Series Five I/O Module Specifications
GE Fanuc Automation
Programmable Control Products
Series Five TM
Programmable
Controller
l/O Module Specifications
GFK4123A
October; 1989
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Included
modules
include
updated
manual
in this manual is the information required to install, interface to,and wire the Input and Output
for the Series Five Programmable Logic Controller. I/O Modules available as of this printing
discrete input and output, and analog input and output. The contents of this manual will be
periodically to add new modules as they are made available. The modules included in this
are presented in sequential order by catalog number.
There are two sections in this manual. Section I describes the features that are common to all of the
modules, including physical appearance, environmental information, and assignment of I/O references.
Section 2 contains specific information for each module, including a basic description of the module,
specifications for the module, and an illustration which provides wiring and interface information.
Revision Information
This manual is a revision to the previous version, which was dated March, 1988. Information
added for the following new modules:
1. IC655MDL503
- 24 VDC Input, Positive/Negative
logic, 64 Points
2. IC655MDL524
- Input Simulator,
3. IC655MDL527
4. IC655MDL533
- 115/230 VAC Isolated Input, 16 points
- 5/12 VDC TTL Input, Positive/Negative
5. IC655MDL586
6. IC655MDL593
- Isolated Relay Output, 16 Points.
- 5/12 VDC ‘ITL Output, Positive logic, 64 Points.
7. IC655ALG567
- Analog Output, 2 Channel, -10 to +lO V
16 or 32 points
logic, 64 Points.
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in tables has been updated to reflect the new modules.
Calibration procedures have been revised for Analog modules.
Required FCC and Canadian notes concerning Radio Frequency
Interference
(RFI) added.
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The Series Five Programmable Logic Controller and its associated modules have been tested and found
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Section
Section
1.
2.
General I/O Information
Introduction
Series Five I/O Modules
General Specifications
Summary of I/O Module Power Consumption
I/O Module Features
I/O Module - Wiring to Terminal Block
I/O Module - Wiring to Connectors
I/O Module Keying
Diagnostic Keying Check
Terminal Block for Field Wiring (16 and 32 Point
Modules)
Connector for Field Wiring to 64 Point Modules.
Faceplate
Status Indicators
I/O Module Starting Address Display
Series Five I/O Module Installation
Assigning References to I/O Modules
Assigning Base Unit ID Numbers
Fuses for Output Modules
Ring and Spade Lugs
I/O Module Installation Procedures
Field Wiring Considerations
Terminal Block Extender
Module Specifications
Quick Guide to Location of Module Specifications
24 VDC Input, Neg. Logic, IC655MDL501
24 VDC Input, Neg. Logic, 32 Circuits - IC655MDL502
24 VDC Input, Pos./Neg. Logic, 64 Circuits IC655MDL503
24 VAC/DC Is01 Input, Positive Logic, IC655MDL511
24 VAC/DC Input, Positive Logic, IC655MDL5 12
Input Simulator, IC655MDL524
115/230 VAC Input, IC655MDL525
115 VAC Input, IC655MDL526
115/230 VAC Isolated Input, IC655MDL527
5/12 VDC ‘ITL Input, Pos./Neg. Logic, 64 Circuits IC655MDL533
24 VDC Output Negative Logic, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits IC655MDL55 1
24 VDC Output Negative Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32 Circuits IC655MDL552
24 VDC Output Positive Logic, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits IC655MDL555
24 VDC Output Positive Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32Circuits IC655MDL556
115/230 VAC Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits IC655MDL575
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MODULE
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1 U/230 VAC Isolated Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits IC655MDL576
115/230 VAC Output, 1 Amp - 32 Circuits IC655MDL577
Relay Output, 2 Amp, 16 Circuits - IC655MDL580
Relay Output, 2 Amp, 32 Circuits - IC655MDL581
Isolated Relay Output, 2 Amp, 16 Circuits IC655MDL586
5/12 VDC TTL Output Positive Logic, 64 Circuits IC655MDL593
8 Channel Analog Input - IC655ALG516
2 Channel Analog Output - IC655ALG566
2 Channel Analog Output - IC655ALG567
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Typical I/O Module with Removable Terminal Block
Typical I/O Module with Connectors
I/O Module Terminal Block Key Location Chart
Reading I/O Module Starting Address on LEDs
Example of Base Unit Identification Switch Settings
Mounting the Terminal Block Extender
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL501
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDLSOl
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL502
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL502
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL503
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL503
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL511
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL511
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL512
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL512
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL524
Input Simulator - IC655MDL524
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL525
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL525
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL526
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL526
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL527
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL527
Input Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL533
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL533
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL551
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL551
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL552
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL552
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL555
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL555
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL556
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL556
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL575
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL575
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL576
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL576
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL577
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL577
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL580
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL580
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL581
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL581
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL586
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL586
Output Points vs. Temperature for IC655MDL593
Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL593
Analog Conversion Time
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Example of Analog Sample Time
Analog Input User Items
Analog Input Module Logic Diagram
Recommended Connections for +24 VDC Power Source
Single Ended Voltage Input - Typical Connections
Differential Voltage Input - Typical Connections
4 to 20 MA Self Powered Input Source - Typical
Connections
4 to 20 MA Wire Transmitter (Requires External Power) Typical Connections
Location of Components Used for Calibration
Sine Wave Input for Common Mode Adjustment
Analog Output Module (0 to +lOV or 4 to 20 mA) User
Items
Logic Diagram for Analog Output Module - IC655ALG566
Recommended Connections for +24 VDC Power Source
Location of User Items for Module Calibration
Analog Output Module (-10 to +lO V) User Items
Logic Diagram for Analog Output Module - IC655ALG567
Recommended Connections for +24 VDC Power Source
Field Wiring Connections for IC655ALG567
Location of User Items for Module Calibration
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Table
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Series Five I/O Modules
I/O Module General Specifications
Summary of I/O Module Power Consumption
Fuses for Output Modules
Recommended Lugs for Field Wiring Connections
Guide to Location of I/O Module Specifications
Specificatioils for 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic - 16
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for 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic - 32
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64 Circuits
Specifications
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for 24 VAC/DC Isolated Input, Positive Logic
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Input Simulator, 16 or 32 Points
115/230 VAC Input - 16 Circuits
115 VAC Input - 32 Circuits
115/230 VAC Isolated Input - 16 Circuits
5/12 VDC Input, Positive/Negative
Logic
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Specifications for 24 VDC Output, Negative Logic, 2 Amp,
16 Circuits
Specifications for 24 VDC Output, Negative Logic, 0.5
Amp - 32 Circuits
Specifications for 24 VDC Output, Positive Logic, 2 Amp 16 Circuits
Specifications for 24 VDC Out, Pos. Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32
Circuits
Specifications for 115/230 VAC Output, 2 Amp - 16
Circuits
Specifications for 115/230 VAC Isolated Output - 16
Circuits
Specifications for 115/230 VAC Output, 1 Amp - 32
Circuits
Specifications for Relay Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
Load Current Limitations
Specifications for Relay Output, 2 Amp - 32 Circuits
Load Current Limitations
Specifications for Isolated Relay Out - 16 Circuits
Load Current Limitations
Specifications for 5/12 VDC TTL Output Positive Logic 64 Circuits
Maximum Voltage - Current
Specifications for 8 Channel Analog Input - IC655ALG5 16
Input Range Selection
Conversion Time Selection
Value of Range Selection
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Specifications for 2 Channel Analog Output
Analog Output Data Fomat
Specifications for 2 Channel Analog Output, -10 to +lO V
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SECTION 1.
General I/O Information
Introduction
Series Five I/O modules are highly reliable modules which use the latest technology and manufacturing
practices. This section contains useful information which is common to all Series Five I/O modules.
Section 2 includes specifications for each module, information on how to connect field wiring to each
module, and a typical circuit for each module. Modules are listed alphanumerically by catalog number,
and grouped as discrete input and output modules followed by analog input and output modules.
Series Five I/O Modules
A list of Series Five I/O modules is provided in the following table. For current infomation
on
availability of I/O modules, consult your local GE Fanuc PLC distributor, or GE Fanuc sales office.
Table 1. Series Five I/O Modules
Catalog Number
Current/Voltage
Rating
Module Description
[email protected]
12VDC
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
n/a
8.4 mA @ 115 VAC
18 mA @ 230 VAC
14.5 mA @ 115 VAC
8.4 mA @ 115 VAC
18 mA @ 230 VAC
2.5 mA @ 5 VDC
7.5 mA @ 12 VDC
IC655MDLSOl
12 - 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic
IC655MDL502
IC655MDL503
IC655MDL511
12 - 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic
24 VDC Input, Positive/Negative Logic
24 - 48 VAC/DC Isolated Input, Positive Logic
IC655MDL512
IC655MDL524
IC655MDL525
12 - 24 VAC/DC Input, Positive Logic
Input Simulator
115/230 VAC Input
IC655MDL526
IC655MDL527
115 VAC Input
115/230 VAC Isolated Input
IC655MDL533
5 - 12 VDC TIL Input, Positive/Negative
IC655MDL55 1
IC655MDL552
IC655MDL555
IC655MDL556
IC655MDL575
IC655MDL576
IC655MDL577
IC655MDL580
IC655MDL58 1
IC655MDL586
IC655MDL593
12 - 24 VDC Output, Negative Logic
12 - 24 VDC Output, Negative Logic
12 - 24 VDC Output, Positive Logic
12 - 24 VDC Output, Positive Logic
115/230 VAC Output’
115/230 VAC Isolated Output
115/230 VAC Output
Relay Output, ..
Relay Output
Isolated Relay Output
5 - 12 VDC TIL Output, Positive Logic
2A
0.5A
2A
0.5A
2A
2A
1A
2,4 Resistive
2A Resistive
2A Resistive
[email protected]
14VDC
(current sinking)
IC655ALG516
Analog Input, 8 Channels
IC655ALG566
Analog Output, 2 Channels
IC655ALG567
AnaIog Output, 2 Channel
1 to 5 v, 0 to +lO v
-10 to + 10 v
4 to 20 mA
0 to +lO v
4 to 20 mA
-10 to +lO v
Logic
No. of Circuits
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64
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General Specifications
The following table provides a list of general specifications common to all of the Series Five I/O
modules.
For individual module specifications, refer to the module descriptions which are found in
Section 2.
Table 2. I/O Module General Specifications
Operating
0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F) (at outside of rack, no fans or
Temperature
forced air)
Storage Temperature
-20 to 70°C (-4 to 158’ F’)
Humidity
Environment
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
no corrosive gases
Dielectric withstand
Insulation Resistance
1500 VAC for one minute
>lO Mohms @ 500 VIX (between chassis and power
source)
Meets Agency Standards
Showering Arc Test
for:
NEMA ICS 2.230.40
Shock
Mil-std 810C method 516.2
JISsC 0911 11 B
Vibration
Mil-std 810C method 514.2
JIS.C 0912 10 G
Radio Frequency
Interference
FCC Class A, part 15, subpart J
Insulation resistance
Noise Immunity
Maximum Wire Size (With Terminal
Cover on and all wires connected)
1500 VAC Hipot
Sanki 1 mSec, 1 KV pulses
Block
One AWG #16 or Two AWG #18 with l/4” spade lugs.
Summary of I/O Module Power Consumption
The load requirements for Series Five I/O modules are listed in the following table. These load
requirements consist of the load placed on the internal +5 VDC power which is supplied by the power
supply installed in the base unit in which the modules are installed. Use this table to detetie
the total
current requirements for all I/O modules to be installed in a base unit, and as a guide for selecting the
power supply to be installed in a base unit.
The load of other modules that are installed in the base unit, e.g., CPU, Communications
other smart modules, must also be included in the total load calculation.
Control, or any
I/O Module Specifications
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Table 3. Summary of I/O Module Power Consumption
Supply Current (Milliamps)
Catalog Number
Module Description and Number of Circuits
Typical
Maximum
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IC655ALG5 16
IC655ALG566
IC655ALG567
IC655BEM500
IC655BEM530
Analog hput, (8)
4nalog output, (2)
Analog output, (2)
Local I/O Interface
Series Three IJO Interface
IC655MDLSOl
IC655MDL502
IC655MDL503
IC655MDL511
IC655MDL512
IC655MDL524
IC655MDL525
IC655MDL526
IC655MDL527
IC655MDL533
12 - 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic (16)
12 - 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic (32)
24 VDC Input, Positive/Negative
Logic (64)
24 - 48 VAC/DC, Isolated Input, Positive Logic (16)
12 - 24 VAC/DC Input, Pos. Logic (32)
Input Simulator (16 or 32)
115/230 VAC Input, (16)
115 VAC Input, (3)
115/230 VAC Isolated Input (16)
5 - 12 VDC TIL Input (64)
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IC655MDL55 1
IC655MDL552
IC655MDL555
IC655MDL556
IC655MDL575
IC655MDL576
IC655MDL577
IC655MDL580
IC655MDL58 1
IC655MDL586
IC655MDL593
12 - 24 VDC Output, Negative
12 - 24 VDC Output, Negative
12 - 24 VDC Output, Positive
12 - 24 VDC Output, Positive
115/230 VAC Output, (16)
115/230 VAC Isolated Output,
115/230 VAC Output, (32)
Relay Output, (16)
Relay Output, (32)
Isolated Relay output (16)
5 - 12 VDC TI’L Output (64)
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580
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800
650
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640
180
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450
IC655APU500
IC655APUS 10
IC655BEM510
IC655CCM500
ASCII/BASIC Module
High Speed Counter
Genius Bus Controller
CCM Communications
Logic
Logic
Logic
Logic
(16)
(16)
(32)
(16)
(32)
600
100
500
1000
I/O Module Features
Series Five I/O modules include discrete input and output, high-density discrete input and output, analog
input and output, high speed counter, and an ASCII/BASIC Module.
All of the I/O modules are
physically the same size and are enclosed in a plastic module housing.
All of the modules have a
removable sideplate on the left side of the module. This sideplate allows easy access to module features
requiring user access, such as replaceable fuses or DIP switches requiring configuration,
For information about fuses in specific modules, refer to Table 1-4.
I/O modules connect to the backplane through a single connector on the module which mates with a
connector mounted on the base unit backplane directly behind each I/O slot. No special tools are
required to install your I/O modules. Modules are held firmly in place by fastening two easily accessible
captive screws, one at the top and one at the bottom of the module. Each module is color coded with a
narrow horizontal stripe across the top of the faceplate. A red stripe indicates a high-voltage module, a
blue stripe indicates a low-voltage module, and a white stripe indicates a signal level or other type of
module.
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I/O Module - Wiring to Terminal Block
The following fibwe is an illustration of a typical Series Five I/O module which has its associated field
wiring terminated at a removable terminal block. This temninal block is used on 16 and 32 point I/O
modules.
Features common to 16 and 32 point Series Five I/O modules are Dointed out in the
illustration. These features are described later in this section.
A
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1. ON WHEN I/O REFERENCE
IS LOCATED
12+ OR 02+ STATUS TABLE.
IN II+, Ol+,
2. UNUSED ON INPUT MODULES
FB - BLOWN FUSE INDICATOR
ON OUTPUT MODULES.
3. OFF : OPERATION
NORMAL
ON : LOOSE OR MISSING TERMINAL
BLOCK,
NO VOLTAGE FROM EXTERNAL
POWER SOURCE,
OR OTHER PROBLEM WITH THIS MODULE.
4. OFF : 16 OR 32 LEDs BELOW INDICATE
ON OR OFF STATUS OF I / 0 POINTS
ON : STARTING
ADDRESS OF MODULE
INDICATED
BY TOP 16 LEDs.
P
6
5. LED INDICATORS
SHOW STATUS OF
I / 0 POINTS OR STARTING
I / 0 ADDRESS
OF MODULE.
32 POINT MODULES HAVE
4 GROUPS Al -8, Bl-8, Cl -8, Dl-8.
6. FACEPLATE
COVER.
INSERT FOR CIRCUIT
IDENTIFICATION
ATTACHES
TO BACK.
TERMINAL
32 POINT
BLOCK FOR FIELD WIRING
MODULES.
REMOVABLE
USER ITEMS
COVER FOR ACCESS
IF ANY ).
BEAD CHAIN
INCLUDED
(
Figure 1. Typical I/O Module with Removable
TO 16 AND
TO
WITH EACH MODULE.
Terminal Block
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I/O Module - Wiring to Connectors
The following figure is an illustration of a typical 64 point high-density Series Five I/O module which
has its field wiring terminated at two connectors mounted on the front of the module. Features common
to 64 point I/O modules are pointed out in the illustration and are described later in this section.
IIWUT
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24VDC
I
c
A
/
E
C
/
G
-
.4VDC
5.0mA
NEWPOS
A-D
E-H
06
I’
‘I
Jl
(A-D)
52
(E-H)
lC655MDL503
Figure 2. Typical I/O Module with Connectors
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I/O Module Keying
All 16 and 32 point Series Five I/O modules are mechanically keyed to prevent accidental connection of
a prewired removable terminal block to the wrong module type; for example, a 115 VAC terminal block
onto a 24 VDC board. Individual module keying must be done by the user at installation according to a
predetermined key chart. Each I/O module has packed with it a set of instructions for installing the
keys, and the type of key for that terminal block. There are two types of keys, one type for modules
with 20 terminals on the terminal block, and one type for modules with 38 terminals on the terminal
block. The correct type of keys are included with each I/O module.
The following figure is an
illustration of the instruction sheet packed with each module.
GE Fanuc
GFJ-007A
Series Five I/O Module Terminal Block Key Chart
Each type of Series Five I/O module can be uniquely keyed to its
terminal block.
This helps prevent an accidental mismatch
between an I/O module and its terminal block during the installation and maintenance of the system.
To implement this keying function, install the included keys in the
terminal block per the chart below.
l
Module Type
Terminal
Block Type
Input Module
20 Point
38 Point
Output Module
20 Point
38 Point
Special Module
20 Point
38 Point
Key Position
Catalog Number
Product Description
Al
IC655MDLSO 1
12-24 VDC Neg. Logic
l
IC655MDL525
115/230 VAC
l
IC655MDL502
12-24 VDC Neg. Logic
0
IC655MDL5 11
24-48 VAC/DC
IC655MDL5 12
12-24 VAC/DC
l
IC655MDL526
115 VAC
l
IC655MDL527
1151230 VAC Isolated
IC655MDL55 1
12-24 VDC Neg. Logic
IC655MDL555
12-24 VDC Pos. Logic
A2
A3
A4
Bl
B2
B3
l
l
l
0
0
0
0
0
l
l
l
l
l
0
IC655MDL575
1151230 VAC
IC655MDL580
Relay
IC655MDL552
12-24 VDC Neg Logic
IC655MDL556
12-24 VDC Pos. Logic
IC655MDL576
115/230 VAC Isolated
l
IC655MDL577
116/230 VAC
l
IC655MDL58 1
Relay
IC655MDL586
Relay Isolated
0
IC655ALG566
Analog Output
l
IC655ALG567
Analog 0utput
0
IC655ALGS 16
Analog Input
IC655APU5 10
High Speed Counter
l
0
l
0
l
l
l
0
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
Figure 3. I/O Module Terminal Block Key Location Chart
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l
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Diagnostic Keying Check
The CPU also provides a diagnostic “keying” check of the I/O modules to ensure that a previously
installed module is replaced in the correct slot. If the module configuration in the I/O slots is different
than it was on the previous power-up, the CPU optionally detects this and provides an error indication, if
the I/O configuration check is enabled. Normal operation cannot proceed until the modules are inserted
correctly, or until Logicmaster 5 software tells the CPU to accept the new configuration, or to continue
running assuming the old configuration.
Terminal Block for Field Wiring (16 and 32 Point Modules)
An easily removed cover on the front of the module provides access to a terminal block for connection
of field wiring.
Terminal blocks have either 20 (16 circuit modules) or 38 (32 circuit modules)
terminals.
The terminal block is removable to allow for prewiring of systems, easy replacement of
modules, and for troubleshooting.
Terminals on the connector block will accept one AWG #16 (1.2
mm2) or two AWG #18 (1 mm2) wires with l/4” spade lugs. Field wiring to the terminal block is routed
into the bottom of the module through a cutout in the bottom front of the case.
Connector for Field Wiring to 64 Point Modules.
Each of the 64 point I/O modules has two 37.pin subminiature D-type connectors mounted on the front
of the module for connecting user supplied input devices to Input modules, or for connecting Output
modules to user supplied loads. Each connector provides for connection to 32 of the 64 circuits on a
module. Each 64 point I/O module is shipped with two unwired male connectors which mate with the
connectors on the module. These connectors are provided for building cables for connection to field
devices.
A toggle switch on the front of the module allows the user to choose the groups of I/O points to be
monitored by the 32 status indicators located at the top of the module, either group A through D, or
group E through H. The top connector provides connection to groups Al through A8, Bl through B8,
Cl through C8, and Dl through D8, while the bottom connector provides connection to groups El
through ES, Fl through F8, Gl through G8, and Hl through H8.
Faceplate
Each 16 and 32 point module has a protective plastic cover over the terminal block. This cover protects
the user from coming in contact with potentially hazardous voltages present at the terminal block. The
faceplate cover for the 64 point modules has two cutouts through which the connectors are accessed for
connection to field devices. A short length of plastic bead chain is included with each I/O module and
can be attached to the faceplate and module housing. When attached, this faceplate chain allows the
faceplate to hang from the module and not be misplaced. A self-adhesive gray insert is provided with
each 16 and 32 point I/O module for attachment to the back of the faceplate cover. This insert has a
lined area divided into sections corresponding to the terminals on the block. This insert provides a
convenient place to record circuit identification information.
Status Indicators
The ON or OFF status of each I/O point is indicated by the state of a corresponding LED, which is either
ON or OFF. 32 point I/O modules have 35 or 36 LEDs and the 16 point I/O modules have 19 or 20
LEDs that are visible at the top of the module. 16 or 32 of these LEDs indicate the ON or OFF status of
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8
.
GFK-0123
the module’s input or output circuits, as applicable. For 64 point modules, the 32 LEDs indicate the
status of the 32 inputs or outputs associated with one connector. A toggle switch provides a choice
between the two groups of 32 (total 64) Inputs or Outputs being monitored; either group A to D or group
E to H. The top 16 LEDs can also be programmed, through Logicmaster 5 or the Series Five Operator
Interface Unit, to indicate the starting I/O address of the module instead of the module I/O point status.
The other 3 or 4 LEDs (Output modules have 4, Input modules have 3) are used for diagnostic purposes
as described below.
GEN
On when the I/O reference assigned to the module is located in either the Il+, 01+, 12+, or 02+ table.
FB
Output modules only. When ON, indicates that a fuse has blown in the module (output point must be
ON, a load must be connected, and the CPU must be in the RUN mode). This location is blank on
/Input modules.
DIAG
When ON, indicates a loose or missing terminal block, no external supply voltage, or that an internal
failure has been detected in the module.
ADR
If ON, indicates that the LEDs normally used for circuit ON or OFF status have been commanded by
the CPU to display the module’s starting I/O address.
I/O Module Starting Address Display
In addition to providing the on or off status of I/O points, the 16 LEDs located directly below the 4
diagnostic LEDs in the top row on an I/O module, provide a dual function in that they also allow you to
read the starting I/O address of the module when commanded to do so through Logicmaster 5 or the
Series Five Operator Interface Unit. To do this from Logicmaster 5, you must be in the I/O CONFIGURATION UTILITIES menu and select F6, which is the I/O Module Address/Status softkey. This
allows you to select whether the status of the I/O points or the starting address of the module will be
displayed on the LEDs. The Logicmaster 5 software allows you to toggle between these two modes
when the system is on-line. For detailed information, refer to GFK-0023, which is the LogicmasterTM5
Programming and Documentation Software User’s Manual.
To perform this function from the Operator Interface Unit, select sub-menu 43 (LED Mode) from main
menu 4 (I/O Configuration).
You can then command the I/O modules to display each modules’s starting
I/O address as an alternative to the normal display of the On or Off state of each point on a module. For
detailed information, Irefer to GFK-018 1, which is the Series Five Programmable Controller Operator
Interface Unit User’s Manual.
When the I/O Address mode is selected, the ADR indicator on the top row of LEDs will turn on to
indicate that the 16 I/O Address/Status LEDs are in the I/O Address mode, and the starting address of
each module will be displayed on the LEDs. When the LEDs are commanded to the I/O Address mode,
the starting address of each module in the system is displayed as a 4-digit BCD number, with the least
significant bit (l’s digit) read on the four LEDs in the right vertical column, and the most significant bit
(1000’s digit) read on the four LEDs in the left vertical column. The binary weight of the four LEDs in
each column, reading from top-to-bottom, is 1 - 2 - 4 - 8. The following example shows how to read a
typical starting address of an I/O module.
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GEN
0
AlU
217
3D
4n
50
60
70
80
DIAG
c3
Blcl
5n
2U
617
40
30
7n
8n
-
WEIGHT OF
ON LED
1
2
4
8
Each vertical row represents the four bits
in a BCD number. Valid BCD numbers are
0 through 9. The weight of each bit is as
indicated to the left.
1 (LEAST SIGNIFICANT DIGIT)
-10
- 100
1000 (MOST SIGNIFICANT DIGIT)
-
When ON, indicates that the module is in the
LED mode.
GEN
cl
AlO
21
30
4n
0
0
50
6=
70
80
DIAG
0
BlU
21
3m
40
AD
3
51
6n
70
8m
2
7
9
/
L
This example shows how to interpret and read
the starting address that is indicated by
the LEDs. Add the binary weights of the ON
bits in each vertical column to determine the
BCD digit represented by each column. The
starting address of the module shown in this
example is 0279 ( could be either I or 0 ).
Figure 4. Reading I/O Module Starting Address on LEDs
This function is especially useful while debugging a new system or for troubleshooting, or anytime that
you may want to verify the starting address of a module in a particular slot. To return the LEDs to the
I/O point status indication mode using Logicmaster 5, you must return to the I/O CONFIGURATION
UTILITIES menu, select the F6 softkey, and toggle to STATUS. To leave the LED mode using the
Operator Interface Unit: while in sub-menu 43, position the cursor over RST and press the ENT key.
This returns the LED display to the normal I/O status display.
Series Five I/O Module Installation
Series Five I/O modules can be installed in any available I/O slot in a base unit. Base units are available
that can contain either 6 (IC6SSCHS506) or 8 (IC655CHS508) I/O modules.
Assigning References to I/O Modules
References for each I/O module in a base unit can be assigned by the user through Logicmaster 5, or can
be assigned sequentially by the CPU starting with reference 0001 through reference 1024 (input and
output references are assigned independently, that is, 0001 to 1024 for inputs and 0001 to 1024 for
outputs). To accomplish this in an orderly fashion, the CPU must know in what order to assign the
references to base units in the system. To do this, each of the base units in the system must be assigned
an I/D number.
The recommended
method for assigning references is for the user to assign them
through Logicmaster 5. Refer to the Series Five User’s manual, GFK-0122, for more information on
assigning references.
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I/O Module Specifications
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Assigning Base Unit ID Numbers
Base unit ID numbers, from 0 through 7, are assigned by setting a small rotary switch, located directly
above the I/O expansion connector on the left side of the base unit, to the desired ID number. The ID
numbers can be assigned in any order to satisfy the application, they do not have to be assigned
sequentially.
NOTE
Base unit ID Numbers and reference numbers must not be duplicated. Use each ID number once
and only once. Each base unit ID must be unique. The I/O module addresses assigned to base
units must not be duplicated. Since the CPU does not detect duplicate addresses, it is the
responsibility of the user to verify that addresses are unique for each base unit.
When assigned by the CPU, I/O references for individual modules are assigned in base units starting
with low numbers and proceeding sequentially to high numbers. When assigned by the user, references
do not have to be assigned sequentially.
The location and physical appearance of the base unit ID
switch is shown below along with an example of typical settings.
Figure 5. Example of Base Unit Identification Switch Settings
Fuses for Output Modules
The following table is a list of fuses that are used in Series Five Output modules.
Table 4. Fuses for Output Modules
.
1
Module
Tspe
Catalog
Number
24vDc out, Neg Logic
IC65SMDL55 1
IC655MDL552
IC655MDL555
IC655MDL556
IC655MDL575
IC655MDL576
IC655MDL577
IC655MDL580
2NDC Out,
2wDC auf
24VDC ou&
115/23OVAC
115/23OVAC
115/23OVAC
Relay Out
Neg Logic
Pos Logic
Pos Logic
Out
Is01 Out
Out
Fuse
Type t
MF5 lSH8
MF5 lSH3
MF5 lSH8
MF5 lSH3
Am5 lSH8
MC3
MC5
MF5 lSH8
f MF51SH3, MFSlSH8 - 20 mm x 5.2 mm - cartriclge typt
MC3, MC5 - 9 mm x 2.7 mm - pigtail type, solkcd-in
place
current
Rating
8 =P
3 =P
8=P
3 _P
8 aP
3-p
5-p
8-p
Slow/Fast
Blow
Quantity
On Module
Fast
Fast
Fast
Fast
Fast
Fast
Fast
Fast
4
4
4
4
2
16
4
4
User
Replaceable I
Yes
YCS
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
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Ring and Spade Lugs
The following list of ring and spade lugs have been tested and can be used for connecting field wiring to
the terminal blocks on Series Five I/O modules. Most l/4” ring or spade lugs will fit the terminals.
Table 5. Recommended Lugs for Field Wiring Connections
I
Type of Lug
spade
spade
spade
ring
ring
I
AMP
Wire Size
AWG # (mm3
Catalog Number
22 - 16 (0.38 - 1.2 mmt)
16 - 14 (1.2 - 1.9mmZ)
12 - 10 (3.0 - 5.2 mm2)
16 - 14 (1.2 - 1.9 mm3)
22 - 18 (0.38 - 1.0 mm2)
52929
52935
52941
32422
31822
I/O Module Installation Procedures
Installation instructions common to all I/O modules are described in the following discussion. Specific
field wiring information for individual I/O modules can be found in Section 2 of this manual.
Do not install or remove any I/O module when power is applied to a base unit. If this is done, the
module could be damaged.
The I/O module to be installed should be positioned over the selected base unit slot position. Slot
positions are numbered 0 through 5 in a 6-slot base unit and 0 through 7 in an g-slot base unit.
Position the I/O module so that the connector on the back of the module is lined up with the mating
connector on the base unit.
Firmly push the I/O module onto the base unit connector so that it is securely mated with it.
Secure the I/O module to the base unit by fastening the 2 captive screw fasteners, one at the top and
one at the bottom of the module, with a long, narrow bladed screwdriver.
After installing all modules in a base unit, you should then run field wiring to the terminal block, or
connectors, on each module. Recommended routing of field wiring is to run the wiring harness along
the bottom of the modules, then break-out the wires for each module and route them to the terminal
block or connectors through the cutout at the bottom front of the module.
I
WARNING
I
When handling terminal blocks on 16 and 32 point modules, be aware that voltages from
user devices may be present on a module’s screw terminals, even though power to a base
unit is turned off. Care must be taken any time you are handling the module’s terminal
block or any wires connected to it.
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I/O Module Specifications
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Field Wiring Considerations
It is recommended that the following procedures be followed when routing and connecting
from input devices to the PLC or to output devices to be controlled by the PLC.
field wiring
All low level signal wires should be be run and contained in conduit separate from other field wiring.
AC power wiring should be run and contained
in conduit separately from DC field wiring.
It is the user’s responsibility to calculate the maximum current for each wire and to observe
proper wiring practices. Failure to do so may cause injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.
Do not route field wiring close to any device that could be a potential source of electrical interference.
If severe noise problems are present, additional power supply filtering or an isolation transformer may
be required.
Ensure proper grounding procedures to minimize potential safety hazards to personnel.
Label all wires to I/O devices. Record circuit identification numbers or other pertinent data on the
inserts provided for attachment to the back of module faceplates.
Terminal Block Extender
A Terminal Block Extender, catalog number IC655ACC527, is available to temporarily extend the
removable I/O terminal block away from the module to allow more room when initially dressing wires
at the terminal block. Mounting of the Terminal Board Extender is shown below.
v
-_TT
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MODULE
l-EFWNAL
/
BLOCK
EXIWDER
TEFMNAL
Figure 6. Mounting
the Terminal Block Extender
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2
Module Specifications
SECTION
This section contains individual specifications and wiring information for each of the Series Five I/O
modules. Modules are listed by type - either Input, Output, or Analog and catalog number.
Quick -Guide to Location of Module Specifications
The location of individual
module specifications
in this section is listed below by page number.
Table 6. Guide to Location of I/O Module Specifications
Module Name and Type
24 VDC Input, Negative Logic
24 VDC Input, Negative Logic
24 VDC Input, Positive/Negative
Logic
24 VAC/DC Isolated Input, Positive Logic
24 VAC/DC Input, Positive Logic
Input Simulator
Number of
Circuits
Catalog
Number
Page
Number
16
32
64
IC655MDL501
IC655MDL502
IC655MDL503
14
16
18
16
32
IC655MDL5 11
IC655MDL5 12
20
22
16132
IC655MDL524
~ 24
115/230 VAC Input
115 VAC Input
115/230 VAC Isolated Input
5-12 VDC TTL Input, Positive/Negative Logic
16
32
16
64
IC655MDL525
IC655MDL526
IC655MDL527
IC655MDL533
26
28
30
32
24
24
24
24
16
32
16
32
IC655MDL55 1
IC655MDL552
IC655MDL555
IC655MDL556
36
38
40
42
115/230 VAC Output, 2 Amp
115/230 VAC Isolated Output, 2 Amp
115/230 VAC Output, 1 Amp
16
16
32
IC655MDL575
IC655MDL576
IC655MDL577
44
46
48
Relay Output, 2 Amp
Relay Output, 2 Amp
Isolated Relay Output
5-12 VDC TTL Output, Positive Logic
16
32
16
64
IC655MDL580
IC655MDL581
IC655MDL586
IC655MDL593
50
52
54
56
8
2
2
IC655ALG516
IC655ALG566
IC655ALG567
58
69
75
VDC
VDC
VDC
VDC
Output, Negative Logic, 2 Amp
Output, Negative Logic, 0.5 Amp
Output, Positive Logic, 2 Amp
Output, Positive Logic, 0.5 Amp
Analog Input - 8 Channel
Analog Output - 2 Channel, 0 to +lOV/4 to 20 mA
Analog Output - 2 Channel, -10 to +lOV
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24 VDC Input, Negative Logic, 16 Circuits
IC655MDL501
This module provides 16 circuits for connection to user input devices. 16 LEDs on the front of the
module provide a dual function. They provide a visual indication of the status of each circuit, with each
LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, they provide the starting I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the
removable terminal block on the front of the module. The input circuits are divided into two groups,A
and B, with the input terminals for each group labeled 1 to 8. Each group has a single common
connection, labeled C, for the eight circuits in the group. The user must supply a 12 to 24 VDC source
of power for sensing the state of the inputs to the module. Both groups can be powered from a single
power source or each group can be powered from a separate source.
Table 7. Specifications
for 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic - 16 Circuits
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption, (5 VDC)
Negative Logic
16
Weight
42 oz (650 g)
Two groups, eight circuits per group
12 to 24 V-DC
26.4 VDC
7 mA at 12 VDC; 15 mA at 24 VDC
10 VDC; between C and Input terminal
5.5 VDC; between C and Input terminal
3.0 mA
5.5 mA
3 to 10 ms
3 to 12 ms
Logic side
Total; 64 mA (typical), 80 mA (maximum)
Per On Point; 4 mA
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16 CIRCUITS ON
16
NUMBER ‘* OF
CIRCUITS
ON
69
49
I
10°C
I
20°C
I
30°C
I
4o”c
I
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 7. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL501
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Wiring Information
The following
- IC655MDL501
figure provides the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
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FIELD WIRING
TERMINALS
MODULE CIRCUITRY
I
o--o
0
u-0
0
a-0
0
NC
NC
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS
+o
io
Figure 8. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL501
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24 VDC Input, Negative Logic, 32 Circuits
IC655MDL502
This module provides 32 circuits for connection to user input devices. 32 LEDs on the front of the
module provide a visual indication of the status of each circuit. Each LED reflects the ON or OFF state
of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through progr amming, the top 16 LEDs provide the
starting I/O address for the module. Input circuits are divided into four groups, with 8 circuits in each
group. Field Wiring to each circuit is made to the removable terminal block on the front of the module.
The groups are labeled A, B, C, and D, with the input terminals in each group labeled 1 to 8. Each
group has a single common connection, labeled C, for the eight circuits in the group. The user must
supply a 12 to 24 VDC source of power for sensing the state of the inputs to the module. All four
groups can be powered from a single power source or each group can be powered from a separate
source.
Table 8. Specifications
for 24 VDC Input, Negative Logic - 32 Circuits
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption (5 VDC)
Negative Logic
Weight
48 oz (750 g)
OF
CIRCUITS
32
Four groups, eight circuits per group
10.2 to 26.4 VDC
26.4 VDC
lOmAat24VDC
6.5 VDC; between C and Input terminal
4.0 VDC; between C and Input terminal
1.5 mA
3.5 mA
3.7 to 10 ms
3.5 to 12.5 ms
Logic side
Total; 130 mA (typical), 150 mA (maximum)
Per On Point; 4 mA
I
I
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 9. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL502
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17
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
The following
- IC655MDL502
figure provides the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
a42240
FIELD WIRING
TERMINALS
24VDC
I
MODULE CIRCUITRY
111,
OTHER 3 CIRCUITS
A
NC
NC
Figure 10. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL502
I/O Module Specifications
18
I
GFK-0123
24 VDC Input, Positive/Negative
IC655MDL503
Logic, 64 Circuits
This module provides 64 circuits for connection to user input devices. 32 LEDs on the module indicate
the status of the 32 Inputs associated with one connector. A toggle switch above the top (Jl) connector
allows the user to choose the group of inputs being monitored (A to D, or E to H). The top 16 LEDs
perform a dual function. They normally provide a visual indication of the status of each input circuit
with each LED reflecting the GN or OFF state of the corresponding circuit. Second, when commanded
through programming, they indicate the starting I/O address for the module.
Field wiring connections from input devices is made to two 37,pin subminiature D-type connectors
(labeled Jl (A-D) and 32 (E-H)), mounted on the front of the module. One connector is used for two
groups with 16 inputs in each group. The four groups are labeled A and B (group l), C and D (group 2),
E and F (group 3), and group 4 is G and H. The pins in each group are labeled 1 to 8, for example:
group 1 is Al to A8 and B 1 to B8. Each group has a common connection, labeled C. The user must
supply the source of power, which can be from 20 to 28 VDC, to reflect the state of the inputs to the
module. All groups can be powered from a common source or from different sources. The circuits can
operate as either positive or negative logic, depending on how the source voltage is connected to the
module. Examples of these connections are shown in the following wiring diagram for the module.
Table 9. Specifications
for 24 VDC Input, Positive/Negative
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Input Current
ON Level (E applied by user)
OFF Level (E applied by user)
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption (5 VDC)
Weight
Logic - 64 Circuits
Positive/Negative Logic (selectable)
64
Four groups, 16 circuits per group
20 to 28 VDC
5mAat24VDC
19 VDC; between C and Input terminal
10 VDC; between C and Input terminal
1.6 mA
3.5 mA
2 to 10 ms
2 to 10 ms
Logic side
Total; 136 mA (typical), 180 m.A (maximum)
50 mA + 0.1 mA per On point + 2.5 mA per On LED
39 oz (600 g)
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NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
48
32 CIRCUITS ON
32
1
3cPc4oT
TEMPERATURE
Figure 11. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL503
19
I/O Module Specifications
.
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
The following
- IC655MDL503
figure provides the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
043314
RElD WIRING
MoDuLEclRcullmY
,
EXAMPLE SHOWS
EXTERNAL
DEVICE
’
-,
SINKING CURRENT
OTHER
:;
hscRculTs
EXAMPLE SHOWS
EXTERNAL
SOURCING
DEVICE
+
CURRENT
EXAMPLE SHOWS
EXIERNAL
DEVICE
-,
SINKING CURRENT
OTHER
15
clFwJrrs
EXAMPLE
EXTERNAL
SOURCING
SHOWS
DEVICE
-,
CURRENT
Figure 12. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL503
I/O Module Specifications
20
GFK-0123
24 VAC/DC Isolated Input, Positive Logic, 16 Circuits
IC655MDL511
16 LEDs on the front of the
This module provides 16 circuits for connection to user input devices.
module provide a dual function. They provide a visual indication of the status of each circuit, with each
LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, the top 16 LEDs provide the starting I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit are
made to the removable terminal block on the front of the module. The input circuits are labeled 1
through 16 with each input having a separate common associated with it. All common connections are
labeled C. Each circuit is isolated from the other circuits, relative to the power source. The user must
supply a source of power, which can be 24 to 48 VAC or 24 to 48 VDC, to sense the state of the inputs
to the module. Each input can be powered from a separate power source or a single power source can be
used to power all of the inputs.
Table 10. Specifications
for 24 VAC/DC
Isolated Input, Positive Logic - 16 Circuits
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption (5 VDC)
Positive Logic
Weight
45 oz (700 g)
16
16
20
60
20
separate circuits
to 60 VAC or dc
V
mA ac/dc
20 VAC/DC; between C and Input terminal
5.0 VAC/DC; between C and Input terminal
1.0 mA ac/dc
5.0 mA ac/dc
5.0 to 30 ms
10.0 to 50.0 ms
Logic side
Total; 80 mA (typical), 100 mA (maximum)
Per On Point; 5 mA
j---76~R~N
NUMBER ‘*
OF
Cl RCUITS
I
ON
8-
I
4-
I
10°C
I
20°C
I
30°C
I
4o”c
I
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 13. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL511
I_
22
I/O Module Specifications
.’/
GFK-0123
24 VAC/DC Input, Positive Logic, 32 Circuits
IC655MDL512
This module provides 32 circuits for connection to user input devices. 32 LEDs on the front of the
module provide a visual indication of the status of each circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF
state of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, these LEDs provide the
starting I/O address for the module. Field wiring connections to each circuit are made to the removable
terminal block on the front of the module. Input circuits are divided into four groups, with 8 circuits in
each group, The groups are labeled A, B, C, and D, and the input terminals in each group are labeled 1
to 8. Each group of eight has a single common connection, labeled C. The user must supply a source of
power, which can be 12 to 24 VAC or 12 to 24 VDC, to sense the state of the inputs to the module.
Each group of inputs can be powered from a separate power source or a single power source can be used
to Dower all groutx of inDuts.
Table 11. Specifications
for 24 VAC/DC Input, Positive Logic - 32 Circuits
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption (5 VDC)
Positive Logic
32
Four groups, eight circuits per group
10.2 to 26.4 VAC or dc
26.4 VAC or dc
10 mA at 24 VAC/DC
10 VACJDC; between C and Input terminal
3.0 VAC/DC; between C and Input terminal
1.0 mA ac/dc
4.0 mA ac/dc
5.0 to 30 ms
10.0 to 50.0 ms
Logic side
Total; 160 mA (typical), 180 mA (maximum)
Per On Point; 5 mA
Weight
48 oz (750 g)
OF
CIRCUITS
16.
ON
8-
I
10°C
I
I
I
I
2o”c
30°C
4o”c
5o”c
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 15. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL512
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23
I/O Module Specifications
GFIS-0123
Wiring Information
The following
- IC655MDL512
figure provides the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
a42313
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
-1
24-48 VACIDC
,m+
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS
NC
NC
Figure 16. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL512
24
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Input Simulator, 16/32 Circuits
IC655MDL524
The Input Simulator module has 32 two-position toggle switches on the front of the module.
Each
switch can be programmed as a discrete input device. This module allows simulation of either 16 point
or 32 point input modules. A toggle switch, accessed by removing the side cover of the module, allows
configuration of the module for either 16 or 32 points. When the mode switch is set for 16 points, only
the top 16 switches (labeled Al through A8 and Bl through BS) are active, the remaining 16 switches
are disabled. 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 debu gged. It can also remain permanently in
the system to provide 16 or 32 conditional input contacts for manual control of output devices.
There are 32 LED indicators at the top of the module with each LED correspond to the similarly labeled
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 four groups with 8 LEDs in each
group. The top two groups are labeled Al through 8 and Bl through B8, and the bottom two groups are
labeled Cl through C8 and Dl through D8.
Table 12. Specifications
Number of Circuits
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption
Weight
for Input Simulator,
16 or 32 Points
16 or 32 (switch selectable)
10 ms
11 ms
Logic side
Total; 112 mA (typical), 200 mA (maximum)
30 oz (460 g)
(5 VDC)
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32
32 CIRCUITS UN
NUMBER 24 OF
CIRCUITS
ON
16
16 CIRCUITS ON
I
10°C
---I
20°C
I
30°C
I
40°C
I
50°C
I
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 17. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL524
I/O Module Specifications
25
GFK-0123
Input Simulator Module
The Input Simulator module fur the Series Five PLC is shown in the following
a433Q
INPUT
SlMUlAToF
AlO
20
30
40
6nBlO
60
20
70
30
80 40
60
60
70
80
Cl0
20
30
40
6ODlO
60
20
70
30
80
40
50
60
7n
80
SELECT
16OR32
INPUTS
Ic856MDL524
A
REAR
VIEW
FRONT
VIEW
Figure 18. Input Simulator - IC655MDL524
illustration.
I/O Module Specifications
26
GFK-0123
115/230 VAC Input, 16 Circuits
IC655MDL525
This module provides 16 circuits for connection to user input devices. 16 LEDs on the front of the
module provide a dual function. They provide a visual indication of the status of each circuit, with each
LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, they provide the starting I/O address for the module. The input circuits are divided into two
groups, with 8 circuits in each group. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal
block on the front of the module. The two groups are labeled A and B, with the input terminals for each
group labeled 1 to 8. Each group has a single neutral connection, labeled N, for the eight circuits in the
group. The user must supply a 115 to 230 VAC source of power for sensing the state of the inputs to the
module. Both groups can be powered from a single power source or each group can be powered from a
setxrate source.
Table 13. Specifications
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
AC
16
Two groups, eight circuits per group
80 to 265 VAC, 48 to 63 Hz
265 VAC
8.4 mA at 100 VAC; 18 mA at 230 VAC
80 VAC; between N and Input terminal
38 VAC; between N and Input terminal
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption,
for 115/230 VAC Input - 16 Circuits
2.0 mA
5.5 mA
5 to 30 ms
10 to 50 ms
Logic side
Total; 64 mA (typical), 100 mA (maximum)
Per On Point; 4 mA
(5 VIE)
Weight
42 oz (650 g)
NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
4
1 o”c
2o”c
30°C
4o”c
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 19. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL525
”
I/O Module Specifications
27
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
The following
- IC655MDL525
figure provides
the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
a42249
FIELD WIRING
TERMINALS
MODULE ClRCUlTRY
I+
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS
5
3-3
6
-
7
8
Figure 20. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL525
I/O Module Specifications
28
GFK-0123
115 VAC Input, 32 Circuits
IC655MDL526
This module provides 32 circuits for connection to user input devices. 32 LEDs on the front of the
module provide a visual indication of the status of each circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF
state of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, these LEDs provide the
starting I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal
block on the front of the module. The input circuits are divided into four groups with 8 circuits in each
group. The four groups are labeled A, B, C, and D, and the terminals for each circuit in the group are
labeled 1 to 8. Each group has a single neutral connection, labeled N, for the eight circuits in the group.
The user must supply a 115 VAC source of power for sensing the state of the inputs to the module. All
four groups can be powered from a single power source or each group can be powered from a separate
source.
Table 14. Specifications
for 115 VAC Input - 32 Circuits
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption,
(5 VDC)
AC
Weight
50 oz (780 g)
32
Four groups, eight circuits per group
80 to 132 VAC, 48 to 63 Hz
132 VAC
14.5 mA at 115 VAC, 60 Hz
80 VAC; between N and. Input terminal
20 VAC; between N and Input terminal
2.0 mA
8.0 mA
5 to 30 ms
10 to 50 ms
Logic side
Total; 160 mA (typical), 180 mA (max.)
Per On Point; 5 mA
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I 32 CIRCUITS
32
ON
NUMBER 24 OF
CIRCUITS
ON
16-
0-
lo”c
20°C
30°C
40°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
50°C
60°C
(“C)
Figure 21. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL526
I/O Module Specifications
29
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
The following
- IC655MDL526
figure provides the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
a42250
FIELD WIRING
TERMINALS
MODULE CIRCUITRY
CIRCUITS
Figure 22. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL526
I/O Module Specifications
30
GFK-0123
115/230 VAC Isolated Input, 16 Circuits
IC655MDL527
This module provides 16 isolated circuits for connection to user input devices. 16 LEDs on the front of
the module provide a visual indication of the status of each circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or
OFF state of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, these LEDs provide
the starting I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal
block on the front of the module. The input circuits are isolated from each other relative to the AC
power source. Each input has a separate neutral connection, which allows each input to be powered
from different phases of the AC supply, if required. The user must supply a source of AC power, which
can be from 80 to 265 VAC, for sensing the state of the inputs to the module.
Table 15. Specifications
for 115/230 VAC Isolated Input - 16 Circuits
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
Optically isolated
16
Each circuit isolated from other circuits
80 to 265 VAC, 48 to 63 Hz
265 VAC
8.4 mA at 115 VAC, 60 Hz
18 mA at 230 VAC, 60 Hz
80 VAC; between N and Input terminal
30 VAC; between N and Input terminal
2.0 mA
5.5 mA
5 to 30 ms
10 to 50 ms
Logic side
Total; 64 mA (typical), 100 mA (max.)
Per On Point; 4 mA
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption, (5 VIE)
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716 CIRCUITS ON
16
NUMBER 12OF
Cl RCUITS
ON
6-
49
I
10°C
I
20°C
I
30°C
I
40°C
I
5o”c
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 23. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL527
31
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL527
The following figure provides the information required for connecting field devices to this module.
a43303
FIELD WIRING
115/230VAC
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
r
<
<
OPTICAL
COUPLER
L
-
Figure 24. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL527
I/O Module Specifications
32
GFK-0123
5112 VDC TTL Input, Positive/Negative
IC655MDL533
Logic, 64 Circuits
This module provides 64 circuits for connection to user input devices. 32 LEDs on the module indicate
the status of the 32 Inputs associated with one connector. A toggle switch above the top (Jl) connector
allows the user to choose the group of inputs being monitored (A to D, or E to H). The top 16 LEDs
perform a dual function. They normally provide a visual indication of the status of each input circuit
with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of the corresponding circuit. Second, when commanded
through programming, they indicate the starting I/O address for the module.
Field wiring connections from input devices is made to two 37-pin subminiature D-type connectors
(labeled Jl (A-D) and 52 (E-H)), mounted on the front of the module. One connector is used for two
groups with 16 inputs in each group. The four groups are labeled A and B (group l), C and D (group 2),
E and F (group 3), and group 4 is G and H. The pins in each group are labeled 1 to 8, for example:
group 1 is Al to A8 and Bl to B8. Each group has a common connection, labeled C. The user must
supply the source of 5 to 12 VDC power to reflect the state of the inputs to the module. All groups can
be powered from a common source or from different sources. The circuits can operate as either positive
or negative logic, depending on how the source voltage is connected to the module.
Table 16. Specifications
for 5/12 VDC Input, Positive/Negative
Logic - 64 Circuits
Input Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Maximum Voltage (open circuit)
Input Current
ON Level
OFF Level
Maximum OFF Leakage
Minimum ON Current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption (5 VIE)
Positive/Negative Logic (selectable by wiring)
Weight
39 oz (600 g)
64
Four groups, 16 circuits per group
4.75 to 13.2 VDC
15 VIX
2.5 mA at 5 V, 7.5 mA at 12 V
4.0 VDC; between C and Input terminal
2.0 VDC; between C and Input terminal
0.8 mA
1.8 mA
1 to 4 ms
1 to 4 ms
Logic side
Total; 136 mA (typical), 180 mA (maximum)
50 mA + 0.1 mA per On point + 2.5 mA per On LED
NUMBER 48
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
32
32 CIRCUITS ON
10%20%3CPC40%50%60%
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
(“C)
Figure 25. Input Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL533
I/O Module Specifications
33
GFK-0123
TTL Compatibility
The following information is a guide to the TTL compatibility of this module.
Compatibility is
dependent on how the power for the TTL outputs is connected to the module. Examples of the two
possible conditions are shown below; one with the common connected to +5V,and the other with the
common connected to ground.
NOTE
In order for the TTL circuits on this module to work correctly, the user must ensure that the
external power supply is the same supply that is driving the TTL outputs.
Example
1: Common connection of module tied to +5V.
An example of this conection
is shown below.
EXTERNAL
POWER SUPPLY
I
I
I
1
I
a43330
MODULE CIRCUITRY
-ii&i FIELD
DEVICE
If connected to a +5 VDC supply which is also used to power the external TTL outputs, and the open
collector or bipolar ‘ITL outputs are tied to the Common terminal, then this module is compatible with
the following logic families:
l
Standard TTL outputs
l
74LS TTL series outputs
l
l
l
74s TTL series outputs
CMOS HC series outputs
4049 and 4050 CMOS outputs (but not other 4000 series CMOS outputs)
34
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Example 2: Common connection
An examDle of this connection
of module tied to ground.
is shown below.
EXTERNAL
POWER SUPPLY
rl
ov
+5v
I
1
a43329
MODULE CIRCUITRY
I
I
I
I
OUTPUT
FROM
FIELD
DEVICE
L
COUPLER
If connected to a +5 VDC supply which is also used to power the external TTL outputs, and the external
TTL common is connected to the Common tetial
on this module, then this module is compatible with
the following logic families:
Standard TTL outputs (with external 330 ohm pull-up resistor to +5 V)
74s series TTL outputs (with external 330 ohm pull-up resistor to +5 V)
Standard 400 series CMOS outputs (with external 330 ohm pull-up resistor to +5 V)
HC series CMOS (no pull-up resistor required)
I/O Module Specifications
35
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
The following
- IC655MDL533
figure provides
the information
required for connecting
FElD
rnRMG
TWMNAIS
MODULE
field devices to this module.
CIRCUITRY
EXAMPLE SHOWS
EXTERNAL DEVICE
SINKJNOCURRENT
---I+
OTHER
15 CIRCUITS
EXAMPLE SHOWS
UCTERNAL DEVICE
SOURCINQ CURRENT
EXAMPLE SHOWS
EXTERNAL DEVICE
SlNKlNO CURRENT
::
XXMON
OTHER
+1sclRcurls
- c92:
EXAMPLE SHOWS
EXTERNAL DEVICE
SCURCINO CURRENT
Figure 26. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL533
I/O Module Specifications
36
GFK-0123
24 VDC Output Negative Logic, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
IC655MDL551
This module provides 16 circuits for controlling user output loads. The output switching capacity of
this module is two amps. 16 LEDs on the front of the module provide a dual function. They provide a
visual indication of the status of each output circuit, with each LED normally reflecting the ON or OFF
state of the carresponding circuit. When commanded through progr amming, they indicate the starting
I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal block on
the front of the module. The output circuits are divided into two groups. The groups are labeled A and
B, with the terminals in each group labeled 1 to 8. Each group has a single common connection, labeled
C, for the eight circuits in the group. The user must supply a 24 VDC source of power, which provides
power for both the load and the output circuit. Both groups can be powered from a single power source
or each group can be powered from a separate source.
Table 17. Specifications
for 24 VDC Output, Negative Logic, 2 Amp, 16 Circuits
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
N-MOS FET, open drain
16
Two groups, eight circuits per group.
4.5 to 26.4 VDC
40.0 VDC
2.0 amps, 5 amps/group of 4; 10 amps/common, 20
amps/module
0.1 mA at 40 VDC
0.5 VDC at 2 amps, 0.2 VDC at 1 amp
0.2 mA at 5 VDC
6 amps for 100 ms, 12 amps for 10 ms
0.1 ms
0.1 ms
Logic side
8 amps (1 for each group of four circuits), fast blow. Total
current should not exceed 5 amps per group of 4 outputs.
Total; 150 mA (typ), 170 mA (max)
Per On Point; 9 mA
Voltage: 24 VDC, *lo%
Current: 35 mA maximum at 26.4 VDC
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Fuses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal
External
Power Consumption,
(5 VDC)
Power Supply Requirements
a42316
1.25 AMP/POINT
16
NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
l2
16 CIRCUITS
ON
10 CIRCUITS
ON
20 AMP/POINT
8
4
u
10°C
20°C
AMBIENT
TOTAL CURRENT
30°C
40%
TEMPERATURE
SHOULD
NOT EXCEED
50°C
6o”c
(“C)
10 AMPS PER COMMON
Figure 27. Output Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL551
I/O Module Specifications
37
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL551
The following figure provides the information
source to this module.
required for connecting
user supplied loads and power
a42251
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
OTHER 3 CIRCUITS -l-
1
+ 24VDC
I
8A
FUSE
LOAD
1
24VDC
Figure 28. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL551
I/O Module Specifications
38
.
GFK-0123
24 VDC Output Negative Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32 Circuits
IC655MDLS52
This module provides 32 circuits for controlling user output loads. The output switching capacity of
this module is 0.5 amps. The top 16 LEDs on the module provide a dual function. They provide a
visual indication of the status of each output circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of
the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, they indicate the starting I/O
address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the ,removable terminal block on the
front of the module. The output circuits are divided into four groups. The groups are labeled A, B, C,
and D, and the terminals in the group are labeled 1 to 8. Each group has a common connection, labeled
C, on the terminal block; however, all 4 commons are tied together internally. The user must supply a
24 VDC source of power, which provides power for both the load and the output circuit. All groups can
be powered from a single power source or each group can be powered from a separate source.
Table 18. Specifications
for 24 VDC Output, Negative Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32 Circuits
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
F’uses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal Power Consumption,
(5 VDC)
External
NPN open collector
32
Four groups, eight circuits per group
4.5 to 26.4 VDC
40.0 VDC
0.5 amps; 2 A/common; 8 A total/module
0.1 mA at 40 VIE
0.5 VIX at 0.5 amps; 0.2 VDC
0.2 mA at 5 VDC
at .l amp
1 amp for 100 ms; 2 amps for 10 ms
0.1 ms
0.1 ms
Logic side
3 amps (1 for each group of eight circuits), fast blow
Total; 260 mA (typ), 300 mA (max)
Per On Point; 8 mA
Voltage: 24 VDC, flO%
Current: 250 mA maximum at 24.0 VDC
Power Supply Requirements
.
a42317
0.25 AMP/POINT
32
NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
32 CIRCUITS
ON
240.5 AMP/POINT
16
1 o”c
2o”c
AMBIENT
TOTAL CURRENT
SHOULD
3o”c
16 CIRCUITS
40°C
5o”c
TEMPERATURE
(“C)
ON
60°C
NOT EXCEED 2 AMPS PER COMMON
Figure 29. Output Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL552
I/O Module Specifications
39
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL552
The following figure provides the information
source to this module.
required for connecting
user supplied loads and power
a42252
MODULE CIRCUITRY
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS++-I
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
24VDC
+24V
Figure 30. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL552
I/O Module Specifications
40
GFK-0123
24 VDC Output Positive Logic, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
IC655MDL555
This module provides 16 circuits for controlling user output loads. The output switching capacity of this
module is two amps. 16 LEDs on the front of the module provide a dual function. First, they provide a
visual indication of the status of each output circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of
the corresponding circuit. Second, when commanded through programming, they indicate the stclrting
I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal block on
the front of the module. The output circuits are divided into four groups internally. On the terminal
block, the groups are combined and are labeled A and B, with 8 circuits in each group. The terminals in
each group are labeled 1 to 8. Each group of eight has a single common connection, labeled C. The
user must supply a 24 VDC source of power, which provides power for both the load and the output
circuit. Both groups can be powered from a single power source or each group can be powered from a
setxrate source.
Table 19. Specifications
for 24 VDC Output, Positive Logic, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
P-MOS FET, open drain
16
Four groups, four circuits per group.
(One common for each two groups)
5.0 to 26.4 VDC
40.0 V-DC
2 amps; 10 amps/common; 20 amps/module
0.1 m.A at 40 VDC
0.5 VDC at 2 amps; 0.2 VDC at 1 amp
0.2 mA at 5 VDC
6 amps for 100 ms; 12 amps for 10 ms
0.1 ms
0.1 ms
Logic side
8 amps (1 for each group of four circuits), fast blow. TutaE
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Fuses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal Power Consumption,
(5 VDC)
External Power Supply Requirements
current should not exceed 5 amps per group.
I Total; 150 mA (typ), 170 mA (max)
Per On Point; 9 mA
Voltage: 24 VDC, 10%
Current: 50 mA maximum at 26.4 WC
20%
30%
40°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
WC
60%
(“Cl
TOTAL CURRENT SHOULD NOT EXCEED 10 AMPS PER COMMON
Figure 31. Output Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL555
I/O Module Specifications
41
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL555
The following figure provides
source to this module.
the information
required for connecting
user supplied loads and power
a42253
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
24VDC
3 CIRCUITS
OTHER
-c
3
OPTICAL
COUPLER
I
LOAD
I
8
LOAD
+
+
I
I
I
24VDC
Figure 32. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL555
I/O Module Specifications
42
GFK-0123
24 VDC Output Positive Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32 Circuits
IC655MDL556
This module provides 32 circuits for controlling user output loads. The output switching capacity of this
module is 0.5 amps. The top 16 LEDs on the front of the module provide a dual function. They provide
a visual indication of the status of each output circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of
the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, they indicate the starting I/O
address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal block on the
front of the module. The output circuits are divided into four groups, with the groups labeled A, B, C,
and D on the terminal block. The terminals in each group are labeled 1 to 8. Each group has a common
connection, labeled C on the terminal block. The user must supply a 24 VDC source of power for the
loads connected to the module. All groups can be powered from a single power source or each group can
be powered from a separate source.
Table 20. Specifications
for 24 VDC Out, Pos. Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32 Circuits
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Fuses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal Power Consumption, (5 VDC)
NPN emitter follower
32
Four groups, eight circuits per group.
5.0 to 26.4 VDC
40.0 WC
0.5 amps; 2 amps/common; 8 amps/module
0.1 mA at 40 VIE
1.5 VDC at 0.5 amps; 0.8 VDC at .l amp
0.2 mA at 5 VDC
1 amp for 100 ms; 2 amps for 10 ms
0.1 ms
1.0 ms
Logic side
3 amps (1 for each group of eight circuits), fast blow.
Total; 600 mA (typ), 800 mA (max)
Per On Point; 20 mA
a4231 9
0.25 AMP
32
1 o”c
2o”c
AMBIENT
TOTAL CURRENT
3o”c
4o”c
TEMPERATURE
SHOULD
5o”c
60°C
(“C)
NOT EXCEED 2 AMPS PER COMMON
Figure 33. Output Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL556
I/O Module Specifications
43
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL556
The following figure provides the information
source to this module.
required for connecting
user supplied loads and power
a42254
MODULE CIRCUITRY
-1
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS
‘1
OPTICAL
COUPLER
Figure 34. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL556
I/O Module Specifications
44
GFK-0123
115/230 VAC Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
IC655MDL575
This module provides 16 circuits for controlling user output loads. The output switching capacity of
this module is two amps. 16 LEDs on the front of the module provide a dual function. They provide a
visual indication of the status of each output circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of
they indicate the starting I/O
the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming,
address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal block on the
front of the module. The output circuits are divided into two groups . On the tenniinal block, they are
labeled A and B, with the terminals in each group labeled 1 to 8. Each group of eight has a single Hot
connection, labeled H. The user must supply an source of power for the loads connected to the module’s
output circuits. Each group must be powered from a separate source. Specifications for this module are
listed below.
Table 21. Specifications
for 115/230 VAC Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
Triac
16
Two groups, eight circuits per group.
(One hot connection for each group)
15 to 265 VAC, 48 to 63 Hz
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating
265 VAC
2.0 amps
Current
5 amps/common; 10 amps/module
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Fuses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal Power Consumption, (5 VDC)
4.0 mA at 265 VAC, 60 Hz
1.5 VAC at 2 amps
Weight
58 oz (900 g)
NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
10.0 mA at 15 VAC
30 amps for 10 ms; 10 amps for 100 ms
< 1 ms at 60 Hz
c 10 ms at 60 Hz
Logic side
8 amps (1 for each group of eight circuits), fast blow
Total; 560 mA (typ), 650 mA (max)
Per On Point; 35 mA
12 CIRCUITS ON
1 .O AMP/POINT
(10 CIRCUITS ON)
6 CIRCUITS ON
3 CIRCUITS ON
10°C
20°C
AMBIENT
30°C
40°C
TEMPERATURE
50°C
60°C
(“C)
Figure 35. Output Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL575
I/O Module Specifications
45
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL575
The following figure provides the information
source to this module.
required for connecting
user supplied loads and power
a42255
MODULE ClRCUlTRY
I
1
I
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRING
115/230VAC
SSR
MODULE
LOAD
NC
NC
Figure 36. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL575
I/O Module Specifications
46
GFK-0123
115/230 VAC Isolated Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
IC655MDL576
This module provides 16 isolated circuits for controlling user output loads. The output switching
capacity of this module is two amps. 16 LEDs on the front of the module provide a dual function. They
provide a visual indication of the status of each output circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF
state of the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, they indicate the starting
I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal block on
the front of the module. Each circuit is isolated from the other circuits on this module relative to the ac
power source. Each output has two terminals associated with it which allows different ac power sources
for each circuit; e.g. different phases. These terminals are labeled Hl and 1, through H7 and 7. There
are two groups of these connections on the terminal block. The user must supply the AC source (or
sources) of power for the loads connected to the module’s output circuits.
Table 22. Specifications
for 115/230 VAC Isolated Output - 16 Circuits
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
Triac
16
Isolation between each circuit.
15 to 265 VAC, 48 to 63 Hz
265 VAC
2.0 amps
2 amps/common; 10 amps/module
4.0 mA at 265 VAC, 60 Hz
1.5 VAC at 2 amps
10.0 mA at 15 VAC
8 amps for 10 ms; 4 amps for 100 ms
c 1 ms at 60 Hz
c 10 ms at 60 Hz
Logic side
3 amps (1 for each circuit), fast blow
Total; 560 mA (typ), 650 mA (max)
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Fuses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal Power Consumption, (5 VDC)
Per On Point; 35 mA
Weight
60 oz (920 g)
0.5 AM P/POINT
16
(16 ClRCUlTS ON)
12 ClRCUlTS ON
NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
1.O AM P/POINT
6 CIRCUITS ON
(4 CIRCUITS ON}
lo”c
20°C
AMBIENT
3o”c
3 CIRCUITS ON
40°C
TEMPERATURE
50°C
60°C
(“C)
Figure 37. Output Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL576
47
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL576
The following figure provides the information
source to this module.
required for connecting
user supplied loads and power
a42256
MODULE CIRCUITRY
FIELD WIRING
TERMINALS
1151230VAC
SSR
MODULE
NC
NC
NC
NC
T
NC
Figure 38. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL576
I/O Module Specifications
48
GFK-0123
115/230 VAC Output, 1 Amp - 32 Circuits
IC655MDL577
This module provides 32 circuits for controlling user output loads. The output switching capacity of
this module is one amp. The top 16 LEDs on the module provide a dual function. They provide a visual
indication of the status of each output circuit, with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of the
corresponding circuit. When commanded through programming, they indicate the starting I/O address
for the module. Connections to each circuit are made to the removable ,terminal block on the front of the
module. The output circuits are divided into four groups of eight. On the terminal block, they are
labeled A, B, C, and D. The terminals in each group are labeled 1 to 8. Each group of eight has a single
Hot connection, labeled H. The user must supply an source of power for the loads connected to the
module’s output circuits. Each group must be powered from a separate source. Specifications for this
module are listed below.
Table 23. Specifications
for 115/230 VAC Output, 1 Amp - 32 Circuits
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Triac
32
Four groups, eight circuits per group.
(One hot connection for each group)
15 to 265 VAC, 48 to 63 Hz
265 VAC
1.0 amp; 3 amps/common; 12 amps/module
2.5 mA at 265 VAC, 60 Hz
1.5 VAC at 1 amp
10.0 mA at 15 VAC
10 amps for 10 ms; 5 amps for 100 ms
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Fuses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal
Power Consumption,
1 ms at 60 Hz
1 ms +1/2 cycle
Logic side
5 amps (1 for each group of eight
circuits), fast blow
Total: 580 mA (typ); 640 mA (max)
Per On Point; 18 mA
(5 VDC)
a42322
0.25 AMP/POINT
32
(32 ClRCUlTS
ON)
0.5 AMP/POINT
NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
24
(24 ClRCUlTS
24 CIRCUITS
ON
14 ClRCUlTS
ON
ON)
16
1 .O AMP/POINT
1o”c
2o”c
AMBIENT
TOTAL CURRENT
SHOULD
3o”c
4o”c
TEMPERATURE
50°C
60°C
(“C)
NOT EXCEED 3 AMPS PER COMMON
Figure 39. Output Points vs. Temperature
for IC655MDL577
49
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
- IC655MDL577
The following figure provides the information
source to this module.
required for connecting
user supplied loads and power
a42257
TERMINALS
MODULE CIRCUITRY
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS+1
-------a----
5A
FUSE
FIELD WIRING
115/230VAC
a
;
-
I
\//\I
I
I
I
;
I
I
I
l
I
L.,-
I
I_
SOLID
STATE
RELAY
I
*I*
._-_
----‘I
I-I
=
&
w
TO
GATE
ARRAY
Figure 40. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL577
50
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Relay Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
IC65SMDL580
This module provides 16 normally-open
relay circuits for controlling user output loads.
Output
switching capacity is two amps, resistive load. 16 LEDs on the module provide a dual function. They
provide a visual indication of the status of each output circuit; each LED reflects the ON or OFF state of
the corresponding circuit. When commanded through programmin g, the module’s starting I/O address
is displayed. Circuit connections are made to the removable terminal block on the front of the module.
The output circuits are divided into two groups of eight. On the terminal block, they are labeled A and
B, with each terminal in the group labeled 1 to 8. Each group of eight has a single common connection,
labeled H. This terminal serves as the hot or common terminal for AC loads or DC loads. The user
must supply the AC or DC source of power for loads connected to the module’s output circuits, and 24
VDC to power the module’s output circuitry.
Table 24. Specifications
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
(see following table)
Maximum Leakage Current
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Fuses Rating and Type, Internal
Internal Power Consumption,
(5 VDC)
External Power Supply Requirements
Weight
for Relay Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
Relay Contact, Normally Open
16
Two groups, eight circuits per group
5 to 30 VDC or 5 to 265 VAC
265 VAC
5.0 amps resistive load; any rated AC voltage
8 amps/common; 16 amps/module
0.1 mA at 265 VAC, 60 Hz
5.0 mA at 5 VAC/DC
5 amps
c 12 ms
c 12 ms
Logic side
8 amps (1 for each group, fast blow)
Total; 152 mA (typ), 180 mA (max)
Each On Point; 9.5 mA
Voltage: 24 VDC, 10%; Current: 160 mA at 26.4 VDC
60 oz (920 g)
Table 25. Load Current Limitations
Operating
Maximum
Current for Load Type
Voltage
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid
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
110 VIX
’ fAssumes
amps
1 amp
5
.l amps
5 amps
1 amp
.l amps
5 amps
1 amp
.l amps
.4 amps
a 15 ms time constant
1 =nP
.2 amps
.02 amps
1 amp
.2 amps
.02 amps
3 amps
1 amp
.2 amps
.02 amps
.l amps
t
Typical Contact Life
(number
of Operations)
200,000
400,000
1,oOO,ooo
100,000
300,000
900,000
100,000
200,000
1,ooo,OOo
1,oOO,ooo
200,000
51
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
a42308
.
16 CIRCUITS ON
NUMBER ‘*
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
6
I
I
1 o”c
I
20°C
I
30°C
I
4o”c
I
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 41. Output Points vs. Temperature
Wiring Information
The following
for IC655MDLSSO
- IC655MDL580
figure provides
the information
required for connecting
field devices to
a42324
MODULE CIRCUCTRY
-I
FIELD WIRINQ
COUPLER
I
Figure 42. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL580
this
module.
52
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Relay Output, 2 Amp - 32 Circuits
IC655MDL581
This module provides 32 normally-open relay circuits for controlling user output loads. The output
switching capacity of this module is two amps, resistive load. The top 16 LEDs on the front of the
module provide a dual function. They provide a visual indication of the status of each output circuit,
with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of the corresponding circuit. And when commanded
through programmin g, they indicate the starting I/O address for the module. Connections to each circuit
are made to the removable terminal block on the front of the module. The output circuits are divided
into four groups of eight. On the terminal block, they are labeled A, B, C, and D, with each terminal in
the group labeled 1 to 8. Each group of eight has a single common connection, labeled H. This terminal
serves as the hot terminal for AC loads or the common terminal for DC loads. The user must supply the
AC or DC source of power for the loads connected to the module’s output circuits, and 24 VDC to
power the module’s output circuitry.
Table 26. Specifications
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
(see following table)
Maximum Leakage Current
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OF’F to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption,
(5 VDC)
External Power Supply Requirements
for Relay Output, 2 Amp - 32 Circuits
Relay Contact, Normally Open
32
Four groups, eight circuits per group
5 to 24 VDC or 5 to 250 VAC
265 VAC
5 amps, resistive load
5 amps/common; 20 amps/module
0.1 mA at 265 VAC, 60 Hz
5.0 mA at 5 VDC
5 amps
10 ms
10 ms
Logic side
Total; 260 mA (typ), 300 mA (max)
Each On Point; 8.0 mA
Voltage: 24 VDC, flO%
Current: 350 mA at 26.4 VDC
Table 27. Load Current Limitations
Operating
Maximum
Current for Load Type
Voltage
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid
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
110 VDC
1 amp
1 amp
.2 amps
.02 amps
1 amp
.l amps
1 mP
.2 amps
.02 amps
3 amps
5 amps
.l amps
5 amps
5 amps
1 amp
.l amps
.4 amps
‘fAssumes a 15 ms time constant
1 amp
.2 amps
.02 amps
.l amps
t
1
Typical Contact Life
(number
of Operations)
200,000
400,000
1,000,000
100,000
300,000
900,000
100,000
200,000
1,oOO,ooo
1,000,000
200,000
I/O Module Specifications
53
GFK-0123
a42325
32 CIRCUITS
NUMBER
OF
CIRCUITS
ON
ON
24
16
1
0
1
1 o*c
*o*c
3o”c
AMBIENT
TOTAL CURRENT
SHOULD
4o”c
TEMPERATURE
5o*c
60°C
(“C)
NOT EXCEED 5 AMPS PER COMMON
Figure 43. Output Points vs. Temperature
Wiring Information
The following
for IC655MDL581
- IC655MDL581
figure provides
the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
a42258
MDDULE ClRCUrrRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRINO
OTHER 7 CIRCUITS
+24VDC
Figure 44. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL581
I/O Module Specifications
54
GFK-0123
Isolated Relay Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits
IC655MDL586
This module provides 12 normally-open and four form C relay circuits for controlling user output loads.
The output switching capacity of this module is 2 amps, resistive load. The 16 status LEDs on the
module provide a dual function. They normally provide a visual indication of the status of each output
circuit with each LED reflecting the On or Off state of the corresponding output. The second function is
that when commanded through programmin g, they indicate the starting I/O address of the module.
Connections to each circuit are made to the removable terminal block on the front of the module. Since
these output circuits are isolated from each other, each output has a separate commun connection. The
user must supply the AC or DC power source for the loads connected to the module’s output circuits,
and 24 VDC to power the module’s output circuitry.
Table 28. Specifications
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Operating Current
(see following table)
Maximum Leakage Current
Smallest Recommended Load
Maximum Inrush current
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption,
(5 VDC)
External
Power Supply Requirements
for Isolated Relay Out - 16 Circuits
Relay Contact, 12 Normally-Open/4 form C
16
Isolated Relay Contact
5 to 30 VDC or 5 to 265 VAC
265 VAC
2 amps, resistive load
2 amps/common
0.1 mA at 265 VAC, 60 Hz
5.0 mA at 5 VDC
2 amps
12 ms
12 ms
Logic side
Each On Point; 9.5 mA
Total; 152 mA (typ), 180 mA (max)
Voltage: 24 VDC, flO%
Current: 160 m.A at 26.4 VDC
Table 29. Load Current Limitations
Operating
Maximum
Current for Load Type
Voltage
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid
24 to 120 VAC
24to 120VAC
24 to 120VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
24 VIX
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
110 Vlx
2 amps
1 -P
.l amps
2 amps
1 -P
.l amps
2 amps
1 -P
.l amps
.4 amps
$Assumes a 15 ms time constant
1 -P
.2 -ps
.02 amps
1 -P
.2 amps
.02 amps
3 amps
1 =nP
.2 amps
.02 -ps
.l amps
t
Typical Contact Life
(number
of Operations)
200,000
400,000
1,oOO,ooo
100,000
300,000
900,000
100,000
200,000
1,oOO,ooo
1,oOO,ooo
200,000
I/O Module Specifications
55
GFK-0123
a42300
16
16 CIRCUITS ON
NUMBER ‘* OF
CIRCUITS
ON
6-
4-
I
1o”c
I
20°C
I
3o”c
I
40°C
I
50°C
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 45. Output Points vs. Temperature
Wiring Information
The following
for IC655MDL586
- IC655MDL586
figure provides
the information
required for connecting
field devices to this module.
a43311
MODULE ClRCUrTRY
TERMINALS
FIELD WIRINQ
AC/DC
NO= NORNALLY OPEN
NC= NORNALLY CLOSE1
Figure 46. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL586
I/O Module Specifications
56
GFK-0123
S/12 VDC TTL Output Positive Logic, 64 Circuits
IC655MDL593
This module provides 64 circuits for controlling user output loads. 32 LEDs on the module indicate the
status of the 32 Outputs associated with one connector. A toggle switch above the top (Jl) connector
allows the user to choose the group of inputs being monitored (A to D, or E to H). The top 16 LEDs
perform a dual function. They normally provide a visual indication of the status of each input circuit
with each LED reflecting the ON or OFF state of the corresponding circuit. Second, when commanded
through programmin g, they indicate the starting I/O address for the module.
Field wiring connections to output loads are made to two 37.pin subminiature D-type connectors
(labeled Jl (A-D) and J2 (E-H)), mounted on the front of the module. One connector is used for two
groups with 16 inputs in each group. The four groups are labeled A and B (group l), C and D (group 2),
E and F (group 3), and group 4 is G and H. The pins in each group are labeled 1 to 8, for example:
group 1 is Al to A8 and B 1 to B8. Each group has a common connection, labeled C. The user must
connect a 5 to 12 VDC power supply to each group, which supplies both the load and the output circuits.
All groups can be powered from a common source or from different sources.
Table 30. Specifications
Output Circuit Type
Number of Circuits
Internal Circuit Grouping
Operating Voltage
Peak Voltage
Maximum Current
Maximum Leakage Current
ON Voltage Drop
OFF to ON Response
ON to OFF Response
Status Indicator Location
Internal Power Consumption
External
Weight
for 5/12 VDC TTL Output Positive Logic - 64 Circuits
NPN Transistor, open collector with internal pull-up
64
Four groups, 16 circuits per group
5 to 12 V-DC
a.
16.5 VDC
90 mA at 15 VDC (current sinking); 1.44 amps/common
.Ol mA
0.4 V at 90 mA/15 V
c 0.1 ms
(5 VDC)
Power Supply Required
0.1 ms
Logic side
50 mA + 3.6 mA per On point + 2.5 mA per On LED
Total; 360 mA (typical), 450 mA (maximum)
5 to 15 VDC, flO%
36 oz (560 g)
Table 31. Maximum
Voltage - Current
vcc
Maximum Current Sourcing
5 VDC
at Output Voltage 3.W
at Output Voltage 6.OV
8.OV
lO.OV
12.ov
Maximum Current Sinking
at ON Voltage Drop 0.4V
15 VDC
0.1 mA
2.5 mA
1.0 mA
at Output Voltage 6.OV
8.OV
/
12 VDC
_
15 mA
60mA
3.8
2.8
1.8
0.8
mA
mA
mA
mA
9OmA
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64 CIRCUITS ON
64
NUMBER 48 OF
CIRCUITS
ON
32-
16 -
I
I
10°C
20°C
I
3o”c
I
I
40°C
5o”c
I
60°C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (“C)
Figure 47. Output Points vs. Temperature
Wiring Information
The following
for IC655MDL593
- IC655MDL593
figure provides the information
MODULE CIRCUITRY
TERMINALS
( HL
FIELD WlRlNG
INPVT CIRCUITS )
required for connecting
MODULE ClRCUll’RY
field devices to this module.
TERMINALS
COUPLER 1
15 CIRCUITS
cOMtvlON-CII
a43323
FlELD WlRlNG
( lTL INPUT CIRCUITS )
CrrHER
15 CIRCUITS
COMMONS
Figure 48. Field Wiring and Typical Circuit for IC655MDL593
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GFK-0123
8 Channel Analog Input
IC655ALG516
The Series Five 8 channel Analog Input
converting an analog input signal to a digital
are provided at the 38 terminal removable
inputs can be +1 to +5 V, 0 to +lO V, -10 to
12 bits binary (1 part in 4096).
module provides eight input channels, each capable of
signal for use as required by your application. Connections
terminal block for either voltage or current inputs. These
+lO V, or 4 to 20 mA. Resolution of the converted signal is
Three groups of LEDs provide a visual indication of module status. A 12.bit LED display provides a
visual indication of the input data. The channel to be displayed is selected by successive depressions of
a pushbutton switch on the front of the module. A group of eight LEDs indicates the selected channel
and another group of eight shows the channel being scanned.
There are three other LEDs on the faceplate. GEN is on when the module address is mapped into either
the Il+ or 12+ status table; DIAG when on, indicates that an internal failure has been detected by the
module, and ADR, when on indicates that the 8 LEDs in the two columns to the right have been
instructed by the CPU to display the module’s starting address in BCD format.
Inputs to the module can be either single ended or differential voltages or a current source. This module
uses an integrating type converter for analog to digital conversion and the conversion time is selectable,
either 10 ms or 100 ms. The integrating converter also provides immunity to noise spikes and has
excellent 60 Hertz noise rejection. Isolation between user inputs and the base unit power supply is
provided by opto-isolators on the module. An Analog Input module consumes 32 consecutive Input
points. , beginning with the fast Input reference assigned to the slot in which the module is installed.
Input range, conversion time, and number of channels to be scanned are selected by configuration of a
group of DIP switches and jumpers.
Field wiring is made to the removable terminal block on the
module. A source of 24 VDC power must be supplied by the user to power some of the module’s
internal circuits.
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The followin
table txovides
a list of sr>ecifications for the Analon InDut module.
Table 32. Specifications
for 8 Channel Analog Input - IC655ALG516
Input Ranges
Channels
+l to +5 V, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to +lO V, -10to+10 V
Resolution
12 Bit Binary (1 part in 4096)
Input Type
Input Impedance
Differential, single ended, or current
Absolute Maximum Voltage
Linearity
Accuracy vs. Temperature
Total Accuracy
3~15 V (maximum voltage to apply to any channel)
* 0.05%, maximum
* 50 ppm (parts per million) per l°C
k 0.4% maximum at 25OC
Conversion Method
Conversion Time
Sample Time
Integration
10 ms or 100 ms (jumper selectable)
10 ms or 100 ms, plus one scan time (typical)
Noise Rejection Ratio
Normal Mode
Common Mode
-6 db at 100 Hz, -60 db at 50 Hz
60 db at less than 100 Hz
8
1 Mohm minimum, (voltage input)
250 ohms, current input
Visual Display
12 bits: Input data display
8 bits: Channel selected for data display
8 bits: Channel being scanned
Internal Power Consumption
+5 VDC, 250 mA maximum (supplied by base unit
External Power Requirement
Input Points Required
Diagnostic LED (DIAG)
Isolation
power qq?lY)
24 VDC k lo%, 150 mA maximum (supplied by user)
32 consecutive points for each module
1 ON for no external power, or if terminal strip disconnected.
Photo-coupling
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Conversion
Time and Sample Time Description
Conversion Time is the time required to look at the analog input data, convert it to a digital value, and
prepare it for use by the CPU. The conversion time for this Analog Input module is jumper selectable
and can be either 10 milliseconds or 100 milliseconds. The module can convert only one of the selected
input channels at a time, and starts converting the next successive channel immediately after the present
channel is converted.
INTEGRATION
TIME
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TIME TO CONVERT TO DIGITAL
FORM SUITABLE FOR CPU
PLUS
----
I
+
IOOMSEC
0
CONVERSION
DONE
(START NEW CONVERSION)
START
NEW
POSITION
Figure 49. Analog Conversion
Time
Sample Time is the time between successive readings of the analog input data that will result in new data
being used by the CPU. For this module, the sample time is equal to (CT + ST) x I-Z,where CT is the 10
or 100 ms conversion time, ST is the CPU scan time, and n is the number of channels being scanned.
For example, if the conversion time is 10 ms, 4 channels are being scanned, and the CPU scan time is 50
ms, then each of the 4 channels will have new data every (10 ms + 50 ms) x 4 = 240 ms. This is the key
timing parameter to consider when designing systems using this module. For the following example of
sample time, assume a typical CPU scan time of 20 milliseconds.
END CONVERSION
NUMBER 1
START CONVERSION
NUMBER 2
+
CPU
SCANS
t
~HIOO
ANALOG
CONVERSION
MS-------H
I
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20MS
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END CONVERSION
NUMBER 2
START CONVERSION
NUMBER 3
I
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’
4
I
20MS
’
4
I
20MS
’
$_
20 MS
’
20 MS
’
20MS
I
CONVERSION
CONVERSION
NUMBER 1 DATA NUMBER 1 DATA
READ BY CPU
READ BY CPU
FIRST TIME
AGAIN
I
SAMPLE TIME
Figure 50. Example of Analog Sample Time
’
20 MS
AL
’
20MS
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User Items
The following figure is an illustration of the Analog Input module showing the user features on the
faceplate and location of jumpers and switches requiring user configuration.
A
ANALOGi
GENo
0
ON LED
INDICATES
CHANNEL
SELECTED
TO
DISPLAY
DATA.
DwF t
1
16
2660
2
4
8
32
64
128
5120
10240
20460
ON WHEN EXTERNAL POWER IS OFF OR
/ TERMINAL BLOCK IS DISCONNECTED.
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c DATA DISPLAY INDICATES DATA INPUT OF CHANNEL
SELECTED BY ‘CH SELECTED”.
t ON LED SHOWS NUMBEROF CHANNEL
CURRENTLY BEING CONVERTED.
-
PUSHBUITON
FOR SELECTKIN
CHANNEL TO BE DISPLAYED.
(1 - 8)
OF
TERMINALS FOR FIELD WIRING
’ TO CHANNELS 1 THROUGH 8.
(”
PIN1
0
NOTE
DOl-IED LINE
CONNECTlONS
ARE TlED
INTERNALLY
TO +24V
AND -24V
CONNECTIONS
, CONNECTIONS FOR EXTERNAL
+ 24 VDC POWER SOURCE.
Figure 51. Analog Input User Items
‘I
Jumper and DIP Switch Configuration
Prior to operation, the DIP switches and jumpers shown in the previous figure must be configured for
proper operation of the Analog Input module. Settings for each configurable parameter are provided in
the following tables.
Table 33. Input Range Selection
Input Range
1 v to +5 v, 4 to 20 mA
0 v to +lO v
-10 v to +lO v
t Factory setting
Pin Configuration
Jl and J4
52 and J6 7
53 and J5
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Table 34. Conversion
Time Selection
Conversion Time
Pin Configuration
10 milliseconds
100 milliseconds
J8 and J9 t
J7 and JlO
7 Factory setting
Table 35. Value of Range Selection
DIP switch
1
Decimal Value
Range
ON t
0 v to +lOV
1 v to +5 v
-10 v to + 10 v
OFF
0 v to +lOV
1 v to +5 v
-10 v to + 10 v
0 to 4095
0 to 4095
0 to 4095
Do not use
Do not use
-2048 to +2047
I
l
tFactory setting
Table 36. Range of Channels to be Scanned
I
I
I
I
DIP Switch
I
Range of Channels to be Scanned
Position
1
1t
1
2
1
OFF
1
l-2
ON
1
l-3
1
1
OFF
1
1-4
ON
I
l-5
I
1
OFF
1
l-6
ON
I
I
l-7
I
1
OFF
1
l-8
ON
3
OFJ?
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
t Factory setting
OFF is the OPEN position on the DIP switch.
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1
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GFK-U123
Analog Input Module Logic Diagram
This Analog Input module can be driven from differential, single ended, or current devices. The figure,
below is an illustration of the schematic for one channel of the Analog Input module. All eight channels
are the same. The following notes cable use should be followed when connecting user devices.
NOTE
Twisted-pair cable should be used when making connections to the module whenever possible.
Twisted-pair with shield is preferred.
...
CH+
CHANNEL
1
P
I
1
P
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I
A/D
1
MULTI -
OV
Jl
---I
VRl:
1-5VSPAN
VR2:
O-10VSPAN
VR3 : f10 V SPAN
VR6
10 V ADJUSTMENT
OF flOv
VR7
1 V ADJUSTMENT
OF 1 TO 5v
VR8
SPAN OF AU RANGES
VR9 : 0 V OF ALL RANGES
VR5 : REFERENCE
VOLTAGE
::
:
52
53
‘0 A / D CONVERTER
_
[email protected]
+
Figure 52. Analog Input Module Logic Diagram
Field Wiring Recommendations
The following
recommendations
should be observed for proper operation of the Analog input module.
All unused inputs should be tied to the common
together on all unused channels).
connection
(connect
the +, -, and OV terminals
If the 24 VDC external supply is power cycled along with the Series 5 CPU/Analog module, glitches
in analog input data may be present for a period of time. Do not cycle 24 VDC power if valid data is
needed immediately after power-up.
The time duration of these glitches depends on the power-up
characteristics of the 24 VDC supply.
If frequent momentary power cycles are anticipated (e.g. off 1 second, then back on), then at least 1
second should lapse before accepting analog data as valid.
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Recommended
Connection
for External Power Source
A 24 VDC power source must be supplied by the user for connection to the module. The 24 VDC is
converted to +15 VDC and -15 VDC in the module for internal circuit power requirements.
USER
CONNECTIONS
1
I
lbloDULE
I
24
CONNECTED
INTERNALLY
*
FOR GREATER
ACCURACY,
CONNECT
OV OF THE
24 VDC POWER
SOURCE
TO THE G TERMINAL
Figure 53. Recommended
Connections
for +24 VDC Power Source
Data Format
The Analog Input module uses 32 consecutive Input points beginning with the first Input point assigned
to the slot in which the module is installed. The 32.bit data format contains the 12 data bits and a status
bit for each channel. The status bit for a channel is a logic 1 (high), when that channel has valid data.
Table 37. Analog Input Data Format
Input
Reference
Number
Data
Bit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Input
Reference
Number
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Data
Bit
Input
Reference
Number
Status
Bit
Input
Reference
Number
Bit
9
10
11
12
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
CH 1
CH2
CH 3
CH4
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
4
*
*
*
4
*
*
*
* not used
1. Data bit 12 (MSB) to 16 indicates the sign of the data input when the -10 to +lO V rangeis selected. Bit ON; sign is -, bit OFF; sign is +.
2. Each Analog Input module consumes 32 consecutive Input points.
3. The Data Display LEDs on the module’s faceplate correspond to the weight assigned to each bit as shown below.
Weight
Bit
1
2
3
1
2
4
5
6
7
16
32
64
Bit
9
10
11
4
8
8
128
12
Bit
I
Weight
Weight
256
512
1024
2048
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Wiring Information
The following
- IC655ALG516
figures are a guide for connecting
USER WIRING
field devices to the Analog Input module.
1
MODULE
a42886
i
v
1 TO +lO
1TO
+5
VOLTAGE
A/D
-
A/D
-
OPT0
ISOLATOR
_
t
I
OPT0
ISOLATOR
USER
I LOGIC
SIDE
I
I
I
I
SIDE
1OOOVAC
ISOLATION
Figure 54. Single Ended Voltage Input - Typical Connections
USER WIRING
t
+
fT7’\
I
+,
MODULE
VOLTAGE
I
I
AID
-
_
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OPT0
ISOLATOR
I
l 1
I/O
MULTI;-\
BUS
r
IDTO
+lO
+
_
lTO+lO
____
_
A/D
-
I
OPT0
ISOLATOR
l
I
II
I
II
I-Y
USER
1
+24V
POWER
SUPPLY
715oMA
OV
l
n!7
h7)
+A
KII
_’ 0
\LLJ
+24V
ov
I
Figure 55. Differential
SIDE
’
!
LOGIC
SIDE
i
I
1OOOVAC
ISOLATION
Voltage Input - Typical Connections
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USER WIRING
1
i
MODULE
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I
I
4-20MA
.L .a. .-
OPT0
ISOLATOR
I
I/O
BUS
+
r
4-20MA
INPUT
CfiI IPfiC
Y
i
USER
I LOGIC
SIDE
!
SIDE
I
1 OOOVAC
ISOLATION
Figure 56. 4 to 20 MA Self Powered Input Source - Typical Connections
EXTERNAL
POWER
+24V
USER
WIRING
(TYPICAL)
/ +24V
0
4-20MA
,
I
/*
MODULE
7-
+
INPUT
SOURCE
A/D
+
_ a42889
I
-
OPT0
ISOLATOR
.
I
I I
MULTI PLEXE
I/O
BUS
1)
1
.=7’ . . .
+;+24V
1
*
USER
’ LOGIC
SIDE
1
SIDE
I
I
1OOOVAC
ISOLATION
Figure 57. 4 to 20 MA Wire Transmitter
(Requires External Power) - Typical Connections
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Analog Input Module Calibration
Calibration in the field is normally not required since each Analog Input module is calibrated at the
factory.
If a module requires calibration, refer to the procedures listed below. Also, refer to the
following figure as a guide to the location of test points and potentiometers used during the calibration
procedure.
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i~n~n~n~n~~~-n-n-n-n-n,-~!
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I
Figure 58. Location of Components
Calibration
Used for Calibration
Procedures
1. Adjust VR5 so that the voltage between pin 1 and pin 4 is +lO.OO VDC.
2 . Select a conversion
time of 10 milliseconds
3 . Select the 0 to +lO V range by configuring
4 . DIP switch positions
by configuring
jumpers
J8 and J9.
jumpers J2 and J6.
should be:
A. Switch 1 = ON (sets sign of MSB (data bit 12) to +)
B. Switch 2, 3, and 4 OFF (to scan only Channel 1)
5 . Adjust VR8 so that the voltage between pin 5 and pin 1 is +4.750 VDC.
6 . Connect a voltage source of +O.OOl V to Channel 1 and adjust VR9 so that only bit 1 of the data
display LEDs goes from ON to OFF.
7.
Connect a voltage source of +9.999 V to Channel 1 and adjust VR2 so that all data display LEDs
are ON, except the LSB (bit 1).
8 . Adjustment
of common mode:
A. Apply a sine wave to channel 1 in the range of 0 to 10 V, peak-to-peak,
at 50 Hz.
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;
FIELD
MODULE
.
CHANNEL
1
1ov PEAK-TO-PEAK
50Hz
‘88;’
2
Figure 59. Sine Wave Input for Common Mode Adjustment
B. Adjust VR4 so that this signal is detected as being less than 10 mv (the 0 through 2 bits will be
ON in the 0 to +lO V range).
9 . Select the +l to +5 V range by configuring
Jl and J4.
A. Apply +1 .OOOV to Channel 1 and adjust VR7 so that only bit 1 is flashing (LED 1 on data
display).
B. Apply +5.000 V to Channel 1 and adjust VRl so that the data display LEDs are all ON, except
LED 1.
C. Repeat the two previous steps as necessary.
10 . Select the -10 to +lO V range by configuring J3 and J5, and setting SW1 to the OFF position.
Switch 1 in the OFF position sets the sign of the MSB to - (negative).
A . Apply -9.998 V to Channel 1 and adjust VR6 so that the pattern observed on the data display is
between 1000 0000 0000 and 1000 0000 000.2 (MSB is the bit on the left of the pattern).
B . Apply +0.002 V to Channel 1 and adjust VR3 so that only bit 1 (LED 1) goes from ON to OFF.
C . Repeat step A, if the results are the same as previously obtained, proceed with step D. If not,
repeat steps A and B until the desired results are obtained.
D . Apply +9.995, &5 mv and observe that the data pattern that you see on the data display LEDs is
0111 1111 1111 too11111111110.
11. When the previous data pattern is correct, depress DIP switch 1 to the ON position and select the 0
to +lO V range by configuring J2 and J6.
12. Next, configure DIP switches 2 through 4, and check the other channels for calibration.
data can be displayed for each of the channels.
13. Check the current input for each channel (select the 1 to 5 V range by configuring
also selects the 4 to 20 mA range).
Ensure that
JI and J4; this
14. Select the 100 millisecond conversion time by configuring J7 and JlO and repeat the above steps.
The results should be the same as with the 10 ms conversion time (there can be a 2 to 3 bit
difference).
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GFK-0123
2 Channel Analog Output (0 to +lO V or 4 to 20 mA)
IC655ALG566
This Series Five 2 Channel Analog Output module 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.
This module provides both voltage and current outputs. Connections for field wiring are made to the 20
screws on the removable terminal block. These outputs can be voltage (0 to +lO V), or current (4 to 20
mA). Resolution of the converted signal is 12 bits binary (1 part in 4096). Twelve LEDs on the
faceplate provide a 12,bit binary display which can indicate resolution of the output as a percent of full
scale.
The module can drive either single ended or differential voltage devices or current devices.
User
devices to be driven are optically isolated from the base unit power supply by opto-isolators on the
module. An Analog output module consumes 32 consecutive Output points, beginning with the first
output reference assigned to the slot in which the module is installed.
In addition to the 12 LEDs described above, there are three other LEDs viewable
GEN LED is on when the module address is mapped into either the Ol+ or 02+
LED when on, indicates that an internal failure has been detected by the module.
on, indicates that the 8 LEDs in the two columns to the right have been instructed
the starting address for the module in BCD format.
Table 38. Specifications
Output Ranges
Channels
Resolution
Output Impedance
Output Current
Load Impedance
Linearity
Accuracy vs. Temperature
Total Accuracy
Conversion Timing
Conversion Time
Visual Display
Isolation
Internal Power Consumption
External Power Requirement
Output Points Required
Diagnostic LED (DIAG)
on the faceplate. The
status table; the DIAG
The ADR LED, when
by the CPU to display
for 2 Channel Analog Output
0 to +lO V and 4 to 20 mA
2 (independent)
12 Bit Binary (1 part in 4096)
0.5 ohms maximum, voltage output
20 mA maximum, voltage output
550 ohms (max.), 5 ohms (min.), current output
*0.05%, maximum
k50 ppm (parts per million) per l°C
+0.4% maximum at 25OC
Begins as soon as new data is loaded into the module from
the CPU.
0.1 milliseconds
12 LEDs for each channel. This 12 bit binary display
indicates output voltage or current. Can be used to
estimate output as a percent of full scale.
optical coupling
+5 VDC, 150 mA maximum (supplied by base unit power
SUPPlY)
24 VDC *lo%, 200 mA maximum (supplied by user)
32 consecutive points for each module
ON for: no external power, or if terminal strip is
disconnected.
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User Items
The following figure is an illustration of the Analog Output module showing the user features on the
faceDlate There are no jumpers or switches on this module requiring configuration.
ANALOG
NTPUT
3EN0
1
0 DlAG&p
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e ON WHEN
TERMINAL
EXTERNAL
POWER IS OFF OR
BLOCK IS DISCONNECTED.
:Hl 1
2
4
a
16
32
64
12;8
256D
6120
1024 0
a480
CHANNEL
1 DATA
DISPLAY
:H21
2
4
a
16
32
64
126
2560
5120
10240
2046n
CHANNEL
2 DATA
DISPLAY
L0
CHANNEL
1 CONNECTIONS
WIRING TO FIELD DEVICE
FOR
CHANNEL
2 CONNECTIONS
WIRING TO FIELD DEVICE
FOR
,0
0,
0
%+I’
-I
0.
0,
,0
-
+V
,0
,0
0,
0
0
0.
I--I :0 a
I
,r0I
24VI
I 0
sl,1’-V
VR7
”
'0
a
@j
d
ve3
CBV&l3
q
-15vo
I
NOTE
DOTTED LINE
CONNECTIONS
ARE TIED
INTERNALLY
TO +24V
AND -24V
CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
FOR EXTERNAL
+ 24 VDC POWER SOURCE
Figure 60. Analog Output Module (0 to +lOV or 4 to 20 mA) User Items
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Analog Output Module Circuitry
The Analog Output module is capable of driving devices requiring either single ended or differential
voltage or current inputs. The following figure is an illustration of the logic diagram for one of the
Analog Input module channels. The following group of notes is applicable to this module and should be
followed when connecting user devices.
NOTE
Maximum loading is 20 mA for full voltage output; this does not apply to the 4 to 20 mA
current output. Both outputs on this module are single ended and are referenced internally to the
same user side common which is isolated from the Series Five PLC chassis ground. All OV (user
side common) points are connected together internally in this module. If multiple destinations are
connected to the same output module, their reference points (OV) must be connected together and
be at the same voltage. Twisted-pair cable should be used when possible; twisted-pair with shield
is preferred.
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MODULE
l-l
VR2 +-I
1
L&l
D/A
-
LJI;5
I-A Y
V
1
l
I
I
FIELD
WIRING
l-?-l
+
I
AA
VR5
4 - 20mA
OUTPUT-LOAD
5 - 500 ohms
b
VR3
VR4
_
OTO+lOV
OUTPUT
1
VRI
VR2
VR3
VR4
VR5
VR7
VR0
VR9
VR6
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
REFERENCE
CHI SPAN
CHI OV
CHI 4mA
CHI IOV
CH2 SPAN
CH2 OV
CH2 4mA
CH2 IOV
VOLTAGE
Figure 61. Logic Diagram for Analog Output Module - IC655ALG566
20 mA
MAXIMUM
72
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Recommended
Connection
for External Power Source
A 24 VDC power source must be supplied by the user for connection to the module.
voltage source is converted to various DC voltages in the module for internal
requirements.
This 24 VDC
circuit power
USER
CONNECTIONS
1
MoDULE
IROUND
24
CONNECTED
INTERNALLY
*
FOR GREATER
ACCURACY,
TO THE G TERMINAL
Figure 62. Recommended
CONNECT
OV OF THE 24 VDC
Connections
POWER
SOURCE
for +24 VDC Power Source
Data Format
This Analog Output module consumes 32 consecutive output points beginning with the first output point
assigned to the slot in which the module is installed. Each of the two channels uses 12 of the 32 bits for
data. The following table shows the data format for each channel relative to the Output points.
Table 39. Analog Output Data Format
output
Reference
Number
,
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CH 1
Data
Bit
output
Reference
Number
CH 1
Data
Bit
9
10
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
11
12
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
output
Reference
Number
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
CH2
Data
Bit
output
Reference
Number
CH2
Data
Bit
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
9
10
11
12
*
*
*
*
* not used
1. Data bit 12 (MSB) to 16 indicates the sign of the data input when the - 10 to +lO V range is selected. Bit ON; sign is -, bit OFF, sign is +.
NOTE
In a Series Five program, the results of output value calculations (scaling) must not become
negative. Negative Z’s complement numbers-correspond to binary values beyond 32767, i.e. a
transition from 0 to -1 generates an output value change to maximum current (or voltage).
I/O Module Specifications
73
. .
GFK-0123
Analog Output Module Calibration
The Analog Output module is calibrated at the factory; calibration in the field is normally not required.
If an Analog Output module requires calibration, refer to the procedures listed below. Also, refer to the
following figure as a guide to the location of the potentiometers referenced in the calibration procedures.
a42333
VR2 VR3
VR4
’
+1 ov
VR7 VR8 VR9
+15v
i!Rl
L
Figure 63. Location of User Items for Module Calibration
Calibration
Procedures
1. Check voltage between the listed points.
A. Between pin OV and pin +lW: voltage must be 17.3 VDC to 18.7 VDC.
B. Between pin OV and pin -15V: voltage must be -15 VDC k1.5 VDC.
2. If these voltages are not as listed, check the 24 VDC power supply connected to the module.
3. Adjust VRl so that the voltage between pin OV and pin +lOV is 10.000 Volts dc.
4. Adjust VR3 so that the voltage output of Channel 1 is M.00 millivolts with all data 0 (zero).
5. Adjust VR8 so that the voltage output of Channel 2 is ti.00 millivolts with all data 0 (zero)
6. Adjust VR4 so that the current output of Channel 1 is 4.000 milliamps with all data 0 (zero).
7. Adjust VR9 so that the current output of Channel 2 is 4.000 milliamps with all data 0 (zero).
8. Adjust VR2 so that the current output of Channel 2 is 20.000 milliamps with all data “ 1’ ‘.
9. Adjust VR7 so that the current output of Channel 1 is 20.000 milliamps with all data “1”.
10. Adjust VR5 so that the voltage output of Channel 1 i$ 10.000 Volts dc with all data “ 1”.
11. Adjust VR6 so that the voltage output of Channel 2 is 10.000 Volts dc with all data “1”.
12. Repeat steps 3 through 10 until all voltage and current readings are correct.
NOTE
When setting the range to 0 V and/or 4 mA, set the scale to OOOH;when setting the range
to full scale -t set the scale to FFFH (from the user logic program).
74
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
2 Channel Analog Output (-10
to +lOV)
IC655ALG567
This Series Five 2 Channel Analog Output module 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.
This module provides only voltage outputs. The output voltage range is -10 to +lO volts. Connections
for field wiring are made to the 20 screws on the removable terminal block. Resolution of the converted
signal is 12 bits binary (1 part in 4096). Twelve LEDs on the faceplate provide a 12.bit binary display
which can indicate resolution of the output as a percent of full scale.
The module can drive either single ended or differential voltage devices or current devices.
User
devices to be driven are optically isolated from the base unit power supply by opto-isolators on the
module. An Analog output module consumes 32 consecutive Output points, beginning with the first
output reference assigned to the slot in which the module is installed.
In addition to the 12 LEDs described above, there are three other LEDs viewable on the faceplate. GEN
is on when the module address is mapped into either the Ol+ or 02+ status table; DIAG when on,
indicates that an internal failure has been detected by the module, and ADR, when on indicates that the 8
LEDs in the two columns to the right have been instructed by the CPU to display the module’s starting
address in BCD format.
Table 40. Specifications
Output Range
Channels
Resolution
Output Impedance
Output Current
Load Impedance
Linearity
Accuracy vs. Temperature
Total Accuracy
Conversion Timing
Conversion Time
Visual Display
Isolation
Internal Power Consumption
External Power Requirement
Output Points Required
Diagnostic LED (DIAG)
for 2 Channel Analog Output, -10 to +10V
-10 to +lO v
2 (independent)
12 Bit Binary (1 part in 4096)
0.5 ohms maximum, voltage output
k 10 mA maximum
1K ohm maximum
kO.O5%, maximum
-I-COppm (parts per million) per l*C
310.4%maximum at 25*C
Begins as soon as new data is loaded into the module from
the CPU.
0.1 milliseconds
12 LEDs for each channel. This 12 bit binary display
indicates output voltage. Can be used to estimate output
as a percent of full scale.
optical coupl.ing
+5 VDC, 150 mA maximum (supplied by base unit power
supply)
24 VDC HO%, 200 mA maximum (supplied by user)
32 consecutive points for each module
ON for: no external power, or if terminal strip is
disconnected.
I/O Module Specifications
75
GFK-0123
User Items
The following figure is an illustration of the Analog Output module showing the user features on the
faceplate There are no jumpers or switches on this module requiring configuration.
0UW.K
~~~~~
GEN 0
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ANALOG
0 DiAG&
ON WHEN
+ TERMINAL
EXTERNAL
POWER IS OFF OR
BLOCK IS DISCONNECTED.
CHl 1
16
2
32
4
64
8 128
2560
512 q
1024D
{- p
CHANNEL
1 DATA
DISPLAY
CH21
16
2
32
4
64
8 128
2560
512 0
1024~
{- p
CHANNEL
2 DATA
DISPLAY
CHANNEL
1 CONNECTIONS
WIRING TO FIELD DEVICE
FOR
CHANNEL
2 CONNECTIONS
WIRING TO FIELD DEVICE
FOR
q
VRlO
+1ovo
[email protected]
ova
1
VRl
OP3
A
I
-
B
VRll
q
+15vo
-1svo
NOTE
DOTTED LINE
CONNECTIONS
ARE TIED
INTERNALLY
TO +24V
AND -24V
CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
FOR EXTERNAL
+ 24 VDC POWER SOURCE
Figure 64. Analog Output Module (-10 to +lO V) User Items
76
I/O Module Specifications
GFK-0123
Analog Output Module Circuitry
The Analog Output module is capable of driving devices requiring either single ended or differential
voltage inputs. The following figure is an illustration of the logic diagram for one of the Analog Input
module channels. The following group of notes is applicable to this module and should be followed
when connecting user devices.
NOTE
Maximum loading is 20 mA for full voltage output. Both outputs on this module are single
ended and are referenced internally to the same user side common which is isolated from the
Series Five PLC chassis ground. All OV (user side common) points are connected together
internally in this module. If multiple destinations are connected to the same output module, their
reference points (OV) must be connected together and be at the same voltage. Twisted-pair cable
should be used when possible; twisted-pair with shield is preferred.
a43321
MODULE
i;
IDEMUX~
I
\
VR2 +-I
D/A
1 FIELD
1 WIRING
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
L
VR3
lOTO+lOV
OUTPUT
1
VRI
VR2
VR3
VR4
VR5
VR7
VR8
VR9
VR6
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
REFERENCE VOLTAGE
CHl SPAN
CHl OV
CHl 4mA
CHl 1OV
CH2 SPAN
CH2 OV
CH2 4mA
CH2 1OV
Figure 65. Logic Diagram for Analog Output Module - IC655ALG567
20 mA
MAXIMUM
I/O Module Specifications
77
GFK-0123
Recommended
Connection
for External Power Source
A 24 VDC power source must be supplied by the user for connection to the module.
voltage source is converted to various DC voltages in the module for internal
requirements.
This 24 VDC
circuit power
042328
USER
CONNECTIONS
1
MoDULE
24
CONNECTED
INTERNALLY
*
FOR GREATER
ACCURACY,
TO THE G TERMINAL
Figure 66. Recommended
CONNECT
OV OF THE 24 VDC
Connections
POWER
SOURCE
for +24 VDC Power Source
Data Format
This Analog Output module consumes 32 consecutive output points beginning with the first output point
assigned to the slot in which the module is installed. Each of the two channels uses 12 of the 32 bits for
data. The following table shows the data format for each channel relative to the Output points.
Table 41. Analog Output Data Format
output
Reference
Number
CH 1
Data
Bit
output
Reference
Number
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
* not
CH 1
Data
sit
9
10
11
12
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
output
Reference
Number
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
CH2
Data
Bit
output
Reference
Number
CH2
Data
Bit
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
9
10
11
12
*
used
1. Data bit 12 (MSB) to 16 indicates the sign of the data input when the -10 to +lO V range is selected. Bit ON; sign is -, bit OFF; sign is +.
NOTE
In a Series Five program, the results of output value calculations (scaling) must not become
negative. Negative 2’s complement numbers correspond to binary values beyond 32767, i.e. a
transition from 0 to -1 generates an output value change to maximum current (or voltage).
I/O Module Specifications
78
,
GFK-0123
Wiring Information
The following
- IC655ALG567
figure is a guide for connecting
the outputs to field devices.
MODULE
CIRCUITRY
FIELD
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WIRING
CHl
+
10mA
MAX.
+
10 mA
MAX.
ov
ov
kV
I
CH2
NOTE
DOITED LINE
CONNECTIONS
ARE TIED
INTERNALLY
TO +24V
AND -24V
CONNECTIONS
ov
A-n
zzl
I
I
.I
Figure 67. Field Wiring Connections
ii
ii
II
II
II
IP
II
II
A/
Jt-_-
MAY BE CONNECTED
EXTERNAL
POWER
SOURCE
for IC655ALG567
I/O Module Specifications
79
GFK-0123
Analog Output Module Calibration
The Analog Output module is calibrated at the factory; calibration in the field is nommlly not required.
If an Analog Output module requires calibration, refer to the procedures listed below. Also, refer to the
following figure as a guide to the location of the potentiometers referenced in the calibration procedures.
a42333
vR2 VR3
E
VR4
VR7 VR8 VRQ
0
’
+1 ov
P
+15v
;Rl
\
Figure 68. Location of User Items for Module Calibration
Calibration
Procedures
1. Check voltage between the listed points.
A. Between pin OV and pin +lW:
voltage must be 17.3 VDC to 18.7 VDC.
B. Between pin OV and pin -15V: voltage must be -15 VDC US
VDC.
2. If these voltages are not as listed, check the 24 VDC power supply connected
to the module.
3. Adjust VRl so that the voltage between pin OV and pin +lOV is 10.000 Volts dc.
4. Adjust VR3 so that the voltage output of Channel 1 is HXOO millivolts
with all data 0 (zero).
5. Adjust VR8 so that the voltage output of Channel 2 is M.00 millivolts
with all data 0 (zero)
6. Adjust VR5 so that the voltage output of Channel 1 is 10.000 Volts dc with all data “ 1”.
7. Adjust VR6 so that the voltage output of Channel 2 is 10.000 Volts dc with all data “ 1”.
8. Repeat steps 3 through 7 until all voltage readings are correct.
I
11
Index
GFK0123A
1
8
115 VAC Input, 32 Circuits, 28
115/230 VAC, 26
Input, 16 Circuits, 26
Isolated Input, 16 Circuits, 30
Isolated Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits, 46
Output, 1 Amp - 32 Circuits, 48
Output, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits, 44
2
2 Channel Analog Output, -10 to +10 V, 74
2 Channel Analog Output, 0 to +lO V (4 to 20
nw, 69
24 VAC/DC, 22
Input, Pos. Logic - 32 Circuits, 22
Isolated Input, Pos. Logic - 16 Circuits, 20
24 VDC Input, 14
Neg. Logic, 16 Circuits, 14
Neg. Logic, 32 Circuits, 16
Pos./Neg. Logic, 64 Circuits, 18
24 VDC Output, 38
Neg. Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32 Circuits, 38
Neg. Logic, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits, 36
Pos. Logic, 0.5 Amp - 32 Circuits, 42
Pos. Logic, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits, 40
4
4 to 20 mA Wire Transmitter,
Input, 66
Analog
5
5/12 VDC TTL, 32
Input, Pos./Neg. Logic - 64 Circuits, 32
Output, Pos. Logic - 64 Circuits, 56
8 Channel Analog Input, 58
A
Address Display, LED, 8
ADR LED, Description of, 8
Analog Input, 58
8 Channel, 58
Data Format, 64
Analog output, 74
-10 to +lOV, 74
0 to +lOV or 4 to 20 mA, 69
Data Format, 72
Analog Output Data Format, 77
Assigning Base Unit ID Numbers,
10
Base Unit ID Numbers,
of, 10
Assigning
C
Calibration, 67
Analog Input, 67
Analog output (-10 to +lOV), 79
Analog Output (0 to +lOV or 4 to 20
mA>, 73
Channels Scanned, Analog Input, 62
Compatibility, TTL, for IC655MDL533,33
Configuration, Analog Input, 6 1
Connectors, Wiring, 5
Conversion Time Selection, Analog Input, 62
Conversion Time, Analog, 60
Current Drain, I/O Modules, 2
D
6
64 Point Modules, Connector, 5
Data Format, 64
Analog Input, 64
Analog output (-10 to +lOV, 77
I
12
Index
GFK-0123A
Data Format (cant)
Analog Output (0 to +lOV or 4 to 20
mA>, 72
DIAG LED, Description of, 8
Differential Voltage Input, Analog, 65
E
External Power Connections,
Modules, 64,72,77
Analog
F
FB LED, Description of, 8
Features, I/O Modules, 3
Field Wiring, 7
16 Point Modules, 7
32 Point Modules, 7
64 Point Modules, 7
Considerations, 12
Routing of, 12
Format, Data, 72
(0 to +lOV or 4 to 20 mA), 72
Analog Input, 64
Analog output (-10 to +lOV), 77
Fuses, List of, 10
Fuses, Output Modules, 10
G
GEN LED, Description of, 8
General Specifications, 2
Guide to Location of Specifications,
I/O Module (cant)
wiring, 4
I/O Modules, Description of, 1
I/O Modules, list of, 1
I/O References, Assigning to Modules, 9
IC655ALG516,58
IC655ALG566,69
IC655ALG567,74
IC655MDL501,14
IC655MDL502,16
IC655MDL503,18
IC655MDL5 11,20
IC655MDL512,22
IC655MDL524,24
IC655MDL525,26
IC655MDL526,28
IC655MDL527,30
IC655MDL533,32
IC655MDL55 1,36
IC655MDL552,38
IC655MDL555,40
IC655MDL556,42
IC655MDL575,44
IC655MDL576,46
IC655MDL577,48
IC655MDL580,50
IC655MDL581,52
IC655MDL586,54
IC655MDL593,56
ID Numbers, Assigning to Base Units, 10
Input Range Selection, Analog Input, 62
Input Simulator 16/32 Circuits, 24
Installation, I/O Module, 9, 11
Isolated Relay Out, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits, 54
13
K
I
I/O Information, General, 1
I/O Module, 2
Features, 2,3
Installation, 9, 11
Keying, 6
Power Consumption, 2
Specifications, 13
Key Location Chart, 6
Keying, Modules, 6
L
LED, 8
Address Display, 8
Starting Address Display, 8
Index
I-3
,
GFK-0123A
LED (cant)
Status Display, 8
Load Requirements, I/O Modules, 2
Logic Diagram, 63
Analog Input, 63
Analog Output (-10 to +lOV), 76
Analog Output (0 to +lOV or 4 to 20
mN, 71
Logicmaster 5, Starting Address Display
Command, 8
Ring Lug Size, 11
S
M
Module, 8
Address Display, Description of, 8
Installation, 11
Keying, 6
Specifications, 13
Specifications, Guide to, 13
wiring, 4
Module Specification, Guide to Location, 13
Modules, Features of, 3
Modules, List of, 1
0
OIU, Starting Address Display Command,
Output Module Fuses, 10
8
Sample Time, Analog, 60
Selecting Conversion Time, Analog Input, 62
Selecting Input Range, Analog Input, 62
Self Powered Input Source (4 to 20 mA),
Analog, 66
Series Five I/O Modules, 1
Single Ended Voltage Input, Analog, 65
Spade Lug Size, 11
Specifications, 2
General, 2
Guide to Location of, 13
Section 2, 13
Status Indicator Address Display, 8
Status Indicators, Description of, 7
T
Temperature, 2
Operating, 2
Storage, 2
Terminal Block, 4
Description of, 4
Key Location Chart, 6
Removable, 4
TTL Compatibility for IC655MDL533,33
P
Power Consumption,
I/O Modules, 2
R
Range of Channels Scanned, Analog Input, 62
References, Assigning I/O, 9
Relay Out, 50
2 Amp - 16 Circuits, 50
2 Amp - 32 Circuits, 52
Isolated, 2 Amp - 16 Circuits, 54
Removable Terminal Block, 4
Ring and Spade Lug Size, 11
W
wiring, 4
16 Point Modules, 4,7
32 Point Modules, 4,7
64 Point Modules, 5,7
GE Fanuc Automation
North America, Inc., Charlottesville,
Virginia
GFK-OI23A
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