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GE FANUC 90 Series User Manual

GE FANUC 90 Series User Manual (103 pages)

Hot Standby CPU Redundancy  
Brand: GE | Category: Computer Hardware | Size: 0.7 MB
Table of contents
Related Publications3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction12................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy Product12................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of The Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy Product14................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits Of The Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy Product14................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Systems For Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy Systems15................................................................................................................................................................
Genius I/o System15................................................................................................................................................................
Local I/o System15................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Connections15................................................................................................................................................................
Control Strategy16................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Hot Standby Operation16................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy System16................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2. Synchronized Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy System Configuration17................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Cpu Module18................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Communications Module18................................................................................................................................................................
Bumpless Switching19................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronized Cpus19................................................................................................................................................................
Effect On Scan Time19................................................................................................................................................................
Fail Wait Time19................................................................................................................................................................
Switch To Backup Unit Time19................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Backup Data Size20................................................................................................................................................................
On-line Programming20................................................................................................................................................................
On-line Repair20................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Considerations21................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Requirements21................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Of Terms22................................................................................................................................................................
Commonly Used Acronyms23................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 System Components24................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Cpu24................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Architecture25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3. Cpu 780 Locations In A Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy System25................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1. Capacities For Redundancy Cpu, Ic697cpu78025................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Features26................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4. Redundancy Cpu - Ic697cpu 78026................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Mode Switch27................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2. Valid Operating Mode Selection27................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Protect Keyswitch28................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Status Leds28................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Connectors28................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Connector29................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Memory Board29................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3. Expansion Memory Boards For Cpu 78029................................................................................................................................................................
Rcm Features30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5. Redundancy Communications Module - Ic697rcm71130................................................................................................................................................................
Rcm System Status Leds31................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6. Example Of Rcm Location In A Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy System31................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Selection Pushbutton32................................................................................................................................................................
Rcm Connectors32................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Transmitter Module33................................................................................................................................................................
Led Status Indicators33................................................................................................................................................................
Btm Connectors34................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Receiver Module34................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Bus Signal Termination35................................................................................................................................................................
Brm Connectors35................................................................................................................................................................
Genius Bus Controller35................................................................................................................................................................
Genius Bus Controller User Features36................................................................................................................................................................
Gbc Connectors37................................................................................................................................................................
Racks37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7. Example Of Multiple Genius Busses In A Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy System37................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Configuration38................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Hot Standby Cpu Redundancy System38................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy System Requirements39................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Redundancy System Setup39................................................................................................................................................................
Logicmaster 90 Configuration39................................................................................................................................................................
I/o System Configuration39................................................................................................................................................................
Screens For Fault Category Configuration40................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Folders41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration With Logicmaster41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of A Redundancy Cpu Module42................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Cpu Requirements44................................................................................................................................................................
Redund Type45................................................................................................................................................................
Background Window45................................................................................................................................................................
Normal Sweep Mode45................................................................................................................................................................
Constant Window Sweep Mode46................................................................................................................................................................
Constant Sweep Mode46................................................................................................................................................................
Ctrl Strgy47................................................................................................................................................................
Fail Wait47................................................................................................................................................................
Shared I/o47................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4. Shared I/o Data Parameters48................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5. Shared I/o Reference Values48................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6. Transfer Data Size49................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Cpu Expansion Memory Board50................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of A Redundancy Communications Module51................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of A Genius Bus Controller53................................................................................................................................................................
Paired Gbc Parameter53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Primary Redundant Plc55................................................................................................................................................................
Select The Redundancy Cpu Module56................................................................................................................................................................
Select An Expansion Memory Board57................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Redundant Communications Module58................................................................................................................................................................
Configure A Genius Bus Controller59................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Genius I/o Blocks61................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Bus Transmitter Module62................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Secondary Redundant Plc63................................................................................................................................................................
Change Redund Type64................................................................................................................................................................
Operation66................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Operation66................................................................................................................................................................
Section 1: System Operation66................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up Sequence Of A Redundant Cpu66................................................................................................................................................................
Incompatible Configurations67................................................................................................................................................................
Resynchronization Of The Redundant Cpu68................................................................................................................................................................
Hot-standby Redundancy Control Strategy69................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Scan70................................................................................................................................................................
First Data Transfer %i, %ai And Synchronization70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8. Active And Backup Sweeps70................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer From Backup Unit To Active Unit71................................................................................................................................................................
Second Data Transfer %q, %aq, %r, And %m72................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Control To Backup Unit72................................................................................................................................................................
Role Switch Svcreq73................................................................................................................................................................
S References For Cpu Redundancy74................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7. Definition For% S Reference For Redundancy Status74................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Cpu Considerations75................................................................................................................................................................
Features Not Available With Cpu 78075................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Interrupts75................................................................................................................................................................
Timed Interrupts75................................................................................................................................................................
Vme Integrator Racks75................................................................................................................................................................
Stop/ioscan Mode75................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Operation75................................................................................................................................................................
Differences In Operation For Cpu 78076................................................................................................................................................................
Run Disabled Mode76................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Fault Actions78................................................................................................................................................................
Stop To Run Mode Transition79................................................................................................................................................................
Background Window Time79................................................................................................................................................................
Background User Checksum And Background Window Timing Instructions80................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Operation Information81................................................................................................................................................................
Timer And Pid Function Blocks81................................................................................................................................................................
Timed Contacts81................................................................................................................................................................
Ovr_pre %s Reference81................................................................................................................................................................
Genius Bus Controller Switching82................................................................................................................................................................
Section 2: Fault Detection And Control Actions83................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Detection83................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Categories83................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Fault Category Actions84................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Fault Table85................................................................................................................................................................
Table 8. Fault Zoom Help Text For Redundancy Error Codes85................................................................................................................................................................
Faulting Rcms, Losing Links, And Terminating Communications86................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Actions In A Cpu Redundancy System88................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9. Maskable Fault Group Descriptions88................................................................................................................................................................
Table 10. Maskable Fault Group Actions89................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11. Non-maskable Fault Group Descriptions90................................................................................................................................................................
Table 12. Non-maskable Fault Action Descriptions90................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Parallel Bus Termination91................................................................................................................................................................
On-line Repair Recommendations91................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply92................................................................................................................................................................
Central Processor Unit92................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Communications Module And Cables92................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Communications Link Failures93................................................................................................................................................................
Genius Bus94................................................................................................................................................................
Genius Blocks94................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Redundancy Alternatives95................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Alternatives95................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9. Guide To Selection Of Redundancy Option Key For Table 1 (redundancy Options)96................................................................................................................................................................
Table 13. Redundancy Options97................................................................................................................................................................
Series 90-70 Redundancy Through Application Logic98................................................................................................................................................................

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