I SERIES SIX PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS I/O CONTROL MODULE

I SERIES SIX PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS I/O CONTROL MODULE
SERIES SIX
PROGRAMMABLE
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GEK-83506B
DPU, PDT and
User I/O interfaces
CONTROLLERS
I/O CONTROL MODULE
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The I/O (Input/Output) Control module is utilized in the
Series Six Central Processing Unit (CPU) to provide an
interface between the CPU and the primary I/O chain; it
also controls data transfers between the CPU and
peripheral devices such as the Program Development
Terminal (PDT) and the Data Processor Unit (DPU).
The features and benefits of this module are summarized
in Table 1.
an I/O Receiver module up to 50 feet away; the other
connector, marked “PP/DPU”, can be used to connect a
cable from the DPU or the PDT.
The user has the option of selecting (by jumper) whether
the CPU enters the STOP mode (and Alarm No. 1 and
No. 2 are activated) if there is a Data Processor Window
failure and/or a Communications Window failure
(between the I/O Control and the Communications Control Module (CCM)), in the course of an execution sequence by the CPU. If these options are not selected, the
CPU closes the window to the DPU and/or CCM at the
occurrence of a window failure, and an Alarm Condition
No. 2 prevails.
The module provides four Light-Emitting Diodes
(LED’s), visible through a lens on the faceplate, which indicate I/O-chain parity and continuity conditions, whether
user I/O are enabled, and problems with the DPU
interface. The LEDs operate only when the module is installed in a properly powered CPU rack.
Refer to Figure 1 (next page) for I/O Control module
specifications.
Two, 37-pin “D” type connectors are available for cable
connections. One, marked “I/O”, can be used for linking
TABLE 1.
FEATURES
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FEATURES AND BENEFITS
BENEFITS
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Contains I/O and Communication Interfaces.
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Centralized control of CPU Interface operations.
Four LED indicators:
CHAINOK
PARITY
ENABLED
DPU
Simplifies
troubleshooting.
Can be used in Models 60,600 and 6000 CPUs.
Reduced spare-parts inventory.
- Dimensions:
- Power Requirements: 5 Vdc, 1.0 A
(Supplied by CPU power supply)
Circuit Board: 8.15 x 11.0 (inches)
208 x 280 (mm)
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Faceplate:
- Operating Temperature:
12.46 x 1.175 (inches)
317 x 30 (mm)
Storage Temperature:
- Humidity:
FIGURE I. SPECIFICATIONS
0o t o 70oC
Oo to 60°C
5% - 95% (non-condensing)
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0 D-Type 37-Pin Connector to PDT or DPU
02
PARITY Light
On:
Input-data parity is OK at the I/O Control
module.
Off:
Input-data parity error exists.
D-Type 37-Pin Connector to Primary I/O Chain
Connects to I/O Receiver module in nearest I/O
rack in primary chain.
0 User Selection Jumpers
See the “Installation” section of this Data Sheet.
04 CHAIN OK Light
On:
off:
Continuity, power, and output-data parity
are OK at all I/O stations in the primary
chain.
A continuity or power problem or output
data parity error exists at one or more
primary-chain I/O stations.
@ ENABLED Light
On:
The outputs are enabled. CPU is operating
in the RUN ENABLED mode.
Off:
The outputs are disabled. CPU is in the
RUN DISABLED or the STOP mode.
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DPU Light
On:
Data Processor is OK.
Off:
A continuity error or other type of problem exists with the DPU.
FIGURE 2. USER ITEMS
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Ref. PC-S6-84-0158
GEK-83506
I/O Control Module
INSTALLATION
Before installing the I/O Control module in either the
Model 60, 600 or 6000 CPU, refer to Table 2 and determine if the User Selection jumpers are in the appropriate
positions.
A further discussion of these jumper selections is provided
in the General Description section of this data sheet.
Install this module to the immediate left of the CPU
power supply. Use the extraction/insertion tool supplied
with the CPU to insert (or remove) this module in the appropriate card slot. Secure the faceplate to the rack using
the thumbscrews at the top and bottom.
*TABLE 2.
Connect an I/O cable (Part No. IC600WDXXXA, where
“XXX” is a three-digit number corresponding to the
cable length) between the l/O Receiver module in the
nearest I/O rack in the primary chain and the faceplate
connector on this module; secure the connector using the
furnished screws.
NOTE
The total length of I/O cable interconnetting the I/O racks in the I/O
station, including the cable connecting
t h i s m o d u l e t o t h e n e a r e s t I/O
receiver, can not exceed 50 feet (15
meters),
USER SELECTION JUMPERS
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NOTE:
JUMPER
POSITION
B
B
E
E
H
H
A-B
B-C
D-E
E-F
G-H
H-I
FUNCTION
DPU present
DPU not present
DPU fault causes Alarms No. 1 and 2
DPU fault causes Alarm No. 2
CCM fault causes Alarms No. 1 and 2
CCM fault causes Alarm No. 1
Alarm No. 1 results in the CPU entering the STOP mode; Alarm No. 2 is an advisory condition.
GEK-83506
I/O Control Module
ORDERING INFORMATION
Faceplate
Circuit Board and Faceplate
IC600FP509A
IC600CB503A
CATALOG
NUMBER
REVISION
SUFFIX
The equipment listed above having the catalog numbers shown and the same equipment
having a higher alpha suffix is designed for listing by UL for use as auxiliary control devices.
The equipment is a direct replacement for equipment having the same catalog number but a
lower alpha suffix.
The UL symbol on the nameplate means the product is listed by Underwriters
Laboratories Inc. (UL Standard No. 508, Industrial Control Equipment, subsection Electronic
Power Conversion Equipment.)
For further information, contact your local GE Fanuc sales office.
JANU A R Y ,
1984
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