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GE PACSystems* RX3i Reference Manual

GE PACSystems* RX3i Reference Manual (317 pages)

CPU  
Brand: GE | Category: Control Systems | Size: 4.69 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Figures9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction12................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions In This Manual13................................................................................................................................................................
Pacsystems Control System Overview16................................................................................................................................................................
Programming And Configuration16................................................................................................................................................................
Process Systems16................................................................................................................................................................
Pacsystems Cpu Models17................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3i Overview19................................................................................................................................................................
Rx7i Overview22................................................................................................................................................................
Rsti-ep Overview23................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Series 90 Applications To Pacsystems24................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation25................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Cpu Features & Specifications28................................................................................................................................................................
Common Cpu Features29................................................................................................................................................................
Features Shared By All Pacsystems Cpu Models29................................................................................................................................................................
Features Shared By Certain Pacsystems Cpu Models30................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware Storage In Flash Memory31................................................................................................................................................................
Operation, Protection, And Module Status31................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Global Data31................................................................................................................................................................
Embedded Profinet Controller32................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1: Configuring An Embedded Profinet Controller32................................................................................................................................................................
Opc Ua33................................................................................................................................................................
Removable Data Storage Devices (rdsds)34................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Over-temperature Monitoring And Behavior39................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3i Cpu Features And Specifications40................................................................................................................................................................
Cpe40046................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2: Cpe400 Front View And Features46................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3: Cpe400 Underside Ports & Connectors50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4: Cpe400 Micro-sd & Usb Pinouts52................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5: Typical Field Agent Application56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6: Login To Predix57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7: Predix Change Password58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8: Log Service Page58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9: Technician Console, Network Configuration Page59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 10: Enter Proxy Server Address60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11: Test Connection60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 12: Technician Console, Time Sync Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 13: Lan3 Interconnects For Hot Standby Redundancy64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 14: Display Port Connector66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 15: Location Of Rtc Battery On Cpe40068................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 16: Din-rail Mount Bracket Assembly Cpe40071................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 17: Panel-mount Bracket Assembly Cpe40071................................................................................................................................................................
Cpe33072................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 18: Cpe330 Front View & Features72................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 19: Cpe330 Run/stop Switch And Rdsd Switches74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 20: Location And Orientation Of Real-time Clock Battery In Cpe33077................................................................................................................................................................
Cpe302, Cpe305 And Cpe31081................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 21: Ic695cpe302/cpe305 Front View81................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 22: Ic695cpe310 Front View81................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 23: External Features Of Cpe302/cpe30583................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 24: External Features Of Cpe31083................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 25: Accessing Real-time Clock Battery (cpe302, Cpe305 And Cpe310)86................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 26: Sample Tool For Coin Battery Extraction87................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu315 And Cpu320/cru32090................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 27: Ic695cpu320 Front View90................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu31093................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 28: Ic695cpu310 Front View93................................................................................................................................................................
Rx7i Cpu Features And Specifications95................................................................................................................................................................
Cpe030/cre030 And Cpe040/cre040100................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 29: Cpe040 Front View100................................................................................................................................................................
Cpe010, Cpe020 And Cre020102................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 30: Cpe010 Front View102................................................................................................................................................................
Rx7i Embedded Ethernet Interface104................................................................................................................................................................
Rsti-ep Cpu Features And Specifications109................................................................................................................................................................
Cpe100/cpe115112................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 31: Cpe100/cpe115 Front, Top And Bottom Views And Features112................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 32: Cpe100/cpe115 Membrane Pushbutton And Module Status Leds114................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 33: State Diagram For Cpe100/cpe115 Run/stop Operation114................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 34: Typical Multi-tier Lan Application (star/bus Topology)117................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 35: Typical Multi-tier Lan Application (ring Topology)117................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Cpu Configuration120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Cpu121................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 36: Pme Expansion Of Pacsystems Target121................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Parameters122................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Parameters122................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Tcp Address Map125................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp126................................................................................................................................................................
Time127................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Parameters128................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Parameters131................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Parameters134................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Parameters (redundancy Cpus Only)136................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer List136................................................................................................................................................................
Com1 And Com2 Parameters137................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Sets Parameters141................................................................................................................................................................
Power Consumption Parameters141................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control142................................................................................................................................................................
Opc Ua Parameters143................................................................................................................................................................
Storing (downloading) Hardware Configuration144................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 37: Downloading Hardware Config To Cpu144................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Embedded Ethernet Interface145................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 38: Selecting Embedded Ethernet For Configuration145................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing Initial Ethernet Communications146................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Temporary Ip Address148................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 39: Set Temporary Ip Address148................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Cpu Operation150................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Sweep151................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Of The Cpu Sweep152................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 40: Major Phases Of A Typical Cpu Sweep152................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Sweep Modes155................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 41: Typical Sweeps In Normal Sweep Mode155................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 42: Typical Sweeps In Constant Sweep Mode156................................................................................................................................................................
Program Scheduling Modes157................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 43: Typical Sweeps In Constant Window Mode157................................................................................................................................................................
Window Modes158................................................................................................................................................................
Data Coherency In Communications Windows159................................................................................................................................................................
Run/stop Operations160................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Stop Modes161................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 44: Cpu Sweep In Stop-i/o Disabled And Stop-i/o Enabled Modes161................................................................................................................................................................
Stop-to-run Mode Transition163................................................................................................................................................................
Run/stop Switch Operation163................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Memory Operation164................................................................................................................................................................
Logic/configuration Source And Cpu Operating Mode At Power-up165................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Mode When Memory Not Preserved/power-up Source Is Flash166................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Mode When Memory Preserved167................................................................................................................................................................
Clocks And Timers168................................................................................................................................................................
Elapsed Time Clock168................................................................................................................................................................
Time-of-day Clock169................................................................................................................................................................
Watchdog Timer170................................................................................................................................................................
System Security172................................................................................................................................................................
Passwords And Privilege Levels - Legacy Mode173................................................................................................................................................................
Oem Protection - Legacy Mode175................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Security For Passwords And Oem Protection176................................................................................................................................................................
Legacy/enhanced Security Comparison177................................................................................................................................................................
Pacsystems I/o System178................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Configuration179................................................................................................................................................................
Genius I/o181................................................................................................................................................................
I/o System Diagnostic Data Collection183................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up And Power-down Sequences185................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up Sequence185................................................................................................................................................................
Power-down Sequence186................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cycle Operation With An Energy Pack187................................................................................................................................................................
Retention Of Data Memory Across Power Failure190................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Communications192................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Communications193................................................................................................................................................................
Embedded Ethernet Interface193................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 45: Cpe330 Overlapping Local Ip Subnet Example194................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 46: Expected Response Path195................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 47: Actual Response Path195................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Interface Modules198................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communications199................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Communications Capabilities199................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Stop Mode Protocols201................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Pin Assignments202................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 48: Com1 Port Cpe400203................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Electrical Isolation206................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Cable Lengths And Shielding207................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Baud Rates208................................................................................................................................................................
Series 90-70 Communications And Intelligent Option Modules209................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Coprocessor Module (cmm)209................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Coprocessor Module (pcm)210................................................................................................................................................................
Dlan/dlan+ (drives Local Area Network) Interface211................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Serial I/o, Snp & Rtu Protocols212................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Serial Ports Using Commreq Function 65520213................................................................................................................................................................
Commreq Function Example213................................................................................................................................................................
Timing213................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Another Commreq To The Same Port213................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Port Configuration Combinations214................................................................................................................................................................
Commreq Command Block Parameter Values215................................................................................................................................................................
Example Commreq Command Blocks For Serial Port Setup Function216................................................................................................................................................................
Serial I/o Protocol219................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Serial I/o Commreqs From The Cpu Sweep219................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility219................................................................................................................................................................
Status Word For Serial I/o Commreqs219................................................................................................................................................................
Serial I/o Commreq Commands221................................................................................................................................................................
Overlapping Commreqs222................................................................................................................................................................
Initialize Port Function (4300)223................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up Input Buffer Function (4301)224................................................................................................................................................................
Flush Input Buffer Function (4302)225................................................................................................................................................................
Read Port Status Function (4303)226................................................................................................................................................................
Write Port Control Function (4304)228................................................................................................................................................................
Cancel Commreq Function (4399)229................................................................................................................................................................
Autodial Function (4400)230................................................................................................................................................................
Write Bytes Function (4401)232................................................................................................................................................................
Read Bytes Function (4402)233................................................................................................................................................................
Read String Function (4403)235................................................................................................................................................................
Rtu Slave Protocol237................................................................................................................................................................
Message Format238................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 49: Rtu Message Transactions238................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 50: Rtu Read Output Table Example241................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Redundancy Check (crc)243................................................................................................................................................................
Rtu Message Descriptions247................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 53: Rtu Read Input Table Message Format248................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 54: Rtu Read Registers Message Format249................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 55: Rtu Read Analog Inputs Message Format250................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 56: Rtu Force Single Output Message Format251................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 57: Rtu Preset Single Register Message Format252................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 58: Rtu Read Exception Status Message Format253................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 59: Rtu Loopback/maintenance Message Format254................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 60: Rtu Force Multiple Outputs Message Format256................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 61: Rtu Preset Multiple Registers Message Format257................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 62: Rtu Report Device Type Message Format258................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 63: Rtu Read Scratch Pad Memory Message Format262................................................................................................................................................................
Rtu Scratch Pad263................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Errors264................................................................................................................................................................
Rtu Slave/snp Slave Operation With Programmer Attached267................................................................................................................................................................
Snp Slave Protocol268................................................................................................................................................................
Permanent Datagrams268................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Requests (commreqs) For Snp268................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Performance Data270................................................................................................................................................................
Boolean Execution Times271................................................................................................................................................................
A-1.1 Boolean Execution Measurements (ms Per 1000 Boolean Executions)271................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Timing272................................................................................................................................................................
Overview272................................................................................................................................................................
A-2.2 Plc Version Information273................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3i & Rsti-ep Instruction Times274................................................................................................................................................................
Rx7i Instruction Times275................................................................................................................................................................
Overhead Sweep Impact Times286................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.1 Base Sweep Times287................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.2 What The Sweep Impact Tables Contain289................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.3 Programmer Sweep Impact Times290................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.4 I/o Scan And I/o Fault Sweep Impact291................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Global Data Sweep Impact298................................................................................................................................................................
Egd Sweep Impact For Embedded Ethernet Interface On Rx3i & Rsti-ep Cpe Models301................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.7 Sweep Impact Of Intelligent Option Modules305................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.8 I/o Interrupt Performance And Sweep Impact308................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 65: Interrupt Execution Considerations309................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.9 Timed Interrupt Performance311................................................................................................................................................................
A-3.10 Example Of Predicted Sweep Time Calculation312................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B User Memory Allocation314................................................................................................................................................................
Items That Count Against User Memory315................................................................................................................................................................
User Program Memory Usage316................................................................................................................................................................
B-2.1 %l And %p Program Memory316................................................................................................................................................................
B-2.2 Program Logic And Overhead316................................................................................................................................................................

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GE PACSystems* RX3i User Manual

GE PACSystems* RX3i User Manual (95 pages)

IEC 104 Server Module IC695EIS001  
Brand: GE | Category: Controller | Size: 2.83 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Figures9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions In This Manual10................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 104 Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1: Iec 104 Basic System Architecture11................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2: Application Showing Two Iec 104 Lans Accessing Rx3i Through Two Eis001 Modules11................................................................................................................................................................
Description12................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3: Ic695eis001 Front View13................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications14................................................................................................................................................................
Controls And Indicators15................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4: Iec 104 Server Module Eis001 Features At A Glance15................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3 Iiec 104 Server Specifications And Restrictions16................................................................................................................................................................
Adsu Supported In General Interrogation16................................................................................................................................................................
Adsu Supported Without Time Tag And Rbe16................................................................................................................................................................
Adsu Supported With 56-bit Time Tag And Rbe16................................................................................................................................................................
Adsu Supported Commands17................................................................................................................................................................
Adsu Supported Commands And Responses17................................................................................................................................................................
General Purpose Adsus Supported17................................................................................................................................................................
Performance And Limitations19................................................................................................................................................................
General Restrictions19................................................................................................................................................................
Point Count Restrictions19................................................................................................................................................................
Point Event Count Restrictions19................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary20................................................................................................................................................................
References21................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Installation23................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-installation Check24................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Location24................................................................................................................................................................
Installation In Hazardous Areas25................................................................................................................................................................
Atex Zone 225................................................................................................................................................................
Atex Marking25................................................................................................................................................................
Module Installation26................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting The Eis00126................................................................................................................................................................
Eis001 Module Removal26................................................................................................................................................................
Spare Parts26................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tools28................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3i Rack/slot Hardware Configuration28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5: Adding Module To Rack/slot Location28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6: Selection Of Eis001 For Installation29................................................................................................................................................................
Rx3 Icpu Settings30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7: Cpu Configuration Showing Example Of Scan Settings (scan Tab)30................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Interface Status Bits31................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8: Eis001 Lan Status Bits (bits 11 & 13)31................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Configuration32................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9: Pme Tab For Entering Ethernet Settings To Be Used By Eis00132................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 104 Server Configuration33................................................................................................................................................................
Station Manager Configuration34................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 10: Station Manager Configuration Tab (showing Defaults)34................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 System Operation35................................................................................................................................................................
System Overview35................................................................................................................................................................
Communications35................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy35................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Scans36................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms36................................................................................................................................................................
Station Manager36................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Diagnostics37................................................................................................................................................................
Status Data38................................................................................................................................................................
Light-emitting Diode (led) Indications38................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up39................................................................................................................................................................
Problems During Power-up39................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware Update Mode39................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11: Winloader Utility Screen-shot39................................................................................................................................................................
Module Faults In The Rx3i I/o Fault Tables40................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Fault Messages During Power-up41................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 12: Typical Power-up Controller Fault Table Entries Originated By Eis00141................................................................................................................................................................
Using Status Data For Troubleshooting42................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing The Rx3i Fault Tables42................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Configuration Of Iec 104 Server Parameters Using Commreq43................................................................................................................................................................
Overview44................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 13: Sample Iec 104 Server Memory Setup44................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 14: Ladder Logic Used To Configure Iec 104 Server Parameters44................................................................................................................................................................
Required Configuration Parameters46................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Commreq Command Block Parameters46................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Client Station-server Connection46................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Translation Feature Configuration Parameters47................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Read Translation Table47................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Command Translation Table47................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples For Address Translation48................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 15: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 1)48................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 16: Red/write Interaction Between Controller And Iec104 Client (case 1)48................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 17: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 2)49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 18: Red/write Interaction Between Controller And Iec104 Client (case 2)49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 19: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 3)50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 20: Red/write Interaction Between Controller And Iec104 Client (case 3)50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 21: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 4)51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 22: Red/write Interaction Between Controller And Iec104 Client (case 4)51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 23: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 5)52................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 24: Red/write Interaction Between Controller And Iec104 Client (case 5)52................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Configuration Parameters53................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Filter Times53................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Short And Long Pulse Durations53................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Server Status Space54................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 104 Polled Object Parameters, And Cpo Setting For Adsus55................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 25: Example Of Cpo Splitting Adsu Into Read-only And Read/write Segments55................................................................................................................................................................
Option Parameters59................................................................................................................................................................
Point Push Interface Definition64................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Specification64................................................................................................................................................................
Record Format64................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Collection Mechanism66................................................................................................................................................................
Point Push For Digital And Analog Data66................................................................................................................................................................
Required Commreq Function Block Parameters67................................................................................................................................................................
Program Download67................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 104 Communications Start-up68................................................................................................................................................................
Commreq Status Word Codes68................................................................................................................................................................
Security68................................................................................................................................................................
Status Area69................................................................................................................................................................
General Table View69................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 26: Status Area Contents And Layout69................................................................................................................................................................
A Ppendix A D Efinition Of The S Tatus A Rea69................................................................................................................................................................
A-2.1 Status Of Read70................................................................................................................................................................
A-2.2 Status Of A Client Connection70................................................................................................................................................................
A-2.3 Point Push70................................................................................................................................................................
A-2.4 Events Being Stored70................................................................................................................................................................
Appendixb Station Manager Status71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 27: Response To Stat A Command71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 28: Node Commands Showing Available Plug-in Communication Modules72................................................................................................................................................................
Appendixc Log Messages Table73................................................................................................................................................................
Appendixd Device Profile75................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History76................................................................................................................................................................
D-1 R Evision H Istory76................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction77................................................................................................................................................................
D-2 I Ntroduction77................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperability78................................................................................................................................................................
D-3.1 System Or Device78................................................................................................................................................................
D-3.2 Network Configuration78................................................................................................................................................................
D-3 I Nteroperability78................................................................................................................................................................
D-3.3 Physical Layer79................................................................................................................................................................
D-3.4 Link Layer80................................................................................................................................................................
D-3.5 Application Layer81................................................................................................................................................................
D-3.6 Basic Application Functions89................................................................................................................................................................
July90................................................................................................................................................................
Gfk-2949c91................................................................................................................................................................
GE PACSystems* RX3i Quick Start Manual

GE PACSystems* RX3i Quick Start Manual (18 pages)

1GHz 64MB CPU w/Ethernet IC695CPE330  
Brand: GE | Category: Processor | Size: 0.3 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
User Features3................................................................................................................................................................
Switches5................................................................................................................................................................
Light-emitting Diode Indicators (leds)6................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Ports7................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Checks10................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Location10................................................................................................................................................................
Installation In Hazardous Areas11................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding11................................................................................................................................................................
Module Start-up12................................................................................................................................................................
You Will Need12................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Installation Steps12................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Configuration13................................................................................................................................................................
Profinet Controller Configuration14................................................................................................................................................................
Backward Compatibility With Cpu320/cru320/cpu31514................................................................................................................................................................
Removable Data Storage Device (rdsd)17................................................................................................................................................................
Periodic Maintenance17................................................................................................................................................................
Real-time Clock Battery17................................................................................................................................................................
Spare Parts17................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information18................................................................................................................................................................

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GE PACSystems* RX3i Quick Start Manual (16 pages)

Genius Communications Gateway  
Brand: GE | Category: Gateway | Size: 0.33 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
User Features3................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Ports3................................................................................................................................................................
Genius Serial Bus Connectors4................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connector5................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Of Module Features5................................................................................................................................................................
Light-emitting Diode Indicators (leds)6................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Installation8................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Checks8................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Location8................................................................................................................................................................
Installation In Hazardous Areas9................................................................................................................................................................
Module Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration12................................................................................................................................................................
You Will Need12................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Configuration Steps12................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information15................................................................................................................................................................

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