an input voltage source in the range of 85 to 264 VAC or 100 to 300 VDC. This
power supply provides the following outputs:
+5 VDC output.
+24 VDC ”Relay” power output which provides power to circuits on Series 90-30 Output
Relay modules.
“Isolated” +24 VDC, which is used internally by some modules, can also be used to provide
external power for 24 VDC Input modules.
The load capacity for each output of this power supply is shown in the following table.
Table 4-4. IC693PWR330 Power Supply Capacities
Catalog
Number
Load
Capacity
IC693PWR330
30 Watts
Nominal
Input
100 to 240 VAC or
125 VDC
Output Capacities (Voltage/Power )
+5 VDC
30 watts
+24 VDC Isolated
20 watts
+24 VDC Relay
15 watts
Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts.
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IC693PWR330
GE Fanuc
Series 90-30
PWR
OK
RUN
BATT
SYSTEM
STATUS
INDICATORS
HIGH CAPACITY
POWER SUPPLY
PROGRAMMABLE
INPUT
100-240 VAC
50/60 HZ 100VA
125VDC, 50W
CONNECTIONS FOR
AC/DC POWER SOURCE
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
INTERNAL POWER SOURCE FOR
MODULES REQUIRING 24VDC
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CONNECTOR
Figure 4-2. High Capacity AC/DC Input Power Supply - IC693PWR330
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Table 4-5. Specifications for IC693PWR330 High Capacity AC/DC Input Power
Supply
Nominal Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
AC
DC
120/240 VAC or 125 VDC
Input Power
(Maximum with Full Load)
100 VA with VAC Input
50 W with VDC Input
Inrush Current
4A peak, 250 ms maximum
Output Power
5 VDC: 30 watts maximum
24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Isolated: 20 watts maximum
85 to 264 VAC
100 to 300 VDC
NOTE: 30 watts maximum total (all three outputs)
Output Voltage
5 VDC: 5.0 VDC to 5.2 VDC (5.1 VDC nominal)
24 VDC Relay: 24 to 28 VDC
24 VDC Isolated: 21.5 VDC to 28 VDC
Protective Limits
Overvoltage:
Overcurrent:
5 VDC output: 6.4 to 7 V
5 VDC output: 7 A maximum
Ride–Through Time:
20 ms minimum
Field Wiring Connections for the AC/DC Input Power Supplies
The two AC/DC input power supplies have six terminals for user connections. These
connections are described below.
AC Power Source Connections
The Hot, Neutral, and Ground wires from the 120 VAC power source or L1, L2, and
Ground wires from the 240 VAC power source connect to the system through the top
three terminals of the terminal strip on the front of the power supply.
DC Power Source Connections
Connect the + and – wires from the 125 VDC (nominal) power source to the top two
terminals on the terminal connector. These connections are not polarity-sensitive on
an AC/DC input power supply; however, for systems with more than one baseplate, the
input wiring polarity must be consistent (see the section “DC Power Source
Connections” in Chapter 2 for details on this). NOTE: The DC Input-only type
supplies, which are discussed later in this chapter, are polarity sensitive.
Input Overvoltage Protection Devices
This information applies to all Series 90-30 power supplies that have six–terminal
boards. The overvoltage protection devices for this power supply are connected internally
to pin 4 on the user terminal strip. This pin is normally connected to frame ground (pin 3)
with the supplied jumper strap which is installed at the factory. If overvoltage protection
is not required or is supplied upstream, this feature can be disabled by removing the
jumper strap from pins 3 and 4.
If you want to Hi-pot test this supply, overvoltage protection must be disabled during
the test by removing the terminal strip jumper strap. Re-enable overvoltage protection
after testing by reinstalling the strap.
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1
2
Jumper Strap Connects
Overvoltage Protection
Devices to Frame Ground
3
Frame Ground
4
Screw Terminals
on Terminal Board
Figure 4-3. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap
Isolated 24 VDC Supply Output Connections
The bottom two terminals of the power supply terminal strip provide connections to the
Isolated +24 volt DC output which can be used to provide power for external circuits
(within power limitations of the supply).
Caution
If the Isolated 24 VDC supply is overloaded or shorted, the
Programmable Logic Controller will stop operation.
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DC Input Only Power Supplies
IC693PWR322 Standard Power Supply, 24/48 VDC Input
The IC693PWR322 is a 30 watt output power supply designed for 24 VDC or 48 VDC nominal
inputs. It will accept an input voltage range from 18 VDC to 56 VDC. Although it is capable of
maintaining all outputs within specifications with input voltages as low as 18 VDC, it will not start
with initial input voltages of less than 21 VDC. This power supply provides the following outputs:
+5 VDC output.
+24 VDC ”Relay” power output which provides power to circuits on Series 90-30 Output
Relay modules.
“Isolated” +24 VDC, which is used internally by some modules, can also be used to provide
external power for 24 VDC Input modules.
The load capacity for each output of this power supply is shown in the following table.
Table 4-6. IC693PWR322 Power Supply Capacities
Catalog
Number
Load
Capacity
Input
IC693PWR322
30 Watts
24 or 48 VDC
Output Capacities (Voltage/Power )
+5 VDC
15 watts
+24 VDC Isolated 20
watts
+24 VDC Relay 15
watts
Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts.
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IC693PWR322
GE Fanuc
Series 90-30
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PWR
OK
RUN
BATT
SYSTEM
STATUS
INDICATORS
STANDARD
POWER SUPPLY
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+
CONNECTIONS
FOR
DC POWER
SOURCE
INTERNAL POWER
SOURCE FOR
MODULES REQUIRING
24VDC
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INPUT
24/48 VDC
50 WATT
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
LITHIUM
BACK–UP
BATTERY
B
A
T
T
E
R
Y
RS–485
COMPATIBLE
SERIAL PORT
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
Figure 4-4. Series 90-30 24/48 VDC Input Power Supply - IC693PWR322
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4
Table 4-7. Specifications for IC693PWR322 Power Supply
Nominal Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
Start
Run
24 or 48 VDC
Input Power
50 watts maximum at full load
Inrush Current
4A peak, 100 ms maximum
Output Power
5 VDC: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Isolated: 20 watts maximum
21 to 56 VDC
18 to 56 VDC
NOTE: 30 watts maximum total (all three outputs)
Output Voltage
5 VDC: 5.0 VDC to 5.2 VDC (5.1 VDC nominal)
24 VDC Relay: 24 to 28 VDC
24 VDC Isolated: 21.5 VDC to 28 VDC
Protective Limits
Overvoltage:
Overcurrent;
5 VDC output: 6.4 to 7 V
5 VDC output: 4 A maximum
Holdup Time:
14 ms minimum
Standards
Refer to data sheet, GFK-0867B, or later version for
product standards, and general specifications.
Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR322
The following graph is a typical 24/48 VDC power supply efficiency curve. A basic procedure
for determining efficiency of the 24/48 VDC power supply follows the figure.
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50
45W
40
AVERAGE
INPUT
POWER
(WATTS)
30
20
10
5
10
15
20
25
30
TOTAL OUTPUT POWER (WATTS)
Figure 4-5. Typical Efficiency Curve for 24/48 VDC Power Supply
Note
Start-up surge at full load is 4 amps for 250 milliseconds (maximum).
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4
Input Power/Current Calculation
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Determine total output load from typical specifications listed for
individual modules in Chapters 2 and 3.
Use the graph to determine average input power.
Divide the input power by the operating source voltage to determine the
input current requirements.
Use the lowest input voltage to determine the maximum input current.
Allow for start-up surge current requirements.
Allow margins (10% to 20%) for variations.
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IC693PWR328 Standard Power Supply, 48 VDC Input
The IC693PWR328 is a 30 watt output power supply designed for 48 VDC nominal input. It will
accept an input voltage range from 38 VDC to 56 VDC. This power supply provides the following
outputs:
+5 VDC output.
+24 VDC ”Relay” power output which provides power to circuits on Series 90-30 Output
Relay modules.
“Isolated” +24 VDC, which is used internally by some modules, can also be used to provide
external power for 24 VDC Input modules.
The load capacity for each output of this power supply is shown in the following table.
Table 4-8. IC693PWR328 Power Supply Capacities
Catalog
Number
Load
Capacity
Input
IC693PWR328
30 Watts
48 VDC
Output Capacities (Voltage/Power )
+5 VDC
15 watts
+24 VDC Isolated 20
watts
+24 VDC Relay 15
watts
Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts.
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IC693PWR328
GE Fanuc
Series 90-30
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PWR
OK
RUN
BATT
SYSTEM
STATUS
INDICATORS
STANDARD
POWER SUPPLY
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ÎÎÎÎ
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ÎÎÎÎ
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PROGRAMABLE CONTROLLER
+
CONNECTIONS
FOR
DC POWER
SOURCE
INTERNAL POWER
SOURCE FOR
MODULES REQUIRING
24VDC
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INPUT
48 VDC
50 WATT
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
LITHIUM
BACK–UP
BATTERY
B
A
T
T
E
R
Y
ÎÎÎ
RS–485
COMPATIBLE
SERIAL PORT
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
Figure 4-6. Series 90-30 48 VDC Input Power Supply - IC693PWR328
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Table 4-9. Specifications for IC693PWR328 Power Supply
Nominal Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
48 VDC
38 to 56 VDC
Input Power
50 watts maximum at full load
Inrush Current
4A peak, 100 ms maximum
Output Power
5 VDC: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Isolated: 20 watts maximum
NOTE: 30 watts maximum total (all three outputs)
Output Voltage
5 VDC: 5.0 VDC to 5.2 VDC (5.1 VDC nominal)
24 VDC Relay: 24 to 28 VDC
24 VDC Isolated: 21.5 VDC to 28 VDC
Protective Limits
Overvoltage:
Overcurrent;
5 VDC output: 6.4 to 7 V
5 VDC output: 4 A maximum
Ride–Through Time:
14 ms minimum
Standards
Refer to data sheet, GFK-0867B, or later version for
product standards, and general specifications.
Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR328
The following graph is a typical 48 VDC power supply efficiency curve. A basic procedure for
determining efficiency of the 48 VDC power supply follows the figure.
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50
45W
40
AVERAGE
INPUT
POWER
(WATTS)
30
20
10
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5
10
15
25
30
20
TOTAL OUTPUT POWER (WATTS)
Figure 4-7. Typical Efficiency Curve for IC693PWR328 Power Supply
Note
Start-up surge at full load is 4 amps for 250 milliseconds (maximum).
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Input Power/Current Calculation for IC693PWR328 Power Supply
4-12
Determine total output load from typical specifications listed for
individual modules in Chapter 12.
Use the graph to determine average input power.
Divide the input power by the operating source voltage to determine the
input current requirements.
Use the lowest input voltage to determine the maximum input current.
Allow for start-up surge current requirements.
Allow margins (10% to 20%) for variations.
Series 90–30 PLC I/O Module Specifications – July 2000
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Series 90–30 Power Supplies
IC693PWR331 High Capacity Power Supply, 24 VDC Input
The Series 90-30 DC input High Capacity power supply (IC693PWR331) is a 30 watt wide
range supply designed for 24 VDC nominal inputs. For applications requiring greater +5V
current capacity than is available with the standard supply, this supply allows all 30 watts to be
consumed from the +5 V output. It will accept an input voltage range from 12 VDC to 30 VDC.
Although it is capable of maintaining all outputs within specifications with input voltages as
low as 12 VDC, it will not start with initial input voltages of less than 18 VDC. This power
supply provides the following outputs:
+5 VDC output.
+24 VDC ”Relay” power output which provides power to circuits on Series 90-30 Output
Relay modules.
“Isolated” +24 VDC, which is used internally by some modules, can also be used to provide
external power for 24 VDC Input modules.
The load capacity for each output of this power supply is shown in the following table.
Table 4-10. IC693PWR331 Power Supply Capacities
Catalog
Number
Load
Capacity
Input
IC693PWR331
30 Watts
12 to 30 VDC
Output Capacities (Voltage/Power )
+5 VDC
30 watts
+24 VDC Isolated 20
watts
+24 VDC Relay 15
watts
Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts.
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IC693PWR331
GE Fanuc
Series 90-30
PWR
OK
RUN
BATT
SYSTEM
STATUS
INDICATORS
HIGH CAPACITY
POWER SUPPLY
PROGRAMMABLE
+
INPUT
24 VDC
50 WATT
CONNECTIONS FOR
DC POWER SOURCE
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
INTERNAL POWER SOURCE FOR
MODULES REQUIRING 24VDC
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
LITHIUM
BACK–UP
BATTERY
B
A
T
T
E
R
Y
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
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CONTROLLER
RS–485
COMPATIBLE
SERIAL PORT
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
Figure 4-8. Series 90-30 24 VDC Input High Capacity Power Supply IC693PWR331
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Table 4-11. Specifications for IC693PWR331 Power Supply
Nominal Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
Start
Run
Input Power
Inrush Current
24 VDC
Output Power
5 VDC: 30 watts maximum 24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum
24 VDC Isolated: 20 watts maximum
18 to 30 VDC
12 to 30 VDC
50 watts maximum at full load
4 Amps peak, 100 milliseconds maximum
NOTE: 30 watts maximum total (all three outputs)
Output Voltage
5 VDC: 5.0 VDC to 5.2 VDC (5.1 VDC nominal)
24 VDC Relay: 19.2 to 28.8 VDC
24 VDC Isolated: 19.2 VDC to 28.8 VDC
Protective Limits
Overvoltage:
Overcurrent;
5 VDC output: 6.4 to 7 V
5 VDC output: 7 A maximum
10 ms minimum
Ride–Through Time:
Standards
Refer to data sheet, GFK-0867B, or later version for
product standards, and general specifications.
Derate per figure below at ambient temperatures above 50°C (122°F).
Current Derating for Higher Temperatures
6.1
6.0
5.8
5.6
5.4
5.2
5 VDC
CURRENT
5.0
4.8
4.6
4.4
4.2
4.0
0
10
20
30
40
50
55
60
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (Degrees C)
Figure 4-9. 5 VDC Current Output Derating for Temperatures above 50°C (122°F)
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Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR331
Use the following procedure to determine input power requirements for the 24 VDC High
Capacity Power Supply:
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Determine total output power load from typical specifications listed for
individual modules at the end of this chapter.
Multiply the output power by 1.5 to determine the input power value.
Divide the input power value by the operating source voltage to determine the
input current requirements
Use the lowest input voltage to determine the maximum input current
Allow for start-up surge current requirements
Allow margins (10% to 20%) for variations
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IC693PWR332 High Capacity Power Supply, 12 VDC Input
The Series 90-30 DC input High Capacity power supply (IC693PWR332) is a 30 watt wide
range supply designed for 12 VDC nominal input power. It will accept an input voltage range
from 9.6 VDC to 15 VDC. This power supply provides the following outputs:
+5 VDC output.
+24 VDC ”Relay” power output which provides power to circuits on Series 90-30 Output
Relay modules.
“Isolated” +24 VDC, which is used internally by some modules, can also be used to provide
external power for 24 VDC Input modules.
The load capacities for each output of the power supply are shown in the following table.
Table 4-12. High Capacity 12 VDC Input Power Supply Capacities
Catalog
Number
Load
Capacity
IC693PWR331
30 Watts
Output Capacities (Voltage/Power )
Input
9.6 to 15 VDC +5 VDC
30 watts
+24 VDC Isolated 20
watts
+24 VDC Relay 15
watts
Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts.
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IC693PWR332
PWR
GE Fanuc
OK
RUN
Series 90-30
BATT
SYSTEM
STATUS
INDICATORS
HIGH CAPACITY
POWER SUPPLY
PROGRAMMABLE
+
INPUT
12 VDC
50 WATT
CONNECTIONS FOR
DC POWER SOURCE
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
INTERNAL POWER SOURCE FOR
MODULES REQUIRING 24VDC
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BACK–UP
BATTERY
B
A
T
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RS–485
COMPATIBLE
SERIAL PORT
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
Figure 4-10. Series 90-30 12 VDC Input High Capacity Power Supply IC693PWR332
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Table 4-13. Specifications for IC693PWR332
Nominal Rated Voltage
12 VDC
Input Voltage Range
Input Power
Inrush Current
9.6 to 15 VDC
50 watts maximum at full load
4 Amps peak, 100 milliseconds maximum
Output Power
5 VDC: 30 watts maximum 24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum:
24 VDC Isolated: 20 watts maximum:
30 watts maximum total (all three outputs)
5 VDC: 5.0 VDC to 5.2 VDC (5.1 VDC nominal)
Relay 24 VDC: 19.2 to 28.8 VDC
Isolated 24 VDC: 19.2 VDC to 28.8 VDC
Output Voltage
Protective Limits
Overvoltage:
Overcurrent;
5 VDC output: 6.4 to 7 V
5 VDC output: 7 A maximum
10 ms minimum
Ride–Through Time:
Standards
Refer to data sheet, GFK-0867B, or later version for
product standards, and general specifications.
Derate per figure below at ambient temperatures above 50°C (122°F).
6.1
6.0
5.8
5.6
5.4
5.2
5 VDC
CURRENT
5.0
4.8
4.6
4.4
4.2
4.0
0
10
20
30
40
50
55
60
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ( Degrees C)
Figure 4-11. 5 VDC Current Output Derating for Temperatures above 50°C
(122°F)
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Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR332
Use the following procedure to determine input power requirements for the 12 VDC High
Capacity Power Supply:
4-18
Determine total output power load from typical specifications listed for
individual modules at the end of this chapter.
Multiply the output power by 1.5 to determine the input power value.
Divide the input power value by the operating source voltage to determine the
input current requirements
Use the lowest input voltage to determine the maximum input current
Allow for start-up surge current requirements
Allow margins (10% to 20%) for variations
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Field Wiring Connections to the DC Input-Only Power Supplies
DC Power Source Connections
The + and – wires from the DC power source connect to the top two terminals on the
terminal strip. The + wire should be connected to the top terminal screw, and the – wire
to the second screw (counting from the top down). The ground connection connects to the
third screw. This connection scheme is clearly marked on the front of these power
supplies.
30W POWER SUPPLY
30W POWER SUPPLY
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
+
+
DC Input
–
INPUT
xx VDC
50 WATT
–
System Ground
+
System Ground
Factory Jumper
+
INPUT
+
DC Input
–
xx VDC
50 WATT
–
24 VDC Output
For I/O Modules
+
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
24 VDC
OUTPUT
0.8A MAX.
24 VDC Output
For I/O Modules
Six-Terminal Board
Five-Terminal Board
Isolated 24 VDC Supply Output Connections
The bottom two terminals of the power supply terminal strip provide connections to the
Isolated +24 volt DC output which can be used to provide power for external circuits
(within power limitations of the supply).
Caution
If the Isolated 24 VDC supply is overloaded or shorted, the
Programmable Logic Controller will stop operation.
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Common Series 90-30 Power Supply Features
Status Indicator Lights on all Power Supplies
Four LEDs are located on the upper right front of the power supply faceplate. The purpose of
these LEDs is as follows:
PWR
The top green LED, labeled PWR, provides an indication of the operating state of the
power supply. The LED is ON when the power supply has a correct source of power
and is operating properly, and OFF when a power supply fault occurs or power is not
applied.
OK
The second green LED, labeled OK, is steady ON if the PLC is operating properly, and
OFF if a problem is detected by the PLC.
RUN
The third green LED, labeled RUN, is steady ON when the PLC is in the RUN mode.
BATT
The bottom red LED, labeled BATT, will be ON if the memory backup battery voltage
is too low to maintain the memory under a loss of power condition; otherwise it
remains OFF. If this LED is ON, the Lithium battery must be replaced before
removing power from the rack, or PLC memory may be lost.
Input Overvoltage Protection Devices
This information applies to all Series 90-30 power supplies that have six–terminal
boards. The overvoltage protection devices for this power supply are connected internally
to pin 4 on the user terminal strip. This pin is normally connected to frame ground (pin 3)
with the supplied jumper strap which is installed at the factory. If overvoltage protection
is not required or is supplied upstream, this feature can be disabled by removing the
jumper strap from pins 3 and 4.
If you want to Hi-pot test this supply, overvoltage protection must be disabled during
the test by removing the terminal strip jumper strap. Re-enable overvoltage protection
after testing by reinstalling the strap.
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1
2
Jumper Strap Connects
Overvoltage Protection
Devices to Frame Ground
3
Frame Ground
4
Screw Terminals
on Terminal Board
Figure 4-12. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap
Output Voltage Connections to Backplane (All Supplies)
The following figure illustrates how these three output voltages are connected internally to the
backplane on the baseplate. The voltage and power required by modules installed on the
baseplate is supplied through the baseplate connectors.
POWER SUPPLY
BACKPLANE
USE/COMMENTS
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USED INTERNALLY ON ANALOG INPUT,
ANALOG OUTPUT, AND DC INPUT MODULES.
I24V
ALSO AVAILABLE ON EXTERNAL
TERMINALS ON DC INPUT MODULES AND
ON FRONT OF POWER SUPPLY FOR
USER APPLICATIONS.
IGND
R24V
USED INTERNALLY ON
RELAY OUTPUTS
RGND
SINGLE
POINT
CONNECTION
DC
P5V
USED INTERNALLY ON CPU,
INPUTS, OUTPUTS, ETC.
DC
LGND
2 POINT
CONNECTION
FGND
EXTERNAL CONNECTION
TO EARTH GROUND.
Figure 4-13. Internal Power Supply Connections
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Overcurrent Protection (all Supplies)
The 5V logic output is electronically limited to 3.5 amps (7 amps for high capacity supplies).
An overload (including short circuits) is sensed internally and causes the supply to shut down.
The supply will continually try to restart until the overload is removed. An internal fuse in the
input line is provided as a backup. The supply will usually shut down before the fuse blows.
The fuse also protects against internal supply faults.
Timing Diagram
The timing diagram below shows the relationship of the DC input to the DC outputs and to the
Power Supply OK signal (PSOK) generated by the power supply. When power is first applied,
the PSOK signal goes false. This line remains false for a minimum of 20 msec after the +5V
bus is within specifications, then it becomes true.
If input power is interrupted, the +5V bus will remain within specifications and PSOK will
remain true a minimum of 10 milliseconds. PSOK then goes false. The +5V bus will remain
within specifications for an additional 4 milliseconds minimum to allow an orderly shutdown of
the system.
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INPUT
POWER
ON
INPUT
POWER
OFF
MOMENTARY
POWER
LOSS
VOLTAGE
OVERSHOOT
5% (MAX)
VOLTAGE
OVERSHOOT
5% (MAX)
+5V OUTPUT
(5.1V TYP.)
97% (MIN)
20MS
HOLD
UP
TIME
∗
(MIN)
HOLD
UP
TIME
20MS
10MS
(MIN)
(MIN)
4MS
(MIN)
4MS
(MIN)
PSOK
∗ Ride–Through Time: 20 ms, minimum for IC693PWR321/330
14 ms, minimum for IC693PWR322/328
10 ms, minimum for IC693PWR331/332
Figure 4-14. Timing Diagram for all Series 90-30 Power Supplies
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CPU Serial Port Connector on Power Supply (All Supplies)
A 15-pin D-type female connector, accessed by opening the hinged door on the right front of
the power supply, provides the connection to a CPU serial port which is used to connect to:
A programmer (usually a personal computer) running GE Fanuc PLC programming
software.
The GE Fanuc Hand-Held Programmer.
Other serial devices.
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a43832
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
RS-485
COMPATIBLE
SERIAL PORT
Figure 4-15. Serial Port Connector
The serial port connector is only functional in a power supply that is installed in a baseplate
that also contains the CPU. The serial port is not functional on a power supply that is
installed in an expansion or remote baseplate.
Any device connected to the serial port that uses +5 VDC power from the Series 90-30
power supply must be included in the calculation for maximum power consumption (see
the heading “Power Supply Loading Calculations” in Chapter 12).
CPU Serial Port Information
The serial port connector on the power supply accesses the CPU serial port, which is a feature
of all Series 90-30 CPUs. See Chapter 5, “CPUs” for infomation on this serial port.
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Backup Battery for RAM Memory (All Supplies)
The long-life Lithium battery (IC693ACC301) used to maintain the contents of the CMOS
RAM memory in the CPU is accessed by removing the cover plate located at the bottom of the
power supply faceplate. This battery is mounted on a plastic clip attached to the inside of this
cover.
The battery is wired to a small Berg female connector that connects to either of the two Berg
male connectors mounted on the Power Supply printed circuit board. This battery can be
replaced with power applied to the PLC.
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ÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎ
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
ÎÎ
LITHIUM
BACK-UP
BATTERY
Figure 4-16. Backup Battery for RAM Memory
Caution
If a Low Battery Warning (BATT LED turns ON) occurs, replace the battery
located in the power supply before removing power from the rack.
Otherwise, there is a possibility that data will be corrupted or the application
program will be cleared from memory.
Additional Battery Information
For additional information on the memory backup battery, see the chapter, “Memory Backup
and Backup Battery” in the Series 90–30 PLC Hardware and Installation Manual, GFK–0356P
(or later version).
Note
Only the battery in a power supply in a CPU rack is used for backing up CPU
memory. A battery in a power supply mounted in an Expansion or Remote
baseplate is not utilized.
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Series 90–30 Power Supplies
Calculating Power Supply Loading
The load placed on a power supply in a Series 90-30 PLC baseplate is the sum of the internal
and external loads placed on it by all of the hardware components in the baseplate (backplane,
modules, etc.), as well as external loads connected to the Isolated + 24 VDC supply. Use of the
Isolated +24 Volt power supply output is optional; however, this output can be used to drive a
limited number of input devices. The maximum total power output rating of the Power
Supplies is 30 watts; however, the individual +5VDC outputs can be rated for either 15 or 30
Watts, depending on the Power Supply catalog number. See Table 12-1, “Power Supply Feature
Comparison Table,” for details.
Load Requirements for Hardware Components
The following table shows the DC load required by each module and hardware component. All
ratings are in milliamps (except where noted). Input and Output module current ratings are with all
inputs or outputs on. Three voltages are listed in the table:
+5 VDC provides primary power to operate most internal circuits
+24 VDC Relay Power provides power for circuits that drive the relays on Relay modules
+24 VDC Isolated provides power to operate a number of input circuits (input modules
only), and any external circuits connected to the 24 VDC Output terminals on the power
supply terminal strip.
Note that the figures listed in the following table are maximum (worst case) requirements , not
typical requirements.
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Table 4-14. Load Requirements (in milliamps)
Catalog
Number
4-26
Description
+5 VDC
+24 VDC
Relay Power
+24 VDC
Isolated
AD693SLP300
State Logic Processor Module
425
-
-
IC693ACC300
Input Simulator, 8/16 Points
120
-
-
IC693ACC307
Expansion Bus Termination Plug
72
-
-
IC690ACC900
RS-422/RS-485 to RS-232 Converter
170
-
-
IC690ACC901
RS-422 (SNP) to RS-232, Miniconverter Kit (Version A)
(version B, or later ) 150
100
-
-
IC693ADC311
Alphanumeric Display Coprocessor Module
400
-
-
IC693ALG220
Analog Input, Voltage, 4 Channel
27
-
98
IC693ALG221
Analog Input, Current, 4 Channel
25
-
100
IC693ALG222
Analog Input, Voltage, High Density (16 Channel)
112
IC693ALG223
Analog Input, Current, High Density (16 Channel)
120
-
-
IC693ALG390
Analog Output, Voltage, 2 Channel
32
-
120
IC693ALG391
Analog Output, Current, 2 Channel
30
-
215
IC693ALG392
Analog Current/Voltage Output, 8 Channel
110
-
IC693ALG442
Analog Current/Voltage Combination 4 Ch In/2 Ch Out
95
-
129
IC693APU300
High Speed Counter
250
-
-
IC693APU301
Motion Mate APM300, 1-Axis
800
-
-
IC693APU302
Motion Mate APM300, 2-Axis
800
-
-
IC693APU305
I/O Processor Module
360
-
-
IC693BEM320
I/O Link Interface Module (slave)
205
-
-
IC693BEM321
I/O Link Interface Master Module (w/o optical adapter)
(with Optical Adapter)
415
615
-
-
IC693BEM330
FIP Remote I/O Scanner
609
-
-
IC693BEM331
Genius Bus Controller
300
-
-
IC693BEM340
FIP Bus Controller
IC693CHS391
10-slot Modular CPU Baseplate
250
-
-
IC693CHS392
10-slot Expansion Baseplate
150
-
-
IC693CHS393
10-slot Remote Baseplate
460
-
-
IC693CHS397
5-slot Modular CPU Baseplate
270
-
-
IC693CHS398
5-slot Expansion Baseplate
170
-
-
IC693CHS399
5-slot Remote Baseplate
480
-
-
IC693CMM301
Genius Communications Module
200
-
-
IC693CMM302
Enhanced Genius Communications Module
300
-
-
IC693CMM311
Communications Control Module
400
-
-
IC693CMM321
Ethernet Interface Module
750
-
-
IC693CPU311
Series 90-30 5-Slot Embedded CPU Baseplate
410
-
-
IC693CPU313
Series 90-30 5-Slot Embedded CPU Baseplate
430
-
-
IC693CPU323
Series 90-30 10-Slot Embedded CPU Baseplate
430
-
-
IC693CPU331
CPU (Model 331)
350
-
-
IC693CPU340
CPU (Model 340)
490
-
-
IC693CPU341
CPU (Model 341)
490
-
-
IC693CPU350
CPU (Model 350)
670 IC693CPU351
CPU (Model 351)
890 IC693CPU352
CPU (Model 352)
910 IC693CPU360
CPU (Model 360)
670 IC693CPU363
CPU (Model 363)
890 IC693CPU364
CPU (Model 364)
1.51 A IC693CSE313
State Logic CPU, 5-slot baseplate
430
-
-
IC693CSE323
State Logic CPU, 10-slot baseplate
430
-
-
(maximum)
(typical)
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800
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Catalog
Number
Description
IC693CSE340
IC693DSM302/314
+5 VDC
+24 VDC
Relay Power
+24 VDC
Isolated
State Logic CPU Module
490
-
-
Motion Mate DSM302 or DSM314 Module
1.3A
-
-
IC693DVM300
Digital Valve Driver Module (doesn’t connect to PLC backplane)
none
none
none
IC693MAR590
120 VAC Input, relay Output, 8 In/8 Out
80
70
-
IC693MDL230
120 VAC Isolated, 8 Point Input
60
-
-
IC693MDL231
240 VAC Isolated, 8 Point Input
60
-
-
IC693MDL240
120 VAC, 16 Point Input
90
-
-
IC693MDL241
24 VAC/DC Pos/Neg logic, 16 Point
80
-
125
IC693MDL310
120 VAC, 0.5A, 12 Point Output
210
-
-
IC693MDL330
120/240 VAC, 1A, 8 Point Output
160
-
-
IC693MDL340
120 VAC, 0.5A, 16 Point Output
315
-
-
IC693MDL390
120/240 VAC Isolated, 2A, 5 Point Output
110
-
-
IC693MDL630
24 VDC Positive Logic, 8 Point Input
2.5
-
60
IC693MDL632
125 VDC Pos/Neg Logic, 8 Point Input
40
-
-
IC693MDL633
24 VDC Negative Logic, 8 Point Input
5
-
60
IC693MDL634
24 VDC Pos/Neg Logic, 8 Point Input
80
-
125
IC693MDL640
24 VDC Positive Logic, 16 Point Input
5
-
120
IC693MDL641
24 VDC Negative Logic, 16 Point Input
5
-
120
IC693MDL643
24 VDC Positive Logic, FAST, 16 Point Input
5
-
120
IC693MDL644
24 VDC Negative Logic, FAST, 16 Point Input
5
-
120
IC693MDL645
24 VDC Pos/Neg Logic, 16 Point Input
80
-
125
IC693MDL646
24 VDC Pos/Neg Logic, FAST, 16 Point Input
80
-
125
IC693MDL652
24 VDC Pos/Neg Logic 32 Point Input
5
-
-
IC693MDL653
24 VDC Pos/Neg Logic, FAST, 32 Point Input
5
-
-
IC693MDL654
5/12 VDC (TTL) Pos/Neg Logic, 32 Point
195/440 -
-
IC693MDL655
24 VDC Pos/Neg, 32 Point Input
195
-
224
IC693MDL730
12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 2A, 8 Point Output
55
-
-
IC693MDL731
12/24 VDC Negative Logic, 2A, 8 Point Output
55
-
-
IC693MDL732
12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 0.5A, 8 Point Output
50
-
-
IC693MDL733
12/24 VDC Negative Logic, 0.5A, 8 Point Output
50
-
-
IC693MDL734
125 VDC Pos/Neg Logic, 6 Point Output
90
-
-
IC693MDL740
12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 0.5A, 16 Point Output
110
-
-
IC693MDL741
12/24 VDC Negative Logic, 0.5A, 16 Point Output
110
-
-
IC693MDL742
12/24 VDC Pos. Logic ESCP, 1A, 16 Point Output
130
-
-
IC693MDL750
12/24 VDC Negative Logic, 32 Point Output
21
-
-
IC693MDL751
12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 32 Point Output
21
-
-
IC693MDL752
5/24 VDC (TTL) Negative Logic, 0.5A, 32 Point
260
-
-
IC693MDL753
12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 0.5A, 32 Point Output
260
-
-
IC693MDL930
Relay, N.O., 4A Isolated, 8 Point Output
6
70
-
IC693MDL931
Relay, N.C. and Form C, 8A Isolated, 8 Point Out
6
110
-
IC693MDL940
Relay, N.O., 2A, 16 Point Output
7
135
-
IC693MDR390
24 VDC Input, Relay Output, 8 In/8 Out
80
70
-
IC693PCM300
Programmable Coprocessor Module, 65K
425
-
-
IC693PCM301
Programmable Coprocessor Module, 85K
425
-
-
IC693PCM311
Programmable Coprocessor Module, 380K
400
-
-
IC693PRG300
Hand-Held Programmer
170
-
-
IC693PTM100
Power Transducer Module
400
IC693TCM302/303
Temperature Control Module
150
-
-
4
Refer to module specifications in Chapter 6 for more details.
Note that the model 350–364 CPUs do not support the A version (IC690ACC901A) of the Miniconverter.
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Power Supply Loading Calculation Examples
Following are examples of calculations for determining the total load placed on a Series 90-30
PLC power supply by the Series 90-30 PLC hardware. All current figures are expressed in
milliamps. Note that although each output is rated at 15 or 20 watts (with the exception that the
+5 VDC output for the High Capacity power supply is rated at 30 watts), the total combined output
can be no more than 30 watts. The power required by external circuits connected to the 24 VDC
OUTPUT terminals on the power supply terminal strip should be added to the calculation.
Example 1: Series 90-30, Model 323 Embedded CPU (10-slot baseplate)
Component
+5V
IC693CPU323 Embedded CPU Baseplate
IC693PRG300 Hand-Held Programmer
IC693ALG390 Analog Output
IC693ALG220 Analog Input
IC693APU300 HS Counter
24 VDC Input (16 points)
IC693MDL340 Input Module
IC693MDL740 Output Module
IC693MDL240 Input Module
IC693MDL310 Output Module
IC693MDL940 Relay Out. Mod.
IC693MDL930 Relay Out. Mod.
430
170
32
27
190
5
5
110
90
210
7
6
Totals (milliamps)
(Watts)
Total Watts = 22.32
1281
6.41
+24V Isolated
+24V Relay
120
98
120
120
135
70
458
10.99
205
4.92
Example 2: Series 90-30, Model 363 Modular CPU (10-slot baseplate)
Component
IC693CHS391 Modular CPU Baseplate
IC693CPU363 CPU Module
IC690ACC901 Miniconverter Kit
IC693PCM301 PCM Module
IC693ALG390 Analog Output
IC693ALG220 Analog Input
IC693APU300 HS Counter
IC693MDL340 Input Module
IC693MDL740 Output Module
IC693MDL240 Input Module
IC693MDL310 Output Module
IC693MDL940 Relay Out. Mod.
Totals (milliamps)
(Watts)
Total Watts = 23.03
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+5V
250
890
100
425
32
27
190
5
110
90
210
7
2336
11.68
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+24V Relay
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120
135
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8.11
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This chapter contains specifications and wiring information for Series 90-30 Discrete I/O
modules. Modules are listed by module type: Input, Output, mixed Input/Output, and
High-Density. Table 5-1 is an aid to locating discrete I/O module specifications and wiring
information in this manual. Table 5-2 lists the load requirements for each I/O module.
I/O Module Specifications
The following three chapters contain specifications for each of the Series 90-30 discrete I/O
modules. For each module, the following technical information is provided:
H
Description of the module.
H
List of specifications for the module.
H
An illustration showing field wiring information, including appropriate user connections to
the detachable terminal board or connector(s) and an example of the module’s input or
output circuitry for user interface information.
H
Where applicable, a graph that provides temperature derating information for the module.
Please refer to the following table for a module overview and for a reference to the chapter
where the module is discussed.
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Table 5-1. Guide to Chapter Location for Discrete I/O Module Specifications
Catalog
Number
5-2
Description of Module
Number of
I/O Points
Chapter
Number
IC693MDL230
Input - 120 VAC Isolated
8
6
IC693MDL231
Input - 240 VAC Isolated
8
6
IC693MDL240
Input - 120 VAC
16
6
IC693MDL241
Input - 24 VAC/DC Positive/Negative Logic
16
6
IC693MDL632
Input - 125 VDC Positive/Negative Logic
8
6
IC693MDL634
Input - 24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic
8
6
IC693MDL645
Input - 24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic
16
6
IC693MDL646
Input - 24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic, FAST
16
6
IC693ACC300
Input Simulator
8 or 16
6
IC693MDL310
Output - 120 VAC, 0.5A
12
7
IC693MDL330
Output - 120/240 VAC, 2A
8
7
IC693MDL340
Output - 120 VAC, 0.5A
16
7
IC693MDL390
Output - 120/240 VAC Isolated, 2A
5
7
IC693MDL730
Output - 12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 2A
8
7
IC693MDL731
Output - 12/24 VDC Negative Logic, 2A
8
7
IC693MDL732
Output - 12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 0.5A
8
7
IC693MDL733
Output - 12/24 VDC Negative Logic, 0.5A
8
7
IC693MDL734
Output - 125 VDC Positive/Negative Logic, 1A
6
7
IC693MDL740
Output - 12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 0.5A
16
7
IC693MDL741
Output - 12/24 VDC Negative Logic, 0.5A
16
7
IC693MDL742
Output - 12/24 VDC Positive Logic ESCP, 1A
16
7
IC693MDL930
Output - Relay, N.O., 4A Isolated
8
7
IC693MDL931
Output - Isolated Relay, N.C. and Form C, 8A
8
7
IC693MDL940
Output - Relay, N.O., 2A
16
7
IC693MAR590
Input/Output - 120 VAC Input, Relay Output
8/8
8
IC693MDR390
Input/Output - 24 VDC Input, Relay Output
8/8
8
IC693MDL653
Input - 24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic FAST
32
6
IC693MDL654
Input - 5/12 VDC (TTL) Positive/Negative Logic
32
6
IC693MDL655
Input - 24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic
32
6
IC693MDL750
Output - 12/24 VDC Negative Logic
32
7
IC693MDL751
Output - 12/24 VDC Positive Logic
32
7
IC693MDL752
Output - 5/24 VDC (TTL) Negative Logic, 0.5A
32
7
IC693MDL753
Output - 12/24 VDC Positive Logic, 0.5A
32
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Discrete I/O Modules
Discrete I/O Module Point Density
There are two density categories for these modules:
D
Standard Density Modules: Standard density modules have up to 16 circuits
(also called “points”) per module. These modules are equipped with a removeable
terminal board. See the following figure.
D
High Density Modules: High density modules have 32 circuits per module.
These modules have either a 50-pin connector, or two 24-pin connectors mounted
on their faceplates. Connection choices are discussed later in this chapter.
Standard Density Discrete I/O Module Features
Standard Density (16 points or less) Modules have the following features (refer to the following
figure):
H
Removeable Terminal Board. You can remove the terminal board from the module in
order to wire it, if desired. Then, when you are finished wiring it, you can easily reinstall it
on the module. However, some prefer to leave it on the module when wiring. If you ever
need to replace a module, you don’t have to do any rewiring if your old terminal board is
still in good condition. Simply remove the wired terminal board from the old module and
install it on the new module. The terminal board screw terminals are also convenient
points for measuring voltages while testing or troubleshooting.
H
Hinged Front Cover. The cover is easily opened to access the terminal board connections.
Normally it’s kept closed to protect personnel from accidentally touching a hot terminal.
Note in the following figure that the back side of the front cover insert contains a schematic
diagram of the terminal board connections. The module catalog number (IC693MDL940
in the example shown) is printed on the bottom of the front cover insert. The module
catalog number is also printed on the label on the side of the module. However, in order to
see this side label, the module has to be removed from the PLC
On the front side of the front cover insert are lines that correspond to the module’s I/O
points. You can temporarily remove the insert and write the signal name for each point on
the appropriate line, as shown in the example in the figure.
Also on the front side of the front cover insert, running vertically on the left edge of the
insert, is a color bar that identifies the type of module: Blue = DC, Red = AC, and Gray =
Analog.
H
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Module Lens Cap. Located on the top front of the module, it covers the LED (Light
Emitting Diode) status lights . These are labeled in the following figure in two groups, A1
through A8, and B1 through B8. Since this is a figure of a 16-Point Output module, there
are 16 LED status lights. (The number of status lights on any given module is a function of
the number of circuits points on that module.) If you compare these status lights to the
connection diagram on the back of the hinged cover, you will notice that the outputs on this
module are in two groups, labeled A1–A8 and B1–B8, that correspond to the A and B rows
of status LEDs. Note the additional LED on the right side of the lens cap that is labeled
with the letter F. This is a blown fuse indicator light. This letter F is present on all of the
discrete I/O module lens caps, but is only functional on certain Output Modules that have
internal fuses. It only lights if an internal fuse is blown. A table with a list of modules
having fuses as well as other details about the status LEDs is provided in Chapter 13 of this
manual.
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Lens Cap
STATUS
LEDs
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
Fuse Indicator LED
Hinged Cover
Front View
OUTPUT
RELAY N.O. 2 AMP
Color Bar
Indicates Type
of Module
1
2
A1
3
V
A2
4
A3
5
A4
Removable
Insert
6
Removable
Terminal
Board
Module Type
A5
7
V
A6
8
9
A7
10
A8
12
B1
13
V
B2
14
User can Write
Signal Names on
Front of Insert
B3
B4
15
16
17
B5
18
V
B6
B7
19
20
B8
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FOR USE WITH
IC693MDL940
A1
Pilot Light 1
A2
Pilot Light 2
A3
Control ON
A4
Emargency Stop
A5
Pump 1 ON
HInged Cover
Connection
Diagram on
Back of Insert
11
OUTPUT
RELAY N.O. 2 AMP
A6
Pump 2 ON
A7
Motor Starter 1
A8
MotorStarter 2
B1
CR 1
B2
CR 2
B3
CR 3
B4
CR 4
B5
SOL 1
B6
SOL 2
B7
SOL 3
B8
SOL 4
Module Catalog No.
Figure 5-1. Example of Series 90-30 Standard Density Discrete Output Module
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High Density (32-Point) Discrete Module Features
D
There are two types of high density modules. One type has a single 50-pin
connector on its faceplate, the other type has a pair of 24-pin connectors on its
faceplate (see next two figures).
D
The dual 24-pin type has LED status indicators. The 50-pin type does not. The
LED status indicators are arranged in four groups of eight across, labeled A, B, C,
and D. They are located at the top of the module (see next figure).
D
32-point modules are only available in 5, 12, and 24 VDC ratings.
D
None of the 32-point modules are fused.
D
These modules are useful in applications where a high count of DC I/O points is
required. The maximum number of I/O points for a Series 90-30 system can be
obtained by using a CPU that supports a total of eight 10-slot racks, and by
populating the racks with 32-point modules. The theoretical maximum number of
I/O points possible is calculated by adding the 9 available slots in the CPU rack
(the CPU must occupy one slot) to the 70 slots in the seven 10-slot expansion or
remote racks to get a total of 79 slots. Multiply 79 times 32 for a maximum of
2,528 I/O points (only CPUs 350 – 364 support this many I/O points). Of course,
this assumes that every slot is populated with a 32-point I/O module. Most
practical applications require that you use some slots for option modules, so the
number of slots available for I/O modules will be reduced accordingly.
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
LED Indicators
C1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
D1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
INPUT
5/12 VDC
POS/NEG LOGIC
Pin B12
Pin A12
3.0 mA/Pt at 5VDC
8.5 mA/Pt at 12VDC
CD
Left Side
Connector
Pin B1
Pin A1
Pin A1
Pin B1
AB
Right Side
Connector
Pin A12
Pin B12
Figure 5-2. Example of 32-Point I/O Module (IC693MDL654) With Dual Connectors
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1
33
19
INPUT 32 PT
24 VDC ISOL
NEG/POS LOGIC
32
50
18
7.5 mA/Pt
Connector Pin
Numbering
Figure 5-3. Example of 32-Point I/O Module (IC693MDL653) With Single
Connector
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Definition of Positive and Negative Logic
The IEC definitions for positive logic and negative logic, as applied to Series 90-30 I/O
modules, are defined as follows.
Positive Logic - Input Modules
Input modules designed with positive logic characteristics sink current from the input device to
the user common or negative power bus. The input device is connected between the positive
power bus and the input terminal.
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IEC
SINK
IN
+ 24V
Î
Î
+
0V
Positive Logic - Output Modules
Output modules designed with positive logic characteristics source current to the loads from the
user common or positive power bus. The load is connected between the negative power bus
and the module output.
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SOURCE
OUT
+ 24V
+
0V
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Negative Logic - Input Modules
Input modules designed with negative logic characteristics source current through the input
device to the user common or positive power bus. The input device is connected between the
negative power bus and the input terminal.
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SOURCE
IN
+ 24V
+
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
0V
Negative Logic - Output Modules
Output modules designed with negative logic characteristics sink current from the loads to the
user common or negative power bus. The load is connected between the positive power bus
and the output terminal.
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SINK
OUT
+ 24V
+
0V
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120 Volt AC Isolated Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL230
The 120 volt AC Isolated Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller
provides 8 isolated input points, each with a common power input terminal. The input circuits are
reactive (resistor/capacitor) inputs. Current into an input point results in a logic 1 in the input
status table (%I). Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied input
devices, such as pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Power to operate
the field devices must be supplied by the user. This module requires an AC power source, it
cannot be used with a DC power source.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has a horizontal row with eight green LEDs labeled A1 through 8
(points 1 through 8). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door.
The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit
wiring information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside
surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a high-voltage
module. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series
90-30 PLC system.
Table 6-1. Specifications for IC693MDL230
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
120 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
0 to 132 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Inputs per Module
Isolation
8 (each input point has a separate common)
1500 volts RMS between field side and logic side
500 volts RMS between inputs
Input Current
14.5 mA (typical) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics:
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
74 to 132 volts AC
0 to 20 volts AC
6 mA minimum
2.2 mA maximum
30 ms maximum
45 ms maximum
Power Consumption
60 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL230 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 120 volt AC Isolated input module. Note that since each input is
isolated (separate) from each of the other inputs, each input can be powered by a separate AC
power source.
a45030
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
.27µf
9
10
11
12
400K
13
14
1K
15
240
16
17
1.0 µf
OPTICAL
COUPLER
18
19
20
FIELD WIRING
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
~N
A2
~N
H
A3
~N
H
A4
~N
H
A1
H
B1
H
~N
B2
~N
H
B3
~N
H
B4
~N
H
NC
Figure 6-1. Field Wiring - 120 Volt AC Isolated Input Module - IC693MDL230
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Discrete Input Modules
240 Volt AC Isolated Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL231
The 240 volt AC Isolated Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller
provides 8 isolated input points, each with a common power input terminal. The input circuits are
reactive (resistor/capacitor) inputs. Current into an input point results in a logic 1 in the input
status table (%I). Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied input
devices, such as pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Power to operate
the field devices must be supplied by the user. This module requires an AC power source, it
cannot be used with a DC power source.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has a horizontal row with eight green LEDs labeled A1 through 8
(points 1 through 8). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door.
The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit
wiring information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside
surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a high-voltage
module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 6-2. Specifications for IC693MDL231
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
240 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
0 to 264 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Inputs per Module
Isolation
8 (each input point has a separate common)
1500 volts RMS between field side and logic side
500 volts RMS between inputs
Input Current
15 mA (typical) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics:
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
148 to 264 volts AC
0 to 40 volts AC
6 mA minimum
2.2 mA maximum
30 ms maximum
45 ms maximum
Power Consumption
60 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL231 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 240 volt AC Isolated input module. Note that since each input is
isolated (separate) from each of the other inputs, each input can be powered by a separate AC
power source.
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MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
.15µf
9
10
11
12
771K
13
14
1K
15
267
16
17
1.0 µf
OPTICAL
COUPLER
18
19
20
FIELD WIRING
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
~N
A2
~N
H
A3
~N
H
A4
~N
H
A1
H
B1
H
~N
B2
H~ N
B3
H~ N
B4
H~ N
NC
Figure 6-2. Field Wiring - 240 Volt AC Isolated Input Module - IC693MDL231
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Discrete Input Modules
120 Volt AC Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL240
The 120 volt AC Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller provides
16 input points with one common power input terminal. The input circuits are reactive
(resistor/capacitor) inputs. Current into an input point results in a logic 1 in the input status
table (%I). Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied input
devices, such as pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Power to
operate the field devices must be supplied by the user. This module requires an AC power
source, it cannot be used with a DC power source.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8 (points
9 through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The
surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring
information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The
outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a high-voltage module. This
module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 6-3. Specifications for IC693MDL240
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
120 volts AC
0 to 132 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Inputs per Module[
Isolation
16 (one group with a single common)
1500 volts RMS between field side and logic side
Input Current
12 mA (typical) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics:
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
74 to 132 volts AC
0 to 20 volts AC
6 mA minimum
2.2 mA maximum
30 ms maximum
45 ms maximum
Consumption
90 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
[ Number of inputs on is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in figure 6–7.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL240 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 120 volt AC input module.
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MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
.27 µf
10
11
12
13
400K
14
620
15
16
1 µf
OPTICAL
COUPLER
240
17
FIELD WIRING
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
NC
18
NC
20
NC
19
N
~H
OTHER CIRCUITS
Figure 6-3. Field Wiring - 120 Volt AC Input Module - IC693MDL240
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120 VAC
16 INPUTS ON
16
132 VAC
12
NUMBER
OF
INPUTS
ON
9 INPUTS ON
8
4
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-4. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL240
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Discrete Input Modules
24 Volt AC/DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL241
The 24 volt AC/DC Positive/Negative Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides 16 input points in one group with a common power input terminal. This
input module is designed to have either positive or negative logic characteristics in the DC
input mode. This input module is designed to function with AC or DC user inputs. Input
characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied input devices, such as
pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Current into an input point
results in a logic 1 in the input status table (%I). Power to operate the field devices can be
supplied by the user, or the Isolated +24 VDC output on the power supply (bottom two power
supply terminals) can be used to power a limited number of DC inputs.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8 (points
9 through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The
surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring
information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The
outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage module. This
module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 6-4. Specifications for IC693MDL241
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
24 volts AC or 24 volts DC
0 to +30 volts DC or 0 to +30 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Inputs per Module [
Isolation
16 (one group with a single common)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Input Current
7 mA (typical) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
11.5 to 30 volts AC or DC
0 to +4 volts AC or DC
3.2 mA minimum
1 mA maximum
12 ms typical
28 ms typical
Power Consumption: 5V
Power Consumption: 24V
80 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
125 mA from the Isolated 24 volt backplane bus or
from user supplied power
[ Number of inputs on is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in figure 6–9.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL241 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 24 volt AC/DC positive/negative logic input module.
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MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
OTHER CIRCUITS
1
2
680
.1 µf
A1
A3
A4
5
6
A5
A6
7
3.3K
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
A2
3
4
OPTICAL
COUPLER
FIELD WIRING
8
9
10
A7
A8
B1
N
~
H
B2
11
12
B3
B4
13
14
B5
B6
15
16
B7
B8
17
18
24V OUT
OV COM
19
20
NC
Figure 6-5. Field Wiring - 24 Volt AC/DC Pos/Neg Logic Input Module IC693MDL241
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30V SUPPLY
16
12
NUMBER
OF
INPUTS
ON
8
4
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-6. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL241
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Discrete Input Modules
125 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL632
This 125 volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input module provides 8 input points in two isolated
groups with four points in each group. Each group has a separate common associated with it
(the two commons are not tied together inside the module). The input module is designed to
have either positive logic characteristics in that it sinks current from the input devices to the
user common or negative power bus, or negative logic characteristics in that it sources current
through the input devices to the user common or positive power bus. The input device is
connected between the power bus and the module input. Current into an input point results in a
logic 1 in the input status table (%I). Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of
input devices, such as pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Power
to operate field devices must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row. This
module uses the top row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8). An insert goes between
the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module
(when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification
information can be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is
color-coded red to indicate a high-voltage module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 6-5. Specifications for IC693MDL632
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
Inputs per Module [
Isolation
Input Current
125 volts DC (Positive or Negative Logic)
0 to +150 volts DC
8 (two groups of four inputs)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between groups
4.5 mA typical
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
90 to 150 volts DC
0 to 30 volts DC
3.1 mA
1.1 mA maximum
7 ms typical
7 ms typical
Internal Power Consumption
40 mA from the 5 volt bus on the backplane
36 mA (typical) from user input supply (all inputs
ON)
[ Number of inputs on is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in figure 6–11.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL632 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 125 volt DC positive/negative logic input module. The negative logic
connections are shown in dashed lines.
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MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS FIELD WIRING
1
2
3
4
22K
5
6
7
0.1 µ f
680
8
9
OPTICAL
COUPLER
10
5.6K
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Î
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A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
Figure 6-7. Field Wiring - 125 Volt DC Positive /Negative Logic Input Module IC693MDL632
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8
145V SUPPLY
6
150V SUPPLY
NUMBER
OF
INPUTS 4
ON
2 INPUTS ON
2
2 INPUTS ON
45°C
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-8. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL632
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Discrete Input Modules
24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 8 Point
IC693MDL634
The 24 volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 8 input points in one group with a common power input terminal.
This input module is designed to have either positive logic or negative logic characteristics.
Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied input devices, such as
pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Current into an input point
results in a logic 1 in the input status table (%I). Power to operate the field devices can be
supplied by the user, or an Isolated +24 VDC supply on the power supply (+24V OUT and 0V
OUT terminals) can power a limited number of inputs.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) is used by this module. An insert goes between
the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the
module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit
identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the
insert is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage module. This module can be installed in
any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 6-6. Specifications for IC693MDL634
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
24 volts DC
0 to +30 volts DC
Inputs per Module
Isolation
8 (one group with a single common)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Input Current
7 mA (typical) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
11.5 to 30 volts DC
0 to +5 volts DC
3.2 mA minimum
1.1 mA maximum
7 ms typical
7 ms typical
Power Consumption: 5V
Power Consumption: 24V
45 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
62 mA from the Isolated 24 volt backplane bus or
from user supplied power
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL634 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 24 volt DC positive/negative logic input module.
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
OTHER CIRCUITS
1
2
.1 µ f
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ÎÎÎ
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A3
A4
5
6
A5
A6
7
3.3K
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A2
3
4
OPTICAL
COUPLER
FIELD WIRING
8
9
10
A7
A8
NC
NC
11
12
13
NC
NC
14
15
NC
NC
16
NC
18
NC
24V OUT
17
OV OUT
19
20
NC
Figure 6-9. Field Wiring - 24 Volt Positive/Negative Logic Input Module IC693MDL634
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8
NUMBER
OF
INPUTS
ON
4
2
1
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-10. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL634
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Discrete Input Modules
24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL645
The 24 volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 16 input points in one group with a common power input terminal.
This input module is designed to have either positive logic or negative logic characteristics.
Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied input devices, such as
pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Current into an input point
results in a logic 1 in the input status table (%I). Power to operate the field devices can be
supplied by the user, or an Isolated +24 VDC supply on the power supply (+24V OUT and 0V
OUT terminals) can power a limited number of inputs.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8 (points
9 through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The
surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring
information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The
outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage module. This
module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 6-7. Specifications for IC693MDL645
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
24 volts DC
0 to +30 volts DC
Inputs per Module
Isolation
16 (one group with a single common)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Input Current
7 mA (typical) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
11.5 to 30 volts DC
0 to +5 volts DC
3.2 mA minimum
1.1 mA maximum
7 ms typical
7 ms typical
Power Consumption: 5V
Power Consumption: 24V
80 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
125 mA from the Isolated 24 volt backplane bus or
from user supplied power
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL645 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 24 volt DC positive/negative logic input module.
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MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
OTHER CIRCUITS
1
2
.1 µ f
3
4
5
6
OPTICAL
COUPLER
7
3.3K
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
FIELD WIRING
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
Î
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
Î
ÎÎ
Î
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
24V OUT
OV OUT
19
20
NC
Figure 6-11. Field Wiring - 24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input Module IC693MDL645
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30V SUPPLY
16
12
NUMBER
OF
INPUTS
ON
8
4
10°C
20°C 30°C
40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-12. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL645
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Discrete Input Modules
24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input, 16 Point
IC693MDL646
This 24 volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 16 input points in one group with a common power input terminal.
The on and off response times for this module are typically 1 ms. This input module is designed
to have either positive logic or negative logic characteristics. Input characteristics are
compatible with a wide range of user-supplied input devices, such as pushbuttons, limit
switches, and electronic proximity switches. Current into an input point results in a logic 1 in
the input status table (%I). Power to operate the field devices can be supplied by the user, or
an Isolated +24 VDC supply on the power supply (+24V OUT and 0V OUT terminals) can
power a limited number of inputs.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8 (points
9 through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The
surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring
information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The
outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage module. This
module can be installed in any I/O slot in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 6-8. Specifications for IC693MDL646
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
Inputs per Module
Isolation
Input Current
24 volts DC
0 to +30 volts DC
16 (one group with a single common)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
7 mA (typical) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
11.5 to 30 volts DC
0 to +5 volts DC
3.2 mA minimum
1.1 mA maximum
1 ms typical
1 ms typical
Power Consumption: 5V
Power Consumption: 24V
80 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
125 mA from the Isolated 24 volt backplane bus or
from user supplied power
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL646 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 24 volt DC positive/negative logic input module.
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MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
OTHER CIRCUITS
1
2
.1 µ f
3
4
5
6
OPTICAL
COUPLER
7
3.3K
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
ÎÎ
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
Î
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
24V OUT
OV OUT
19
20
NC
Figure 6-13. Field Wiring - 24 Volt DC Pos/Neg Logic Input Module IC693MDL646
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30V SUPPLY
16
12
NUMBER
OF
INPUTS
ON
8
4
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-14. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL646
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Discrete Input Modules
Input Simulator, 8/16 Point
IC693ACC300
The Input Simulator module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller has 16
two-position switches on the front of the module. Each switch can be programmed as a
discrete input device. This module allows simulation of either 8 point or 16 point input
modules. A switch, located in the rear of the module, allows configuration of the module for
either 8 or 16 points. When the mode switch is set for 8 points, only the first 8 switches can
be used. A switch in the ON position results in a logic 1 in the input table (%I). This module
requires no field connections. The Input Simulator is a valuable tool when developing programs
and troubleshooting since it can be substituted for actual inputs until the program or system is
debugged. It can also remain permanently in the system to provide 8 or 16 conditional input
contacts for manual control of output devices.
There are two rows of green LED indicators which correspond to the position of each switch.
The corresponding LED turns ON when the switch is placed in the ON position, and is OFF
when the switch is in the OFF position. The LEDs are arranged in two rows with 8 LEDs in
each row. The top row is labeled A1 through A8, and the bottom row is labeled B1 through
B8.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 6-9. Specifications for IC693ACC300
Inputs per Module
8 or 16 (switch selectable)
Off Response Time
On Response Time
20 milliseconds maximum
30 milliseconds maximum
Internal Power Consumption
120 mA (all inputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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The Input Simulator module does not require any field wiring - just set the mode switch on the
back of the module to 8 or 16 and install the module in the selected I/O slot in a baseplate. An
illustration of the module is shown in the following figure.
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A12345678
F
B12345678
A1
A2
Miniature
Toggle
Switches
A3
A4
A5
I
N
P A6
U
T A7
S A8
I
M B1
U
L B2
A
T
O B3
R
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
( REAR VIEW )
( FRONT VIEW )
Figure 6-15. IC693ACC300 Input Simulator Module
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Discrete Input Modules
24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input
IC693MDL653
This 24 volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 32 input points in four isolated groups with eight points in each
group. Each group has two common pins associated with it, which are tied together internally.
The On and Off response times for this module are 2 milliseconds maximum. This input
module is designed to have both positive and negative logic characteristics. When connected
for positive logic, it sinks current from the input device to the user common or negative power
bus. The input device is connected between the positive power bus and the circuit input. When
connected for negative logic, it sources current through the input device to the user common or
positive power bus. The input device is connected between the negative power bus and the
circuit input. Current into an input point results in a logic 1 in the input status table (%I).
Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of input devices, such as pushbuttons,
limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Power to operate field devices must be
supplied by the user.
Connections to the input circuits are made from the user’s input devices to a 50-pin connector
mounted on the front of the module. Prewired cables having a mating connector on one end
and the wires on the opposite end terminated with terminal lugs are available from GE Fanuc.
This module does not have LED indicators to indicate circuit status. This module can be
installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 6-10. Specification for IC693MDL653
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
24 volts DC
24 volts DC (+10%, –20%)
Inputs per Module[
Isolation
32 (four groups with two commons per group)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Input Current
7.5 mA (average) at rated voltage
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
15 volts DC minimum
6 volts DC maximum
4.5 mA minimum
2 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Internal Power Consumption
5 mA (16 inputs on) from 5 volt bus on the backplane
[ The maximum number of inputs turned on at the same time should be limited to 16 or less.
Refer to data sheet GFK-0867C, or later revision for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL653 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 24 volt DC positive/negative logic, FAST input module.
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TYPICAL CIRCUIT
COM
INPUT
MODULE
CIRCUITRY
CONNECTOR
TERMINALS
FIELD
WIRING
MODULE
CIRCUITRY
CONNECTOR
TERMINALS
49
50
I
16
I
32
I
48
I
15
I
31
I
47
I
30
I
46
I
INPUT
CIRCUIT
MODULE
CIRCUITRY
29
COM (A)
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45
A1
A2
A3
A4
+
I
12
I
28
I
44
I
11
I
27
I
43
I
10
I
42
+
A5
A6
A7
A8
I
CONNECTOR
TERMINALS
FIELD
WIRING
INPUT
CIRCUIT
MODULE
CIRCUITRY
I
7
I
24
I
39
I
6
I
23
I
38
I
22
I
37
I
INPUT
CIRCUIT
COM (B)
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ÎÎÎ
B1
B2
B3
B4
+
+
B5
B6
B7
B8
CONNECTOR
TERMINALS
40
41
FIELD
WIRING
FIELD
WIRING
21
COM (C)
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ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
36
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
+
+
I
3
I
20
I
35
I
2
I
19
I
34
I
1
I
33
I
INPUT
CIRCUIT
COM (D)
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
D1
D2
D3
D4
+
D5
+
D6
D7
D8
Figure 6-16. Field Wiring - 24 Volt Pos/Neg Logic 32 Point Input Module IC693MDL653
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Discrete Input Modules
5/12 VDC (TTL) Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input
IC693MDL654
The 5/12 volt DC (TTL) Positive/Negative Logic Input module for the Series 90-30
Programmable Logic Controller provides 32 discrete TTL voltage threshold input points. The
inputs are arranged in four isolated groups of eight (A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, and D1 - D8);
each group has its own common. The inputs are positive or negative logic inputs and will
operate at levels up to 15V. To be compatible with TTL outputs, the negative logic
configuration should be used as shown in the following diagram.
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USER
CIRCUIT
5V
COMx
TTL
IC
MODULE
INPUT
OUTPUT
INPUTx
A single, regulated +5V supply (current limited to approximately 150 mA) is available through
the I/O connectors on the front of the module. This supply is generated on the module and is
isolated from the backplane. Its power input comes from the +5V logic supply on the PLC
backplane. By installing jumpers on the appropriate pins on the I/O connector, you can choose
to power the inputs from this internal supply instead of powering them with an external user
provided supply. If this internal supply is used to power the inputs, additional loading will be
placed on the PLC’s +5V power supply. Backplane isolation between the field side and logic
side is provided by opto-couplers on the module. There are no special fault or alarm
diagnostics reported. LED indicators (labeled A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, D1 - D8) at the top
of the module provide the ON/OFF status of each input point.
This module is configured as a 32-point input type and uses 32 bits of discrete %I input data.
Current into an input point results in a logic 1 in the input status table. This module can be
installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Connections to the input circuits are made from the user’s input devices to two male (pin-type)
24-pin connectors (Fujitsu FCN-365P024-AU) mounted on the front of the module. The
connector mounted on the right of the module (front view) interfaces with groups A and B. The
connector on the left side of the module interfaces with groups C and D.
Wiring from the module’s connectors to field devices is made through a cable having a mating
female connector on one end and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. You can purchase
a pair of pre-wired cables, catalog numbers IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328 or, if required
for your application, build your own cable. Refer to “Building Cables for 24-Pin Connectors”
in the IC693CBL327/328 data sheet in Appendix C of this manual for more information.
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Table 6-11. Specifications for IC693MDL654
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
5 to 12 volts DC, Positive or Negative Logic
0 to 15 volts DC
Inputs per Module [
32 (four groups of eight inputs each)
98.4 feet (30 meters) , maximum cable length
1500 volts between field side and logic side
250 volts between groups
Isolation
Input Current
3.0 mA (typical ON current @ 5 VDC)
8.5 mA (typical ON current @ 12 VDC)
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
4.2 to 15 volts DC
0 to 2.6 volts DC
2.5 mA (minimum)
1.2 mA (maximum)
1 ms maximum
1 ms maximum
Internal Power Consumption
195 mA (maximum) from +5V bus on backplane; (29
mA + 0.5 mA/point ON + 4.7 mA/LED ON) 440 mA
(maximum) from +5V bus on backplane
(if module isolated +5V supply used to power inputs
and all 32 inputs ON)
96 mA (typical) from user input supply @ 5 VDC and all
32 inputs ON)
272 mA (typical) from user input supply @ 12 VDC and
all 32 inputs ON)
+5 volts DC ±5%
150 mA (typical)
Isolated +5V Supply
Current limit
[ Maximum number of inputs ON is dependent on ambient temperature as shown in the figure below.
Refer to data sheet GFK-0867C, or later revision for product standards and general specifications.
8
5/12V SUPPLY
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15V SUPPLY
NUMBER OF 6
INPUTS/GROUP
ON
4
4 INPUTS
PER GROUP ON
2
10°C 20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-17. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL654
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Discrete Input Modules
IC693MDL654 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figures provide wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 5/12 volt DC (TTL) pos/neg logic input module.
5V
5V
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0.01
10K
1.3K
56K
ICS
INPUT
0.5W
0.22 µf
680
820
COMMON
LED
0V
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Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
D1
D3
D5
D7
DCOM
NC
*
I/O
CONN
(CD)
B12
A12
B11
A11
B10
A10
B9
A9
B8
A8
B7
A7
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
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ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
D2
A1
D4
A3
D6
A5
D8
A7
ACOM
NC
NC
0V
*
5V
(OUT)
B6
A6
NC
B5
A5
B4
A4
B3
A3
B2
A2
B1
A1
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
C8
C6
C4
C2
NC
CCOM
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
C7
C5
C3
C1
*
0V
I/O
CONN
NC
(AB)
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
B8
B6
B4
B2
MODE 0
MODE 1
0V
0V
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
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A2
A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
A5
B5
A6
B6
+5V
(OUT)
A7
B7
NC
A8
B8
A9
B9
A10
B10
A11
B11
A12
B12
A4
A6
A8
NC
*
BCOM
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
B7
B5
B3
B1
= FUJITSU CONNECTOR PINS A1 – A12, B1 – B12. MODULE POINT NUMBERS ARE SHOWN IN BOLD TEXT.
* GENERATED +5V SUPPLY MAY BE USED IN PLACE OF AN EXTERNAL USER SUPPLY
INTERNALLY
Figure 6-18. Field Wiring 5/12 Volt DC (TTL) Pos/Neg Logic 32-Point Input Module IC69MDL654
GFK-0898F
Chapter 6 – Discrete Input Modules
6-23
6
Field Wiring Work Sheet for IC693MDL654
The following table is provided for the convenience of our customers as an aid to wiring 32-point
I/O modules that have 24-pin connectors using cable IC693CBL315. It includes all of the required
wiring information in one table. This table has the following information:
h
h
h
h
module point number:
connector pin number:
cable pair number:
wire color code:
A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, D1 - D8, voltage and common points
A1 through A12, and B1 through B12
pair 1 through pair 12
base color or base color with tracer color
Columns are also provided for circuit references and customer wire numbers. Please copy and
use the work sheets on this and the following page as needed when wiring the 5/12 VDC (TTL)
Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input module.
Wiring for Module Groups A and B (connector on right front of module)
Reference
6-24
Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
A1
A1
1
Brown
A2
B1
7
Violet
A3
A2
1
Brown/Black
A4
B2
7
Violet/Black
A5
A3
2
Red
A6
B3
8
White
A7
A4
2
Red/Black
Wire Color Code
A8
B4
8
White/Black
A Common
A5
3
Orange
N/C
B5
9
Gray
N/C
A6
3
Orange/Black
+5V OUT
B6
9
Gray/Black
0 VOLTS
A7
4
Yellow
N/C
B7
10
Pink
N/C
A8
4
Yellow/Black
B Common
B8
10
Pink/Black
B8
A9
5
Dark Green
B7
B9
11
Light Blue
B6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
B5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
B4
A11
6
Dark Blue
B3
B11
12
Light Green
B2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
B1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
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Wire Number
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Discrete Input Modules
6
Wiring for Module Groups C and D (connector on left front of module)
Reference
GFK-0898F
Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
C1
A1
1
Brown
C2
B1
7
Violet
C3
A2
1
Brown/Black
C4
B2
7
Violet/Black
C5
A3
2
Red
C6
B3
8
White
C7
A4
2
Red/Black
C8
B4
8
White/Black
C Common
A5
3
Orange
N/C
B5
9
Gray
N/C
A6
3
Orange/Black
+5V OUT
B6
9
Gray/Black
0 VOLTS
A7
4
Yellow
N/C
B7
10
Pink
N/C
A8
4
Yellow/Black
D Common
B8
10
Pink/Black
D8
A9
5
Dark Green
D7
B9
11
Light Blue
D6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
D5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
D4
A11
6
Dark Blue
D3
B11
12
Light Green
D2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
D1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
Chapter 6 – Discrete Input Modules
Wire Color Code
Wire Number
6-25
6
24 VDC Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input
IC693MDL655
The 24 volt DC Positive/Negative Logic Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 32 discrete input points. The inputs are arranged in four isolated
groups of eight (A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, and D1 - D8); each group has its own common.
The inputs are positive or negative logic inputs and will operate at levels up to 30V.
Backplane isolation between the field side and logic side is provided by opto-couplers on the
module. Isolation is also provided between the four groups of inputs on the module, however
each group of eight inputs is referenced to the same user common connection. There are no
special fault or alarm diagnostics reported. LED indicators (labeled A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8,
D1 - D8) at the top of the module provide the ON/OFF status of each input point.
This module is configured as a 32-point input type and uses 32 bits of discrete %I input data.
Current into an input point results in a logic 1 in the input status table. Power to operate field
devices can be supplied by the user, or from the isolated +24 VDC supply available at the
module’s I/O connectors. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot
baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Connections to the input circuits are made from the user’s input devices to two male (pin-type)
24-pin connectors (Fujitsu FCN-365P024-AU) mounted on the front of the module. The
connector mounted on the right of the module (front view) interfaces with groups A and B. The
connector on the left side of the module interfaces with groups C and D.
Wiring from the module’s connectors to field devices is made through a cable having a mating
female connector on one end and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. You can purchase
a pair of pre-wired cables, catalog numbers IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328 or, if required
for your application, build your own cable. Refer to “Building Cables for 24-Pin Connectors”
in the IC693CBL327/328 data sheet in Appendix C of this manual for more information.
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Discrete Input Modules
6
Table 6-12. Specifications for IC693MDL655
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage Range
24 volts DC, Positive or Negative Logic
0 to 30 volts DC
Inputs per Module [
Isolation
32 (four groups of eight inputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
250 volts between groups
Input Current
7.0 mA (typical ON current @ 24 VDC)
Input Characteristics
On-state Voltage
Off-state Voltage
On-state Current
Off-state Current
On response Time
Off response Time
11.5 to 30 volts DC
0 to 5 volts DC
3.2 mA (minimum)
1.1 mA (maximum)
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Internal Power Consumption
195 mA (maximum) from +5V bus on backplane;
(29 mA +0.5 mA/point ON +4.7 mA/LED ON)
224 mA (typical) from isolated +24V bus on
backplane or from user input supply @ 24 VDC
and all 32 inputs ON)
[ Maximum number of inputs ON is dependent on ambient temperature as shown in the figure below.
Refer to data sheet GFK-0867F (or later revision) for product standards and general specifications.
a45137
NUMBER
OF
INPUTS/GROUP
ON
8
24V SUPPLY
6
30V SUPPLY
4 INPUTS
PER GROUP ON
4
3 INPUTS
PER GROUP ON
2
35°C
10°C
20°C 30°C
40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 6-19. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC694MDL655
GFK-0898F
Chapter 6 – Discrete Input Modules
6-27
6
IC693MDL655 Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following two figures provide wiring information for connecting user supplied input
devices and power source to the 24 volt DC (TTL) positive/negative logic input module. The
first figure shows a typical input circuit. The second figure shows how field devices are
connected to the module.
5V
a45038
5V
0.01
10K
3.3K
56K
ICS
INPUT
0.5W
0.22 µ f
680
820
COMMON
LED
0V
MODE 0
MODE 1
0V
0V
Module point numbers in the following figure are shown in bold text.
a45037
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ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
D1
B11
A11
B10
A10
B9
A9
B8
A8
NC
NC
B7
A7
0V
+24V
(OUT)
B6
A6
NC
NC
B5
A5
B4
A4
B3
A3
B2
A2
B1
A1
D5
D7
DCOM
*
D2
A12
D3
I/O
CONN
(CD)
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ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
B12
D4
D6
D8
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
C6
C4
C2
CCOM
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
C7
C5
C3
C1
A1
A3
A5
A7
ACOM
NC
*
C8
ÎÎ
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
*
0V
I/O
CONN
(AB) NC
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
B8
B6
B4
B2
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
A2
A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
A5
B5
NC
A6
B6
+24V
(OUT)
A7
B7
NC
A8
B8
A9
B9
A10
B10
A11
B11
A12
B12
A4
A6
A8
*
BCOM
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
B7
B5
B3
B1
MODULE POINT NUMBERS ARE SHOWN IN BOLD TEXT.
= FUJITSU CONNECTOR PINS A1 – A12, B1 – B12
* BACKPLANE ISOLATED +24V SUPPLY MAY BE USED IN LIEU OF EXTERNAL USER SUPPLY
Figure 6-20. Field Wiring 24 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic 32-Point Input Module IC693MDL655
6-28
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GFK-0898F
Discrete Input Modules
6
Field Wiring Work Sheet for IC693MDL655
The following table is provided for the convenience of our customers as an aid to wiring the 24-pin
connectors using cable IC693CBL315. It includes all of the required wiring information in one
table. This table has the following information:
h
h
h
h
module point number:
connector pin number:
cable pair number:
wire color code:
A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, D1 - D8, voltage and common points
A1 through A12, and B1 through B12
pair 1 through pair 12
base color or base color with tracer color
Columns are also provided for circuit references and customer wire numbers. Please copy and
use the work sheets on this and the following page as needed when wiring the 24 VDC
Positive/Negative Logic, 32 Point Input module.
Wiring for Module Groups A and B (connector on right front of module)
Reference
Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
A1
A1
1
Brown
A2
B1
7
Violet
A3
A2
1
Brown/Black
A4
B2
7
Violet/Black
A5
A3
2
Red
A6
B3
8
White
A7
A4
2
Red/Black
A8
B4
8
White/Black
A5
3
Orange
N/C
B5
9
Gray
N/C
A6
3
Orange/Black
+24V OUT
B6
9
Gray/Black
0 VOLTS
A7
4
Yellow
N/C
B7
10
Pink
N/C
A8
4
Yellow/Black
B8
10
Pink/Black
B8
A9
5
Dark Green
B7
B9
11
Light Blue
B6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
B5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
B4
A11
6
Dark Blue
B3
B11
12
Light Green
B2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
B1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
A Common
B Common
GFK-0898F
Wire Color Code
Chapter 6 – Discrete Input Modules
Wire Number
6-29
6
Wiring for Module Groups C and D (connector on left front of module)
Reference
Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
C1
A1
1
Brown
C2
B1
7
Violet
C3
A2
1
Brown/Black
C4
B2
7
Violet/Black
C5
A3
2
Red
C6
B3
8
White
C7
A4
2
Red/Black
C8
B4
8
White/Black
A5
3
Orange
N/C
B5
9
Gray
N/C
A6
3
Orange/Black
+24V OUT
B6
9
Gray/Black
0 VOLTS
A7
4
Yellow
N/C
B7
10
Pink
N/C
A8
4
Yellow/Black
C Common
D Common
6-30
Wire Color Code
B8
10
Pink/Black
D8
A9
5
Dark Green
D7
B9
11
Light Blue
D6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
D5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
D4
A11
6
Dark Blue
D3
B11
12
Light Green
D2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
D1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications – July 2000
Wire Number
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Chapter
7 Discrete Output Modules
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figure bi level 1
table_big level 1
7
IC693DVM300 5VDC Input/24VDC Output Digital Valve Driver Module
This 4-channel digital valve driver module is capable of driving loads of up to 1.6 Amps at 24
VDC. Although it mounts in a standard Series 90-30 PLC slot, it does not connect to the PLC
backplane. Its control power and output power are supplied externally. (The GE Fanuc
IC690PWR124 stand–alone power supply would be a suitable choice for the 24VDC output
power.) This module is designed for TTL–level (5 Vdc) inputs.
DIG CH:
1
3
2
4
PWR
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OUTPUT
28V 1.6A max.
1
+28V.IN
2
3
+28V.RET
AUX.OUT.+15
4
5
AUX.OUT.–15
DIGITAL.1.IN
6
7
DIGITAL.2.IN
DIGITAL.3.IN
8
9
DIGITAL.4.IN
DIGITAL.RET
10
11
+28V1.IN
+28V2.IN
12
13
28V1&2.RET
VALVE.1.OUT
14
15
VALVE.1.RET
VALVE.2.OUT
16
17
VALVE.2.RET
VALVE.3.OUT
18
VALVE.3.RET
VALVE.4.OUT
19
20
VALVE.4.RET
Figure 7-1. IC693DVM300 Digital Valve Driver Module
Indicator LEDs
GFK-0898F
DIG CH: 1 - 4: These light when their corresponding input is at a Logic 1 level.
PWR: Lights to indicate the presence of +26 VDC (nominal) input power on terminals 1
and 2.
7-1
7
DVM Specifications
Table 7-1. IC693DVM300 Specifications
OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Outputs (Channels) per Module
4
Isolation
2500 Vrms (optical isolation)
Nominal Output Voltage
24 Vdc
Power Supply for Output Channels
26 Vdc nominal, 21 Vdc minimum, 35 Vdc
maximum
Output Current
1.6 Amps maximum per channel
6.4 Amps maximum total per module
Output Voltage Drop (fully loaded)
0.32 Vdc
Off state leakage current
26 µA at 26 Vdc operating voltage
Turn-on response time
< 1 µS with resistive load
Turn-off response time
< 1 µS with resistive load
Output protection (per channel)
Reversed-biased zener diode for
free-wheeling inductive current. Also 36 Volt
transorb for ESD and surge protection.
INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Input Voltage
5 VDC (TTL) nominal, 12Vdc Maximum
Logic 1 Level
Logic 1: V > 3.5 Vdc
Logic 0: V < 0.7 Vdc
Input Current
3.8 mA nominal
Input protection
13.3 Volt transorb
AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY OUTPUTS
Voltage and Current
+15 VDC @ 0.3A and –15 VDC @ 0.2A
Isolation
Not isolated
MODULE POWER REQUIREMENTS
Power Consumption (Does not consume
any power from PLC backplane.)
Input Voltage
5.6 Watts (with all outputs on) from external
supply connected to terminals 1 and 2 (does
not include power consumed by outputs)
+26 VDC nominal, 35 VDC maximum
continuous
Fuses
7-2
Quantity 1 – Module control power. 1 Amp. Buss GDB-1A.
Quantity 4 – One for each output. 2 Amps. Littlefuse 239002.
Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications – July 2000
GFK-0898F
Discrete Output Modules
7
DVM Connections
Table 7-2. IC693DVM300 Connections
GFK-0898F
Pin
No.
Signal Name
Connection Description
1
+28V.IN
Module Control Power + input terminal (common on pin 2).
Supplies power to module’s signal-level circuits and auxiliary +15
and –15 Volt power supplies (pins 2, 3, and 4). Requires external 26
VDC (nominal) power supply
2
+28V.RET
Common terminal for Module Control Power (pin 1).
3
AUX.OUT.+15 + 15 Vdc @ 0.3A Auxiliary power output for external circuits. Not
isolated. Developed from input power on pins 1 and 2.
4
AUT.XOUT.–1 – 15 Vdc @ 0.2A Auxiliary power output for external circuits. Not
5
isolated. Developed from input power on pins 1 and 2.
5
DIGITAL.1.IN
Channel 1 TTL input connection (common on pin 9)
6
DIGITAL.2.IN
Channel 2 TTL input connection (common on pin 9)
7
DIGITAL.3.IN
Channel 3 TTL input connection (common on pin 9)
8
DIGITAL.4.IN
Channel 4 TTL input connection (common on pin 9)
9
DIGITAL.RET
Common connection for Digital Input Channels 1 – 4 (pins 5 – 8)
10
+28V1.IN
Power Supply connection for Output Channels 1 and 2 (common on
pin 12). Required external 26 VDC (nominal) power supply.
11
+28V2.IN
Power Supply connection for Output Channels 3 and 4 (common on
pin 12). Required external 26 VDC (nominal) power supply.
12
28V1&2.RET
Common connection for both Output Channel Power Supply inputs
(pins 10 and 11)
13
VALVE1.OUT
Channel 1 Output connection (return on pin 14)
14
VALVE1.RET
Return connection for Channel 1 Output (pin 13)
15
VALVE2.OUT
Channel 2 Output connection (return on pin 16)
16
VALVE2.RET
Return connection for Channel 2 Output (pin 15)
17
VALVE3.OUT
Channel 3 Output connection (return on pin 18)
18
VALVE3.RET
Return connection for Channel 3 Output (pin 17)
19
VALVE4.OUT
Channel 4 Output connection (return on pin 20)
20
VALVE4.RET
Return connection for Channel 4 Output (pin 19)
Chapter 7 – Discrete Output Modules
7-3
7
120 Volt AC Output - 0.5 Amp, 12 Point
IC693MDL310
The 120 volt, 0.5 Amp AC Output module provides 12 output points in two isolated groups with
six points in each group. Each group has a separate common associated with it (the two
commons are not tied together inside the module). This allows each group to be used on
different phases of the AC supply, or powered from the same supply. Each group is protected
with a 3 amp fuse, and an RC snubber is provided for each output to protect against transient
electrical noise on the power line. This module provides a high-degree of inrush current (10x
the rated current) which makes the outputs suitable for controlling a wide range of inductive
and incandescent loads. AC Power to operate loads connected to outputs must be user supplied.
This module requires an AC power source.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are at the top of the module.
The LEDs are arranged in two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row and a red
LED centered between and to the right of the two rows. This module uses the first six LEDs,
labeled A1 through 6 in the top row and the first six LEDs, labeled B1 through 6, in the bottom
row, for output status. The red LED (labeled F) functions as a blown fuse indicator that turns
ON if any of the fuses should blow. An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of
the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is
closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on
the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a
high-voltage module. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in
a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Although this module is configured as a 16 point output, only outputs 1 through 6 and 9
through 14 are available to be referenced in your program. For example, if the starting
reference is Q0017, then valid references are Q17 through Q22 and Q25 through Q30.
Table 7-3. Specifications for IC693MDL310
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
Outputs per Module
Isolation
Output Current Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Minimum Load Current
Output Voltage Drop
Output Leakage Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Power Consumption
120 volts AC
85 to 132 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
12 (two groups of six outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between each group
0.5 amp maximum per point
1 amp maximum per group at 60C (140F)
2 amps maximum per group at 50C (122F)
5 amps maximum for one cycle
50 mA
1.5 volts maximum
3 mA maximum at 120 volts AC
1 ms maximum
1/2 cycle maximum
210 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in graph on following page.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
7-4
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GFK-0898F
Discrete Output Modules
7
IC693MDL310 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 120 volt AC output module.
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MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
A1
.022
2
100Ω
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ÎÎ
A3
4
A4
5
A5
47
OPTICAL
COUPLER
A2
3
6
A6
7
OTHER CIRCUITS
8
NC
NC
10
NC
H
9
3.0A
~N
B1
11
B2
12
B3
13
14
B4
15
B5
16
B6
17
18
NC
NC
20
NC
19
H
~N
Figure 7-2. IC693MDL310 Output Module Field Wiring
a43852
4
4 AMPS
3
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD 2
CURRENT
(AMPS)
1
2 AMPS
10°C
20°C
30°C
40°C
50°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
60°C
Figure 7-3. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL310
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7
120/240 Volt AC Output - 2 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL330
This 2 amp AC output module has a catalog number with a D or later suffix (i.e.,
IC693MDL330D); previous versions (modules with a C or earlier suffix) were rated at 1 amp.
The 120/240 volt, 2 Amp AC Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides 8 output points in two isolated groups with four points in each group. Each
group has a separate common associated with it. The two commons are not tied together
inside the module. This allows each group to be used on different phases of the AC supply, or
they can be powered from the same supply. Each group is protected with a 5 amp fuse for
each common, and an RC snubber is provided for each output to protect against transient
electrical noise on the power line. This module provides a high-degree of inrush current (10x
the rated current) which makes the outputs suitable for controlling a wide range of inductive
and incandescent loads. AC Power (DC power cannot be used) to operate loads connected to
outputs must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. There are two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row and a red LED
centered between and to the right of the two rows. This module uses the upper eight LEDs,
labeled A1 through 8 for output status. The red “F” LED is a blown fuse indicator that turns
ON if any of the fuses should blow. An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of
the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is
closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can be recorded
on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a
high-voltage module. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in
a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-4. Specifications for IC693MDL330
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
Outputs per Module
Isolation
120/240 volts AC
85 to 264 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
8 (two groups of four outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between each group
Output Current 2 amp maximum per point
4 amps maximum per group at 40 C (104F)
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Minimum Load Current
Output Voltage Drop
Output Leakage Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Power Consumption
20 amps maximum for one cycle
100 mA
1.5 volts maximum
3 mA maximum at 120 volts AC
6 mA maximum at 240 volts AC
1 ms maximum
1/2 cycle maximum
160 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in graph on following page.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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7
IC693MDL330 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user
supplied input devices and power source to the 120/240 volt AC output, 2 Amp
module.
a43105
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
1
OPTICAL
COUPLER
100Ω
47
FIELD WIRING
NC
2
Î
Î
Î
3
A1
NC
4
5
A2
NC
6
7
A3
NC
8
OTHER CIRCUITS
9
.047
A4
NC
10
5A
11
H
~
N
NC
A5
12
13
NC
14
A6
NC
15
16
17
A7
NC
18
19
A8
NC
20
H
~
N
Figure 7-4. Field Wiring - 120/240 Volt AC Output, 2 Amp Module IC693MDL330
a43703
8
4
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD
2
CURRENT
(AMPS)
2 AMPS
1
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-5. Input Points vs. Temperature for IC693MDL330
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7
120 Volt AC Output - 0.5 Amp, 16 Point
IC693MDL340
The 120 volt, 0.5 Amp AC Output module provides 16 output points in two isolated groups with
eight points in each group. Each group has a separate common associated with it (the two
commons are not tied together inside the module). This allows each group to be used on
different phases of the AC supply, or they can be powered from the same supply. Each group
is protected with a 3 amp fuse, and an RC snubber is provided for each output to protect
against transient electrical noise on the power line. This module provides a high-degree of
inrush current which makes the outputs suitable for controlling a wide range of inductive and
incandescent loads. AC Power to operate loads connected to outputs must be supplied by the
user. This module requires an AC power source.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. There are two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row and a red LED
centered between and to the right of the two rows. This module uses the two rows of green
LEDs, labeled A1 through 8 and B1 through 8 for output status. The red LED (labeled F) is a
blown fuse indicator that turns ON if either of the fuses should blow. A load must be
connected to the blown fuse for the indicator to light. An insert goes between the inside and
outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the
hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can
be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to
indicate a high-voltage module. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot
baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-5. Specifications for IC693MDL340
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
Outputs per Module
Isolation
Output Current
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Minimum Load Current
Output Voltage Drop
Output Leakage Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Power Consumption
120 volts AC
85 to 132 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
16 (two groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between each group
0.5 amp maximum per point
3 amps maximum per group
20 amps maximum for one cycle
50 mA
1.5 volts maximum
2 mA maximum at 120 volts AC
1 ms maximum
1/2 cycle maximum
315 mA (all outputs ON) from 5 volt bus
on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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7
IC693MDL340 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 120 volt AC output module.
a44961
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
22
SOLID
STATE RELAY
Î
Î
A1
2
A2
4
A4
6
A6
8
A8
A3
3
5
0.022
A5
7
OTHER CIRCUITS
A7
H
9
10
3.0A
~
N
NC
11
B1
12
B2
13
B3
14
B4
16
B6
18
B8
15
B5
17
B7
H
19
20
~
N
NC
Figure 7-6. IC693MDL340 Output Module Field Wiring
a44962
6 AMPS
6
5
TOTAL
4
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT 3
(AMPS)
2
1
10°C
20°C
30°C
40°C 50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-7. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL340
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7
120/240 Volt AC Isolated Output - 2 Amp, 5 Point
IC693MDL390
The 120/240 volt, 2 Amp Isolated AC Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides 5 isolated output points with each point having a separate common. Each
output circuit is isolated from the others relative to the AC power source; commons are not tied
together inside the module. This allows each output circuit to be used on different phases of the
AC supply, or they can be powered from the same supply. Outputs are individually fused with a 3
amp fuse and an RC snubber is provided for each output to protect against transient electrical noise
on the power line. This module provides a high-degree of inrush current (greater than 10x the
rated current) making the outputs suitable for controlling a wide range of inductive and
incandescent loads. AC Power to operate the loads connected to the outputs must be supplied by
the user. This module requires an AC power source, it can not be used with a DC power source.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. These LEDs are arranged in two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row
and a red LED centered between and to the right of the two rows. This module uses the first
five LEDs, labeled A1 through 5 in the top row for output status. The red “F” LED is a blown
fuse indicator that turns ON if any fuse should blow. An insert goes between the inside and
outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the
hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can
be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to
indicate a high-voltage module. This module can be installed in any I/O slot in a Series 90-30
PLC system, and it should be configured as an 8 point output with programs referencing the
five least significant bits.
Table 7-6. Specifications for IC693MDL390
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
Outputs per Module
Isolation
Output Current Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Minimum Load Current
Output Voltage Drop
Output Leakage Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Power Consumption
120/240 volts AC
85 to 264 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
5 (each output isolated from the others)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between each output
2 amps maximum per point
5 amps maximum per module at 45 C (113 F)
2 amps maximum per module at 60 C (140 F)
25 amps maximum for one cycle
100 mA
1.5 volts maximum
3 mA maximum at 120 volts AC
6 mA maximum at 240 volts AC
1 ms maximum
1/2 cycle maximum
110 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in graph on following page.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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7
IC693MDL390 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input devices
and power source to the 120/240 volt isolated AC output module.
a43096
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
3.0A
FIELD WIRING
NC
1
H
2
47
100Ω
OPTICAL
COUPLER
Î
Î
Î
N
NC
3
4
A1
NC
5
6
H
~
N
NC
7
A2
8
NC
9
10
.047
~
11
H
~
N
NC
A3
12
13
NC
14
H
~
N
NC
15
16
A4
NC
17
H
18
~
N
NC
19
20
A5
Figure 7-8. IC693MDL390 Output Module Field Wiring
a43835
5
5 AMPS
4
TOTAL
MODULE 3
LOAD
CURRENT 2
(AMPS)
2 AMPS
1
45°C
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-9. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL390
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7
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output - 2 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL730
The 12/24 volt DC Positive Logic 2 Amp Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 8 output points in one group with a common power input terminal.
This output module is designed to have positive logic characteristics in that it sources current to
the loads from the user common or positive power bus. The output device is connected
between the negative power bus and the module output. The output characteristics are
compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids,
and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must come from an external power supply
supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row. This
module uses the top row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8). A red LED (labeled “F”)
on the right and centered between the two rows of green LEDs functions as a blown fuse
indicator; it turns ON when any fuse is blown. The module has two 5 Amp fuses with each fuse
protecting four outputs; the first fuse protects A1 - A4, the second fuse protects A5 - A8. The
fuses are electrically connected to the same common. An insert goes between the inside and
outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the
hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can
be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to
indicate a low-voltage module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 7-7. Specifications for IC693MDL730
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
8 (one group of eight outputs)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Output Current 2 amps maximum per point
2 amps maximum per fuse at 60C (140F)
4 amps maximum per fuse at 50C (122F)
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
9.4 amps for 10 ms
1.2 volts maximum
1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Power Consumption
55 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in graph on next page.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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7
Discrete Output Modules
IC693MDL730 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC positive logic 2 amp output module.
a43097
OTHER
CIRCUITS
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
5A
Fuse for
Outputs
A5 – A8
OTHER
CIRCUITS
5A
1
Fuse for
Outputs
A1 – A4
3
2
4
A1
6
A2
8
A3
10
A4
5
7
9
+
11
12
A5
14
A6
13
15
16
A7
18
A8
17
1 µf
19
OTHER
CIRCUITS
20
Figure 7-10. IC693MDL730 Output Module Field Wiring
a43836
1A PER
POINT
8
2A PER
POINT
6
TOTAL
MODULE
4
LOAD
CURRENT
(AMPS)
2
4 AMPS
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-11. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL730
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7
Installing and Removing IC693MDL730 Terminal Boards with
Holding Screws
Discrete output modules IC693MDL730F (and later versions) and IC693MDL731F (and later
versions) have a special terminal board that is equipped with holding screws, as shown in the
figure below. These screws prevent the terminal board-to-module connections from
deteriorating in applications where the PLC is subjected to severe vibration .
a43082B
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
Hinged Cover
2
Holding Screw
Removeable Terminal Board
Holding Screw
4
A1
6
A2
8
A3
10
A4
+
12
A5
–
14
A6
16
A7
18
A8
20
IC693MDL730F
Module Catalog Number
Figure 7-12. Terminal Board with Holding Screws
7-14
Removing: To Remove these terminal boards, first loosen the two holding screws on the
front of the terminal board, then follow the standard removal instructions in the section
“Removing an I/O Module’s Terminal Board.” The holding screws are held captive in the
terminal board and do not have to be completely removed.
Installing: To install these terminal boards, follow the standard installation instructions in
the section “Installing an I/O Module’s Terminal Board,” then tighten the two holding
screws to 8 to 10 inch pounds (1 Newton-meter) of torque.
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Discrete Output Modules
12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic Output - 2 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL731
The 12/24 volt DC Negative Logic 2 Amp Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 8 output points in one group with a common power output terminal.
This output module is designed to have negative logic characteristics in that it sinks current
from the loads to the user common or negative power bus. The output device is connected
between the positive power bus and the module output. The output characteristics are
compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids,
and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row. This
module uses only the top row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8). A red LED (labeled
“F”)on the right and centered between the two rows of green LEDs functions as a blown fuse
indicator; it turns ON when any fuse is blown. The module has two 5 amp fuses with each fuse
protecting four outputs; the first fuse protects A1 - A4, the second fuse protects A5 - A8. The
fuses are electrically connected to the same common. An insert goes between the inside and
outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the
hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can
be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to
indicate a low-voltage module. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot
baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-8. Specifications for IC693MDL731
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
Outputs per Module
Isolation
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
8 (one group of eight outputs)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Output Current 2 amps maximum per point
4 amps maximum per fuse at 50 C (122 F)
2 amps maximum per fuse at 60 C (140 F)
Output Characteristics
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
0.75 volts maximum
1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Power Consumption
55 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in figure 2-27.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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7-15
7
IC693MDL731 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC negative logic 2 amp output module.
a43099
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
OTHER
CIRCUITS
2
3
4
A1
6
A2
8
A3
10
A4
12
A5
14
A6
16
A7
18
A8
5
7
9
11
13
15
1µ f
Fuse for
Outputs
A5 – A8
OTHER
CIRCUITS
Fuse for
Outputs
A1 – A4
OTHER
CIRCUITS
Î Î
5A
Î
ÎÎ
Î ÎÎ
5A
17
19
20
Figure 7-13. IC693MDL731 Output Module Field Wiring
a43836
1A PER
POINT
8
2A PER
POINT
6
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD 4
CURRENT
(AMPS)
2
4 AMPS
10°C
20°C 30°C
40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-14. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL731
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Discrete Output Modules
Installing and Removing IC693MDL731 Terminal Boards with
Holding Screws
Discrete output modules IC693MDL730F (and later) and IC693MDL731F (and later) have a
special terminal board that is equipped with holding screws, as shown in the figure below.
These screws prevent the terminal board-to-module connections from deteriorating in
applications where the PLC is subjected to severe vibration .
a43082C
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
Hinged Cover
2
Holding Screw
Removeable Terminal Board
Holding Screw
4
A1
6
A2
8
A3
10
A4
+
12
A5
–
14
A6
16
A7
18
A8
20
IC693MDL731F
Module Catalog Number
Figure 7-15. Terminal Board with Holding Screws
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Removing: To Remove these terminal boards, first loosen the two holding screws on the
front of the terminal board, then follow the standard removal instructions in Chapter 2.
The holding screws are held captive in the terminal board and do not have to be completely
removed.
Installing: To install these terminal boards, follow the standard installation instructions in
Chapter 2, then tighten the two holding screws to 8 to 10 inch pounds (1 Newton-meter) of
torque.
Chapter 7 – Discrete Output Modules
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7
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output - 0.5 Amp, 8 Point
IC693MDL732
This 12/24 volt DC Positive Logic 0.5 Amp Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 8 output points in one group of eight with a common power output
terminal. This output module is designed to have positive logic characteristics in that it
sources current to the loads from the user common or positive power bus. The output device is
connected between the negative power bus and the module output. The output characteristics
are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters,
solenoids, and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row with the
top row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8
(points 9 through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged
door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has
circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside
surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage
module. There are no fuses on this module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 7-9. Specifications for IC693MDL732
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
8 (one group of eight outputs)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Output Current
0.5 amps maximum per point
2 amps maximum per common
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
4.78 amps for 10 ms
1 volt maximum
1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Power Consumption
50 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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7
IC693MDL732 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC positive logic - 0.5 amp output module.
a44567
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
+
1
2
A1
4
A3
6
A5
8
A7
3
A2
5
A4
7
1 µf
A6
9
A8
10
OTHER
CIRCUITS
11
NC
12
13
NC
NC
14
15
NC
NC
16
NC
18
NC
NC
17
NC
19
20
NC
Figure 7-16. IC693MDL732 Output Module Field Wiring
a43704
2
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT
(AMPS)
2 AMPS
1.5
1
.5
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-17. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL732
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7
12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic 0.5 Amp Output - 8 Point
IC693MDL733
The 12/24 volt DC Negative Logic 0.5 Amp Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 8 output points in one group with a common power output terminal.
This output module is designed to have negative logic characteristics in that it sinks current
from the loads to the user common or negative power bus. The output device is connected
between the positive power bus and the module output. The output characteristics are
compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids,
and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) is used by this module. An insert goes between
the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module
(when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification
information can be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is
color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage module. There are no fuses on this module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 7-10. Specifications for IC693MDL733
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
8 (one group)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Output Current
0.5 amps maximum per point
2 amps maximum per common
Output Characteristics
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
0.5 volts maximum
1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Power Consumption
50 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL733 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 8 point 12/24 volt DC negative logic 0.5 amp output module.
a45118
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
2
A1
4
A3
6
A5
8
A7
3
A2
5
A4
7
1 µf
A6
9
A8
+
10
OTHER
CIRCUITS
NC
11
12
13
NC
NC
14
15
NC
NC
16
17
NC
NC
18
19
NC
NC
20
NC
Figure 7-18. IC693MDL733 Output Module Field Wiring
a45051
2.0
TOTAL 1.5
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT 1.0
(AMPS)
0.5
10°C
20°C
30°C
40°C
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-19. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL733
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125 Volt DC Positive/Negative Logic 1 Amp Output - 6 Point
IC693MDL734
The 125 volt DC Positive/Negative Logic 1 Amp Output module for the Series 90-30
Programmable Logic Controller provides 6 isolated output points . Each output has a separate
common output terminal associated with it. This output module is designed to have either
positive logic characteristics in that it sources current to the loads from the user common or
positive power bus; or negative logic characteristics in that it sinks current from the loads to the
user common or negative power bus. The output characteristics are compatible with a wide
range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids, and indicators. Power to
operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row. This
module uses the first six LEDs in the top row, labeled A1 through 6 (points 1 through 6) for
output status. An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The
surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring
information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The
outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a high-voltage module. External
fusing is recommended. Two amp loads can be driven by wiring and driving two outputs in
parallel.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 7-11. Specifications for IC693MDL734
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
125 volts DC
+10.8 to +150 volts DC
Outputs per Module
Isolation
6 (isolated)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between outputs
Output Current
1 amp maximum per point
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
15.89 amps for 10 ms
1 volt maximum
1 mA maximum
7 ms maximum
5 ms maximum
Power Consumption
90 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL734 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 125 volt DC positive/negative logic 1 amp output module.
a45142
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
1
2
A1
4
A2
3
5
6
8
A3
10
A4
9
12
OR
OR
A1
A2
NC
NC
7
11
POSITIVE
LOGIC
NEGATIVE
LOGIC
OR
OR
A3
A4
NC
NC
13
14
A5
16
A6
15
OR
OR
A5
A6
NC
17
18
NC
NC
19
20
NC
Figure 7-20. IC697MDL734 Output Module Field Wiring
a45240
6 AMPS
6
5
TOTAL
4
MODULE
LOAD
3
CURRENT
2
(AMPS)
1
10°C
20°C
30°C
40°C
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-21. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL734
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12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output - 0.5 Amp, 16 Point
IC693MDL740
The 12/24 volt DC Positive Logic 0.5 Amp Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 16 output points in two groups of eight with a common power output
terminal for each group. This output module is designed to have positive logic characteristics
in that it sources current to the loads from the user common or positive power bus. The output
device is connected between the negative power bus and the module output. The output
characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor
starters, solenoids, and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the
user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row with the
top row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8
(points 9 through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door.
The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit
wiring information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside
surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage
module. There are no fuses on this module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 7-12. Specifications for IC693MDL740
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
16 (two groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between groups
Output Current
0.5 amps maximum per point
2 amps maximum per common
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
4.78 amps for 10 ms
1 volt maximum
1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Power Consumption
110 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL740 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC positive logic - 0.5 amp output module.
a43098
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
+
1
2
A1
3
A2
4
A3
6
A5
8
A7
5
A4
7
1µ f
A6
9
A8
10
OTHER
CIRCUITS
+
11
12
B1
14
B3
16
B5
18
B7
13
B2
15
B4
17
B6
19
B8
20
Figure 7-22. IC693MDL740 Output Module Field Wiring
a45049
4
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT
(AMPS)
3
2
1
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-23. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL740
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12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic 0.5 Amp Output - 16 Point
IC693MDL741
The 12/24 volt DC Negative Logic 0.5 Amp Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 16 output points in two groups. Each group has a common power
output terminal. This output module is designed to have negative logic characteristics in that it
sinks current from the loads to the user common or negative power bus. The output device is
connected between the positive power bus and the module output. The output characteristics
are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters,
solenoids, and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8)and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8 (points
9 through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The
surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring
information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The
outside left edge of the insert is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage module. There are
no fuses on this module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
Table 7-13. Specifications for IC693MDL741
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
16 (two groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between groups
Output Current
0.5 amps maximum per point
2 amps maximum per common
Output Characteristics
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
0.5 volts maximum
1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Power Consumption
110 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL741 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC negative logic 0.5 amp output module.
a43100
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
2
A1
4
A3
6
A5
8
A7
3
A2
5
A4
7
1 µf
A6
9
A8
10
OTHER
CIRCUITS
11
12
B1
14
B3
16
B5
18
B7
13
B2
15
B4
17
B6
19
B8
20
Figure 7-24. IC693MDL741 Output Module Field Wiring
a45049
4
3
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT 2
(AMPS)
1
10°C
20°C
30°C
40°C
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-25. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL741
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12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic ESCP Output - 1 Amp, 16 Point
IC693MDL742
The 12/24 volt DC Positive Logic 1 Amp Electronic Short Circuit Protection (ESCP) Output
module for the Series 90-30 PLC provides 16 output points in two groups of eight with a common
power output terminal for each group. This output module is designed to have positive logic
characteristics in that it sources current to the loads from the user common or positive power bus.
The output device is connected between the negative power bus and the module output. The output
characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor
starters, solenoids, and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
LED indicators that provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the module.
This LED block has two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row with the top row
labeled A1 - A8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 - B8 (points 9 through 16). A
red LED (labeled “F”) on the right, centered between the two rows of green LEDs, functions as a
tripped electronic short circuit protection indicator; it turns ON when any short circuit protection
trip occurs. The common signal for each group is monitored electronically. If a short circuit
occurs, the output points in the group turn off and the red LED turns on. The LEDs indicating
output point status will not turn off. This protection does not protect individual outputs from
exceeding their ratings, but will protect the board in case of a short circuited load. To reset
electronic short circuit protection remove the 12/24 VDC user supply to the module. The module
has two electronic short circuit protection circuits; each protects eight outputs - the first circuit
protects A1 - A8, the second circuit protects B1 - B8.
An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the
inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit
identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert
is color-coded blue to indicate a low-voltage module. There are no fuses on this module. This
module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-14. Specifications for IC693MDL742
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
Outputs per Module
Isolation
Output Current 12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
16 (two groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between groups
1 amp maximum per point
4 amps maximum per group at @ 50C
3 amps maximum per group @ 60C
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Power Consumption
5.2 amps for 10 ms
1.2 volts maximum
1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
130 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in graph on following page.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL742 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC positive logic ESCP - 1 amp output module.
a45241
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
+
1
2
A1
4
A3
6
A5
8
A7
3
A2
5
A4
7
.22 µ f
A6
9
A8
10
ESCP
OTHER
CIRCUITS
+
11
12
B1
14
B3
16
B5
B2
13
15
B4
B6
17
18
B7
19
B8
20
Figure 7-26. IC693MDL742 Output Module Field Wiring
a45242
4 AMPS PER
GROUP
8
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT
(AMPS)
3 AMPS PER
GROUP
6
4
2
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-27. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL742
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Isolated Relay Output, N.O., 4 Amp - 8 Point
IC693MDL930
The 4 Amp Isolated Relay Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller
provides 8 normally-open relay circuits for controlling output loads provided by the user. The
output switching capacity of each circuit is 4 amps. Each output point is isolated from the other
points, and each point has a separate common power output terminal. The relay outputs can
control a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids, and
indicators. The user must supply the AC or DC power to operate the field devices connected to
this module. There are no fuses on this module.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. The LEDs are arranged in two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row.
This module uses the top row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8); the bottom row is not
used. An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The surface
towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring
information, and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The
outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a high-voltage module. This
module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-15. Specifications for IC693MDL930
Rated Voltage
24 volts DC, 120/240 volts AC (nominal – see the following
table for exceptions)
Operating Voltage
5 to 30 volts DC
5 to 250 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Outputs per Module
8 isolated outputs
Isolation
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between groups
Maximum Load 4 amps resistive maximum per output
2 amps pilot duty per output
20 amps maximum per module for UL installations
Minimum Load
10 mA
Maximum Inrush
5 amps
On Response Time
15 ms maximum
Off Response Time
15 ms maximum
Int. Power Consumption
6 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
70 mA (all outputs on) from relay 24V bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in graph on following page.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL930 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 4 amp Relay Output module.
a43102
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
2
3
V
A1
4
LED
5
V
A2
6
7
V
A3
8
RELAY N.O.
V
A4
9
10
11
NOT USED
NOT USED
12
13
V
B1
14
15
V
B2
16
17
V
B3
18
19
20
V
B4
NOT USED
Figure 7-28. IC693MDL930 Output Module Field Wiring
a43838
32
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT
(AMPS)
24
16
8 AMPS
8
55°C
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-29. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL930
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Table 7-16. Load Current Limitations for IC693MDL930
Operating
Voltage
24 to 120 VAC
24 to 120 VAC
24 to 120 VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
125 VDC
Maximum Current for Load Type
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid 4 amps
1 amp
.1 amps
4 amps
.1 amps
1 amp
4 amps
1 amp
.1 amps
.2 amps
Typical Contact Life
(number of Operations)
2 amps
.5 amps
.05 amps
2 amps
.05 amps
.5 amps
3 amps
2 amps
.5 amps
.05 amps
.1 amps
150,000
500,000
1,000,000
50,000
500,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
500,000
1,000,000
300,000
Assumes a 7 ms time constant
Relay contact life, when switching inductive loads, will approach resistive load contact life if
suppression circuits are used. The following figures are examples of typical suppression
circuits for AC and DC loads. The 1A, 200V diode shown in the DC load typical suppression
example is an industry standard 1N4935. The resistor and capacitor shown for AC load
suppression are standard components, available from most electronics distributors.
AC LOADS
a45151A
IC693MDL930
DC LOADS
1A, 200V
Output
Module
2
Î
Î
IC693MDL930
.022
100 Ω
Output
Module
600V
1/2W
2
Load Coil
3
3
DC SUPPLY
a45152A
Load Coil
~
AC SOURCE
Figure 7-30. Load Suppression Examples for IC693MDL930 Output Module
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Discrete Output Modules
Isolated Relay Output, N.C. and Form C, 8 Amp - 8 Point
IC693MDL931
This 8 Amp Isolated Relay Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller
provides 4 normally-closed and 4 Form C relay circuits for controlling output loads provided by
the user. The output switching capacity of each circuit is 8 amps for the normally-closed
contacts or the normally open contacts. Each output relay is isolated from the other relays, and
each relay has a separate common power output terminal. The relay outputs can control a wide
range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids, and indicators. The user
must supply the AC or DC power to operate the field devices connected to this module. There
are no fuses on this module.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. The LEDs are arranged in two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row.
This module uses the top row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) for output status; the
bottom row is not used and the fuse LED is not used. An insert goes between the inside and
outside surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the
hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can
be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to
indicate a high-voltage module. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot
baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-17. Specifications for IC693MDL931
Rated Voltage
24 volts DC, 120/240 volts AC, 50/60 Hz (nominal – see the
following table for exceptions)
Output Voltage Range
5 to 30 volts DC
5 to 250 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Outputs per Module
8 isolated outputs
Isolation
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between groups
Maximum Load 8 amps resistive maximum per output
20 amps maximum per module for UL installations
Minimum Load
10 mA
Inrush Current
8 amps maximum for one cycle
On Response Time
15 ms maximum
Off Response Time
15 ms maximum
Output Leakage Current
1 mA maximum at 250 volts AC, (25C (77F))
Internal Power Consumption
45 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
100 mA (all outputs on) from relay 24V bus on backplane
Maximum load current is dependent upon ambient temperature as shown in graph on following page.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL931 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 8 amp Isolated Relay Output module.
a47015
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
1
FIELD WIRING
A1 N.C.
2
LED
3
V
A2 N.C.
4
5
V
A3 N.C.
6
7
V
A4 N.C.
8
RELAY N.C.
V
A5 N.C.
9
10
RELAY N.C.
11
LED
V
A5 N.O.
12
A6 N.C.
14
A6 N.O.
13
V
15
A7 N.C.
16
RELAY N.O.
V
A7 N.O.
17
18
A8 N.C.
20
A8 N.O.
V
19
Figure 7-31. IC693MDL931 Output Module Field Wiring
4A PER POINT
a45145
32
6A PER POINT
8A PER POINT
TOTAL
24
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT 16
(AMPS)
8
35°C
10°C
45°C
20°C
30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-32. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL931
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Table 7-18. Load Current limitations for IC693MDL931
Operating
Maximum Current for Load Type
Voltage
5 to 120 VAC
240 VAC
24 VDC
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid Typical Contact Life
(number of operations)
8 amps
3 amps
200,000
6 amps
2.5 amps
300,000
4 amps
1.5 amps
400,000
1 amp
0.5 amps
1,100,000
8 amps
3 amps
100,000
6 amps
2.5 amps
150,000
4 amps
1.5 amps
200,000
1 amp
0.5 amps
800,000
8 amps
3 amps
100,000
6 amps
2.5 amps
150,000
4 amps
1.5 amps
200,000
1 amp
0.5 amps
800,000
48 VDC
1.5 amps
-
100,000
100 VDC
0.5 amps
-
100,000
125 VDC
0.38 amps
0.12 amps
100,000
150 VDC
0.30 amps
0.10 amps
100,000
For inductive loads
Relay contact life, when switching inductive loads, will approach resistive load contact life if
suppression circuits are used. The following figures are examples of typical suppression
circuits for AC and DC loads. The 1A, 200V diode shown in the DC load typical suppression
circuit is an industry standard 1N4935. The resistor and capacitor shown for AC load
suppression are standard components, available from most electronics distributors.
AC LOADS
a45151A
IC693MDL931
DC LOADS
1A, 200V
Output
Module
2
IC693MDL931
.022
100 Ω
Output
Module
600V
1/2W
2
Load Coil
3
3
DC SUPPLY
a45152A
Load Coil
~
AC SOURCE
Figure 7-33. Load Suppression Examples for IC693MDL931 Output Module
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Relay Output, N.O., 2 Amp - 16 Point
IC693MDL940
The 2 Amp Relay Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller
provides 16 normally-open relay circuits for controlling output loads provided by the user. The
output switching capacity of each output is 2 amps. The output points are arranged in four
groups of four points each. Each group has a common power output terminal. The relay
outputs can control a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters,
solenoids, and indicators. Power for the internal relay circuits is provided by the +24 volt DC
bus on the backplane. The user must supply the AC or DC power to operate field devices.
There are no fuses on this module.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. The LEDs are arranged in two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row; the top
row labeled A1 through 8 (points 1 through 8) and the bottom row labeled B1 through 8 (points 9
through 16). An insert goes between the inside and outside surface of the hinged door. The surface
towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door is closed) has circuit wiring information,
and circuit identification information can be recorded on the outside surface. The outside left edge
of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a high-voltage module. This module can be installed in
any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-19. Specifications for IC693MDL940
Rated Voltage
24 volts DC, 120/240 volts AC (nominal – see the following
table for exceptions)
Operating Voltage
5 to 30 volts DC
5 to 250 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Outputs per Module
16 (four groups of four outputs each)
Isolation
1500 volts between field side and logic side
500 volts between groups
Maximum Load
2 amps pilot duty maximum per output
4 amps maximum per common
Minimum Load
10 mA
Maximum Inrush
5 amps
On Response Time
15 ms maximum
Off Response Time
15 ms maximum
Int. Power Consumption
7 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
135 mA (all outputs on) from relay 24V bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL940 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 2 amp N.O. Relay output module.
a43101
MODULE CIRCUITRY
OTHER
CIRCUITS
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
V
2
A1
A2
3
LED
4
A3
6
V
8
A6
5
A4
7
RELAY N.O.
A5
A7
9
10
A8
12
B1
14
B3
16
V
18
B6
20
B8
11
V
13
B2
15
B4
17
B5
19
B7
Figure 7-34. IC693MDL940 Output Module Field Wiring
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16
16 AMPS
TOTAL 12
MODULE
LOAD
8
CURRENT
(AMPS)
4
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 7-35. Load Current vs. Temperature for IC693MDL940
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Table 7-20. Load Current Limitations for IC693MDL940
Maximum Current
for Load Type
Resistive Lamp or Solenoid Operating
Voltage
24 to 120 VAC
24 to 120 VAC
24 to 120 VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
125 VDC
2 amps
1 amp
.1 amps
2 amps
1 amp
.1 amps
2 amps
1 amp
.1 amps
.2 amps
Typical Contact Life
(Number of Operations)
1 amp
.5 amps
.05 amps
1 amp
.5 amps
.05 amps
2 amps
1 amp
.5 amps
.05 amps
.1 amps
300,000
500,000
1,000,000
150,000
200,000
500,000
100,000
300,000
500,000
1,000,000
300,000
Assumes a 7 ms time constant
Relay contact life, when switching inductive loads, will approach resistive load contact life if
suppression circuits are used. The following figures are examples of typical suppression
circuits for AC and DC loads. The 1A, 200V diode shown in the DC load suppression circuit is
an industry standard 1N4935. The resistor and capacitor shown for AC load suppression are
standard components, available from most electronics distributors.
AC LOADS
a45151A
DC LOADS
SERIES
90-30
RELAY
OUTPUT
1A, 200V
Load Coil
SERIES
90-30
RELAY
OUTPUT
COM
COM
DC SUPPLY
.022
100 Ω
600V
1/2W
a45152A
Load Coil
~
AC SOURCE
Figure 7-36. Load Suppression Examples for IC693MDL940 Output Module
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Discrete Output Modules
12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL750
The 12/24 volt DC Negative Logic Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides 32 output points in four groups of eight with two common pins for each
group. The Output module is designed to have negative logic characteristics in that it sinks
current from the loads to the user common or negative power bus. The output device is
connected between the positive power bus and the module output. The output characteristics
are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as motor starters,
solenoids, and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
Connections from the output circuits are made to the user’s output devices through a 50-pin
connector mounted on the front of the module.
This module does not have LED indicators to indicate circuit status. This output module can
be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-21. Specifications for IC693MDL750
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
32 (four groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Output Current
0.3 amps maximum per point
2 amps maximum per common at 60°C (140°F)
Output Characteristics
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
0.24 volts maximum
0.1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Internal Power Consumption
21 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
Wiring to Field Devices
Direct Method – This method uses cables that have a mating female connector on the
module end and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. You can purchase a pre-wired
cable, either catalog number IC693CBL308 (3 feet/1 meter) or catalog number
IC693CBL309 (6 feet/2 meters) or, if required for your application, build your own cables.
Refer to the IC693CBL308/309 data sheet in Appendix C of this manual for cable
information.
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Using a Weidmuller Terminal Block – You may purchase a Weidmuller #912263 terminal
block from your electronics dealer to use with a GE Fanuc prewired cable. GE Fanuc
Cables IC693CBL306 (3 feet/1meter) or IC693CBL307 (6 feet/2 meters) have connectors
on each end. These connect from the module connector to a connector on the DIN–rail
mounted Weidmuller terminal block. Appendix C has a data sheet for these cables, which
includes a figure showing how they connect between the module and the Weidmuller
terminal block.
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Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC negative logic 32 point output module.
a44846
TYPICAL CIRCUIT
24V
INTERNAL
CIRCUIT
COM
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
17
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
+24V (A)
13
O
16
A1
O
12
B1
O
32
A2
O
28
B2
O
48
A3
O
44
B3
O
15
A4
O
11
B4
O
31
A5
O
27
B5
O
47
A6
O
43
B6
O
30
A7
O
10
B7
O
46
A8
O
42
B8
+
49
50
O
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
45
USER
LOAD
XX
8
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
O
COM (B)
XX
+24V (C)
4
+24V (D)
7
C1
O
3
D1
O
24
C2
O
20
D2
O
39
O
35
D3
O
2
D4
O
19
D5
34
D6
C3
O
6
C4
O
23
C5
+
O
38
C6
O
O
22
C7
O
1
D7
O
37
O
33
D8
C8
+
21
40
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
USER
LOAD
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
O
41
+
29
COM (A)
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
O
+24V (B)
COM (C)
XX
36
USER
LOAD
O
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
COM (D)
XX
USER
LOAD
Figure 7-37. Field Wiring - 12/24 Volt DC Negative Logic 32 Point Output Module,
IC693MDL750
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Discrete Output Modules
12/24 Volt DC Positive Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL751
The 12/24 volt DC Positive Logic Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides 32 outputs in four groups of eight with two common pins for each group.
The Output module is designed to have positive logic characteristics in that it sources current to
the loads from the user common or positive power bus. The output device is connected
between the negative power bus and the module output. The output characteristics are
compatible with a wide range of user-supplied load devices, such as motor starters, solenoids,
and indicators. Power to operate the field devices must be supplied by the user.
Connections from the output circuits are made to the user’s output devices through a 50-pin
connector mounted on the front of the module.
This module does not have LED indicators to indicate circuit status. This output module can
be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system.
Table 7-22. Specifications for IC693MDL751
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12/24 volts DC
12 to 24 volts DC (+20%, –15%)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
32 (four groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Output Current
0.3 amps maximum per point
2 amps maximum (each common)
Output Characteristics
Output Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage
On Response Time
Off Response Time
0.24 volts maximum
0.1 mA maximum
2 ms maximum
2 ms maximum
Internal Power Consumption
21 mA (all outputs on) from 5 volt bus on backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
Wiring to Field Devices
Direct Method – This method uses cables that have a mating female connector on the
module end and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. You can purchase a pre-wired
cable, either catalog number IC693CBL308 (3 feet/1 meter) or catalog number
IC693CBL309 (6 feet/2 meters) or, if required for your application, build your own cables.
Refer to the IC693CBL308/309 data sheet in Appendix C of this manual for cable
information.
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Using a Weidmuller Terminal Block – You may purchase a Weidmuller #912263 terminal
block from your electronics dealer to use with a GE Fanuc prewired cable. GE Fanuc
Cables IC693CBL306 (3 feet/1meter) or IC693CBL307 (6 feet/2 meters) have connectors
on each end. These connect from the module connector to a connector on the DIN–rail
mounted Weidmuller terminal block. Appendix C has a data sheet for these cables, which
includes a figure showing how they connect between the module and the Weidmuller
terminal block.
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IC693MDL751 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices
and power source to the 12/24 volt DC positive logic output module.
a44847
TYPICAL CIRCUIT
COM
INTERNAL
CIRCUIT
0V
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
50
49
45
COM (A)
29
O
16
A1
O
12
B1
O
32
A2
O
28
B2
O
48
A3
O
44
B3
O
15
A4
O
11
B4
O
31
A5
O
27
B5
O
47
A6
O
43
B6
O
30
A7
O
10
B7
O
46
A8
0V (A)
O
42
B8
0V (B)
18
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
O
+
14
USER
LOAD
XX
O
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
XX
+
USER
LOAD
MODULE CONNECTOR FIELD
CIRCUITRY TERMINALS WIRING
41
36
COM (C)
40
21
COM (D)
O
7
C1
O
3
D1
O
24
C2
O
20
D2
O
39
C3
O
35
D3
O
6
C4
O
2
D4
O
23
C5
O
19
D5
O
38
O
34
D6
O
22
C7
O
1
D7
O
37
C8
0V (C)
O
33
D8
0V (D)
9
O
COM (B)
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
+
C6
XX
5
USER
LOAD
O
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
XX
+
USER
LOAD
Figure 7-38. Field Wiring - IC693MDL751 32 Point Output Module
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Discrete Output Modules
5/24 Volt DC (TTL) Negative Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL752
The 5/24 volt DC (TTL) Negative Logic Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 32 discrete outputs. The outputs are arranged in four isolated groups
of eight (A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, and D1 - D8); each group has its own common. The
outputs are negative logic or sinking type outputs (i.e., the ON state for a point results in an
active low output).
The module has two modes of operation. In the TTL mode, the outputs can switch user loads
across +5 VDC (±5%) and are capable of sinking a maximum current of 25 mA per point. In
the 12/24V mode, the outputs can switch user loads over the range of +12 through –24 VDC
(+20%, –15%) and are capable of sinking a maximum current of 0.5A per point. Two pins are
provided on the user I/O connectors for each group common. Each pin has a current handling
capability of 3 amperes. It is recommended that connections are made to both pins when
connecting the common; however, it is a requirement for high current applications (between 3
and 4 amperes).
Each group can be used in the mode of operation needed to satisfy the load requirements for a
particular application. For example, group A can drive TTL loads and group B can drive 12
VDC loads, while group C and D can be reserved for driving 24 VDC loads. It is important to
note, however that the effects of electrical noise must be considered when mixing TTL and
inductive-type loads.
An internal pull-up resistor is provided for each point. The function of each resistor is to
passively pull up the output to the user positive side power input (typically +5V for TTL mode)
when the output point FET is OFF, thereby providing a high logic level for TTL applications.
All 32 outputs are forced OFF when the CPU is stopped. Power to provide current to the loads
must be provided by the user. The module also draws a minimum amount of power from the
user supply to provide gate drive to the output devices.
Backplane isolation between the field side and logic side is provided by opto-couplers on the
module. No special fault or alarm diagnostics are reported. LED indicators (labeled A1 - A8,
B1 - B8, C1 - C8, D1 - D8) at the top of the module provide the ON/OFF status of each output
point.
This module is configured as a 32-point output type and uses 32 bits of discrete %Q output
data. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30
PLC system.
Connections to the output circuits are made from the user’s load devices to two male (pin-type)
24-pin connectors (Fujitsu FCN-365P024-AU) mounted on the front of the module. The
connector mounted on the right of the module (front view) interfaces with groups A and B. The
connector on the left side of the module interfaces with groups C and D.
Wiring to Field Devices
Direct Method – This method uses cables that have a mating female connector on the
module end and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. You can purchase a pair of
pre-wired cables, catalog numbers IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328 or, if required for
your application, build your own cables. Refer to Building Cables for 24-Pin
Connectors in the IC693CBL327/328 data sheet in Appendix C of this manual for
more information.
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Using a TBQC – The Terminal Block Quick Connect method uses a pair of cables with
connectors on each end. These connect from the module connectors to connectors on
DIN–rail mounted terminal blocks. The TBQC components are discussed in Appendix D.
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Table 7-23. Specifications for IC693MDL752
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
5, and 12 through 24 volts DC, negative logic
(active low)
4.75 to 5.25 volts DC (TTL mode)
10.2 to 28.8 volts DC (12/24V mode)
Outputs per Module
Isolation
32 (four groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
250 volts between groups
Output Current
25 mA per point (maximum in TTL mode)
0.5 amps per point (maximum in 12/24V mode); with
4 amps maximum per group and 3 amps maximum
per group common pin
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
On-state (active low)
Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Internal Power Consumption
4.6 amps for 10 ms
0.4 volts DC (maximum in TTL mode)
0.24 volts DC (maximum in 12/24V mode)
0.1 mA maximum
0.5 ms maximum
0.5 ms maximum
260 mA (maximum) from 5 volt bus on backplane; (13
mA + 3 mA/point ON + 4.7 mA/LED)
12 mA (maximum) per group from user supply
@ 5VDC and all eight outputs in group ON
25 mA (maximum) per group from user supply
@ 12 VDC and all eight outputs in group ON
44 mA (maximum) per group from user supply
@ 24 VDC and all eight outputs in group ON
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693MDL752 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following three figures provide wiring information for connecting user supplied load
devices and power source to the 5/24 volt DC negative logic output module.
a45040
LOW–DROPOUT
REGULATOR
OCS
xVIN
10K
PTx
LED
MODE 0
MODE 1
5V
0V
RUN
(FROM CPU)
xCOM
0V
5V
Module point numbers in the following figure are shown in bold text.
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
D1
D3
D5
D7
DCOM
DVIN
I/O
CONN
(CD)
NC
CCOM
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
C8
C6
C4
C2
B12
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
A12
B11
A11
B10
A10
B9
A9
B8
A8
B7
A7
B6
A6
B5
A5
B4
A4
B3
A3
B2
A2
B1
D2
D4
D6
D8
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
DCOM
C7
C5
C3
C1
I/O
CONN
(AB)
A7
NC
BCOM
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
= FUJITSU CONNECTOR PINS A1 – A12, B1 – B12
A5
AVIN
CVIN
CCOM
A3
ACOM
NC
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
A1
LOAD
A1
B8
B6
B4
B2
Î
Î
a45041
A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
A5
B5
A6
B6
A7
B7
A8
B8
A9
B9
A10
B10
A11
B11
Î
Î
A12
B12
A2
A4
A6
A8
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
ACOM
NC
BVIN
BCOM
B7
B5
B3
B1
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
MODULE POINT NUMBERS ARE SHOWN IN BOLD TEXT.
Figure 7-39. Field Wiring - 5/24 Volt DC (TTL) Neg. Logic 32 Point Output Module -
IC693MDL752
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The following figure provides examples of typical connections to user loads from the 5/24 VDC
(TTL) Negative Logic Output module.
a45042
xVIN
CONTACTOR
COIL
(USER LOAD)
10K
24V
PTx
xCOM
xVIN
COMx
10K
SERIES
90-30
TTL INPUT
PTx
5V
INx
xCOM
xVIN
USER
TTL INPUT
10K
5V
PTx
xCOM
Figure 7-40. Examples of Connections to User Loads
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Field Wiring Work Sheet for IC693MDL752
The following table is provided for the convenience of our customers as an aid to wiring the 24-pin
connectors using cable IC693CBL315. It includes all of the required wiring information in one
table. This table has the following information:
module point number:
connector pin number:
cable pair number:
wire color code:
A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, D1 - D8, voltage and common points
A1 through A12, and B1 through B12
pair 1 through pair 12
base color or base color with tracer color
Columns are also provided for circuit references and customer wire numbers. Please copy and
use the work sheets on this and the following page as needed when wiring the 5/24 Volt DC
(TTL) Negative Logic, 32 Point Output module.
Wiring for Module Groups A and B (connector on right front of module)
Reference
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Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
A1
A1
1
Brown
A2
B1
7
Violet
A3
A2
1
Brown/Black
A4
B2
7
Violet/Black
A5
A3
2
Red
A6
B3
8
White
A7
A4
2
Red/Black
Wire Color Code
A8
B4
8
White/Black
A Common
A5
3
Orange
A Common
B5
9
Gray
AVIN
A6
3
Orange/Black
N/C
B6
9
Gray/Black
N/C
A7
4
Yellow
BVIN
B7
10
Pink
B Common
A8
4
Yellow/Black
B Common
B8
10
Pink/Black
B8
A9
5
Dark Green
B7
B9
11
Light Blue
B6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
B5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
B4
A11
6
Dark Blue
B3
B11
12
Light Green
B2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
B1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
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Wire Number
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Wiring for Module Groups C and D (connector on left front of module)
Reference
7-48
Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
C1
A1
1
Brown
C2
B1
7
Violet
C3
A2
1
Brown/Black
C4
B2
7
Violet/Black
C5
A3
2
Red
C6
B3
8
White
C7
A4
2
Red/Black
C8
B4
8
White/Black
C Common
A5
3
Orange
C Common
B5
9
Gray
CVIN
A6
3
Orange/Black
N/C
B6
9
Gray/Black
N/C
A7
4
Yellow
DVIN
B7
10
Pink
D Common
A8
4
Yellow/Black
D Common
B8
10
Pink/Black
D8
A9
5
Dark Green
D7
B9
11
Light Blue
D6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
D5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
D4
A11
6
Dark Blue
D3
B11
12
Light Green
D2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
D1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
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Wire Color Code
Wire Number
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Discrete Output Modules
12/24 Volt DC, 0.5A Positive Logic Output, 32 Point
IC693MDL753
The 12/24 volt DC, 0.5A Positive Logic Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable
Logic Controller provides 32 discrete outputs. The outputs are arranged in four isolated groups
of eight (A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, and D1 - D8); each group has its own common. The
outputs are positive logic or sourcing type outputs in that they switch the loads on the positive
side of the power supply, and therefore supply current to the load.
The outputs can switch user loads over the range of +12 through +24 VDC (+20%, –15%) and are
capable of sourcing a maximum current of 0.5 amps per point. Two pins are provided on the user
I/O connectors for each group common. Each pin has a current handling capability of 3 amperes.
It is recommended that connections are made to both pins when connecting the common; however,
it is a requirement for high current applications (between 3 and 4 amperes).
Each group can be used to drive different loads. For example, group A, B, and C can drive 24
VDC loads, while group D can be reserved for driving 12 VDC loads. Power to provide current
to the loads must be provided by the user. The module also draws a minimum amount of
power from the user supply to provide gate drive to the output devices.
Backplane isolation between the field side and logic side is provided by opto-couplers on the
module.
All 32 outputs are forced OFF when the CPU is stopped. There are no special fault or alarm
diagnostics reported. LED indicators (labeled A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, D1 - D8) at the top of
the module provide the ON/OFF status of each output point.
This module is configured as a 32-point output type and uses 32 bits of discrete %Q output
data. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30
PLC system.
Connections from the output circuits are made to the user load devices from two male
(pin-type) 24-pin connectors (Fujitsu FCN-365P024-AU) mounted on the front of the module.
The connector mounted on the right of the module (front view) interfaces with groups A and B.
The connector on the left side of the module interfaces with groups C and D.
Wiring to Field Devices
Direct Method – This method uses cables that have a mating female connector on the
module end and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. You can purchase a pair of
pre-wired cables, catalog numbers IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328 or, if required for
your application, build your own cables. Refer to Building Cables for 24-Pin
Connectors in the IC693CBL327/328 data sheet in Appendix C of this manual for
more information.
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Using a TBQC – The Terminal Block Quick Connect method uses a pair of cables with
connectors on each end. These connect from the module connectors to connectors on
DIN–rail mounted terminal blocks. The TBQC components are discussed in Appendix D.
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Table 7-24. Specifications for IC693MDL753
Rated Voltage
Output Voltage Range
12 through 24 volts DC, positive logic
10.2 to 28.8 volts DC
Outputs per Module
Isolation
32 (four groups of eight outputs each)
1500 volts between field side and logic side
250 volts between groups
Output Current
0.5 amps per point with 4 amps maximum per group
and 3 amps maximum per group common pin
Output Characteristics
Inrush Current
On-state Voltage Drop
Off-state Leakage Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
5.4 amps for 10 ms
0.3 volts DC
0.1 mA maximum
0.5 ms maximum
0.5 ms maximum
Internal Power Consumption
260 mA (maximum) from 5 volt bus on backplane; (13 mA +
3 mA/point ON + 4.7 mA/LED)
16.5 mA (maximum) per group from user supply
@ 24 VDC and all eight outputs in group ON
9.6 mA (maximum) per group from user supply
@ 12 VDC and all eight outputs in group ON
Refer to data sheet GFK-0867C, or later revision for product standards and general specifications.
TYPICAL CIRCUIT
a47069
OCS
xVIN
PTx
LED
MODE 0
MODE 1
5V
0V
RUN
(FROM CPU)
REGULATOR
CIRCUIT
0V
7-50
xCOM
5V
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Discrete Output Modules
IC693MDL753 Output Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied load devices and
power source to the 12/24 volt DC, 0.5A positive logic output module.
Module point numbers are shown in bold text.
a45043
ÎÎ
A12
D2
LOAD
LOAD
A1
B11
A11
D4
LOAD
LOAD
D5
B10
A10
D6
LOAD
D7
B9
A9
D8
LOAD
B8
A8
B7
A7
B6
A6
B5
A5
B4
A4
C7
LOAD
BVIN
B8
LOAD
LOAD
D1
B12
LOAD
D3
LOAD
LOAD
DCOM
DVIN
I/O
NC
CONN
(CD)
CVIN
C8
LOAD
DVIN
A1
B1
A2
LOAD
A3
A2
B2
A4
LOAD
LOAD
A5
A3
B3
A6
LOAD
LOAD
A7
A4
B4
A8
LOAD
A5
B5
A6
B6
A7
B7
A8
B8
A9
B9
B7
LOAD
ACOM
AVIN
NC
CVIN
CCOM
ÎÎ
I/O
CONN
(AB)
NC
AVIN
NC
BVIN
BCOM
LOAD
C6
B3
A3
C5
LOAD
LOAD
B6
A10
B10
B5
LOAD
LOAD
C4
B2
A2
C3
LOAD
LOAD
B4
A11
B11
B3
LOAD
LOAD
C2
B1
C1
LOAD
LOAD
B2
B12
B1
LOAD
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
A1
FUJITSU CONNECTOR PINS A1–A12, B1–B12
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
A12
MODULE POINT NUMBERS ARE SHOWN IN BOLD TEXT.
NOTE: IF TOTAL LOAD CURRENT IS GREATER THAN 3A FOR A GROUP USE BOTH *VIN PINS (FOR
APPLICABLE GROUP OR GROUPS) BY ADDING A SECOND WIRE AS SHOWN BY THE DASHED LINES.
Figure 7-41. Field Wiring - 12/24 Volt DC, 0.5A Positive Logic 32 Point Output
Module - IC693MDL753
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7
Field Wiring Work Sheet for IC693MDL753
The following table is provided for the convenience of our customers as an aid to wiring the 24-pin
connectors using cable IC693CBL315. It includes all of the required wiring information in one
table. This table has the following information:
module point number:
connector pin number:
cable pair number:
wire color code:
A1 - A8, B1 - B8, C1 - C8, D1 - D8, voltage and common points
A1 through A12, and B1 through B12
pair 1 through pair 12
base color or base color with tracer color
Columns are also provided for circuit references and customer wire numbers. Please copy and
use the work sheets on this and the following page as needed when wiring the 12/24 Volt DC,
0.5A Positive Logic, 32 Point Output module.
Wiring for Module Groups A and B (connector on right front of module)
Reference
7-52
Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
A1
A1
1
Brown
A2
B1
7
Violet
A3
A2
1
Brown/Black
A4
B2
7
Violet/Black
A5
A3
2
Red
A6
B3
8
White
A7
A4
2
Red/Black
Wire Color Code
A8
B4
8
White/Black
A Common
A5
3
Orange
AVIN
B5
9
Gray
AVIN
A6
3
Orange/Black
N/C
B6
9
Gray/Black
N/C
A7
4
Yellow
BVIN
B7
10
Pink
BVIN
A8
4
Yellow/Black
B Common
B8
10
Pink/Black
B8
A9
5
Dark Green
B7
B9
11
Light Blue
B6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
B5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
B4
A11
6
Dark Blue
B3
B11
12
Light Green
B2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
B1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
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Wire Number
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Wiring for Module Groups C and D (connector on left front of module)
Reference
GFK-0898F
Module
Point
Number
Connector
Pin
Number
Cable
Pair
Number
C1
A1
1
Brown
C2
B1
7
Violet
C3
A2
1
Brown/Black
C4
B2
7
Violet/Black
C5
A3
2
Red
C6
B3
8
White
C7
A4
2
Red/Black
C8
B4
8
White/Black
C Common
A5
3
Orange
CVIN
B5
9
Gray
CVIN
A6
3
Orange/Black
N/C
B6
9
Gray/Black
N/C
A7
4
Yellow
DVIN
B7
10
Pink
DVIN
A8
4
Yellow/Black
D Common
B8
10
Pink/Black
D8
A9
5
Dark Green
D7
B9
11
Light Blue
D6
A10
5
Dark Green/Black
D5
B10
11
Light Blue/Black
D4
A11
6
Dark Blue
D3
B11
12
Light Green
D2
A12
6
Dark Blue/Black
D1
B12
12
Light Green/Black
Chapter 7 – Discrete Output Modules
Wire Color Code
Wire Number
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Chapter
8
8 Discrete Combination I/O Modules
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120 Volt AC Input, Relay Output, 8 Inputs/8 Outputs
IC693MAR590
The 120 volt AC Input/Relay Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides 8 input points with one common power input terminal, and 8 normally-open
relay circuits in the same module. The input circuits are reactive (resistor/capacitor) inputs and
are arranged as one group of 8 inputs. The output points are arranged in two groups of four
points each. Each group has a common power output terminal.
Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied devices, such as:
pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Current through an input results
in a logic 1 in the input status table (%I). Power to operate the field devices must be supplied
by the user. This module’s input section requires an AC power source, it cannot be used with a
DC power source.
The normally-open relay circuits are used for controlling output loads provided by the user.
The output switching capacity of each output is 2 amps. The relay outputs can control a wide
range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids, and indicators. Power
for the internal relay circuits is provided by the +24 volt DC bus on the backplane. The user
must supply the AC or DC power to operate field devices. There are no fuses on this module.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. The LEDs are arranged in two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row.
The top row is labeled A1 through 8 (input points 1 through 8) and the bottom row is is labeled
B1 through B8 (relay output points 1 through 8). An insert goes between the inside and outside
surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged door
is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can be recorded
on the outside surface. The outside left edge of the insert is color-coded red to indicate a
high-voltage module.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
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8
Table 8-1. Specifications for IC693MAR590
Inputs
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage range
Inputs per Module
Isolation
Input Current
Input Characteristics
On-State Voltage
Off-State Voltage
On-State Current
Off-State Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Outputs
Rated Voltage
Operating Voltage
120 volts AC
0 to 132 volts AC
8 (one group of eight inputs)
1500 volts RMS between field and logic side
500 volts RMS between inputs
12 mA (typical) at rated voltage
74 to 132 volts AC
0 to 20 volts AC
6 mA (minimum)
2.2 mA (maximum)
30 ms typical
45 ms typical
24 VDC, 120/240 VAC
5 to 30 volts DC
5 to 250 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Outputs per Module
8 (two groups of four outputs each)
Isolation
1500 volts RMS between field and logic side
500 volts RMS between groups
Maximum Load 2 amps maximum per output
4 amps maximum per common
Minimum Load
10 mA
Maximum Inrush
5 amps
On Response Time
15 ms maximum
Off Response Time
15 ms maximum
Internal Power Consumption
80 mA (all I/O on) from +5V backplane bus
70 mA (all outputs on) from relay +24V backplane bus
Maximum load current is dependent on operating voltage as shown in the following table.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
Table 8-2. Load Current Limitations for IC693MAR590
Operating
Voltage
Maximum Current for Load Type
Typical Contact Life
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid (number of Operations)
240 VAC, 120 VAC, 24 VDC
2 amps
.6 amps
200,000
240 VAC, 120 VAC, 24 VDC
1 amp
.3 amps
400,000
240 VAC, 120 VAC, 24 VDC
.5 amps
.1 amp
800,000
For inductive loads
8-2
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GFK–0898F
Discrete Combination Modules
8
Relay contact life, when switching inductive loads, will approach resistive load contact life if
suppression circuits are used. The following figures are examples of typical suppression
circuits for AC and DC loads. The 1A, 100V diode shown in the DC load typical suppression
circuit is an industry standard 1N4934. The resistor and capacitor shown for AC load
suppression are standard components, available from most electronics distributors.
AC LOADS
a45151A
DC LOADS
SERIES
90-30
RELAY
OUTPUT
1A, 100V
Load Coil
COM
SERIES
90-30
RELAY
OUTPUT
COM
DC SUPPLY
.022
100 Ω
600V
1/2W
a45152A
Load Coil
~
AC SOURCE
Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input and load
devices, and power source(s) to the 120 Volt Input/Relay Output module.
GFK–0898F
Chapter 8 – Discrete Combination Modules
8-3
8
a45045
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
OTHER CIRCUITS
1
2
4
A3
A4
5
6
A5
8
9
10
~
H
A7
A8
NOT USED
V
11
B1
12
13
B2
14
15
RELAY N.O.
N
A6
7
OTHER CIRCUITS
A1
A2
3
OPTICAL
COUPLER
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
B3
B4
16
B5
B6
17
18
19
B7
B8
20
V
Figure 8-1. Field Wiring 120 VAC Input/Relay Output Module - IC693MAR590
8-4
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8
Discrete Combination Modules
24 Volt DC Input, Relay Output, 8 Inputs/8 Outputs
IC693MDR390
The 24 volt DC Input/Relay Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides 8 input points with one common power input terminal, and 8
normally-open relay circuits in the same module. The input circuits are designed to have either
positive or negative characteristics in that they sink or source current to/from the input devices
to/from the user common and are arranged as one group of 8 inputs. The relay output circuits
are arranged in two groups of four circuits each. Each group has a common power output
terminal.
Input characteristics are compatible with a wide range of user-supplied devices, such as:
pushbuttons, limit switches, and electronic proximity switches. Current through an input results
in a logic 1 in the input status table (%I). Power to operate the field devices must be supplied
by the user.
The normally-open relay circuits are used for controlling output loads provided by the user.
The output switching capacity of each output is 2 amps. The relay outputs can control a wide
range of user-supplied load devices, such as: motor starters, solenoids, and indicators. Power
for the internal relay circuits is provided by the +24 volt DC bus on the backplane. The user
must supply the AC or DC power to operate field devices. There are no fuses on this module.
LED indicators which provide the ON/OFF status of each point are located at the top of the
module. The LEDs are arranged in two horizontal rows with eight green LEDs in each row.
The top row is labeled A1 through 8 (input points 1 through 8) and the bottom row is is labeled
B1 through B8 (relay output points 1 through 8). An insert goes between the inside and outside
surface of the hinged door. The surface towards the inside of the module (when the hinged
door is closed) has circuit wiring information, and circuit identification information can be
recorded on the outside surface. The top half of the outside left edge of the insert is
color-coded blue to indicate low-voltage circuits and the bottom half of the outside left edge is
color-coded red to indicate high-voltage circuits.
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
GFK–0898F
Chapter 8 – Discrete Combination Modules
8-5
8
Table 8-3. Specifications for IC693MDR390
Inputs
Rated Voltage
Input Voltage range
Inputs per Module
Isolation
Input Current
Input Characteristics
On-State Voltage
Off-State Voltage
On-State Current
Off-State Current
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Outputs
Rated Voltage
Operating Voltage
Outputs per Module
Isolation
Maximum Load Minimum Load
Maximum Inrush
On Response Time
Off Response Time
Internal Power Consumption
24 volts DC
–30 to +32 volts DC
8 (one group of eight inputs)
1500 volts RMS between field and logic side
500 volts RMS between inputs
7.5 mA (typical) at rated voltage
15 to 32 volts DC
0 to +5 volts DC
4 mA (minimum)
1.5 mA (maximum)
7 ms typical
7 ms typical
24 VDC, 120/240 VAC
5 to 30 volts DC
5 to 250 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
8 (two groups of four outputs each)
1500 volts RMS between field and logic side
500 volts RMS between groups
2 amps maximum per output
4 amps maximum per common
10 mA
5 amps
15 ms maximum
15 ms maximum
80 mA (all I/O on) from +5V backplane bus
70 mA (all outputs on) from relay +24V backplane bus
Maximum load current is dependent on operating voltage as shown in the following table.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
Table 8-4. Load Current Limitations for IC693MDR390
Operating
Maximum Current for Load Type
Typical Operations
Voltage
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid (number of Operations)
240 VAC, 120 VAC, 24 VDC
2 amps
.6 amps
200,000
240 VAC, 120 VAC, 24 VDC
1 amp
.3 amps
400,000
240 VAC, 120 VAC, 24 VDC
.5 amps
.1 amp
800,000
For inductive loads
8-6
Series 90–30 PLC I/O Module Specifications – July 2000
GFK–0898F
Discrete Combination Modules
8
Relay contact life, when switching inductive loads, will approach resistive load contact life if
suppression circuits are used. The following figures are examples of typical suppression
circuits for AC and DC loads. The 1A, 100V diode shown in the DC load typical suppression
circuit is an industry standard 1N4934. The resistor and capacitor shown for AC load
suppression are standard components, available from most electronics distributors.
AC LOADS
a45151A
DC LOADS
SERIES
90-30
RELAY
OUTPUT
1A, 100V
Load Coil
COM
SERIES
90-30
RELAY
OUTPUT
COM
DC SUPPLY
.022
100 Ω
600V
1/2W
a45152A
Load Coil
~
AC SOURCE
Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides wiring information for connecting user supplied input and load
devices, and power source(s) to the 24 Volt Input/Relay Output module.
GFK–0898F
Chapter 8 – Discrete Combination Modules
8-7
8
a45044
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
OTHER CIRCUITS
1
2
4
A1
A3
A4
5
6
A5
A6
7
8
9
10
OTHER CIRCUITS
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
Î
ÎÎ
A2
3
OPTICAL
COUPLER
FIELD WIRING
A7
A8
NOT USED
V
11
B1
12
13
B2
14
15
RELAY N.O.
B3
B4
16
B5
B6
17
18
19
B7
B8
20
V
Figure 8-2. Field Wiring 24 VDC Input/Relay Output Module - IC693MDR390
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Chapter
9
9 General Analog Module Information
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table_big level 1
This chapter describes the Analog Input and Output modules for the Series 90-30
Programmable Logic Controller. Module specifications and wiring information are provided
for each of the available Analog I/O modules. The first part of this chapter describes how
analog information is handled in the Series 90-30 PLC, followed by a description of each of the
modules. Specific information for a particular analog module can be found in the description of
that module.
Currently available Analog I/O modules are listed in the following table (Table 3-1) along with
the chapter number where the description of each module can be found.
Guide to Chapter Location for Analog I/O Module Specifications
Catalog Number
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Description of Module
Number of
Channels
Chapter
Number
IC693ALG220
Analog Input, Voltage
4 channel
Chapter 9
IC693ALG221
Analog Input, Current
4 channel
Chapter 9
IC693ALG222
Analog Input, Voltage (High-Density)
16 channel
Chapter 9
IC693ALG223
Analog Input, Current (High-Density)
16 channel
Chapter 9
IC693ALG390
Analog Output, Voltage
2 channel
Chapter 10
IC693ALG391
Analog Output, Current
2 channel
Chapter 10
IC693ALG392
Analog Output, Current/Voltage
8-channel
Chapter 10
IC693ALG442
Analog Combo Module, Current/Voltage
4 channels In
2 channels Out
Chapter 11
9-1
9
Analog Module Features
Analog Modules have the following basic features (refer to the following figure):
H
Removeable Terminal Board. You can remove the terminal board from the module in
order to wire it, if desired. Then, when you are finished wiring it, you can easily reinstall it
on the module. However, some prefer to leave it on the module when wiring. If you ever
need to replace a module, you don’t have to do any rewiring if your old terminal board is
still in good condition. Simply remove the wired terminal board from the old module and
install it on the new module if it is good condition. The terminal board screw terminals are
also convenient points for measuring voltages while testing or troubleshooting.
H
Hinged Front Cover. The cover is easily opened to access the terminal board connections.
For normal operation, it is kept closed to protect personnel from accidentally touching a hot
terminal. Note in the following figure that the back side of the front cover insert contains a
schematic diagram of the terminal board connections. The module catalog number
(IC693ALG391 in this example) is printed on the bottom of the front cover insert. The
module catalog number is also printed on the label on the side of the module. However, in
order to see this side label, the module has to be removed from the PLC
On the front side of the front cover insert are lines that correspond to the module’s I/O
points. You can temporarily remove the insert and write the signal name for each point on
the appropriate line to aid in testing or troubleshooting.
Also on the front side of the front cover insert, running vertically on the left edge of the
insert, is a colored line that identifies the type of module: Blue = DC, Red = AC, and Gray
= Analog.
H
9-2
Module Lens Cap. Located on the top front of the module, it covers the LED (Light
Emitting Diode) OK status light. This light indicates the basic status of the module. For
normal operation, the OK LED should be on.
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General Analog Module Information
a43082B
Lens Cap
Module OK LED
OK
OUTPUT
Module Type
ANALOG
CURRENT
2
VOUT2
IOUT1
3
4
1
6
Removeable Insert
IOUT2
RTN1
5
Removeable Terminal Board
Hinged Cover
VOUT1
1
2
RTN2
GND
7
GND
8
JMPV1
9
10
JMPV2
Connection Diagram
12
*
13
14
0–20mA
CH1
*
15
16
17
18
19
20
* +
24V
–
CH2 *
0–20mA
OPT. CONN. SEE USER’S MANUAL
DEF0
11
*
44A729182-021R01
FOR USE WITH
IC693ALG391
Module Catalog No.
Figure 9-1. Example of Series 90-30 Analog Current Output Module
Load Requirements for Analog I/O Modules
The following table (Table 3-2) shows the DC load required by each Series 90-30 analog I/O
module. All ratings are in milliamps. Input and Output module current ratings are with all
inputs or outputs on. Note that the figures listed are maximum requirements, not typical. Load
requirements for other Series 90-30 PLC components installed in a baseplate must be included
in the total load calculations. Load requirements for all Series 90-30 PLC components can be
found in GFK-0356, the Series 90-30 Installation Manual. Three voltages are listed in the
table:
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H
+5 VDC provides primary power to operate most internal circuits
H
+24 VDC Relay Power provides power for circuits that drive the relays on Relay output
modules
H
+24 VDC Isolated provides power to operate a number of input circuits (input modules
only). This can also be used as the power input for some analog modules to power
user-side circuitry
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9
Table 9-1. Load Requirements (mA) for Analog I/O Modules
Catalog
Number
Description
+5 VDC
+24 VDC
Relay Power
+24 VDC
Isolated
27 mA
-
98 mA
IC693ALG220
Analog Input, Voltage, 4 Channels
IC693ALG221
Analog Input, Current, 4 Channels
25 mA
-
100 mA
IC693ALG222
High-Density Analog Input, Voltage, 16 Channels
112 mA
_
41 mA
IC693ALG223
High-Density Analog Input, Current, 16 Channels
120 mA
-
[
IC693ALG390
Analog Output, Voltage, 2 Channels
32 mA
-
120 mA
IC693ALG391
IC693ALG392
Analog Output, Current, 2 Channels
High Density Analog Output, Current/Voltage,
8 Channels
Analog Combo, Current/Voltage, 4 Ch In/2 Ch Out
30 mA
110 mA
-
215 mA
[
95 mA
-
[
IC693ALG442
[ Module analog power must be supplied by an external user supply. See individual module specifications for more information.
I/O Installation and Wiring
For information on installation, removal, and recommended wiring practices for Series 90-30
I/O modules, refer to Chapter 1.
Analog Terminology
There are several terms relating to measurements at analog I/O terminals that you should be
familiar with. Refer to Appendix A for a list of these terms and their definitions. Additionally,
the following pages describe how analog information is handled in the Series 90-30 PLC.
Specific information for individual modules can be found in the description of that module.
Hardware Description of Analog Modules
Analog modules provide inputs and outputs with continuous values, as compared with digital
input and output modules which have discrete values of ON or OFF. Analog modules convert
digital words to analog signals, or analog signals to digital words, depending on whether the
module is an output module or an input module.
Differential Inputs
The %AI data table is a storage location within the Series 90-30 CPU where the input
information is stored. The Series 90-30 PLC has current and voltage analog input modules
available; however, the Series 90-30 CPU does not recognize a difference between the two
types of analog modules.
The Series 90-30 PLC system must be configured by the user as described in the Series 90-30
Programmable Controller Installation Manual, GFK-0356 and the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro
Programming Software User’s Manual, GFK-0467. After configuration, the four analog input
channels will correspond to 64 bits in the data table (256 bits for the high-density 16 channel
analog input modules).
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ANALOG INPUT MODULE
USER
CONNECTIONS
FILTER
DUAL TO
SINGLE
ENDED
CONVERTER
A/D
CONVERTER
PARALLEL
TO
SERIAL
CONVERTER
SERIES
90-30
CPU
DATA
TABLE
% AI
Figure 9-2. Analog Input Block Diagram
The analog inputs are differential; that is, the converted data is the difference between the
voltages IN+ and IN– as shown in Figure 3-2. The differential input configuration is much less
sensitive to noise and ground currents. Both inputs are referenced to a common voltage,
referred to as COM. The average voltage of the IN terminals with respect to COM is referred
to as Common Mode Voltage. Different signal sources may have different common mode
voltages, shown as V (CM1) and V (CM2). This common mode voltage may be caused by
differences in location of circuit grounds, or by the nature of the input signal itself.
To reference floating sources and limit common mode voltages, the COM terminal should be
connected to either side of the input at the source itself. Without special design considerations,
the summation of the common mode voltage, the differential input voltage and noise on the
lines referenced to the COM terminals is limited to ±11 volts, or damage may result to the
module. The input modules provide some filtering to protect against high frequency spikes, but
low frequency signals exceeding this will produce erroneous conversions.
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IN
VDIF1
IN
VCM1
COM
IN
VDIF1
IN
VCM2
COM
Figure 9-3. Analog Input Common Mode Voltage
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Outputs
The %AQ data table is a memory location within the Series 90-30 CPU where the output
information is stored. Both current and voltage analog output modules are available for the Series
90-30 PLC; however, the Series 90-30 CPU does not recognize the difference between the two
types of analog outputs. The user must configure the Series 90-30 PLC system as described in the
Series 90-30 Programmable Controller Installation Manual, GFK-0356 and the Logicmaster 90
Series 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software User’s Manual, GFK-0466. After configuration, the
two analog outputs will correspond to 32 bits in the data table.
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USER
CONNECTIONS
DATA
TABLE
% AQ
SERIES
90-30
CPU
SERIAL
TO
PARALLEL
CONVERTER
D/A
CONVERTER
FILTER
Figure 9-4. Analog Output Block Diagram
CPU Interface to Analog Modules
The Series 90-30 PLC uses the data within the %AQ and %AI data tables to drive or record
analog values as shown in Figures 3-1 and 3-3. The analog data is handled in a 2’s
complement format. Two’s complement, for conversion purposes, consists of a binary code for
positive magnitudes (represented by a 0 (zero) in the most significant bit), and the 2’s
complement of each positive number to represent its negative. To convert negative numbers
from 2’s complement to binary, invert each bit and add one. The operation below is an example
conversion of a 16-bit word.
2’s Complement
Binary
1100101101010000
0011010010101111
1
– 0011010010110000
+
Working in decimal format, instead of hexadecimal, within the data tables will allow easier
calculations when you are working with analog data. You can use the data in the %AQ and
%AI data tables for any math or data function without having to do any conversion or 2’s
complement math. When using raw data in any math calculations, you would usually use
double precision math.
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You can find corresponding data words and analog values for programming purposes by using
the following equations and the values in Table 3-3.
(Analog Value – Offset)X 2n
Data Word = ________________________
Resolution1
Data Word x Resolution1+ Offset
Analog Value = _______________________
2n
1
analog value/bit; n = number of disregarded LSBs
Table 9-2. Equation Values for Analog Modules
Disregarded
LSB
Module
Analog Voltage Output
Analog Current Output
4 to 20 mA Range
0 to 20 mA Range
Analog Voltage Input
Analog Current Input
4 to 20 mA Range
0 to 20 mA Range
Analog Current Input
16-Channel
4 to 20 mA Range
0 to 20 mA Range
4 to 20 mA Range Enhanced
Analog Voltage Input
16-Channel
0 to +10V Range
–10 to +10V Range
Analog Current/Voltage
Output 8-Channel
0 to +10V Range
–10 to +10V Range
4 to 20 mA Range
0 to 20 mA Range
Analog
Range
Offset
Resolution
Per Bit
Resolution
3
0V
20V
13 bits
2.5 mV/bit
3
3
4
4 mA
0 mA
0V
16 mA
20 mA
20 V
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
4 µA/bit
5 µA/bit
5 mV/bit
3
3
4 mA
0 mA
16 mA
20 mA
12 bits
12 bits
4 µA/bit
5 µA/bit
3
3
n/a
4 mA
0 mA
4 mA
16 mA
20 mA
20 mA
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
4 µA/bit
5 µA/bit
5 µA/bit
0V
0V
10 V
20 V
12 bits
12 bits
2.5 mV/bit
5 mV/bit
0V
0V
4 mA
0 mA
10 V
20 V
16 mA
20 mA
15 bits
16 bits
15 bits
15 bits
2.5 mV/bit
5 mV/bit
4 µA/bit
5 µA/bit
3
4
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Example 1: if you want a 12 mA setpoint for a current input (4 - 20 mA range) for the
16-Channel Current Input module (IC693ALG223) use the first equation to find the
corresponding data word as shown below.
Data Word =(12 mA – 4 mA) x 23 = 16000
4 µA
Example 2: if you want a 5V setpoint for a voltage input (0 to +10V range) for the 16-Channel
Voltage Input module (IC693ALG222) use the first equation to find the corresponding data
word as shown below.
Data Word =
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2.5 mV
x 23 = 16000
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Example 3: if you want a 5 volt setpoint for a 4-Channel Voltage Input module (IC693ALG220),
use the first equation to find the corresponding data word as shown below.
Data Word =
(5V – 0V) x 24= 16000
5 mV
Placement of A/D and D/A Bits within the Data Tables
Since converters used in the analog modules are 13-bit converters, not all of the 16 bits in the data
tables contain data required for the conversion. A version of the 12 bits is placed within the 16-bit
data word corresponding to the analog point (in %AQ or %AI tables). The Series 90-30 system
handles the integration differently for the various analog modules.
The Series 90-30 system disregards the data placed in the extra bits in the %AQ table and uses
those bits for communications with the module. The CPU also converts the data in the %AQ data
word from 2’s complement to sign magnitude format before sending the data to the output module.
The CPU does not manipulate the data from the input modules before placing it within the word in
the %AI data table. The bits in the %AI data table which were not used in the conversion by the
input module are forced to 0 (zero) by the analog input module. An example of the bit placement
for an analog current output data word is shown below. This example is for the Analog Current
output module, catalog number IC693ALG391.
LSB
MSB
S
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
S=sign bit
X=not converter bits
Analog values are scaled over the range of the converter. Factory calibration adjusts the analog
value per bit (resolution) to a multiple of full scale (that is, 4 microamps/bit). This calibration
leaves a normal 12-bit converter with 4000 counts (normally 2 12 = 4096 counts). The data is then
scaled with the 4000 counts over the analog range. For example, the data to the D/A converter for
the analog current output is scaled as shown in Figure 3-4.
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4000
D/A
BITS
(decimal)
0
0
4
20
CURRENT (mA)
4 TO 20mA RANGE
Figure 9-5. D/A Bits vs. Current Output for IC693ALG391
More detailed information on placement and scaling for the analog modules can be found
within their respective specifications.
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Stair Step Effect of Output
Because the converted bits (12 bits) in the data word (16 bits) are not right-justified, the
placement of the converted bits causes the output, or input, to be a stair step. The net effect of
the stair step for an output module is that not every increase in the %AQ data table will cause
an increase in the output. The net effect for an input module is that an increased input will not
cause the LSB (Least Significant Bit) of the data word in the %AI table to change. The size of
the step depends on the range of the analog signal, the resolution of the conversion, and the
number of LSBs disregarded. These factors can be used to calculate the size of the step. For
example, the analog output module provides outputs from 4 to 20 mA in 12 bits. Therefore,
each bit represents (20-4 mA)/212 bits = 3.906 µA/bit. However, factory calibration adjusts for
an even number of microamps per bit (4 µA/bit). Since the three LSBs in the %AQ output are
not used in the conversion, an 8 count (2 3 ) increase in the %AQ output is needed to change the
analog output by 4 µA. The software rounding algorithm causes the step to rotate between a
count of 7 and a count of 9 instead of 8. The values supplied in Table 3-3 provide you with the
information needed to calculate step sizes.
The following figure shows a portion of the analog current output versus the corresponding data
word in %AQ.
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4.020
4.016
4.012
CURRENT
( mA ) 4.008
4.004
4.000
0
5
12 21 28 37
%AQ (decimal)
44
Figure 9-6. Stair Step Effect on Analog Values
Although the analog signals are stair step, they can be approximated with a linear graph. The
following figures show the relationship between voltage and current in the %AQ and %AI data
words.
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32000
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32000
%AQ
OR
0
%AI
(decimal)
%AQ
OR
%AI
(decimal)
0
32000
10
0
VOLTAGE (V)
10
Figure 9-7. Voltage vs. Data Word
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20
CURRENT (mA)
Figure 9-8. Current vs. Data Word
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Scaling
The data may be changed to a scale more suited to your application. This may be accomplished
through programming with Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software. The formula for the data
conversion is shown below.
Application Data Value – Application Offset
Data Word (%AQ or %AI)
=
Application Maximum Value – Application Minimum Value
32000
For analog inputs, the application data value is what you will need to calculate for based on the
analog data word. For analog outputs, the analog data word is what you will need to calculate
for based on the application data value and maximum range. An example of scaling is a 0 to 10
volt signal that actually represents 0 to 2000 rpm. For an output signal, the following factor
would be used.
Data Word
=
32000
Xrpm – 0
2000 rpm – 0 rpm
Solving the above equation,
scaling an input in a program: Xrpm = %AI B 16.
scaling an output in a program as: %AQ = Xrpm x 16.
Another example would be a 1 to 5 volt signal which actually represents 4 to 20 mA. If you
want to use values in your program that are actually mA values, use the following equation for
calculating scaling factors.
Data Word
32000
=
XmA – 4 mA
20mA – 4 mA
Solving the above equation,
scaling an input in a program: XmA = (%AI B 2000) + 4
scaling an output in a program: %AQ = (XmA x 2000) – 8000
With the placement and scaling known, you can modify the data from the %AI table or the data
to the %AQ table by the scale factor to satisfy your application needs.
Performance Measures
The performance of analog modules can be measured by resolution, accuracy, linearity, and
cross-channel rejection. Resolution of the module is the weight assigned to the least
significant bit in the conversion process. For example, 4 µA/bit is the resolution of the analog
current output module. A module with 8 µA/bit has half the resolution of the analog current
output module. The resolution of a module is determined by the converter used in the analog
module. The accuracy of the module is dependent upon the tolerances of components used in
the module’s circuitry. Accuracy is the maximum difference between the expected and
measured values. Linearity is the difference between the measured change and the ideal one
LSB change between any two adjacent channels. Cross-channel rejection is the influence on
one channel when the input to another channel is changed.
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Analog Module Field Wiring
Connections to an analog module from user field devices are made to screw terminals on a
removable 20-terminal connector block mounted on the front of the module. Information on
field wiring for analog modules can be found in two basic places in this manual:
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Chapter 2, “General Installation Guidelines.” Contains such information as mounting,
wiring, and noise suppression methods.
H
Details specific to individual modules, such as terminal pin–out information, are shown in
the analog module data sheets, which are found in Chapters 10, 11, and 12.
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Maximum Number of Analog Modules per System
The maximum number of modules installed in a system depends on several factors, including available
references for each CPU model, current consumption for each module to be installed, slots available in
baseplate(s), selectable configuration parameters and, where applicable, whether Isolated +24 VDC is supplied
by the PLC backplane or by a user provided supply. Before installing modules in a baseplate, verify that the
total current consumption of all of those modules does not exceed the power rating of the Series 90-30 power
supply (30 watts maximum, all voltages). The following tables will help you determine the maximum number
of analog I/O modules that can be installed in a Series 90-30 PLC system. Calculations assume maximum
number of references used. Modules with selectable references can have more modules per system.
Table 9-3. User Reference and Current (mA) Requirements
Current from
Isolated
+24 VDC [
Analog
Module
%AI References
(maximum)
%AQ References
(maximum)
%I References
Current from
+5 VDC [
IC693ALG220
4
–
–
27
98
IC693ALG221
4
–
–
25
100
IC693ALG222
16
–
8 to 40
112
41
IC693ALG223
16
–
8 to 40
120
user supplied
IC693ALG390
–
2
32
120 ]
IC693ALG391
–
2
30
215 ]
IC693ALG392
–
8
8 or 16
110
user supplied
IC693ALG442
4
2
8, 16, or 24
95
user supplied
–
–
[ Maximum current available from Standard AC/DC and DC power supply: +5 VDC = 15W (3000 mA); Isolated +24 VDC
= 20W (830 mA). High Capacity AC/DC and DC power supplies provide 30W (6000 mA) for +5 VDC; Isolated +24 VDC
= 20W (830 mA). For all supplies – maximum total power for all outputs cannot exceed 30 watts.
] Supplied from Isolated +24 VDC on backplane, or from user supply.
Table 9-4. User References Available per System
CPU Model
%AI
%AQ
%I
311, 313, and 323
64 words
32 words
512
331
128 words
64 words
512
340 and 341
1024 words
256 words
512
350
2048 words
512 words
2048
351 – 364
128 – 32640 words, configurable
128 – 32640 words, configurable
2048
Table 9-5. Maximum Number of Analog Modules per System
Analog Module Type
1
2
9-12
CPU Models 311/313/323 1
CPU Models 350 – 364 1
IC693ALG220 and IC693ALG221
Input Module, 4-Channel
5 (5-slot baseplate, Model 311/313)
8 (10-slot baseplate, Model 323)
40 (Model 331/340/341)
64 (Model 350 – 364)
IC693ALG222 and IC693ALG223
Input Module, 16-Channel
4 (5-slot baseplate, Model 311/313)
4 (10-slot baseplate, Model 323)
8 (Model 331) 12 (Model 340/341)
51 (Model 350 – 364)
IC693ALG390
Voltage Output Module, 2-Channel
5 (5-slot baseplate, Model 311/313)
6 (10-slot baseplate, Model 323)
16 (Model 331)
30 (Model 340/341)
48 (Model 350 – 364)
IC693ALG391
Current Output Module, 2-Channel
3 (5-slot baseplate, Model 311/313)
3 (10-slot baseplate, Model 323)
15 (Model 331) 2
15 (Model 340/341) 2
24 (Model 350 – 364) 2
IC693ALG392
Output Module, 8-Channel
4 (5-slot baseplate, Model 311/313)
4 (10-slot baseplate, Model 323)
8 (Model 331)
32 (Model 340/341)
64 (Model 350 – 364)
IC693ALG442
Combination Input/Output Module, 4-Ch In/2-Ch Out
5 (5-slot baseplate, Model 311/313)
10 (10-slot baseplate, Model 323)
21 (Model 331/340/341)
79 (Model 350 – 364)
Maximum I/O slots available per system; Model 311/313 (5), Model 323 (10), Model 331/340/341 (49), Model 350 – 364 (79).
More if +24 VDC is user supplied (32 for Model 331, 49 for Model 340/341, 79 for Model 350 – 364).
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Analog Voltage Input - 4 Channel
IC693ALG220
The 4-Channel Analog Voltage Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides four input channels, each capable of converting an analog input signal to a
digital signal for use as required by your application. The Analog Voltage Input module is
capable of converting inputs in the range of –10 to +10 volts. Conversion speed for each of the
four channels is one millisecond. This provides an update rate of four milliseconds for any
channel. Resolution of the converted signal is 12 bits binary (1 part in 4096).
User data in the %AI registers is in 16-bit 2’s complement format. The placement of the 12
bits from the A/D converter in the %AI data word is shown below. The relationship between
the voltage input and the data from the A/D converter is shown in Figure 3-10.
LSB
MSB
S
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
X
X = not applicable to this discussion.
S = sign bit
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2000
A/D
BITS 0
(decimal)
2000
10
0
10
VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 10-1. A/D Bits vs. Voltage Input
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Scaling of the input is shown below in Figure 3-11.
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32000
%AI
(decimal) 0
32000
10
0
10
VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 10-2. Scaling for Voltage Input
A limited current input mode is also provided in the module. A jumper is provided on the user
terminal connector for each channel, which may be used to connect the internal 250 ohm shunt
resistor into the circuit. The shunt resistor effectively provides a –40 to +40 mA current input
range. However, the input current should generally not exceed ±20 mA, to avoid self-heating
of the input resistor and a corresponding loss of accuracy. A 4 to 20 mA input corresponds to a
1 to 5 volt input to the voltage input module; therefore, the resolution of the 4 to 20 mA input
signal is approximately 10 bits binary (1 part in 1024). The resolution can be increased to
approximately 11 bits (1 part in 2048) by using a precision 250 ohm resistor in place of the
jumper. The resistor causes the voltage input module to see a 4 to 20 mA input as 2 to 10 volts.
The main power source for the module is derived from the isolated +24 VDC power supplied
by the PLC power supply. This voltage is routed through an inverter/regulator to produce the
operating voltages for the module. This module also consumes 27 mA from the +5 VDC
output of the PLC power supply. An LED at the top of the module’s faceplate is ON when the
module’s power supply is operating. The module provides electrical isolation of externally
generated noise between the field wiring and the backplane through optical isolation.
To minimize the capacitive loading and noise, all field connections to the module should be
wired using a good grade of twisted, shielded instrumentation cable. The shields can be
connected to either COM or GND. The COM connection provides access to the common of the
analog circuitry in the module. The GND connection provides access to the baseplate (frame
ground).
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system. See page 3-11 to determine the number of Analog Voltage Input modules that can be
installed in a system.
Note
Connect the + and – terminals together for all unused inputs in order to minimize
any fluctuations in the analog input table for the unused points.
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Table 10-1. Specifications for Analog Voltage Input Module - IC693ALG220
Voltage Range
Calibration
–10 to +10 volts [
Factory calibrated
Update Rate
Resolution
Absolute Accuracy ]
4 msec (all four channels)
5 mV/20 µA, (1 LSB = 5 mV)
±10 mV/40 µA (typical) over operating temperature
±30 mV/160 µA (maximum) over operating temperature
< 1 Least Significant Bit
Linearity
Isolation
Cross-Channel Rejection
Input Impedance
1500 volts between field side and logic side
> 80 db
> 9 Megohms (voltage mode)
250 ohms (current mode)
Input Filter Response
17 Hz
Internal Power Consumption
27 mA from +5 volt bus on the backplane
98 mA from the isolated +24 volt backplane bus
Refer to Appendix C for product standards and general specifications.
[ Both inputs must be within ± 11 volts of COM, including any noise present on the inputs.
] In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±100 mV/400 µA.
Analog Voltage Input Block Diagram
The following figure is a block diagram of the 4-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module.
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COM
I 24V
I GND
PWR
INVERTER/
REGULATOR
AND
VOLTAGE
SUPERVISOR
4:1
MUX
+15V
0V
4
CHANNELS
( +)
FILTERS
(
+ 5V
5V
15V
250 Ω
0.5W
DIFFERENTIAL
AMPLIFIER
JMP
TIMING
GENERATOR
FRAME
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE/
ISOLATION
CIRCUITRY
ICS
CIRCUITS
A/D
CONVERTER
)
VOLTAGE
REFERENCE
GND
POT
ADJUST
Figure 10-3. Analog Voltage Input Module Block Diagram for IC693ALG220
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IC693ALG220 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides information for connecting field wiring to the 4-Channel Analog
Voltage Input module.
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FIELD WIRING
TERMINALS
*
1
2
J
(+)
FIELD WIRING
*
J
3
(+)
4
1
( )
2
5
6
*
*
7
COM
*
8
*
COM
9
GND
10
*
GND
11
12
J
( +)
( )
13
*
J
14
3
( )
(+)
4
15
*
*
COM
GND
J
*
(
16
17
)
*
18
19
20
COM
*
GND
CURRENT INPUT MODE JUMPER
OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS (SEE TEXT)
Figure 10-4. Field Wiring for 4-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module
Note
The (–) side of the voltage source can also be tied to the COM terminal if the
source is floating to limit common-mode voltages. The COM connection
provides access to the common of the analog circuitry in the module. The
GND connection provides access to the baseplate (frame ground).
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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Analog Current Input - 4 Channel
IC693ALG221
The 4-Channel Analog Current Input module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides four input channels, each capable of converting an analog input signal to a
digital signal for use as required by your application. This module provides two input ranges.
The default range is 4 to 20 mA with user data scaled so that 4 mA corresponds to a count of 0
and 20 mA corresponds to a count of 32000 with each 1000 counts representing 0.5 mA. When
a jumper is added to the I/O terminal board, the input range is changed to 0 to 20 mA with user
data scaled so that 0 mA corresponds to a count of 0 and 20 mA corresponds to a count of
32000 with each 800 counts representing 0.5 mA. Two range jumpers are provided with the
module; one for channels one and two, and the other for channels three and four.
Conversion speed for each of the four channels is one-half millisecond. This provides an
update rate of two milliseconds for any channel. Resolution of the converted signal is 12 bits
binary (1 part in 4096) over either range. User data in the %AI registers is in 16-bit 2’s
complement format. The placement of the 12 bits from the A/D converter in the %AI data
word is shown below. The relationship between the current input and the data from the A/D
converter is shown in Figures 3-14 and 3-15.
LSB
MSB
X
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
X=not applicable to this discussion.
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4000
4000
A/D
BITS
(decimal)
A/D
BITS
(decimal)
0
0
0
4
20
0
20
CURRENT (mA)
CURRENT (mA)
4 TO 20mA RANGE
0 TO 20mA RANGE
Figure 10-5. A/D Bits vs. Current Input
If the current source is reversed into the input, or is less than the low end of the current range,
then the module will output a data word corresponding to the low end of the current range
(0000H in %AI). If an input that is out of range is entered (that is, it is greater than 20 mA), the
A/D converter will output up to full scale (corresponding to 7FF8H in %AI).
Input scaling is shown in the next figure.
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32000
32000
%AI
(decimal)
%AI
(decimal)
0
0
0
4
20
0
CURRENT (mA)
CURRENT (mA)
20
0 TO 20mA RANGE
4 TO 20mA RANGE
Figure 10-6. Scaling for Analog Current Input
Input protection for the module is sufficient to guarantee operation with reduced performance
with up to 200V common-mode. The module provides electrical isolation of externally
generated noise between field wiring and the backplane through the use of optical isolation.
To minimize the capacitive loading and noise, all field connections to the module should be
wired using a good grade of twisted, shielded instrumentation cable. The shields can be
connected to either COM or GND. The COM connection provides access to the common of the
analog circuitry in the module. The GND connection provides access to the baseplate (frame
ground).
An LED at the top of the faceplate is ON when the module’s power supply is operating. The main
power source for the module is the isolated +24 VDC power supplied by the PLC power supply.
This voltage is routed through an inverter/regulator to provide the operating voltage for the module.
This module also consumes power from the +5 VDC output of the PLC power supply to drive the
isolation circuitry. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a
Series 90-30 PLC system. See page 3-11 to determine the number of Analog Current Input
modules that can be installed in a system.
Table 10-2. Specifications for Analog Current Input Module - IC693ALG221
Input Current Ranges
Calibration
Update Rate
Resolution at 4-20 mA
Resolution at 0-20 mA
Absolute Accuracy [
Common Mode Voltage
Linearity
Isolation
Common Mode Rejection
Cross-Channel Rejection
Input Impedance
Input Filter Response
Internal Power Consumption
4 to 20 mA and 0 to 20 mA
Factory calibrated to 4 µA per count
2 msec (all four channels)
4 µA (1 LSB = 4 µA)
5 µA (1 LSB = 5 µA)
0.1% full scale + 0.1% reading
200 volts
< 1 Least Significant Bit
1500 volts between field side and logic side
> 70 db at DC; >70 db at 60 Hz
> 80 db from DC to 1 kHz
250 ohms
325 Hz
100 mA from the isolated +24 volt supply
25 mA from+5 volt bus on the backplane
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
[ In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±0.5% FS.
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IC693ALG221 Analog Current Input Block Diagram
The following figure is a block diagram of the 4-Channel Analog Current Input Module.
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RAN1A
PWR
I24V
TRI
2:1
MUX
ANALOG
INPUT
15V
INVERTER
REGULATOR
AND
VOLTAGE
SUPERVISOR
5V
OFFSET
POT ADJUST
5V
RAN2A
F
I
L
T
E
R
DIFFERENTIAL
AMP
FILTERED INPUTS
INA117
AO, AI
RSTB
TIMING
GENERATOR
ICLK
250 Ω
0.5W*
(4 CHANNELS)
F
I
L
T
E
R
15V
IGND
L5V
DUAL
4:1
MUX
VOLT CHANGE
BYSL
RAN1B
WRB
IOCLK
RAN2B
MODE 1
(4 SIGNALS)
POT
15V ADJUST
EN
IODT
ISOLATION
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE
GND
FRAME
GROUND
BUSYB
RSTB
ICLK
BID4
ENAB
BID3
COM
MXCLK
DATA
ICS
CIRCUITS
HIGH
BYTE
LATCH
DATA
A/D
CONVERTER
VREF
VOLTAGE
REFERENCE
SDOT
* = OR MAXIMUM I SPECIFICATION
LGND
Figure 10-7. Analog Current Input Module Block Diagram - IC693ALG221
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IC693ALG221 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Information
The following figure provides information for connecting field wiring to the user terminal board
on the 4-Channel Analog Current Input Module.
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FIELD WIRING
TERMINALS
1
2
( +)
FIELD WIRING
0–20MA
CH1/2
*
3
4
CH1
( –)
( + )
CH2
5
6
*
( –)
7
*
COM
GND
*
8
9
10
COM
*
GND
11
12
( +)
0–20MA
CH3/4
*
13
CH3
( – )
14
( +)
16
( –)
15
*
*
COM
GND
CH4
17
*
18
19
20
COM
*
GND
* OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS
Figure 10-8. Field Wiring for 4 Channel Analog Current Input Module
Note
In order to limit common-mode voltages, each current source common line may
also be tied to its associated COM terminal if the source is floating. These
optional connections are shown in the figure above.
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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Analog Voltage Input - 16 Channel
IC693ALG222
The 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input module provides up to 16 single-ended or eight differential
input channels, each capable of converting an analog input signal to a digital value for use as
required by your application. This module provides two input ranges:
H
0 to 10 V (unipolar)
H
–10 to +10 V (bipolar)
Voltage Ranges and Input Modes
The default input mode and range is single-ended, unipolar, with the user data scaled so that 0 volts
corresponds to a count of 0 and 10 volts corresponds to a count of +32000. The other range and
mode are selected by changing the configuration parameters using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro
or CIMPLICITY Control configurator software, or the Hand-Held Programmer. The range can be
configured for bipolar –10 to +10 V where –10 V corresponds to a count of –32000, 0 V
corresponds to a count of 0, and +10 V corresponds to a count of +32000.
High and Low alarm limits are available on all ranges. Ranges can be configured on a per channel
basis.
Power Requirements and LEDs
This module consumes a maximum of 112 mA from the 5V bus on the PLC backplane. It also
requires a maximum of 41 mA from the backplane Isolated+24 Volt DC supply to power the
on-board power converter that provides isolated ±5V supplies to power the user-side circuitry (see
Table 3-9, Specifications).
There are two green LED indicators on the module which provide module and user supply
status. The top LED, MODULE OK provides module status information on power-up as
follows:
H
H
H
H
ON: status is OK, module configured
OFF: no backplane power or software not running (watchdog timer timed out)
Continuous rapid flashing: configuration data not received from CPU
Slow flashes, then OFF: failed power-up diagnostics or encountered code execution error
The bottom LED, Power Supply OK, indicates that the internally generated user-side +5V supply
is above a minimum designated level.
Location in System
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
References Used
The number of 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input modules which may be installed in a system
depends on the amount of %AI and %I references available. Each module uses 1 to 16 %AI
references (depending on the number of channels enabled) and from 8 to 40 %I references
(depending on alarm status configuration).
The available %AI references are: 64 with CPUs 311, 313, and 323; 128 with CPU331; 1024 with
CPUs 340 and 341; and 2048 with CPUs 350 – 364.
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The maximum number of 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input modules which may be installed in a
system are:
H
4 in a system using CPUs 311, 313, or 323
H
8 in a system using CPU331
H
12 in a system using CPUs 340 or 341
H
51 in a system using CPUs 350 – 364
When planning the module configuration for your application you must also consider the load
capacity of the installed power supply and the total load requirements of all modules that are
installed in the baseplate.
Refer to the Series 90-30 Programmable Controller Installation Manual, GFK-0356 for details on
power supplies and module load requirements.
Table 10-3. Specifications for 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module,
IC693ALG222
Number of Channels
Input Current Ranges
Calibration
Update Rate
1 to 16 selectable, single-ended
1 to 8 selectable, differential
0V to +10V (unipolar) or –10V to +10V (bipolar); selectable each channel
Factory calibrated to:
2.5 mV per count on 0V to +10V (unipolar) range
5 mV per count on –10 to +10V (bipolar) range
6 msec (all 16 single-ended channels)
3 msec (all 8 differential channels)
Resolution at 0V to +10V
Resolution at –10V to +10V
2.5 mV (1 LSB = 2.5 mV)
5 mV (1 LSB = 5 mV)
Absolute Accuracy ]
Linearity
± 0.25% of full scale @ 25_C (77_F)
± 0.5% of full scale over specified operating temperature range
< 1 LSB
Isolation
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Common Mode Voltage
(Differential)
± 11V (bipolar range) [
Cross-Channel Rejection
Input Impedance
> 80 db from DC to 1 kHz
>500K ohms (single-ended mode)
>1M ohms (differential mode)
41 Hz (single-ended mode)
82 Hz (differential mode)
112 mA (maximum) from the backplane +5 VDC bus
41 mA (maximum) from the backplane Isolated +24 VDC supply
Input Filter Response
Internal Power Consumption
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
[ The summation of the differential input, common-mode voltage, and noise must not exceed ±11 volts
when referenced to COM.
] In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±5% FS.
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CPU Interface to the IC693ALG 222 Analog Voltage Input Module
The Series 90-30 PLC uses the data within the %AI data table to record analog values for use
by the programmable controller. This scheme for the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input module
is shown below. More information on the CPU interface to analog modules can be found at the
beginning of this chapter.
USER
CONNECTIONS
Î
CHx
CHx (+)
CHx+1
CHx (–)
COM
Î
Î
Î
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ANALOG VOLTAGE INPUT MODULE
280K
+
233K
233K
3300pf
A/D
CONVERTER
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE
VLSI
MICRO
OPTO
ISOLATION
PROCESSOR
SERIES
90-30
CPU
DATA
TABLE
% AI
3300pf
+
280K
NOTE: CHx AND CHx+1 INDICATE SINGLE-ENDED MODE; CHx (+) AND CHx (–) INDICATE DIFFERENTIAL MODE
Figure 10-9. 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module Block Diagram IC693ALG222
Placement of A/D Bits within the Data Tables
Since converters used in the analog modules are 12-bit converters, not all of the 16 bits in the data
tables contain data required for the conversion. A version of the 12 bits is placed within the 16-bit
data word corresponding to the analog point (in the %AI table). The Series 90-30 PLC system
handles the integration differently for the various analog modules.
The CPU does not manipulate the data from the input modules before placing it within the word
in the %AI data table. The bits in the %AI data table which were not used in the conversion by
the input module are either forced to 0 (zero) by the analog input module. Placement of the 12
data bits from the A/D converter for an analog current input data word for the 16-Channel
Analog Voltage Input module in unipolar range is shown below.
LSB
MSB
X
D11 D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
X=not converted bits
Analog values are scaled over the range of the converter. Factory calibration adjusts the analog
value per bit (resolution) to a multiple of full scale (that is, 2.5 mV/bit for unipolar; 5 mV/bit for
bipolar). This calibration leaves a normal 12-bit converter with 4000 counts (normally 212 = 4096
counts). The data is then scaled with the 4000 counts over the analog range. For example, the
data to the A/D converter for the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input is scaled as shown below.
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10
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4000
A/D
BITS
(decimal)
0
0
VOLTAGE; 0 to 10V RANGE
10
Figure 10-10. A/D Bits vs. Voltage Input for IC693ALG222
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IC693ALG222 Analog Module Field Wiring Connections
Connections to this module from user devices are made to screw terminals on a removable
20-terminal connector block mounted on the front of the module. The actual terminals used are
described in the following table and are shown in the following wiring diagrams.
Terminal Assignments
Pin assignments for the 20 terminal I/O connector on the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input
module are as shown in the following table.
Table 10-4. Terminal Pin Assignments for IC693ALG222
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Pin
Number
Signal
Name
1
n/a
not used
2
n/a
not used
3
CH1
Single Ended Channel 1, Differential Channel 1 (Positive terminal)
4
CH2
Single Ended Channel 2, Differential Channel 1 (Negative terminal)
5
CH3
Single Ended Channel 3, Differential Channel 2 (Positive terminal)
6
CH4
Single Ended Channel 4, Differential Channel 2 (Negative terminal)
7
CH5
Single Ended Channel 5, Differential Channel 3 (Positive terminal)
8
CH6
Single Ended Channel 6, Differential Channel 3 (Negative terminal)
9
CH7
Single Ended Channel 7, Differential Channel 4 (Positive terminal)
10
CH8
Single Ended Channel 8, Differential Channel 4 (Negative terminal)
11
CH9
Single Ended Channel 9, Differential Channel 5 (Positive terminal)
12
CH10
Single Ended Channel 10, Differential Channel 5 (Negative terminal)
13
CH11
Single Ended Channel 11, Differential Channel 6 (Positive terminal)
14
CH12
Single Ended Channel 12, Differential Channel 6 (Negative terminal)
15
CH13
Single Ended Channel 13, Differential Channel 7 (Positive terminal)
16
CH14
Single Ended Channel 14, Differential Channel 7 (Negative terminal)
17
CH15
Single Ended Channel 15, Differential Channel 8 (Positive terminal)
18
CH16
Single Ended Channel 16, Differential Channel 8 (Negative terminal)
19
COM
Common connection for Single Ended Channels
20
GND
Frame ground connections for cable shields
Signal Definition
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IC693ALG222 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Diagrams
The following figures provide information for connecting field wiring to the user terminal board
on the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module.
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TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
FIELD WIRING
1
*
*
2
–
CH1
+
3
+
4
–
+
CH3
5
+
6
–
CH5
+
7
+
8
–
CH7
+
9
10
–
CH9
+
CH11
+
13
14
–
CH13
+
CH15
+
CH8
+
+
CH10
CH12
+
CH14
17
18
COM
CH6
–
–
–
–
–
–
15
16
–
CH4
11
12
–
+
CH2
+
CH16
–
–
19
20
GND **
* NOT CONNECTED
** OPTIONAL SHIELD CONNECTION
Figure 10-11. Field Wiring for 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module IC693ALG222
(Single-Ended Mode)
Note
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
FIELD WIRING
1
–
CH1
+
*
*
2
3
4
+
5
–
CH3
+
+
–
CH6
–
CH8
–
11
12
CH7
CH4
10
+
13
–
–
7
9
CH5
CH2
6
+
8
–
10
+
14
15
16
+
17
18
COM **
19
20
GND **
* NOT CONNECTED
** OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS
Figure 10-12. Field Wiring for 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module IC693ALG222
(Differential Mode)
Note
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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IC693ALG222 Analog Voltage Input Block Diagram
The following figure is a block diagram of the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module.
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* DIFFERENTIAL
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
5V
CONNECTION
CH1
*
CH2
5V
5V
INPUT
CONDITIONER
AND
SCALING
HYBRID
X2
16
SINGLE
ENDED
CHANNELS
ÎÎ
5V
LEDs
16
8
A/D
8 CHANNEL
5V
OPTO
ISOLATION
MICRO
PROCESSOR
EPROM
5V
XTAL
8
RAM
A/D
8 CHANNEL
COM
EEPROM
A/D
REFERENCE
GENERATOR
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE VLSI
I24V
ON BOARD
DC/DC
CONVERTER
AND
REGULATOR
IGND
U5V
VOLTAGE
SUPERVISOR
5V
5V
OPTO
ISOLATION
ÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎ
SERIES 90–30 PLC
BACKPLANE
Figure 10-13. 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module Block Diagram IC693ALG222
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IC693ALG222 Analog Input Module Configuration
The 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input module can be configured using either the Logicmaster
90-30/20/Micro Programming Software configurator function or with the Hand-Held
Programmer.
The parameters that may be configured are described in the following table. Configuration
procedures using Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software and the Hand-Held
Programmer are described in the following pages.
Table 10-5. Configuration Parameters for IC693ALG222
Parameter
Name
Description
Values
Default Values
Units
Active Channels
Number of channels converted
1 through 16
1 (Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro)
16 (Hand-Held programmer)
n/a
Ref Adr
Starting address for %AI reference type
standard range
%AI0001, or next highest available
address
n/a
Ref Adr
Starting address for %I reference type
standard range
%I00001, or next highest available
address
n/a
%I Size
Number of %I status locations
8, 16, 24, 32, 40
8 (Logicmaster 90-30)
40 (Hand-Held Programmer)
bits
Range
Range
0 to 10V or
–10 to 10V
0 to 10V
n/a
Alarm Low
Low limit alarm value
–32767 to +32759
0
User
counts
Alarm High
High limit alarm value
–32766 to +32760
+32000
User
counts
For more information on configuration, see
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H
Configuration Using Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software beginning on
page 3-25 and
H
Configuration Using the Hand-Held Programmer beginning on page 3-29.
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IC693ALG222 Configuration Using Logicmaster Software
This section describes how you can configure the 16-Channel High Density Analog Voltage
Input module using the configurator function in Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming
Software. Configuration can also be done using CIMPLICITY Control Programming Software.
For details refer to the CIMPLICITY Control online help.
To configure a 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module on the I/O Configuration Rack screen:
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1.
Move the cursor to the slot where the module will be located, and press the m30 io softkey
(F1). In the following example screen, the module will be placed in slot 5 of the main
rack.
2.
Press the a in, softkey (F4) to display a list of available analog input modules and their
catalog numbers.
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3.
To select the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input Module, position the cursor on the catalog
number for the module, IC693ALG222, and press the Enter key.
4.
After pressing the Enter key, the first detail screen, shown below, is displayed. You can
then configure the module as required for your application.
Note
Only enabled (active) channels are displayed on the screen
5.
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Use the parameter descriptions provided in the following table to help you make selections
for the parameters on this screen.
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Table 10-6. Parameter Descriptions for Configuration
Parameter
Active
Channel
Description
Enter a number from 1* through 16 for Single Ended or 1* through 8 for Differential.
This number represents the number of channels to be converted. Channels are scanned in sequential,
contiguous order, with channel No. 1 being the first channel scanned. If more
than eight channels are selected, a second detail screen will be displayed to allow you to
enter data in channels 9 through 16.
Reference
Address
The first Reference Address field contains the reference address for %AI data. The address points to
the location in %AI memory where input data to the module begins. Each channel provides 16 bits of
analog input data as an integer value from 0 to 32,760 or –32,767 to 32,752, depending on the range
type selected.
Reference
Address
The second Reference Address field contains the reference address for %I data. The address
points to the location in %I memory where status information from the module begins. You
can select the number of %I status locations reported to the PLC by editing the value in the
%I Size field.
The Mode field describes what type user connection to the terminal board is desired. In
*Single Ended mode, there are 16 inputs referenced to a single common. In Differential
mode each of the 8 inputs has its own signal and common, thereby using two points on the terminal
board for each channel.
Mode
Enter the number of %I locations reported to the PLC. Choices are 0, 8, 16, 24, 32, or 40.
The data is brought back in the following format:
First eight %I locations:
(available for %I SIZE values 8, 16, 24, 32, and 40)
D %I
= Module OK:
0 = module NOT OK; 1 = module OK.
D %I+1
= User Supply OK:
0 = below limit; 1 = user supply OK.
D %I+2 through %I+7 = Reserved for future modules.
Second eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
%I Size
%I+8
%I+9
%I+10
%I+11
%I+12
%I+13
%I+14
%I+15
= Channel No. 1 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 1 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 2 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 2 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 3 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 3 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 4 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 4 ALARM HI:
Third eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
%I+16
%I+17
%I+18
%I+19
%I+20
%I+21
%I+22
%I+23
10-20
%I+24
%I+25
%I+26
%I+27
%I+28
%I+29
%I+30
%I+31
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
(available for %I SIZE values 24, 32, and 40)
= Channel No. 5 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 5 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 6 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 6 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 7 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 7 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 8 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 8 ALARM HI:
Fourth eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
(available for %I SIZE values 16, 24, 32, and 40)
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
(available for %I SIZE values 32 and 40)
= Channel No. 9 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 9 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 10 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 10 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 11 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 11 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 12 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 12 ALARM HI:
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
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Table 10–6. Parameter Descriptions for Configuration (continued)
Parameter
%I Size
(cont’d)
Description
Fifth eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
Range
%I+32
%I+33
%I+34
%I+35
%I+36
%I+37
%I+38
%I+39
(available for %I SIZE value 40)
= Channel No. 13 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 13 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 14 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 14 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 15 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 15 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 16 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 16 ALARM HI:
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
Select the range. Choices are *0 to 10V or –10 to 10V.
In the 0 to 10V default range, input voltage values ranging from 0 to 10V report 0 to
32,000 integer values to the CPU. In the –10 to 10V range, input voltage values ranging
from –10 to 10V report –32000 to 32,000 integer values to the CPU.
Alarm Low
Enter a value that causes an alarm low indication to be passed to the PLC. Each channel
has a low limit alarm value (ALARM LO), which causes %I points to be set. Values entered
without a sign are assumed to be positive. Value checking should be done to determine if
the alarm low values are allowed for the appropriate range. The values allowed are:
D
D
Alarm High
0 to 10V Range
–10 to 10V Range
= 0 to 32760
= –32767 to 32752
Enter a value that causes an alarm high indication to be passed to the PLC. Each channel has a high
limit alarm value (ALARM HI), which causes %I points to be set. Values entered without a sign are
assumed to be positive. Value checking should be done to determine if the alarm high values are allowed for the appropriate range. The values allowed are:
D
D
0 to 10V Range
–10 to 10V Range
= 0 to 32760
= –32767 to 32752
* Default selection.
6.
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Press Rack (Shift-F1) or the Escape key to return to the rack display.
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Configuring IC693ALG222 Using Hand-Held Programmer
You can also configure the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input module using the Hand-Held
Programmer. In addition to the information in this section, refer to GFK-0402, the Hand-Held
Programmer for Series 90-30/20/Micro Programmable Controllers User’s Manual for more
information on configuration of Intelligent I/O modules.
Although you can change the number of actively scanned channels with the Logicmaster
90-30/20/Micro configurator function, the Hand-Held Programmer does not support editing the
number of actively scanned channels. If the 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input module is
initialized by a Hand-Held Programmer, the number of actively scanned channels is 16.
If a module had been previously configured with Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software and the
number of actively scanned channels has been changed from 16, that number will be displayed
on the bottom line of the Hand-Held Programmer display following the AI. You can edit data
with the Hand-Held Programmer only for the active channels, but can not change the number of
actively scanned channels.
Module Present
If a module is physically present in a system, it can be added to the system’s configuration by
reading the module into it. For example, assume that a 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input
module is installed in slot 3 of a Model 311 PLC system. It can be added to the configuration
with the following sequence. Use the Up and Down cursor keys or the # key to display the
selected slot.
Initial Display
R0:03 EMPTY
>S
To add the IC693ALG222 module to the configuration, press the READ/VERIFY key. The
following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
I40:I_
Selecting %I Reference
At this point the starting %I reference address for the status data returned from the module must
be entered. Notice that the length of the status field (40) is displayed as the first two digits
following the first I on the second line of the display.
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Note
This field cannot be changed with the Hand-Held programmer. However, it can be
changed using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software configurator function. The
Hand-Held Programmer will always reflect the currently active length of the status
field.
Pressing the ENT key will allow the PLC to select the starting address of the status data. You
can select a specific starting address by pressing the key sequence for the desired address and
pressing the ENT key. For example to specify the starting address as I17, press the key
sequence 1, 7, ENT. The following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
I40:I17–I56
Selecting %AI Reference
After the starting %I address has been selected, pressing the ENT key again will cause the
following screen to be displayed:
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
AI16:AI_
This screen allows you to select the starting address for the %AI reference. Note that the length
of the status field (16) is displayed as the first two digits following the first AI on the second
line of the display.
Note
This field cannot be changed with the Hand-Held programmer. However, it can be
changed using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software configurator function. The
Hand-Held Programmer will always reflect the currently active length of the status
field.
In the AI field you can select the next available address (the default) by pressing the ENT key
or by entering a specific address. To enter a specific address, press the starting reference
number keys and the ENT. key (for example 3, 5, then ENT.
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
AI16:AI035–AI051
You can press the CLR key at any time to abort the configuration you have just selected and
return the slot to EMPTY.
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Removing Module From Configuration
If required, this module can be removed from the current configuration. Assume that the
module is currently configured in rack 0, slot 3. It can be deleted with the following sequence:
Initial Display
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
AI16:AI_
To delete the module, press the DEL, ENT key sequence. The display will then be:
R0:03 EMPTY
>S
Selecting Module Mode
To display the module mode, press the → key. The display will show the current mode of the
module. The default mode is Single Ended.
Initial Display
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
HI–DEN V:SINGLE
You can toggle between the Single Ended and Differential modes by pressing the ± key. Each
mode will be selected as shown. The range selected is the one currently displayed.
Initial Display
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
HI–DEN V:DIFFERE
When the desired mode for the module is displayed on the screen you can selected it by
pressing the ENT key.
Selecting Input Channel Ranges
The range for each of the 16 channels can be displayed and selected or changed as described
below. Assume that the %AI address is as previously selected.
Initial Display
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
HI–DEN V:SINGLE
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To display the channel ranges press the → key. The display will show Channel 1 (or the
currently selected channel) and the first available range.
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
CHAN 1: 0 – 10
You can toggle through the range for each channel by pressing the ± key. Each range will be
displayed as shown. The range selected is the one currently displayed.
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
CHAN 1:–10 – 10
Alarm Limits Display
To view the alarm limits for the channel currently displayed, press the → key again (the first time
caused the channel ranges to be available for editing). The following screen is displayed:
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
CH 1 LO:
0
The display is the entry field for the low alarm limit for the displayed channel (in this case,
Channel 1). You can enter the desired low alarm limit value using the numeric keys and the ±
key for specifying negative values. Enter the low alarm limit using a value within the valid
limits as listed in Table 3-7. After you have entered the low alarm limit value, press the →
key again to advance to the high alarm limit display for this channel. The following screen is
displayed at this time.
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
CH 1: HI: 32000
The display shows the entry field for the high alarm limit for the currently displayed channel.
You can enter positive or negative numbers (see table 3-7) using the ± and numeric keys.
After selecting the low and high alarm limits for channel 1 (or the currently displayed channel),
you can view the next channel by pressing the → key.
R0:03 HI–DEN V >S
CHAN 2:0 – 10
Edit the range, and low and high alarm limits as described for Channel 1. All active channels
can be changed in this manner. Return to the initial display screen by pressing the ENT key or
by pressing the ← key until the initial screen is displayed.
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Saved Configurations
Configurations that contain a 16-Channel Analog Voltage Input module can be saved to an
EEPROM or MEM card and read into the CPU at a later time. MEM cards and EEPROMs
containing these configurations can be read into any Release 4 or later CPU. Refer to Chapter
2 of the Hand-Held Programmer User’s Manual for detailed information on the Save and
Restore operations.
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Analog Current Input - 16 Channel
IC693ALG223
The 16-Channel Analog Current Input module provides up to 16 single-ended input channels, each
capable of converting an analog input signal to a digital value for use as required by your
application. This module provides three input ranges:
H
4 to 20 mA
H
0 to 20 mA
H
4 to 20 mA Enhanced
Current Ranges
The default range is 4 to 20 mA with user data scaled so that 4 mA corresponds to a count of 0 and
20 mA corresponds to a count of 32000. The other ranges are selected by changing the
configuration parameters using the IC641 configurator software or the Hand-Held Programmer.
The range can be configured so that the input range is 0 to 20 mA with user data scaled so that 0
mA corresponds to a count of 0 and 20 mA corresponds to a count of 32000. Full 12-bit resolution
is available over the 4 to 20 and 0 to 20 mA ranges.
A 4 to 20 mA Enhanced range can also be selected. When this range is selected, 0 mA corresponds
to a count of –8000, 4 mA corresponds to a count of 0 (zero) and 20 mA corresponds to a count of
+32000. The Enhanced range uses the same hardware as the 0 to 20 mA range but automatically
provides 4 to 20 mA range scaling with the exception that negative digital values are provided to
the user for input current levels between 4 mA and 0 mA. This gives you the capability of
selecting a low alarm limit that detects when the input current falls from 4 mA to 0 mA, which
provides for open-wire fault detection in 4 to 20 mA applications. High and Low alarm limits are
available on all ranges. Ranges can be configured on a per channel basis. The module also reports
module status and user-side supply status to the CPU.
Power Requirements and LEDs
This module consumes 120 mA from the 5V bus on the PLC backplane and also requires 65 mA
plus current loop current(s) from a user supplied +24V supply (see Table 3-13, Specifications).
There are two green LED indicators on the module which provide module and user supply
status. The top LED, MODULE OK provides module status information on power-up as
follows:
H
ON: status is OK, module configured;
H
OFF: no backplane power or software not running (watchdog timer timed out);
H
Continuous rapid flashing: configuration data not received from CPU;
H
Slow flashes, then OFF: failed power-up diagnostics or encountered code execution error.
The bottom LED, User Supply OK, indicates that the user provided 24V supply is within
specifications, thereby enabling the analog side of the module to work properly.
Location in System
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
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References Used
The number of 16-Channel Analog Current Input modules which may be installed in a system
depends on the amount of %AI and %I references available. Each module uses 1 to 16 %AI
references (depending on the number of channels enabled) and from 8 to 40 %I (depending on
alarm status configuration) references.
The available %AI references are: 64 in a Model 311, Model 313, and Model 323 system, 128
in a Model 331 system, 1024 in a Model 340 and 341 system, and 2048 in a Model 351 and
Model 352 system.
The maximum number of 16-Channel Analog Current Input modules which may be installed in a
system are:
H
4 in a Model 311, Model 313, and Model 323 system
H
8 in a Model 331 system
H
12 in a Model 340 and Model 341 system
H
51 in a Model 351 and Model 352 system
When planning the module configuration for your application you must also consider the load
capacity of the installed power supply and the total load requirements of all modules that are
installed in the baseplate.
Refer to the Series 90-30 Programmable Controller Installation Manual, GFK-0356 for details on
power supplies and module load requirements.
Table 10-7. Specifications for 16-Channel Analog Current Input Module,
IC693ALG223
Number of Channels
1 to 16 selectable; single ended
Input Current Ranges
0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA and 4 to 20 mA Enhanced (selectable per channel)
Calibration
Update Rate
Factory calibrated to:
4 µA per count on 4 to 20 mA range
5 µA per count on 0 to 20 mA and 4 to 20 mA Enhanced range
13 msec (all 16 channels)
Resolution at 4-20 mA
Resolution at 0-20 mA
Resolution at 4-20 mA Enhanced
4 µA (4 µA/bit)
5 µA (5 µA/bit)
5 µA (5 µA/bit)
Absolute Accuracy [
Linearity
± 0.25% of full scale @ 25_C (77_F): ± 0.5% of full scale over specified
operating temperature range
< 1 LSB from 4 to 20 mA (4 to 20 mA range)
< 1 LSB from 100 µA to 20 mA (0 to 20 mA and
4 to 20 mA Enhanced ranges)
Isolation
1500 volts between field side and logic side
Common Mode Voltage
0 volts (single-ended channels)
Cross-Channel Rejection
Input Impedance
Input Low Pass Filter Response
> 80 db from DC to 1 kHz
250 ohms
19 Hz
External Supply Voltage Range
External Supply Voltage Ripple
Internal Power Consumption
20 to 30 VDC
10%
120 mA from the +5 volt bus on the backplane
65 mA from 24 VDC external user supply (in addition to current loop
currents)
Refer to data sheet GFK-0867C, or later revision for product standards and general specifications.
[ In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±5% FS.
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CPU Interface to the IC693ALG223 Analog Current Input Module
The Series 90-30 PLC uses the data within the %AI data table to record analog values for use
by the programmable controller. This scheme is shown in Figure 3-25 for the 16-Channel
Analog Current Input module. More detailed information on the CPU interface to analog
modules can be found at the beginning of this chapter.
a47020
ANALOG CURRENT INPUT MODULE
Î
Î
USER
CONNECTIONS
CHx
A/D
CONVERTER
MICRO
OPTO
ISOLATION
PROCESSOR
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE
VLSI
DATA
TABLE
% AI
IC693
CPU
250
COM
Figure 10-14. 16-Channel Analog Current Input Module Block Diagram IC693ALG223
Placement of A/D Bits within the Data Tables
Since converters used in the analog modules are 12-bit converters, not all of the 16 bits in the data
tables contain data required for the conversion. A version of the 12 bits is placed within the 16-bit
data word corresponding to the analog point (in the %AI table). The Series 90-30 PLC system
handles the integration differently for the various analog modules.
The CPU does not manipulate the data from the input modules before placing it within the word
in the %AI data table. The bits in the %AI data table which were not used in the conversion by
the input module are forced to 0 (zero) by the analog input module. Placement of the 12 data
bits from the A/D converter for an analog current input data word for the 16-Channel Analog
Current Input module is shown below.
LSB
MSB
X
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
X=not converted bits
Analog values are scaled over the range of the converter. Factory calibration adjusts the analog
value per bit (resolution) to a multiple of full scale (that is, 4 µA/bit). This calibration leaves a
normal 12-bit converter with 4000 counts (normally 212 = 4096 counts). The data is then scaled
with the 4000 counts over the analog range. For example, the data to the A/D converter for the
16-Channel Analog Current Input is scaled as shown in the following figure.
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a44758
4000
A/D
BITS
(decimal)
0
0
4
20
CURRENT (mA) 4 TO 20mA RANGE
Figure 10-15. A/D Bits vs. Current Input for IC693ALG223
IC693ALG223 Configuration
The 16-Channel Analog Current Input module can be configured using either the Logicmaster
90-30/20/Micro or CIMPLICITY Control Programming Software configurator function, or with
the Hand-Held Programmer.
The parameters that may be configured are described in the following table. Configuration
procedures using Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software and the Hand-Held
Programmer are described in the following pages.
Table 10-8. Configuration Parameters
Parameter
Name
Description
Values
Default Values
Units
Active Channels
Number of channels converted
1 through 16
1 (Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro)
16 (Hand-Held programmer)
n/a
Ref Adr
Starting address for %AI reference type
standard range
%AI0001, or next highest available
address
n/a
Ref Adr
Starting address for %I reference type
standard range
%I00001, or next highest available
address
n/a
%I Size
Number of %I status locations
8, 16, 24, 32, 40
8 (Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro)
40 (Hand-Held Programmer)
bits
Range
Type of input and range
4-20, 0-20, or 4-20+
(Enhanced)
4-20
n/a
Alarm Low
Low limit alarm value
–8000 to +32759
0
User
counts
Alarm High
High limit alarm value
–7999 to +32760
+32000
User
counts
For more information on configuration, see
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Configuration Using Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software beginning on
page 3-42
H
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Configuring IC693ALG223 Using Logicmaster Software
This section describes how you can configure the 16-Channel High Density Analog Current
Input module using the configurator function in Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro programming
software. Configuration can also be done using CIMPLICITY Control Programming Software.
For details refer to the CIMPLICITY Control online help.
To configure a 16-Channel Analog Input Module on the I/O Configuration Rack screen:
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1.
Move the cursor to the slot where the module will be located, and press the m30 io softkey
(F1). In the following example screen, the module will be placed in slot 5 of the main
rack.
2.
Press the a in, softkey (F4) to display a list of available analog input modules and their
catalog numbers.
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3.
To select the 16-Channel Analog Input Module, position the cursor on the catalog number
for the module, IC693ALG223, and press the Enter key.
4.
After pressing the Enter key, the first detail screen, shown below, is displayed.
Note
Only enabled (active) channels are displayed on the screen
5.
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Use the parameter descriptions provided in the following table to help you make selections
for the parameters on this screen.
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Table 10-9. Parameter Descriptions for Configuration
Parameter
Active
Channel
Description
Enter a number from 1* through 16. This number represents the number of channels to be converted.
Channels are scanned in sequential, contiguous order, with channel No. 1
being the first channel scanned. If more than eight channels are selected, a second detail screen will be
displayed to allow you to enter data in channels 9 through 16.
Reference
Address
The first Reference Address field contains the reference address for %AI data. The address points to the
location in %AI memory where input data to the module begins. Each
channel provides 16 bits of analog input data as an integer value from 0 to 32,760 or
–8,000 to 32,760, depending on the range type selected.
Reference
Address
The second Reference Address field contains the reference address for %I data. The
address points to the location in %I memory where status information from the module
begins. You can select the number of %I status locations reported to the PLC by editing
the value in the %I Size field.
Enter the number of %I locations reported to the PLC. Choices are 8, 16, 24, 32, or 40.
The data is brought back in the following format:
First eight %I locations:
D
D
D
%I
= Module OK:
0 = module NOT OK; 1 = module OK.
%I+1
= User Supply OK:
0 = below limit; 1 = user supply OK.
%I+2 through %I+7 = Reserved for future modules.
Second eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
%I Size
%I+8
%I+9
%I+10
%I+11
%I+12
%I+13
%I+14
%I+15
%I+16
%I+17
%I+18
%I+19
%I+20
%I+21
%I+22
%I+23
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%I+25
%I+26
%I+27
%I+28
%I+29
%I+30
%I+31
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
(available for %I SIZE values 24, 32, and 40)
= Channel No. 5 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 5 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 6 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 6 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 7 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 7 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 8 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 8 ALARM HI:
Fourth eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
(available for %I SIZE values 16, 24, 32, and 40)
= Channel No. 1 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 1 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 2 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 2 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 3 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 3 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 4 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 4 ALARM HI:
Third eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
(available for %I SIZE values 8, 16, 24, 32, and 40)
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
(available for %I SIZE values 32 and 40)
= Channel No. 9 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 9 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 10 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 10 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 11 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 11 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 12 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 12 ALARM HI:
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0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
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Table 10–9. Parameter Descriptions for Configuration (continued)
Parameter
%I Size
(cont’d)
Range
Alarm Low
Description
Fifth eight %I locations:
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
= Channel No. 13 ALARM LO
= Channel No. 13 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 14 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 14 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 15 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 15 ALARM HI:
= Channel No. 16 ALARM LO:
= Channel No. 16 ALARM HI:
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
0 = above limit; 1 = below or equal to limit.
0 = below limit; 1 = above or equal to limit.
Select the type of input range and the ranges. Choices are 4 -20mA,* 0-20mA, or 4-20mA+.
In the 4 to 20mA default range, input current values ranging from 4 to 20mA report 0 to 32,000 integer
values to the CPU. In the 0 to 20mA range, input current values ranging from 0 to
20mA report 0 to 32,000 integer values to the CPU over an input current range of 0 to 20mA.
The enhanced 4 to 20mA range operates like the default 4 to 20mA range, except that negative values are
reported when the input current drops below 4mA. In this mode, if 0mA is input,
the value reported to the PLC is –8,000.
Enter a value that causes an alarm low indication to be passed to the PLC. Each channel has
a low limit alarm value (ALARM LO), which causes %I points to be set. Values entered
without a sign are assumed to be positive. Value checking should be done to determine if
the alarm low values are allowed for the appropriate range. The values allowed are:
D
D
D
Alarm High
%I+32
%I+33
%I+34
%I+35
%I+36
%I+37
%I+38
%I+39
(available for %I SIZE value 40)
4 to 20mA Range = 0 to 32759
0 to 20mA Range = 0 to 32759
4 to 20mA+ Range = –8,000 to +32759
Enter a value that causes an alarm high indication to be passed to the PLC. Each channel has a high limit
alarm value (ALARM HI), which causes %I points to be set. Values entered without a sign are assumed to
be positive. Value checking should be done to determine if the
alarm high values are allowed for the appropriate range. The values allowed are:
D
D
D
4 to 20mA Range = 1 to 32760
0 to 20mA Range = 1 to 32760
4 to 20mA+ Range = –7999 to 32760
* Default selection.
6.
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Press Rack (Shift-F1) or the Escape key to return to the rack display.
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Configuring IC693ALG223 Using Hand-Held Programmer
You can also configure the 16-Channel Analog Current Input module using the Series 90-30
Hand-Held Programmer. In addition to the information in this section, refer to GFK-0402, the
Hand-Held Programmer for Series 90-30/20/Micro Programmable Controllers User’s Manual
for more information on configuration of Intelligent I/O modules.
Although you can change the number of actively scanned channels with the Logicmaster
90-30/20/Micro configurator function, the Hand-Held Programmer does not support editing the
number of actively scanned channels. If the 16-Channel Analog Input module is initialized by
a Hand-Held Programmer, the number of actively scanned channels is 16.
If a module had been previously configured with Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software and the
number of actively scanned channels has been changed from 16, that number will be displayed
on the bottom line of the Hand-Held Programmer display following the AI. You can edit data
with the Hand-Held Programmer only for the active channels, but can not change the number of
actively scanned channels.
Module Present
If a module is physically present in a system, it can be added to the system’s configuration by
reading the module into it. For example, assume that a 16-Channel Analog Current Input
module is installed in slot 3 of a Model 311 PLC system. It can be added to the configuration
with the following sequence. Use the Up and Down cursor keys or the # key to display the
selected slot.
Initial Display
R0:03 EMPTY
>S
To add the IC693ALG223 module to the configuration, press the READ/VERIFY key. The
following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
I40:I_
Selecting %I Reference
At this point the starting %I reference address for the status data returned from the module must
be entered. Notice that the length of the status field (40) is displayed as the first two digits
following the first I on the second line of the display.
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Note
This field cannot be changed with the Hand-Held programmer. However, it can be
changed using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/20/Micro software configurator function.
The Hand-Held Programmer will always reflect the currently active length of the status field.
Pressing the ENT key will allow the PLC to select the starting address of the status data. You
can select a specific starting address by pressing the key sequence for the desired address and
pressing the ENT key. For example to specify the starting address as I17, press the key
sequence 1, 7, ENT. The following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
I40:I17–I56
Selecting %AI Reference
After the starting %I address has been selected, pressing the ENT key again will cause the
following screen to be displayed:
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
AI16:AI_
This screen allows you to select the starting address for the %AI reference. Note that the length
of the status field (16) is displayed as the first two digits following the first AI on the second
line of the display.
Note
This field cannot be changed with the Hand-Held programmer. However, it can be
changed using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software configurator function. The
Hand-Held Programmer will always reflect the currently active length of the status
field.
In the AI field you can select the next available address (the default) by pressing the ENT key
or by entering a specific address. To enter a specific address, press the starting reference
number keys and the ENT. key (for example 3, 5, then ENT.
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
AI16:AI035–AI051
You can press the CLR key at any time to abort the configuration you have just selected and
return the slot to EMPTY.
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Removing Module From Configuration
If required, this module can be removed from the current configuration. Assume that the
module is currently configured in rack 0, slot 3. It can be deleted with the following sequence:
Initial Display
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
AI16:AI_
To delete the module, press the DEL, ENT key sequence. The display will then be:
R0:03 EMPTY
>S
Selecting Input Channel Ranges
The range for each of the 16 channels can be displayed and selected or changed as described
below. Assume that the %AI address is as previously selected.
initial display
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
AI16:AI035–AI051
To display the channel ranges press the → key. The display will show Channel 1 (or the
currently selected channel) and the first available range.
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
CHANNEL 1: 4–20
You can toggle through the range for each channel by pressing the ± key. Each range will be
displayed as shown. The range selected is the one currently displayed.
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
CHANNEL 1: 0–20
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
CHANNEL 1: 4–20+
Alarm Limits Display
To view the alarm limits for the channel currently displayed, press the → key again (the first time
caused the channel ranges to be available for editing). The following screen is displayed:
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R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
CHAN 1 LO: 00000
The display is the entry field for the low alarm limit for the displayed channel (in this case,
Channel 1). You can enter the desired low alarm limit value using the numeric keys and the ±
key for specifying negative values. Enter the low alarm limit using a value within the valid
limits as listed in Table 2. After you have entered the low alarm limit value, press the → key
again to advance to the high alarm limit display for this channel. The following screen is
displayed at this time.
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
CHAN 1 HI: 32000
The display shows the entry field for the high alarm limit for the currently displayed channel.
You can enter positive or negative numbers (see table 2) using the ± and numeric keys. After
selecting the low and high alarm limits for channel 1 (or the currently displayed channel), you
can view the next channel by pressing the → key.
R0:03 HI–DEN C >S
CHANNEL 2: 4–20
Edit the range, and low and high alarm limits as described for Channel 1. All active channels
can be changed in this manner. Return to the initial display screen by pressing the ENT key or
by pressing the ← key until the initial screen is displayed.
Saved Configurations
Configurations that contain a 16-Channel Analog Current Input module can be saved to an
EEPROM or MEM card and read into the CPU at a later time. MEM cards and EEPROMs
containing these configurations can be read into any Release 4 or later CPU. Refer to Chapter
2 of the Hand-Held Programmer User’s Manual for detailed information on the Save and
Restore operations.
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IC693ACC223 Analog Module Field Wiring Connections
Connections to this module from user devices are made to screw terminals on a removable
20-terminal connector block mounted on the front of the module. The actual terminals used are
described in the following table and are shown in the following wiring diagrams.
Terminal Assignments
Pin assignments for the 20 terminal I/O connector on the 16-Channel Analog Current Input
module are as shown in the following table.
Table 10-10. Terminal Pin Assignments
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Pin
Number
Signal
Name
1
24VIN
2
24VOUT
3
CH1
Current Input, Channel 1
4
CH2
Current Input, Channel 2
5
CH3
Current Input, Channel 3
6
CH4
Current Input, Channel 4
7
CH5
Current Input, Channel 5
8
CH6
Current Input, Channel 6
9
CH7
Current Input, Channel 7
10
CH8
Current Input, Channel 8
11
CH9
Current Input, Channel 9
12
CH10
Current Input, Channel 10
13
CH11
Current Input, Channel 11
14
CH12
Current Input, Channel 12
15
CH13
Current Input, Channel 13
16
CH14
Current Input, Channel 14
17
CH15
Current Input, Channel 15
18
CH16
Current Input, Channel 16
19
COM
Common connection to input current sense resistors; user supplied
24V input return or 24VIN return
20
GND
Frame ground connections for cable shields
Signal Definition
User supplied 24V Input; provides loop power via 24VOUT terminal
(pin 2)
+24V loop power tie point
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IC693ACC223 Analog Input Module Field Wiring Diagrams
The following figure provides information for connecting field wiring to the user terminal board
on the 16-Channel Analog Current Input Module.
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24VIN
***
1
2
24VOUT
CH1
3
4
*
CH2
5
6
*
7
8
9
10
24V
11
12
**
13
**
14
15
16
17
18
COM
19
20
GND
* USER CURRENT LOOP DRIVER
** OPTIONAL SHIELD CONNECTION
** * PIN 2 CONNECTED TO PIN 1 INTERNALLY
Figure 10-16. Field Wiring for 16-Channel Analog Current Input Module IC693ALG223
Note
The current source may also be tied to the COM terminal if the source is
floating to limit common–mode voltages. See the next figure.
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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TERMINALS
24VIN
10
1
2
CH1
3
4
5
6
7
I
8
9
USER
CURRENT
SOURCE
10
24V
11
I
12
13
USER
COMMON
14
15
16
*
17
18
COM
19
20
GND
*
OPTIONAL SHIELD CONNECTION
Figure 10-17. Field Wiring - Alternate User Connections - IC693ALG223
Note
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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IC693ACC223 Analog Current Input Block Diagram
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ ÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
The following figure is a block diagram of the 16-Channel Analog Current Input Module.
Î
Î
+24V IN
24V OUT
24V
Î
CH X
250
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
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Vcc
LEDs
VOLTAGE
SUPERVISOR
OPTO–
ISOLATION
A/D
8 CHANNEL
OPTO–
ISOLATION
MICRO
PROCESSOR
16 CHANNELS
TOTAL
EPROM
+
XTAL
RAM
EEPROM
Î
CH Y
250
Î
Î
Î
Î
COM
GND
A/D
8 CHANNEL
+
Vcc
REFERENCE
AND
RANGE
SELECT
CIRCUITRY
OPTO–
ISOLATION
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE
VLSI
SERIES 90-30 PLC
BACKPLANE
Figure 10-18. 16-Channel Analog Current Input Module Block Diagram IC693ALG223
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Analog Voltage Output - 2 Channel
IC693ALG390
The 2-Channel Analog Voltage Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides two output channels, each capable of converting 13 bits of binary (digital) data
to an analog output for use as required by your application. The Analog Voltage Output module is
capable of providing outputs in the range of –10 to +10 volts. Resolution of the converted signal is
12 bits binary plus sign which is effectively 13 bits (1 part in 8192). Both channels are updated on
every scan (about 5 milliseconds). User data in the %AQ registers is in a 16-bit 2’s complement
format. The 13 most significant bits from the %AQ register are converted to sign magnitude by
the PLC and sent to the module for use by the D/A converter circuitry. The placement of the 13
bits converted to sign magnitude is shown below. The relationship between the voltage output and
the data from the D/A converter is shown in Figure 3-30.
LSB
MSB
S
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
S = Sign bit.
X= not applicable to this discussion.
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4000
D/A
BITS 0
(decimal)
4000
10
0
VOLTAGE (V)
10
Figure 11-1. D/A Bits vs. Voltage Output
The state of the module, if the CPU goes to the STOP mode or RESET, can be either Default to 0
volts or Hold-Last-State. Selection of the desired state is made by configuring the DEF0 jumper
on the detachable terminal connector on the module. If the jumper is not installed, the outputs will
Hold-Last-State on STOP or RESET. Scaling of the output is shown below.
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32000
%AQ
0
(decimal)
32000
10
0
VOLTAGE (V)
10
Figure 11-2. Scaling for Voltage Output
The primary power source for the module is the isolated +24 VDC power supplied by the PLC
power supply. Two terminals are provided on the module’s terminal connector for user supplied
+24 volts. This allows you to provide a standby power supply, so that the outputs can continue
to hold their value if the internal supply is lost and Hold Last State is selected. Additionally,
you can also supply the module voltage to reduce the load on the PLC isolated +24 VDC power
supply. The user supply must be used when the applied voltage is 0.7 volts higher than the
isolated +24 VDC supply, which can range from 21.5 volts to 26.5 volts. An LED at the top of
the module’s faceplate is ON when the module’s power supply is operating.
To minimize capacitive loading and noise, all field connections should be wired using a good
grade of twisted, shielded instrumentation cable. The shields should be connected to GND on
the user terminal connector block. The GND connection provides access to the baseplate
(frame ground) resulting in superior rejection of noise caused by any shield drain currents.
The module provides electrical isolation of externally generated noise between field wiring and
the backplane through the use of optical isolation. This module can be installed in any I/O slot
of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system. Refer to page 3-11 to determine the
number of Analog Voltage Output modules that can be installed in a system.
Table 11-1. Specifications for Analog Voltage Output Module, IC693ALG390
Voltage Range
Calibration
Supply Voltage (nominal)
–10 to +10 volts
Factory calibrated to 2.5 mV per count
+24 VDC, from isolated +24 VDC on backplane or user supplied voltage source, and +5 VDC from backplane
External Supply Voltage Range
External Supply Voltage Ripple
18 to 30 VDC
10%
Update Rate
5 msec (both channels) This update rate is approximate since it is
determined by I/O scan time, and is application dependent.
2.5 mV (1 LSB = 2.5 mV)
± 5 mV at 25° C (77° F)
1 mv maximum, 0 to 60° C (32° to 140° F)
5 mA (2K ohms minimum resistance)
2000 pico farads, maximum
1500 volts between field side and logic side
32 mA from +5 volt supply
Resolution
Absolute Accuracy [
Offset
Output Loading (maximum)
Output Load Capacitance
Isolation
Internal Power Consumption
120 mA from +24 volt supply (isolated backplane or user supply)
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
[ In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±50mV.
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IC693ALG390 Analog Voltage Output Block Diagram
The following figure is a block diagram of the 2-Channel Analog Voltage Output Module,
IC693ALG390.
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POT ADJUST (2 CH)
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE/
ISOLATION
CIRCUITRY
VOLTAGE
REFERENCE
GENERATOR
V01
DUAL
D/A
V02
OCS
DEFO
JUMPERS
PWR
GND1
INVERTER/
REGULATOR
AND
VOLTAGE
SUPERVISOR
+ 15V
+ 5V
GND2
FRAME
5V
15V
COM1
COM2
0V
I 24V
IN24V
I GND
IN0V
Figure 11-3. Analog Voltage Output Module Block Diagram - IC693ALG390
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IC693ALG390 Analog Output Module Field Wiring Diagram
The following figure provides information for connecting field wiring to the Analog Voltage
Output module.
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TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
1
2
1
3
4
COM
5
6
2
COM
*
GND
7
8
*
GND
9
10
DEF 0
11
*
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
24V
*
19
20
* OPTIONAL CONNECTION,
REFER TO TEXT
Figure 11-4. Field Wiring for Analog Voltage Output Module - IC693ALG390
Note
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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Analog Output Modules
Analog Current Output - 2 Channel
IC693ALG391
The 2-Channel Analog Current Output module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic
Controller provides two output channels, each capable of converting 12 bits of binary (digital)
data to an analog output for use as required by your application. The Analog Current Output
module is capable of providing outputs in the range of 0 to 20 mA. Resolution of the
converted signal is 12 bits binary (1 part in 4096). The sign bit is not used in the conversion
process. Both channels are updated on every scan (about 5 milliseconds). User data in the
%AQ registers is in a 16-bit 2’s complement format. The 13 most significant bits from the
%AQ register are converted to sign magnitude by the PLC and sent to the module. Twelve of
the bits are used by the D/A converter; the 13th bit (sign) is used to determine if negative data
was sent to the module.
The placement of the 13 bits within the data word is shown below. The relationship between
the current output and the data from the D/A converter is shown in Figures 3-34 and 3-35.
LSB
MSB
X
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
S = sign bits
X = not applicable to this discussion.
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4000
4000
D/A
BITS
(decimal)
D/A
BITS
(decimal)
0
0
0
4
20
CURRENT (mA)
4 TO 20mA RANGE
Figure 11-5. D/A Bits vs. Current
Output, 4 to 20 mA
0
CURRENT (mA)
0 TO 20mA RANGE
20
Figure 11-6. D/A Bits vs. Current
Output, 0 to 20 mA
If the module is sent negative data, it outputs the low end of the current range (that is, 4 mA for
the 4 to 20 mA range). If a value which is out of range is entered (that is. greater than 32767),
the software does not accept the value.
This module provides two output ranges. The default range is 4 to 20 mA with user data scaled
so that a count of 0 corresponds to 4 mA and a count of 32000 corresponds to 20 mA with each
1000 counts representing 0.5 mA. When a RANGE jumper (either RANGE1 or RANGE2) is
added to the I/O terminal board, the output range is 0 to 20 mA with user data scaled so that a
count of 0 corresponds to 0 mA and a count of 32000 corresponds to 20 mA with each 800
counts representing 0.5 mA. The range of each output can be programmed individually. The
module provides a full 12 bits of resolution in either range. Scaling of the output is as shown in
Figures 3-36 and 3-37.
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32000
32000
%AQ
(decimal)
%AQ
(decimal)
0
0
0
4
0
20
Figure 11-7. Scaling for Current
Output, 4 to 20 mA
20
CURRENT (mA)
0 TO 20mA RANGE
CURRENT (mA)
4 TO 20mA RANGE
Figure 11-8. Scaling for Current
Output, 0 to 20 mA
The state of the module if the CPU goes to the STOP mode or RESET, can be either Default to 0/4
mA or Hold-Last-State. Selection of the desired state is made by configuring the DEF0/4 jumper
on the detachable terminal board connector on the module. If the jumper is not installed, the
outputs will Hold-Last-State on STOP or RESET provided that a backup user supply is connected
when the system power goes down. If the DEF0/4 jumper is present, the module defaults to 4 mA
on the 4 to 20 mA range or 0 mA on the 0 to 20 mA range on STOP or RESET. One jumper per
module is used to program both outputs for Hold-Last-State or DEF0/4.
Each module output may be used as a current source or as a less accurate voltage source. A
voltage is output at VOUTx that corresponds to the current output. The selection of current or
voltage output is made with a jumper on the I/O terminal board. If no jumper is installed, the
module performs as a current source. If the JMPVx jumper is present, the module performs as a
voltage source. Each channel has the option of selecting voltage or current. The setting of the
current output range determines the voltage range. The voltage range can be increased by using a
250 ohm resistor in place of the voltage jumper from JMPVx to IOUTx. The following table shows
the relationship between range settings and voltage outputs.
Table 11-2. Range Settings vs. Voltage Outputs
Range Setting
Voltage Range
4 to 20 mA
(no range jumper)
1 to 5 V
2 to 10 V with external resistor
0 to 20 mA
(range jumper present)
0 to 5 V
0 to 10 V with external resistor
The primary power source for the module is the isolated +24 VDC power supplied by the PLC
power supply. Two terminals are also provided on the module’s I/O terminal board for user
supplied +24 volts. This allows you to provide a standby power supply so that the outputs can
continue to hold their value if the internal supply is lost and Hold-Last-State is selected. You may
also want to supply the module voltage to reduce the load on the PLC isolated +24 VDC power
supply. The user supply will be used when the applied voltage is higher than the isolated +24 VDC
supply, which can range from 21.5 volts to 26.5 volts.
An internal voltage source of about +24V is generated in the module to drive the current loop
outputs. The current loop drivers on the module are source type drivers. This means that a positive
current flows out of the current loop outputs so that the user’s loads can be returned to common. A
resistor is placed in series with the common return to limit ground loop currents. To minimize the
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capacitive loading and noise, all field connections to the module should be wired using a good
grade of twisted, shielded instrumentation cable. The shields should be connected to GND on
the user terminal connector block. The GND connection provides access to the baseplate
(frame ground) resulting in superior rejection of noise caused by any shield drain currents.
An LED on the module’s faceplate is ON when the module’s power supply is operating. The
module provides electrical isolation of externally generated noise between field wiring and the
backplane through use of optical isolation. This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5
or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system. If user provided supplies are not used to
power the module, a maximum of three Analog Current Output modules can be installed in a
baseplate.
Table 11-3. Specifications for Analog Current Output Module - IC693ALG391
Output Current Range
Output Voltage Range 1
Calibration
Supply Voltage (nominal)
External Supply Voltage Range 2
External Supply Voltage Ripple
Update Rate
Resolution:
4 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
Absolute Accuracy: 3
4 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
Maximum Compliance Voltage
User Load (current mode)
Output Load Capacitance (current mode)
Output Load Inductance (current mode)
Maximum Output Loading (voltage mode)
Isolation
Internal Power Consumption
4 to 20 mA and 0 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V and 0 to 5 V
Factory calibrated to 4µA per count
+24 VDC, from isolated +24 VDC on backplane
or user supplied voltage source, and +5 VDC from
backplane
20 to 30 VDC
10%
5 msec (approximate, both channels)
Determined by I/O scan time, and is application
dependent.
4µA (1 LSB = 4µA)
5µA (1 LSB = 5µA)
1 mV (1 LSB = 1 mV)
1.25 mV (1 LSB = 1.25 mV)
±8µA at 25°C (77°F)
±10µA at 25°C (77°F)
±50 mV at 25°C (77°F)
±50 mV at 25°C (77°F)
25 V
0 to 850 ohms
2000 pF
1H
5 mA (2K ohms minimum resistance) (2000 pF
maximum capacitance)
1500 volts between field and logic side
30 mA from +5V supply
215 mA from Isolated +24 VDC backplane supply
or user supply
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
1
Allowable load on the voltage output option can be calculated from the total module current shown in Figure 3-38.
Allowable user supply is dependent on the current load and the ambient temperature as shown in Figure 3-38.
3 In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to
µA (4 to 20 mA
range),
µA (0 to 20 mA range).
2
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26.5V
50
28V
40
TOTAL
MODULE
LOAD
CURRENT
(mA)
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51mA
40mA
30V
30
30mA
20
NOTE
WHEN IN VOLTAGE MODE,
ASSUME 20.5 mA PER
CHANNEL IN ADDITION TO
VOUT LOAD CURRENT PER
CHANNEL.
10
EXAMPLE: BOTH CHANNELS IN 0 TO
+10V MODE WITH 2K LOADS = 51 mA
45°C
10°C
20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 11-9. Load Current Derating
IC693ALG391 Analog Current Output Block Diagram
The following figure is a block diagram of the 2-channel Analog Output module.
DO (CS1/)
SDIN/
D1 (CS2/)
IOWT
CLK
EN
FB
CH1
0V
VOUT1
ICH1
OCS
IOCLK
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DUAL
D/A
D3–D14
(MAGNITUDE 2 BITS)
VOUT2
FB
CH2
IODT
IOUT1
ICH2
RUN
EN
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE
AND
ISOLATION
CIRCUITRY
CLK
D
RTN1
WR /
FF Q/
CLR
10
VREF1
Ω
RTN2
VREF2
10 Ω
IOUT2
PSOK
D15(SIG)
OS1
POT ADJUST
(2 PER CHANNEL)
L5V
DO
(CS1) +5V
LGND
BID2
CLK
D
FF Q/
CLR
BID4
KILL
2–CHANNEL
OFFSET
AND
DUAL
REFERENCE
GENERATOR
OS2
2–CHANNEL
CURRENT
DRIVER
JMPV2
250 Ω
JMPV1
24V
250 Ω
GND1
FRAME
GROUND
GND2
CHANNEL 1
0–20mA
SELECT
JUMPER
RAN1A
RST/
RAN1B
PWR
0V
+5V
INVERTER
REGULATOR
+10V
AND
VOLTAGE
–10V
SUPERVISOR
–24V
CHANNEL 2
0–20mA
SELECT
JUMPER
RAN2B
RAN2A
HL8
DEFAULT
TO ZERO
SELECT
JUMPER
0V
+5V
+10V –10V
DEFO /
I24V
IN24V
IGND
IN0V
Figure 11-10. Analog Current Output Module Block Diagram - IC693ALG391
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IC693ALG391 Analog Output Module Field Wiring Diagrams
The following two figures provide information for connecting field wiring to the Analog
Current Output module. Figure 3-40 shows the connections necessary for the outputs to be used
as analog current outputs.
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TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
VOUT1
1
2
VOUT2
IOUT1
3
4
IOUT2
RTN1
5
6
RTN2
GND
7
8
*
GND
*
JMPV1
9
10
11
12
JMPV2
DEF 0
*
13
14
RANGE 1
15
*
16
17
18
24V
*
+
19
20
RANGE 2
*
* OPTIONAL CONNECTION, REFER TO TEXT
Figure 11-11. Field Wiring - Analog Current Output Module (Current Mode) IC693ALG391
Note
An external supply can be used to power the module and the loop current.
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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Figure 3-41 shows the connections necessary for the outputs of the module to be used as analog
voltage outputs.
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TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
2K (MIN)
VOUT1
1
2
VOUT2
IOUT1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
IOUT2
RTN1
RTN2
2K (MIN)
GND
GND
*
*
JMPV1
JMPV2
DEF 0
*
13
14
15
RANGE 1
*
16
17
18
24V
*
+
19
20
RANGE 2
*
* OPTIONAL CONNECTION, REFER TO TEXT
Figure 11-12. Field Wiring - Analog Current Output Module (Voltage Mode) IC693ALG391
Note
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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Analog Current/Voltage Output - 8 Channel
IC693ALG392
The 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output module provides up to eight single-ended output
channels with current loop outputs or voltage outputs. Each analog output channel is capable of
providing two current output ranges or two voltage output ranges. Each channel can be
individually configured for the output range required for your application. The module has no
jumpers or switches for configuration.
All ranges can be configured using either Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro or CIMPLICITY Control
Programming Software configurator function, or the Series 90-30 Hand-Held Programmer. The
default range is 0 to +10 volts. Configurable current and voltage output ranges are:
H
0 to +10 volts (unipolar)
H
–10 to +10 volts (bipolar)
H
0 to 20 milliamps
H
4 to 20 milliamps
Each channel is capable of converting 15 to 16 bits (depending on the range selected) of binary
(digital) data to an analog output for use as required by your application. All eight channels are
updated every 12 milliseconds. User data in the %AQ registers is in a 16-bit 2’s complement
format. In current modes, an open-wire fault is reported to the CPU for each channel. The module
can go to a known last state when system power is interrupted. As long as user power is applied to
the module, each output will maintain its last value, or reset to zero, as determined by how you
have configured the module.
Important Product Information
Please note the following important product information. This version of
the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output module requires the following
product versions for compatibility:
CPU: Firmware Versions 3.3 to 4.6:
If your CPU has firmware version 3.3 to 4.6, you must select 16 %I
bits at configuration. If this selection is not made, a loss of module
fault will occur.
CPU: Firmware Version 5.0 or later:
If your CPU has firmware version 5.0, or later, then the %I
configuration will accept 8 or 16 %I bits.
Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Software:
Version 5.00, or later, is required to configure the module using the
Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software configuration function.
Control Software:
Version 2.00, or later, is required to configure the module using the
Control software configuration function.
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IC693ALG392 Current/Voltage Ranges and Output Modes
Current Operation
In the 4 to 20 mA range user data is scaled so that 4 mA corresponds to a count of 0 and 20 mA
corresponds to a count of 32000. In the 0 to 20 mA range, user data is scaled so that 0 mA
corresponds to a count of 0 and 20 mA corresponds to 32000. Note that in the 0 to 20 mA
mode, you can enter a value up to 32767 which provides a maximum output of approximately
20.5 mA. Scaling of the current output for both the 4 to 20 mA range and the 0 to 20 mA range
is shown below. In current mode the module also provides an open loop fault detect which is
reported to the PLC in the %I table.
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32000
32000
%AQ
(decimal)
%AQ
(decimal)
0
0
0
4
CURRENT (mA)
0
20
CURRENT (mA)
4 to 20 mA Range
20
0 to 20 mA Range
Figure 11-13. Scaling for Current Output
Voltage Operation
For Voltage Operation in the default unipolar mode (0 to +10 volts), user data is scaled so that 0
volts corresponds to a count of 0 and +10 volts corresponds to a count of 32000. In this mode,
you can enter up to 32767 for an overrange of approximately 10.24 volts output. In the –10 to
+10 volt range user data is scaled so that –10 volts corresponds to a count of –32000 and +10
volts corresponds to a count of +32000. In this range, you can enter –32767 to +32767 for an
overrange of approximately –10.24 volts to +10.24 volts.
Scaling of the voltage output for both the 0 to +10 volt range and the –10 to +10 volt range is
as shown in the following figure.
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32000
32000
%AQ
(decimal)
%AQ
0
(decimal)
0
32000
10
0
VOLTAGE (V)
10
Bipolar Mode
0
10
VOLTAGE (V)
Unipolar Mode
Figure 11-14. Scaling for Voltage Output
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CPU Interface to the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output
Module
The Series 90-30 PLC uses the data within the %AQ data table to record analog values for use
by the programmable controller. This scheme for the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage
Output module is shown below. More information on the CPU interface to analog modules can
be found at the beginning of this chapter.
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Î
Î
Î
USER
CONNECTIONS
DATA
TABLE
% AQ
SERIES
90-30
CPU
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE
VLSI
MICRO
PROCESSOR
OPTO
ISOLATION
D/A
CONVERTER
ANALOG CURRENT/VOLTAGE OUTPUT MODULE
Figure 11-15. Basic Block Diagram for IC693ALG392
The following table summarizes the above information, including the module output range, user
input data range, and the resolution of the selected range
Module
Output Range
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Data Range
Resolution
4 to 20 mA
0 to 32000
15 bits
0 to 20.5 mA
0 to 32767
15 bits
0 to +10 volts
0 to 32767
15 bits
–10 to +10 volts
–32767 to +32767
16 bits
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IC693ALG392 Field Wiring Connections
Connections to this module from user devices are made to screw terminals on a removable
20-terminal connector block mounted on the front of the module. The actual terminals used are
described in the following table and are shown in the following wiring diagrams.
Terminal Assignments
Pin assignments for the 20 terminal I/O connector on the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage
Output module are as shown in the following table.
Table 11-4. Terminal Pin Assignments for IC693ALG392
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Pin
Number
Signal
Name
1
24VIN
User Supplied +24 Volt Input
2
V CH 1
Channel 1 Voltage Output
3
I CH 1
Channel 1 Current Output
4
V CH 2
Channel 2 Voltage Output
5
I CH 2
Channel 2 Current output
6
V CH 3
Channel 3 Voltage Output
7
I CH 3
Channel 3 Current output
8
V CH 4
Channel 4 Voltage Output
9
I CH 4
Channel 4 Current output
10
V CH 5
Channel 5 Voltage Output
11
I CH 5
Channel 5 Current output
12
V CH 6
Channel 6 Voltage Output
13
I CH 6
Channel 6 Current output
14
V CH 7
Channel 7 Voltage Output
15
I CH 7
Channel 7 Current output
16
V CH 8
Channel 8 Voltage Output
17
I CH 8
Channel 8 Current output
18
V COM
Voltage Common
19
I COM
Current Common/User +24 Volt Return
20
GND
Signal Definition
Frame ground connection for cable shields
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IC693ALG392 Analog Output Module Field Wiring Diagram
The following figure provides information for connecting field wiring to the user terminal board
on the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module.
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TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
24VIN
I CH 1
I CH 2
I CH 3
+
–
I CH 4
I CH 5
I CH 6
I CH 7
I CH 8
FIELD WIRING
1
2
V CH 1
4
V CH 2
6
V CH 3
8
V CH 4
10
V CH 5
12
V CH 6
14
V CH 7
16
V CH 8
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
18
I COM
19
20
VGND
FGND *
* Optional Cable Shield Ground
Figure 11-16. Field Wiring for 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module,
IC693ALG392
Note
Each channel can be configured independent of other channels to operate as a
voltage output or a current output – not both simultaneously.
Please refer to Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection details.
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IC693ALG392 Status Reporting
The Analog Current/Voltage Output module provides status information to the PLC. This status
information is updated once each PLC sweep and consists of three items:
H
health of the module (all ranges)
H
overload or open wire detect (current mode only)
H
status of the user-supplied power to the module (all ranges)
IC693ALG392 Power Requirements and LEDs
This module requires a maximum of 110 mA from the 5V bus on the PLC backplane for the
logic side The module’s analog power must be supplied by a user supplied single +24 VDC
power source and requires a maximum current of 315 mA.
There are two green LED indicators on the module which provide module and user supply
status. The top LED, OK, provides module status information and the bottom LED, USOK,
indicates whether the user supply is present and is above a minimum designated level. Note
that both LEDs are powered from the +5V backplane power bus.
The LEDs have six possible status combinations, which are described below.
LED Status Indications for IC693MDL392
Combination
LED
Status
Description
1
OK
USOK
ON
ON
2
OK
USOK
FLASH
OFF
Module OK but not configured
No user power
3
OK
USOK
FLASH
ON
Module OK but not configured
User power is present
4
OK
USOK
ON
OFF
Module OK and configured
No user power
5
OK
USOK
OFF
OFF
Module is defective or no +5V backplane power present
User power may or may not be present
6
OK
USOK
OFF
ON
Module not OK
User power is present
Module OK and configured
User power is present
Location in System
This module can be installed in any I/O slot of a 5 or 10-slot baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC
system.
References Used
The number of 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output modules which may be installed in a
system depends on the amount of %AQ and %I references available. Each module uses 8 %AQ
references (depending on the number of channels enabled) and 8 or 16 %I references (depending on
open wire detect configuration).
There are 32 %AQ references available in a Model 311, Model 313, and Model 323 system, 64
%AQ references available in a Model 331 system, 256 %AQ references available in a Model 340
and Model 341 system, and 512 %AQ references available in a Model 351 and Model 352 system
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The maximum number of 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output modules that can be installed
in a system are:
H
4 in a system using CPU Models 311, 313, or 323
H
H
8 in a system using CPU Model 331
32 in a system using CPU Models 340 and 341
H
64 in a system using CPU Models 350 – 364
Other Configuration Considerations
When planning the module configuration for your application you must also consider the load
capacity of the installed power supply and the total load requirements of all modules that are
installed in the baseplate.
Refer to Chapter 1 in this manual for details on power supply, baseplate, and module load
requirements. The following table lists the specifications for this module. Note that test conditions,
unless otherwise noted, are: VUSER = 24 VDC at an ambient temperature of 25_C (77_F).
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Table 11-5. Specifications for IC693ALG392
Number of Output Channels
1 to 8 selectable, single-ended
Output Current Range
Output Voltage Range
4 to 20 mA and 0 to 20 mA
0 to 10 V and –10 to +10 V
Calibration
Factory calibrated to .625µA for 0 - 20 mA; 0.5µA for 4 - 20 mA; and
.3125 mV for voltage (per count)
User Supply Voltage (nominal)
External Supply Voltage Range
Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) 1
Current
Voltage
+24 VDC, from user supplied voltage source
20 to 30 VDC
External Power Supply Voltage Ripple
Internal Supply Voltage
10% (maximum)
+5 VDC from PLC backplane
Update Rate
8 msec (approximate, all eight channels)
Determined by I/O scan time, and is application dependent.
Resolution:
4 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA
0 to 10 V
–10 to +10 V
Absolute Accuracy: 3
Current Mode
Voltage Mode
5 µA/V (typical), 10 µA/V (maximum)
25 mV/V (typical), 50 mV/V (maximum)
0.5 µA (1 LSB = 0.5 µA)
.625 µA (1 LSB = .625 µA)
.3125 mV (1 LSB = .3125 mV)
.3125 mV (1 LSB = .3125 mV)
± 0.1% of full scale @ 25°C (77°F), typical
± 0.25% of full scale @ 25°C (77°F), maximum
± 0.5% of full scale over operating temperature range (maximum)
± 0.25% of full scale @ 25°C (77°F), typical
± 0.5% of full scale @ 25°C (77°F), maximum
± 1.0% of full scale over operating temperature range (maximum)
Maximum Compliance Voltage
VUSER –3V (minimum) to VUSER (maximum)
User Load (current mode)
0 to 850Ω (minimum at VUSER = 20V,
maximum 1350Ω at VUSER = 30V) 2
Output Load Capacitance (current mode)
2000 pF (maximum)
Output Load Inductance (current mode)
1H
Output Loading (voltage mode)
Output load Capacitance
5 mA (2K ohms minimum resistance)
(1 µF maximum capacitance)
Isolation
1500 volts between field and logic side
Internal Power Consumption
110 mA from +5V PLC backplane supply
315 mA from +24V user supply
Refer to Appendix C for product standards and general specifications.
1 PSSR is measured by varying V
USER from 24V to 30V.
2 Load less than 800 Ω is temperature dependent.
3 In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±1% FS for
current outputs and ±3% FS for voltage outputs.
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Derating Curves for the 8 Channel Analog Output Module
1200 ohm loads
60
1000 ohm loads
55
AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE (°C)
500 ohm loads
50
250 ohm loads
shorted loads
45
40
VUSER = 30V
(CURRENT MODE)
35
1
2
3
4
5
6
ACTIVE CHANNELS
7
8
800 ohm loads
60
500 ohm loads
55
AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE (°C)
250 ohm loads
Shorted loads
50
45
40
VUSER = 26.5V
(CURRENT MODE)
35
1
2
3
4
5
6
ACTIVE CHANNELS
7
8
8 Channels V
60
6 Channels V
55
AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE (°C)
50
2 Channels V
4 Channels V
45
40
35
To determine the maximum operating temperature, select the total active channels
used (from the bottom of chart), then draw
a vertical line to the line for the number of
voltage channels.
VUSER = 30V
(MIXED VOLTAGE AND CURRENT)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ACTIVE CHANNELS CURRENT AND VOLTAGE MIX
Maximum Operating Temperature
Select the line for the number of voltage
channels used, then add the number of current channels. This is the total number of
channels used.
VOLTAGE CHANNELS HAVE 2K ohm LOADS
CURRENT CHANNELS HAVE SHORTED LOADS
NOTE
For maximum performance and module life, it is recommended that the module be operated at maximum load resistance to offload heat from the module.
Figure 11-17. Module Derating Curves for IC693ALG392
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Configuring the IC693ALG392 Analog Output Module
The 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output module can be configured using the
Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro or CIMPLICITY Control Programming Software configurator
function, or with the Hand-Held Programmer.
The parameters that can be configured are described in the following table. Configuration
procedures using Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software and the Hand-Held
Programmer are described in the following pages.
Table 11-6. Configuration Parameters for IC693ALG392
Parameter
Name
Description
Values
Default Values
Units
1
n/a
Active Channels
Number of channels converted
1 through 8
%AQ Address
Starting address for %AQ reference type
standard range
%AQ0001, or next highest
available address
n/a
%I Address
Starting address for %I reference type
standard range
%I00001, or next highest available address
n/a
%I Size
Number of %I status locations
8 or 16
8
bits
STOP MODE
Output state when module toggled from
RUN to STOP mode
HOLD or
DEFLOW
HOLD
n/a
Range
(Displayed under
Stop Mode)
Type of Output Range
0, +10V
–10, +10V
4, 20 mA
0, 20 mA
n/a
0, 10V
For more information on configuration, see
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h
Configuration Using Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software beginning on
page 3-72
h
Configuration Using the Hand-Held Programmer beginning on page 3-76
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Configuring IC693ALG392 Using Logicmaster Software
This section describes how to configure the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output module
using the configurator function in Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software.
Configuration can also be done using CIMPLICITY Control Programming Software. For
details refer to the CIMPLICITY Control online help.
To configure an 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module on the I/O Configuration
Rack screen:
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1.
Move the cursor to the desired rack and slot location. The slot may be either unconfigured
or previously configured.
2.
Press the lm30 io key (F1). You will then see a screen similar to the following:
3.
Press the a out key (F5). Your screen will now look like the one displayed below:
4.
Move the cursor to the IC693ALG392 selection as shown above. Then press Enter.
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The next screen that appears will look like the one displayed below:
5.
Enter the remaining configuration parameters on this screen. You can move your cursor
from field to field by pressing the Arrow cursor control keys. When you are in the field
you want to modify, you can either type in your choice or press the Tab key to scroll
through the available selections (or Shift-Tab to reverse the direction of the selection
list).
The default number of Active Channels (Active Chan:) is 1. You will not be able to
configure additional channels until you change this field (by typing in the correct number
(1 through 8) or by pressing the Tab key to increment the number). The screen displayed
below shows the default selections after changing the Active Chan: field.
Note
The entry in the Stop Mode field (HOLD or DEFLOW) determines how the
outputs will behave when the module is toggled from RUN to STOP mode.
When this value is set to HOLD (the default), the outputs will retain their last
state. When you change this value to DEFLOW, the output will go to zero.
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Other Configuration Considerations for IC693ALG392
Channels are scanned in sequential, contiguous order with channel 1 being the first to be
scanned. Note that the impact of the Current/Voltage Output module on the CPU scan time is
directly proportional to the number of analog channels that you have enabled.
The only allowable entries for the %AQ Ref Adr are %AQ addresses. The only allowable
entries for the %I Ref Adr are %I addresses.
The entry in %I Size will only accept 8 or 16. This field denotes the number of bits returned
to the user.
The %AQ Ref Adr field is the reference address for the %AQ data and points to the start of
the locations in the %AQ memory where the output data to the module begins. Each channel
provides 16 bits of analog output data as an integer value from 0 to 32,760 or –32,767 to
32,752. depending on the range type selected. For detailed information on the data format, see
the CPU Interface to Analog Modules section in this manual.
The %I Ref Adr is the reference address for the %I data and points to the start of the
locations in the %I memory (the Input Table) where status information from the module is
reported. You can select the number of %I status locations reported to the PLC by editing the
value in the %I Size field. Values allowable in the %I Size field are 8 or 16, which refer to
the number of %I locations reported to the PLC.
The %I Ref Adr field will only accept %I for %I Size values 8 or greater; the data brought
back is in the format that follows:
The first eight %I locations (available for %I SIZE values 8, 16)
%I Locations
Description
%I
Module OK; a 0 (zero) indicates NOT OK, 1 indicates module OK
%I+1
User Supply OK - Indicates when user supply is in specified limits; reads a 0 when
user supply is below the specified limit, 1 when User supply is OK
%I+2 – %I+7
Reserved for future modules. Not used in this module.
Second eight locations – (available for %I SIZE value of 16)
%I Locations
Description
%I+8
Channel #1 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
%I+9
Channel #2 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
%I+10
Channel #3 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
%I+11
Channel #4 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
%I+12
Channel #5 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
%I+13
Channel #6 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
%I+14
Channel #7 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
%I+15
Channel #8 BROKEN WIRE ; 0 = OK, 1 = Wire broken (I modes only)
One of four output ranges can be selected. Two are voltage ranges. The default range is 0 to
10V, where output voltage values ranging from 0 to 10 volts correspond to 0 to 32000 integer
values from the Series 90-30 CPU. The –10 to +10V range, when selected, corresponds from
–32000 to 32000 from the CPU over an output voltage range of –10 to +10V. The two current
ranges are 4 to 20 mA, and 0 to 20 mA. In each of the current ranges values between 0 and
32000 are sent to the module. Depending on which range is selected, will determine if the
module is in Current or Voltage mode.
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The following table shows values sent from the CPU to the module.
Range
Module Mode
*Allowed Values
0 to 10 V
Voltage
0 to 32767
–10 to 10 V
Voltage
– 32768 to 32767
4 to 20 mA
Current
0 to 32000*
0 to 20 mA
Current
0 to 32767
*Allowed values refers to the values that are valid. If a user sends a
value > 32000, the module will truncate that value to 32000 before
sending it to the D/A Converter.
Note
Only enabled (active) channels are displayed on the screen
6.
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Configuring IC693ALG392 with Hand-Held Programmer
You can also configure the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output module using the Series
90-30 Hand-Held Programmer. In addition to the information in this section, refer to
GFK-0402, the Hand-Held Programmer User’s Manual for more information on configuration
of Intelligent I/O modules.
Although you can change the number of actively scanned channels with the Logicmaster
90-30/20/Micro configurator function, the Hand-Held Programmer does not support editing the
number of actively scanned channels. If the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output module
is initialized by a Hand-Held Programmer, the number of actively scanned channels is 8.
If a module had been previously configured with Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software and the
number of actively scanned channels has been changed from 8, that number will be displayed
on the bottom line of the Hand-Held Programmer display following the AQ entry. You can edit
data with the Hand-Held Programmer only for the active channels, but you can not change the
number of actively scanned channels.
Module Present
If a module is physically present in a system, it can be added to the system’s configuration by
reading the module into the configuration file. For example, assume that an 8-Channel Analog
Current/Voltage Output module is installed in slot 3 of a Model 311 PLC system. It can be
added to the configuration with the following sequence. Use the ↑ and ↓ arrow cursor keys or
the # key to display the selected slot.
Initial Display
R0:03 EMPTY
>S
To add the IC693ALG392 module to the configuration, press the READ/VERIFY, ENT key
sequence. The following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
I16:I_
Selecting %I Reference
At this point the starting %I reference address for the status data returned from the module must
be entered. Notice that the length of the status field (16) is displayed as the first two digits
following the first I on the second line of the display.
Note
This field cannot be changed with the Hand-Held programmer. However, it can be
changed using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software configurator function. The
Hand-Held Programmer will always reflect the currently active length of the status
field.
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Pressing the ENT key will allow the PLC to select the starting address of the status data. You
can select a specific starting address by pressing the key sequence for the desired address and
pressing the ENT key. For example to specify the starting address as I17, press the key
sequence 1, 7, ENT. The following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
I16:I0017–I0032
You can press the CLR key at any time to abort the configuration you have just selected and
return the slot to EMPTY.
After selecting the starting %I address and pressing the ENT key, the following screen appears.
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
AQ8:AQ_
Selecting %AQ Reference
This screen allows you to select the starting address for the %AQ reference by specifying the
starting reference in the %AQ field. You can select the next available address (the default) or
enter a specific address. Pressing the ENT key will allow the PLC to select the starting
addresses.
To enter a specific address (for example %AQ35), press the starting reference number keys and
the ENT key. For example, to specify a starting address of %AQ35, press the key sequence 3,
5, ENT.
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
AQ8:AQ035–AQ043
Note that the length of the status field (8) is displayed as the first two digits following the first
AQ on the second line of the display.
Note
This field cannot be changed with the Hand-Held programmer. However, it can be
changed using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software configurator function. The
Hand-Held Programmer will always reflect the currently active length of the status
field.
You can press the CLR key at any time to abort the configuration you have just selected and
return the slot to EMPTY.
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Removing Module From Configuration
If required, this module can be removed from the current rack configuration. Assume that the
module is currently configured in rack 0, slot 3. It can be deleted with the following sequence:
Initial Display
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
AQ8:AQ_
To delete the module, press the DEL, ENT key sequence. The display will then be:
R0:03 EMPTY
>S
If the CLR key had been pressed after the DEL key (instead of the ENT key), the delete
operation would have been aborted.
Selecting Module Default Mode
The default STOP mode of the module, either HOLD or DEFLOW, can be displayed and
modified, if required, by using the following procedure.
Initial Display
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
I16:I0017–I0032
To display the module‘s default STOP mode, press
mode of the module. The default mode is HOLD.
→ →. The display will show the current
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
HLS/DEF:HOLD
You can toggle between the HOLD and DEFLOW modes by pressing the ± key. The range
selected is the one currently displayed.
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
HLS/DEF:DEF LOW
When the desired mode for the module is displayed on the screen it can be accepted by pressing
the ENT key. To return to the previous screen, press the ← key.
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Selecting Output Channel Ranges
The range for each of the 8 channels can be displayed and selected or changed as described
below. There are two current and two voltage ranges that can be selected.
Initial Display
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
I16:I0017–I0032
To display the channel ranges press → → →. The display will show Channel 1 (or the
currently selected channel) and the first available range.
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
CHAN 1: 0 – 10 V
You can toggle through the range for each channel by pressing the ± key. Each range will be
displayed as shown. Each of the ranges are shown below. The range that will be selected is the
one currently displayed.
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
CHAN 1: –10 – 10
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
CHAN 1:4 – 20 MA
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
CHAN 1:0 – 20 MA
When the desired range for the module is displayed on the screen it can be accepted by pressing
the ENT key. To return to the previous screen, press the ← key. To view the next channel’s
range display, press the → key.
R0:03 AO 1.00 >S
CHAN 2: 0 – 10 V
Edit this channel’s range the same as you did for the first channel. The range of all active
channels can be changed in the same manner. Return to the initial display screen by pressing
the ENT key or by pressing the ← key until the initial screen is displayed.
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Saved Configurations
Configurations that contain an 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output module can be saved
to an EEPROM or MEM card and read from that device into the CPU at a later time. MEM
cards and EEPROMs containing these configurations can be read into any Release 4 or later
Series 90-30 CPU (cannot be read into a Series 90-20 CPU). Refer to Chapter 2 of the
Hand-Held Programmer User’s Manual for detailed information on the Save and Restore
operations.
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IC693ALG392 Analog Current/Voltage Output Block Diagram
The following figure is a block diagram of the 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output
Module.
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LEDs
+ 15V
MICRO
PROCESSOR
OPTO
ISOLATION
O 24Vin
POWER
15V
CONVERTER
5V
O
ICOM
O
FGND
O
Iout
EPROM
VOLTAGE
SUPERVISOR
RAM
REFERENCE
EEPROM
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE VLSI
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
SERIES 90–30 PLC
BACKPLANE
D/A
CURRENT
DRIVER
(X8)
VOLTAGE
OUTPUT
RANGE
SELECT
O
VOUT
O
VCOM
Figure 11-18. 8-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module Block Diagram IC693ALG392
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Analog Current/Voltage Combination Module
4 Input/2 Output Channels - IC693ALG442
The Analog Current/Voltage Combination Input/Output module provides up to 4 differential
input current or voltage channels and 2 single-ended output channels with either current loop
outputs or voltage outputs. Each channel can be individually configured for the current or
voltage range, as applicable, required for your application. All module configuration is done
through software, except for a jumper required for selecting the current input mode. All ranges
can be configured using either the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro programming software
configurator function or the Series 90-30 Hand-Held Programmer.
Note that in this module’s description, the module will be simply referred to as the Analog Combo
Module.
Each analog input is capable of providing five input ranges (two voltage and three current),
which are:
0 to +10 volts (unipolar) - default range for both input and output channels.
–10 to +10 volts (bipolar)
0 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA Enhanced
The default input range is voltage mode 0 to +10 volts (unipolar) with user data scaled so that
0V corresponds to a count of 0 and 10V corresponds to a count of 32767.
Each analog output is capable of providing four output ranges (two voltage and two current):
0 to +10 volts (unipolar) - default range for both input and output channels.
–10 to +10 volts (bipolar)
0 to 20 milliamps
4 to 20 milliamps
Each output channel is capable of converting 15 to 16 bits (depending on the range selected) of
binary (digital) data to an analog output for use as required by your application. User data in
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the%AI and %AQ registers is in a 16-bit 2’s complement format. In current modes, an open-wire
fault is reported to the CPU for each channel. The module can go to a known last state when
system power is interrupted. As long as user power is applied to the module, each output will
maintain its last value, or reset to the low end of the scale (range), as determined by how you have
configured the module.
Each output channel can be configured to operate in ramp mode using ladder logic. In ramp
mode, changes in %AQ data cause the corresponding output channel to ramp to the new %AQ
value. The ramp output consists of steps taken each millisecond until the final value is reached.
High and low alarm limits can be set for all input channels and an open-wire fault (current
output modes) is reported to the CPU for each output channel. All six analog channels may be
updated on every scan, depending on the scan time.
Table 12-1. Specifications for IC693ALG442
Analog Output Specifications
Number of Output Channels
Update Rate
2, Single-Ended
4 milliseconds (approximate - both channels)
Analog Current Output
Output Current Ranges
Resolution
0 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA
Absolute Accuracy1
All Current Modes
Maximum Compliance Voltage
User Load
Output Load Capacitance
Output Load Inductance
Analog Voltage Output
Output Ranges
Resolution
–10 to +10V
0 to +10V
Absolute Accuracy2
Both Voltage Modes
Output Loading
Output Load Capacitance
Analog Input Specifications
Number of Input Channels
Update Rate
Analog Current Input
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0 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA
0.625 µA (1 LSB = 0.625 µA)
0.5 µA (1 LSB = 0.5 µA)
± 0.1% of full scale @25°C (77°F), typical
± 0.25% of full scale @25°C (77°F), (maximum)
± 0.5% of full scale over operating temperature range (maximum)
VUSER –3V (minimum) to VUSER (maximum)
0 to 850 Ω (minimum) at VUSER =20V,
maximum 1350Ω at VUSER =30V
2000 pF (maximum)
1 H (maximum)
–10 to +10V (bipolar)
0 to +10V (unipolar)
0.3125 mV (1 LSB = 0.3125 mV)
0.3125 mV (1 LSB = 0.3125 mV)
± 0.25% of full scale @25°C (77°F), typical
± 0.5% of full scale @25°C (77°F), (maximum)
± 1.0% of full scale over operating temperature range (maximum)
5 mA (2K ohms minimum resistance)
1 µF (maximum capacitance)
4, differential
8 milliseconds (approximate for all 4 channels)
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0 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA Enhanced
(Table continued on next page)
(Continued from previous page)
Resolution
0 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA Enhanced
Absolute Accuracy3
All Current Modes
Linearity
Common Mode Voltage
Common Mode Rejection
Cross Channel Rejection
Input Impedance
Input Filter Response
Analog Voltage Input
Input Ranges
Resolution
0 to +10V
–10 to +10V
Absolute Accuracy3
Both Voltage Ranges
Linearity
Common Mode Voltage
Common Mode Rejection
Cross Channel Rejection
Input Impedance
Input Filter Response
Power Requirements
External Supply Voltage Range
Power Supply Rejection Ratio
(PSRR)4
Current
Voltage
Voltage Ripple
Current Consumption
From Internal +5V Supply
From External User Supply
5 µA (1 LSB = 5 µA)
5 µA (1 LSB = 5 µA)
5 µA (1 LSB = 5 µA)
± 0.25% of full scale @25°C (77°F)
± 0.5% of full scale over specified operating temperature range
<1 LSB
200V (maximum)
>70 db at DC; >70 db at 60 Hz
>80 db from DC to 1 kHz
250 Ω
29 Hz
0 to +10V (unipolar)
–10 to +10V (bipolar)
2.5 mV (1 LSB = 2.5 mV)
5 mV (1 LSB = 5 mV)
± 0.25% of full scale @25°C (77°F)
± 0.5% of full scale over specified operating temperature range
<1 LSB
200V (maximum)
>70 db at DC; >70 db at 60 Hz
>80 db from DC to 1 kHz
800K Ω (typical)
29 Hz
20 to 30 VDC (24 VDC typical)
5 µA/V (typical), 10µA/V (maximum)
25 mV/V (typical), 50mV/V (maximum)
10%
95 mA
129 mA
1In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±1%
FS.
2In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±4%
FS.
3In the presence of severe RF interference (IEC 801-3, 10V/m), accuracy may be degraded to ±2%
FS.
4PSSR
is measured by varying VUSER from 24V to 30V.
Refer to Appendix B for product standards and general specifications.
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IC693ALG442 Input Modes and Current/Voltage Ranges
Current Operation
In the 4 to 20 mA range, user data is scaled so that 4 mA corresponds to a count of 0 and 20 mA
corresponds to a count of 32000. The other ranges are selected by changing the configuration
parameters using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro configurator software or the Hand-Held
Programmer. In the 0 to 20 mA range user data is scaled so that 0 mA corresponds to a count of 0
and 20 mA corresponds to a count of 32000. Full 12-bit resolution is available over the 0 to 20 mA
range.
A 4 to 20 mA Enhanced range can also be selected. When this range is selected, 0 mA corresponds
to a count of –8000, 4 mA corresponds to a count of 0 (zero) and 20 mA corresponds to a count of
+32000. The Enhanced range uses the same hardware as the 0 to 20 mA range but automatically
provides 4 to 20 mA range scaling with the exception that negative digital values are provided to
the user for input current levels between 4 mA and 0 mA. This gives you the capability of
selecting a low alarm limit that detects when the input current falls from 4 mA to 0 mA, which
provides for open-wire fault detection in 4 to 20 mA applications. High and Low alarm limits are
available on all ranges. Ranges can be configured on a per channel basis.
User data in the %AI registers is in 16-bit 2’s complement format (0 to 20 mA range only).
Resolution of the converted signal is 12 bits binary (1 part in 4096) on the 0 to 20 mA range.
The placement of the 12 bits from the A/D converter in the %AI data word is shown below.
LSB
MSB
X
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
X=not applicable to this discussion.
The relationship between the current input and the data from the A/D converter is show below.
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4000
4000
A/D
BITS
(decimal)
A/D
(decimal)
0
0
0
4
20
0
20
CURRENT (mA)
CURRENT (mA)
4 to 20mA RANGE
0 to 20 mA RANGE
Figure 12-1. A/D Bits vs. Current Input
If the current source is reversed into the input, or is less than the low end of the current range,
then the module will output a data word corresponding to the low end of the current range
(0000H in %AI). If an input that is out of range is entered (that is, it is greater than 20 mA), the
A/D converter will output up to full scale (corresponding to 7FFFH in %AI).
Voltage Operation
In the 0 to +10 V default range, user data is scaled so that 0 volts corresponds to a count of 0 and
+10 volts corresponds to a count of 32000. The –10 to +10 volt range is selected by changing the
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configuration parameters using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro configurator software or the
Hand-Held Programmer. In the –10 to +10 volt range user data is scaled so that –10 volts
corresponds to a count of –32000 and +10 volts corresponds to a count of +32000. Full 12-bit
resolution is available over either range.
Since converters used in the analog input channels are 12-bit converters, not all of the 16 bits in
the data tables contain data required for the conversion. A version of the 12 bits is placed
within the 16-bit data word corresponding to the analog point (in the %AI table). The Series
90-30 PLC system handles the integration differently for the various analog modules.
The CPU does not manipulate the data from the input channels before placing it within the
word in the %AI data table. The bits in the %AI data table which were not used in the
conversion by the input channel are forced to 0 (zero) by the analog input channel. Placement
of the 12 data bits from the A/D converter for an analog current input data word for the
16-Channel Analog Voltage Input module in unipolar range is shown below.
LSB
MSB
X
D11 D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
X
X
X
X=not converted bits
Analog values are scaled over the range of the converter. Factory calibration adjusts the analog
value per bit (resolution) to a multiple of full scale (that is, 2.5 mV/bit for unipolar; 5 mV/bit
for bipolar). This calibration leaves a normal 12-bit converter with 4000 counts (normally 212
= 4096 counts). The data is then scaled with the 4000 counts over the analog range. For
example, the data to the A/D converter for the Analog Voltage Input is scaled as shown below.
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4000
A/D
BITS
(decimal)
0
0
VOLTAGE; 0 to 10V RANGE
10
Figure 12-2. A/D Bits vs. Voltage Input
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IC693ALG442 Output Modes and Current/Voltage Ranges
Current Operation
In the 4 to 20 mA range user data is scaled so that 4 mA corresponds to a count of 0 and 20 mA
corresponds to a count of 32767. In the 0 to 20 mA range, user data is scaled so that 0 mA
corresponds to a count of 0 and 20 mA corresponds to 32000. Note that in the 0 to 20 mA
mode, you can enter a value up to 32767 which provides a maximum output of approximately
20.5 mA. Scaling of the current output for both the 4 to 20 mA range and the 0 to 20 mA range
is shown below. In current mode the module also provides an open loop fault detect which is
reported to the PLC in the %I table.
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32000
32000
%AQ
(decimal)
%AQ
(decimal)
0
0
0
4
CURRENT (mA)
0
20
CURRENT (mA)
4 to 20 mA Range
20
0 to 20 mA Range
Figure 12-3. Scaling for Current Output
Voltage Operation
For Voltage Operation in the default unipolar mode (0 to +10 volts), user data is scaled so that 0
volts corresponds to a count of 0 and +10 volts corresponds to a count of 32000. In this mode,
you can enter up to 32767 for an overrange of approximately 10.24 volts output. In the –10 to
+10 volt range user data is scaled so that –10 volts corresponds to a count of –32000 and +10
volts corresponds to a count of +32000. In this range, you can enter –32768 to +32767 for an
overrange of approximately –10.24 volts to +10.24 volts.
Scaling of the voltage output for both the 0 to +10 volt range and the –10 to +10 volt range is
as shown below.
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32000
32000
%AQ
(decimal)
%AQ
0
(decimal)
0
32000
10
0
VOLTAGE (V)
10
Bipolar Mode
0
10
VOLTAGE (V)
Unipolar Mode
Figure 12-4. Scaling for Voltage Output
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CPU Interface to the IC693ALG442 Analog Combo Module
The Series 90-30 PLC uses the data within the %AI and %AQ data table to record analog
values for use by the programmable controller. For detailed information on the CPU interface
to analog modules, refer to the “Hardware Description of Analog Module” section at the
beginning of this chapter.
Status Reporting
The Analog Combo module module provides status information to the PLC. This status
information is updated once each PLC sweep and consists of the following items:
health of the module (all ranges)
overload or open wire detect (current output mode only)
alarm low and high status (input channels)
status of the user-supplied power to the module (all ranges)
Power Requirements and LEDs
This module requires a maximum of 95 mA from the 5V bus on the PLC backplane for the logic
side. The module’s analog power must be supplied by a single, user supplied+24 VDC power
source. This includes current loop output power and voltage output load power. This user supply
requires a maximum current of 129 mA.
There are two green LED indicators on the module which provide module and user supply
status. The top LED, OK, provides module status information, and the bottom LED, USOK,
indicates whether the user supply is present and is above a minimum designated level. Note
that both LEDs are powered from the +5V backplane power bus.
The LEDs have six possible status combinations, which are described below.
LED Status Indications for IC693MDL442
Combination
LED
Status
Description
1
OK
USOK
ON
ON
2
OK
USOK
FLASH
OFF
Module OK but not configured
No user power
3
OK
USOK
FLASH
ON
Module OK but not configured
User power is present
4
OK
USOK
ON
OFF
Module OK and configured
No user power
5
OK
USOK
OFF
OFF
Module is defective or no +5V backplane power present
User power may or may not be present
6
OK
USOK
OFF
ON
Module not OK
User power is present
Module OK and configured
User power is present
Location in System
The Analog Combo module is compatible with all Series 90–30 CPU models and may be installed
in any I/O slot of any Series 90–30 baseplate.
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References Used and Maximum Modules per System Considerations
The number of IC693ALG442 Analog Combo modules that can be installed in a system depends
on the amount of %AQ, %AI, and %I references available. Each module uses 2 %AQ references
and 4 %AI references (depending on status configuration) and 8, 16 or 24 %I references (depending
on alarm status configuration). The number of these references is dependent on the type of CPU in
your system.
Please refer the the “Maximum Number of Analog Modules per System” table in Chapter 8 to
determine how many Analog Combo modules can be installed for the various CPU models.
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IC693ALG442 Analog Module Field Wiring Connections
Connections to this module from user devices are made to screw terminals on a removable
20-terminal connector block mounted on the front of the module. The actual terminals used are
described in the following table and are shown in the following wiring diagrams.
Terminal Assignments
Pin assignments for the 20 terminal I/O connector on the Analog Combo module are as shown
in the following table.
Table 12-2. Terminal Pin Assignments for IC693ALG442
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Pin
Number
Signal
Name
1
24VIN
User Supplied +24 Volt Input
2
JMP1
Jumper terminal for connecting 250Ω sense resistor for CH1
3
JMP2
Jumper terminal for connecting 250Ω sense resistor for CH2
4
+CH1
Positive connection for differential analog input channel 1
5
+CH2
Positive connection for differential analog input channel 2
6
–CH1
Negative connection for differential analog input channel 1
7
–CH2
Negative connection for differential analog input channel 2
8
JMP3
Jumper terminal for connecting 250Ω sense resistor for CH3
9
JMP4
Jumper terminal for connecting 250Ω sense resistor for CH4
10
+CH3
Positive connection for differential analog input channel 3
11
+CH4
Positive connection for differential analog input channel 4
12
–CH3
Negative connection for differential analog input channel 3
13
–CH4
Negative connection for differential analog input channel 4
14
Vout CH1
Voltage output for channel 1
15
Iout CH1
Current output for channel 1
16
Vout CH2
Voltage output for channel 2
17
Iout CH2
Current output for channel 2
18
V COM
Common return for voltage outputs
19
I RET
Common return for User supplied +24 V and current outputs
20
GND
Frame ground connections for cable shields
Signal Definition
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IC693ALG442 Analog Combo Module Field Wiring Diagram
The following figure provide information for connecting field wiring to the user terminal board
on the Analog Combo module.
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TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
FIELD WIRING
24VIN
1
2
*
IN1
5
6
IN2
8
Vuser
JMP4
–
(–)
7
(–)
+
(+)
4
JMP2
(+)
*
JMP1
3
*
(+)
10
(+)
12
IN3
(–)
11
IN4
(–)
*
JMP3
9
13
14
ICH1
15
VCH1
16
ICH2
VCH2
17
18
COM (I RET)
V COM
19
20
*
**
FGND **
ADD JMP1 - JMP4 for 250Ω SENSE RESISTOR (CURRENT INPUT MODE ONLY)
OPTIONAL SHIELD CONNECTION
Figure 12-5. Field Wiring for Analog Combo Module - IC693ALG442
Notes
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1.
Each Input channel can be configured independent of other Input channels to
operate as a voltage input or a current input – not both simultaneously.
2.
Each Output channel can be configured independent of other Output channels to
operate as a voltage output or a current output – not both simultaneously.
3.
Please see Chapter 2 for wiring and shield ground connection information.
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IC693ALG442 Analog Combo Module Block Diagram
The following figure is a block diagram of the Analog Combo module.
a47046
LEDs
O
CHX
X4
O
CURRENT/VOLTAGE
INPUT SELECT
A/D
JMPX O
VIN O
COM O
MICRO
PROCESSOR
REFERENCE
+ 15V
15V
5V
5V
POWER
CONVERTER
EPROM
FGND O
OPTO
ISOLATION
RAM
VOLTAGE
SUPERVISOR
EEPROM
DATA
TRANSMIT/RECEIVE
MULTIPLEXOR
Iout O
D/A
CURRENT
DRIVER
BACKPLANE
INTERFACE VLSI
CONFIG
SR/LATCH
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ
SERIES 90–30 PLC
BACKPLANE
VOUT O
VCOM O
VOLTAGE
OUTPUT
RANGE
SELECT
FAULT
SR/LATCH
Figure 12-6. Analog Combo Module Block Diagram - IC693ALG442
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Configuring the IC693ALG442 Analog Combo Module
The Analog Combo module can be configured using the Logicmaster, VersaPro, or Control
programming software configurator function, or with the GE Fanuc Hand-Held Programmer.
The parameters that can be configured are described in the following table. Configuration
procedures using Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software and the Hand-Held
Programmer are described in the following pages.
Table 12-3. Configuration Parameters for IC693ALG442
Parameter
Description
Values
Defaults
Units
STOP
MODE
Output state when module toggled
from RUN to STOP mode
HOLD or DEFLOW
HOLD
N/A
%AI ADR
Starting address for the %AI
reference type
standard range
%AI0001, or next highest
available reference
N/A
%AQ ADR
Starting address for the %AQ
reference type.
standard range
%AQ0001, or next highest
available reference
N/A
%I ADR
Starting address for the %I
reference type
standard range
%I0001, or next highest
available reference
N/A
%I SIZE
Number of %I status locations
8, 16, 24
8
bits
RANGE
OUTPUT
0,+10 V,
–10,+10 V,
4,20 mA, 0, 20mA
0,+10 V
Type of output range
volts (Voltage)
mA (Current)
RANGE
INPUT
0,+10 V, –10,+10 V,
4,20 mA, 0, 20mA,
4-20 mA Enhanced
0,+10 V
Type of input range
volts (Voltage)
mA (Current)
ALARM LO
Low limit alarm value
–32768 to 32759
0
User counts
ALARM
HIGH
High limit alarm value
–32767 to 32760
+32000
User counts
For detailed information on configuration of the Analog Combo module, see
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beginning on page 3-93.
Configuration Using the Hand-Held Programmer beginning on page 3-104.
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Configuring IC693ALG442 Using Logicmaster Software
This section describes how to configure the IC693ALG442 Analog Combination module using the
configurator function in Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro Programming Software. Configuration can
also be done using VersaPro or Control Programming Software. For details refer to the VersaPro
or Control online help.
To configure an Analog Combo module on the I/O Configuration Rack screen, follow these
steps:
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1.
Move the cursor to the desired rack and slot location. The slot may be either unconfigured
or previously configured.
2.
Press the lm30 io key (F1). Your screen will change to one similar to the one shown
below.
3.
From this screen, press the a mix key (F6). Your screen will change to one similar to the
one shown below.
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4.
Currently, there is only one selection. (If more than one selection appears, use your Cursor
Movement (or Arrow) keys to move to Catalog # IC693ALG442.) Press Enter to accept
this selection and to move to the screen shown below.
5.
All the remaining configuration does not have to be done on this screen. You can move
your cursor from field to field by pressing the Cursor Movement (or Arrow) keys.
When you are in the field you want to modify, you can either type in your choice or press
the Tab key to scroll through the available selections (or Shift-Tab to reverse the
direction of the scrolling).
Note
The entry in the Stop Mode field (HOLD or DEFLOW (DEFault LOW))
determines how the outputs will behave when the module is toggled from RUN to
STOP mode. When this value is set to HOLD (default), the outputs will retain
their last state. When you change this value to DEFLOW, the output will go to
zero.
Other Configuration Considerations
The entry in %I Size will only accept 8, 16 and 24, and will accept only %I addresses. This
field denotes the number of bits returned to the user. The only allowable entries for the %AI
Ref Adr are %AI addresses. Similarly, the only allowable entries for the %AQ Ref Adr are
%AQ addresses.
The Alarm Low limit for each channel must be less than its corresponding Alarm High
limit.
The %AI Ref Adr field is the reference address for the %AI data and points to the start of the
locations in the %AI memory where the input data to the module begins. Each channel
provides 16 bits of analog output data as an integer value from 0 to 32,767 or –32768 to 32,767.
depending on the range type selected.
The %AQ Ref Adr field is the reference address for the %AQ data and points to the start of
the locations in the %AQ memory where the output data to the module begins. Each channel
provides 16 bits of analog output data as an integer value from 0 to 32,767 or –32768 to 32,767,
depending on the range type selected.
For detailed information of the data format, see the CPU Interface to Analog Modules section at
the beginning of this chapter.
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%I Status Information
The %I Ref Adr is the reference address for the %I data and points to the start of the locations
in the %I memory (that is, the Input Table) where status information from the module is reported.
You can select the number of %I status locations reported to the PLC by editing the value in the %I
Size field. Allowable values in the %I Size field are 8, 16, and 24 which refer to the number of
%I locations reported to the PLC. For %I SIZE values 8 or greater, the data brought back is in the
format described in the following tables.
First eight %I locations - (available for %I SIZE values 8, 16, 24)
%I Locations
Description
%I
Module OK - 0 indicates NOT OK, 1 indicates module OK.
%I+1
User Supply OK - Indicates when user supply is in specified limits; reads a 0
when User supply below specified limit, 1 when User supply OK.
%I+2 & %I+3
Reserved for future modules. Not used in this module.
%I+4 through 7
See definition for these bits below.
%I+4through 7 (upper 4 bits of first %I byte) hold an error code which is defined as follows:
%I bitnumber 7–4
3
2
1
0
module ok: 0 = module failure
1 = module OK
user power ok
0 = user supplied power absent or not
1 = user supplied power OK
unused
error code:
binary
0000
0001
0010
0011
1000
hexadecimal
0
1
2
3
8
error
no errors
invalid channel
invalid alarm level
invalid ramp time or step
invalid E2 COMMREQ function
If the you send E2 COMMREQ data that reflects an invalid condition, the module will ignore the
COMMREQ command and return an error code in the upper 4 bits of the first %I byte. The
module will NOT stop standard operation if an error is detected; these error bits are for the user’s
information and can be ignored if desired. The error code will remain until you send an E2
COMMREQ to clear the error code or reconfigure the module.
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Only the most recent error will be reported; an existing error code will be overwritten if another
error occurs. The priorities for errors are:
1.
Invalid COMMREQ function (highest priority)
2.
Invalid channel.
3.
Invalid data (ramp or alarm parameter) (lowest priority).
Thus, if multiple error conditions exist, the one with the highest priority is reported in the error
code.
Second eight locations - (available for %I SIZE values 16, 24)
%I Locations
Description
%I+8
Input: Ch #1 ALARM LO - 0 indicates value above limit; 1 below or =
%I+9
Input Ch #1 ALARM HI - 0 indicates value below limit; 1 above or =
%I+10
Input Ch #2 ALARM LO - 0 indicates value above limit; 1 below or =
%I+11
Input Ch #2 ALARM HI - 0 indicates value below limit; 1 above or =
%I+12
Input Ch #3 ALARM LO - 0 indicates value above limit; 1 below or =
%I+13
Input Ch #3 ALARM HI - 0 indicates value below limit; 1 above or =
%I+14
Input Ch #4 ALARM LO - 0 indicates value above limit; 1 below or =
%I+15
Input Ch #4 ALARM HI - 0 indicates value below limit; 1 above or =
The third eight locations (available for %I SIZE values 24)
%I Locations
%I+16
%I+17
%I+18 through %I+23
Description
Output Ch #1 BROKEN WIRE 0 = OK, 1 = Wire Broken
(Current modes only)
Output Ch #2 BROKEN WIRE 0 = OK, 1 = Wire Broken
(Current modes only)
Reserved for future modules. Not used in this module
One of four input or output ranges can be selected; two are voltage ranges. The default range is 0 to
+10V, where input or output voltage values range from 0 to 10 volts. In input mode they report 0
to 32767 integer values to the CPU and in output mode values between 0 and 32767 are sent to the
module. In the –10 to +10V range, values between –32768 to 32767 are sent or received from the
CPU over an input voltage range of –10 to +10V.
The two current ranges are 4 to 20 mA, and 0 to 20 mA. In each of the current ranges, values
between 0 and 32767 are reported back from the module to sent to the module for the entire
range.
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Values Sent From CPU to Module for Output Channels
The following tables show values sent from the CPU to the module for the Output channels.
Module Mode
Range
*Allowed Values
Sent values from CPU
0 to 10 V
Voltage
0 to 32767
0 to 32767
–10 to 10 V
Voltage
– 32768 to 32767
–32768 to 32767
4 to 20 mA
Current
0 to 32000*
0 to 32767
0 to 20 mA
Current
0 to 32767
0 to 32767
* Allowed Values refers to the values that are valid. If a value outside the specified range is sent, the
module clips it to the nearest valid value before sending it to the Digital to Analog Converter. No
errors are returned.
The following table shows values sent from the module back to the PLC for the Input channels.
Module Mode
Range
Sent values to CPU
0 to 10 V
Voltage
0 to 32767
–10 to 10 V
Voltage
–32768 to 32767
4 to 20 mA
Current
0 to 32767
0 to 20 mA
Current
0 to 32767
0 to 20 mA Enhanced
Current
–8000 to 32767
The ALARM LO and ALARM HI data fields allow you to enter values that cause alarm
indications to be passed to the PLC. Each channel has a low limit alarm value (ALARM LO) and a
high limit alarm value (ALARM HI). These alarm values cause %I points to be set as indicated in
the tables on page 3-95 and 3-96. Values can be entered in all high and low limit fields. Values
entered without a sign are assumed to be positive. The allowable values are shown in the following
table.
RANGE
0 to 20 mA
0...32760
4 to 20 mA
0...32760
4 to 20 mA Enhanced
0 to 10V
–10 to +10V
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–8000...32760
0...32760
–32768...32760
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IC693ALG442 Ramp Mode Operation
The ramp mode operation represents a separate mode of the module’s outputs. When an output
channel is not in ramp mode, new values entered in the corresponding %AQ reference cause the
output to step to the commanded values as shown in Figure 3-52. When an output channel is in
ramp mode, new values entered in the corresponding %AQ reference cause the output to ramp
to the given values using ramp variables which have been assigned to the channel using ladder
logic. The ramp is composed of output steps taken every 1 millisecond.
EXAMPLE OUTPUT IN RAMP MODE
OUTPUT
EXAMPLE OUTPUT IN STANDARD MODE
FINAL OUTPUT VALUE
CORRESPONDING TO
NEW %AQ VALUE
%AQ VALUE CHANGES
TIME
Figure 12-7. Output Behavior in Ramp Mode and in Standard Mode
The default mode of both outputs is standard mode. Ramp mode and ramp variables are set
using an E2 COMMREQ in ladder logic as described below. The mode of each output channel
is set independent of the mode of the other channel. When an output is in ramp mode, two
lower-level modes can be used to specify the ramp slope: time mode, in which the user
provides the total ramp time in milliseconds, and step mode, in which the user provides the step
in %AQ counts that will be taken every 1 millisecond.
Setting the Ramp Mode
An E2 COMMREQ is used to change the ramp mode of an output channel. This is the same
COMMREQ that is used to change the input alarm limits of the module and clear the %I error
code. When the module receives the COMMREQ, the first word, or command word, is checked
to determine whether the ramp settings or alarm limits are being changed or whether the %I
error code is being cleared.
When step mode is specified, the second COMMREQ data word contains the ramp step in
%AQ counts. Valid step values range from 1 to 32000. The direction of the ramp is determined
when the value of the corresponding %AQ reference changes. Once the ramp mode and step
have been set, changing the corresponding %AQ value causes the output to ramp to the new
value.
When time mode is specified, the second COMMREQ data word contains the total time in
milliseconds it will take for the output to ramp from the present output value to the final output
value. The present and final values are specified by the old and new values of the
corresponding %AQ reference. Valid ramp time values range from 1 to 32000, which
correspond to ramp times of 1 millisecond to 32 seconds. Once the ramp mode and time have
been set, changing the corresponding %AQ value causes the output to ramp to the new value.
If an E2 COMMREQ is issued to the module to change the ramp settings while the indicated
output is in the process of ramping, the new ramp settings will take effect as follows:
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If the ramp mode is turned off during a ramp, the output will step completely to the final
value (indicated by the corresponding %AQ reference).
If step mode is turned on during a ramp, the new step is used as soon as the COMMREQ is
processed (assuming that the step is valid).
If time mode is turned on during a ramp, the module will immediately begin a new ramp
using the present output as the starting output and the present time as the start time.
In all cases, changing the value of the corresponding %AQ reference will cause the output to
begin a new ramp from the present output value.
Error Handling
If the module receives E2 COMMREQ data that indicates an invalid channel or a step height or
ramp time that is out of range, the module will ignore the COMMREQ and return an error code
in the first byte of %I data assigned to the module. The error code will be cleared when a Clear
Errors E2 COMMREQ is sent to the module or when the module is reconfigured. Range
checking of %AQ values received by the module is performed before the values are used in
ramp computations. %AQ data which is out of range is clipped to the nearest valid value by the
module.
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E2 COMMREQ for IC693ALG442
The E2 COMMREQ allows you to modify the input alarm limits, set the output ramp mode and
parameters, and clear the %I error code. The E2 COMMREQ uses the standard COMMREQ
format. See Chapter 4 of the Series 90-30/20/Micro PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference
Manual, GFK-0467, and Chapter 8 of the Hand-Held Programmer for Series 9030/90-20/Micro
Programmable Controllers User’s Manual, GFK-0402, for more information on the
COMMREQ.
E2 COMMREQ Command Block
The E2 COMMREQ command block consists of 10 words as shown in Table 3-25. Example E2
COMMREQ data in hexadecimal format is included in the table for clarity.
Table 12-4. E2 COMMREQ Command Block Definitions
Address
Start Address
Data Description
Example Data
Always 0004 for this module
0004
+1
Not used
0000
+2
COMMREQ status data type
0008 (%R)
+3
COMMREQ status address (zero-based)
0000 (%R0001)
+4
Not used
0000
+5
Not used
0000
+6
Command type (E2 → message ID for 6 byte
data command to ALG442) and command
parameter (1 → write)
E201
+7
Byte length of data sent to ALG442
0006
+8
Data type
0008 (%R)
+9
Data address (zero based)
0064 (%R0101)
The decimal and hexadecimal values which specify COMMREQ data types are shown in Table
3-26. The data format and command word description for the E2 COMMREQ are shown in
Table 3-27. The first word holds the command word, the second word holds data for changing
alarm or ramp parameters and the third word is unused. The %R addresses correspond to the
example command block data in Table 3-25.
Table 12-5. COMMREQ Data Types
For This Data Type
Decimal
Hexadecimal
Discrete Input
28
1C
%Q
Discrete Output
30
1E
%R
Register
8
08
%AI
Analog Input
10
0A
12
0C
%I
%AQ Analog Output
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Table 12-6. E2 COMMREQ Data and Command Word Formats
E2 COMMREQ Data
Channel Convention *
word 1
%R0101
command word
0 = channel 1
word 2
%R0102
alarm or ramp data
1 = channel 2
word 3
%R0103
unused
2 = channel 3
3 = channel 4
Command Word
Description
000x
Change low alarm of channel x using absolute mode;
word 2 holds the new alarm value.
001x
Change high alarm of channel x using absolute mode;
word 2 holds the new alarm value.
002x
Change low alarm of channel x using relative mode;
word 2 holds the change of the alarm value.
003x
Change high alarm of channel x using relative mode;
word 2 holds the change of the alarm value.
004x
Channel x ramp mode off; places channel in standard mode.
005x
Channel x ramp step mode on; word 2 holds the step taken
each millisecond.
006x
Channel x ramp time mode on; word 2 holds the total ramp time.
00C0
Clear %I error code; word 2 is ignored.
* 1 through 4 are valid channels for changing alarm levels.
1 and 2 are valid channels for setting ramp modes.
You can change the high and low alarm limits for any of the four input channels. Two modes
are available to modify the alarm data: absolute mode and relative mode.
When using absolute mode, the alarm data sent by the COMMREQ specifies the actual new
alarm value.
When using relative mode, the alarm data specifies the positive or negative change in the
alarm value that is added to the present value.
The module verifies that the new alarm limit requested is not out of range and does not violate
the condition HIGH>LOW. If an invalid request is made to change an alarm value, the
corresponding error code will be returned in the upper four bits of the first byte of %I references
assigned to the module.
E2 COMMREQ Example
The following ladder logic provides an example of setting up E2 COMMREQ data and issuing
the COMMREQ. As with all COMMREQs, it is recommended that the ladder verify the
completion of the E2 COMMREQ in progress before initiating another. This ensures that the
module does not receive COMMREQs faster than it can process them. One way to do this is to
zero the contents of the COMMREQ status (%R0001 in this example) as the COMMREQ is
enabled. Since the status returned for a completed COMMREQ is never zero, a non-zero status
word will then indicate that the COMMREQ has completed.
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In this example, the COMMREQ command block begins at %R0002 and is initialized on the
first scan. It is assumed that the 6 bytes of COMMREQ data sent to the module are moved into
%R0101–%R0103 before the COMMREQ is enabled. The module is located in rack 0, slot 2
so the SYSID input to the COMMREQ is 0002. Setting %T0001 moves zero into the
COMMREQ status word, enables %T0003 for one sweep to initiate the COMMREQ, and sets
%T0002 to begin checking the status word. When a non-zero status word is detected, %T0002
is reset to discontinue checking and %T0004 is set to indicate that the module is ready for the
next COMMREQ. Reference %M0001 is set if a COMMREQ fault occurs.
FST_SCN
BLKMV
INT
CONST
+00000
CONST
+00004
IN1
CONST
+00000
IN3
CONST
+00008
IN4
CONST
+00000
IN5
CONST
+00000
IN6
CONST
+00000
IN7
Q
MOVE
WORD
%R0001
CONST
E201
IN2
IN
Q
MOVE
WORD
%R0008
LEN
00001
CONST
0006
IN
Q
%R0009
LEN
00001
FST_SCN
MOVE
INT
CONST
+00008
IN
Q
MOVE
INT
%R0010
LEN
00001
CONST
+00100
%R0011
IN
Q
LEN
00001
%T0001
%T0002
MOVE
INT
CONST
+00000
S
%R0001
IN
LEN
00001
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%M0001
COMM_
REQ
%R0002
IN
S
FT
CONST
0002
SYSID
CONST
0000
TASK
%T0002
NE_
INT
CONST
+00000
%R0001
I1
%T0002
Q
I2
R
%T0004
S
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Configuring IC693ALG442 with Hand-Held Programmer
You can also configure the Analog Current/Voltage 4-Channel Input/2-Channel Output module
using the Series 90-30 Hand-Held Programmer. In addition to the information in this section,
refer to Chapter 6 of the Hand-Held Programmer for Series 90-30/20/Micro Programmable
Controllers User’s Manual, GFK-0402F, or later version, for more information on configuration
of Intelligent I/O modules.
Module Present
If a module is physically present in a system, it can be added to the system’s configuration by
reading the module into the configuration file. For example, assume that an 4-Channel
Input/2-Channel Output Analog Current/Voltage module is installed in slot 3 of a Model 311
PLC system. It can be added to the configuration with the following sequence. Use the ↑ and
↓ arrow cursor keys or the # key to display the selected slot.
Initial Display
R0:03 EMPTY
<S
To add the IC693ALG442 module to the configuration, press the READ/VERIFY, ENT key
sequence. The following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
I24:I _
Selecting %I Reference
At this point the starting %I reference address for the status data returned from the module must
be entered. Notice that the length of the status field (24) is displayed as the first two digits
following the first I on the second line of the display.
Note
This field cannot be changed with the Hand-Held Programmer. However, it can be
changed using the Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro software configurator function. The
Hand-Held Programmer will always reflect the currently active length of the status
field.
Pressing the ENT key will allow the PLC to select the starting address of the status data. You
can select a specific starting address by pressing the key sequence for the desired address and
pressing the ENT key. For example, to specify the starting address as I17, press the key
sequence 1, 7, ENT.
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Note
The configured reference addresses will not be displayed until all three
reference types (%I, %AI and %AQ) have been assigned starting addresses.
Once this is done, the configured addresses can be viewed by scrolling
backward using the ² key.
You can press the CLR key at any time to abort the configuration you have just selected and
return the slot to EMPTY.
After selecting the starting %I address and pressing the ENT key, the following screen is
displayed.
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
AI04:AI _
Selecting %AI Reference
This screen allows you to select the starting address for the %AI reference by specifying the
starting reference in the %AI field. Note that the number of references (04) is displayed as the
first two digits following the first AI on the second line of the display.
You can select the next available address or enter a specific address. Pressing the ENT key will
allow the PLC to select the starting address. You can select a specific starting address by
pressing the key sequence for the desired address and pressing the ENT key. For example, to
specify the starting address as %AI35 press the key sequence 3, 5, ENT.
Note
The configured reference addresses will not be shown until all three reference
types (%I, %AI and %AQ) have been assigned starting addresses. Once this
is done, the configured addresses can be viewed by scrolling backward using
the ² key.
You can press the CLR key while entering the starting address to clear the address field and
enter a different address.
After selecting the starting %AI address and pressing the ENT key, the following screen is
displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
AQ02:AQ _
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Selecting %AQ Reference
This screen allows you to select the starting address for the %AQ reference by specifying the
starting reference in the %AQ field. Note that the number of references (02) is displayed as the
first two digits following the first AQ on the second line of the display.
You can select the next available address or enter a specific address. Pressing the ENT key will
allow the PLC to select the starting address. You can select a specific starting address by
pressing the key sequence for the desired address and pressing the ENT key. For example, to
specify the starting address as %AQ35 press the key sequence 3, 5, ENT. The following screen
will be displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
AQ02:AQ035–0036
Once the %AQ starting address has been assigned, the ² key can be used to view the
configured %I and %AI reference addresses. For example, if %I17 and %AI35 are used as
starting addresses then the following screen will be displayed after pressing the key sequence
², ²:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
I24:I0017–0040
Scrolling forward from this screen using the ³ key causes the following screen to be displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
AI04:AI0035–0038
Removing Module From Configuration
The module can be removed from the current rack configuration at any time during the
configuration process by pressing the DEL, ENT key sequence. The following screen will be
displayed:
R0:03 EMPTY
<S
If the CLR key is pressed after the DEL key (instead of the ENT key), the delete operation will
be aborted.
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Selecting Module Stop Mode
The STOP mode of the module, either HOLD or DEFAULT LOW (DEFLOW), can be
displayed and modified using the following procedure. From the %AQ reference screen, press
the ³ key to scroll to the next screen:
R0:03 AIO 2.00 <S
HLS/DEF:HOLD
The default STOP mode is HOLD, which indicates that each output will hold its last state when
the PLC is placed in STOP mode. You can toggle between the HOLD and DEFLOW modes by
pressing the $ key. Pressing this key once causes the following screen to be displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00 <S
HLS/DEF:DEF LOW
In DEFLOW mode, each output will become zero when the PLC is placed in STOP mode.
When the desired mode is displayed, it is accepted by pressing the ENT key. To return to the
previous screen, press the ² key.
Selecting Output Channel Ranges
The range for each of the output and input channels can be displayed and selected or changed as
described below. There are two current and two voltage ranges that can be selected for each
output channel. From the STOP mode screen, pressing ³ causes the following screen to be
displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AQ:0,10 V
You can toggle through the ranges for each channel by pressing the $ key. Each range will be
displayed as shown below.
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AQ:–10,+10
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AQ:4,20 MA
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R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AQ:0,20 MA
When the desired range is displayed, it is accepted by pressing the ENT key. To return to the
previous screen, press the ² key. To view the range display for the next channel, press the ³
key. If the ³ key is pressed, the following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 2–AQ:0,10 V
Edit the range for this channel as you did for the first channel. To view the range display for
the first input channel, press the ³ key.
Selecting Input Channel Ranges
There are three current and two voltage ranges that can be selected for each input channel. The
following screen is displayed for the first input channel:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AI:0,10 V
You can toggle through the ranges for each input channel by pressing the $ key. Each range
will be displayed as shown below.
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AI:–10,+10
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AI:4,20 MA
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AI:0,20 MA
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1–AI:4–20 MA+
When the desired range for the module is displayed, it is accepted by pressing the ENT key. To
return to the previous screen press the ² key.
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Selecting Low and High Alarm limits
The low and high alarm limit screens for each channel are displayed immediately following the
channel range screen. The following screen is displayed if the ³ key is pressed from the range
screen for input channel 1:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1 LO:
0
This display contains the entry field for the low alarm limit for this channel. You can enter
positive or negative values using the numeric keys (0 through 9) and the $ key. Press the ENT
key to accept the value you have entered. When an alarm value that is not in the allowed range
(–32768 to 32760) is entered, a DATA ERR message will be displayed as shown in the
following example:
R0:03 DATA ERR<S
CH 1 LO:–33000_
The bad data must be corrected before the HHP will allow you to move to another screen.
When a valid low alarm has been entered, press the ³ key to move to the high alarm limit
screen for this channel. The following screen will be displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 1 HI: 32000
This screen contains the entry field for the high alarm limit for this channel. You can enter
positive or negative values using the numeric keys (0 through 9) and the $ key. To view the
range screen for the next input channel, press the ³ key. The following screen will be
displayed:
R0:03 AIO 2.00<S
CH 2–AI:0,10 V
Edit the ranges and alarm limits for this channel and subsequent channels as you did for the first
channel.
Freeze Mode
If an alarm value in the allowed range (–32768 to 32760) is entered that results in an invalid
condition, such as a low alarm limit greater than an upper alarm limit or a negative alarm for a
channel in a unipolar range, the module will enter freeze mode. In this mode, you will not be
allowed to move beyond the present channel parameters (range, low alarm limit and high alarm
limit) until the invalid condition is corrected or removed. Freeze mode is indicated on the HHP
screen by an asterisk (S) after the slot number. For example, if a low alarm limit of –1000 is
entered for input channel 1 in the 0,10V range the following screen will be displayed:
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R0:03*AIO 2.00<S
CH 1 LO: –1000
If you press either the ° key or the ± key to change slots, the following message will be
displayed:
SAVE CHANGES? <S
<ENT>=Y <CLR>=N
If you do not want to save the changes to the CPU, press the CLR key. The following message
will be displayed:
DISCARD CHGS? <S
<ENT>=Y <CLR>=N
If you do not want to discard the changes you have made, press the CLR key. This will return
you to the last parameter that was being modified with all changes intact.
If you do want to discard the changes you have made, press the ENT key. The Hand-Held
Programmer will then return you to the last parameter that was being modified with the data
reset to its previous value.
If you want to save the data to the CPU from the SAVE CHANGES? screen shown above, press
the ENT key. If the module is in freeze mode, the Hand-Held Programmer will return with a
CFG ERR message on the screen as follows:
R0:03*CFG ERR <S
CH 1 LO: –1000
If all data is valid, the HHP display will move to an adjacent slot when either the ° key or ± key
is pressed.
Saved Configurations
Configurations that contain Analog Combo modules can be saved to an EEPROM or MEM card
and read from that device into the CPU at a later time. MEM cards and EEPROMs containing
these configurations can be read into any Release 4 or later Series 90-30 CPU (cannot be read
into a Series 90-20 CPU). Refer to Chapter 2 of the Hand-Held Programmer for Series
90-30/20/Micro Programmable Controllers User’s Manual for detailed information on the Save
and Restore operations.
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Troubleshooting Features of Series 90-30 Hardware
Indicator Lights (LEDs) and Terminal Board
The following figure shows how the indicator LEDs correspond to the circuit connection points
on an I/O Module’s terminal board. The terminal board terminals are numbered from the top,
with the top terminal in the left row being number 1 and the top terminal in the right row being
number 2. The numbers alternate between rows with even numbers on the right and odd
numbers on the left, as shown in the circuit diagram on the back of the hinged cover.
LED A6 corresponds to circuit A6:
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
Red Fuse/ESCP indicator LED
OUTPUT
RELAY N.O. 2 AMP
Terminal 1
1
Terminal 2
2
A1
3
4
Circuit A6 connects
to terminal 8
V
A2
A3
5
A4
6
7
A5
8
V
A6
9
A7
10
A8
11
12
B1
13
V
B2
14
B3
Hinged Cover
B4
15
16
Terminal 19
17
B5
18
Terminal 20
V
B6
B7
19
20
Indicates External
Power Supply
B8
44A726782–015
FOR USE WITH
IC693MDL940
a43082B
Figure 13-1. Relationship of Indicator Lights to Terminal Board Connections
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Module LED Indicators
Input Module LED Indicators
When a discrete input device closes, the corresponding input LED should light to indicate that
the signal reached the module. If the light does not turn ON, a voltage check can be made on
the module’s terminal board or block:
D
If the correct voltage is present at the terminal, the corresponding input bit can be
checked in the PLC with your programming software. If the software shows that the
input bit is at logic 1, the module’s LED circuit is defective.
D
If the correct voltage level is not present at the terminal, a check can be made at the
input field device to determine if the device or interconnecting wiring is defective.
If none of an input module’s inputs are working, it may be that the external (field) input power
supply is defective, is not powered up, or is not connected properly. (As indicated in the
connections diagram in the previous figure, input and output devices are powered from an
external power supply, not from inside the module). Input modules are not fused, so the Fuse
Indicator LED in the previous picture does not apply to them.
Output Module LED Indicators
When a discrete output address (%Q) is turned on in the ladder program, the corresponding
output LED should light to indicate that the signal reached the module.
D If the LED does not turn ON, the module may be defective or the LED light may be bad.
Also, make sure that the module is configured correctly (is the correct type, and its
assigned memory addresses are correct).
D
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If the LED turns on but the output device (relay, solenoid, etc.) doesn’t operate, a voltage
check can be made on the module’s terminal board or terminal block, if using one. If the
LED turns on but the module doesn’t switch the output voltage:
1.
A fuse could be open, if it is a fused module. Check the red “F” LED at the top of
the module. If it is on, a fuse is open. If a fuse is open, you probably have a
shorted field device or wiring. Note: Output LEDs can be on even if a fuse is
open.
2.
The Electronic Short Circuit Protection (ESCP) circuit may be tripped, if the
module has this feature. If the red “F” LED at the top of the module is on, the
ESDC circuit is tripped. If tripped, you probably have a shorted field device or
wiring. Note: Output LEDs can be on even if the ESDC is tripped. Turn off
system power and find and correct the short. The ESCP circuit resets when the
PLC is power–cycled.
3.
The external field device power supply supplying the output voltage may be
defective, turned off, disconnected, have an open fuse, tripped circuit breaker, etc.
Note: Output LEDs can be on even if the field power supply is not working.
D
If the LED turns on and the module correctly switches the output voltage, check the output
device or wiring for an open circuit.
D
If the LED turns on, no Fuse is open or no ESCP is tripped, and the external power supply
is working correctly, but the module still doesn’t switch the output circuit, the module or
the module’s terminal board is probably defective. Or, for 32–point modules, the
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connection cable or terminal block may be defective. If replacing the module at this point
in the troubleshooting process still doesn’t correct the problem, the baseplate may be
defective; however, a defective baseplate is probably the least likely source of the problem.
If none of an output module’s outputs are working, it may be that the external (field) output
power supply is defective, is not powered up, or is not connected properly. (As indicated in the
connection diagram in the previous figure, input and output devices are powered from an
external power supply, not from inside the module).
Details on individual discrete output modules can be found in Chapter 7.
Power Supply LED Indicators
The power supplies have four LED indicators. Their functions are explained in detail in the
“Power Supplies” chapter.
CPU LED Indicators
There are several different LED arrangements on the various CPUs. These are explained in the
“CPUs” chapter of the Series 90–30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual, GFK–0356.
Option Module LED Indicators
There are numerous LED arrangements on the various option modules. The “Option Modules”
chapter of the Series 90–30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual, GFK–0356, has some
information on this subject. It also directs you, for each module, to further information in the
“Documentation” heading for each module.
Troubleshooting Features of Programming Software
Detailed information about the following items are found in GFK-0467, Series 90-30/20/Micro
PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, and GFK-0466, Series 90-30/20/Micro
Programming Software User’s Manual.
Ladder Screens
Contacts, connections, and coils displayed on the ladder logic screens that are ON (passing
power or energized) are displayed in enhance brightness, allowing the tracing of signals through
the ladder logic program. Addresses that refer to physical input (%I and %AI) and output
signals (%Q and %AQ) can be checked against module status lights, voltages, etc. to verify that
the hardware is working properly.
Configuration Screens
Normally, the following information is obtained from the system documentation. However, if
the system documentation is not available, the configuration screens can be used to determine:
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If the software configuration matches the actual hardware assembly. Sometimes, while
troubleshooting, a module is installed in an incorrect slot by mistake. (This will create a
fault in one of the two system fault tables.) The module that is in the wrong slot will not
work, giving the appearance that it is defective. The correct configuration (module
locations) can be determined from the Configuration Screens.
D
The memory addresses that a particular module is using are listed on that module’s
configruation screen.
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System Fault Tables
There are two system fault tables, the “PLC Fault Table,” and the “I/O Fault Table.” The fault
tables can be viewed using the PLC programming software. These fault tables will not report
such things as a defective limit switch, but will identify system faults such as:
D
Loss of or Missing Modules, System Configuration Mismatch.
D
CPU hardware failure, Low Battery
D
PLC Software Failure, Program Checksum Failure, No User Program, PLC Store Failures.
System Status References
These discrete references (%S, %SA, %SB, and %SC) can be viewed in the System Reference
(Status) Table, or on-screen if used in the ladder program, for determining the status of various
conditions and faults. For example, the %SC0009 bit turns on if a fault is logged in either fault
table. Another example is that bit %SA0011 will turn on if the CPU memory backup battery is
low. The Series 90-30 PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, GFK-0467, includes a
“System Status Reference Table.”
Reference Tables
There are two types of reference tables, standard and mixed. These tables show groups of
memory addresses and their status. The status of discrete addresses will be shown as either
logic 1 or logic 0. For analog and register addresses, values will be displayed. Standard
reference tables display only one type of memory address, such as all of the %I bits. Mixed
reference tables are created by the user, who selects what addresses to display in the tables.
These mixed tables can contain discrete, analog, and register references all in one table. This
makes them useful for gathering numerous related addresses on one screen where they can all
be viewed or monitored at the same time. This saves time compared with searching or scrolling
through the ladder logic screens to find these addresses.
Override feature
This feature must be used with caution to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.
Normally, the machine should not be cycling, and all conditions should be such that the
output device can be turned on without any harm being done. This method can be used to
check an output circuit from the ladder screen all the way to the device being controlled. For
example, when overriding and toggling a %Q output to an ON state, the relay, solenoid, or other
device being controlled should turn on or pick up. If it does not, the status light on the output
module could be checked, then voltage checks could be made at the module terminal board, the
system terminal strip, the machinery terminal strip, the solenoid or relay connections, etc. until
the source of the fault is found.
Sequential Event Recorder (SER), DOIO functional instruction
These can be set up to capture the status of specified discrete addresses upon receiving a trigger
signal. They may be used to monitor and capture data about certain portions of the program,
even when unattended. They can be useful for locating the cause of an intermittent problem.
For example, a contact in a string of contacts that maintain power to a coil may, from time to
time, momentarily open and interrupt normal operation. However, when maintenance
personnel attempt to locate the problem, all of these contacts may test OK. By using the SER
or DOIO instruction, the status of all of these contacts can be captured within milliseconds of
the time the fault occurs, and the contact that opened will show a status of logic 0 at the
moment of capture.
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Replacing Modules
Modules do not contain configuration switches. The slot in each baseplate (rack) is configured
(using the configuration software) to hold a particular module type (catalog number). This
configuration information is stored in CPU memory. Therefore, when replacing a module, you
do not have to make any hardware settings on the module itself. You do, however, have to
ensure that you install the correct module type in a particular slot.
Be aware that some “intelligent” modules, such as the CPU, PCM, APM, or DSM302, may
contain application programs that will need to be reloaded after the module is replaced. For
such modules, make sure that up-to-date copies of the application programs are maintained in
case they have to be restored later.
For I/O modules with terminal boards, you do not have to rewire a new terminal board in order
to replace the module. If the old terminal board is not defective, it can be removed from the old
module and reinstalled on the new module without removing any of the wiring. Procedures for
removing and installing modules and terminal boards are found in Chapter 2.
Series 90-30 Product Repair
The Series 90-30 products are, for the most part, not considered to be field-repairable. The one
exception is that some modules have replaceable fuses. The next section, “Module Fuse List,”
identifies these modules and their applicable fuses.
GE Fanuc offers a repair/product warranty service through your local distributor. Contact you
distributor for details.
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Module Fuse List
Warning
Replace a fuse only with the correct size and type. Do not jumper out a
fuse. Using an incorrect fuse or jumpering out a fuse can result in harm
to personnel, damage to equipment, or both.
Table 13-1. Fuse List for Series 90-30 Modules
Catalog
Number
Module Type
Current
Rating
Quantity on
Module
GE Fanuc Fuse
Part Number
Third Party Source
and Part Number
IC693CPU364
CPU Module with
embedded Ethernet
interface
1A
1
44A725214–001
Littlefuse - R454 001
IC693DVM300
Digital Valve Driver
1A
2A
1
4
N/A
N/A
Bussman – GDB–1A
Littlefuse – 239002
IC693MDL310
120 VAC, 0.5A
3A
2
44A724627-111 (1)
Bussman – GMC-3
Littlefuse - 239003
IC693MDL330
120/240 VAC, 1A
5A
2
44A724627-114 (1)
Bussman – GDC-5
Bussman – S506-5
IC693MDL340
120 VAC, 0.5A
3A
2
44A724627-111 (1)
Bussman – GMC-3
Littlefuse – 239003
IC693MDL390
120/240 VAC, 2A
3A
5
44A724627-111 (1)
Bussman – GMC-3
Littlefuse – 239003
IC693MDL730
12/24 VDC Positive
Logic, 2A
5A
2
259A9578P16 (1)
Bussman – AGC-5
Littlefuse – 312005
IC693MDL731
12/24 VDC Negative
Logic, 2A
5A
2
259A9578P16 (1)
Bussman – AGC-5
Littlefuse – 312005
IC693PWR321
and
IC693PWR330
120/240 VAC or 125
VDC Input, 30 Watt
Power Supply
2A
1 or 2 (3)
44A724627-109 (2)
Bussman – 215-002
IC693PWR322
24/48 VDC Input,
30 Watt Power Supply
5A
1
44A724627-114 (2)
Bussman – MDL-5
Littlefuse – 313005
IC693PWR328
48 VDC Input,
30 Watt Power Supply
5A
1
44A724627-114 (2)
Bussman – MDL-5
Littlefuse – 313005
IC693PWR331
24 VDC Input,
30 Watt Power Supply
5A
1
44A724627-114 (2)
Bussman – MDL-5
Littlefuse – 313005
IC693PWR332
12 VDC Input,
30 Watt Power Supply
5A
1
44A724627-114 (2)
Bussman – MDL-5
Littlefuse – 313005
IC693TCM302/
303
Temperature Control
Module
2A
1
N/A
Littlefuse - 273002
(GDC-2 or GMC-2)
Littlefuse – 239-002
(1)
(2)
Mounted in clip. Accessible by removing circuit board from module housing.
Line fuse. Mounted in clip. Accessible by removing module front cover.
(3) IC693PWR321W (and later versions) and IC693PWR330E (and later versions) have two fuses. Earlier versions have
one fuse.
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Spare/Replacement Parts
Two kits (IC693ACC319 and IC693ACC320) provide mechanical spare parts for Series 90-30
modules. One covers I/O CPU, PCM, and other modules; the other is for power supply
modules. These kits provide parts such as module levers, front covers, cases, etc. The
following table describes the contents of each kit.
Table 13-2. Spare/Replacement Parts
Spare Parts
Contents
IC693ACC319:
Spare parts kit for I/O,
CPU,and PCM modules
(qty. 10)
(qty. 10)
(qty. 2)
(qty. 2)
(qty. 2)
I/O, CPU, PCM case lever
Spring pins cap
PCM module front cover
PCM lens cap
CPU module case
IC693ACC320:
Spare parts kit for power
supplies
(qty. 2)
(qty. 2)
(qty. 2)
(qty. 2)
(qty. 2)
Power supply lever
Spring pin for power supply lever
Spring for power supply lever
Power supply lens cap
Power supply terminal cover
IC693ACC301 (see Note)
Memory Backup Battery
(qty. 2)
modules
Memory backup battery for CPU and PCM
Fuses
See “Fuse List For Series 90-30 Modules” table in this chapter.
Modules
You may wish to maintain spare PLC modules. Many systems
have more than one of a particular catalog number, such as
power supplies (each rack has one) and I/O modules. In these
cases, one of each type would serve as backups for several
modules.
IC693ACC311
Removable Module Terminal
Board
(qty. 6)
Removable terminal boards used on many I/O
modules and some Option modules.
44A736756-G01
CPU (CPU350 - 364) Key Kit
Kit contains 3 sets (6 keys). Same key fits all applicable CPUs.
Note: The IC693ACC301 batteries have a shelf life of 5 years (see Chapter 6 of GFK–0356P, or later version, for
instructions on how to read battery date codes). Periodically, outdated batteries should be removed from stock and
disposed of according to the battery manufacturer’s recommendations.
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Preventive Maintenance Suggestions
Table 13-3. Preventive Maintenance Table
Series 90-30 PLC Preventive Maintenance
Item
No.
Description
Recommendation
1
Safety ground and
electrical system
Check frequently to ensure that safety ground connections are
secure and that electrical cables and conduits are secure and in
good condition.
2
CPU Memory
backup battery
Replace annually or as appropriate for your application.*
Check Chapter 6 of GFK–0356P, or later, for instructions on
how to avoid loss of memory contents when replacing
battery.
3
Option Module
backup battery
Replace annually. Check the option module user’s manual
for additional instructions. Check Chapter 6 of
GFK–0356P, or later, for instructions on how to avoid loss of
memory contents when replacing battery.
4
Ventilation
If using ventilation fan in enclosure, check for proper operation.
Keep fingers and tools away from moving fans. Clean or
replace ventilation air filter, if using one, at least monthly.
5
Mechanical
tightness
With power OFF, check that connectors and modules are
seated securely in their sockets and that wire connections are
secure. For low vibration installations, perform annually. For
high vibration installations, check at least quarterly.
6
Enclosure
Check annually. With power OFF, remove manuals, prints, or
other loose material that could cause shorts or ventilation
blockage, or that are flammable, from inside of enclosure.
Gently vacuum dust and dirt that has collected on components.
Use vacuum cleaner, not compressed air, for this task.
7
Program backup
Do this initially after creating any application programs, such as
the ladder logic program, motion programs, etc. Then, any
time a change is made to a program, make at least one (several
is better) new backup copy. Keep old copies (clearly marked)
for a reasonable period of time in case you need to go back to
the old design.
Document each backup copy as to what equipment it is for, date
it was created or modified, version number (if any), and
author’s name.
Keep master backup copies in a safe place. Make working
copies available to those responsible for maintaining the
equipment.
*See “Factors Affecting Battery Life” in Chapter 6 of GFK–0356P (or later version).
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Getting Additional Help and Information
There are several ways to get additional help and information:
GE Fanuc Web Site
There is a large amount of information on the Technical Support section of the GE Fanuc Web
site. Sections such as Technical Documentation, Application Notes, Revision Histories,
Frequently Asked Questions, and Field Service Bulletins may have the exact information you
need. You can access this site at:
http://www.gefanuc.com/support/
Fax Link System
This system lets you choose technical help documents to be sent to you on your Fax machine.
To use this system follow these steps:
D
Call Fax Link at (804) 978-5824 on a touch tone type phone (rotary dial phones will not
work for this application).
D
Follow the instructions to have a master list (called “Document 1”) of Fax Link documents
Faxed to you. A master Fax Link list is also available on the GE Fanuc Web site in the
Technical Support section (see the “GE Fanuc Web Site” section above).
D
Select desired document(s) from the master list, then call Fax Link and specify the
document number(s) you want to be Faxed to you. Up to three documents can be ordered
per call.
GE Fanuc Telephone Numbers
If you need to speak with a GE Fanuc technical help person, use the applicable telephone
number from the following list.
Table 13-4. Technical Support Telephone Numbers
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Location
Telephone Number
North America, Canada, Mexico (Technical Support
Hotline)
Toll Free:
800 GE Fanuc
Direct Dial: 804 978-6036
Latin America (for Mexico, see above)
Direct Dial: 804 978-6036
France, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and United
Kingdom
Toll Free:
00800 433 268 23
Italy
Toll Free:
16 77 80 596
Other European Countries
+352 727 979 309
Asia / Pacific - Singapore
65 566 4918
India
91 80 552 0107
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Appendix A Glossary of Analog Terms
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This appendix explains some general terms relating to measurements at analog I/O terminals.
Bipolar
Bipolar signals can reverse polarity in operation. Reversed signal connections to a bipolar input
will produce data of opposite sign.
Common
Mode
This is the voltage between the analog signal wires and the common point of the power supply
of a differential signal, or to ground in the case of an isolated signal. It is desirable that all
common mode signals are ignored by the circuit, but in practice there is some error introduced
in the data. This is specified as Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR), usually expressed in
decibels (db). Differential circuits also have a maximum common mode voltage specification,
usually stated as a maximum voltage with respect to circuit common. Exceeding the common
mode voltage rating of differential signals causes large errors in the data conversion and may
affect several points.
Current Loop This is a standard analog interface defined by the Instrument Society of America (ISA) in
ANSI/ISA-S50-1. The signal level is 4mA to 20mA. Three types of signal sources are defined,
Types 2, 3, and 4. These correspond to the number of wires used. Transmitter outputs may have
various isolation among loop power source, input sensor, and 4-20mA output current. The
isolation of the transmitter may impact the type of PLC input required. The Standard covers
only isolated or common (single-ended) inputs. Differential inputs often used in PLCs, and
connecting several current loops together, as often occurs with PLCs, are not covered well in
the Standard, and often introduce additional complication regarding location of commons and
grounds.
Differential
Differential signals are measured on two wires which are separate, but not isolated from the
power supply. Differential inputs allow a greater degree of freedom in wiring commons and
grounds without affecting accuracy. There is a limited voltage rating (see Common Mode)
between the signal level wires and the power supply wires. This limitation also applies to
voltage differences among additional I/O on the same supply. Differential inputs usually come
in groups sharing the supply common tie point. Some voltage outputs may have an external
return or remote sense which allows the load common or ground to be different than the supply
of the output module by a small voltage. Current loop signals are less susceptible to differences
in voltage between circuit components (see compliance). Differential inputs permit series inputs
with current loops, since the signal can be offset from common. Do not confuse differential
inputs with isolated inputs; differential requires the common tie point reference for all inputs of
the group, usually either ground or the supply common.
Ground Loop When a conductor is grounded in more than one place, ground potential differences can induce
currents producing voltage drops in the wire. If the conductor is also used to carry an analog
signal, these voltage drops produce an accuracy error or noisy values. If a single point ground is
used, the voltage difference between locations may still appear in series with the desired signal.
This is overcome by using differential or isolated inputs and running a separate return from the
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remote source. This preserves the integrity of the signal, and the ground voltages appear as
common mode voltage at the receiving end.
Isolated
Isolated inputs are usually two-wire and are dialectrically insulated from supplies and ground.
Sometimes additional connections are provided for excitation of transducers such as RTDs, but
these signals are not shared with other I/O points. Isolated modules allow high voltages to exist
between I/O devices and the PLC. Do not confuse isolated inputs with the isolation between
groups of analog circuits, or isolation from other components of the system, such as logic or
power supplies.
Normal Mode This is the actual signal across the signal wires of differential or isolated I/O. This may also
include unwanted noise such as power line frequency pickup.
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Single-ended
Single-ended circuits have the signal measured relative to a common connection, usually the
power supply. Other analog I/O signals typically share this common. Single-ended circuits
require fewest terminal points, giving the highest density and lowest price, but at the cost of
more restrictive wiring and errors due to voltage drops and currents in the common connections.
Single-ended circuit connections are most similar to the wiring of discrete modules.
Unipolar
The term unipolar means, literally, one pole. Unipolar signals or ranges do not change polarity
during normal operation; for example 0 to 10 volts, or 4mA to 20mA. Reversed connection to a
unipolar input will produce minimum value and, if diagnostics are available, underrange or
open wire faults.
Series 90-30 PLC I/O Specifications – July 2000
GFK-0898F
Appendix B GE Fanuc Product Agency Approvals, Standards,
General Specifications
B
The products supplied by GE Fanuc are global products which are designed and manufactured with
ISO9001 quality assurance for application in industrial environments throughout the world. They
should be installed and used in conformance with product specific guidelines as well as the following
agency approvals, standards, and general specifications. The information in this appendix is also
available in a separate data sheet, GFK-0867.
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AGENCY APPROVALS OVERVIEW 1
Comments
Quality Assurance in Design/Development,
Production, Installation, & Servicing
ISO9001
Safety for Industrial Control Equipment
UL508
C-UL5 , CSA22.2, or
142-M1987
UL1604
with C-UL5
Safety for Hazardous Locations
Class I, Div II, A, B, C, D
FM3611
CSA22.2, 213-M1987
Safety for Hazardous Locations
Class I, Zone 2, A, B, C, D
European EMC and Low Voltage
Directives
Certification4 by BSI Quality Assurance
Certification by Underwriters Laboratories
Certification by Underwriters Laboratories
[C-UL5] or Canadian Standards Association for
selected Series 90, Genius, VersaMax, and Field
Control modules
Certification by Underwriters Laboratory for
VersaMax, Field Control, and selected Series 90
and Genius modules
Certification by Factory Mutual for selected
Genius and Series 90-70 modules
Certification by Canadian Standards Association
for selected Genius modules
CENELEC
prEN50021
Certification by DEMKO through Underwriters
Laboratory for selected Series 90-30 and Field
Control modules, and VersaMax products
UL2279
IEC 79-15
Certification by Underwriters Laboratory for
VersaMax products, and selected Series 90-30 and
Field Control modules
CE Mark
Certification by Competent Body for EMC
Directive for selected modules
STANDARDS OVERVIEW2, 4
Conditions
ENVIRONMENTAL
Vibration
Shock
Operating
1G @57-150Hz; 0.006 in p-p @10-57Hz
IEC68-2-27
15G, 11ms
Temperature3
0_C to 60_C: Series 90 [inlet], Genius [ambient], VersaMax
[ambient]
0_C to 55_C: Field Control [ambient]
Storage Temperature
–40_C to +85_C
Humidity
5% to 95%, non-condensing
Enclosure Protection
GFK-0898F
IEC68-2-6
IEC529
Steel cabinet per IP54: protection from dust & splashing water
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STANDARDS OVERVIEW2, 4
Conditions
EMC EMISSIONS
Radiated, Conducted
CISPR 11/EN 55011
CISPR 22/EN 55022
47 CFR 15
EMC IMMUNITY
Electrostatic Discharge
RF Susceptibility
“Industrial Scientific & Medical Equipment” (Group 1, Class A)
“Information Technology Equipment” (Class A)
referred to as FCC part 15, “Radio Devices” (Class A)
[applies to CE Marked modules]
EN 61000-4-2*
8KV Air, 4KV Contact
EN 61000-4-3*
10Vrms /m, 80Mhz to 1000Mhz, 80% AM
ENV 50140/ENV 50204 VersaMax: All power supply, I/O, and communication modules
Fast Transient Burst
Surge Withstand
EN 61000-4-4*
Damped Oscillatory Wave: 2.5KV: power supplies, I/O [12V-240V]
IEC255-4
Damped Oscillatory Wave: Class II, power supplies, I/O [12V-240V]
EN 61000-4-5*
Conducted RF
2KV: power supplies, 1KV: I/O, communication
ANSI/IEEE C37.90a
EN 61000-4-6*
Field Control and VersaMax: 2 kV cm(P/S); 1 kV cm (I/O)
VersaMax: All power supply, I/O, and communication modules
10Vrms, 0.15 to 80Mhz, 80%AM: comm. modules w/ cables >30m
VersaMax: All power supply, I/O, and communication modules
ISOLATION
Dielectric Withstand
UL508, UL840,
IEC664
1.5KV for modules rated from 51v to 250v
EN 61000-4-11*
During Operation: Dips to 30% and 100%, Variation for AC 10%,
Variation for DC 20%
POWER SUPPLY
Input Dips, Variations
* EN 61000-4-x series of tests are technically equivalent to the IEC 1000-4-x and IEC 801-x series.
Note 1:
Module specific approvals are listed on the GE Fanuc web site: GEfanuc.com/support/plc. After
accessing that page, download the file Agency.zip, then extract the .xls spreadsheet containing the
data.
Note 2:
Refer to module specific data sheets & installation guidelines in the following publications:
GFK-0600, Series 90-70 PLC Data Sheets Manual; GFK-0262, Series 90-70 PLC Installation Manual;
GFK-0356, Series 90-30 PLC Installation Manual; GFK-0898, Series 90-30 I/O Specifications Manual;
GEK-90486-1, Genius I/O System User’s Manual; GEK-90486-2, Genius I/O Discrete and Analog Blocks
User’s Manual;
GFK-0825, Field Control Distributed I/O and Control System - Genius Bus Interface Unit User’s Manual;
GFK-0826, Field Control Distributed I/O and Control System - I/O Module’s User’s Manual;
GFK-1179, Installation Requirements for Conformance to Standards; GFK-1503, VersaMax System PLC
Reference Manual;
GFK-1504, VersaMax System I/O and Option Modules; GFK-1535, VersaMax System Network
Communications User’s Manual.
Selected modules may be derated.
Applies to GE Fanuc products designed and built in Charlottesville.
Modules comply with applicable CSA Standards as evaluated by UL. The C-UL mark is accepted
throughout Canada.
Note 3:
Note 4:
Note 5:
Genius
is a registered trademark of GE Fanuc Automation North America, Inc.
Series 90, VersaMax, and Field Control are trademarks of GE Fanuc Automation North America, Inc.
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Appendix C I/O Cable Data Sheets
C
section level 1
figure_ap level 1
table_ap level 1
This appendix provides data sheets describing each of the Series 90-30 cable types that can be
used in an I/O system. The information in these data sheets applies to I/O systems controlled
by either a Series 90-30 PLC or by a PC with an installed Personal Computer Interface card.
This appendix contains the following data sheets:
GFK-0898F
H
IC693CBL300/301/302/312/313/314 – I/O Bus Expansion cables
H
IC693CBL306/307 – Extension cables (50-pin) for high-density I/O modules
H
IC693CBL308/309 – I/O Interface cable (50-pin) for high-density I/O modules
H
IC693CBL310 – OBSOLETE I/O Interface cable (24–pin) for high density I/O modules
H
IC693CBL315 – OBSOLETE I/O Interface cable (24-pin) for high-density I/O modules
H
IC693CBL321/322/323 – OBSOLETE I/O cables (24–pin) for high–density I/O modules
H
IC693CBL327/328 – I/O Interface cables (24–pin) for high–density I/O modules
H
IC693CBL329/330/331/332/333/334 – I/O Interface cables (24–pin) for high–density I/O modules
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IC693CBL300/301/302/312/313/314
I/O Bus Expansion Cables
(Includes Instructions for Building Custom Length
Cables)
Description
I/O bus expansion cables (IC693CBL300, 301, 312, 313, 314), called “Wye cables,” have a single
male 25-pin D connector on one end and a two-headed (one male, one female) 25-pin D connector
on the other end as shown in (A) of the figure. The 50 foot (15m) (IC693CBL302) cable has a
single male connector on the CPU baseplate end and a single terminated male connector on the
expansion baseplate end. The 3 foot cable (IC693CBL300) can also be used as a WYE adapter
cable to simplify building custom length cables (see the section “Cable Application Suggestions”
later in this Chapter).
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Cable Lengths
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IC693CBL300 3 feet (1 meter), continuous shield
IC693CBL301 6 feet (2 meters), continuous shield
IC693CBL302 or IC693CBL314 50 feet (15 meters), continuous shield
IC693CBL312 0.5 feet (0.15 meters), continuous shield
IC693CBL313 25 feet (8 meters), continuous shield
Function of Cables
The I/O Bus expansion cables are used to extend the I/O bus to expansion or remote baseplates
in a Series 90-30 I/O system when additional I/O slots are needed or baseplates are required
some distance from the CPU baseplate. The prewired I/O bus expansion cables can be used for
connecting either expansion or remote baseplates. Where required cable length is not available
in a standard cable, a custom cable must be built (see the section “Building Custom Length I/O
Bus Expansion Cables” for detailed instructions).
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Connecting the Cables
H
H
H
Connect the single male connector to the 25-pin female connector on the right side of the
CPU baseplate.
Connect the male connector on the dual connector end of the cable to the 25-pin female
connector on the first expansion baseplate.
Connect the unused 25-pin female connector on the dual connector end of the cable to
either the single male connector of a second I/O bus expansion cable to continue the I/O
bus expansion chain, or to an I/O bus Terminator plug if this is the last cable in the
expansion chain.
Important Notes About I/O Bus Expansion Cables
1.
The maximum number of cables that can be included in an I/O expansion system is seven,
and the total maximum cable length between the CPU baseplate and the last expansion
baseplate is 50 feet (15 meters). The total maximum cable length between the CPU
baseplate and the last remote baseplate is 700 feet (213 meters). Failure to observe these
maximum cable lengths could result in erratic operation of the PLC system.
2.
CPUs 350 – 364 support a maximum of seven I/O expansion cables. CPUs 331 – 341
support a maximum of four I/O expansion cables.
3.
The 50 foot (15 meter) I/O bus expansion cable (IC693CBL302), which has a male
connector on each end, has the I/O bus terminating resistors built into the end connector on
the cable. If this cable is used, you would not install a separate terminator block.
Caution
I/O Bus Expansion cables should NOT be connected or disconnected with
power applied to the I/O expansion baseplate(s). Unexpected PLC
operation may result.
Cable Application Suggestions
In general, it is advantageous to use standard, factory-built cables, where possible, to save time
and avoid wiring errors.
Using Standard Cables
D
For connecting between baseplates (either between a CPU and expansion baseplate,
between two expansion baseplates or between two remote baseplates) in the same cabinet
when a standard length (0.5, 1, 2, 8, or 15 meters) will fit the need.
D
As a Wye jumper for custom built point-to-point cables (IC693CBL300 is often used for
this). This combination saves time since a point-to-point cable can be built much faster
than a Wye cable. An example of this is shown in Figure 10-23.
Using Custom Built cables
GFK-0898F
D
When you need a cable length not available in a standard size.
D
When a cable must be routed through a conduit that is not large enough for a standard
cable’s connector to fit through.
Appendix C – I/O Cable Data Sheets
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Building Custom Length I/O Bus Expansion Cables
This section provides details needed to create custom length I/O Bus Expansion cables.
Two Types of Custom Built Cables
The two types are:
D
Point-to-Point – these have a single male connector on one end and a single female
connector on the other end. These are usually used with the IC693CBL300 which supplies
the Wye connection. This combination saves time since a point-to-point cable can be built
much faster than a Wye cable.
D
Wye - these have a single male connector on one end and two connectors (one male and
one female) on the other end.
Components Needed to Build Custom Length I/O Bus Expansion
Cables
Note: the special two-headed Wye connector used on the standard Wye cables is not available
as a separate component.
Item
Cable:
Description
Belden 8107 only (no substitutes):
Computer cable, overall braid over foil shield, twisted-pair
30 volt/80_C (176_F)
24 AWG (.22 mm2) tinned copper, 7 x 32 stranding
Velocity of propagation = 70% [
Nominal impedance = 100Ω
25 Pin Male Connector:
25 Pin Female Connector:
Connector Shell:
Crimp Plug = Amp 207464-1; Pin = Amp 66506-9
Solder Plug = Amp 747912-2
Crimp Receptacle = Amp 207463-2; Pin = Amp 66504-9
Solder Receptacle = Amp 747913-2
Kit - Amp 745833-5:
Metal-plated plastic (plastic with nickel over copper) [
Crimp ring - Amp 745508-1, split ring ferrule
[ = Critical Information
] Vendor part numbers listed for user assembled cables are provided for reference only and do not
suggest or imply that they are preferred. Any part meeting the same specification can be used.
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Expansion Port Pin Assignments
The following table lists the expansion port pin assignments you will need when building
remote cables. All connections between cables are point-to point, that is, pin 2 of one end to
pin 2 of the opposite end, pin 3 to pin 3, etc.
Table B-1. Expansion Port Pin Assignments
Pin Number
Signal Name
Function
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DFRAME
DFRAME/
I/O Serial Data Positive
I/O Serial Data Negative
I/O Serial Clock Positive
I/O Serial Clock Negative
Remote Select Positive
Remote Select Negative
Parity Error Positive
Parity Error Negative
Remote Run Positive
Remote Run Negative
Cycle Frame Positive
Cycle Frame Negative
1
7
FGND
0V
Frame Ground for Cable Shield
Logic Ground
I/O Expansion Bus Termination
When two or more baseplates are cabled together in an expansion system, the I/O expansion
bus must be properly terminated. The I/O bus must be terminated at the last baseplate in an
expansion system. Each signal pair is terminated with 120 ohm, 1/4 watt resistors wired
between the appropriate pins, as follows (see the above table, also):
pins 16 - 17; 24 - 25; 20 - 21; 12 - 13; 8 - 9; 2 - 3
The I/O bus termination can be done one of the following ways:
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By installing an I/O Bus Terminator Plug, catalog number IC693ACC307, on the last
expansion baseplate (local expansion baseplate or remote baseplate) in the system. The
Terminator Plug has a resistor pack physically mounted inside of a connector. The I/O Bus
Terminator Plug is shipped with each baseplate; only the last baseplate in the expansion
chain can have the I/O Bus Terminator Plug installed. Unused I/O Bus Terminator Plugs
can be discarded or saved as spares.
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If an expansion system has only one expansion baseplate, the I/O bus can be terminated by
installing as the last cable, the 50 foot (15 meter) I/O Expansion cable, catalog number
IC693CBL302 or IC693CBL314. These cables have the termination resistors installed in
the end that connects to the expansion baseplate connector.
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You can also build a custom cable with termination resistors wired to the appropriate pins
for installation at the end of the bus.
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Shield Treatment
All GE Fanuc factory made cables are made with a continuous, or 100% shield. This means
that the braided cable shield is connected to the metal shell of the connector around the entire
perimeter of the connector. This provides a low impedance path to frame ground for any noise
energy that is coupled onto the cable shield.
For custom length cables made per Figure 10-18, the best noise immunity is achieved when
using a metalized connector cover that makes contact with the cable’s braided and foil shielding
and with the connector shell on the terminating end.
Note
It is not sufficient to only solder the drain wire to the connector shell. It is
required that the cable’s shield be continuous across the entire length of the
cable, including at the terminations. The figure below shows the
recommended method for folding the braided shield back before inserting the
cable into a metallized cover.
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Foil & Braid
(to be folded back
over ferrule and
ground wire)
Conductors
Split–Ring
Ferrule
Cable
Jacket
Ground Wire
Attach to Pin 1 for custom length cables
OR
Fold back for custom Wye cables. *
* See “Alert for Users of Early Remote Baseplate Versions” for
description of when to attach drain wire to pin 1.
Figure B-2. How to use Split-Ring Ferrules for Foil and Braided Cable Shield
For typical industrial applications, all expansion and remote baseplate cables can be made with
plastic shell covers and should be wired as shown in Figure 10-19. In either case, pin 1 should
be wired into both ends of the custom length cable and the recommendations listed below
should be followed for the Wye cables treatment in the remote (IC693CHS392/399) baseplates.
When using 100% shielded cables all local (CPU and expansion) baseplates in the system must
be solidly referenced to the same ground point or a potential difference between baseplates
could disturb signal transmission.
Alert for Users of Early Remote Baseplate Versions
In early remote baseplates versions, IC693CHS393E (and earlier) and IC693CHS399D (and
earlier), it is necessary to remove pin 1 of the mating cable where the cable plugs into the
baseplate. This means that when using a factory made Wye cable, such as IC693CBL300, you
must break pin 1 out of the male end where it plugs into the remote baseplate before using it
with one of these baseplates. Custom built Wye cables for these baseplates should be built
using Figure 10-20.
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Remote baseplates IC693CHS393F (and later) and IC693CHS399E (and later) have a change
inside the baseplate which eliminates the need to remove pin 1 from the mating cable. When
using factory made Wye cable with these baseplates, it is not necessary to remove pin 1 from
the cable. Custom built Wye cables for these baseplates can be made using either Figure 10-20
or Figure 10-21. Figure 10-21 shows how the standard (factory made) Wye cables are made.
By removing pin 1 in custom built Wye cables made for the earlier versions of remote
baseplates, the pin 7 (0V) signal reference originates in the main (CPU) baseplate. In these
earlier versions of the remote baseplates, pin 1 was tied to pin 7 (0V) and also AC coupled to
the remote frame ground. When using these baseplates in combination with the 100% shielded
Wye cables, the pin 7 (0V) reference would be improperly DC coupled to the remote frame
ground through the D-subminiature connector shell, which is DC coupled to the remote frame
ground.
In the remote baseplates IC693CHS393F (and later) and IC693CHS399E (and later), the pin 1
shield signal is DC coupled to the remote frame ground and not attached to pin 7 (0V). This
allows the best noise immunity by providing a good continuous cable shield, and still allows the
pin 7 (0V) signal reference to originate in the CPU baseplate without the need for removing pin
1 in any factory or custom built cable. The D-subminiature connector shell is still DC coupled
to the remote frame ground.
Making a 100% Shielded Cable
Use the following steps to build a 100% shielded cable:
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Strip approximately 5/8 inch of insulation from your custom cable to expose the shield.
2.
Remove the male Pin 1 from any connector plugging directly into an older version remote
baseplate (IC693CHS393E, IC693CHS399D, or earlier).
3.
Put split-ring ferrule over cable insulation (Figure 10-17).
4.
Fold the shield back over top of the cable insulation and ferrule.
5.
Place the collar of the metal hood over top of the folded shield and securely clamp the
hood.
6.
Test your cable for continuity between both connector shells. Connect an ohmmeter
between the shells and flex the cable at both ends. If the metalized connector hood is not
making proper contact with the cable shield at either end, the connection will show
intermittent continuity on the ohmmeter.
7.
Plug the metal hooded cable onto a remote baseplate expansion port connector or into a GE
Fanuc WYE cable and securely tighten the two screws. Installing and tightening the
screws will electrically connect the shield to the remote baseplate frame ground, which
should in turn should be connected to earth ground as instructed in the “Installation”
chapter, under the heading “Baseplate Safety Grounding.”
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Wiring Diagrams
The following wiring diagrams show the wiring configuration for I/O expansion system cables.
Wiring diagrams are provided for both point-to-point cables and Wye cables.
PIN
WYE
CABLE
SINGLE
CONNECTOR
END
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DPRERR
DPRERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
0V
TWISTED PAIRS, SHIELDED
(7 PAIRS)
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
7
NC
FGND
25–PIN
MALE
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
7
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DPRERR
DPRERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
0V
1
FGND
NC
1
25–PIN
FEMALE
METALIZED SHELL
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PIN
25–PIN
MALE
METALIZED SHELL
SHIELD DRAIN WIRE
SERIES
90–30
BASEPLATE
EXPANSION
PORT
OR
WYE
CABLE
DOUBLE
CONNECTOR
END
25–PIN
FEMALE
NOTE:
Bold dashed line shows continuous (100%) shielding when metallized shell connectors are plugged together.
Figure B-3. Point-To-Point Cable Wiring for Continuous Shield Custom Length
Cables
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TWISTED PAIRS, SHIELDED
(7 PAIRS)
PIN
WYE
CABLE
SINGLE
CONNECTOR
END
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DFRAME
DFRAME/
0V
PIN
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
7
NC
FGND
25–PIN
FEMALE
25– PIN
MALE
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
7
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DFRAME
DFRAME/
0V
1
FGND
NC
1
SHIELD DRAIN WIRE
25– PIN
MALE
SERIES
90–30
BASEPLATE
EXPANSION
PORT
OR
WYE
CABLE
25– PIN
FEMALE
Figure B-4. Point-To-Point Cable Wiring Diagram for Applications Requiring
Less Noise Immunity
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CABLE
TO
DOWNSTREAM
RACK
OR
TERMINATION
PLUG
25–PIN
MALE
Metallized Shell
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
TWISTED SHIELDED
PAIRS
PIN
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
0V
7
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
NC
FGND
PIN
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
7
0V
1
FGND
NC
1
NC
25–PIN
MALE
Metallized Shell
25-PIN
FEMALE
Metallized Shell
SHIELD DRAIN WIRE
NOT CONNECTED
SHIELD DRAIN WIRE
OR
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Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
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REMOTE
EXPANSION
BASEPLATE
CONNECTOR
25–PIN
FEMALE
Metallized Shell
CUT PIN 1 HERE IN
FACTORY MADE WYE CABLES
ONLY FOR REMOTE BASEPLATES IC693CHS393E,
IC693CHS399D (AND EARLIER REVISIONS OF EACH)
PIN
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
7 0V
NC
1 FGND
25-PIN
MALE
Metallized Shell
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
CABLE
FROM
UPSTREAM
RACK
25–PIN
FEMALE
Metallized Shell
NOTE:
Bold dashed line shows continuous (100%) shielding when metallized shell connectors are plugged together.
Figure B-5. Earlier Versions of Remote Baseplate Custom WYE Cable Wiring
Diagram
Note
In remote baseplates, IC693CHS393E (and earlier) and IC693CHS399D (and earlier), it is
necessary to remove pin 1 of the mating cable where the cable plugs into the baseplate. This
means that when using a factory made Wye cable, IC693CBL300, you must break pin 1 out of
the male end where it plugs into the remote baseplate before using it with one of these
baseplates. Custom built Wye cables for these baseplates should be built using Figure 10-20.
See the section “Alert to Users of Early Remote Baseplate Versions” for more details.
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Remote baseplates IC693CHS393F (and later( and IC693CHS399E (and later) have a change
inside the baseplate which alleviates the need to remove pin 1 from the mating cable. When
using factory made Wye cable with these baseplates, it is not necessary to remove pin 1 from
the cable. Custom built Wye cables for these baseplates can be made using either Figure 10-20
or Figure 10-21. Figure 10-21 shows how the factory made Wye cable are made.
CABLE
TO
DOWNSTREAM
RACK
OR
TERMINATION
PLUG
25–PIN
MALE
Metallized Shell
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
TWISTED SHIELDED
PAIRS
PIN
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
0V
7
FGND
1
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PIN
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
NC
7
0V
1
FGND
NC
25–PIN
MALE
Metallized Shell
25-PIN
FEMALE
Metallized Shell
SHIELD DRAIN WIRE
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
REMOTE
EXPANSION
BASEPLATE
CONNECTOR
25–PIN
FEMALE
Metallized Shell
SHIELD DRAIN WIRE
CONNECTED
FOR REMOTE BASEPLATES IC693CHS393F,
IC693CHS399E (AND EARLIER REVISIONS OF EACH)
PIN
16
17
24
25
20
21
12
13
8
9
2
3
DIODT
DIODT/
DIOCLK
DIOCLK/
DRSEL
DRSEL/
DRPERR
DRPERR/
DRMRUN
DRMRUN/
DPFRAME
DPFRAME/
7 0V
NC
1 FGND
25-PIN
MALE
Metallized Shell
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
CABLE
FROM
UPSTREAM
RACK
25–PIN
FEMALE
Metallized Shell
NOTE:
Bold dashed line shows continuous (100%) shielding when metallized shell connectors are plugged together.
Figure B-6. Current Remote baseplate (IC693CHS393/399) Custom Wye Cable
Wiring Diagram
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Application Examples
Expansion System Cable Connections
The following example shows cable connections in a system that has expansion baseplates but
no remote baseplates.
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CPU BASEPLATE
SERIAL
C
P
U
DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION
EXPANSION BASEPLATE
DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION
EXPANSION BASEPLATE
NOTE
TOTAL MAXIMUM
DISTANCE FROM
CPU BASEPLATE
TO LAST EXPANSION
BASEPLATE IS
50 FEET (15 METERS)
I/O EXPANSION CABLES
IC693CBL300, 3 FT. (1 METER)
IC693CBL301, 6 FT. (1.8 METERS)
IC693CBL302/314, 50 FT. (15 METERS
IC693CBL312, 0.5 FT. (.15 METERS)
IC693CBL313, 25 FT. (8 METERS)
* See NOTE
DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION
EXPANSION BASEPLATE
*NOTE
Each signal pair on the I/O bus must
be terminated at the end of the I/O
bus with120 ohm resistors. This termination can be done with the I/O
Bus Terminator Plug (IC693ACC307),
by using the 50 foot (15 meter) cable
(IC693CBL302/314) with built-in terminating resistors, or by building a custom cable with the resistors installed
in the connector at the end of the bus.
DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION
EXPANSION BASEPLATE
Î
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Î
Î ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
Î ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
I/O BUS
TERMINATOR
PLUG (See *NOTE)
IC693ACC307
DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION
Figure B-7. Example of Connecting Expansion Baseplates
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Remote and Expansion System Cable Connection Example
The following example shows cable connections in a system that includes both remote and
expansion baseplates. A system can have a combination of remote and expansion baseplates as
long as the distance and cable requirements are followed.
CPU BASEPLATE
CPU
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS391/397
EXPANSION
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS392/398
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1
EXPANSION BASEPLATE
MAXIMUM DISTANCE
FROM CPU 50 FEET
(15 METERS)
2
REMOTE BASEPLATE
3
REMOTE
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS393/399
2
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Î
Î
Î
ÎÎ
Î
REMOTE BASEPLATE
REMOTE
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS393/399
REMOTE
BASEPLATE
IC693CHS393/399
REMOTE BASEPLATE
MAXIMUM DISTANCE
FROM CPU= 700 FEET
(213 METERS)
1
Standard Wye Cable
2
Custom Built Point-to-Point Cable
3
IC693CBL300 Standard Wye Cable, Used as Wye Jumper
4
IC693ACC307 Bus Terminator
3
2
3
4
Figure B-8. Example of Connecting Expansion and Remote Baseplates
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IC693CBL306/307
Extension Cables (50-Pin) for 32 Point Modules
Function of cable
This cable is used with 32 point High Density modules that have a 50-pin male Honda
connector mounted on the front of the module. The extension cables have a 50-pin male
connector on one end and a 50-pin female connector on the other end. This cable provides a
connection from the module to a connector mounted on a DIN-rail-mounted terminal block
assembly. This cable is wired pin-to-pin (That is, pin 1 to pin 1, pin 2 to pin 2, etc.). The
modules that use these cables are: IC693MDL652, IC693MDL653, IC693MDL750, and
IC693MDL751.
The connector on the module is oriented with the notch towards the top of the module with pin
1 at the top of the the right row of pins as you are looking at it, as shown below:
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1
33
19
32
50
18
Cable Specifications
Cable Length
IC693CBL306
IC693CBL307
Connectors
3 feet (1 meter),
6 feet (2 meters)
50-pin female Honda on end that connects to male connector on module.
50-pin male connector on end that connects to Connector Interface Assembly.
We recommend the use of a terminal block for connecting field wiring to the 50-pin
high-density I/O modules. The use of a connector interface provides a convenient method of
terminating field wiring to the modules.
Weidmuller Electrical and Electronic Connection Systems makes a suitable terminal block
assembly RS-MR 50 B, catalog number 912263 (female Honda connector). An example of
using an IC693CBL306 or 307 cable to connect a 32 point I/O module to one of these terminal
blocks is shown in the following figure.
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ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
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ÎÎÎ
50-Pin, 32-Point
I/O Module
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Extension Cable
SERIES 90–30 PLC
Weidmuller #912263
Terminal Block
(DIN-Rail Mounted)
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50
END
VIEW
1
ÎÎ
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Î
Î ÎÎ
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26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
Mounts on
DIN–Rail
38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
50
25
TOP
VIEW
Figure B-9. 32 Point I/O Module to Weidmuller #912263 Terminal Block
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IC693CBL308/309
I/O Cables (50-Pin) for 32 Point Modules
Function of cable
This cable is used with 32 point High Density modules that have a 50-pin Honda connector
mounted on the front of the module. The modules that use these cable are: IC693MDL652,
IC693MDL653, IC693MDL750, and IC693MDL751.
The I/O cables have a female connector on one end, and stripped and tinned wires on the other
end. Each of the stripped and tinned wires has a label attached to it for ease of identification.
The numbers on these labels correspond with the pin number of the connector wired to the
opposite end.
Specifications
Cable Length
IC693CBL308
IC693CBL309
Connectors
3 feet (1 meter)
6 feet (2 meters)
50-pin female Honda on end that connects to male connector on module. Opposite end has
stripped and tinned labeled wires for connection to Connector Interface Assembly
Wiring Information
Table B-2. Wire List for 32 Point I/O Cables
Connector
Pin
Number
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Label Number Loose
End
Connector
Pin
Number
Color Code
Label Number Loose
End
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Black
Brown
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue
Violet
Gray
White
White/Black
White/Brown
White/Red
White/Orange
White/Yellow
White/Green
White/Blue
White/Violet
White/Gray
White/Black/Brown
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
White/Black/Violet
White/Black/Gray
White/Brown/Red
White/Brown/Orange
White/Brown/Yellow
White/Brown/Green
White/Brown/Blue
White/Brown/Violet
White/Brown/Gray
White/Red/Orange
White/Red/Yellow
White/Red/Green
White/Red/Blue
White/Red/Violet
White/Red/Gray
White/Orange/Yellow
White/Orange/Green
White/Orange/Blue
White/Orange/Violet
White/Orange/Gray
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
21
22
23
24
25
White/Black/Red
White/Black/Orange
White/Black/Yellow
White/Black/Green
White/Black/Blue
21
22
23
24
25
46
47
48
49
50
White/Yellow/Green
White/Yellow/Blue
White/Yellow/Violet
White/Yellow/Gray
White/Green/Blue
46
47
48
49
50
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IC693CBL310
I/O Interface Cable (24-Pin) for 32 Point Modules
Note: This cable is obsolete. Please use IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328.
See the data sheet for these cables for details. The replacement cables have
right-angle connectors to reduce the clearance space required in front of the
PLC.
Function of cable
This 10’ (3 meter0 prewired cable was used with all Series 90-30 high-density (32 point) I/O
modules that use the Fujitsu 24-pin user I/O connector. Each of these modules has two of these
connectors mounted side-by-side. I/O Interface cables have a 24-pin female connector on one end
for connection to the module, and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. Catalog numbers for
32 point modules having two 24-pin connectors are: IC693MDL654, IC693MDL655,
IC693MDL752, and IC693MDL753.
Connections to module input circuits are made from the user’s input devices to two male (pin-type)
24-pin connectors (Fujitsu FCN-365P024-AU) mounted on the front of the module. The connector
mounted on the right of the module (front view) interfaces with groups A and B; the connector on
the left side of the module interfaces with groups C and D. If a different length cable is required
for connections to these modules, you can build your own cable (information on building your own
cable is found in the data sheet for cable IC693CBL315).
Length = 10’ (3 meters)
A1
B1
A12
B12
Connector: Fujitsu FCN-365S024-AU
Figure B-10. IC693CBL310 Cable
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Table B-3. Wire List for 24-Pin Connectors
Pin Number
Pair #
A1
1
A2
1
A3
A4
Wire Color Code
Pin Number
Pair #
BLACK
B1
7
BLUE
WHITE
B2
7
WHITE
2
BROWN
B3
8
VIOLET
2
WHITE
B4
8
WHITE
A5
3
RED
B5
9
GRAY
A6
3
WHITE
B6
9
WHITE
A7
4
ORANGE
B7
10
BROWN
A8
4
WHITE
B8
10
BLACK
A9
5
YELLOW
B9
11
RED
A10
5
WHITE
B10
11
BLACK
A11
6
GREEN
B11
12
ORANGE
A12
6
WHITE
B12
12
BLACK
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
B ROW
A ROW
12
321
12
321
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Wire Color Code
a45144
CONNECTOR
NOTE
Each pair of wires should be tied together with heat shrink
tubing for identification purposes. For example, a short
piece of heat shrink tubing should be placed around the
BLACK and WHITE wire pair (Pair #1) that connect to
Pins A1 and A2, etc.
Replacement/Obsolescence Information
GFK-0898F
H
This cable became obsolete and was replaced by cable IC693CBL315 (now obsolete also).
The only difference between these two cables is in the wire color coding.
H
When cable IC693CBL315 became obsolete, the replacement for these cables became
IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328. Cables IC693CBL310/315 have straight connectors.
Cables IC693CBL327/328 have right angle connectors. The right angle connectors require
less depth in front of the PLC, so allow the use of a smaller enclosure in some applications.
H
Data sheets for cables IC693CBL315 and IC693CBL327/328 can be found in this chapter.
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Connector Depth for Cable IC693CBL310
The following illustration shows the space required in front of the PLC when this cable is
connected to a module. The depth of the cabinet that the PLC is mounted in should allow for
the depth added by this connector.
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
1.5–2.5”
Typical
PLC (Side View)
2.187”
Figure B-11. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC
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IC693CBL315
I/O Interface Cable (24-Pin) for 32 Point Modules
Note: This cable became obsolete in late 1998. It was replaced by two
cables: IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328. See the data sheet for these
cables for details. The replacement cables have right-angle connectors to
reduce the clearance space required in front of the PLC.
Function of cable
This prewired cable is available for use with all Series 90-30 high-density (32 point) I/O modules
that use the Fujitsu 24-pin user I/O connector. Each of these modules has two of these connectors
mounted side-by-side. I/O Interface cables have a 24-pin connector on one end for connection to
the module, and stripped and tinned wires on the other end. Catalog numbers for 32 point modules
having two 24-pin connectors are: IC693MDL654, IC693MDL655, IC693MDL752, and
IC693MDL753.
Connections to input circuits are made from the user’s input devices to two male (pin-type) 24-pin
connectors (Fujitsu FCN-365P024-AU) mounted on the front of the module. The connector
mounted on the right of the module (front view) interfaces with groups A and B; the connector on
the left side of the module interfaces with groups C and D. If a different length cable is required
for connections to these modules, you can build your own cable.
Length = 10’ (3 meters)
A1
B1
A12
B12
Connector: Fujitsu FCN-365S024-AU
Figure B-12. IC693CBL315 Cable
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Building Custom Length Cables for 24-Pin Connectors
Cables connecting the module to field devices can be built to length as required for individual
applications. You must purchase the mating female (socket type) 24-pin connectors. The 24-pin
connector kit can be ordered as an accessory kit from GE Fanuc. Catalog numbers for these
connectors and their associated parts are listed in the following table. The list includes catalog
numbers for three types of connectors: solder pin, crimp pin, and ribbon cable. Each accessory kit
contains enough components (D-connectors, backshells, contact pins, etc.) to assemble ten
single-ended cables of the type specified for each kit.
Table B-4. Catalog Numbers for 24-Pin Connector Kits
GE Fanuc
Catalog Number
Vendor
Catalog Number
Description
IC693ACC316
FCN-361J024-AU
Solder eyelet receptacle
(Solder Eyelet Type)
FCN-360C024-B
Backshell (for above)
IC693ACC317
FCN-363J024
Crimp wire receptacle
(Crimp Type)
FCN-363J-AU
Crimp pin (for above, 24 needed)
FCN-360C024-B
Backshell (for above)
IC693ACC318
FCN-367J024-AUF
IDC (ribbon) receptacle, closed cover
(Ribbon or IDC Type)
FCN-367J024-AUH
IDC (ribbon) receptacle, open cover
Additional tools from Fujitsu are required to properly assemble the crimped contact and ribbon
cable type connectors. The solder eyelet connectors (as provided in IC693ACC316) do not
require any special tooling.
Crimped Contact Connectors (as provided in IC693ACC317) require :
Hand Crimping Tool
FCN-363T-T005/H
Contact Extraction Tool
FCN-360T-T001/H
Ribbon Cable Connectors (as provided in IC693ACC318) require :
Cable Cutter
Hand Press
Locator Plate
FCN-707T-T001/H
FCN-707T-T101/H
FCN-367T-T012/H
These tools need to be ordered from an authorized Fujitsu distributor. Three of the largest US
distributors for Fujitsu connectors are Marshall at (800)522-0084, Milgray at (800)MILGRAY,
and Vantage at (800)843-0707. If none of these distributors service your area, then contact
Fujitsu Microelectronics in San Jose, California, USA via telephone at (408) 922-9000 or via
fax at (408) 954-0616 for further information.
It is recommended that you order any necessary connector tooling with sufficient lead time to meet
your assembly requirements for these connectors. These tools are generally not stock items and can
have significant lead times from distribution. If you have any further questions about this issue,
please feel free to contact the GE Fanuc PLC Technical Support Hotline at 1-800-GE FANUC
(1-800-433-2682), or International dial direct 804-978-6036.
Pin connections with color codes are shown in the following table. Cables are made of 12 twisted
pairs; wire size is #24 AWG (0.22mm2).
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Table B-5. Wire List for 24-Pin Connectors
Pin Number
Pair #
A1
1
A2
1
A3
A4
Wire Color Code
Pin Number
Pair #
BROWN
B1
7
VIOLET
BROWN/BLACK
B2
7
VIOLET/BLACK
2
RED
B3
8
WHITE
2
RED/BLACK
B4
8
WHITE/BLACK
A5
3
ORANGE
B5
9
GRAY
A6
3
ORANGE/BLACK
B6
9
GRAY/BLACK
A7
4
YELLOW
B7
10
PINK
A8
4
YELLOW/BLACK
B8
10
PINK/BLACK
A9
5
DARK GREEN
B9
11
LIGHT BLUE
A10
5
DARK GREEN/BLACK
B10
11
LIGHT BLUE/BLACK
A11
6
DARK BLUE
B11
12
LIGHT GREEN
A12
6
DARK BLUE/BLACK
B12
12
LIGHT GREEN/BLACK
B Row
Î
Î
A Row
12
12
321
321
Î
Î
Wire Color Code
a45144
CONNECTOR
NOTE
Each wire pair has a solid color wire and that same color
wire with a black tracer. For example, Pair 1 has a solid
brown wire paired with a brown wire with a black tracer.
Replacement/Obsolescence Information
GFK-0898F
H
Cable IC693CBL315 (now obsolete also) replaced cable IC693CBL310 when that cable
became obsolete. The only difference between these two cables is in the wire color coding.
H
When cable IC693CBL315 became obsolete, the replacement for these cables became
IC693CBL327 and IC693CBL328. Cables IC693CBL310/315 have straight connectors.
Cables IC693CBL327/328 have right angle connectors. The right angle connectors require
less depth in front of the PLC, so allow the use of a smaller enclosure in some applications.
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Connector Depth for IC693CBL315
The following illustration shows the space required in front of the PLC when this cable is
connected to a module. The depth of the cabinet that the PLC is mounted in should allow for
the depth added by this connector.
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
1.5–2.5”
Typical
PLC (Side View)
2.187”
Figure B-13. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC
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IC693CBL321/322/323
I/O Faceplate Connector to Terminal Block Connector,
24-Pin
Note: These cables became obsolete in late 1998. They were replaced by six
cables: IC693CBL329, IC693CBL330, IC693CBL331, IC693CBL332,
IC693CBL333, and IC693CBL334. See the data sheet for these cables for
details. The replacement cables have right-angle connectors to reduce the
clearance space required in front of the PLC.
Function of cable
These cables are used with 16-point I/O modules that are equipped with a TBQC I/O faceplate
adaptor. Each cable has a straight 24-pin female connector on both ends. Each cable provides
a connection from the module to a connector mounted on a terminal block assembly. These
cables are wired pin-to-pin (that is, pin A1 to pin A1, pin A2 to pin A2, etc.). An I/O
faceplate assembly (catalog number IC693ACC334) is required which snaps onto the module in
place of the module’s standard 20-pin terminal block assembly. Five different terminal blocks
are available to allow a variety of I/O modules to use this accessory (see Appendix J for details
on the TBQC assemblies).
Cable Specifications
Item
Cable Length [
IC693CBL321
IC693CBL322
IC693CBL323
Cable Type:
24 Pin Female Connectors (2):
Description
3 feet (1 meter),
6 feet (2 meters)
1.5 feet (0.5 meters)
12 twisted pairs with overall aluminum polyester shield and #24 AWG drain
wire.
Equivalent to Fujitsu FCN-363J024, or equivalent.
[ Length of cable is measured from backs of connector shells as shown in figure on next page.
The connector on the I/O faceplate is oriented as shown below, with the rows labeled A1-A12
and B1-B12. A1 and B1 are towards top of module faceplate.
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Top of I/O Faceplate
Pin A1
Pin B1
Pin A12
Pin B12
Figure B-14. Connector Orientation on I/O Faceplate
B1
A1
A1
B1
B12
A12
A12
B12
Length*
IC693CBL321
IC693CBL322
IC693CBL323
3 feet (1 meter)
6 feet (2 meters)
1.5 feet (0.5 meter)
* Length is measured from backs of connector shells as shown above
Figure B-15. I/O Faceplate to Terminal Block Cable
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Connector Depth
The following illustration shows the space required in front of the PLC when this cable is
connected to a module. The depth of the cabinet that the PLC is mounted in should allow for
the depth added by this connector.
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
1.5–2.5”
Typical
PLC (Side View)
2.187”
Figure B-16. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC
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IC693CBL327/328
I/O Interface Cables with Right Angle 24-Pin Connector
Note: These cables replace obsolete I/O Interface cable IC693CBL315.
These replacement cables have right-angle connectors to reduce the clearance space required in front of the PLC. These replacement cables use the
same pin-outs as the obsolete cables.
Description
These cables each have a right-angle 24-pin connector on one end and a set of stripped wire
ends on the other. These two cables are identical except for their opposite connector
orientations. This difference in the cables’ connector orientations is for the purpose of
matching the opposing connector orientations on the dual-connector type of 32-point I/O
modules.
10 Feet (3 Meters)
Figure B-17. IC693CBL327/328 Cables
Note
Each conductor in these 24-conductor cables has a current rating of 1.2 Amps.
If using these cables with a 16-point Output module with a higher output
current rating, you must use the lower value of 1.2 for the maximum load
current rating . If you have field devices that require more than 1.2 Amps, do
not use a TBQC assembly. Use the standard Terminal Board instead.
Applications
These cables are for use with Series 90-30 I/O modules that have the Fujitsu 24-pin user I/O
connector. There are two categories of these modules:
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32 point modules with two 24-pin connectors (IC693MDL654, IC693MDL655,
IC693MDL752, and IC693MDL753). The IC693CBL327 cable is for the modules’ left side
connector (front view), and the IC693CBL328 cable is for the modules’ right side connector.
The modules’ right side connector interfaces with I/O circuit groups A and B; the modules’ left
side connector interfaces with groups C and D. See Chapter 7, “Input and Output Modules”
for a drawing of these modules. See GFK-0898, the Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module
Specifications Manual, for details about these modules.
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16-point modules that are equipped with the TBQC I/O faceplate adaptor. See Appendix J for
information on the TBQC (Terminal Block Quick Connector). Use the IC693CBL328 right
side cable for this application.
If a different length cable is required, you can build your own cable, but only straight connector kits
are currently available. See “Building Custom Length Cables” below.
Specifications
Cable Length
10 feet (3 meters)
Connector
Fujitsu FCN-365S024-AU
Connector Depth for Cables IC693CBL327/328
The following figure shows that these cables extend 2” out from the face of the modules they
are connected to. The depth of the cabinet that the PLC is mounted in should allow for the 2”
depth added by this connector.
Series 90-30
I/O Module
2.0”
Figure B-18. Dimension for Depth of Connector for IC693CBL327/328
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Building Custom Length 24-pin Connector Cables
Cables connecting the module to field devices can be built to length as required for individual
applications. You must purchase the mating female (socket type) 24-pin connectors. The 24-pin
connector kit can be ordered as an accessory kit from GE Fanuc. Catalog numbers for these
connectors and their associated parts are listed in the following table. The list includes catalog
numbers for three types of connectors: solder pin, crimp pin, and ribbon cable. Each accessory kit
contains enough components (D-connectors, backshells, contact pins, etc.) to assemble ten
single-ended cables of the type specified for each kit.
Table B-6. Catalog Numbers for 24-Pin Connector Kits
GE Fanuc
Catalog Number
Vendor
Catalog Number
Description
IC693ACC316
FCN-361J024-AU
Solder eyelet receptacle
(Solder Eyelet Type)
FCN-360C024-B
Backshell (for above)
IC693ACC317
FCN-363J024
Crimp wire receptacle
(Crimp Type)
FCN-363J-AU
Crimp pin (for above, 24 needed)
FCN-360C024-B
Backshell (for above)
IC693ACC318
FCN-367J024-AUF
IDC (ribbon) receptacle, closed cover
(Ribbon or IDC Type)
FCN-367J024-AUH
IDC (ribbon) receptacle, open cover
Additional tools from Fujitsu are required to properly assemble the crimped contact and ribbon
cable type connectors. The solder eyelet connectors (as provided in IC693ACC316) do not
require any special tooling.
Crimped Contact Connectors (as provided in IC693ACC317) require :
Hand Crimping Tool
FCN-363T-T005/H
Contact Extraction Tool
FCN-360T-T001/H
Ribbon Cable Connectors (as provided in IC693ACC318) require :
Cable Cutter
Hand Press
Locator Plate
FCN-707T-T001/H
FCN-707T-T101/H
FCN-367T-T012/H
These tools need to be ordered from an authorized Fujitsu distributor. Three of the largest US
distributors for Fujitsu connectors are Marshall at (800)522-0084, Milgray at (800)MILGRAY,
and Vantage at (800)843-0707. If none of these distributors service your area, then contact
Fujitsu Microelectronics in San Jose, California, USA via telephone at (408) 922-9000 or via
fax at (408) 954-0616 for further information.
It is recommended that you order any necessary connector tooling with sufficient lead time to meet
your assembly requirements for these connectors. These tools are generally not stock items and can
have significant lead times from distribution. If you have any further questions about this issue,
please feel free to contact the GE Fanuc PLC Technical Support Hotline at 1-800-GE FANUC
(1-800-433-2682), or International dial direct 804-978-6036.
Pin connections with color codes are shown in the following table. Cables are made of 12 twisted
pairs; wire size is #24 AWG (0.22mm2).
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Table B-7. Wire List for 24-Pin Connectors
Pin Number
Pair #
A1
1
A2
1
A3
A4
Wire Color Code
Pin Number
Pair #
BROWN
B1
7
VIOLET
BROWN/BLACK
B2
7
VIOLET/BLACK
2
RED
B3
8
WHITE
2
RED/BLACK
B4
8
WHITE/BLACK
A5
3
ORANGE
B5
9
GRAY
A6
3
ORANGE/BLACK
B6
9
GRAY/BLACK
A7
4
YELLOW
B7
10
PINK
A8
4
YELLOW/BLACK
B8
10
PINK/BLACK
A9
5
DARK GREEN
B9
11
LIGHT BLUE
A10
5
DARK GREEN/BLACK
B10
11
LIGHT BLUE/BLACK
A11
6
DARK BLUE
B11
12
LIGHT GREEN
A12
6
DARK BLUE/BLACK
B12
12
LIGHT GREEN/BLACK
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
B Row
A Row
12
321
12
321
ÎÎ
ÎÎ
Wire Color Code
a45144
CONNECTOR
NOTE
Each wire pair has a solid color wire and that same color
wire with a black tracer. For example, Pair 1 has a solid
brown wire paired with a brown wire with a black tracer.
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Connector Depth for Custom Built Cables
Because custom built cables use a straight connector, they require more space in front of the
PLC than is required for a factory built cable, which has a right-angle connector. The following
figure shows the space required in front of the PLC when this cable is connected to a module.
The depth of the cabinet that the PLC is mounted in should allow for the depth added by this
connector.
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
1.5–2.5”
Typical
PLC (Side View)
2.187”
Figure B-19. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC for Custom Built
Cables
Possible Uses for These Cables (Factory or Custom Built)
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D
Connecting from the 24-pin connectors on a 32-point module to either a user-supplied
terminal strip/block or directly to I/O field devices (switches, lights, etc.).
D
Connecting from the 24-pin connector on a 16-point module that has a TBQC I/O faceplate
adapter to either a user-supplied terminal strip/block or directly to I/O field devices
(switches, lights, etc.). Use the right side cable, IC693CBL328, for this purpose. See
Appendix J for information about TBQC (Terminal Block Quick Connect) options.
D
Connecting from the 24-pin connectors on a 32-point module through a conduit to a
Terminal Block Quick Connect terminal block. This can be accomplished by attaching one
of the optional 24-pin connectors to the stripped end after pulling the cable through the
conduit. See the section “Building Custom Length Cables” for information on the
connector options. See Appendix J for information about TBQC (Terminal Block Quick
Connect) options.
D
Connecting from the connector on a 16-point module that has a TBQC I/O faceplate
adapter through a conduit to a TBQC terminal block. This can be accomplished by
attaching one of the optional 24-pin connectors to the stripped end after pulling the cable
through the conduit. Use the right side cable, IC693CBL328, for this purpose. See the
section “Building Custom Length Cables” for information on the connector options. See
Appendix J for information about TBQC (Terminal Block Quick Connect) options.
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IC693CBL329/330/331/332/333/334 Cables
24-Pin I/O Faceplate Connector to Terminal Block
Connector
Note: These cables replace obsolete cables IC693CBL321/322/323. The obsolete
cables had straight connectors. These replacement cables have right-angle
connectors to reduce the clearance space required in front of the PLC. They use
the same pin-outs as the obsolete cables.
Description
These cables all have a right-angle 24-pin connector on each end. They are identical except
for connector orientation (right side and left side types) and cable length. The difference in
connector orientation is to allow them to work with the dual-connector type of 32-point I/O
modules. These cables are wired pin-to-pin (that is, pin A1 to pin A1, pin A2 to pin A2, etc.).
Similar cables are available in a 3 meter length that have a right angle connector on one end
and stripped leads on the other (see the data sheet for the IC693CBL327/328 cables for further
information).
Cable Length (see table)
Figure B-20. IC693CBL329/330/331/332/333/334 Cables
Note
Each conductor in these 24-conductor cables has a current rating of 1.2 Amps.
If using these cables with a 16-point Output module with a higher output
current rating, you must use the lower value of 1.2 for the maximum load
current rating . If you have field devices that require more than 1.2 Amps, do
not use a TBQC assembly. Use the standard Terminal Board instead.
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Table B-8. TBQC Cable Cross-Reference Table
Cable Catalog
Number
Cable Description
and Length
Replaces Obsolete
Cable Number
IC693CBL329
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Left Side
Cable length = 1.0 Meter
IC693CBL321
IC693CBL330
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Right Side
Cable length = 1.0 Meter
IC693CBL321
IC693CBL331
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Left Side
Cable length = 2.0 Meters
IC693CBL322
IC693CBL332
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Right Side
Cable length = 2.0 Meters
IC693CBL322
IC693CBL333
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Left Side
Cable length = 0.5 Meter
IC693CBL323
IC693CBL334
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Right Side
Cable length = 0.5 Meter
IC693CBL323
Cable Kits
IC693CBK002
Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL329 (left side) and
IC693CBL330 (right side) cables
IC693CBK003
Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL331 (left side) and
IC693CBL332 (right side) cables
IC693CBK004
Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL333 (left side) and
IC693CBL334 (right side) cables
Connector Depth
The following figure shows that the cable connectors extend 2” out from the face of the Series
90-30 modules they are connected to. The depth of the cabinet that the PLC is mounted in
should allow for the 2” depth added by this connector.
Series 90-30
I/O Module
2.0”
Figure B-21. Dimension for Depth of Connector
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Applications
These cables connect from Series 90-30 I/O modules that use the Fujitsu 24-pin I/O connector to
Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) blocks. There are two categories of these modules:
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32 point modules with two 24-pin connectors: IC693MDL654, IC693MDL655,
IC693MDL752, and IC693MDL753. The IC693CBL329/331/333 cables are for the modules’
left side connector (front view), and the IC693CBL330/332/334 cables are for the modules’
right side connector. The modules’ right side connector interfaces with I/O circuit groups A
and B; the modules’ left side connector interfaces with groups C and D. The other end of the
cables connect to the TBQC IC693ACC337 terminal block. See GFK-0898, the Series 90-30
PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual, for details about these modules. See Appendix J for
information on the TBQC components.
D
16-point modules that are equipped with the TBQC I/O faceplate adaptor. Use the
IC693CBL330/332/334 right side cables for this application. See Appendix J for
information on the TBQC (Terminal Block Quick Connector) components.
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Appendix D Terminal Block Quick Connect Components
D
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This appendix describes the optional terminal block components for certain Series 90-30 discrete
I/O modules. This system is referred to as the Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) system. The
advantage of this system is that it allows the listed discrete I/O modules to be quickly connected to
TBQC terminal blocks. In this system, the TBQC terminal block (shown below) is snapped onto a
standard DIN-rail. Then, a factory-made cable is connected between the terminal block’s connector
and the I/O module’s connector. Some I/O modules come equipped with connectors and others
have terminal boards; an I/O module that has a terminal board instead of a connector is converted
into a connector type using an adapter faceplate.
NOTE: The TBQC system is not recommended for use with Analog modules because it does
not meet the shielding recommendations for Analog module connections.
This appendix contains two sections, one for discrete 16-point I/O modules and one for discrete
32-point I/O modules. For additonal help in selecting TBQC components, see the topic
“Terminal Block Selection Guide for Discrete I/O Modules” in Chapter 2.
Connector (Male Pins)
a45586A
2
20
1
19
Top View
“Box” Terminals
Front View
Figure C-1. Typical TBQC Terminal Block
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TBQC Components for 16-Point Modules
Installing a 16 point module typically takes 2 1/2 hours to wire from a PLC to a terminal blocks or
strip. With the TBQC, you simply snap the terminal block onto a DIN rail, remove the I/O
module’s terminal assembly, snap in the I/O faceplate, and connect the cable. This reduces wiring
time to about two minutes, reducing wiring costs and errors. TBQC components consist of terminal
blocks, I/O Face Plates, and cables.
Terminal Blocks
Terminal blocks have three rows of terminals, arranged in three levels, as shown in Figure J-1.
These terminal blocks feature an easy to use captive-screw, “rising cage” type connection
system. Catalog numbers for the terminal blocks and the modules they can be used with are
listed below.
Table C-1. TBQC Terminal Block Selection Table
Catalog
Number
Use With
These Modules
IC693ACC3291
IC693MDL240
IC693MDL645
IC693MDL646
IC693MDL740
Input, 120 VAC – 16 points
Input, 24 VDC Pos./Neg Logic– 16 points
Input, 24 VDC Pos./Neg, Logic, FAST – 16 points
Output, 12/24 VDC Pos Logic, 0.5A – 16 points
IC693MDL742
Output, 12/24 VDC Pos Logic ESCP, 1A– 16 points
IC693ACC331
IC693MDL741
Output, 12/24 VDC Neg Logic, 0.5A– 16 points
IC693ACC332
IC693MDL940
Output, Relay, N.O. – 16 points
IC693ACC333
IC693MDL340
Output, 120 VAC, 0.5A – 16 points
IC693ACC330
Module
Description
1 This Terminal Block may be used with most I/O modules that have up to 16 I/O points (can
not be used with 32 point modules). Jumpers may have to be added; for details of required
wiring connections, refer to module specifications in this manual.
Cable Current Rating
Each conductor in these 24-conductor cables has a current rating of 1.2 Amps. If using these
cables with a 16-point Output module with a higher output current rating, you must use the
lower value of 1.2 Amps for the maximum load current rating . If you have field devices that
require more than 1.2 Amps, do not use a TBQC assembly – use the standard Terminal Board
that comes with the module instead.
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Terminal Block Quick Connect Components
Cable Selection and Cross-Reference for 16–Point Modules
Three cables are available for connecting between the module’s faceplate connector and the
terminal block. They can be used with any module listed in Table D–1. The only difference in
these cables is their length. These cables have right-angle connectors on the module end to
minimize the space required in front of the modules. These three cables replace three obsolete
cables that had straight connectors. Use the following table to choose a cable:
Table C-2. TBQC Cable Selection Table for 16–Point Modules
Description
Cable Catalog
Number
Replaces Obsolete
Cable Number
IC693CBL330
Cable Assembly, 24-pin, 90 Deg, Right Side,
1.0 Meter length
IC693CBL321
IC693CBL332
Cable Assembly, 24-pin, 90 Deg, Right Side,
2.0 Meter length
IC693CBL322
IC693CBL334
Cable Assembly, 24-pin, 90 Deg, Right Side,
0.5 Meter length
IC693CBL323
IC693ACC334 I/O Face Plate for 16-Point Modules
The IC693ACC334 I/O Face Plate has a 24-pin connector, which provides the connection to the
applicable terminal block through one of the cables listed in the table above. This face plate
replaces the standard terminal board on the listed modules.
I/O Face Plate Installation
Step 1: Install terminal block assembly on DIN rail
Place the terminal block over the desired location on the DIN rail and snap into place.
Step 2: Remove 20-pin terminal assembly from module
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JACKING
LEVER
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Open the plastic terminal board cover.
Push up on the jacking lever to release
the terminal block.
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PULL
TAB
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Grasp pull-tab towards you until contacts have
separated from module housing and hook has
disengaged for full removal.
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Step 3: Snap IC693ACC334 I/O Face Plate on module
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B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Installing the IC693ACC334 I/O Face Plate
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Module with I/O Face Plate Installed
Step 4: Connect cable to connector on terminal block
Finally, connect the selected length cable from the connector on the I/O Face Plate to the
connector on the interposing terminal block.
Module Wiring Information
Refer to Chapters 6 and 7 for wiring connections for each module.
Cable Information
Refer to Appendix C for cable data sheets.
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Terminal Block Quick Connect Components
Faceplate Connector Pin–Out (for 16–Point Modules)
Module
Terminal #
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
Pin B1
Pin A1
Pin A12
Pin B12
Connector
Pin#
1 ........
2 ........
3 ........
4 ........
5 ........
6 ........
7 ........
8 ........
9 ........
10 . . . . . . . .
........
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11 . . . . . . . .
12 . . . . . . . .
13 . . . . . . . .
14 . . . . . . . .
15 . . . . . . . .
16 . . . . . . . .
17 . . . . . . . .
18 . . . . . . . .
19 . . . . . . . .
20 . . . . . . . .
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A1
B2
A2
B3
A3
B4
A4
B5
A5
B6 (N.C.)
A6 (N.C.)
B7 (N.C.)
A7 (N.C.)
B8
A8
B9
A9
B10
A10
B11
A11
B12
A12
Connector Pin Orientation
Figure C-2. IC693ACC334 TBQC Faceplate
Terminal Block Information
Terminal block data sheets are found on the next several pages.
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IC693ACC329 TBQC Terminal Block (for 16–Point Modules)
Use with the following 16-point I/O modules:
IC693MDL240
IC693MDL645
IC693MDL646
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20
1
19
Maximum wire size
per terminal: one
#14 AWG (2.10 mm2)
4.44” (112mm)
Width
Height (all blocks)
Depth (all blocks)
2.25” (57mm)
1.7716” (45mm)
2
1
C
C
C
C
4
3
C
6
5
C
8
7
C
10
9
C
12
11
C
14
13
C
16
15
C
18
17
C
20
TERMINAL
BLOCK
19
C
C
C
C
C
(See Note 1
Below)
Figure C-3. IC693ACC329 TBQC Terminal Block
Note
The common row terminals (labeled with the letter C) are provided for wiring
convenience. Their use is optional. They are electrically isolated from the
numbered terminals. You may use them as is, or jumper them to a numbered
terminal. Refer to the applicable chapter in this manual for module wiring
diagrams.
Mounting
These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail.
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IC693ACC330 TBQC Terminal Block (for 16–Point Modules)
Use with the following 16-point I/O modules:
IC693MDL740
IC693MDL742
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2
20
1
19
Maximum wire size
per terminal: one
#14 AWG (2.10 mm2)
4.64” (117.86mm)
Width
Height (all blocks)
Depth (all blocks)
2.25” (57mm)
1.7716” (45mm)
2
1
C
C
C
C
4
3
C
6
5
C
8
7
C
10
9
C
12
11
C
14
13
C
16
15
C
18
17
C
20
TERMINAL
BLOCK
19
C
C
C
C
C
C
Figure C-4. IC693ACC330 TBQC Terminal Block
Note
Refer to the applicable chapter in this manual for module wiring diagrams.
Mounting
These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail.
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IC693ACC331 TBQC Terminal Block (for 16–Point Modules)
Use with the following 16-point I/O module:
IC693MDL741
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2
20
1
19
Maximum wire size
per terminal: one
#14 AWG (2.10 mm2)
4.64” (117.86mm)
Width
Height (all blocks)
Depth (all blocks)
2.25” (57mm)
1.7716” (45mm)
2
1
+
+
+
+
4
3
+
6
5
+
8
7
+
10
9
+
12
11
+
14
13
+
16
15
+
18
17
+
20
TERMINAL
BLOCK
19
+
+
+
+
+
+
Figure C-5. IC693ACC331 TBQC Terminal Block
Note
Refer to the applicable chapter in this manual for module wiring diagrams.
Mounting
These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail.
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IC693ACC332 TBQC Terminal Block (for 16–Point Modules)
Use with the following 16-point I/O module:
IC693MDL940
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2
20
1
19
Maximum wire size
per terminal: one
#14 AWG (2.10 mm2)
5.04” (128mm)
Width
Height (all blocks)
Depth (all blocks)
2.25” (57mm)
1.7716” (45mm)
2
1
C
C
C
C
C
4
3
C
6
5
C
8
7
C
10
9
C
12
11
C
14
13
C
16
15
C
18
17
C
20
19
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
TERMINAL
BLOCK
(See Note 1
Below)
Figure C-6. IC693ACC332 TBQC Terminal Block
Note
The common row terminals (labeled with the letter C) are provided for wiring
convenience. Their use is optional. They are electrically isolated from the
numbered terminals. You may use them as is, or jumper them to a numbered
terminal. Refer to the applicable chapter in this manual for module wiring
diagrams.
Mounting
These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail.
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IC693ACC333 TBQC Terminal Block (for 16–Point Modules)
Use with the following 16-point I/O module:
IC693MDL340
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2
20
1
19
Maximum wire size
per terminal: one
#14 AWG (2.10 mm2)
4.64” (117.86mm)
Width
Height (all blocks)
Depth (all blocks)
2
1
N
N
N
N
2.25” (57mm)
1.7716” (45mm)
4
3
N
6
5
N
8
7
N
10
9
N
12
11
N
14
13
N
16
15
N
18
17
N
20
TERMINAL
BLOCK
19
N
N
N
N
N
N
(See Note 1
Below)
Figure C-7. IC693ACC333 TBQC Terminal Block
Note
The neutral row terminals (labeled with the letter N) are provided for wiring
convenience. Their use is optional. They are electrically isolated from the
numbered terminals. You may use them as is, or jumper them to a numbered
terminal. Refer to the applicable chapter in this manual for module wiring
diagrams.
Mounting
These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail.
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TBQC Components for 32-Point, Dual–Connector Modules
The 32-point modules do not require a new faceplate since they are equipped with a
dual-connector faceplate as a standard feature. Since each module has two 24-pin connectors,
they each require two cables and two terminal blocks. Also, since the modules’ two connectors
are oriented differently (see example in figure below), the two cables are different. One is
called a “right side” cable and the other, a “left side” cable.
Note: These terminal blocks will not work with the 32-point I/O modules that have 50-pin
connectors.
A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F
B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
C1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
D1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
INPUT
5/12 VDC
POS/NEG LOGIC
3.0 mA/Pt at 5VDC
8.5 mA/Pt at 12VDC
CD
Pin B12
“Left Side”
Connector
Pin B1
AB
Pin B1
“Right Side”
Connector
Pin B12
Figure C-8. Example of 32-Point, dual–connector Module (IC693MDL654)
Terminal Block
The terminal block has three rows of terminals, arranged in three levels, as shown in Figure
D-1. The terminals feature an easy to use captive-screw, “rising cage” type connection system.
Catalog numbers for the terminal block and the modules it can be used with are listed below.
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Catalog
Number
Use With
These Modules
IC693ACC337
IC693MDL654
IC693MDL655
IC693MDL752
IC693MDL753
Module
Description
Input, 5/12 VDC (TTL) Pos/Neg Logic– 32 points
Input, 24 VDC Pos/Neg Logic – 32 points
Output, 5/24 VDC Neg Logic–32 points
Output, 12/24 VDC Pos Logic, 0.5A – 32 points
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Cable Selection and Cross-Reference for 32–Point Modules
Six cables are available for connecting between the modules’ faceplate connectors and the
terminal blocks. These cables have right-angle connectors on the module end to minimize the
space required in front of the modules. These six cables replace three obsolete cables that had
straight connectors. Since the modules’ two connectors are oriented differently (see previous
figure), a right-side and left-side cable is required. Use the following table to select the correct
cables. The table also lists cable kits that consist of a pair of same length, right side and left
side cables.
Table C-3. TBQC Cable Selection Table for 32–Point Modules
Cable Catalog
Number
Cable Description
and Length
Replaces Obsolete
Cable Number
IC693CBL329
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Left Side
Cable length = 1.0 Meter
IC693CBL321
IC693CBL330
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Right Side
Cable length = 1.0 Meter
IC693CBL321
IC693CBL331
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Left Side
Cable length = 2.0 Meters
IC693CBL322
IC693CBL332
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Right Side
Cable length = 2.0 Meters
IC693CBL322
IC693CBL333
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Left Side
Cable length = 0.5 Meter
IC693CBL323
IC693CBL334
Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Right Side
Cable length = 0.5 Meter
IC693CBL323
Cable Kits
IC693CBK002
Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL329 (left side) and
IC693CBL330 (right side) cables
IC693CBK003
Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL331 (left side) and
IC693CBL332 (right side) cables
IC693CBK004
Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL333 (left side) and
IC693CBL334 (right side) cables
Cable Current Rating
Each conductor in these 24-conductor cables has a current rating of 1.2 Amps, which is more
than adequate to handle the current requirement of any of the 32-point I/O modules listed in the
table on the previous page.
Module and Cable Data
Module connection data is found in Chapters 6 and 7, and cable data is found in Appendix C.
Terminal Block Data
Only the IC693ACC337 terminal block can be used with 32–point modules. Data for this
terminal block is found on the next page.
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IC693ACC337 TBQC Terminal Block (for 32–Point Modules)
Use with the following 32-point I/O modules (2 terminal blocks required per
module):
IC693MDL654
IC693MDL655
IC693MDL752
IC693MDL753
24
2
23
1
Maximum wire size
per terminal: one
#14 AWG (2.10 mm2)
4.45” (112mm)
Width
Height (all blocks)
Depth (all blocks)
2.15” (57mm)
1.7716” (45mm)
A1
B1
A2
B2
2
1
C
C
C
C
B3
4
3
C
A3
B4
6
5
C
A4
B5
8
7
C
A5
B6
10
9
C
A6
B7
12
11
C
A7
A8
B8
14
13
C
B9
16
15
C
A9
B10
18
17
C
A10
B11
20
19
C
A11
B12
22
21
C
A12
24-Pin
Connector
24
TERMINAL
23
C
BLOCK
C
C
(See Note 1
Below)
Figure C-9. IC693ACC337 TBQC Terminal Block
Note
The common row terminals (labeled with the letter C) are provided for wiring
convenience. Their use is optional. They are electrically isolated from the
numbered terminals. You may use them as is, or jumper them to a numbered
terminal. Refer to the applicable chapter in this manual for module wiring
diagrams.
Mounting
These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail.
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Appendix E Personal Computer Interface Cards
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IC693PIF301/400 Personal Computer Interface (PCIF)
Cards
These two Personal Computer Interface cards (PCIF and PCIF2) provide an alternative method of
controlling Series 90-30 I/O. Either card can be used in place of a Series 90-30 PLC CPU. These
ISA-compatible cards can be installed in any IBM-PC/AT ISA bus computer. The cards are
implemented using computer language software (for example, C), or PC control software, such as
Total Control Products’ FrameworX Automation Software.
Table D-1. Personal Computer Interface Card Comparison Table
ITEM
PCIF
PCIF2
Catalog Number
IC693PIF301
IC693PIF400
Amount of I/O controlled
1,280 bytes
25,886 bytes
Number of Series 90-30 racks
controlled
Up to four Expansion or
Remote racks
Up to seven Expansion or
Remote racks
Slot requirement
IBM-PC/AT ISA, 8-bit, half
size
IBM-PC/AT ISA, 16-bit, full
size
Documentation
GFK-0889 (IPI)
GFK-1540 (data sheet)
Both of these PCIF cards have a 25-pin I/O expansion connector that connects to standard Series
90-30 Expansion and Remote baseplates (see the “Baseplates” chapter) via I/O expansion cabling.
Remote racks can be located up to 700 feet ( 213 meters) and Expansion racks up to 50 feet (15
meters) from the personal computer. Several standard prewired I/O expansion cables are available
from GE Fanuc. Alternately, custom length cables can be built. Please refer to Appendix C of this
manual for information on standard and custom I/O expansion cables.
These cards also provide connections to an internal watchdog-supervised RUN output relay contact.
This contact is closed under normal operating conditions, but opens if the computer or software
application fails, which makes it useful for interfacing with external safety circuits.
These cards support all Series 90-30 discrete and analog I/O modules (except 16-channel analog
modules). A variety of smart modules from Horner Electric, Inc. are also supported.
NOTE: The Programmable Coprocessor Modules, Communications Control module,
Alphanumeric Display Coprocessor module, and the State Logic Processor module are
currently NOT supported by the Personal Computer Interface (PCIF) cards.
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DOS-BASED
SOFTWARE
DOS TSR ROUTINE OR
MICROSOFT C/TURBO C
PROGRAMS
C LIBRARY
OR
WINDOWS-BASED
SOFTWARE
WINDOWS DLL
MS WINDOWS
MS-DOS
MS-DOS
I/O EXPANSION CABLE
PCIF or PCIF2
I/O EXPANSION CABLE
I/O EXPANSION CABLE
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Figure D-1. Example of PCIF Interface to Series 90-30 I/O
Software
GE Fanuc’s PC Control software package, which runs under WindowsRNT, allows you to
configure and create application programs for your system. See GFK–1424, Using PC Control
Software.
A C Language Interface software product, available from Horner Electric, works with both
Borland Turbo C and Microsoft C. The source code for this interface is available from Horner
Electric (catalog number HE693SRC844). Visit Horner Electric on the web at:
www.hornerelectric.com
Documentation
Documentation for these PCIF cards is noted in the table above; additional user documentation
is available from Horner Electric, Inc. Documentation on the GE Fanuc PC Control software is
found in the manual Using PC Control Software, GFK–1424.
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Most PLCs are mounted in an enclosure. The enclosure should be capable of properly
dissipating the heat produced by all of the devices mounted inside it. This appendix describes
how to calculate heat dissipation for a Series 90–30 PLC. The strategy is to calculate a heat
dissipation value, in Watts, for each individual module in the PLC. Then these individual
values will be added together to obtain a total heat dissipation figure for the PLC. When
making your calculations, don’t forget the following:
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To convert percent to a decimal, move the decimal two places to the left. For example,
40% would be expressed as 0.40, and 100% would be 1.00.
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To convert milliamps (mA) to Amperes (A or Amps), move the decimal three places to the
left. For example, 10mA would convert to .010A, and 130mA would convert to 0.130A.
Step 1: Basic Method to Calculate Module Dissipation
Note that this step does not apply to Power Supply Modules, which are covered in Step 2. The
values needed for this calculation are found in the “Load Requirements” table in the
“Calculating Power Supply Loading” section in Chapter 4 (“Power Supplies”). We will use the
basic electrical power formula in these calculations
Power (in Watts) = Voltage (in Volts) x Current (in Amps).
We will assume that all input power to these modules is eventually dissipated as heat. The
procedure is:
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Look up the module in the “Load Requirements” table (Chapter 4) and obtain the current
values for each of the three power supply voltages listed. The voltage is printed at the head
of each column. All modules use the 5VDC supply, and a relatively few modules also use
one or both of the two 24VDC supplies.
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For a given module, calculate the power dissipation for each column in the table that
contains a current value by multiplying the current value (in Amps) times the voltage for
that column. For modules using more than one voltage, add the calculated power values to
arrive at the total for the module.
Example 1:
The “Load Requirements” table shows that the IC693CPU352 module draws:
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910 mA from the +5VDC supply.
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No current from either of the two 12VDC supplies
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To calculate power dissipation, multiply 0.910 Amps times 5 Volts. The answer is:
4.55 Watts (of heat dissipated by this module)
Example 2:
The “Load Requirements” table shows that the IC693MDL241 module draws:
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80 mA from the +5VDC supply
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125 mA from the +24VDC Isolated supply
To calculate power dissipation from the +5VDC supply:
Multiply 0.08 Amps times 5 Volts to arrive at a value of 0.40 Watts.
To calculate power dissipation from the +24VDC supply:
Multiply 0.125 Amps times 24 Volts to arrive at a value of 3.0 Watts.
Adding the two together, we find the total heat dissipated by this module is 3.4 Watts.
Step 2: Calculation for PLC Power Supplies
A basic rule for Series 90 power supplies is that they are 66% efficient. Another way of stating
this is that the power supply dissipates 1 Watt of power in the form of heat for every 2 Watts of
power it delivers to the PLC. Therefore, you can calculate the total power requirement for all
of the modules in the rack served by a particular power supply using the method in Step 1
above, then divide that figure by 2 to arrive at the power supply dissipation value. You cannot
simply use the rating of the power supply (such as 30 Watts) for this calculation because the
application may not require the full capacity of the power supply. If you are using the +24VDC
output on the power supply’s terminal strip, you should calculate the power drawn, divide the
value by 2, and add it to the total for the power supply. Since each Series 90–30 rack has its
own power supply, each rack should be calculated on an individual basis.
Step 3: Output Calculations for Discrete Output and Combination Modules
Discrete solid state Output modules and output circuits of Combination I/O modules require
two calculations, one for the module’s signal–level circuits, which was already done in Step 1,
and one for the output circuits. (This output circuit calculation is not required for the Relay
Output modules.) Since the solid state output switching devices in these modules will drop a
measurable amount of voltage, their power dissipation can be calculated. Note that the power
dissipated by the output circuits comes from a separate power source, so it is not included in the
figure used to calculate PLC power supply dissipation in Step 2.
To calculate output circuit power dissipation:
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In the Chapters 7 or 8, find the value for the Output Voltage Drop for your particular
Output or Combination I/O module.
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Obtain the required current value for each device (such as a relay, pilot light, solenoid, etc.)
connected to an output point on the module and estimate its percent of “on–time.” To
obtain the current values, check the device manufacturer’s documentation or an electronics
catalog. The percent of on–time can be estimated by someone familiar with how the
equipment operates or will operate.
D
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.
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D
Repeat for all outputs on the module. To save time, you could determine if several outputs
were similar in current draw and on–time so that you would only have to make their
calculation once.
D
Repeat these calculations for all Discrete Output modules in the rack.
Discrete Output Module Example:
The IC693MDL340 section of Chapter 7 lists the following for the IC693MDL340 16–Point
Discrete 120VAC Output Module:
Output Voltage Drop:
1.5 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. Therefore, since
both solenoids have equal current draws and on–times, our 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:
1.5
x 1.0 x 0.10 = 0.15 Watts per solenoid
Then multiply this result by 2 since we have two identical solenoids:
0.15 Watts x 2 Solenoids = 0.30 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 .05 Amps of current. Seven of the pilot lights are
on 100% of the time and seven are on an estimated 40%.
For the 7 lights that are on 100% of the time:
1.5 x .05 x 1.00 = 0.075 Watts per light
Then multiply this value by 7:
0..075 Watts x 7 lights = 0.525Watts total dissipation for the first 7 lights
For the 7 lights that are on 40% of the time:
1.5 x .05 x 0.40 = .03 Watts per light
Then multiply this value by 7:
.03 Watts x 7 lights = 0.21 Watts total dissipation for the other 7 lights
Adding up the individual calculations, we get:
0.30 + 0.525 + 0.21 = 1.035 Watts for the module’s total output
calculation
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F
Step 4: Input Calculations for Discrete Input or Combination Modules
A Discrete Input or Combination Module requires two calculations, one for the module’s
signal–level circuits, which was already done in Step 1, and one for the input circuits. Note that
the power dissipated by the input circuits comes from a separate power source, so are not
included in the figure used to calculate PLC power supply dissipation in Step 2. We will
assume that all input circuit power delivered to these modules is eventually dissipated as heat.
The procedure is (note that AC input modules have the additonal power factor constant in
their formula):
D
Find the value for the Input Current in the “Specifications” table for your Input or
Combination I/O module in Chapters 6 or 8.
D
For DC input modules, multiply the input voltage times the current value times the
estimated percent of on–time to arrive at average power dissipation for that DC input.
D
For AC input modules, multiply the input voltage times the current value times the
estimated percent of on–time times 0.10 (power factor constant) to arrive at average power
dissipation for that AC input.
D
Repeat for all inputs on the module. To save time, you could determine if several inputs
were similar in current draw and on–time so that you would only have to make their
calculation once.
D
Repeat these calculations for all Discrete Input modules in the rack.
Discrete AC Input Module Example:
(Note the use of the power factor constant in the calculation for this AC input module.
The power factor constant is only used for AC input module calculations.)
The “Specifications” table for the IC693MDL240 16–Point Discrete 120 VAC Input Module in
Chapter 6 gives the following information:
Input Current:
12 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 x 0.10 power factor constant:
120 x .012 x 1.0 x 0.10 = 0.144 Watts per input
Then multiply this result by 8:
0.144 Watts x 8 inputs = 1.152 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 and pump. Therefore, their
effect on our power calculation is negligible and we will assume a power dissipation of zero for
them:
0.0 Watts total for 2 inputs
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For the remaining six inputs of our 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 x 0.10 power factor constant:
120 x .012 x 0.20 x 0.10 = 0.0288 Watts per input
Then, multiply this result by the number of inputs (6):
0.0288 Watts x 6 inputs = 0.1728 Watts total for the 6 inputs
Finally, adding up the individual calculations, we get:
1.152 + 0.0 + 0.1728 = 1.3248 Watts for the module’s total input power
Step 5: Final Calculation
Once the individual power dissipations have been calculated, add them all to obtain total PLC
heat dissipation. Note that the PLC baseplate, 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 Series 90–30 rack has its own power
supply, each rack should be calculated on an individual basis. The following table summarizes
the final calculation:
Series 90–30 Rack Heat Dissipation Calculation Summary
Step
Description
1
Calculate total of dissipation values for all modules in the rack
2
Divide value obtained in Step 1 by 2 to obtain Power Supply value
3
Calculate total of all Output modules’ output dissipation values
4
Calculate total of all Input modules’ input dissipation values
5
Add the above four values to obtain the total dissipation of the rack
Value (Watts)
Other Information Related to Enclosure Sizing
The “Baseplates” chapter of this manual contains rack dimensions and minimum ventilation
clearance distances required around the racks. The “Cables” chapter contains clearance
dimensions for cables that mount on the front of modules.
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F-5
Index
Numbers
32–Point modules
figure, 5-5, 5-6
installation, 2-21
installing, 2-19
TBQC, D-11
A
AC/DC high capacity power supply
illustration of, 4-4
overvoltage protection devices, 2-39
specifications, 4-5
AC/DC power supplies
overcurrent protection, 4-22
status indicators, 4-20
timing diagram, 4-22
AC/DC standard power supply
ac power source connections, 4-5
dc power source connections, 4-5
illustration of, 4-2
overvoltage protection devices, 2-39, 4-5,
4-20
specifications, 4-3
Adapter bracket for 10–slot baseplate, 2-10,
3-22
Analog combo module
%I status information, 12-15
block diagram, 12-11
configuration
with Logicmaster 90-30, 12-13
with the hand-held programmer, 12-24
configuration parameters, 12-12
current operation, 12-4
E2 COMMREQ, 12-20
input ranges, 12-1
LEDs, 12-7
location in system, 12-7
output modes, 12-6
output ranges, 12-1
power requirements, 12-7
ramp mode operation, 12-18
references used, 12-8
specifications, 12-2
status reporting, 12-7
terminal pin assignments, 12-9
values from CPU to module for output
channels, 12-17
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voltage operation, 12-4
wiring diagram, 12-10
Analog current/voltage output module, status
reporting, 11-16
Analog I/O modules, 1-1
Wiring methods, 2-25
Analog input block diagram, typical, 9-5
Analog modules
16-channel current input, 10-27
16-channel voltage input, 10-9
2-channel current output, 11-5
2-channel voltage output, 11-1
4-channel voltage input, 10-1
4-channel current input, 10-5
8-channel current/voltage input, 11-11
analog combo module, 12-1
block diagram
16-channel voltage input, 10-16, 11-30
16-channel current input, 10-42
2-channel current output, 11-8
2-channel voltage output, 11-3
4-channel current input, 10-7
4-channel voltage input, 10-3
8-channel current/voltage output, 11-30
analog combo module, 12-11
common mode voltage, 9-5
CPU interface, 9-6, 10-11, 10-29, 11-13,
12-7
differential inputs, 9-4
equation values, 9-7
field wiring, 9-11
hardware description, 9-4
load requirements, 9-4
outputs, 9-6
performance measures, 9-10
placement of A/D and D/A bits within the
data tables, 9-8, 10-11, 10-29
scaling, 9-10
shielding for analog input modules, 2-26
stair step effect of output, 9-9
Analog output block diagram, typical, 9-6
Analog terminology, 9-4
Analog terms, definition of, A-1
Appendices
Series 90–30 heat dissipation, F-1
Terminal Block Quick Connect, D-1
Appendix
analog terms, A-1
product agency approvals, standards, general specifications, B-1
Index-1
Index
B
Backplane
Baseplate, 3-14
Definition, 3-3
Backup battery, 4-24
Baseplate adapter bracket
for 10–slot baseplate, 2-10, 3-22
installation, 2-11, 3-22
Baseplate installation, 3-18
mounting requirements, model
311/313/323, 3-18
Baseplate, remote, figure, 3-10
Baseplate
adapter bracket, 2-10, 3-22
Common features, 3-1
Comparison table, 3-24
dimensions for mounting, 10-slot, 3-20
dimensions for mounting, 5-slot, 3-18
Embedded CPU dimensions, 3-18
Expansion and Remote in same system,
3-13
expansion dimensions, 3-19
Expansion, features, 3-8
Grounding, 2-14
Modular CPU dimensions, 3-19
Mounting, 2-10
Mounting dimensions, 3-18
mounting in 19” rack, 2-11, 3-23
power supply location, 4-2
remote 10-slot, 3-11
remote 5–slot, 3-10
remote dimensions, 3-19
Remote, features, 3-10
Serial number location, 3-2
Sizes, 3-2
Terminology, 3-3
Types, 3-1
Baseplates, dimensions for mounting, 10-slot,
3-19
Battery, Memory backup, 4-24
Blown fuse status, output modules, 1-2
Bracket, adapter, 2-10, 3-22
C
Cable
32–point I/O, C-16, C-19
Building 32–point, C-28
Index-2
Extension for I/O module, C-13
I/O bus expansion, C-2
I/O for 32–point modules, C-15
I/O interface, C-23, C-26
Cable for Series 90-30 installations
extension cable for 32 point modules,
C-13, C-23, C-31
I/O cable for 32 point modules, C-15
I/O interface cable for 32 point I/O modules, C-16, C-19, C-26
wye cable wiring diagram, earlier version
baseplates, C-9
Cable for Series 90-30 Installations, shield
treatment, C-6
Cables
building I/O Bus Expansion, C-2
I/O Expansion Bus, 3-12
replacing obsolete TBQC, D-3
TBQC, D-3
TBQC 32–point
cross–reference, D-12
current rating, D-12
Calculations for power supply loads, examples, 4-28
Catalog number location, Baseplate, 3-2
Catalog numbers, I/O modules
IC693ACC300, 6-17
IC693ALG220, 10-1
IC693ALG221, 10-5
IC693ALG222, 10-9
IC693ALG223, 10-27
IC693ALG390, 11-1
IC693ALG391, 11-5
IC693ALG392, 11-11
IC693ALG442, 12-1
IC693DVM300, 7-1
IC693MAR590, 8-1
IC693MDL230, 6-1
IC693MDL231, 6-3
IC693MDL240, 6-5
IC693MDL241, 6-7
IC693MDL310, 7-4
IC693MDL330, 7-6
IC693MDL340, 7-8
IC693MDL390, 7-10
IC693MDL632, 6-9
IC693MDL634, 6-11
IC693MDL645, 6-13
IC693MDL646, 6-15
IC693MDL653, 6-19
IC693MDL654, 6-21
IC693MDL655, 6-26
IC693MDL730, 7-12
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IC693MDL731, 7-15
IC693MDL732, 7-18
IC693MDL733, 7-20
IC693MDL734, 7-22
IC693MDL740, 7-24
IC693MDL741, 7-26
IC693MDL742, 7-28
IC693MDL750, 7-39
IC693MDL751, 7-41
IC693MDL752, 7-43
IC693MDL753, 7-49
IC693MDL930, 7-30
IC693MDL931, 7-33
IC693MDL940, 7-36
IC693MDR390, 8-5
CIMPLICITY Control programming software, 10-18, 10-31, 11-21, 12-13
Clearance requirements, PLC rack, 2-2
Color coding, Wires, 2-17
Combination I/O modules
120 vac in, relay out, 8-1
24 vdc in, relay out, 8-5
analog, 4 inputs/2 outputs, 12-1
COMMREQ, E2, 12-20
command block, 12-20
Configuration parameters, list of
analog combo module, 12-12
analog current input, 16-channel, 10-33
analog current/voltage output, 8-channel,
11-20
analog voltage input, 16-channel, 10-20
Configuration with HHP
16-channel analog current input, 10-35
16-channel analog voltage input, 10-22
8-channel analog current/voltage output,
11-25
analog combo module, 12-24
Configuration with Logicmaster 90-30
16-channel analog voltage input, 10-18
16-channel analog current input, 10-31
8-channel analog current/voltage output,
11-21
analog combo module, 12-13
Conformance to standards, 2-1
Connections, to high-density discrete I/O
modules, 1-3
Connector, serial port, 4-23
CPU
models, 1-1
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serial port connector, 4-23
CPU baseplate
Defined, 3-3
Embedded, 3-4
Modular, 3-6
Types, 3-4
Current draw, module, 4-25
Current input, analog
16-channel, 10-27
4-channel, 10-5
Current output, analog, 2-channel, 11-5
Current/voltage Output, analog, 8-channel,
11-11
Customer service, telephone number, 2-1
D
DC high capacity power supply
5 vdc current derating diagram, 4-14, 4-17
calculating input power requirements,
4-15, 4-18
capacities, 4-13, 4-16
illustration of, 4-13
output voltages to backplane, 4-21
specifications, 4-14, 4-17
DC power supply
dc power connections, 4-19
input power requirements, calculating, 4-8,
4-11, 4-15, 4-18
isolated +24 vdc supply connections, 4-6,
4-19
overcurrent protection, 4-22
specifications, 4-8, 4-11
status indicators, 4-20
timing diagram, 4-22
DC power supply (24/48 VDC), illustration
of, 4-7
DC power supply (48 VDC), illustration of,
4-10
Definition of analog terms, A-1
Definition of positive and negative logic for
I/O modules, 5-7
Diagram, timing, 4-22
Differential inputs, 9-4
Discrete I/O modules, 1-1
DOIO, instruction, 13-4
E
E2 COMMREQ, 12-20
Index-3
Index
E2 COMMREQ example, 12-21
Embedded CPU baseplates, 3-4
Features (figure), 3-5
Equation values for analog modules, 9-7
Expansion
baseplates, 3-8
bus termination, 3-13, C-5
extension cables, description of, C-13,
C-23, C-31
port pin assignments, C-5
Expansion baseplate
defined, 3-3
IC693CHS392 figure, 3-9
IC693CHS398 figure, 3-8
Expansion system
example, 3-16
remote connections, 3-17, C-12
Extension cables, I/O, C-13, C-23, C-31
F
Faceplate, I/O, TBQC, D-3
Fax Link system, 13-9
Field wiring, to AC/DC power supplies, 2-38
Field wiring connections
IC693ALG220, 10-4
IC693ALG221, 10-8
IC693ALG222, 10-13
IC693ALG223, 10-39
IC693ALG390, 11-4
IC693ALG392, 11-14
IC693ALG442, 12-9
IC693MAR590, 8-3
IC693MDL230, 6-2
IC693MDL231, 6-4
IC693MDL240, 6-6
IC693MDL241, 6-8
IC693MDL310, 7-5
IC693MDL330, 7-7
IC693MDL340, 7-9
IC693MDL390, 7-11
IC693MDL632, 6-10
IC693MDL634, 6-12
IC693MDL645, 6-14
IC693MDL646, 6-16
IC693MDL653, 6-20
IC693MDL654, 6-23
IC693MDL655, 6-28
IC693MDL730, 7-13
Index-4
IC693MDL731, 7-16
IC693MDL732, 7-19
IC693MDL733, 7-21
IC693MDL734, 7-23
IC693MDL740, 7-25
IC693MDL741, 7-27
IC693MDL742, 7-29
IC693MDL750, 7-40
IC693MDL751, 7-42
IC693MDL752, 7-45
IC693MDL753, 7-51
IC693MDL930, 7-31
IC693MDL931, 7-34
IC693MDL940, 7-37
IC693MDR390, 8-7
to dc input power supply, 4-19
to standard ac/dc power supply, 4-5
Field wiring work sheet
IC693MDL654, 6-24
IC693MDL655, 6-29
IC693MDL752, 7-47
IC693MDL753, 7-52
Floating neutral (IT) systems, 2-40
Fuse, table of, 13-6
G
Ground conductor installation, 2-13
Ground connections
equipment, 2-14
programming device, 2-15
safety and reference, 2-14
shield ground, 2-16
Grounding procedures, 2-13
Baseplate, 2-14
Module shield, 2-16
System, 2-13
Grounding prodecures, Programmer, 2-15
Guide to page location for:
analog I/O module specifications, 9-1
discrete I/O module specifications, 5-1
H
Hardware, load requirements, 4-25
Hardware description, analog modules, 9-4
Heat, dissipation calculations, F-1
Heat dissipation, calculating, F-1
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Help, from GE Fanuc, 13-9
Help, Technical, phone numbers, 13-9
High capacity AC/DC power supply
illustration of, 4-4
overvoltage protection devices, 2-39
specifications, 4-5
High capacity DC power supply, specifications, 4-14, 4-17
High Capacity DC power supply (12 VDC),
illustration of, 4-16
High Capacity DC power supply (24 VDC),
illustration of, 4-13
Horner Electric, Inc., 1-4, E-2
modules, ordering, 1-4
telephone number, 1-4
Hotline, technical support, 13-9
Hotline, PLC, 2-1
I
I/O bus expansion cable
description of, C-2
I/O bus terminator plug requirements, C-3
maximum cable distance, C-3
maximum number in system, C-3
I/O Bus Expansion cables
Application examples, C-11
building, C-2
wiring diagrams, C-8
I/O bus termination information, C-11
I/O cables for 32-point modules, C-15
I/O expansion
bus termination, 3-13, C-5
system connections, C-11
I/O Expansion Bus cables, 3-12
I/O faceplate, TBQC, D-3
I/O interface cables, for 32-point modules,
C-16, C-19, C-26
I/O module
example of, 1-2
Figure, standard density, 5-4
I/O module specifications, 5-1
12/24 vdc 0.5A positive logic out, 32 pts.,
7-49
12/24 vdc negative logic out, 0.5 amp, 16
pts., 7-26
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12/24 vdc negative logic out, 0.5 amp, 8
pts., 7-20
12/24 vdc negative logic out, 2 amp, 8 pts.,
7-15
12/24 vdc negative logic out, 32 pts., 7-39
12/24 vdc pos. logic escp out, 1 amp, 16
pts., 7-28
12/24 vdc positive logic out, 0.5 amp, 16
pts., 7-24
12/24 vdc positive logic out, 0.5 amp, 8
pts., 7-18
12/24 vdc positive logic out, 2 amp, 8 pts.,
7-12
12/24 vdc positive logic out, 32 pts., 7-41
120 vac in, 16 pts., 6-5
120 vac in/relay out, 8 in/8 out, 8-1
120 vac isolated in, 8 pts., 6-1
120 vac out, 0.5 amp, 12 pts., 7-4
120 vac out, 0.5 amp, 16 pts., 7-8
120/240 vac isolated out, 2 amp, 5 pts.,
7-10
120/240 vac out, 2 amp, 8 pts., 7-6
125 vdc pos/neg logic in, 8 pts., 6-9
125 vdc pos/neg logic out, 1 amp, 6 pts.,
7-22
24 vac or vdc pos/neg logic in, 16 pts., 6-7
24 vdc in/relay out, 8 in/8 out, 8-5
24 vdc pos/neg logic in, 16 pts., 6-13
24 vdc pos/neg logic in, 32 pts., 6-26
24 vdc pos/neg logic in, 8 pts., 6-11
24 vdc pos/neg logic in, FAST, 16 pts.,
6-15
24 vdc pos/neg logic,in, FAST, 32 pts.,
6-19
240 vac isolated in, 8 pts., 6-3
5/12 vdc (TTL) pos/neg logic in, 32 pts.,
6-21
5/24 vdc (TTL) negative logic out, 32 pts.,
7-43
analog combo module, 12-1
analog current in, 16 channel, 10-27
analog current in, 4 channel, 10-5
analog current out, 2 channel, 11-5
analog current/voltage out, 8 channel,
11-11
analog voltage in, 16 channel, 10-9
analog voltage in, 4 channel, 10-1
analog voltage out, 2 channel, 11-1
Input simulator, 8/16 pts., 6-17
isolated relay n.c. and form c out, 8 amp, 8
pts., 7-33
isolated relay n.o., 4 amp, 8 pts., 7-30
relay, n.o. out, 2 amp, 16 pts., 7-36
I/O Modules
32–point features, 5-5
Index-5
Index
50–pin, 32–point figure, 5-6
Analog features, 9-2
Standard density, 5-3
Analog I/O modules
general data, 9-1
Figure, 9-3
load requirements, 9-3
maximum number per system, 9-12
user references and current requirements,
9-12
user references available per system, 9-12
I/O modules
32–point figure, 5-5
32–point wiring figure, 2-20
blown fuse status for output modules, 1-2
circuit status leds, 1-2
color code for type, 1-3
discrete, 5-1
Horner Electric, Inc., 1-4
insert with wiring information, 1-2
inserting a module, 2-5
installing a terminal board, 2-7
load requirements, analog modules, 9-4
removing a module, 2-6
removing a terminal board, 2-8
terminal board, 1-3
types of, 1-1
wiring to modules, 2-18
I/O system, rack-type, 1-1
I/O terminal block
IC693ACC329, D-6
IC693ACC330, D-7
IC693ACC331, D-8
IC693ACC332, D-9
IC693ACC333, D-10
IC693ACC377, D-13
IC693ACC307, terminator, I/O bus, 2-44
IC693ACC308, baseplate adapter bracket,
2-10, 3-22
IC693ACC308 Bracket, 19” rack mounting,
2-11, 3-23
IC693ACC313 Bracket, recessed 19” rack
mount, 2-12, 3-23
IC693ACC329, TBQC, D-6
IC693ACC330, TBQC, D-7
IC693ACC331, TBQC, D-8
Index-6
IC693ACC334, TBQC faceplate, D-3
IC693ACC377, TBQC, D-13
IC693CBK002, cable kit, D-12
IC693CBK002/003/004, cable kits for
TBQC, C-32
IC693CBK003, D-12
IC693CBK004, D-12
IC693CBL300, Cable, I/O Bus Expansion,
C-2
IC693CBL301, Cable, I/O Bus Expansion,
C-2
IC693CBL302, Cable, I/O Bus Expansion,
C-2
IC693CBL306, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-13
IC693CBL307, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-13
IC693CBL308, Cable, 32-point I/O, C-15
IC693CBL309, Cable, 32-point I/O, C-15
IC693CBL310, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-16
IC693CBL312, Cable, I/O Bus Expansion,
C-2
IC693CBL313, Cable, I/O Bus Expansion,
C-2
IC693CBL314, Cable, I/O Bus Expansion,
C-2
IC693CBL315, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-19
IC693CBL321, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-23
IC693CBL322, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-23
IC693CBL323, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-23
IC693CBL327, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-26
IC693CBL328, Cable, 32–point I/O, C-26
IC693CBL329, D-12
Data sheet, C-31
IC693CBL330, D-12
IC693CBL330, Data sheet, C-31
IC693CBL331, D-12
Data sheet, C-31
IC693CBL332, D-12
Data sheet, C-31
IC693CBL333, D-12
Data sheet, C-31
IC693ACC332, TBQC, D-9
IC693CBL334, D-12
Data sheet, C-31
IC693ACC333, D-10
IC693CHS392, figure, 3-9
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IC693CHS393
figure, 3-11
remote baseplate, 3-11
IC693CHS398, figure, 3-8
IC693CHS399, figure, 3-10
IC693CPU311, figure, 3-5
IC693CPU313 figure, 3-5
IC693CPU323, figure, 3-5
IC693DVM300
connections, 7-3
module drawing, 7-1
specifications table, 7-2
valve driver module, 7-1
Installation
32–Point modules, 2-21
baseplate adapter bracket, 2-10, 3-22
baseplate, model 311/313, 3-18
baseplate, model 323, 3-19
Basic procedure, 2-43
grounding procedures, 2-13
I/O expansion system, C-11
load requirements for analog I/O modules,
9-3
load requirements for components, 4-25
remote expansion system, 3-17, C-12
Installing, I/O Module Term Board, 2-7
Instructions for floating neutral (IT) systems,
2-40
IC693PWR321, power supply, 4-2
Internet, GE Fanuc site, 13-9
IC693PWR322, power supply, 4-7
Interposing terminal blocks, 2-19, D-2, D-11
IC693PWR328, power supply, 4-10
IC693PWR330, power supply, 4-4
IC693PWR331, power supply, 4-13
IC693PWR332, power supply, 4-16
Indicator lights
relating to I/O terminals, 13-1
see LED indicators also, 13-2
Input modules
120 vac isolated, 8 pts., 6-1
120 vac, 16 pts., 6-5
125 vdc pos/neg logic, 8 pts., 6-9
24 vac or vdc pos/neg logic, 16 pts., 6-7
24 vdc pos/neg logic, 16 pts., 6-13
24 vdc pos/neg logic, 32 pts., 6-26
24 vdc pos/neg logic, 8 pts., 6-11
24 vdc pos/neg logic, FAST, 16 pts., 6-15
24 vdc pos/neg logic, FAST, 32 pts., 6-19
240 vac isolated, 8 pts., 6-3
5/12 vdc, 32 pts., 6-21
analog combo, 12-1
analog current, 16 channel, 10-27
analog current, 4 channel, 10-5
analog voltage, 16 channel, 10-9
analog voltage, 4 channel, 10-1
input simulator, 8/16 pts., 6-17
negative logic, 5-8
positive logic, 5-7
Input/Output module, combination
120 vac in/relay out, 8/8, 8-1
24 vdc in/relay out, 8/8, 8-5
Inspection, new system, 2-1
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J
Jumper strap for overvoltage protection devices, 4-6, 4-21
K
Key, CPU, replacement, 13-7
Kits, spare parts, mechanical, 13-7
L
Layout PLC system, good layout benefits,
2-2
Layout, PLC, figure, 2-3
Layout, PLC system, guidelines, 2-2
LED indicators
CPU, 13-3
Input modules, 13-2
Option modules, 13-3
Output modules, 13-2
power supplies, 4-20
relating to terminal board, 13-1
LEDs
analog combo, 12-7
current input module, 16 ch, 10-27
current input module, 4 ch, 10-6
current output module, 2 ch, 11-7
current/voltage output module, 8 ch, 11-16
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Index
on discrete modules, 1-2
voltage input module, 16 ch, 10-9
voltage input module, 4 ch, 10-2
voltage output module, 2 ch, 11-2
List of fuses, 13-6
Lithium battery, 4-24
Load capacity, power supply, 4-25
Load current limitations
IC693MAR590, 8-2
IC693MDL930, 7-32
IC693MDL931, 7-35
IC693MDL940, 7-38
IC693MDR390, 8-6
Load requirements
analog I/O modules, 9-3, 9-4
hardware, 4-25
sample calculations, 4-28
table of, 4-26, 9-4
Local expansion system, example, point-topoint wiring, C-8
Location, rack, 2-2
Low battery warning, 4-24
M
Maintenance, preventive, table, 13-8
Making a 100% shielded cable, C-7
Mechanical spare parts kits, 13-7
Model 30 I/O, module types, 1-1
Model 30 I/O modules, terminal board, 1-3
Module, fuse list, 13-6
Module features figure, 2-4
Module load requirements, table, 4-26
Number of baseplates per system, system
controlled by PC, 1-1
O
Option modules, personal computer interface
card, E-1
Output module fuses, 13-6
Output modules
12/24 vdc negative logic, 16 pts., 7-26
12/24 vdc negative logic, 32 pts., 7-39
12/24 vdc negative logic, 8 pts., 7-15, 7-20
12/24 vdc positive logic escp, 16 pts., 7-28
12/24 vdc positive logic, 16 pts., 7-24
12/24 vdc positive logic, 32 pts., 7-41
12/24 vdc positive logic, 8 pts., 7-12, 7-18
12/24 vdc, 0.5A positive logic, 32 pts.,
7-49
120 vac, 12 pts., 7-4
120 vac, 8 pts., 7-8
120/240 vac isolated, 5 pts., 7-10
120/240 vac, 8 pts., 7-6
125 vdc positive/negative logic, 6 pts.,
7-22
5/24 vdc (TTL) neg logic, 32 pts., 7-43
analog combo, 12-1
analog current, 2 channel, 11-5
analog current/voltage, 8 channel, 11-11
analog voltage, 2 channel, 11-1
isolated relay n.c. and form c, 8 pts., 7-33
isolated relay n.o., 8 pts., 7-30
negative logic, 5-8
positive logic, 5-7
relay n.o., 2 amp, 16 pts., 7-36
Overvoltage protection devices, 4-5, 4-20
jumper strap installation, 2-39
P
Module location, Defined, 3-3
Parts kits, mechanical, spare, 13-7
Module retention in slot, 1-2
PCIF/PCIF2, description, E-1
Modules, replacing, 13-5
Personal Computer Interface, Data sheet, E-1
Mounting, Baseplates, 2-10
PLC customer service, 2-1
PLC hotline, 2-1
N
Index-8
Positive and negative logic definitions, 5-7
Positive logic - input modules, 5-7
Negative logic - input modules, 5-8
Positive logic - output modules, 5-7
Negative logic - output modules, 5-8
Posts, terminal board, 2-9
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Power requirements, analog combo, 12-7
Power Supply, DC input only, 4-7
Power supply
+24 vdc output connections, 2-42
24/48 VDC input, 4-7
48 VDC input, 4-10
ac power source connections, 2-38
AC/DC input, 4-2
Backup battery, location, 4-24
Feature comparison, 4-1
field wiring to DC input supply, 4-19
field wiring to standard AC/DC supply,
2-38, 4-5
high capacity 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC,
4-4
high capacity 24 VDC input, 4-13
isolated +24 vdc supply connections, 4-6,
4-19
load calculation, 4-25
load capacity, 4-25
load ratings, 3-21
location in baseplate, 4-2
mounting orientation, 3-21
serial port connector, location of, 4-23
standard 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC, 4-2
temperature, 3-21
Power supply capacities
dc supply, 4-7, 4-10, 4-13, 4-16
high capacity AC/DC supply, 4-4
standard AC/DC supply, 4-2
Power supply output voltages, 4-21
Power Supply slot, 3-3
Power supply specifications
dc supply, 4-8, 4-11
high capacity ac/dc supply, 4-5
high capacity dc supply, 4-14, 4-17
standard ac/dc supply, 4-3
Power supply, 12 VDC input, illustration of,
4-16
Powering down, Expansion and remote racks,
3-13
Quick connect terminal block, D-2
R
Rack, Definition, 3-3
Rack number, Selection switch, 3-14
RAM memory backup battery, 4-24
Ramp mode
error handling, 12-19
selecting, 12-18
setting, 12-18
References, analog combo, 12-8
Relay module, input/output
120 vac input, n.o. relay output, 8-1
24 vdc input, n.o. relay output, 8-5
Relay module, output
2 amp, n.o., 7-36
4 amp, isolated. n.o., 7-30
8 amp, isolated, n.c. and form c, 7-33
Remote, baseplates, 3-10
Remote baseplate
10–slot, 3-11
Defined, 3-3
IC693CHS399, 3-10
Remote baseplates, Features, 3-10
Remote expansion system
connections, 3-17, C-12
example of using wye cables, C-10
example, point-to-point wiring, applications requiring less noise immunity,
C-8
wye cable wiring diagram, earlier version
baseplates, C-9
Replacing modules, 13-5
RS-485 compatible serial port, 4-23
S
Preinstallation check, 2-1
SER, instruction, 13-4
Preventive maintenance, table, 13-8
Serial number
Baseplates, 3-2
locating on modules, 2-4
Product support
customer service, 2-1
technical help, 2-1
Protection devices, overvoltage, 2-39, 4-5,
4-20
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Serial numbers, recording, 2-1
Serial port connector
on power supply, 4-23
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Index
when functional, 4-23
Series 90–30, 48 VDC supply, 4-10
Series 90–30 PLC
backplane, 3-14
baseplate installation, 3-18
recording serial numbers, 2-1
visual inspection of new system, 2-1
Series 90–30 power supply, 12 VDC input,
4-16
Series 90-30
125 vdc supply, 4-2, 4-4
24/48 VDC supply, 4-7
high capacity 24 VDC supply, 4-13
high capacity ac/dc supply, 4-4
I/O module, example of, 1-2
I/O system, 1-1
power supplies, 4-2, 4-4
standard ac/dc supply, 4-2
Shield grounding, general information, 2-16
Shield treatment, cables, C-6
Shielded cable, making a, C-7
Slot number, Defined, 3-3
Smart modules, 1-4
SNP port connection, 4-23
Spare parts, kits, 13-7
Spare parts kits, mechanical, 13-7
Specifications
12 VDC input supply specs., 4-17
12/24 vdc negative logic 0.5 amp output
module, 16 points, 7-26
12/24 vdc negative logic 0.5 amp output
module, 8 points, 7-20
12/24 vdc negative logic 2 amp output
module, 7-15
12/24 vdc negative logic 32 point output
module, 7-39
12/24 vdc positive logic 0.5 amp output
module, 16 points, 7-24
12/24 vdc positive logic 0.5 amp output
module, 8 points, 7-18
12/24 vdc positive logic 2 amp output
module, 7-12
12/24 vdc positive logic 32 point output
module, 7-41
12/24 vdc positive logic escp 1 amp output
module, 16 points, 7-28
12/24 vdc, 0.5A pos logic 32 point output
module, 7-50
120 vac input module, 6-5
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120 vac input/relay output module, 8-2
120 vac isolated input module, 6-1
120 vac output, 0.5 amp module, 12 points,
7-4
120 vac output, 0.5 amp module, 16 point,
7-8
120/240 vac Isolated output modules, 7-10
120/240 vac output, 2 amp module, 7-6
125 vdc pos/neg logic 2 amp output module, 7-22
125 vdc pos/neg logic input module, 6-9
24 vac or vdc pos/neg logic input module,
6-7
24 vdc high capacity power supply, 4-14
24 vdc input/relay output module, 8-6
24 vdc pos/neg logic input FAST module,
16 points, 6-15
24 vdc pos/neg logic input module, 6-11,
6-13
24 vdc pos/neg logic, 32 point input module (24-pin connector), 6-27
24 vdc pos/neg logic, FAST 32 point input
module, 6-19
24/48 vdc power supply, 4-8
240 vac isolated input module, 6-3
48 vdc power supply, 4-11
5/12 vdc (TTL) pos/neg logic, 32 point input module, 6-22
5/24 vdc (TTL) negative logic 32 point
output module, 7-44
analog combo module, 12-2
analog current input module, 4 channel,
10-6
analog current output module, 2 channel,
11-7
analog voltage input module, 4 channel,
10-3
analog voltage output module, 2 channel,
11-2
high capacity ac/dc power supply, 4-5
input simulator module, 6-17
relay output, 2 amp module, 7-36
relay output, 4 amp module, 7-30
relay output, n.c. and form C, 8 amp module, 7-33
standard ac/dc power supply, 4-3
Standard AC/DC power supply
ac power source connections, 4-5
dc power source connections, 4-5
illustration of, 4-2
overvoltage protection devices, 4-5, 4-20
specifications, 4-3
Status reporting
analog combo module, 12-7
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analog current/voltage output module,
11-16
T
TBQC. See Terminal Block Quick Connect
TBQC selection
for 16–point modules, 2-23
for 32–point modules, 2-22, 2-24
Technical support telephone number, 2-1
U
Universal terminal board, 1-3
V
Telephone numbers
Customer Service, 2-1
GE Fanuc help, 2-1, 13-9
Horner Electric, 1-4
Visual inspection of new system, 2-1
Terminal assignments
16-ch current input module, 10-39
16-ch voltage input module, 10-13
8-ch current/voltage output module, 11-14
analog combo module, 12-9
Voltage output, analog, 2-channel, 11-1
Terminal block, selection guide, 2-22
Warranty claims, 2-1
Terminal Block Quick Connect, D-1
32–point cables, D-12
cables, D-3
cables and kits, C-32
for 32–point modules, D-11
I/O face plate, D-3
installation, D-3
terminal blocks, D-2, D-11
Web site, GE Fanuc, 13-9
Terminal Block Quick Connect, for 16–Point
modules, 2-19
Terminal blocks, interposing, D-2, D-11
Terminal board
connecting to, 2-18
Installing, 2-7
posts, 2-9
Removing, 2-8
With holding screws, 2-9, 7-14, 7-17
Terminal board, I/O, detachable, 1-3
Termination, I/O bus, C-11
Terminator, I/O bus, installing, 2-44
Terminology, analog, 9-4
Terms, analog, definition of, A-1
Third party I/O modules, 1-4
Timing diagram, 4-22
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features of hardware, 13-1
using software, 13-3
Voltage input, analog
16-channel, 10-9
4-channel, 10-1
W
Weidmuller, 912263 terminal block, 2-19
Wiedemuller terminal block, #912263, 2-22
Wire size, power supply wiring, 2-38
Wiring
Color coding, 2-17
General guidelines, 2-17
I/O modules, 2-18
Power supplies, 2-38
Routing wires, 2-17
Wiring methods, Analog I/O modules, 2-25
Wiring practices, 9-4
Work sheet for field wiring
IC693MDL654, 6-24
IC693MDL655, 6-29
IC693MDL752, 7-47
IC693MDL753, 7-52
WYE cable
wiring diagram for current remote baseplates, C-10
wiring diagram for earlier version baseplates, C-9
wiring diagram, remote system, C-10
wiring diagram, remote system (for earlier
version baseplates), C-9
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