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  • Manufacturer: GE Fanuc
  • Description: GE Fanuc Series 90-70 Genius Remote Input/Output Module
  • Weight: 4 lbs :: ≈ 2 kgs
  • Warranty: 1 Years
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  • Other Available Revisions of the IC697BEM733 : A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z,

Product Manual Excerpt

Can be located up to 7500 feet (2275 meters) from controller. Supports standard IC697 discrete and analog I/O modules. Supports PCM, ADS, and analog expander modules. Handles up to 128 bytes of inputs and 128 bytes of outputs per remote drop. Configurable with MS-DOS programming software configuration function or with an IC66* Hand-held Monitor. Compatible with all types of IC66* host. Supports both CPU and IC66* bus redundancy. Each remote drop can include up to eight racks , with a Remote I/O Scanner located in rack 0. Up to 30 remote drops can be located on the same IC66* bus. Together, a Remote I/O Scanner and the modules it serves make up a remote drop on the IC66* bus. A remote drop can consist of up to eight racks, linked by Bus Transmitter and Bus Receiver modules. 9-slot and/or 5-slot IC697 racks can be used. The maximum distance from the first rack to the last rack in a remote drop is 50 feet (15 meters). The Remote I/O Scanner can handle any mix of discrete and analog inputs and outputs up to a total of 1024 discrete inputs and 1024 discrete outputs, or 64 analog inputs and 64 analog outputs (regardless of the number of racks in the remote drop). A remote drop can include all presently-available IC697 discrete modules, analog modules, and analog expander modules. Bus Transmitter, Bus Receiver, PCM, and ADS modules can also be placed in a remote drop. A remote drop cannot have any I/O module interrupts, bus controllers, communications modules, or other modules that depend on COMREQ instructions for their operations. The Remote I/O Scanner is ideally suited for use in an IC697 PLC system. However, any type of PLC or computer capable of controlling an IC66* bus can be used as the host. Suitable hosts include IC660 PLCs, IC655 PLCs, and computers equipped with a PCIM (Personal Computer Interface Module), QBIM (Q-Bus Interface Module), or a third-party GENI-based interface. Remote I/O Scanner IC697BEM733/735B or later required. * IC660 or IC661 products. REMOTE DROP A SC NNER BUS CONTROLLER CPU a42453 COMMUNICATIONS BUS HAND HELD MONITOR I/O BLOCKS PS MS-DOS is a registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. GFK-0539C Remote I/O Scanner 2 Bus Expansion Modules August 1997 Series 90 -70 Programmable Controller Data Sheet Manual GFK-0600F 65-2 Module Description The Remote I/O Scanner consists of a single circuit board, with a hinged door which serves as a faceplate. The module does not require batteries; the faceplate battery holder is not used. IC66* BUS TERMINALS IC66* BUS REMOTE I/O SCANNER MODULE OK I/O ENABLED BUS B ACTIVE ON = OK, ACTIVE MODULE FUNCTION BEM 733 SERIAL PORT RS 422/485 COMPATIBLE GENIUS HAND HELD MONITOR MODULE IC697BEM733 LABEL 44A726758 110R02 SHIELD SER1 IN SER1A SER2A SER1B SER2B SHIELD SER2 OUT MODULE OK LED I/O ENABLED LED BUS B ACTIVE LED IC66* HAND HELD MONITOR CONNECTOR SERIAL PORT RS 422/485 COMPATIBLE BEM 733/735 LEDs The Remote I/O Scanner has three LEDs that show through the transparent portion at the top of the door. Module OK lights when the module has passed its powerup diagnostic tests. If this LED flashes, it indicates a problem. If this LED is off, there is a fatal error that will cause the Remote I/O Scanner to go to stop/faulted mode. I/O Enabled lights when the Remote I/O Scanner is receiving output data from the CPU. If this LED flashes, either I/O data is forced or there is a Device Number conflict. Bus B Active on a dual (redundant) bus, this LED lights when Bus B is active. The following table summarizes the LED indications. Module OK I/O Enabled Meaning On On Normal Operation Blinking On Fault detected On Blinking I/O data forced Alternate blinking Alternate blinking Fault detected, and I/O data forced Synchronous blinking Synchronous blinking Device Number conflict On Off Outputs not being updated from CPU Off Off No power or fatal error Connectors 9-pin male D Connector: the upper connector. Used for attaching an IC66* Hand-held Monitor. 15-pin female D Connector: the center connector is an RS-422 compatible RS-485 serial port, for direct connection of a serial programmer or for connection to a multidrop communications network. The IC66* bus terminal strip is attached to the connector at the bottom of the module. Because the terminal strip is removable, it is possible to service or replace the module while the system is operating without disrupting bus communications. 3 Remote I/O Scanner GFK-0539C Bus Expansion Modules August 1997 Series 90 -70 Programmable Controller Data Sheet Manual GFK-0600F 65-3 Compatibility This Remote I/O Scanner is compatible with: IC66* Hand-held Monitor: version 4.0 (IC660HHM501G) or later. For an IC697 PLC: CPU firmware release 2.0 or later, MS-DOS programming software release 3.0 or later, Bus Controller release 3.0 or later. For an IC600 PLC: CPU rev. 105 or later, MS-DOS programming software release 4.02 or later, Bus Controllers (IC660CBB902 or 903) must be version 1.7 or later. For an IC655 PLC: CPU rev. 4.0 or later, MS-DOS programming software release 2.01 or later, any version Bus Controller. For a Host Computer: any version PCIM or QBIM. Required Equipment The following additional equipment may be required to use a Remote I/O Scanner: At least one IC697 5-slot or 9-slot remote rack with power supply. If the parallel version of MS-DOS programming software will be used, the remote drop must include a Bus Transmitter Module (IC697BEM713). If the remote drop will be part of a multidrop network, which cannot be guaranteed to be on the same electrical ground and served by the same phase on the mains, isolation must be provided separately for each CPU and Remote I/O Scanner. If isolation is required, use the RS-422 Isolated Repeater/RS-232 converter (catalog number IC655CCM590), or equivalent product. Operation The Remote I/O Scanner scans the I/O modules in the remote drop in the same manner as an IC697 CPU scans the I/O modules in the PLC. At powerup, scanning begins immediately unless a fatal diagnostic error occurs. All I/O in a remote drop, except those that are forced, default to Off at powerup. I/O that are forced at powerup start in the forced state or value. During operation, the Remote I/O Scanner first scans the input modules in rack and slot order, storing the input data in its own %I and %AI memories. Then, it scans the output modules in rack and slot order, sending them the most recent output data from its own %Q and %AQ memories. IC66* Communications with the Host After the Remote I/O Scanner completes a successful login with the host, it begins data transfer on the IC66* bus. When the Remote I/O Scanner receives the IC66* bus communications token, it transmits the most recent input data from the configured portion of its %I and %AI memories. When the host s bus controller has the communications token, it sends the Remote I/O Scanner new output data from the host. The Remote I/O Scanner places the output data into the configured portion of its %Q and %AQ memories. Remote Drop Installation The Remote I/O Scanner User s Manual gives installation procedures for the racks, power supplies, and modules in a remote drop. Be sure to follow the grounding procedures carefully. Module Locations A remote drop can consist of up to eight IC697 racks, numbered 0 to 7. Rack numbers are configured by setting the jumpers located on the rack backplane. See the User s Manual for instructions. Before installing modules in a remote drop, determine where to place them. The Remote I/O Scanner must be located in rack 0, slot 1 (remote drop). A Bus Transmitter can be located in any slot of rack 0; however, there must be no empty slots between the Bus Transmitter and the Remote I/O Scanner. Slot 2 is recommended. In a multiple-rack remote drop, a Bus Receiver must be located in slot 1 of each expansion rack. A high-level analog input module and its associated expander modules must be installed in the same rack of a remote drop. The high-level analog input module must be in the lowest slot position of the group, with the expander modules to its right. Empty slots are permitted between modules, with two exceptions: A. There can be no empty slots to the left of a Bus Transmitter, analog, PCM, or ADS module. B. If, in the future, modules will be placed in the empty slots and a Hand-held Monitor will be GFK-0539C Remote I/O Scanner 4 Bus Expansion Modules August 1997 Series 90 -70 Programmable Controller Data Sheet Manual GFK-0600F 65-4 used to reconfigure the remote drop, locate empty slots to the right in the rack. Otherwise, reconfiguration will change the I/O references assigned to the boards already there. NNER EMPTY Remote I/O Scanner Installation Be sure the rack is powered-down. Grasp the module firmly and insert it into the card guide. Align the module s printed circuit board with the connector on the rack backplane. Slide it towards the connector until it begins to seat. Place one thumb on the left of the top plastic flange and the other thumb on the left of the bottom plastic flange. Push the board into the connector until the top and bottom latches click onto the rack rails. Be sure the module has seated properly. If the rack is in a high-vibration area, use screws to secure the module in the rack. Remote I/O Scanner Removal Be sure the rack is powered-down. Grasp the module firmly at the top and bottom of the board cover with your thumbs on the front of the cover and your fingers on the plastic clips on the back of the cover. Squeeze the rack clips on the back of the cover with your fingers to disengage the clip from the rack rail and pull the board firmly to remove it from the backplane connector. Slide the printed circuit board along the card guide and remove it from the rack. IC66* Bus Connections For single (non-redundant) bus installations, the IC66* bus cable is connected to the upper four terminals of the Remote I/O Scanner (1 - 4 in the diagram). The lower eight terminals are not connected. CONNECT BUS STUB CABLE HERE TERMINALS FOR BUS A TERMINALS FOR BUS B NOT USED CONNECT BUS TO TOP FOUR TERMINALS REDUNDANC

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