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GE Fanuc Automation
Programmable Control Products
Series 90™-30 PLC
Installation and Hardware Manual
GFK-0356Q
August 2002

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  • Page 1 GE Fanuc Automation Programmable Control Products Series 90™-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual GFK-0356Q August 2002...
  • Page 2 Features may be described herein which are not present in all hardware and software systems. GE Fanuc Automation assumes no obligation of notice to holders of this document with respect to changes subsequently made.
  • Page 3 RFI Standards The Series 90-30 PLC and its associated modules have been tested and found to meet or exceed the requirements of FCC Rule, Part 15, Subpart J. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires the following note to be published according to FCC guidelines.
  • Page 5 This manual describes the GE Fanuc Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). It contains a description of hardware components and provides basic hardware installation procedures. The Series 90-30 PLC is a member of the Series 90_ family of Programmable Logic Controllers from GE Fanuc.
  • Page 6 GFK-0828 - Series 90 -30 Diagnostic System User’s Manual GFK-0840 - Motion Mate APM300 for Series 90 -30 PLC Standard Mode User’s Manual GFK-0867 - GE Fanuc Product Agency Approvals, Standards, General Specifications GFK-0898 - Series 90 -30 PLC I/O Module Specifications GFK-1028 - Series 90...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 Overview of the Series 90-30 PLC ..............1-1 The Basic Parts of a Series 90-30 PLC............... 1-1 Assembling a Basic Series 90-30 PLC System ............1-2 What else would be needed to make this basic system functional? ......1-6 What if the application requires more than five modules? .........
  • Page 8 Termination Requirement for Expansion or Remote System ......... 3-12 Powering Down Individual Expansion or Remote Baseplates ........3-12 Series 90-30 PLC Backplane ..................3-12 Rack Number DIP Switch on Expansion and Remote Baseplates........3-13 Expansion and Remote Baseplates Connection Example..........3-15 Baseplate Mounting Dimensions ..................
  • Page 9 Contents Load Ratings, Temperature, and Mounting Position ............3-19 Baseplate Adapter Brackets for 19" Rack Mounting ............3-20 Baseplate Comparison Table..................3-22 Chapter 4 Power Supplies.....................4-1 Power Supply Categories....................4-1 Power Supply Feature Comparison................... 4-1 AC/DC Input Power Supplies ................... 4-2 IC693PWR321 Standard Power Supply, 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC Input ....
  • Page 10 Contents CPU Firmware......................5-6 Determining CPU Revision Levels (Versions) ............5-7 EPROM and EEPROM User Program Storage Options........... 5-8 Comparing EPROM and EEPROM Features............. 5-8 Procedure for Creating an EPROM................5-9 Flash Memory......................5-9 Series 90-30 CPU Capacities..................5-10 User Memory Addresses (References) ..............5-10 Difference Between a Memory Address and a Nickname........
  • Page 11 Contents CPU340 Catalog Number IC693CPU340 ........5-32 CPU341 Catalog Number IC693CPU341 ........5-33 CPU350 Catalog Number IC693CPU350 ........5-34 CPU351 Catalog Number IC693CPU351 ........5-35 CPU352 Catalog Number IC693CPU352 ........5-36 CPU360 Catalog Number IC693CPU360 ........5-37 CPU363 Catalog Number IC693CPU363 ........5-38 CPU364 Catalog Number IC693CPU364 ........
  • Page 12 IC693BEM331 Genius Bus Controller (GBC) ..............8-6 Number of Genius Bus Controllers ................8-7 Status LEDs........................ 8-7 Compatibility......................8-7 Series 90-30 PLC ...................... 8-7 Series Six PLC ......................8-7 Genius Hand-Held Monitor..................8-8 Hand-Held Programmer .................... 8-8 Genius I/O Blocks ..................... 8-8 Genius Bus ........................
  • Page 13 Contents APM Cables ......................8-16 Motion Mate APM Module Documentation ............8-16 IC693DSM302 Motion Mate Digital Servo Module (DSM302) ........8-17 Features........................8-18 IC693DSM302 Documentation................8-18 IC693DSM314 Motion Mate Digital Servo Module (DSM314) ........8-20 Features ........................8-21 IC693DSM314 Documentation................8-22 IC693APU300 High Speed Counter (HSC) Module ............
  • Page 14 Contents AD693CMM301 State Logic Serial Communications Module (SCM)......9-2 Description ......................... 9-2 OK LED ........................9-2 Reset Button ......................9-2 Serial Connector......................9-3 Cable Information....................... 9-3 State Logic SCM Documentation................9-3 IC693SLP300 State Logic Processor Module ..............9-4 Description ......................... 9-4 SLP Features.......................
  • Page 15 Contents Wiring Diagram..................... 10-14 PCM to Programmer Cable Installation ..............10-15 IC690CBL705 Workmaster II (PS/2) to PCM, ADC, CMM Cable ......10-16 Function of cable....................10-16 Cable Specifications ....................10-16 Wiring Diagram..................... 10-16 PCM to Programmer Cable Installation ..............10-17 IC690CBL714A Multidrop Cable ................
  • Page 16 Contents IC693CBL310 I/O Interface Cable (24-Pin) for 32 Point Modules......10-42 Function of cable ....................10-42 Replacement/Obsolescence Information ..............10-43 Connector Depth for Cable IC693CBL310 ............10-43 IC693CBL311/317/319/320 I/O Interface Cables for Power Mate APM Modules..10-45 Function of cable ....................10-45 Specifications ......................
  • Page 17 Step 4: Selecting a CPU ..................12-4 Step 5: Selecting Baseplates..................12-5 Step 6: Selecting Power Supplies ................12-6 Reducing PLC Module Count by Using Other GE Fanuc Products ....... 12-7 Designing For Safety ...................... 12-8 Protection From Electrical Shock................12-8 Fire Prevention ......................
  • Page 18 Contents Chapter 13 Maintenance and Troubleshooting ..............13-1 Troubleshooting Features of Series 90-30 Hardware............13-1 Indicator Lights (LEDs) and Terminal Board ............13-1 Module LED Indicators ....................13-2 Troubleshooting Features of Programming Software ............. 13-3 Ladder Screens ......................13-3 Configuration Screens ....................13-3 Fault Tables ......................
  • Page 19 Contents Example of Cable Configurations ................B-9 Appendix C IC655CCM690 Isolated Repeater/Converter ..........C-1 Description of the Isolated Repeater/Converter............... C-1 Logic Diagram of the Isolated Repeater/Converter ............C-3 Pin Assignments for the Isolated Repeater/Converter ............. C-4 System Configurations..................... C-5 Simple Multidrop Configuration ................C-6 Complex Multidrop Configuration................
  • Page 20 Contents CPU Modules, CPU311-CPU341 ..................G-3 CPU Modules, CPU350 - CPU374 .................. G-4 Digital Valve Driver Module ................... G-5 Discrete I/O Modules....................... G-5 Genius Modules ....................... G-6 Motion Modules....................... G-6 Other Option Modules ..................... G-6 Power Supply Modules ....................G-7 Programming Device .......................
  • Page 21 Contents SNP Multidrop Examples ....................I-4 Configuring and Connecting a Programmer to a Multidrop Network .......I-5 Assigning a PLC SNP ID to a PLC with Logicmaster ..........I-6 Connecting your Logicmaster Programmer to a PLC on a Multidrop System....I-6 SNP Multidrop Troubleshooting..................I-7 Appendix J Ethernet Transceivers ..................J-1 IC649AEA102 Ethernet 10BASE-T Transceiver .............
  • Page 22 Contents Figure 1-1. Five-Slot CPU Baseplate ......................1-3 Figure 1-2. Power Supply Module........................ 1-3 Figure 1-3. CPU Module ..........................1-4 Figure 1-4. I/O Module..........................1-4 Figure 1-5. Assembling the System......................1-5 Figure 1-6. A Basic System .......................... 1-6 Figure 1-7. Ten-Slot Rack ..........................1-6 Figure 1-8.
  • Page 23 Contents Figure 3-11. Rack Number Selection Switch (Shown with Rack 2 Selected)..........3-13 Figure 3-12. Example of Connecting Expansion Baseplates..............3-14 Figure 3-13. Example of Connecting Expansion and Remote Baseplates..........3-15 Figure 3-14. Model 311 and 313 5-Slot Baseplate Dimensions and Spacing Requirements ..... 3-16 Figure 3-15.
  • Page 24 Figure 8-13. Motion Mate DSM314 Module ..................... 8-20 Figure 8-14. High Speed Counter (HSC) ....................8-23 Figure 8-15. Example of a Series 90-30 PLC in a Fanuc I/O LINK Configuration ........8-24 Figure 8-16. Example of I/O LINK Master System Configuration ............8-25 Figure 8-17.
  • Page 25 Figure 10-22. Example of Connecting Expansion and Remote Baseplates..........10-32 Figure 10-23. Wiring Connections for IC693CBL303 and Custom-Built Cables........10-34 Figure 10-24. Hand-Held Programmer Cable Connection to a Series 90-30 PLC ........10-34 Figure 10-25. Wye Cable.......................... 10-35 Figure 10-26. Wye Cable Connections..................... 10-36 Figure 10-27.
  • Page 26 Figure 11-3. Example of IC690ACC900 Converter Connection..............11-3 Figure 11-4. IC690ACC901 Series 90 SNP Port to RS-232 Adapter............11-4 Figure 11-5. Hand-Held Programmer for the Series 90-30 PLC ..............11-5 Figure 11-6. Example of PCIF Interface to Series 90-30 I/O ..............11-7 Figure 12-1.
  • Page 27 Contents Figure C-10. Cable E; RS-232 Converter to CMM ................... C-10 Figure D-1. Series 90 SNP to RS-232 Miniconverter ................. D-1 Figure D-2. Miniconverter to PC-AT ......................D-3 Figure D-3. Miniconverter to Workmaster II, PC-XT, PS/2 ............... D-3 Figure D-4. Miniconverter to 9-Pin Workmaster or PC-XT Computer............D-4 Figure E-2.
  • Page 28 Contents Table 3-1. Rack Number Selection Switch Settings................... 3-13 Table 3-2. Series 90-30 Baseplate Comparison..................3-22 Table 4-1. Power Supply Comparison......................4-1 Table 4-2. IC693PWR321 Power Supply Capacities ................... 4-2 Table 4-3. Specifications for IC693PWR321 Standard AC/DC Input Power Supply........4-3 Table 4-4.
  • Page 29 Contents Table 10-11. Wire List for 24-Pin Connectors ..................10-60 Table 10-12. TBQC Cable Cross-Reference Table .................. 10-63 Table 11-1. Personal Computer Interface Card Comparison Table............11-7 Table 12-1. Power Supply Feature Comparison Table................12-6 Table 12-2. Maximum Number of Modules Per System................12-11 Table 12-3.
  • Page 30: Chapter 1 Overview Of The Series 90-30 Plc

    PLC family. The Basic Parts of a Series 90-30 PLC The Series 90-30 PLC is very versatile because (1) it is programmable, and (2) it is assembled from a wide variety of modular, plug-together components. Therefore, by choosing the correct components and developing an appropriate program, the PLC can be used for an almost unlimited variety of applications.
  • Page 31: Assembling A Basic Series 90-30 Plc System

    Cables These connect the PLC components together or to other systems. Many standard prefabricated cables are available from GE Fanuc. They are primarily used to: Interconnect baseplates Connect a programmer to the CPU or to an option module Connect option modules to field devices or other systems.
  • Page 32: Figure 1-1. Five-Slot Cpu Baseplate

    This slot has a unique connector that will only fit a power supply module. GE Fanuc Series 90-30 BATT HIGH CAPACITY POWER SUPPLY PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER INPUT 100-240 VAC 50/60 HZ 100VA 125VDC, 50W 24 VDC OUTPUT 0.8A MAX. Figure 1-2. Power Supply Module GFK-0356Q Chapter 1 Overview of the Series 90-30 PLC...
  • Page 33: Figure 1-3. Cpu Module

    To finish, we will add some I/O modules to baseplate slots 2 through 5. A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 1-4. I/O Module Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 34: Figure 1-5. Assembling The System

    B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Power Supply I/O Modules Figure 1-5. Assembling the System GFK-0356Q Chapter 1 Overview of the Series 90-30 PLC...
  • Page 35: What Else Would Be Needed To Make This Basic System Functional

    Wiring. This includes properly installed incoming power to the power supply, as well as wiring from the I/O modules to field devices such as switches, sensors, solenoids, relays, etc. Program. An application program for the PLC to run. This is developed with GE Fanuc PLC programming software.
  • Page 36: What If The Application Requires More Than Ten Modules

    Expansion Connector (shown in the figure above) to the next one’s. The I/O Bus Expansion Cables, shown below, have a double connector on one end to facilitate these connections. Female Connector Male Connector Male Connector Figure 1-8. I/O Bus Expansion Cable GFK-0356Q Chapter 1 Overview of the Series 90-30 PLC...
  • Page 37: What Is The Difference Between Expansion And Remote Baseplates

    CPU rack in excess of 50 feet, an Expansion baseplate will not work - a Remote baseplate must be used. The limit for a Remote baseplate is a cabling distance of 700 feet (213 meters) from the CPU baseplate to the farthest Remote baseplate. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 38: What If I Need To Cover More Than 700 Feet (213 Meters)

    Shielded, Twisted-Pair Cable, 7,500 Serial Cable, 4,000 Feet (1,219 Meters) Maximum Length Feet (2,286 Meters) Maximum Length Series 90-30 PLC Series 90-30 PLC Figure 1-10. Connecting PLCs Using GBC or CMM Modules GFK-0356Q Chapter 1 Overview of the Series 90-30 PLC...
  • Page 39: Chapter 2 Installation

    All software product registration cards should be completed and returned to GE Fanuc. See “Module Features” in this chapter for location of module serial numbers. See “Common Baseplate Features” in chapter 3 for location of baseplate serial numbers.
  • Page 40: Working With Series 90-30 Modules

    13. Module label 14. Serial Number - used to determine module warranty status. (On some modules, the Serial Number may be on a small tag on the back of the module.) Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 41: Installing A Module

    Installing a Module Warning Do not insert or remove modules with power applied. This could cause the PLC to stop or malfunction. Injury to personnel and damage to the module or baseplate may result. Also, attempts to force a module into an improper slot type will result in damage to the module and/or the baseplate.
  • Page 42: Removing A Module

    PLC is in RUN mode if power is first removed from the expansion or remote baseplate. I/O data to/from this baseplate will not be updated while power is removed. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 43: Installing A Module's Terminal Board

    Installing a Module’s Terminal Board Note: Modules IC693MDL730F (and later) and IC693MDL731F (and later) have special terminal boards that are equipped with holding screws. For Installation and Removal instructions, please see the section “Installing and Removing Terminal Boards with Holding Screws” later in this chapter.
  • Page 44: Removing A Module's Terminal Board

    Grasp pull-tab and pull it towards you until contacts have separated from module housing and bottom pivot hook has disengaged. a43715 PULL Figure 2-5. Removing a Module’s Terminal Board Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 45: I/O Module Terminal Board Posts

    I/O Module Terminal Board Posts The terminal board has three posts on the left side. The top and bottom posts hold the terminal board cover in place. The middle post keeps the terminal board wiring in place. If you do not require it to hold the wiring in place, the middle post can be easily snapped off.
  • Page 46: Baseplate Mounting

    It is not necessary to remove the cover to install the bracket. With the bracket in place, insert and tighten the two screws (included with the bracket) through the back of the baseplate holes into the threaded holes in the bracket. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 47: Figure 2-7. Ic693Acc308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket Installation

    ■ IC693ACC313 Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket. Used to recess mount a baseplate inside a 19” rack. A baseplate mounts on the rear panel of this adapter bracket using four 8-32 (4mm) screws, nuts, lock washers, and flat washers. The Adapter Bracket bolts through its four slotted holes to the face of the 19”...
  • Page 48: Figure 2-9. Ic693Acc313 Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket

    1.630 (41.4) 1.368 (34.7) 0.842 (21.4) 0.346 (8.8) Inside 16.850 (428) 18.122 (460.3) 0.439 (11.2) DIMENSIONS IN INCHES (MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES) Figure 2-9. IC693ACC313 Recessed Mount Adapter Bracket 2-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 49: Grounding Procedures

    A low resistance path from all parts of a system to earth minimizes exposure to shock in the event of short circuits or equipment malfunction. ■ The Series 90-30 PLC system requires proper grounding for correct operation. Ground Conductors ■...
  • Page 50: Series 90-30 Plc Equipment Grounding

    Series 90-30 PLC Equipment Grounding Equipment grounding recommendations and procedures are listed below. These grounding procedures must be properly followed for safe, proper operation of your Series 90-30 PLC system. Baseplate Safety Grounding The following recommendations are offered, but applicable safety codes for your area or equipment type should also be consulted.
  • Page 51: Grounding 19" Rack-Mounted Baseplates

    All baseplates grouped together in a Series 90-30 PLC system must have a common ground connection. This is especially important for baseplates that are not mounted in the same control cabinet. Grounding 19" Rack-Mounted Baseplates There are two Adapter Brackets used for mounting a 10-slot Series 90-30 baseplate to a 19” Rack.
  • Page 52: Module Shield Grounding

    STAR LOCK WASHER BETWEEN USE 1 #6 TERMINAL AND PANEL MACHINE SCREW STAB-ON CONNECTOR MOUNT ON 44A735970-001R01 GROUNDED ENCLOSURE Figure 2-12. CPU 351 or 352 - Attaching Shield Ground Wire 2-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 53: Figure 2-13. Cpu 351 Or 352 - Mounting The Shield Grounding Bracket And Wire

    The second method, which can be used for systems in noisy environments consists of installing the green ground wire and the optional grounding bracket (part number 44C715646-001R01). This bracket attaches to the CPU using two #4 thread-rolling screws (part number N666P9004B6) and to the grounded enclosure using two #6 thread-rolling screws (part number N666P13006B6).
  • Page 54: Cpu363, Cpu364, And Cpu374 Shield Grounding

    These modules come equipped with suitable grounding hardware. Please refer to each module’s user’s manual for grounding instructions. Appendix G contains a product to publication cross- reference to help you identify the correct manual. 2-16 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 55: General Wiring Guidelines

    General Wiring Guidelines Warning In addition to the following wiring suggestions, we strongly urge that you follow all wiring and safety codes that apply to your area or your type of equipment. For example, in the United States, most areas have adopted the National Electrical Code standard and specify that all wiring conform to its requirements.
  • Page 56: Discrete I/O Module Connection Methods

    IC693CBL327/328 data sheet in Chapter 10. Connections to I/O Module Terminal Boards Series 90-30 PLC I/O terminal boards have either 10 or 20 screw terminals that will accept from two AWG #22 (0.36 mm ) to two AWG #16 (1.3 mm ), or one AWG #14 (2.1 mm...
  • Page 57: Terminal Block Quick Connect Installation For 16-Point Discrete Modules

    Connect an IC693CBL306/307 cable between the module’s faceplate connector and the connector on the Weidmuller terminal block. See Chapter 10 for cable data. ■ Wire I/O devices to the terminal block. See the Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual, GFK-0898, for pin-out information. GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 58: Using A Generic Terminal Block Or Strip

    See Appendix H for a list of cables. ■ Wire I/O devices to the terminal blocks. See the Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual, GFK-0898, for pin-out information. The Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) Assembly is an option for certain Series 90-30 discrete I/O modules.
  • Page 59: General Wiring Methods For Analog Modules

    Input modules, ground the end that is in the noisiest environment (which often is at the field device end). For Output modules, ground at the module end. See GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications, for more shield grounding information.
  • Page 60: Tbqc Not Recommended For Analog Modules

    Analog Output Module Wiring General Each output should be connected using a good quality shielded wire with the cable shield grounded at the module end. See GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications, for more information. Using a Generic Terminal Block or Strip ■...
  • Page 61: Ac Power Source Connections

    If the same AC power source is used to provide AC power to other baseplates in a Series 90-30 PLC System, ensure that all AC input connections are identical at each rack. Do not cross Line 1 (L1) and Line 2 (L2). A resulting difference in potential can injure personnel or cause damage to equipment.
  • Page 62: Power Supply Overvoltage Protection Devices

    Re-enable overvoltage protection after testing by reinstalling the strap. a47086 Frame Ground Jumper Strap Connects Overvoltage Protection Devices to Frame Ground Screw Terminals on Terminal Board Figure 2-16. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap 2-24 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 63: Special Installation Instructions For Floating Neutral (It) Systems

    Special Installation Instructions for Floating Neutral (IT) Systems When the AC input power supplies listed below are installed in a system where the Neutral line is not referenced to Protective Earth Ground, these special installation instructions must be followed to prevent damage to the power supply. IC693PWR321S (or later version) IC693PWR330A (or later version) Definition of Floating Neutral Systems...
  • Page 64: Use These Special Installation Instructions For Floating Neutral Systems

    For example, in a 240 Volt AC system with neutral floating 50V above earth ground, the transient protection should be rated at: 240V + 100V +50V = 390V 2-26 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 65: Dc Power Source Connections

    If the same DC input power source is used to provide power to two or more power supplies in a Series 90-30 PLC System, ensure that connection polarity is identical at each rack (top terminal + and second terminal -). Do not cross the Positive (+) and Negative (-) lines.
  • Page 66: Basic Installation Procedure

    This section offers a basic step-by-step approach to installing a Series 90-30 PLC system. Some steps refer to earlier sections of this chapter for additional details. An attempt was made to place the steps in an order that will make the process as efficient as possible.
  • Page 67 Number IC693ACC307 (unless using a cable with built-in terminator resistors, which would either be GE Fanuc cable IC693CBL302, or your own custom-built cable). 11. Install the modules in their correct slots using your system layout drawings. (The label on the side of each module identifies the module type and catalog number.) Refer to the section...
  • Page 68: Chapter 3 Baseplates

    Baseplates Chapter Baseplate Types A baseplate is composed of three main parts: (1) a circuit board mounted to (2) a metal back-plate with (3) a plastic cover. The circuit board, called the “backplane,” contains sockets for plug-in modules. The metal back-plate has four holes for mounting the baseplate, and retainers for mounting the modules.
  • Page 69: Two Baseplate Sizes

    5 or 10 slots. A 5-slot baseplate has slots for a Power Supply and five other modules, and a 10-slot baseplate has slots for a Power Supply and ten other modules. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 70: Baseplate Terms

    (embedded CPU) or one that has a slot for a plug-in CPU module (modular CPU). There can only be one CPU baseplate in a Series 90-30 PLC system and it will always be called Rack 0 (zero). A CPU module can only mount in Slot 1 of a modular CPU baseplate. A few special Option modules, such as the FIP Remote I/O Scanner module (IC693BEM330) can also be used in Slot 1 of a modular CPU baseplate.
  • Page 71: Cpu Baseplates

    There are no configuration switches or jumpers on the Model 311, 313, or 323 baseplates. ■ An embedded CPU baseplate is always assigned, by default, Rack Number Zero (0). Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 72: Figure 3-2. Models Ic693Cpu311 And Ic693Cpu313 (5-Slot) Embedded Cpu Baseplates

    Replaceable System (firmware) PROM Socket for Optional Program PROM SYSTEM PROGRAM PROM PROM PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER Description Label BASE 5-SLOT Says "With CPU" WITH CPU CAUTION NON-CPU SLOTS USER PROGRAM AND REGISTER VALUES MAY BE Memory Backup LOST IF POWER SUPPLY IS Warning Label REMOVED FOR LONGER THAN...
  • Page 73: Modular Cpu Baseplates (Figures 3-4 And 3-5)

    LOST IF POWER SUPPLY IS REMOVED FOR LONGER THAN 1 HOUR POWER CPU/1 I/O-2 I/O-3 I/O-4 I/O-5 I/O-6 I/O-7 I/O-8 I/O-9 I/O-10 SUPPLY Figure 3-5. IC693CHS391 10-Slot Modular CPU Baseplate Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 74: Expansion Baseplates (Figures 3-6 And 3-7)

    Expansion Baseplates (Figures 3-6 and 3-7) ■ There can be no more than a total of 50 feet (15 meters) of cable interconnecting Expansion baseplates and the CPU baseplate. ■ An Expansion baseplate cannot stand alone. It must be connected to a system that has a CPU. The CPU can be in a PLC or in a Personal Computer that is equipped with a Personal Computer Interface Card (see Chapter 11).
  • Page 75: Remote Baseplates (Figures 3-8 And 3-9)

    Remote baseplates are the same physical size, use the same type power supplies, and support the same I/O and option modules as the Expansion baseplates. ■ Each Remote baseplate has a Rack Number Selection DIP switch. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 76: Figure 3-8. Ic693Chs399 5-Slot Remote Baseplate

    EXPANSION RACK # PROGRAMMABLE X X X CONTROLLER X = CLOSED BASE 5-SLOT REMOTE NON-CPU SLOTS POWER I/O-1 I/O-2 I/O-3 I/O-4 I/O-5 SUPPLY Figure 3-8. IC693CHS399 5-Slot Remote Baseplate EXPANSION RACK # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER X = CLOSED BASE 10-SLOT...
  • Page 77: I/O Bus Expansion Cables

    I/O Bus Expansion Cables Five prewired I/O Bus Expansion cables are available from GE Fanuc. Catalog numbers and lengths of these cables are listed in the following figure. You can build custom cables to suit the needs of your application if cable lengths other than those listed are required. Refer to the “Cables”...
  • Page 78: Differences Between Remote And Expansion Racks

    Differences Between Remote and Expansion Racks Basically, Remote racks provide the same functionality as Expansion racks, but with the longer distance (700 feet/213 meters verses 50 feet/15 meters for Expansion racks) capability. To minimize unbalanced ground conditions, Remote baseplates have extra isolation circuitry. Unbalanced ground conditions can occur when systems are located long distances from each other and do not share the same ground system.
  • Page 79: Termination Requirement For Expansion Or Remote System

    GFK-0467. Series 90-30 PLC Backplane The Series 90-30 PLC backplane (on all three types of baseplates) has a dedicated I/O communications bus. The signals on the remote baseplate backplane are optically coupled and an isolated DC-DC power supply converter is provided to isolate the signals from other backplanes.
  • Page 80: Rack Number Dip Switch On Expansion And Remote Baseplates

    Rack Number DIP Switch on Expansion and Remote Baseplates Each baseplate in a Series 90-30 system is identified with a unique number called a “Rack Number.” Rack Numbers for Expansion and Remote baseplates are selected by setting a DIP switch located on each baseplate directly above the connector for Slot 1. Rack number 0 must always be present and is assigned, by default, to the CPU rack (the CPU baseplate does not have this DIP switch).
  • Page 81: Figure 3-12. Example Of Connecting Expansion Baseplates

    TERMINATOR in the connector at the end of the PLUG (See *NOTE) bus. IC693ACC307 DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION Figure 3-12. Example of Connecting Expansion Baseplates 3-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 82: Expansion And Remote Baseplates Connection Example

    Expansion and Remote Baseplates Connection Example The following example shows cable connections in a system that includes both remote and expansion baseplates. A system can have a combination of remote and expansion baseplates as long as the distance and cable requirements are followed. CPU BASEPLATE BASEPLATE IC693CHS391/397...
  • Page 83: Baseplate Mounting Dimensions

    For details on calculating heat dissipation, refer to Appendix F. Series 90-30 PLC baseplates are designed to be panel mounted. Each baseplate has standard attachment flanges for mounting on an electrical panel. Baseplate dimensions and proper spacing requirements for installation purposes for both the 5 and 10-slot baseplates with embedded CPU (Models 311 and Model 313 are 5-slot baseplates;...
  • Page 84 DIMENSIONS IN INCHES, 4.00 17.44 4.00 MILLIMETERS ARE IN PARENTHESIS (102) (443) (102) 4.00 16.85 (102) (428) REMOVABLE 15.60 5.59 (396) (142) TERMINAL BLOCK POWER SUPPLY .20 DIA. 3.54 (5.08) 5.12 (90) (TYPICAL) (130) FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW HINGED (20) DOOR 4.00 (102)
  • Page 85: Modular Cpu, Expansion, And Remote Baseplate Dimensions

    ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE RACK FOR ACCESS TO THE CONNECTOR. (102) ALLOWANCE FOR COOLING Figure 3-17. Modular CPU, Expansion, and Remote 10-Slot Baseplate Dimensions and Spacing Requirements 3-18 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 86: Load Ratings, Temperature, And Mounting Position

    Load Ratings, Temperature, and Mounting Position The power supply load rating depends on the mounting position of the baseplate and the ambient temperature. The load rating with the baseplate mounted upright on a panel is: ■ 100% at 60°C (140°F) Power supply load ratings with the baseplate mounted horizontally are: ■...
  • Page 87: Baseplate Adapter Brackets For 19" Rack Mounting

    Note: Baseplate is shown with cover removed for illustration purposes. It is not necessary to remove the baseplate cover to install the bracket. Figure 3-18. IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket Installation 3-20 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 88: Figure 3-19. Dimensions For 19" Rack Mounting Using Ic693Acc308 Adapter Bracket

    Dimensions for rack mounting a 10-slot baseplate with the IC693ACC308 Front Mount Adapter Bracket are shown in the following figure. 18.89 (480) 18.47 (469) DIMENSIONS IN INCHES (MILLIMETERS IN Figure 3-19. Dimensions for 19” Rack Mounting Using IC693ACC308 Adapter Bracket 0.160 (4.06) dia.
  • Page 89: Baseplate Comparison Table

    Catalog Number Type Size (Slots) IC693CPU311 Embedded CPU IC693CPU313 Embedded CPU IC693CPU323 Embedded CPU IC693CHS397 Modular CPU IC693CHS391 Modular CPU IC693CHS398 Expansion IC693CHS392 Expansion IC693CHS399 Remote IC693CHS393 Remote 3-22 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 90: Chapter 4 Power Supplies

    IC693PWR328 48 VDC input, 30 watts total output ■ IC693PWR331, High Capacity 24 VDC input, 30 watts total output Power Supply Feature Comparison The following table lists the features of the Series 90-30 PLC Power Supplies. Table 4-1. Power Supply Comparison Catalog Load...
  • Page 91: Ac/Dc Input Power Supplies

    COMPATIBLE SERIAL PORT BATTERY CONNECTORS LITHIUM BACK-UP BATTERY Figure 4-1. Standard AC/DC Input Power Supply - IC693PWR321 Power supplies must be installed in the leftmost slot in all baseplates. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 92: Table 4-3. Specifications For Ic693Pwr321 Standard Ac/Dc Input Power Supply

    Table 4-3. Specifications for IC693PWR321 Standard AC/DC Input Power Supply Nominal Rated Voltage 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC Input Voltage Range 85 to 264 VAC 100 to 300 VDC Input Power 90 VA with VAC Input 50 W with VDC Input (Maximum with Full Load) 4A peak, 250 milliseconds maximum Inrush Current...
  • Page 93: Ic693Pwr330 High Capacity Power Supply, 120/240 Vac/125 Vdc Input

    INTERNAL POWER SOURCE FOR OUTPUT MODULES REQUIRING 24VDC 0.8A MAX. RS-485 COMPATIBLE SERIAL PORT BATTERY CONNECTORS LITHIUM BACK-UP BATTERY Figure 4-2. High Capacity AC/DC Input Power Supply - IC693PWR330 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 94: Field Wiring Connections For The Ac/Dc Input Power Supplies

    Table 4-5. Specifications for IC693PWR330 High Capacity AC/DC Input Power Supply 120/240 VAC or 125 VDC Nominal Rated Voltage Input Voltage Range 85 to 264 VAC 100 to 300 VDC Input Power 100 VA with VAC Input (Maximum with Full Load) 50 W with VDC Input Inrush Current 4A peak, 250 ms maximum...
  • Page 95: Isolated 24 Vdc Supply Output Connections

    Isolated +24 volt DC output which can be used to provide power for external circuits (within power limitations of the supply). Caution If the Isolated 24 VDC supply is overloaded or shorted, the Programmable Logic Controller will stop operation. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 96: Dc Input Only Power Supplies

    24 or 48 VDC +5 VDC +24 VDC Isolated 20 +24 VDC Relay 15 15 watts watts watts * Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts. IC693PWR322 GE Fanuc SYSTEM STATUS INDICATORS Series 90-30 BATT PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER STANDARD...
  • Page 97: Calculating Input Power Requirements For Ic693Pwr322

    POWER (WATTS) TOTAL OUTPUT POWER (WATTS) Figure 4-5. Typical Efficiency Curve for 24/48 VDC Power Supply Note Start-up surge at full load is 4 amps for 250 milliseconds (maximum). Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 98 Input Power/Current Calculation ■ Determine total output load from typical specifications listed for individual modules in Chapters 2 and 3. ■ Use the graph to determine average input power. ■ Divide the input power by the operating source voltage to determine the input current requirements.
  • Page 99: Ic693Pwr328 Standard Power Supply, 48 Vdc Input

    MODULES REQUIRING 24 VDC 24VDC OUTPUT 0.8A MAX. RS-485 COMPATIBLE SERIAL PORT BATTERY CONNECTORS LITHIUM BACK-UP BATTERY Figure 4-6. Series 90-30 48 VDC Input Power Supply - IC693PWR328 4-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 100: Calculating Input Power Requirements For Ic693Pwr328

    Table 4-9. Specifications for IC693PWR328 Power Supply Nominal Rated Voltage 48 VDC Input Voltage Range 38 to 56 VDC Input Power 50 watts maximum at full load Inrush Current 4A peak, 100 ms maximum Output Power 5 VDC: 15 watts maximum 24 VDC Relay: 15 watts maximum 24 VDC Isolated: 20 watts maximum NOTE: 30 watts maximum total (all three outputs)
  • Page 101: Input Power/Current Calculation For Ic693Pwr328 Power Supply

    ■ Use the lowest input voltage to determine the maximum input current. ■ Allow for start-up surge current requirements. ■ Allow margins (10% to 20%) for variations. 4-12 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 102: Ic693Pwr331 High Capacity Power Supply, 24 Vdc Input

    12 to 30 +5 VDC +24 VDC Isolated 20 +24 VDC Relay 15 30 watts watts watts * Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts. IC693PWR331 GE Fanuc SYSTEM STATUS Series 90-30 INDICATORS BATT HIGH CAPACITY POWER SUPPLY PROGRAMMABL...
  • Page 103: Current Derating For Higher Temperatures

    ** Derate per Figure 2-22 at ambient temperatures above 50°C (122°F). Current Derating for Higher Temperatures 5 VDC CURRENT AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ( C) ° Figure 4-9. 5 VDC Current Output Derating for Temperatures above 50°C (122°F) 4-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 104: Calculating Input Power Requirements For Ic693Pwr331

    Calculating Input Power Requirements for IC693PWR331 Use the following procedure to determine input power requirements for the 24 VDC High Capacity Power Supply: ■ Determine total output power load from typical specifications listed for individual modules at the end of this chapter. ■...
  • Page 105: Common Series 90-30 Power Supply Features

    If you want to Hi-pot test this supply, overvoltage protection must be disabled during the test by removing the terminal strip jumper strap. Re-enable overvoltage protection after testing by reinstalling the strap. 4-16 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 106: Output Voltage Connections To Backplane (All Supplies)

    Frame Ground Jumper Strap Connects Overvoltage Protection Devices to Frame Ground Screw Terminals on Terminal Board Figure 4-10. Overvoltage Protection Devices and Jumper Strap Output Voltage Connections to Backplane (All Supplies) The following figure illustrates how these three output voltages are connected internally to the backplane on the baseplate.
  • Page 107: Overcurrent Protection (All Supplies)

    PSOK *HOLD-UP TIME: 20 ms, minimum for IC693PWR321/330 14 ms, minimum for IC693PWR322 10 ms, minimum for IC693PWR331/332 Figure 4-12. Timing Diagram for all Series 90-30 Power Supplies 4-18 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 108: Cpu Serial Port Connector On Power Supply (All Supplies)

    A 15-pin D-type female connector, accessed by opening the hinged door on the right front of the power supply, provides the connection to a CPU serial port which is used to connect to: ■ A programmer (usually a personal computer) running GE Fanuc PLC programming software. ■ The GE Fanuc Hand-Held Programmer.
  • Page 109: Backup Battery For Ram Memory (All Supplies)

    Otherwise, there is a possibility that data will be corrupted or the application program will be cleared from memory. Additional Battery Information For additional information on the memory backup battery, see the chapter, “Memory Backup and Backup Battery.” 4-20 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 110: Chapter 5 Cpus

    Chapter CPU Types for Series 90-30 PLCs There are numerous CPU models available for the Series 90-30 PLC which differ in speed, I/O capacity, size of user memory, and advanced features. This variety of models gives a system designer considerable flexibility in choosing the one best suited to the system being designed.
  • Page 111: Modular Cpus

    CPU. ■ A modular CPU baseplate is always assigned, by default, Rack Number 0. ■ All have a time-of-day (TOD) clock. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 112: General Cpu Features

    CPU serial port which is used to connect to: ■ a programmer (usually a personal computer) running GE Fanuc PLC programming software. The IC690ACC901 Miniconverter/cable kit is a convenient way to access this port. See Appendix D for details.
  • Page 113: Memory Volatility

    Figure 5-3. CPU Serial Port Connector on Power Supply ■ This serial port is RS-485 compatible, and uses the GE Fanuc SNP (Series Ninety Protocol) protocol (slave only). Breakfree SNP became the default protocol on all serial ports on the Series 90-30 CPUs, starting with firmware release 9.00 for CPUs 350–364, and firmware...
  • Page 114: Ram Memory

    RAM Memory Every Series 90-30 CPU uses RAM memory for its ”working memory.” The RAM chips used are of the CMOS type. CMOS RAM is an acronym for Complimentary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor, Random Access Memory. CMOS RAM is a relatively fast, low power memory that can be easily examined (read) and changed (written to).
  • Page 115: Cpu Firmware

    GE Fanuc Web site lists CPU revision histories, matching version numbers to associated features. See Chapter 13 for information on the GE Fanuc Web site. Users who could benefit from a new firmware release may choose to upgrade their CPU by installing new firmware. Upgrades come in two formats, depending on the type of CPU to be upgraded.
  • Page 116: Determining Cpu Revision Levels (Versions)

    CPU module (if it has one). The applicable method will be documented in your upgrade kit instructions. Downloadable firmware upgrade files are also found in the Technical Support area of the GE Fanuc Web site. See Chapter 13 for Web site information.
  • Page 117: Eprom And Eeprom User Program Storage Options

    These letters can be cross-referenced to the firmware version. A revision history list for Series 90-30 products, including CPUs, can be found in the GE Fanuc web site technical support area (www.gefanuc.com/support/) that cross-references revision letters, firmware versions, and related features.
  • Page 118: Procedure For Creating An Eprom

    Always keep a backup copy of your current program files in case of an emergency. EEPROM and EPROM devices, listed in the following table, are available from GE Fanuc. Table 5-2. EPROM and EEPROM Catalog Numbers GE Fanuc...
  • Page 119: Series 90-30 Cpu Capacities

    5 CPU352 and CPU374 have hardware-based floating point math. Other CPUs have firmware-based floating point math. User Memory Addresses (References) Data in the Series 90-30 PLC programs is referenced by its memory address. A reference indicates the way that data is stored in the PLC. A reference specifies both a memory type and a precise location (number) within that memory type.
  • Page 120: User Memory Reference Types

    User Memory Reference Types The user references referred to in the following tables are explained in the Series 90-30 PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, GFK-0467. Table 5-4. Range and Size of User References for CPU Models 311-341 Reference (Memory) Type...
  • Page 121: Application Program Compatibility

    CPU time accurate. The instruction to use in this case is Service Request #7, “Change/Read Time-of-Day Clock.” At the appropriate time, a 5-12 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 122: Breakfree Snp Protocol

    ■ The user program in CPUs 350—374 cannot be viewed or edited with the Series 90-30 Hand- Held Programmer (IC693PRG300). You must use one of the GE Fanuc programming software packages to create or edit CPU 350—-374 user programs. ■...
  • Page 123: Cpu Advanced Features

    (limited to 16K %R words, 8K %AI words, and 8K %AQ words), and full support in Control (Version 2.2 and later), VersaPro (all versions), and CIMPLICITY Machine Edition Logic Developer-PLC (all versions). 5-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 124 CPU352 and CPU374 and the firmware-based type, this will not be significant to many users. For applications where faster performance is important, the CPU352 and CPU374 are the best choice. The floating-point math instructions are explained in the Series 90-30 PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, GFK-0467K or later.
  • Page 125 The stored snapshots can be analyzed to see the time relationship of the bits sampled. Please see the Series 90-30 PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, GFK-0467K or later for details on using this instruction. Some feature highlights: ■...
  • Page 126 10BASE-T port. However, if you choose, you may use an external transceiver by connecting to the CPU364’s AAUI port, which bypasses the internal transceiver (see Appendix J for GE Fanuc transceiver information). ■ The CPU374 does not require an external transceiver for either of its 10/100 BASE T/TX ports.
  • Page 127: Hardware Features Of The 350–364 Cpus

    CPU Firmware Upgrade The CPU firmware, which is stored in Flash memory, is loaded through the serial port connector on the PLC Power Supply. PORT PORT CPU 350 CPU 360 5-18 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 128: Cpu351, Cpu352, And Cpu363 Hardware Features

    CPU351, CPU352, and CPU363 Hardware Features These three modules are similar in features and functionality. The CPU351 and CPU352 look identical except for labeling. The CPU363 has the same features as the other two, but the orientation of its Port 1 and Port 2 connectors is reversed from those of the CPU351 and CPU352, and its LED indicator lights, key switch, and shield ground connector are in different locations.
  • Page 129: Shield Ground Connection Tab

    ■ The P2 LED will flash when data is being transferred through Port 2, the RS-485 port. It remains off when the port is inactive. 5-20 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 130: Protocols Supported

    Protocols Supported Starting with Firmware Release 9.00, breakfree SNP became the default protocol on the three Serial Ports on these modules. See “Breakfree SNP Protocol” on page 5-13 for details. SNP Port (Through Power Supply Connector) ■ SNP slave ■ SNP-X slave Port 1 and Port 2 (Through Module’s Front Panel Connectors) ■...
  • Page 131: Pin Assignments For Cpu351, Cpu352, And Cpu363 Serial Ports 1 & 2

    Differential Send Data RTS(B’) Differential Request To Send CTS(A’) Differential Clear To Send Note that Pin 5 provides Isolated +5 VDC power (100 mA maximum) for powering external options. 5-22 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 132: Cpu364 Hardware Features

    CPU364 Hardware Features This module has four LED indicator lights, an Ethernet Restart pushbutton, a standard CPU keyswitch, three port connectors, and a shield ground connection tab (labeled “FRAME”). PORT CPU 364 STAT ETHERNET RESTART PORT 1 RS-232 PIN 1 AAUI 10BASE T FRAME...
  • Page 133: Keyswitch

    AAUI port - This 14-pin AAUI port connects via a user-supplied IEEE 802.3 transceiver cable to an external Ethernet-compatible transceiver such as the GE Fanuc catalog number IC649AEA102 (for 10Base T) or IC649AEA103 (for 10Base 2). See Appendix J for details on these transceivers.
  • Page 134: Cpu374 Hardware Features

    CPU374 Hardware Features This module has eight LED indicators, an Ethernet Restart pushbutton, a standard CPU keyswitch, three port connectors, and a shield ground connection tab (labeled “FRAME”). PORT CPU 374 STAT ETHERNET RESTART STATION PIN 1 LINK/ACT PORT 1 100Mbps LINK/ACT PORT 2...
  • Page 135: Keyswitch

    The CPU and Ethernet Interface firmware, which is stored in Flash memory, is loaded through the serial port connector on the PLC Power Supply using a personal computer that has been equipped with the loader and CPU firmware software. 5-26 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 136: Cpu Data Sheets

    CPU Data Sheets This section provides data sheets describing each of the Series 90-30 CPU modules. For information on the State Logic CPUs, see Chapter 9, “State Logic Products.” CPU Model List ■ IC693CPU311 5-slot baseplate with embedded CPU, 1K Byte Register Memory ■...
  • Page 137 LAN - Supports multidrop. Also supports Ethernet, FIP, Profibus, GBC, GCM, GCM+ option modules. Override Battery Backed Clock Interrupts Type of Memory Storage RAM and optional EPROM or EEPROM PCM/CCM Compatibility 5-28 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 138 Catalog Number IC693CPU313 CPU313 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER BASE 5-SLOT WITH CPU PROGRAM CAUTION SYSTEM PROM PROM USER PROGRAM AND REGISTER VALUES MAY BE LOST IF POWER SUPPLY IS REMOVED FOR LONGER THAN i HOUR POWER SUPPLY CPU Type 5-slot baseplate with embedded CPU Total Baseplates per System Load Required from Power Supply 430 milliamps from +5 VDC supply...
  • Page 139 LAN - Supports multidrop. Also supports Ethernet, FIP, Profibus, GBC, GCM, GCM+ option modules. Override Battery Backed Clock Interrupts Type of Memory Storage RAM and optional EPROM or EEPROM PCM/CCM Compatibility 5-30 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 140 CPU331 Catalog Number IC693CPU331 CPU Type Single slot CPU module Total Baseplates per System 5 (1 CPU baseplate + 4 expansion and/or remote) Load Required from Power Supply 350 milliamps from +5 VDC supply Processor Speed 10 MegaHertz Processor Type 80188 Operating Temperature 0 to 60 degrees C (32 to 140 degrees F) ambient...
  • Page 141: Catalog Number Ic693Cpu340

    LAN - Supports multidrop. Also supports Ethernet, FIP, Profibus, GBC, GCM, GCM+ option modules. Override Battery Backed Clock Interrupts Type of Memory Storage RAM and optional Flash PCM/CCM Compatibility 5-32 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 142: Catalog Number Ic693Cpu341

    Catalog Number IC693CPU341 CPU341 CPU Type Single slot CPU module Total Baseplates per System 5 (1 CPU baseplate + 4 expansion and/or remote) Load Required from Power Supply 490 milliamps from +5 VDC supply CPU341 Processor Speed 20 MegaHertz Processor Type 80C188XL Operating Temperature 0 to 60 degrees C (32 to 140 degrees F) ambient...
  • Page 143: Catalog Number Ic693Cpu350

    Battery Backed Clock Interrupts Supports the periodic subroutine feature Type of Memory Storage RAM and Flash PCM/CCM Compatibility Floating Point Math Support Yes. Firmware-based in firmware releases 9.0 and later. 5-34 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 144: Cpu351

    CPU351 Catalog Number IC693CPU351 CPU Type Single slot CPU module Total Baseplates per System 8 (CPU baseplate + 7 expansion and/or remote) Load Required from Power Supply 890 milliamps from +5 VDC supply CPU 351 Processor Speed 25 MegaHertz Processor Type 80386EX Operating Temperature 0 to 60 degrees C (32 to 140 degrees F) ambient...
  • Page 145: Cpu352

    Yes, hardware-based (built-in math co-processor) The CPU352 is supported by Logicmaster 90-30/20/Micro programming and configuration software Release 7.00 and later releases, and Control programming and configuration software Release 2.0 and later releases. 5-36 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 146: Cpu360

    Catalog Number IC693CPU360 CPU360 CPU Type Single slot CPU module Total Baseplates per System 8 (CPU baseplate + 7 expansion and/or remote) Load Required from Power Supply 670 milliamps from +5 VDC supply PORT Processor Speed 25 MegaHertz CPU 360 Processor Type 80386EX Operating Temperature...
  • Page 147: Cpu363

    Interrupt Support Supports the periodic subroutine feature. Type of Memory Storage RAM and Flash PCM/CCM Compatibility Floating Point Mat h Support Yes, firmware-based in firmware Release 9.0 and later. 5-38 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 148: Cpu364

    Catalog Number IC693CPU364 CPU364 CPU Type Single slot CPU module with embedded Ethernet Interface Total Baseplates per System 8 (CPU baseplate + 7 expansion and/or remote) Load Required from Power Supply 1.51 Amps from +5 VDC supply Processor Speed 25 MegaHertz CPU 364 Processor Type 80386EX...
  • Page 149: Cpu374

    Agency Approvals UL508, C-UL (Class I, DIV II, A, B, C, D), CE Mark Low Temperature (LT) Testing Yes. The CPU374 is available for -40° to 60°C operation. 5-40 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 150: Chapter 6 Memory Backup/Battery Backup

    Memory Backup/Battery Backup Chapter Backup Battery for RAM Memory (All Supplies) The long-life Lithium battery (IC693ACC301) used to maintain the contents of the CMOS RAM memory in the CPU is accessed by removing the cover plate located at the bottom of the power supply faceplate.
  • Page 151: Battery Replacement Instructions

    Carefully reach into battery cavity with your fingers (do not use a metal object to do this) and plug in new battery connector. ■ Clip new battery into clip on battery cover. ■ Snap battery cover back onto power supply. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 152: Battery Replacement/Memory Protection Factors

    Train more than one person to load the backup program in case that one person is not available when needed. Information on creating a backup can be found in GE Fanuc ’s software user’s manuals. This procedure is also covered in applicable GE Fanuc programming software training courses.
  • Page 153: Factors Affecting Battery Life

    (as in the example rung below), or to send a warning to an operator interface terminal. %SA011 %Qxxx Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 154 (which, in that case, would probably be a %M coil) to a Human to Machine Interface (HMI) terminal such as a GE Fanuc CIMPLICITY HMI unit. The HMI could be programmed to display a warning message when that particular bit goes to a logic 1. For more information about System Reference bits and ladder logic programming, see the Series 90-30/20/Micro PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, GFK-0467.
  • Page 155: Operating Without A Memory Backup Battery

    PROM device. If that step is forgotten, the change only exists in RAM memory, and in a battery-less system, it will be lost the next time power is removed from the PLC. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 156 Configuring a Battery-Less System Here are the basic steps to configure a system to run battery-less. When configured this way, the contents of PROM memory will be written into RAM memory each time the PLC powers up. ■ Equip your CPU with a PROM device. On some CPUs a PROM device is purchased as an option;...
  • Page 157: Ram Memory Battery Backup Connection Path

    2 VDC, at which time memory contents will be lost. When used this way, the super capacitor can maintain memory contents for a minimum of 20 minutes. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 158: Maintaining Ram Memory During Storage Or Shipment Of A Cpu

    Maintaining RAM Memory During Storage or Shipment of a CPU Modular CPUs Modular CPUs have an internal connector for a backup battery so that RAM memory contents can be retained while the CPU is being stored or shipped. This arrangement should not to be used when the CPU module is installed in the baseplate and the backup battery is installed in the power supply.
  • Page 159: Battery Accessory Kit Installation

    CPU374 for 15 months. CPU models 331—364 maintain RAM contents for approximately 75 months. For details, see the Datasheet for the External Battery Module, GFK-2124. 6-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 160: Batteries In Power Supplies On Expansion Or Remote Racks

    Batteries in Power Supplies on Expansion or Remote Racks Batteries in power supplies on Expansion or Remote racks, are not in use. Only the battery in a CPU rack supplies backup power to RAM memory. Batteries in non-CPU racks may be removed and used as spares, if they meet the age requirements stated previously in this chapter.
  • Page 161: Chapter 7 Input/Output Modules

    The basics of the Series 90-30 Input and Output (I/O) modules are covered in this chapter for your convenience. A table listing these modules is located at the end of this chapter. For detailed specifications and installation instructions, please refer to publication GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications.
  • Page 162: Discrete I/O Modules

    In addition to the modules discussed in this chapter, numerous third-party I/O modules (and other hardware and software products) for the Series 90-30 PLC are available to meet a wide variety of needs. For information on third-party modules, consult the following: Your GE Fanuc PLC distributor or sales engineer The GE Fanuc web site at http://www.gefanuc.com...
  • Page 163: Figure 7-1. Example Of Series 90-30 Standard Density Discrete Output Module

    number is also printed on the label on the side of the module. However, in order to see this side label, the module has to be removed from the PLC On the front side of the front cover insert are lines that correspond to the module’s I/O points. You can temporarily remove the insert and write the signal name for each point on the appropriate line, as shown in the example in the figure.
  • Page 164: Wiring Standard Density (16-Point Or Less) Discrete Modules

    This is usually in the form of an R- C (Resistor-Capacitor) network across an AC load, or a reverse-biased diode across a DC load. Please see GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications, for details. High Density (32-Point) Discrete Module Features ■...
  • Page 165: Figure 7-2. Example Of 32-Point I/O Module (Ic693Mdl654) With Dual Connectors

    A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LED Indicators C1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 D1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 INPUT 5/12 VDC POS/NEG LOGIC 3.0 mA/Pt at 5VDC Pin B12 Pin A12 Pin A1...
  • Page 166: Wiring Methods For 32-Point Discrete I/O Modules

    6 feet (2 meters) long. Chapter 10, “Cables,” has details on these cables. ■ Connect to a user-supplied terminal block/strip or I/O field devices using one of the two GE Fanuc “interface” cables. These cables have a 50-pin connector on one end that plugs into the module, and stripped, tinned leads on the other for wiring to a terminal block/strip or I/O field devices.
  • Page 167: Modules With Dual 24-Pin Connectors

    Connect to a pair of Terminal Block Quick Connect (TBQC) terminal blocks (IC693ACC337) using a pair of GE Fanuc cables. Three lengths of cables are available: 20” (0.5 meter), 3 feet (1 meter), 6 feet (2 meters). The cables come in right hand and left hand types because the connectors on the modules are oriented differently (see figure 7-2).
  • Page 168: Analog Module Features

    Module Lens Cap. Located on the top front of the module, it covers the LED (Light Emitting Diode) OK status light. This light indicates the basic status of the module. For normal operation, the OK LED should be on. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 169: Wiring Methods For Analog Modules

    Input modules, ground the end that is in the noisiest environment (which often is at the field device end). For Output modules, ground at the module end. See GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications, for more shield grounding information.
  • Page 170: Analog Output Module Wiring

    I/O Module Power Supply Current Draw These values are found in Chapter 12 of this manual, which discusses how to calculate power supply loading. The information is also found in GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications. 7-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002...
  • Page 171: I/O Module Wire Routing

    I/O Module Wire Routing To reduce noise coupling among PLC wires, it is recommended you keep electrically noisy wiring, such as AC power wiring and Discrete Output Module wiring, physically separated from low-level signal wiring such as connections to DC and Analog Input modules. This can be accomplished by grouping separately, where practical, the following categories of wiring: ■...
  • Page 172: Ic693Dvm300 Digital Valve Driver Module

    This 4-channel digital valve driver module is capable of driving loads of up to 1.6 Amps at 24 VDC. Although it mounts in a standard Series 90-30 PLC slot, it does not connect to the PLC backplane. Its control power and output power come from an external supply. (The GE Fanuc IC690PWR124 stand-alone power supply would be a suitable choice.) This module is designed for...
  • Page 173: Dvm Specifications

    DVM Specifications Table 7-1. IC693DVM300 Specifications OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS Outputs (Channels) per Module 2500 Vrms (optical isolation) Isolation Nominal Output Voltage 24 VDC Power Supply for Output Channels 26 VDC nominal, 21 VDC minimum, 35 VDC maximum Output Current 1.6 Amps maximum per channel 6.4 Amps maximum total per module 0.32 VDC Output Voltage Drop (fully loaded)
  • Page 174: Table 7-2. Ic693Dvm300 Connections

    VALVE3.OUT Channel 3 Output connection (return on pin 18) VALVE3.RET Return connection for Channel 3 Output (pin 17) VALVE4.OUT Channel 4 Output connection (return on pin 20) VALVE4.RET Return connection for Channel 4 Output (pin 19) 7-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 175: Table 7-3. Series 90-30 Discrete I/O Modules

    Table 7-3. Series 90-30 Discrete I/O Modules Catalog Points Description Number Discrete Modules - Input IC693MDL230 120 VAC Isolated IC693MDL231 240 VAC Isolated IC693MDL240 120 VAC IC693MDL241 24 VAC IC693MDL630 24 VDC Positive Logic IC693MDL632 125 VDC Positive/Negative Logic IC693MDL633 24 VDC Negative Logic IC693MDL634 24 VDC Positive/Negative...
  • Page 176: Table 7-4. Series 90-30 Analog I/O Modules

    IC693ALG223 Analog Input, Current, High Density IC693ALG390 Analog Output, Voltage IC693ALG391 Analog Output, Current IC693ALG392 Analog Output, Current/Voltage, High Density IC693ALG442 4 In/2 Out Analog Current/Voltage Combination Input/Output 7-16 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 177: Chapter 8 Option Modules

    In addition to the modules discussed in this chapter, numerous third-party option modules (and other hardware and software products) for the Series 90-30 PLC are available to meet a wide variety of needs. Third-party companies that meet GE Fanuc’s standards may apply for recognition under the GE Fanuc Accompany Program.
  • Page 178: Ic693Cmm301 Genius Communications Module (Gcm)

    The Genius Communications bus is a token passing peer-to-peer, noise immune network optimized to provide high speed transfer of real time control data. Up to eight Series 90-30 PLC CPUs, in any combination, can communicate with each other over a single Genius I/O serial bus using a standard twisted pair, shielded cable.
  • Page 179: Status Leds

    Status LEDs The LEDs on the front of the GCM module indicate its operating status and should be on during normal operation. Shows the status of the GCM module. This LED turns on after power up diagnostics are completed. Shows the status of the Genius communications bus. This LED is on steadily when the bus is operating properly.
  • Page 180: Ic693Cmm302 Enhanced Genius Communications Module (Gcm+)

    Genius bus serving up to 31 additional devices on the bus. For example, this allows a Series 90-30 PLC with three GCM+ modules to exchange global data with as many as 93 other Genius devices automatically. In addition to basic global data exchange, the GCM+ module can be used for various applications such as: Data monitoring by a personal computer or an industrial computer.
  • Page 181: Status Leds

    Status LEDs The LEDs on the front of the GBC indicate its operating status and should be on during normal operation. Shows the status of the GBC module. This LED turns on after power up diagnostics are completed. Shows the status of the Genius communications bus. This LED is on steadily when the bus is operating properly.
  • Page 182: Ic693Bem331 Genius Bus Controller (Gbc)

    The Series 90-30 Genius Bus Controller (GBC), catalog number IC693BEM331, provides the interface between a Series 90-30 PLC and a Genius I/O serial bus. The GBC receives and transmits control data of up to 128 bytes for up to 31 devices on the Genius I/O bus. A Genius Bus...
  • Page 183: Number Of Genius Bus Controllers

    Number of Genius Bus Controllers Up to eight Genius Bus Controllers or Enhanced Genius Communications Modules can be included in a Series 90-30 PLC system that has release 5.0 or later CPU firmware. A GBC cannot be installed in a system with a GCM.
  • Page 184: Genius Hand-Held Monitor

    30 CPU. Faults can then be displayed in the fault table using the programming software. A Genius Hand-held Monitor must be used to clear the faults from the fault table. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 185: Datagrams

    Global Data each bus scan from each GBC on its bus. Sending Global Data Once set up by configuration, Global Data is broadcast automatically. Other devices that receive the Global Data sent by a Series 90-30 PLC place it in these memory locations: Series 90-30 PLC Sends Global Data To:...
  • Page 186: Ic693Bem340 Fip Bus Controller (Fbc) Module

    Figure 8-6. Example of FIP I/O System Configuration A FIP bus is used primarily for I/O control. It also is used to store configuration data to remote devices and to report faults. Devices that can be on a FIP bus in a Series 90-30 PLC system include: Series 90-70 PLC, interfaced to a FIP bus by a FIP Bus Controller.
  • Page 187: Status Leds

    The FIP Bus Controller is a standard, rack-mounted Series 90-30 PLC module. It plugs easily into the PLC’s backplane. The latch on the bottom of the module secures it in position. Module OK Carrier Detect Ch. 1 Transmit Enable Ch. 1 Carrier Detect Ch.
  • Page 188: Ic693Bem330 Fip Remote I/O Scanner Module

    I/O data to FIP application variables detects module and system faults and reports them to the FIP network permits standalone configuration using Hand-Held Programmer retains its network configuration through loss of power 8-12 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 189: Fip Bus Interface

    The DIP switch on the module must be set to the FIP position for the Remote I/O Scanner to communicate with a Series 90-70 PLC. Module Description The FIP Remote I/O Scanner is a standard Series 90-30 PLC module that plugs easily into the backplane of the baseplate. FIP CH S2 1.0 MHz...
  • Page 190: Connectors

    The red Transmission Enabled LEDs indicate the module is generating transmissions on their respective channels. FIP Remote I/O Scanner Documentation: GFK-1037, Series 90-30 FIP Remote I/O Scanner User’s Manual GFK-1038, FIP Bus Controller User’s Manual 8-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 191: Ic693Apu301/302 Motion Mate Axis Positioning Module (Apm)

    The Motion Mate APM is an easy-to-use intelligent, fully programmable one-axis (IC693APU301) or two-axis (IC693APU302) motion control module for the Series 90-30 PLC. The APM allows a PLC user to combine high-performance control with PLC logic solving functions in one integrated system.
  • Page 192: Apm Cables

    Motion Mate APM Module Documentation See the following manuals for detailed information on Power Mate APM Modules: GFK-0840 Motion Mate APM for Series 90-30 PLC Standard Mode User’s Manual GFK-0781 Motion Mate APM for Series 90-30 PLC Follower Mode User’s Manual GFK-0664 Series 90 PLC APM Programmer’s Manual...
  • Page 193: Ic693Dsm302 Motion Mate Digital Servo Module (Dsm302)

    Series 90-30 PLC. In digital mode, this module controls GE Fanuc digital servos. Beginning with firmware version 1.40, this module has the ability to control servos with an analog command input, such as the GE Fanuc SL Series Servos, or third party analog servos.
  • Page 194: Features

    The serial port also allows ”soft“ upgrades to firmware, which is stored in Flash memory. Control of GE Fanuc Digital servos, analog SL Series Servos, or third party analog servos. Home and overtravel switch inputs for each Servo Axis...
  • Page 195 GFH-001, Beta Series Servo Products Specification Guide GFZ-65192EN, Alpha Series Servo Amplifier (SVU) Descriptions Manual GFZ-65162E, Control Motor Amplifier, Alpha Series GFZ-65142E, GFZ-65150E, GFZ-65165E, Alpha Series Servo Motor Manuals GFK-0356Q Chapter 8 Option Modules 8-19...
  • Page 196: Ic693Dsm314 Motion Mate Digital Servo Module (Dsm314)

    The Motion Mate DSM314 is a high-performance motion control module that is highly integrated with the logic solving and communications functions of the Series 90-30 PLC. In digital mode, this module controls GE Fanuc digital servos. In analog mode, this module controls servos with an analog command input, such as the GE Fanuc SL Series Servos, or third party analog servos.
  • Page 197: Features

    Ease of I/O connection with factory cables and terminal blocks Electronic CAM capability, starting with Firmware Release (Version) 2.0 Control of GE Fanuc α Series and β Series Digital servos, SL-Series servos, or third party servos with analog velocity command or analog torque command interface.
  • Page 198: Ic693Dsm314 Documentation

    IC693DSM314 Documentation GFK-1742, Motion Mate DSM314 for Series 90-30 PLC User’s Manual Related servo manuals: GFK-1581, SL Series Servo User’s Manual GFH-001, Beta Series Servo Products Specification Guide GFZ-65192EN, Alpha Series Servo Amplifier (SVU) Descriptions Manual GFZ-65162E, Control Motor Amplifier, Alpha Series...
  • Page 199: Ic693Apu300 High Speed Counter (Hsc) Module

    IC693APU300 High Speed Counter (HSC) Module The High Speed Counter (IC693APU300) for the Series 90-30 PLC is a single-slot module which can be used in applications where pulse input rates exceed the input capability of the PLC or where too large a percentage of PLC processing capability would be required. The High Speed Counter...
  • Page 200: Ic693Bem320 I/O Link Interface (Slave) Module

    The Fanuc I/O LINK is a serial interface which provides high speed exchange of data between a master and up to 16 slaves. An example of a Series 90-30 PLC in a Fanuc I/O LINK system configuration is shown in the following illustration.
  • Page 201: Ic693Bem321 I/O Link Master Module

    Figure 8-16. Example of I/O LINK Master System Configuration The illustration above shows a simple I/O LINK system: a Series 90-30 PLC used as a master, a Series 90-30 Hand-held Programmer, an I/O LINK, and one slave. In the illustration, the slave is a Power Mate CNC.
  • Page 202: Compatibility

    Any number of I/O LINK Master Modules can be installed in a Series 90-30 PLC. When there are multiple I/O LINK Master Modules in the same PLC, they must be on separate I/O LINKs. An I/O LINK Master Module can be installed in any I/O slot in any baseplate. The maximum number of...
  • Page 203: Ic693Apu305 I/O Processor Module

    IC693APU305 I/O Processor Module The I/O Processor (IOP) module (IC693APU305) for the Series 90-30 PLC provides direct processing of rapid pulse signals for industrial control applications such as: Fast response process control Velocity measurement Material handling, marking, and packaging Direct processing means that the module is able to sense inputs, process the input information, and control the outputs without needing to communicate with a CPU.
  • Page 204: Module Features

    MODULE OK LED. I/O Processor Module Documentation Please refer to publication GFK-1028, Series 90-30 I/O Processor User’s Manual. 8-28 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 205: Ic693Cmm321 Ethernet Interface Module

    The Ethernet Interface module (IC693CMM321) provides an interface that allows you to attach the Series 90-30 PLC to an Ethernet LAN via an external transceiver and AAUI cable, and to communicate with hosts and other control devices on the network.
  • Page 206 AAUI (Transceiver) Port The 14-pin AAUI port connects to an external Ethernet-compatible transceiver via an IEEE 802.3 transceiver cable. GE Fanuc catalog number IC649AEA102 (for 10Base T) or IC649AEA103 (for 10Base2) are suitable transceivers (see Appendix J for details). Default MAC Address Label The Default MAC Address label lists the Ethernet MAC address to be used by this module.
  • Page 207: Ic693Pcm300/301/311 Programmable Coprocessor Module (Pcm)

    90-30 Modular CPUs (will not work with Embedded CPU models 311, 313, or 323). The PCM supports the Modbus RTU and GE Fanuc CCM protocols, as well as the MegaBasic and C programming languages. A free program for using this module as an RTU Master can be downloaded from the GE Fanuc website.
  • Page 208 IC690CBL701/702/705 - These cables provides a direct RS-232 connection between the PCM and various programmers’ serial ports. These cables are not supplied with the PCM modules. Please see Chapter 10 for details on these cables. 8-32 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 209 Programmable Coprocessor Module Documentation GFK-0255, Series 90 Programmable Coprocessor Module and Support Software User’s Manual GFK-0256, Megabasic Language Reference and Programmer’s Guide Reference Manual GFK-0487, Series 90 PCM Development Software (PCOP) User’s Manual GFK-0771, C Programmer’s Toolkit for Series 90 PCMs User’s Manual GFK-0356Q Chapter 8 Option Modules 8-33...
  • Page 210: Ic693Cmm311 Communications Coprocessor Module (Cmm)

    Series 90-30 modular CPUs (cannot be used with embedded CPUs - models 311, 313, or 323). This module supports the GE Fanuc CCM communications protocol, the RTU (Modbus) slave communications protocol, and the SNP protocol. This module has two serial ports.
  • Page 211: Ic693Adc311 Alphanumeric Display Coprocessor (Adc)

    90-ADS display, report, and alarm functions when interfaced to an Operator Interface Terminal (OIT). The OIT can be a variety of GE Fanuc devices, a VT100 compatible terminal, or IBM compatible personal computer running TERMF. Communications with the Series 90-30 CPU is done over the PLC system backplane.
  • Page 212 Multiple Alphanumeric Display Coprocessors can be supported in a single Series 90-30 PLC system with modular CPU (331 and higher) and must be located in the CPU baseplate. This module has a single connector which supports two serial ports, with each port being dedicated to a specific operation.
  • Page 213: Ic693Tcm302/303 Temperature Control Modules (Tcm)

    IC693TCM302/303 Temperature Control Modules (TCM) The Temperature Control Modules (TCM) provides temperature control for up to eight channels. The two TCM models are identical except for temperature range and resolution ratings (see comparison table). They have the following features: Can operate in either open loop or closed loop mode Each channel has a thermocouple input and a relay output RTD input 12V common mode voltage capability...
  • Page 214: Led Indicators

    In return, the TCM sends information to the PLC CPU by automatically passing %I bits and %AI words each PLC sweep. The information sent by the TCM includes Alarm and Output Short Circuit status, Current Temperature, PWM Period, and TCM Error Code. 8-38 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 215: Comparison Of Tcm302 And Tcm303 Modules

    Comparison of TCM302 and TCM303 Modules The TCM303 an extended range TCM302 as shown in the table below. For additional information about the TCM, refer to GFK-1466, Temperature Control Module for the Series 90-30 PLC User’s Manual. Table 8-1. Comparison of TCM302 and TCM303...
  • Page 216: Ic693Ptm100/101 Power Transducer (Ptm)

    PTM uses to calculate its data. Since one of the PTM’s components is a Series 90-30 PLC module, the PLC can use the data gathered by the PTM for data reporting, fault monitoring, generator control, or demand charge reduction/load shedding applications.
  • Page 217: Automatic Data Transfers Between Ptmpm And Plc

    Automatic Data Transfers Between PTMPM and PLC The PLC CPU controls the PTM Processor Module (PTMPM) by sending it several %Q bits and %AQ words during each PLC sweep. These %Q bits and %AQ words represent commands such as Enabled/Disabled, Power/Synchro Mode, Display Mode, and Gain values. In return, the PTMPM provides information to the PLC CPU by sending it several %I bits and %AI words each PLC sweep.
  • Page 218: Dimensions

    PTM User’s Manual, GFK-1734. Failure to follow the guidelines in the PTM User’s Manual may result in personal injury, equipment damage, or both. 8-42 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 219: Baseplate Type And Allowable Number Of Ptmpm Modules

    %AI - 25 words %AQ - 2 words Configuration The PTMPM module should be configured in the Series 90-30 PLC as a “Foreign” module. Ordering Information The PTMPM module and its PTMIM interface board are considered to be a matched set and, therefore, they are not sold separately.
  • Page 220: Chapter 9 State Logic Products

    Chapter State Logic Overview State Logic, unlike other Series 90-30 PLC systems, does not use ladder logic type instructions. Instead, it uses ”Natural Language” programming instructions. For example, to program a rung of logic that turns on a motor at a specific time in a State Logic system, you could create a statement, “If hour is past 8 AM, start the exhaust system.”...
  • Page 221: Ad693Cmm301 State Logic Serial Communications Module (Scm)

    Pressing the Reset pushbutton when the OK LED is ON re-initializes the module. However, if the OK LED is off (indicating a module failure), pressing the Reset button will have no effect. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 222: Serial Connector

    Separate pins on this connector are assigned for Port 1 and Port 2. Both ports support RS-232 standard. Only Port 2 supports the RS-485 standard. A special WYE cable, described below, is available from GE Fanuc to separate the two port connections on the connector. Cable Information Cable IC693CBL305 can be used in applications that require use of both SCM serial ports.
  • Page 223: Ic693Slp300 State Logic Processor Module

    It communicates with the PLC CPU over the backplane and can access user and system data. Many SLPs can be supported in a single Series 90-30 PLC system and each SLP can support up to 512 inputs and 512 outputs.
  • Page 224: Slp Features

    Installation should not be attempted without referring to the State Logic Processor User’s Guide (see reference 1). ■ The Series 90-30 SLP can only be installed in a Series 90-30 PLC system that uses a model 331, model 340, or model 341 CPU. ■...
  • Page 225: Status Light

    Caution Pushing and holding the pushbutton for more than 5 seconds will reinitialize the module and require that the user application program be reloaded. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 226: Battery

    State Logic Processor (SLP) Documentation Please refer to the following publications for more State Logic Processor information. Title Part Number Series 90-30 PLC State Logic Processor User’s Guide GFK-0726 Series 90-30 PLC ECLiPS User’s Manual GFK-0732 Series 90-30 PLC OnTOP User’s Guide GFK-0747 OnTOP for Series 90-30 Online Troubleshooting and Operator Program User’s...
  • Page 227: State Logic Cpus

    Password controlled access ■ Support Series 90-30 I/O products ■ Alarm Processor Function for module diagnostics ■ Simulation mode ■ EPROM and EEPROM program memory ■ Store histogram of State Changes Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 228: Model Cse311, Cse313 And Cse323 Embedded Cpu Baseplates

    Model CSE311, CSE313 and CSE323 Embedded CPU Baseplates The Programmable Logic Controller with a built-in State Logic CPU is available in three models. The CSE311 and CSE313 with built-in CPU has 5 slots available for modules and the CSE323 with built-in CPU has 10 slots available for modules.
  • Page 229: Model Cse331 And Cse340 Modular Cpus

    313 and 323, and offer several more advanced features such as more I/O points and more User Program memory. See the table at the end of this chapter to compare CPU specifications. 9-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 230: Cpu Serial Port Connector On Power Supply

    CPU Serial Port Connector on Power Supply The 15-pin D-connector provides the connection to an RS-485 compatible serial port. The connection is made from the serial port on the power supply to the serial port on the programming computer or other serial device through the RS-422/RS-485 to RS-232 Converter (IC690ACC900) or RS-422 to RS-232 Miniconverter (IC690ACC901).
  • Page 231: Table 9-1. System Specifications For Series 90-30 State Logic Cpus

    4K Bytes 1K Bytes 1K Bytes Table Memory Space For more detailed information on State Logic CPU specifications, see GFK-1056, the Series 90-30 State Logic Control System User’s Manual. 9-12 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 232: State Logic Cpu Firmware And Prom Configurations

    State Logic CPU Firmware and PROM Configurations State Logic CPU Firmware and PROM Table Firmware EPROM EEPROM Flash (standard) (for user (for user (for user memory) memory) memory) Optional CSE311 EPROM CSE313 EPROM Optional CSE323 EPROM Optional EPROM Optional CSE331 CSE340 EPROM Optional...
  • Page 233 String Variables Characters / String Character Variables Characters / Write Serial Protocols SNP, CCM Tables Table Memory (Bytes) Unlimited Timers Timer Resolution .01 seconds Timer-Counters Trace Size PID Loops 9-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 234 CSE313 Catalog Number IC693CSE313 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER SYSTEM PROGRAM CAUTION PROM PROM USER PROGRAM AND REGISTER VALUES MAY BE LOST IF POWER SUPPLY IS REMOVED FOR LONGER THAN i HOUR POWER SUPPLY CPU Type State Logic 5-slot baseplate with embedded CPU Total Baseplates per System Load Required from Power Supply 430 milliamps from +5 VDC supply...
  • Page 235 String Variables Characters / String Character Variables Characters / Write Serial Protocols SNP, CCM Tables Table Memory (Bytes) Timers Unlimited Timer Resolution .01 seconds Timer-Counters Trace Size PID Loops 9-16 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 236: Cse331

    CSE331 Catalog Number IC693CSE331 CPU Type State Logic single slot CPU module Total Baseplates per System 5 (1 CPU baseplate + 4 expansion and/or remote baseplates) Load Required from Power Supply 350 milliamps from +5 VDC supply Processor Type and Speed 80188, 10 MHz Typical Scan Rate 0.4 milliseconds per 1K of logic (boolean contacts)
  • Page 237: Cse340

    Characters / String Character Variables Characters / Write Serial Protocols SNP, CCM, RTU Tables Table Memory (Bytes) Timers Unlimited Timer Resolution .01 seconds Timer-Counters Trace Size PID Loops 9-18 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 238: Chapter 10 Cables

    See Appendix F for details on this product. IC690CBL701 Connects a PCM, CMM, or ADC Use with the following modules: module to a GE Fanuc Workmaster I or IC693PCM300/301/311, (Note: Used on older IBM XT or compatible personal IC693CMM311 computers) computer.
  • Page 239 Hand-Held Programmer (HHP) to serial IC693PRG300 connector on PLC Power Supply. IC693CBL304 Wye cable for splitting out two serial For use with: port connections from one module IC693PCM300 module connector. 10-2 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 240 Cables Series 90-30 Cable Cross-Reference Catalog No. Description Applications IC693CBL305 Wye cable for splitting out two serial For use with the following modules: port connections from one module IC693PCM301 connector. (Use cable IC693CBL304 IC693PCM311 with the IC693PCM300 module.) IC693CMM311 IC693ADC311 AD693CMM301 IC693SLP300 IC693CBL306...
  • Page 241 24-pin connector on the module and Connect assemblies. See Appendix H the connector on the terminal block. for a module list and cable selection (Obsolete. Use information. IC693CBL331 and IC693CBL332) 10-4 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 242 Cables Series 90-30 Cable Cross-Reference Catalog No. Description Applications IC693CBL323 1.5’ (0.5 meter) I/O cable connects Used with the Terminal Block Quick between a 24-pin connector on the Connect assemblies. See Appendix H (Obsolete. Use module and the connector on the for a module list and cable selection IC693CBL333 and terminal block.
  • Page 243 DSM module IC693DSM302 and either a digital servo amplifier or a IC693DSM314d digital servo axis terminal block. See the DSM user’s manuals (GFK-1464, GFK-1742) for details. 10-6 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 244: Cable Data Sheets

    Cables Cable Data Sheets The next section of this chapter contains cable data sheets. These are listed in numerical order by catalog number, where possible. However, some data sheets cover more than one catalog number, so some catalog numbers may be out of order. Cable data sheets are listed in this order: Cable Data Sheet Catalog Description...
  • Page 245: Ic647Cbl704 Workstation Interface To Series 90 Cpu (Snp Port) Cable

    Attach the 37-pin D connector to the 37-pin D connector on the Work Station Interface board. SERIAL SERIES 90-30 SERIAL CABLE PROGRAMMER Figure 10-1. Serial Port to Work Station Interface Board Cable Connection 10-8 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 246: Figure 10-2. Series 90 Plc To Workmaster Ii Serial Cable

    The figure below is an example of the wiring configuration required for the multidrop configuration when using the RS-422/RS-485 to RS-232 converter. Note The connector to the PLC serial port in the Series 90-30 PLC must be a right angle connector in order for the hinged door to close properly. GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 247: Figure 10-3. Example Of Multidrop Configuration With Converter

    Work Station Interface board in the programming computer. The cable type for these connections should be 24 AWG (.22 mm ), 30V computer grade. Extra flexible construction is recommended for short lengths. 10-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 248: Figure 10-4. Series 90 Plc To Programmer 8-Wire Multidrop, Serial Data Configuration

    Cables MAKE CONNECTIONS WORKMASTER OR INSIDE D-CONNECTORS WORKMASTER II SHIELDED SERIES TWISTED 90 PLC PAIRS SD (A) RD (A') SD (B) RD (B') RD (A') SD (A) RD (B') SD (B) CTS (A') RTS (A) CTS (B') RTS (B) RTS (A) CTS (A') RTS (B) CTS (B')
  • Page 249: Ic690Cbl701 Pcm, Adc, Cmm To Workmaster (Pc-Xt) Cable

    Figure 10-5. PCM, ADC, or CMM to Workmaster or PC-XT Serial Cable Note Although the IC690CBL701 and 702 cables look identical (except for catalog number labeling), the internal pin connections are different. 10-12 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 250: Pcm To Programmer Cable Installation

    PCM to Programmer Cable Installation Caution The Series 90-30 PLC baseplate that contains the PCM, ADC, or CMM and the programmer ground connections must be at the same ground potential. Incorrect wiring will result in damage to the programmer or the module.
  • Page 251: Ic690Cbl702 Pc-At To Pcm, Adc, Cmm Cable

    Figure 10-7. PCM, ADC, or CMM to Workmaster or PC-AT Serial Cable Note Although the IC690CBL701 and 702 cables physically look identical (except for catalog number labeling), the internal pin connections are different. 10-14 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 252: Pcm To Programmer Cable Installation

    PCM to Programmer Cable Installation Caution The Series 90-30 PLC baseplate that contains the PCM, ADC, or CMM and the programmer ground connections must be at the same ground potential. Incorrect wiring will result in damage to the programmer or the module.
  • Page 253: Ic690Cbl705 Workmaster Ii (Ps/2) To Pcm, Adc, Cmm Cable

    IBM PS/2 SHLD 25- PIN 25- PIN 25- PIN 25- PIN MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE Figure 10-9. PCM, ADC, or CMM to Workmaster II or PS/2 Serial Cable 10-16 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 254: Pcm To Programmer Cable Installation

    PCM to Programmer Cable Installation Caution The Series 90-30 PLC baseplate that contains the PCM, ADC, or CMM and the programmer ground connections must be at the same ground potential. Incorrect wiring will result in damage to the programmer or the module.
  • Page 255: Ic690Cbl714A Multidrop Cable

    To interconnect Series 90-30 PLCs or redundant Series 90-30 PLCs in a multidrop configuration. To interconnect a Series 90-30 PLC and APM module in a multidrop configuration with a single personal computer (programmer). This allows programming and troubleshooting both PLC and APM without moving connection cables.
  • Page 256: Ic690Cbl714A Multi-Drop Cable Wiring Diagram

    Cables IC690CBL714A Multi-Drop Cable Wiring Diagram Connector A, 15-pin Female, to other CPU or Adapter N.C. Connector B, 15-pin male, to CPU SNP Port N.C. Note: Trim all drain wires flush with the jacket. N.C. Connector C, 15-pin male, to next CPU or final term.
  • Page 257: Connection Diagrams For Ic690Cbl714A Cable

    Conn. C to APM Comm. Port Conn. B Series 90-30 PLC Conn. A IC690CBL714A Cable IC690ACC901 Serial Cable Figure 10-13. Connecting CPU and APM to Programmer with IC690CBL714A Cable 10-20 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 258 Cables Conn. B Conn. B Conn. C PLC A PLC B PLC C IC690CBL714A IC690CBL714A Conn. C Conn. A Conn. A RS-232/422 Converter Figure 10-14. Multidrop Arrangement for Series 90-70 TMR Redundant System GFK-0356Q Chapter 10 Cables 10-21...
  • Page 259: Ic693Cbl300/301/302/312/313/314 I/O Bus Expansion Cables

    CPU baseplate. The prewired I/O bus expansion cables can be used for connecting either expansion or remote baseplates. Where required cable length is not available in a 10-22 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 260: Connecting The Cables

    Cables standard cable, a custom cable must be built (see the section “Building Custom Length I/O Bus Expansion Cables” for detailed instructions). Connecting the Cables Connect the single male connector to the 25-pin female connector on the right side of the CPU baseplate.
  • Page 261: Using Custom Built Cables

    Vendor part numbers listed for user assembled cables are provided for reference only and do not suggest or imply that they are preferred. Any part meeting the same specification can be used. 10-24 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 262: Expansion Port Pin Assignments

    Cables Expansion Port Pin Assignments The following table lists the expansion port pin assignments you will need when building remote cables. All connections between cables are point-to point, that is, pin 2 of one end to pin 2 of the opposite end, pin 3 to pin 3, etc.
  • Page 263: Shield Treatment

    Shield Treatment All GE Fanuc factory made cables are made with a continuous, or 100% shield. This means that the braided cable shield is connected to the metal shell of the connector around the entire perimeter of the connector. This provides a low impedance path to frame ground for any noise energy that is coupled onto the cable shield.
  • Page 264: Making A 100% Shielded Cable

    Plug the metal hooded cable onto a remote baseplate expansion port connector or into a GE Fanuc WYE cable and securely tighten the two screws. Installing and tightening the screws will electrically connect the shield to the remote baseplate frame ground, which should in turn should be connected to earth ground as instructed in the “Installation”...
  • Page 265: Wiring Diagrams

    FGND FGND SHIELD DRAIN WIRE 25-PIN 25- PIN 25- PIN 25- PIN FEMALE MALE MALE FEMALE Figure 10-18. Point-To-Point Cable Wiring Diagram for Applications Requiring Less Noise Immunity 10-28 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 266: Figure 10-19. Earlier Versions Of Remote Baseplate Custom Wye Cable Wiring Diagram

    Cables TWISTED SHIELDED PAIRS DIODT DIODT DIODT/ DIODT/ DIOCLK DIOCLK CABLE DIOCLK/ DIOCLK/ DRSEL DRSEL DOWNSTREAM DRSEL/ DRSEL/ RACK REMOTE DRPERR DRPERR EXPANSION TERMINATION DRPERR/ BASEPLATE DRPERR/ PLUG CONNECTOR DRMRUN DRMRUN DRMRUN/ DRMRUN/ DPFRAME DPFRAME DPFRAME/ DPFRAME/ FGND FGND 25-PIN 25-PIN 25-PIN 25-PIN...
  • Page 267: Figure 10-20. Current Remote Baseplate (Ic693Chs393/399) Custom Wye Cable Wiring Diagram

    Metallized Shell NOTE: Bold dashed line shows continuous (100%) shielding when metallized shell connectors are plugged together. Figure 10-20. Current Remote baseplate (IC693CHS393/399) Custom Wye Cable Wiring Diagram 10-30 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 268: Application Examples

    Cables Application Examples Expansion System Cable Connections The following example shows cable connections in a system that has expansion baseplates but no remote baseplates. PROGRAMMER CPU BASEPLATE SERIAL NOTE TOTAL MAXIMUM DISTANCE FROM CPU BASEPLATE DISCRETE/ANALOG/OPTION TO LAST EXPANSION BASEPLATE IS 50 FEET (15 METERS) EXPANSION BASEPLATE I/O EXPANSION CABLES...
  • Page 269: Figure 10-22. Example Of Connecting Expansion And Remote Baseplates

    (213 METERS) Standard Wye Cable Custom Built Point-to-Point Cable IC693CBL300 Standard Wye Cable, Used as Wye Jumper IC693ACC307 Bus Terminator Figure 10-22. Example of Connecting Expansion and Remote Baseplates 10-32 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 270: Ic693Cbl303 Hand-Hand Programmer And Converter (Ic690Acc900) Cable

    Cables IC693CBL303 Hand-Hand Programmer and Converter (IC690ACC900) Cable Function of cable The Hand-Held Programmer cable provides the connections that allow the Hand-Held Programmer and the Programmable Logic Controller to communicate. This cable also provides the power connections for the HHP, and a signal which indicates to the PLC that the HHP is attached to the PLC serial port.
  • Page 271: Wiring Diagram

    Attach the D connector on the other end to the mating connector on the HHP. These connections are shown in the following figure. HAND-HELD PROGRAMMER SERIES 90-30 CABLE (IC693CBL303) Figure 10-24. Hand-Held Programmer Cable Connection to a Series 90-30 PLC 10-34 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 272: Ic693Cbl304/305 Port Expansion (Wye) Cables For Pcm, Adc, And Cmm

    Cables IC693CBL304/305 Port Expansion (WYE) Cables for PCM, ADC, and CMM Function of cable A WYE cable (IC693CBL304 for PCM300; IC693CBL305 for PCM301/311, ADC311, CMM311, AD693CMM301, and SLP300) is supplied with each PCM, ADC, and CMM module. The WYE cable is used to separate two ports available on a single physical connector; the cable separates the RS-232 from the RS-485 signals.
  • Page 273: Wiring Information

    The WYE cable is 1 foot in length and has a right angle male connector on one end that connects to the PCM module. The other end has a dual female connector with one connector for port 1 and the other for port 2. 10-36 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 274 Cables In order to use an RS-232 cable on port 2 of the Series 90-30 PLC, either a special cable must be made following the serial port pin assignments shown above or a WYE cable must be used. The WYE cable allows use of standard Series 90-70 cables (IC690CBL701/702/705) for the PCM or ADC.
  • Page 275: Ic693Cbl306/307 Extension Cables (50-Pin) For 32 Point Modules

    RS-MR 50 B, catalog number 912263 (female Honda connector). An example of using an IC693CBL306 or 307 cable to connect a 32 point I/O module to one of these terminal blocks is shown in the following figure. 10-38 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 276: Figure 10-27. 32 Point I/O Module To Weidmuller Terminal Block Assembly

    Cables 50-Pin, 32-Point Extension Cable I/O Module SERIES 90-30 PLC Weidmuller Terminal BlocK (DIN-Rail Mounted) VIEW 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49...
  • Page 277: Ic693Cbl308/309 I/O Cables (50-Pin) For 32 Point Modules

    White/Black/Gray White/Brown/Red Orange White/Brown/Orange Yellow White/Brown/Yellow Green White/Brown/Green Blue White/Brown/Blue Violet White/Brown/Violet Gray White/Brown/Gray White White/Red/Orange White/Black White/Red/Yellow White/Brown White/Red/Green White/Red White/Red/Blue White/Orange White/Red/Violet White/Yellow White/Red/Gray White/Green White/Orange/Yellow 10-40 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 278 Cables Connector Label Connector Label Color Code Number Color Code Number Number Loose End Number Loose End White/Blue White/Orange/Green White/Violet White/Orange/Blue White/Gray White/Orange/Violet White/Black/Brown White/Orange/Gray White/Black/Red White/Yellow/Green White/Black/Orange White/Yellow/Blue White/Black/Yellow White/Yellow/Violet White/Black/Green White/Yellow/Gray White/Black/Blue White/Green/Blue GFK-0356Q Chapter 10 Cables 10-41...
  • Page 279: Ic693Cbl310 I/O Interface Cable (24-Pin) For 32 Point Modules

    (information on building your own cable is found in the data sheet for cable IC693CBL315). Length = 10’ (3 meters) Connector: Fujitsu FCN–365S024–AU Figure 10-28. IC693CBL310 Cable 10-42 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 280: Replacement/Obsolescence Information

    Cables Table 10-4. Wire List for 24-Pin Connectors Pin Number Pair # Wire Color Code Pin Number Pair # Wire Color Code BLACK BLUE WHITE WHITE BROWN VIOLET WHITE WHITE GRAY WHITE WHITE ORANGE BROWN WHITE BLACK YELLOW WHITE BLACK GREEN ORANGE WHITE...
  • Page 281: Figure 10-29. Dimensions For Depth Of Connector In Front Of Plc

    PLC (Side View) 1.5-2.5" 2.187" Typical Figure 10-29. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC 10-44 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 282: Ic693Cbl311/317/319/320 I/O Interface Cables For Power Mate Apm Modules

    Cables IC693CBL311/317/319/320 I/O Interface Cables for Power Mate APM Modules Function of cable The I/O Interface Cable assembly consists of a 24-pin I/O connector, a cable, and a 25-pin D-type terminal block connector. This cable is used to connect the Power Mate APM Modules (IC693APU301 and IC693APU302) to drives and machines.
  • Page 283: Wiring Information

    These tools are generally not stock items and can have significant lead times from distribution. If you have any further questions about this issue, please feel free to contact the GE Fanuc PLC Hotline at 1-800-GE FANUC (1-800-433- 2682) or 804-978-6036.
  • Page 284: Table 10-6. I/O Cable Wire Coding For Ic693Cbl311 And Ic693Cbl319

    Cables The following tables provides wiring information for the I/O Interface cables: Table 10-6. I/O Cable Wire Coding for IC693CBL311 and IC693CBL319 I/O Connector 25-Pin Connector Pin Number Cable Wire Terminal Number* no connection Wire 1 Pair 1 Wire 2 Pair 1 Wire 1 Pair 2 Wire 2 Pair 2 Wire 1 Pair 3...
  • Page 285: Table 10-7. I/O Cable Wire Coding For Ic693Cbl317 And Ic693Cbl320

    External Ring Terminal Drain Wire (Shield) Same as Terminal Block Terminal Number. 16 gauge wire, green w/yellow tracer. 8” length (from back of connector), terminates with a #10 ring terminal. 10-48 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 286: Ic693Cbl315 I/O Interface Cable (24-Pin) For 32 Point Modules

    You must purchase the mating female (socket type) 24-pin connectors. The 24-pin connector kit can be ordered as an accessory kit from GE Fanuc. Catalog numbers for these connectors and their associated parts are listed in the following table. The list includes catalog numbers for three types of connectors: solder pin, crimp pin, and ribbon cable.
  • Page 287: Table 10-8. Catalog Numbers For 24-Pin Connector Kits

    These tools are generally not stock items and can have significant lead times from distribution. If you have any further questions about this issue, please feel free to contact the GE Fanuc PLC Technical Support Hotline at 1-800-GE FANUC (1-800-433-2682), or International dial direct 804-978-6036.
  • Page 288: Replacement/Obsolescence Information

    Cables Table 10-9. Wire List for 24-Pin Connectors Pair # Wire Color Code Pin Number Pair # Wire Color Code Number BROWN VIOLET BROWN/BLACK VIOLET/BLACK WHITE RED/BLACK WHITE/BLACK ORANGE GRAY ORANGE/BLACK GRAY/BLACK YELLOW PINK YELLOW/BLACK PINK/BLACK DARK GREEN LIGHT BLUE DARK GREEN/BLACK LIGHT BLUE/BLACK DARK BLUE...
  • Page 289: Figure 10-32. Dimensions For Depth Of Connector In Front Of Plc

    PLC (Side View) 1.5-2.5" 2.187" Typical Figure 10-32. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC 10-52 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 290: Ic693Cbl316 Serial Cable, 9-Pin D-Shell To Rj-11 Connector

    Cables IC693CBL316 Serial Cable, 9-Pin D-Shell to RJ-11 Connector Description The IC693CBL316 cable is a 3-feet (1 meter) long, shielded cable with a 9-pin D-shell connector one end and a 6-pin RJ-11 connector on the other. This cable is also known as a “Station Manager Cable.”...
  • Page 291: Function Of Cable

    The connector on the I/O faceplate is oriented as shown below, with the rows labeled A1—A12 and B1—B12. A1 and B1 are towards the top of the module faceplate. 10-54 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 292: Connector Depth

    Cables Top of I/O Faceplate Pin B1 Pin A1 Pin B12 Pin A12 Figure 10-34. Connector Orientation on I/O Faceplate Length* IC693CBL321 3 feet (1 meter) IC693CBL322 6 feet (2 meters) IC693CBL323 1.5 feet (0.5 meter) * Length is measured from backs of connector shells as shown above Figure 10-35.
  • Page 293: Figure 10-36. Dimensions For Depth Of Connector In Front Of Plc

    PLC (Side View) 1.5-2.5" 2.187" Typical Figure 10-36. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC 10-56 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 294: Description

    Cables IC693CBL327/328 I/O Interface Cables with Right Angle 24-Pin Connector Note: These cables replace obsolete I/O Interface cable IC693CBL315. These replacement cables have right-angle connectors to reduce the clearance space required in front of the PLC. These replacement cables use the same pin-outs as the obsolete cables.
  • Page 295: Specifications

    See GFK-0898, the Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual, for details about these modules. 16-point modules that are equipped with the TBQC I/O faceplate adapter. See Appendix H for information on the TBQC (Terminal Block Quick Connector). Use the IC693CBL328 right side cable for this application.
  • Page 296: Building Custom Length 24-Pin Connector Cables

    You must purchase the mating female (socket type) 24-pin connectors. The 24-pin connector kit can be ordered as an accessory kit from GE Fanuc. Catalog numbers for these connectors and their associated parts are listed in the following table. The list includes catalog numbers for three types of connectors: solder pin, crimp pin, and ribbon cable.
  • Page 297: Connector Depth For Custom Built Cables

    PLC when this cable is connected to a module. The depth of the cabinet that the PLC is mounted in should allow for the depth added by this connector. 10-60 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 298: Possible Uses For These Cables (Factory Or Custom Built)

    Cables PLC (Side View) 1.5-2.5" 2.187" Typical Figure 10-39. Dimensions for Depth of Connector in front of PLC for Custom Built Cables Possible Uses for These Cables (Factory or Custom Built) Connecting from the 24-pin connectors on a 32-point module to either a user-supplied terminal strip/block or directly to I/O field devices (switches, lights, etc.).
  • Page 299: Ic693Cbl329/330/331/332/333/334 Cables 24-Pin I/O Faceplate Connector To Terminal Block Connector

    1.2 for the maximum load current rating . If you have field devices that require more than 1.2 Amps, do not use a TBQC assembly. Use the standard Terminal Board instead. 10-62 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 300: Connector Depth

    Cables Table 10-12. TBQC Cable Cross-Reference Table Cable Catalog Cable Description Replaces Obsolete Number and Length Cable Number IC693CBL329 Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Left Side IC693CBL321 Cable length = 1.0 Meter IC693CBL330 Dual 24-pin, 90 deg. connectors, Right Side IC693CBL321 Cable length = 1.0 Meter IC693CBL331...
  • Page 301: Applications

    16-point modules that are equipped with the TBQC I/O faceplate adapter. Use the IC693CBL330/332/334 right side cables for this application. See Appendix H for information on the TBQC (Terminal Block Quick Connector) components. 10-64 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 302: Ic693Cbl340/341 Ptm Interface Cables

    PTM Interface Cable *Length of IC693CBL340 Cable is 19" (0.50 meter) *Length of IC693CBL341 Cable is 39" (1 meter) Figure 10-42. Figure IC693CBL340/341 PTM Interface Cables Series 90-30 PLC Processing Module IC693CBL340/341 PTM Cable Interface Board Figure 10-43. PTM Component Mounting and Cable Connection Warning The PTM Interface board connects to hazardous voltages.
  • Page 303 These cables connect to a circuit board that has hazardous voltages present. These cables are carefully made to ensure the safety of the user and associated equipment. Therefore, we recommend you use only factory-built cables. 10-66 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 304: Documentation

    VB–, Voltage phase B negative lead IB–, Current phase B negative lead VC–, Voltage phase C negative lead IC–, Current phase C negative lead No Connection No Connection Frame Ground Documentation GFK-1734, Series 90-30 PLC Power Transducer Module User’s Manual GFK-0356Q Chapter 10 Cables 10-67...
  • Page 305: Chapter 11 Programmer Hardware Products

    Programmer Hardware Products Chapter Products Discussed in this Chapter The following table lists the programmer hardware products discussed in this chapter. Some of the items are no longer available but are documented here for the convenience of customers still using them.
  • Page 306: Ic640Wmi310/320 Work Station Interface Boards

    IC647WMI320 Figure 11-1. WSI Board for the Workmaster II Computer SERIAL SERIES 90-30 SERIAL CABLE PROGRAMMER Figure 11-2. Location of WSI in a Series II 90-30 PLC System 11-2 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 307: Replacing Workmaster Computers

    GE Fanuc currently sells industrially hardened programming computer/software packages that are updated replacements for the Workmaster computers. For details, please contact the GE Fanuc Hotline at 1-800-GE FANUC (1-800-433-2682), or for international customers, direct dial 804-978-6036. IC690ACC900 RS-422/RS-485 to RS-232 Converter This item is no longer available.
  • Page 308: Ic690Acc901 Miniconverter Kit

    Miniconverter to the 25-pin serial port connector on the GE Fanuc Workmaster II computer, or an IBM PC-XT or PS/2 Personal Computer. The GE Fanuc Workmaster computer requires an additional adapter (not supplied with kit - please contact your local GE Fanuc PLC distributor) for use with the Miniconverter.
  • Page 309 Programmer Hardware Products IC693PRG300 Hand-Held Programmer (HHP) Some models of the Series 90-30 PLC can be programmed with the GE Fanuc Hand-Held Programmer (HHP). The HHP uses the Statement List Language. With the HHP, you can develop, debug, and monitor logic programs, monitor data tables, and configure PLC and I/O parameters.
  • Page 310 , coil check, and HHP characteristics, such as keyclick on or off. Documentation For detailed information about the Hand-Held Programmer, refer to GFK-0402, the Series 90-30/20/Micro Hand-Held Programmer User’s Manual. 11-6 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 311: Ic693Pif301/400 Personal Computer Interface (Pcif) Cards

    These two Personal Computer Interface cards (PCIF and PCIF2) provide an alternative method of controlling Series 90-30 I/O. Either card can be used in place of a Series 90-30 PLC CPU. These ISA-compatible cards can be installed in any IBM-PC/AT ISA bus computer. The cards are implemented using computer language software (for example, C), or PC control software.
  • Page 312: Ic655Ccm590 Isolated Repeater/Converter

    It can be used in either single or multi-drop applications, and has a cable length working distance of 4,000 feet (1,219 meters). It is physically smaller than the IC655CCM590. For details about this product, please refer to Appendix D. 11-8 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 313: Chapter 12 System Design

    System Design Chapter Introduction This chapter is not intended to cover every possible aspect of designing a Series 90-30 system, but it does provide you with basic product selection guidelines and with help in finding the information you need. Step 1: Planning Your System Planning is an important part of designing a system.
  • Page 314: Additional I/O Module Selection Factors

    When you have finished developing your I/O lists, determine how many I/O modules of each type you need. Although the “I/O Modules” chapter in this manual contains brief descriptions, you should refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications User’s Manual for complete details.
  • Page 315 IC693CPU364 has Ethernet Global Data (EGD) capability. Remote or distributed I/O needs - One distributed I/O solution is the use of GE Fanuc’s Genius Blocks, which can be mounted at the point of use and connected with a PLC’s Genius Bus Controller (GBC) module via a twisted-pair cable.
  • Page 316: Step 4: Selecting A Cpu

    The CPU360 does not have configurable memory and has a lower base memory size than the CPU351–364 CPUs. The CPU360–364 CPUs have standard Flash PROM for user 12-4 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 317: Step 5: Selecting Baseplates

    System Design and Layout data storage. This is not available in some of the other CPUs. See the “CPU Firmware and PROM Configurations” table in the “CPUs” chapter for details. Expansion and Upgrade - The Embedded CPUs do not support Expansion or Remote racks and do not allow changing CPU type.
  • Page 318: Step 6: Selecting Power Supplies

    IC693PWR331 30 Watts 24 VDC +5 VDC +24 VDC Isolated +24 VDC Relay 30 watts 20 watts 15 watts * Total of all outputs combined cannot exceed 30 watts. 12-6 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 319: Reducing Plc Module Count By Using Other Ge Fanuc Products

    Genius, Profibus, or Device Net. This arrangement would require an Option module for the desired bus type in the Series 90-30 PLC as well as the applicable Network Interface Module in the VersaMax system. For more information on the VersaMax products, please see GFK-1504, VersaMax Modules, Power Supplies, and Carriers Manual.
  • Page 320: Designing For Safety

    For example, in a Master Control Relay (MCR) circuit, use series-wired, normally closed Emergency Stop pushbutton switches and interlocks to control an electro-mechanical Master Control Relay (see next figure). This relay should directly disable motor starters, PLC output 12-8 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 321: Protection From Design Changes Or Overrides

    System Design and Layout circuits, etc. This type of circuit tends to fail “open,” which disables the equipment. For example, if a wire breaks or a contact wears out, the circuit opens and the MCR drops out. If solid state devices fail, they tend to fail “shorted,”...
  • Page 322: Safety Documentation

    Also, sufficient clearance should be provided so that maintenance personnel have safe access to electrical panels, control boxes, etc. These minimum clearances are specified in the NEC and OSHA requirements. 12-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 323: Number Of Modules Per Series 90-30 Plc System

    The following table lists the maximum number of each type of I/O and option modules that can be installed in a Series 90-30 PLC system. The number of modules that can be installed in a system depends on several factors, including available references for each CPU model, the current rating for each module to be installed in the system, and other installed modules.
  • Page 324: Calculating Power Supply Loading

    Calculating Power Supply Loading The load placed on a power supply in a Series 90-30 PLC baseplate is the sum of the internal and external loads placed on it by all of the hardware components in the baseplate (backplane, modules, etc.), as well as external loads connected to the Isolated + 24 VDC supply.
  • Page 325 System Design and Layout Catalog +24 VDC Relay +24 VDC Number Description +5 VDC Power Isolated IC693BEM320 I/O Link Interface Module (slave) – – IC693BEM321 I/O Link Interface Master Module (w/o optical adapter) – – (with Optical Adapter) IC693BEM330 FIP Remote I/O Scanner –...
  • Page 326: Power Supply Loading Calculation Examples

    ** Note that the model 350-364 CPUs do not support the A version (IC690ACC901A) of the Miniconverter. Power Supply Loading Calculation Examples Following are examples of calculations for determining the total load placed on a Series 90-30 PLC power supply by the Series 90-30 PLC hardware. All current figures are expressed in milliamps.
  • Page 327: Scan (Sweep) Time Calculation

    System Design and Layout Example 1: Series 90-30, Model 323 Embedded CPU (10-slot baseplate) Component +24V Isolated +24V Relay IC693CPU323 Embedded CPU Baseplate IC693PRG300 Hand-Held Programmer IC693ALG390 Analog Output IC693ALG220 Analog Input IC693APU300 HS Counter 24 VDC Input (16 points) IC693MDL340 Input Module IC693MDL740 Output Module IC693MDL240 Input Module...
  • Page 328: Major Design Factors Affecting Scan Time

    Where to Find Scan Time Information For information on calculating scan time, please refer to the “Sweep Time Calculation” section of GFK-0467, Series 90-30/20/Micro PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual. 12-16 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 329: Calculating Plc Heat Dissipation

    Enclosure manufacturers generally consider enclosure heat dissipation as a factor in their enclosure selection guidelines. Instructions for calculating Series 90-30 PLC heat dissipation can be found in Appendix F, “Series 90-30 Heat Dissipation.”...
  • Page 330: Location Of Modules In The Plc Racks

    Noise Reduction - Group I/O modules to keep Output modules separated from sensitive Input modules. This facilitates keeping noisy wiring separated from sensitive wiring, as recommended in a previous section. 12-18 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 331: Allowable Module Locations

    System Design and Layout Allowable Module Locations DISCRETE INPUT/OUTPUT ANALOG INPUT/OUTPUT HIGH SPEED COUNTER MODEL 311/313 I/O PROCESSOR (5-SLOT) GENIUS COMMUNICATIONS ENHANCED GENIUS COMM. MOTION MATE APM300/DSM302 I/O LINK INTERFACE GENIUS BUS CONTROLLER ETHERNET INTERFACE TEMPERATURE CONTROL DISCRETE INPUT/OUTPUT ANALOG INPUT/OUTPUT HIGH SPEED COUNTER I/O PROCESSOR MODEL 313...
  • Page 332: Series 90-30 Plc Layout Example

    Wireway (Wire Duct) Field device connection terminal block Motor connection terminal block Motor starters Circuit board Power supply Control transformer Fusible disconnect or circuit breaker 10. Control relays 12-20 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 333: Plc Mounting Position

    System Design and Layout PLC Mounting Position Power supply load rating depends on the mounting position of the baseplate and the ambient temperature. Recommended Upright Mounting Orientation The load rating with the baseplate mounted upright on a panel is: 100% at 60°C (140°F) Figure 12-4.
  • Page 334: Chapter 13 Maintenance And Troubleshooting

    Maintenance and Troubleshooting Chapter Troubleshooting Features of Series 90-30 Hardware Indicator Lights (LEDs) and Terminal Board The following figure shows how the indicator LEDs correspond to the circuit connection points on an I/O Module’s terminal board. The terminal board terminals are numbered from the top, with the top terminal in the left row being number 1 and the top terminal in the right row being number 2.
  • Page 335: Module Led Indicators

    It also directs you, for each module, to further information in the “Documentation” heading for each module. Also, Appendix G contains a catalog number to documentation cross-reference. 13-2 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 336: Troubleshooting Features Of Programming Software

    For example, the %SC0009 bit turns on if a fault is logged in either fault table. Another example is that bit %SA0011 will turn on if the CPU memory backup battery is low. The Series 90-30 PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual, GFK-0467, includes a “System Status Reference Table.”...
  • Page 337: Reference Tables

    0 at the moment of capture. 13-4 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 338: Replacing Modules

    The next section, “Module Fuse List,” identifies these modules and their applicable fuses. GE Fanuc offers a repair/product warranty service through your local distributor. Contact your distributor for details. GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 339: Module Fuse List

    Littlefuse – 273002 Module (1) Mounted in clip. Accessible by removing circuit board from module housing. (2) Line fuse. Mounted in clip – accessible by removing module front. 13-6 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 340: Spare/Replacement Parts

    Maintenance and Troubleshooting Spare/Replacement Parts Two kits (IC693ACC319 and IC693ACC320) provide mechanical spare parts for Series 90-30 modules. One covers I/O CPU, PCM, and other modules; the other is for power supply modules. These kits provide parts such as module levers, front covers, cases, etc. The following table describes the contents of each kit.
  • Page 341: Preventive Maintenance Suggestions

    (if any), and author’s name. Keep master backup copies in a safe place. Make working copies available to those responsible for maintaining the equipment. *See “Factors Affecting Battery Life” in Chapter 5. 13-8 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 342: Getting Additional Help And Information

    Follow the instructions to have a master list (called “Document 1”) of Fax Link documents Faxed to you. A master Fax Link list is also available on the GE Fanuc Web site in the Technical Support section (see the “GE Fanuc Web Site” section above).
  • Page 343: Rs-422 Interface

    Serial Ports and Cables Appendix This appendix describes the serial port, converter, and cables used to connect Series 90 PLCs for Series 90 Protocol (SNP). This information is included for reference and for those users who have applications that require cable lengths different than the factory-supplied cables. This appendix contains the following information: ■...
  • Page 344: Cable And Connector Specifications

    Care should be exercised that all connected devices are grounded to a common point. Failure to do so could result in damage to the equipment. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 345: Appendix A Serial Ports And Cables

    Series 90-70 PLC and Series 90-20 - CPU Module ■ Series 90-30 PLC - Power Supply Figure A-1 shows the serial port orientation and connector layout for the Series 90 PLC types. (The orientation of the connector on the Series 90-20 CPU is rotated 90 degrees from the Series 90-30 connector with pin 1 to the upper right.) Table A-2 shows the pin numbering and signal...
  • Page 346: Workmaster Serial Port

    Figure A-2 shows the serial port connector layout for both computers. Table A-3 shows the pin numbering and signal assignment for both connector types. a44522 WORKMASTER II WORKMASTER (EARLY MODEL) Figure A-2. Workmaster RS-232 Serial Port Connector Configuration Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 347: Figure A-3. Ibm-At/Xt Serial Port

    Serial Ports and Cables Table A-3. Workmaster RS-232 Serial Port Pins-out Workmaster II (25-pin connector) Workmaster (9-pin connector) Pin No. Signal Description Pin No. Signal Description Transmit Data Transmit Data Receive Data Receive Data Request to Send Request to Send Clear to Send Clear to Send Signal Ground...
  • Page 348: Table A-4. Ibm-At/Xt Serial Port Pins-Out

    Data Terminal Ready Request to Send Signal Ground Clear to Send Request to Send Signal Ground Clear to Send Data Carrier Detect Data Terminal Ready NC = Not Connected Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 349: Rs-232/Rs-485 Converter

    Serial Ports and Cables RS-232/RS-485 Converter IC690ACC901 Miniconverter Kit This kit consists of an RS-422 to RS-232 miniconverter, a 6 foot (2 meter) serial cable, and a 9-pin to 25-pin serial port converter plug. This miniconverter is documented in Appendix D. This miniconverter has replaced the older, larger, obsolete IC690ACC900 converter.
  • Page 350: Serial Cable Diagrams

    THE SERIES 90 PLC PRODUCTS BY CONNECTING A JUMPER BETWEEN PIN 9 AND PIN 10 INSIDE THE 15-PIN D-SHELL WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTION. FOR SERIES 90-70 PLCs, CATALOG NUMBERS IC697CPU731 AND IC697CPU771, THE TERMINATION FOR RD AT THE PLC IS IMPLEMENTED BY A JUMPER BETWEEN PIN 9 AND PIN 11. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 351: Figure A-4. Ibm-At (Compatibles) Personal Computer To Series 90 Plcs

    Serial Ports and Cables IC690CBL702 OR EQUIVALENT RS-232/RS-422 RS-422 a44507 RS-232 CONVERTER TWISTED SHIELDED SHIELDED PAIRS (IC690ACC900) PAIRS DCD ( A ) DCD ( B ) SD ( A ) IBM-AT RD ( A' ) SD ( B ) (COMPATIBLE) RD ( B' ) RD ( A' ) SD ( A )
  • Page 352: Rs-422 Point-To-Point Connection

    The following illustrations shows wiring diagrams and requirements for connecting a Workmaster II or IBM-PS/2, Workmaster, IBM-AT/XT or compatible computer to Series 90 PLCs in an 8-wire multidrop, serial data configuration. A-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 353: Figure A-7. Workmaster Ii/Series 90 Plc Multidrop Connection

    Serial Ports and Cables RS-422 IC690CBL705 OR EQUIVALENT RS-232/RS-422 MAKE CONNECTIONS RS-232 SHIELDED PAIRS CONVERTER INSIDE D-CONNECTORS (IC690ACC900) SLAVE STATION DCD ( A ) SD ( A ) DCD ( B ) SD ( B ) RD ( A' ) RD ( A' ) SERIES RD ( B' )
  • Page 354: Figure A-8. Workmaster/Series 90 Plc Multidrop Connection

    GROUND POTENTIAL: MULTIPLE UNITS, NOT CONNECTED TO THE SAME POWER SOURCE, MUST HAVE COMMON GROUND POTENTIALS OR GROUND ISOLATION FOR PROPER OPERATION OF THIS SYSTEM. Figure A-9. IBM-AT/Series 90 PLC Multidrop Connection A-12 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 355: Figure A-10. Ibm-Xt/Series 90 Plc Multidrop Connection

    Serial Ports and Cables RS-422 IC690CBL701 OR EQUIVALENT RS-232/RS-422 MAKE CONNECTIONS RS-232 SHIELDED PAIRS CONVERTER INSIDE D-CONNECTORS (IC690ACC900) SLAVE STATION DCD ( A ) SD ( A ) IBM-XT DCD ( B ) SD ( B ) (COMPATIBLE) RD ( A' ) RD ( A' ) SERIES RD ( B' )
  • Page 356: Features

    Allows connection to programming computer without a Work Station Interface board. ■ Easy cable connection to either a Series 90-70 PLC or a Series 90-30 PLC. ■ No external power needed; operates from +5 volt DC power on the Series 90 PLC backplane.
  • Page 357: Location In System

    Installation of the RS-422/RS-485 to RS-232 Converter consists of connecting two cables. Select the proper cables for your installation. Prewired cables (see below) are available from GE Fanuc, or if cables of different lengths are required by your application, you can build your own cables.
  • Page 358: Appendix B Ic690Acc900 Converter

    Connect the other end of this cable to the 15-pin female connector, which interfaces to the RS- 485 compatible serial port on the Series 90-30 or Series 90-70 PLC. For the Series 90-30 PLC, this connector is accessed by opening the hinged door on the power supply. The serial port connector for the Series 90-70 PLC is on the CPU module, and is accessed by opening the hinged door on the module.
  • Page 359: Rs-232 Interface Pin Assignments

    Cable shield Transmitted Data Received Data Request To Send Clear To Send No connection Signal Ground Data Carrier Detect 9/19 No connection Data Terminal Ready 21 to 25 No connection Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 360: Rs-422/Rs-485 Interface Pin Assignments

    RS-422/RS-485 Interface Pin Assignments Pin assignments and signal definitions for the RS-422/RS-485 interface are listed below. Table B-2. RS-422/RS-485 Interface for Converter Signal Name Function Cable Shield DCD(A) Differential Data Carrier Detect DCD(B) Differential Data Carrier Detect ATCH/ Attach (used with HHP) +5 VDC Logic Power RTS(A)
  • Page 361: Logic Diagram

    CTS ( A' ) RTS ( B ) RTS ( A ) DCD ( B ) DCD ( A ) LOGIC POWER ATTACH ATCH/ Figure B-4. RS-422/RS-485 to RS-232 Converter Logic Diagram Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 362: Jumper Configuration

    Jumper Configuration There are three jumper locations on the converter board for selection of user options. Each jumper position has three pins, as shown in the following illustration. These jumper positions, labeled JP2, JP3, and JP4, are accessed by removing the square plastic cover on the top of the converter. Configuration can be changed as required by carefully removing one or more of the jumpers with a pair of needle nose pliers and placing it on the desired pair of pins.
  • Page 363: Table B-3. Jumper Configuration For Rs-422/Rs-485 To Rs-232 Converter

    Jumper positions 2 and 3 are used if the device communicating with the PLC is intended to emulate the HHP protocol. *Refer to the documentation for your serial device for signal requirements. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 364: Example Of Cable Configurations

    Example of Cable Configurations Examples of cable configurations required when using the converter can be found in Appendix C. Specifications for the converter are shown in the following table. Table B-4. Specifications for IC690ACC900 Converter Power Requirements: Voltage 5 volts DC, +5% Current 170 mA, ±5% RS-422/RS-485 Interface Cables:...
  • Page 365: Description Of The Isolated Repeater/Converter

    IC655CCM690 Isolated Repeater/Converter Appendix Note: This product is no longer available. This appendix is for reference by those already using this product. It has been replaced by catalog number IC690ACC903 (see Appendix E for details). This appendix describes how to use the Isolated Repeater/Converter (IC655CCM590) with Series 90 PLCs.
  • Page 366: Figure C-1. Isolated/Repeater Converter

    Fused 1 Amp power protection. Power ON (green) indicator LED. Three-position toggle switch, recessed in the back of the unit, is set according to the system configurations shown later in this appendix. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 367: Appendix C Ic655Ccm690 Isolated Repeater/Converter

    IC655CCM590 Converter Logic Diagram of the Isolated Repeater/Converter The figure below provides a functional look at the unit. Note the 3-position switch for controlling the J1 port transmitters. This switch is discussed in System Configurations later in this appendix.. RS-422/RS-232C OPTICAL RS-422 ISOLATION...
  • Page 368: Pin Assignments For The Isolated Repeater/Converter

    (green wire on the terminal block). To maintain proper isolation, these signal grounds cannot be tied together. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 369: System Configurations

    IC655CCM590 Converter RS-232 RS-422 ISOLATED REPEATER RS-422 a44783 SHIELDED RS-232 CONVERTER TWISTED SHIELDED PAIRS (IC655CCM590) PAIRS 150 Ω RD (B') RD ( A' ) SD ( A ) RD (A') RD ( B' ) SD ( B ) SD ( A ) RD ( A' ) SD ( B ) RD ( B' )
  • Page 370: Simple Multidrop Configuration

    (CABLE SERIES 90 BRICK BRICK SERIES 90 RS-232 (CABLE BRICK IS THE NICKNAME FOR THE SERIES 90 BRICK ISOLATED REPEATER/CONVERTER Figure C-5. Complex System Configuration Using the Isolated Repeater/Converter Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 371: Rules For Using Repeater/Converters In Complex Networks

    IC655CCM590 Converter Rules for Using Repeater/Converters in Complex Networks When designing a complex multidrop network including PLCs and RS-422 repeater/converters (bricks), the following rules apply: Rule 1: When using a brick as a repeater, port J2 should always be directed toward the host device, and Port J1 should always be directed away from the host device.
  • Page 372: Cable Diagrams

    TERMINATE CONNECTION: ON THE CMM, INSTALL JUMPER TO CONNECT INTERNAL 120 OHM RESISTOR. ON THE ISOLATED REPEATER/CONVERTER, INSTALL 150 OHM RESISTOR (SUPPLIED). Figure C-7. Cable B; RS-422 CMM To Converter Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 373: Figure C-8. Cable C; Rs422 Twisted Pair

    IC655CCM590 Converter SUBSTITUTE APPROPRIATE UP STREAM DEVICE (WITHIN DOTTED BOX) PER SYSTEM DIAGRAMS. MAKE CONNECTIONS SHIELDED INSIDE D-CONNECTORS TWISTED PAIRS SD (A) RD (A') SD (B) RD (B') SERIES 90 RD (A') SD (A) RD (B') SD (B) SERIES 90 PORT TERM 1 OR 2...
  • Page 374: Figure C-9. Cable D; Rs-422 Twisted Pair

    SERIES 90 PORT ISOLATED REPEATER/ CONVERTER SHLD (BRICK) 25- PIN 25- PIN 25- PIN 25- PIN MALE MALE FEMALE FEMALE Figure C-10. Cable E; RS-232 Converter to CMM C-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 375: Ic690Acc901 Miniconverter Kit

    The Converter plug (supplied with kit) is required to convert the 9-pin serial port connector on the Miniconverter to the 25-pin serial port connector on the GE Fanuc Workmaster II computer, or an IBM PC-XT or PS/2 Personal Computer.
  • Page 376: Pin Assignments

    SD(A) - Send Data Output SD(B) - Send Data Output RD(A’) - Receive Data Input RD(B’) - Receive Data Input CTS(B’) Clear To Send Input RTS(A) - Request To Send Output Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 377: Appendix D Ic690Acc901 Miniconverter Kit

    All of the devices must have a common ground. If ground isolation is required, you can use the GE Fanuc Isolated Repeater/Converter (IC655CCM590) in place of the Miniconverter. When using the Miniconverter with a modem connection, it may be necessary to jumper RTS to CTS (consult the user’s manual for your modem).
  • Page 378: Figure D-4. Miniconverter To 9-Pin Workmaster Or Pc-Xt Computer

    Version B (IC690ACC901B) – 100 mA Operating Temperature 0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F) Baud Rate 38.4K Baud maximum Conformance EIA-422 (Balanced Line) or EIA-423 (Unbalanced Line) Ground Isolation Not provided Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 379 IC690ACC903 Port Isolator Appendix The IC690ACC903 RS-485 Port Isolator replaces the IC655CMM590 Isolated Repeater/Converter (also referred to as the “Brick”). The device features 500 volts of isolation in a compact package servicing all IC693, IC697, and IC200 PLC product lines. The product connects directly to an RS- 485 serial port or though a short extender cable provided with the device.
  • Page 380: Connectors

    To terminate the RD balanced line, place a jumper wire from pin 9 to pin 10. A denotes – and B denotes +. A and B denote outputs and A' and B' denote inputs. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 381: Appendix E Ic690Acc903 Port Isolator

    Logic Diagram Optical Isolation 15-pin male D-connector 15-pin female D-connector SD(B) RD(B') RD(A') SD(A) 121 ohms SD(B) RD(B') SD(A) RD(A') Output Enable Always on (single port mode) Multidrop Switch RTS Driven (multidrop mode) Output Enable RTS(B) CTS(B') CTS(A') RTS(A) RTS(B) CTS(B') RTS(A) CTS(A')
  • Page 382: Installation

    Cable PLC 2 Figure E-3. RS-485 Port Isolator in PLC Network #6-32 (4 mm) screw Multidrop Switch VIEW #6-32 (4 mm) screw Figure E-4. Mounting Port Isolator to Panel Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 383: Figure E-5. Multidrop Configuration Connecting Devices With 15-Pin Ports And 25-Pin Ports

    The RS485 Port Isolator supports both port-to-port and multi-drop configurations (Figure E-4). For installation information, refer to section 3 of the Serial Communications User's Manual (GFK-0582). One configuration not covered in the User's Manual is the case where the Isolator is powered by a source other than the host port.
  • Page 384: Figure E-6. Cable For Supplying External Power Through The Port Isolator

    Figure E-6. Cable for Supplying External Power Through the Port Isolator Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 385: Specifications

    Specifications Mechanical RS-485 15-pin D shell male for direct mounting to serial port on the programmable controller 15-pin D shell female for communication cable Installation Hardware Two M3 thread connector thumbscrews. Recommended torque: 8 in./lbs. (0.9 Newton-meter). These are supplied with Isolator. Two user supplied #6/32 (4mm) thread panel mounting screws.
  • Page 386: Overview

    This appendix describes how to calculate heat dissipation for a Series 90-30 PLC. The strategy is to calculate a heat dissipation value, in watts, for each individual module in the PLC. To obtain a total heat dissipation figure for the PLC, add the individual values together.
  • Page 387: Procedure

    Multiply 0.125 Amps times 24 volts to arrive at a value of 3.0 watts. Adding the two together yields a total heat dissipation by this module of 3.4 watts. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 388: Appendix F Calculating Series 90-30 Heat Dissipation

    ■ Repeat these calculations for all Discrete Output modules in the rack. Discrete Output Module Example: The Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual, GFK-0898, lists the following for the IC693MDL340 16-Point Discrete 120VAC Output Module: Output Voltage Drop: 1.5 Volts maximum Use that value for all of the calculations for this module.
  • Page 389: Step 4: Input Calculations For Discrete Input Modules

    Series 90-30 I/O Module Specifications Manual, GFK-0898. ■ Multiply the input voltage times the current value times the estimated percent of on-time to arrive at average power dissipation for that input. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 390 Repeat these calculations for all Discrete Input modules in the rack. Discrete Input Module Example: The “Specifications” table for the IC693MDL240 16-Point Discrete 120 VAC Input Module in the Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specification Manual, GFK-0898, gives the following information: Input Current: 12 mA (typical) at rated voltage Use this value for all of the input calculations for this module.
  • Page 391: Step 5: Final Calculation

    The “Baseplates” chapter of this manual contains rack dimensions and minimum ventilation clearance distances required around the racks. The “Cables” chapter contains clearance dimensions for cables that mount on the front of modules. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 392 Catalog Number to Publication Cross-Reference Appendix Manuals are not shipped with many of the Series 90-30 products; they must be ordered separately. This appendix can help you identify the correct documentation to order and use. Products are arranged in this appendix by categories such as Analog I/O Modules, Baseplates, Communications Modules, etc.
  • Page 393: General System Information

    Baseplates All Series 90-30 Baseplates Installation: GFK-0356 (IC693CHSxxx) Configuration Options: Configuration (HHP): GFK-0402 Configuration (LM90): GFK-0466 Configuration (Control): GFK-1295 Configuration (VersaPro): GFK-1670 Configuration (CIMPLICITY Machine Edition Logic Developer-PLC: GFK-1868 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 394: Appendix G Catalog Number To Publication Cross-Reference

    Communications Modules IC693BEM320 Installation, Configuration, User’s Guide: GFK-0631 I/O Link Interface Module (slave) IC693BEM321 Installation, Configuration, User’s Guide: GFK-0823 I/O Link Master Module IC693BEM330 Installation, Configuration, User’s Guide: GFK-1037 FIP Remote I/O Scanner Related Publications: Module Interfacing to Series 90-70: GFK-1038 Hand Held Programmer User’s Manual: GFK-0402 FIP Bus Controller User’s Manual: GFK-1213 IC693BEM340...
  • Page 395: Cpu Modules, Cpu350 - Cpu374

    Programming (Control): GFK-1411 SFC Programming (Control): GFK-1385 Configuration (LM90): GFK-0466 Programming (LM90): GFK-0467 SFC Programming (LM90): GFK-0854 Configuration / Programming (VersaPro): GFK-1670 Configuration/Programming (CIMPLICITY Machine Edition Logic Developer PLC: GFK-1868 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 396: Digital Valve Driver Module

    IC693CPU363 Installation: GFK-0356P or later CPU Module Configuration and Programming Options: Configuration and Programming (HHP): GFK-0402 Configuration/Programming (Control): GFK-1295 SFC Programming (Control): GFK-1385 Configuration (LM90): GFK-0466 Programming (LM90): GFK-0467 SFC Programming (LM90): GFK-0854 Configuration / Programming (VersaPro): GFK-1670 Configuration/Programming (CIMPLICITY Machine Edition Logic Developer-PLC: GFK-1868 Serial Communications: GFK-0582 IC693CPU364...
  • Page 397: Genius Modules

    Programming, PCOP Development Software: GFK-0487 ADS Display System Reference Manual: GFK-0641 IC693TCM302 Installation, Configuration, User’s Guide: GFK-1466 Temperature Control Module IC693APU305 Installation, Configuration, User’s Guide: GFK-1028 I/O Processor Module Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 398: Ic693Prg300 Hand-Held Programmer (Hhp)

    IC693PCM300 Installation, Configuration, User’s Guide: GFK-0255 IC693PCM301 Programming Options: IC693PCM311 Programming, PCOP Development Software: GFK-0487 Programmable Coprocessor Programming, MegaBasic: GFK-0256 Modules Programming, C Language: GFK-0771 PCM C Function Library Reference: GFK-0772 PCM Quick Reference Guide: GFK-0260 PCOP Quick Reference Guide: GFK-0657 TERMF Quick Reference Guide: GFK-0655 IC693PTM100 Installation, configuration, user’s guide: GFK-1734...
  • Page 399: Publication Revision Letters

    Publication Revision Letters When a GE Fanuc publication is revised, a letter is placed at the end of the publication number. For example, in the publication number GFK-0356Q, the letter Q at the end indicates the version of the manual. Manuals are revised when there are changes or additions to the products or product lines covered in the manual.
  • Page 400 Series 90-30 Enhanced Genius Communications Module User’s Manual GFK-0726 State Logic Processor For Series 90-30 PLC User’s Guide GFK-0732 ECLiPS English Control Language Prog. System for Series 90-30 PLC User’s Guide GFK-0750 OnTOP for Series 90-30 Online Troubleshooting and Operator Prog. User’s Manual GFK-0771 C Programmer’s Toolkit for Series 90 PCMs User’s Manual...
  • Page 401 Publication No. Titles of Series 90-30 Publications Cited in this Appendix GFK-1466 Temperature Control Module for the Series 90-30 PLC User’s Manual GFK-1541 TCP/IP Ethernet Communications for the Series 90 PLC User’s Manual GFK-1670 VersaPro User’s Guide GFK-1868 CIMPLICITY Machine Edition Getting Started GEK-90486-1 Genius I/O System and Communications User’s Manual...
  • Page 402: Figure H-1. Typical Tbqc Terminal Block

    The TBQC system is not recommended for use with Analog modules because it does not meet the shielding recommendations for Analog module connections. (See the Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual, GFK-0898, for Analog module wiring information.) This appendix contains two sections, one for discrete 16-point I/O modules and one for discrete 32- point I/O modules.
  • Page 403: Terminal Block Quick Connect Components For 16-Point Modules

    1.2 Amps for the maximum load current rating . If you have field devices that require more than 1.2 Amps, do not use a TBQC assembly - use the standard Terminal Board that comes with the module instead. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 404: Appendix H Terminal Block Quick Connect Components

    TBQC Components Cable Selection and Cross-Reference Three cables are available for connecting between the module’s faceplate connector and the terminal block. The only difference in these cables is their length. These cables have right-angle connectors on the module end to minimize the space required in front of the modules. These three cables replace three obsolete cables that had straight connectors.
  • Page 405: Module Wiring Information

    Finally, connect the selected length cable from the connector on the I/O Face Plate to the connector on the interposing terminal block. Module Wiring Information Refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual for wiring connections for each module. Cable Information Data sheets for the cables are found in the “Cables”...
  • Page 406: Connector Pin Orientation And Connection To Module Terminal

    TBQC Components Connector Pin Orientation and Connection to Module Terminal a47119 Module Connector Terminal # Pin# A1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 ..B1 B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 .
  • Page 407: Ic693Acc329 Tbqc Terminal Block

    Their use is optional. They are electrically isolated from the numbered terminals. You may use them as is, or jumper them to a numbered terminal. Refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual for wiring diagrams of the modules.
  • Page 408: Ic693Acc330 Tbqc Terminal Block

    1.7716” (45mm) TERMINAL BLOCK Figure H-4. IC693ACC330 TBQC Terminal Block Note Refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual for required wiring connections. Mounting These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail. GFK-0356Q Appendix H Terminal Block Quick Connect Components...
  • Page 409: Ic693Acc331 Tbqc Terminal Block

    TERMINAL BLOCK Figure H-5. IC693ACC331 TBQC Terminal Block Note Refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual for required wiring connections. Mounting These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002...
  • Page 410: Ic693Acc332 Tbqc Terminal Block

    Their use is optional. They are electrically isolated from the numbered terminals. You may use them as is, or jumper them to a numbered terminal. Refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual for wiring diagrams of the modules.
  • Page 411: Ic693Acc333 Tbqc Terminal Block

    Refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual for wiring diagrams of the modules. Mounting These terminal blocks are mounted on a standard, user-supplied 35 mm DIN-rail. H-10 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 412: Terminal Block Quick Connect Components For 32-Point Modules

    TBQC Components Terminal Block Quick Connect Components for 32-Point Modules The 32-point modules do not require a new faceplate since they are equipped with a dual-connector faceplate as a standard feature. Since each module has two 24-pin connectors, they each require two cables and two terminal blocks.
  • Page 413: Terminal Block

    IC693CBK003 Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL331 (left side) and IC693CBL332 (right side) cables IC693CBK004 Cable Kit. Includes both the IC693CBL333 (left side) and IC693CBL334 (right side) cables H-12 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 414: Cable Data

    Their use is optional. They are electrically isolated from the numbered terminals. You may use them as is, or jumper them to a numbered terminal. Refer to GFK-0898, Series 90-30 PLC I/O Module Specifications Manual for wiring diagrams of the modules.
  • Page 415: Appendix I Snp Multidrop

    As used in this appendix, the term “SNP Multidrop” refers to a system that allows a programmer (called the “master or host”), such as a personal computer running GE Fanuc programming software, to connect to two or more PLCs or intelligent Option modules (called “slaves“) via a single connection.
  • Page 416: Multidrop Cables

    There are two sources of multidrop cables: ■ GE Fanuc cable, catalog number IC690CBL714A - This pre-made cable can be purchased for applications where the PLCs are mounted in the same cabinet, such as in the case of redundant systems. The length of this cable is 40 inches (1 meter).
  • Page 417: Multidrop Cable Wiring Diagram

    MultiDrop Cable Wiring Diagram RS-422 MAKE CONNECTIONS INSIDE D-CONNECTORS DCD ( A ) SD ( A ) DCD ( B ) SD ( B ) RD ( A' ) RD ( A' ) RD ( B' ) RD ( B' ) SD ( A ) SD ( B ) RTS ( A )
  • Page 418: Snp Multidrop Examples

    Conn. C Conn. B PLC A PLC B PLC C IC690CBL714A IC690CBL714A Conn. C Conn. A Conn. A RS-232/422 Converter Figure I-4. Multidrop Arrangement for Series 90-70 TMR Redundant System Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 419: Configuring And Connecting A Programmer To A Multidrop Network

    Each slave device on a multidrop system must have its own unique SNP ID (identification). The SNP ID assignment is made with a programmer running GE Fanuc programming software, or with the Hand Held Programmer. Logicmaster, Control, or Versa Pro software packages all can be used for this purpose.
  • Page 420: Assigning A Plc Snp Id To A Plc With Logicmaster

    ■ Press F6, “setup,” to connect to the selected PLC. You should connect to the selected PLC within a few seconds. If you cannot connect, see the next section. Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 421: Snp Multidrop Troubleshooting

    SNP Multidrop Troubleshooting If you are having trouble connecting to a PLC or module over the multidrop system, check the following: ■ Is there a problem with all PLCs or only one? Try connecting to other PLCs over the multidrop system. If you cannot connect to any, check for a common problem such as a defective cable.
  • Page 422: Ic649Aea102 Ethernet 10Base-T Transceiver

    Ethernet Transceivers Appendix IC649AEA102 Ethernet 10BASE-T Transceiver • Compliant with the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet specification for 10BASE-T. • Connector on transceiver body is standard RJ-45 type for connection to unshielded twisted pair (UTP) Ethernet cable. . • This unit has an attached 40" (1 meter) cable with standard 14-pin AAUI connector for connecting to a Series 90-30 Ethernet module (IC693CMM321) or CPU with Ethernet interface (IC693CPU364/CPU374).
  • Page 423: Ic649Aea103 Ethernet 10Base2 Transceiver

    Series 90-30 Ethernet module (IC693CMM321) or CPU with Ethernet interface (IC693CPU364). • SQE slide switch is set to enabled position at the factory. It must be in this position for proper operation with GE Fanuc Ethernet products IC693CMM321 and IC693CPU364 (see figure below). • Power LED indicator light.
  • Page 424: Table K-1. Standard Ascii (American Standard Code For Information Interchange) Codes

    Tables and Formulas Appendix Table K-1. Standard ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) Codes Char. Dec. Hex. Char. Dec. Hex. Char. Dec. Hex. < > ” & ′ “ GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 425: Awg To Metric Wire Size Conversion

    AWG to Metric Wire Size Conversion AWG Size Metric Cross Section in square millimeters (mm 42.4 33.6 21.2 13.2 8.37 5.26 3.31 2.08 1.31 0.82 0.52 0.32 0.21 0.13 0.081 0.051 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 426: Appendix K Tables And Formulas

    Temperature Conversion Formulas °C = 5/9(°F – 32) °F = (9/5 x °C) + 32 Table K-3. Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion (to nearest degree) Degrees Degrees Degrees Degrees Degrees Degrees Celsius Fahrenheit Celsius Fahrenheit Celsius Fahrenheit GFK-0356Q Appendix K Tables and Formulas...
  • Page 427: Conversion Information

    1 ounce-inch (torque or work) = 72 gram-centimeters 1 degree (angular) = 0.0175 radians 1 minute (angular) = 0.01667 degrees 1 radian (angular) = 57.3 degrees 1 quadrant (angular) = 90 degrees Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 428: English And Metric Equivalents

    English and Metric Equivalents This section is based upon information published on the World Wide Web by the U.S. government’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). For further information, visit their web site at www.nist.gov. Table K-5. Length Equivalents Units of Length (Underlined Figures are Exact) Units Inches...
  • Page 429: Table K-7. Volume Equivalents I

    1 cubic yard = 764,554.857 984 764.554 857 984 0.764 554 857 984 1 cubic centimeter = 0.001 0.000 001 1 cubic decimeter = 1,000 0.001 1 cubic meter = 1,000,000 1,000 Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 430: A720084-001 Optional Emi Line Filter

    FCC requirements for non-industrial applications, a line filter was used in series with the AC power line input. Later versions of the Series 90-30 PLC meet FCC requirements and do not require a separate line filter.
  • Page 431: Figure L-1. 44A720084-001 Line Filter Connections To Series 90-30 Power Supply

    µ µ µ µ f .0033 µ µ µ µ f µ µ µ µ f µ µ µ µ f .0033 7.06 Figure L-2. Equivalent Circuit for 44A720084-001 Line Filter Series 90-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual – August 2002 GFK-0356Q...
  • Page 432: Appendix L 44A420084-001 Emi Line Filter

    44A720084-001 Line Filter Mounting Dimensions a4 5 6 2 6 Oty.2 Mtg. Holes GRN/YEL Dimension Mounting Holes Inches 2.09 1.84 1.29 2.375 .010 2.75 (2) .187 .008 Millimeters 60.32 (2) 4.75 .0.20 53.09 46.74 32.77 69.85 Figure L-3. 44A720084-001 Line Filter Mounting Dimensions GFK-0356Q Appendix L 44A420084-001 EMI Line Filter...
  • Page 433 Index State Logic Serial Module, 9-2 AD693SLP300 State Logic processor, 9-4 Adapter bracket for 10-slot baseplate, 2-8, 3-20 10BASE2 Ethernet transceiver, J-2 Alphanumeric Display Coprocessor, 8-35 10BASE-T Wye cable, 10-35 Ethernet transceiver, J-1 Address Memory, 5-10 Analog I/O modules Figure, 7-9 32-Point modules Wiring methods, 2-21, 7-9 figure, 7-5...
  • Page 434 Index power supply location, 4-2 I/O cable for Power Mate APM to terminal Remote, features, 3-8 block, 10-45 Serial number location, 3-2 I/O interface cable for 32 point I/O modules, 10- Sizes, 3-2 42, 10-49, 10-57 Terminology, 3-3 pcm to PC-AT, 10-14 Types, 3-1 pcm to Workmaster (PC-XT), 10-12 Battery...
  • Page 435 Index Converters CPU363, 5-38 CPU364, 5-39 IC655CCM590, C-1 CPU374, 5-40 IC690ACC900, B-1 CSE 311, 9-14 IC690ACC901, D-1 CSE 313, 9-15 IC690ACC903, 11-4 CSE 323, 9-16 CSE 331, 9-17 350 hardware features, 5-18 CSE 340, 9-18 350-374 features, 5-13 Current draw 351 hardware features, 5-19 module, 12-12 352 hardware features, 5-19...
  • Page 436 Extension cables, I/O, 10-38, 10-54, 10-62 Genius bus controller, 8-6 External battery module, 6-10 compatibility hand-held monitor, 8-7 Logicmaster 90-30/20/micro software, 8-7 Series 90-30 PLC, 8-7 Faceplate, I/O, H-3 Series Six plc, 8-7 Fax Link system, 13-9 datagrams, 8-9 diagnostics, 8-8 Index-4 Series 90™-30 PLC Installation and Hardware Manual –...
  • Page 437 FIP Nest, 8-12 calculating, 12-17 removing a module, 2-4 Help removing a terminal board, 2-6 Wiring 32-point modules, 7-6 from GE Fanuc, 13-9 wiring to modules, 2-18 HHP, 11-5 I/O Modules Cable data sheet, 10-33 32-point features, 7-4...
  • Page 438 Index 50-pin, 32-point figure, 7-5 IC693ACC308 Analog features, 7-8 baseplate adapter bracket, 2-8, 3-20 Standard density, 7-2 IC693ACC308 Bracket Wire routing, 7-11 19, 2-9, 3-21 I/O processor module IC693ACC313 Bracket changing configuration parameters, 8-28 recessed 19, 2-10, 3-21 configuration IC693ACC315 using Logicmaster 90 configurator, 8-28 Battery accessory kit, 6-9 using the hand-held programmer, 8-28...
  • Page 439 Index Cable, 32-point I/O, 10-38 data sheet, 10-65 IC693CBL308 lengths, 10-65 ordering information, 10-66 Cable, 32-point I/O, 10-40 picture, 10-65 IC693CBL309 pin-out list, 10-66 Cable, 32-point I/O, 10-40 IC693CHS392 IC693CBL310 figure, 3-8 Cable, 32-point I/O, 10-42 IC693CHS393 IC693CBL311 figure, 3-9 APM cable, 8-16 remote baseplate, 3-9 Cable, APM I/O, 10-45...
  • Page 440 IC693CSE340 Instructions for floating neutral (IT) systems, Data sheet, 9-18 2-25 drawing, 9-10 Internet State Logic CPU, 9-10 GE Fanuc site, 13-9 IC693DSM302 Interposing terminal blocks, 2-19, H-2, H-12 Digital Servo Module, 8-17 Isolated Repeater/Conv. module drawing, 8-17 IC693DSM314 overview (obsolete), 11-8...
  • Page 441 Index Layout, PLC system Miniconverter kit guidelines, 12-17 cable diagrams, D-3 LED indicators IC690ACC901, 11-4 RS-232 port pin assignments, D-2 CPU, 13-2 RS-422 (SNP) to RS-232, D-1 Input modules, 13-2 RS-422 port pin assignments, D-2 Option modules, 13-2 specifications, D-4 Output modules, 13-2 system configurations, D-3 P1 (CPU 351/352), 5-20...
  • Page 442 Index Port, 8-11 Port expansion Cables for PCM, ADC, CMM, 10-35 Port expansion cable, 10-35 Nickname Port Isolator Compared to address, 5-10 overview, 11-8 Port, serial CPU351, 352, 353, 5-22 Port, serial, Series 90, A-3 Operation without battery, 6-7 Ports, ethernet interface Operator interface terminal, 8-35 AAUI, 8-30 Option module...
  • Page 443 Index Preinstallation check, 2-1 wye cable wiring diagram, earlier version baseplates, 10-29 Preventive maintenance Remote I/O scanner, FIP table, 13-8 description of, 8-12 Product support features of, 8-12 customer service, 2-1 Repeater/converter, isolated, 11-4 technical help, 2-1 cable diagrams, C-8 Program compatibility, 5-12 complex multidrop configuration, C-6 Programmable coprocessor modules, 8-31...
  • Page 444 4-4 System design power supplies, 4-2, 4-4 baseplate selection, 12-5 standard ac/dc supply, 4-2 CPU selection, 12-4 Series 90-30 PLC I/O requirements, 12-1 backplane, 3-12 Option module requirements, 12-2 CPU capacities, 5-10 power supply selection, 12-6...
  • Page 445 Version CPU firmware, 5-7 Visual inspection of new system, 2-1 Volatility Memory, 5-4 Warranty claims, 2-1 Web site GE Fanuc, 7-2, 13-9 Web site, GE Fanuc, 8-1 Weidmuller 912263 terminal block, 2-19 Wire routing I/O Modules, 7-11 GFK-0356Q Index Index-13...