IC600BF914

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IC600BF914

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  • Manufacturer: GE Fanuc
  • Description: 6 points Reed Relay Output Module
  • Weight: 3 lbs :: ≈ 2 kgs
  • Warranty: 2 Years
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REED RELAY OUTPUT MODULE GEK-83540 OUTPUT 0 - 250 V AC/DC 0- 100VA GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Reed Relay Output module can be utilized in either an I/O Rack or a Model 60 CPU to provide a compact, electrically-isolated, relay contact interface between user power supplies and discrete loads. The Reed Relay Output module features and benefits are summarized in Table I, The module includes six, Form C, mercury-wetted relays; each output circuit is separately fused and contains an LED that indicates when the circuit coil is energized. All six outputs are updated by the Series Six CPU during an I/O scan. The de-energized state of each relay is jumper-selectable by the user; either normally-open (N.O.) or normallyclosed (N.C.) contacts can be selected on a circuitby- circuit basis. The user also has the option to exclude the RC protection circuit provided for each output; this jumper-selectable option provides for low-level analog and instrumentation signals. Refer to Figure 1 (next page) for Reed Relay Output module specifications. TABLE 1. FEATURES AND BENEFITS i FEATURES BENEFITS Normally Open/Normally Closed contact selection. I Useful in a variety of applications I r 6 relay outputs per module. Low cost per output point Individual fuses and status indicators Protection and monitoring aids , 250 V AC/DC (100 Volt-Amps max) Can be used with wide range of AC or DC loads Provides Electrical Isolation (750 Volts max) between user field devices and the Series Six Controller Reed Relay Output Module GEK-83540 Dimensions: Circuit Board: 8.15 x 11.0 (inches) 200 x 260 (mm) Faceplate: 12.46 x 1.175 (inches) 317 x 30 (mm) Power Requirements: + 5V DC, 750 mA maximum Supplied by I/O Rack power supply. Operating Temperature: 0 - 60 C (at the outside of the rack) Storage Temperature: -20 to + 80 C Humidity: 5% - 95% (non-condensing) Contact Rating Type: Form C, N.O. or N.C.; Jumper selectable Power: 100 VA (max) Voltage: 250 V AC/DC (Max) 4 V drop at 2 amp Current: 2 amp continuous 2 amp inrush Contact Resistance: .050 OHM (max) On Delay: 2 msec Off Delay: 3 msec Longevity: 10 8 operations with proper contact protection Contact Protection: 68 OHM and .012 of RC network Jumper Selectable FIGURE 1. SPECIFICATIONS O LED 1-6: Active (lit) LED\'s indicate energized coils for circuits 1 through 6, respectively. SO Jumpers J1 - J6: Select RC protection circuits when in positions, \"1-2\", for circuits 1 throuth 6, respectively. Positions \"2-3\" are the optional settings. O Plugs 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12: Select the normally-open contacts for circuits 1 through 6, respectively. (Factory Settings) 0 Plugs 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 13: Select the normally-closed contacts for circuits 1 through 6, respectively. (Optional Settings) 0 Type AGC 3 Fuses, 1-6: 3 amp fuses for circuits 1 through 6, respectively. 0 International 5 x 20 mm fuses, 1-6: 3 amp fuses for circuits 1 through 6, respectively 0 User Terminal Block FIGURE 2. USER ITEMS 2 82-PC-19 Reed Relay Output Module GEK-83540 INSTALLATION Before installing the Reed Relay module in an I/O Rack (or Model 60 CPU rack), determine if the factory configuration of the module is suitable for the application. The factory configuration includes normally-open contacts (refer to Figure 2, User Item 3) and RC protection circuits (Figure 2, User Item 2) for each of the six output circuits. Also, establish the proper correspondence between the output terminals on this module and a group of six consecutive output numbers in the user program by setting the dual-in-line-package (DIP) switch on the rack backplane adjacent to the card slot. (Refer to table in the Installation section of Installation And Maintenance Manual, GEK-25361. NOTE Install the Reed Relay module in a vertically-oriented position. (That is, in a rack positioned right-side up.) Otherwise, the module will not function properly. Use the extraction/inserting tool furnished with the Series Six CPU to install the module in the rack. With the board in place in the rack, slip the faceplate over the circuit board so that the terminals near the bottom of each are mated; then, secure the faceplate to the rack using the thumbscrews at the top and bottom. Refer to Figure 3 for typical user output connections. (Figure 3 includes a schematic representation of Reed Relay output circuit, No. 1. The RC protection circuit jumper (J1), the N.O. plug (2 PL), the N.C. plug (3PL), the energized-coil light (LED 1) , and fuse (FU1) are shown.) Connect one side of the load to be controlled by this module to the appropriate output terminal, (1 through 6). The other side of the load is connected through the user-supplied power source to terminals, S1 through S6, respectively. Each terminal can accommodate one No. 12 AWG or two No. 14 AWG wires. The terminal cover should be installed by guiding both its edges onto the top of the terminal block and sliding it downward over the terminals. A markable area is provided on the plastic lens beside each indicator for noting the function or destination of each output. I WARNING Voltages from user field devices could be present on the faceplate terminals, even if the power supply in the I/O rack is off. Care should be taken when handling the faceplate of the module or any wires connected to it. N.O. N.C. LED 1 FIGURE 3. TYPICAL USER CONNECTIONS Ref. 70.132 3 Reed Relay Output Module GEK-83540 ORDERING INFORMATION REED RELAY MODULE Circuit Board & Faceplate IC600BF914A Circuit Board Only Faceplate Only IC600YB914A IC600FP914A For further information, contact your local GE Fanuc sales office. GE Fanuc Automation North America, Inc., Charlottesville, Virginia