IC600CB515

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IC600CB515

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  • Manufacturer: GE Fanuc
  • Description: Expanded II Logic Control Module
  • Weight: 3 lbs :: ≈ 2 kgs
  • Warranty: 1 Years
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GEK-90824D Input/Output Communications Control Module (I/O CCM) July 1989 IC600BF948 General Description The Input/Output Communications Control Module (I/O CCM) provides a serial data link between the CPU of a Series S i x programmable controller and many other devices. Some devices which can be connected are: - CCM2, CCM3, or I/O CCM in a Series Six PLC. - Data Communications Unit (DCU) in a Series O n e , or Series One Plus or Series O n e Junior PLC. - Data Communications Module (DCM) in a Series Thr e e PLC. VuMaster and Factorymastersoftware running on the Workmaster computer. - Intelligent devices such as a host computer. - Process Control Systems. The I/O CCM contains two independently configurable serial ports. Both ports support RS-232 and RS-422 serial interfaces, with Port 1 also supporting active/passive 20 mA current loop. Both ports support asynchronous serial communications with data rates of up to 19.2 Kbps. The user may select any of the following options using DIP switches. Data rate: 110 to 19.2 Kbps. Maximum data rate is limited to 4800 Kbps for current loop operation on Port 1. Protocol type: For CCM mode -- master, slave, or peer. For Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) mode -- RTU slave. Parity: even odd, none Turn-around delay: 0 or 500 ms, Port 2 only. The features and benefits of the I/O CCM are given in Table 1. Table 1. Features and Benefits FEATURES Contains two programmable communications interfaces. Multiple modules per Series Six PLC. Redundant communications. BENEFITS Permits a data link between the Series Six PLC and a host computer, programmable terminals, and other intelligent devices. Permits communication ports as required. Permits duplication of communication hardware and separate data paths by using two I/O CCM modules for each Series Six CPU. Interfaces to process control systems. Allows the Series Six PLC to be used with process control systems. Ability within the user logic program to initiate a data transfer or request to a host computer or another intelligent device. On-board diagnostics and board fault indicator lights. Allows the Series Six PLC to act as a master or peer in its relationship with other PLC s, host computers, or smart terminals. Simplifies troubleshooting and indicates correct data transfer. 2 Input/Output Communications Control Module (I/O CCM) The I/O CCM can be used in communications systems using: Multidrop modem based links Multidrop RS-422 links Radio links (port 2 only) Six Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) show port activity and module status. If the on-board power-up diagnostics detect a failure, the BOARD OK LED will remain OFF and the lower five LEDs will provide an error code to specify the error. (See Table 5 for the specific power-up error codes). NOTE The CPU COMM LED blinks to indicate communications between the I/O CCM module and the Series Six CPU. As a master device port 1 or port 2 can be used in multidrop configuration; As a slave device The remaining four LEDs show port activity of the only port 2 can be used in multidrop transmitters and receivers on both ports. They will configurations. BLINK when a port is communicating and will be OFF when an error occurs on a particular port. The module provides isolation of the serial port receivers and transmitters and also provides 1500 volts of isolation protection from port to port and from the ports to the rest of the Series Six PLC system. The I/O CCM may be inserted in a high-capacity I/O rack or a Series Six CPU rack I/O slot. GEK-90824D Table 2, RS-232C/RS-422 Cable Specifications Length, Maximum - 50 feet (15 meters) for RS-232C; 4000 feet (1.2Km) for RS-422; 1,000 feet (305 meters) for current loop. Overall Shield Recommended 24 AWG Minimum Mating connector to Port 1 or Port 2 is a D-Subminiature Type. Cannon DB25P (Solder Pot) with DB11096B-3 Hood or Equivalent. (Standard RS-232C male connector.) The following cables provide acceptable operation at data rates up to 19.2 Kbps and distances up to 4000 feet. Belden - 9184 Belden - 9302 NEC - 222PlSLCBT At shorter distances, almost any twisted pair or shielded twisted pair cable will work. It should be noted that RS-422 requires that the transmitter and receiver ground be within a few millivolts of each other or damage to the transmitter and receiver may result. It is also noted that the twisted pairs should be matched so that both transmit signals make up one twisted pair and both receive signals make up the other twisted pair. If this is ignored, then cross-talk can result from the mis-matching which may affect the performance of the communication system. COMM. CONTROL BOARD OK CPU COMM REC 1 TRANS 1 REC 2 TRANS 2 PORT 1 PORT 2 0 0 ,C1D Input/Output Communications Control Module (I/O CCM) 3 GEK-90824D a40528 Figure 1. User Items 1 LED Status Indicators (see Table 3). 2. Bank A DIP Switches. 3. Bank B DIP Switches. 4. Bank C DIP Switches. 5. J1 Connector: 25-pin D-type female connector (Communications Port 1). 6. J2 Connector; 25-pin D-type female connector (Communications Port 2) 7. J2 Communication selection DIP package: RS-232 or RS-422 co nfiguration. Read from top of imprinted label. 8. Faceplate 4 Input/Output Communications Control Module (I/O CCM) LED (IA) BOARD OK (1B) CPU COMM (1C) REC 1 (lD) TRANS 1 (1E) REC 2 (1F) TRANS 2 GEK-90824D Table 3. LED Status Indicators ON: FLASHING: OFF: FLASHING ON: ON: FLASHING: OFF: ON: FLASHING: OFF: ON: FLASHING: OFF: ON: FLASHING: OFF: DESCRIPTION Board has passed self-diagnostics and is operating properly. Invalid slave ID when either port is configured as a slave. Board has failed self-diagnostics (see Table 5). Board is communicating with the Series Six CPU properly. The rate of blink indicates the frequency of CPU communication windows. No communication between the Series Six CPU and the board. (Check DPREQ in ladder diagram and backplane DIP switches for the I/O slot if not flashing). Port 1 serial data communications normal. Serial data being received on Port 1. Port 1 serial data communications error occurred due to parity errors, bad blocks, or serial link timeout. Port 1 serial data communications normal. Serial data being transmitted on Port 1. Port 1 serial data communications error occurred due to parity errors, bad blocks, or serial link timeout. Port 2 serial data communications normal. Serial data being received on Port 2. Port 2 serial data communications error occurred due to parity errors, bad blocks, or serial link timeout. Port 2 serial data communications normal. Serial data being transmitted on Port 2. Port 2 serial data communications error occurred due to parity errors, bad blocks, or serial link timeout. Table 4. Serial Data Format I SERIAL DATA FORMAT I BIT 0 BIT 1 BIT 2 BIT 3 BIT 4 BIT 5 BIT 6 BIT 7 BIT 8 BIT 9 BIT 10 * Parity can be disabled on either port. Input/Output Communications Control Module (I/O CCM) 5 GEK-90824D If the BOARD OK light turns OFF after the power up self-diagnostics routine, the indicator lights will create one of the patterns below: Table 5. Power-up Error Codes OD light on, light off) LED CODE 1 CODE 2 CODE 3 CODE 4 CODE 5 CODE 6 CODE 7 Code Description Code Description 1 Processor test failed 5 EPROM test failed 2 Timer 0 test failed 6 RAM test failed (E000-1-1-1-1); board location, U20 3 Timer 1 test failed 7 RAM test failed (C000-D1-14F); board location, U19 4 Timer 2 test failed Installation To install and operate the I/O CCM you must complete the following steps. 1. Calculate the power requirements for the rack which will contain the I/O CCM. 2. Set the I/O CCM address using the backplane DIP switches. (Reference Figure 3, Table 6) Refer to a later section, \"Running at the DPU Executive Window\", to set the I/O CCM module to run at the DPU address. 3. Configure the communications port using the on-board DIP switches. (Tables 7, 8, 9) 4. Check the RS-232/RS-422 DIP pack for desired orientation - Port 2 only. (Reference Figure 2) 5. Insert I/O CCM in the rack. 6. If not running at the DPU executive window, program the [DPREQ] or [WINDOW] instruction to establish windows between the I/O CCM and the CPU. The [WINDOW] instruction is valid for CPU microcode Version 130 and thereafter. 7. Program the registers containing the communications command and parameters for the required transfer of data if the I/O CCM is to initiate communications. 8. Set up valid CPU ID number through the CPU scratch pad. 9. Construct and install cable. (Reference Figures 5, 6, 7, and 8) Power Requirements for the I/O CCM The I/O CCM may be installed in a Series Six CPU rack I/O slot, the Series Six High-Capacity I/O rack, or a Series Six Plus CPU rack. The Series Six CPU rack can support a maximum of 300 units of load. Consequently, four I/O CCMs can be powered by the Series Six CPU rack, and when no other loading exists for +12 Vdc, five I/O CCM modules may be installed. A maximum of five I/O CCM modules can be powered by a high capacity I/O rack. In this case there are 140 units of load remaining for I/O modules with +5v power only. When other types of I/O modules are to be placed in the same rack as an I/O CCM, calculate the power requirements of all the modules to ensure that the maximum power of the rack is not exceeded. Refer to the power requirements of the I/O CCM in Table 13, and to the appropriate manual or data sheet for other modules. 6 Input/Output Communications Control Module (I/O CCM) Positioning the RS-422/RS-232 Hybrid Dip Package The RS-422/RS-232 hybrid DIP package affects the operation of port 2 only. Verify the position of the configuration hybrid DIP package located between ports Jl and J2, It is marked 232 on one end and 422 on the other end and is mounted on a zero insertion force socket. Use a small screwdriver to turn the screw which releases the configuration hybrid DIP package from tie socket. Position the package with the desired interface type (RS-232 or RS-422) closest to port Jl. See Figure 2 for proper orientation. a42442 RS-232-C SELECTED 422 RS-422 SELECTED GEK-90824D Setting the Module Address Before installing the module, set the Dual-In-Line Package (DIP) switches adjacent to the card slot on the rack backplane to establish which group of eight consecutive input points in the CPU I/O tables will be used by the module being installed. Figure 3 illustrates a typical I/O DIP switch set for address 673-680 and Table 6 shows switch settings for all possible module addresses. Refer to a later section Running at the DPU Executive Window\' , to set the I/O CCM module to run at the DPU address. a4244 1 Figure 2. RS-232/RS-422 Hybrid DIP Package (for Port 2) Figure 3. Typical I/O Backplane DIP Switch