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    Warning, CautioAs Used In This

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    Preface

    This manual provides

    stall and maintain th

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    Warranty anInforma

    General Electric backs up its Series S

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    Table o

    CHAPTER 1 - Gener

    Section 1 IntroGeneral Over

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    Table of Contents

    Section 3 Pow

    Mounting .....

    Logic Power

    AC Input ......

    Key Switch .

    Terminal Blo

    Terminal Bloc

    Outputs .......

    Auxiliary Circ

    Alarm Relay .

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    Table of Contents

    Section 4 Inp

    Remote I/OAddressing

    Status Ind

    Option Ju

    Remote l/O

    Connectors

    Status Ind

    Option Ju

    CPU I/O StaL l I/O St

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    Table of Contents

    CHAPTER 2 - Insta

    Section 1 Rack

    Quality Contro

    Packaging.. ...

    Visual Inspect

    Pre-installation

    Rack Installati

    Extraction/Inse

    Removing a pInserting a pri

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    Table of Contents

    Section 3 I/O

    DC Output High Densit

    Analog Out

    Reed Relay

    Section 4 Pr

    Installation

    CHAPTER 3 - Tr

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    Table of Contents

    FIGURES - Chapter1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    910

    Basic Block DSeries Six Fa

    Universal Rac

    Series Six F

    Input/Output

    Program Dev

    Scan Sequen

    Model 6000

    Series Six CPL i C t

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    Table of Contents

    FIGURES - Chap43

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    49

    Analog Ou

    DIP Switch

    Modules

    Reed Rela

    I/O ReceivI/O ReceivConfigurat

    I/O TransConnection

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    FIGURES - Chapte89

    10

    11

    12

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    14

    15

    Logic MemoMemory Boa

    Printed-Circu

    Logic Memo

    Logic Contro

    Ribbon Co

    CPU Power

    Typical I/O R

    l/O Power SI/O R i

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    Table of Contents

    FIGURES - Chap

    4 4

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    49

    50

    51

    High Dens

    High Dens

    Connectio

    Analog Out

    Analog Ou

    Analog Ou

    Reed Relay

    Typical Re

    Reed Relay

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    Table of Contents

    TABLES - Chapter

    6

    7

    8

    Series Six F

    Physical Ele

    I/O Modules

    Communicat

    Power Suppl

    Characteris

    Alarm Cond

    I/O Module C

    Specification

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    Table of Contents

    TABLES - Chapte

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    IO

    Selectable B

    (lC600CB5Option Jump

    DIP Switch

    Remote I/O

    Selectable B

    Option ....

    Remote I/O

    Selectable B

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    IN

    This manual contains a general description of the S

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    Programs are entered, edited, and monitored with the

    is evaluated, logic decisions are made based on the s

    by the Central Processing Unit (CPU). The Input/Outp

    levels for processing by the CPU and convert CPU si

    user devices. The I/O modules also provide isolation f

    typical factory environment.

    The basic programming language used by the Series Si

    include (as an option) a powerful Extended Instruction

    plications more complex than those requiring only re

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    MODELS

    Model 6000 is the top of the line and has the greatest c

    tions available. This is followed in order of capacity by

    are upward compatible which means that any Model

    and any Model 600 program can run on the Model 600

    OPTIONAL DEVICES

    Optional devices are available for use with all 3 ModelsD P U i d P bl l d

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    Features

    Program Memory Type

    Maximum Program Memory Size

    (16 Bit W d )

    Model 60

    C MO S -R A

    wi t h B a t t

    Backup

    32K

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

    Table 2 lists the general physical and electrical characteris

    Physical and Electrical Cha

    Operating Temperature:0-60C (32-l40

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    I-- 2 . 6 7 i n .67.8 mm

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    INPUT MODULES

    8-Circuit Modules

    12V AC/DC

    24-48V AC/DC

    115V AC/DC

    230V AC/DC

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    An I/O rack can be located up to 2000 feet (with no mwhen using I/O communications originating at a parallel

    tion channel an l/O rack can be located up to 10,000 feet

    when using an RS-232 modem link).

    A more detailed explanation of the I/O structure is prov

    I/O Rack

    Th I/O k i h h CPU k i h i l i

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    General Description of the Series SixIntroduction

    The Series Six uses the familiar ladder diagram appr

    used functions such as open and closed contacts, rela

    Additional instruction capability is provided in mnemon

    The users ladder diagram program is stored in the logi

    may reference the status table, or register memory.

    Th bl i d f h i d

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Introduction

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    Hardwathe Central

    Thi ti t i h d d i ti f th C

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    RUN

    STOPI

    HOUSEKEEP ING

    P D T

    WINDOW

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    MODEL 6000 CPU

    The Model 6000 is the most powerful CPU in the S

    many as 32,768 (32K) sixteen-bit words can be stor

    photograph of the Model 6000 CPU is shown in Figure

    sociated hardware.

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    Options for Model 6000 CPU

    The optional Auxiliary I/O module which interfaces th

    allows an additional 1000 inputs and 1000 outputs. Ano

    Data Processor. The Data Processor is a microprocess

    which are too time consuming or require too much memo

    CPU POWER SUPPLY

    Th S i Si CPU l i lf t i d

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Central Processing Unit

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    LOGIC CONTROL

    The Logic Control module contains circuitry for generat

    other CPU modules. The circuitry includes an Am29

    words by eighty-eight bit PROMS for microprogram sto

    module showing the faceplate and the Logic Contro

    module are available, the difference being the pro

    IC600CB501A) is programmed for the Basic Functions

    grammed for the Extended Functions. A connector on t

    f i h A i h i C l M d l Th ibb b

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

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    General Description of the SeriesCentral Processing Unit

    Six

    ARITHMETIC CONTROL

    The Arithmetic Control (See Figure 11) module contains

    operations on data and address lines. The time base for

    a 3.2 MHz clock on this module.

    The Series Six CPU has 4 hardware registers located

    and buffer registers are each one bit wide. The accum

    The registers are operated on internally by the CPU and a

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Central Processing Unit

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    l/O CONTROL

    The I/O Control module interfaces the CPUs bus to th

    and 1000 outputs.

    Logic on the module which performs the interfacing i

    latches, a status multiplexer, and control and timing circ

    This module also provides interrupt circuitry and contro

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Central Processing Unit

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Central Processing Unit

    MEMORY

    The type of memory as well as the internal memory, reg

    scribed below. Also described are memory protection, v

    ing and memory allocations.

    CMOS

    CMOS-RAM is an integrated circuit memory that is des

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    In addition the Scratch Pad memory is stored in the Inte

    miscellaneous data pertaining to CPU operation.

    SCRATCH PAD

    ITEM

    CPU ID Number assigned to the CPU if t

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    REGISTER MEMORY

    The Register Memory module is comprised of a Mothe

    tion and checking functions and a Daughter board t

    locations) in CMOS-RAM with Lithium battery back-up.

    certain mnemonic functions. The lower 128 words of t

    tion for the Auxiliary I/O status table. Data bus transfer lo

    The Register Memory module has 2 LED indicators whic

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    Relatively small amounts of excess ch

    trostatic fields in metal-oxide-semicon

    their gate structure. When the board c

    the circuit board under conditions

    electricity. Failure to observe this CAU

    tion of the CMOS-RAM devices in this

    With the board covers in place, it is u

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Central Processing Unit

    Visual Status of Backup Battery

    There is one LED indicator viewed through the facepl

    tor BATTERY is a visual status of the Lithium backup

    described below.

    STATUS

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Central Processing Unit

    There are 3 LED indicators which are viewed through the

    functions are as shown below.

    INDlCATOR

    CHAIN

    OK

    On when all I/O stations in the

    and have received good outp

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL

    The Communications Control module, which is an op

    serial interface to the CPU. A Portable Tape Unit and a

    the CPU through the Communications Control modu

    device such as a computer to communicate with a Serie

    Two connectors are provided for connection to the mo

    of the module. The upper connector is a 25-pin D-type

    an RS-232 RS-422 or 20mA current loop interface T

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    MODEL 600 CPU

    The Model 600 CPU is functionally identical to the Mod

    capacity is not as great. An important feature is that a Da

    rack.

    Logic Memory is allocated one slot to contain one Logic M

    program capacity in 16-bit words to be 2K, 4K, or 8K of

    switches on the Internal Memory module must be program

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    Figure 19 is the Model 600 CPU which shows the mod

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    MODEL 60 CPU

    For applications not requiring a large quantity of I/O

    system which combines the CPU and up to 6 l/O mod

    Power Supply, Logic Control, Arithmetic Control and

    identical to those used in the Models 6000 and 600.

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    The Memory module (Figure 21) combines the functions of

    ternal Memory modules used in Models 6000 and 600. Teither 2K or 4K of 16-bit words. Maximum register Mem

    words. The Register Memory is standard in the Model 60.

    NOTE

    The Memory module used in the Model

    Logic Memory modules used in the Model

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    General Description of the Series SixCentral Processing Unit

    By combining the 3 memories into one module, and wi

    has 6 slots available for I/O modules within the CPU r

    I/O points the Model 60 is a complete system within on

    The I/O Control module connects the Model 60 CPU to

    and 256 outputs (2K Model) or 1000 inputs and 1000

    can be located in the CPU rack will allow 192 inputs o

    puts up to a total of 192. The I/O modules selected m

    for details). If more than 6 I/O modules or 192 l/O po

    tional I/O racks must be used.

    The optional Communications Control module is offere

    General Description of the Series Six

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    General Description of the Series SixPower Supply

    PO

    The power supply used in the Series Six family of prog

    switching, regulated supply with its electronic circuitry

    The power supply assembly is attached to a faceplate

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Power Supply

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    General Description of the Series SixPower Supply

    AC INPUT

    Two sources of AC input voltage may be used, either

    supply circuitry is provided by connection to screw dow

    front panel. Only dual voltage models are jumper selecta

    KEY SWITCH

    The CPU power supply has two key switches mounted o

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    General Description of the Series SixPower Supply

    Contacts are also provided for connecting an auxiliary

    memory back-up.

    If a memory auxiliary battery is used

    Power Supply module should be isolated

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Power Supply

    ALARM RELAY

    The alarm relay logic is located on the CPAXl boar

    outputs to switch. The alarm relay outputs are rated

    Alarm no. 1 causes the CPU status to be set to st

    recorded, but the CPU status in most cases does not

    cause the alarm relay outputs to switch.

    1 ALARM NO. 1 (MAJOR)

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    IN

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    I/O POINT ADDRESSING

    Each I/O slot (except the left-most slot) has a seven seg

    plane adjacent to each slot (See Figure 27). These sw

    each Input or Output module placed in that slot. An Inp

    ten addressable slots. Programming of these switches

    switch either to the open or closed position. To set a sw

    the left. Each DIP switch setting allows the selection of

    32 consecutive I/O points. The number of I/O points is

    is a chart indicating the DIP switch settings for 8 circu

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    General Description ofInput/Output System

    the Series Six

    I/O RACK INTERCONNECTION

    i/O racks are interconnected in a system by using co

    Remote I/O Drivers or Remote I/O Receivers depending on

    are grouped together in either a CPU station, a Local l/O

    their physical location and distance from the CPU and from

    tion modules and stations are described in detail later in th

    Each l/O rack requires a receiver which isolates the I/O d

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Auxiliary Circuit Board

    An auxiliary circuit board is mounted in the I/O pow

    (IOAXI) senses the +5V DC output to determine if it is

    signal PSOK is generated if the +5V is within its spe

    when the power supply is on and +5V is within its no

    the +5V drops below 4.75V, PSOK switches high, whi

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    The terminal assembly has a dual keying system to preven

    sembly to a circuit card that is not compatible with the fieful in troubleshooting in that if a circuit card fails it can

    since the keying system will only allow that type of card t

    VOLTAGE AC/DC

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    Connections To I/O Modules

    Connections are made to the I/O modules by inserting w

    These lugs will accept one No. 12 AWG wire or two No.

    14 AWG wire on Analog and High-Density modules. Wir

    Wh h L i P i h i d

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Each module contains 8 isolated input circuits. AC or D

    be input to the modules. Each input circuit has a high of the circuitry. Maximum turn-on voltage is 78% of the

    nominal voltage. Each input circuit also contains an o

    DC input of either polarity, and a filter to provide immu

    An LED is provided for each circuit which indicates an

    module that indicates features common to each of the

    be inserted in any slot of an I/O rack (except the left mos

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    The starting I/O point for each module is selected by set

    plane adjacent to the I/O slot in which the module is insreference for eight consecutive I/O points reserved for

    Figure 28 or the Installation section of this manual for in

    Input connections for field wiring are arranged in two gr

    nections in each group. Detailed installation instructions c

    High-Density Input Modules

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    The 32 inputs available on this module are arranged in

    single group is read by the CPU during an I/O cycle. All 3

    tive I/O cycles. A user supplied power source is connect

    DC mode) and COM terminals as required. Further detai

    Chapter 2 of this manual.

    By connecting a jumper plug on the circuit board to th

    the data sent to the CPU is inverted (complemented) o

    provides a visual indication of the selected mode. Fig

    including features described above.

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    -.General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Each of the above modules functions as an analog-to-dig

    of its eight input channels. The sampled value of the inp

    which provides a resolution of 1 part in 4096. This num

    various operating conditions and the number of the chann

    in the CPU.

    Specifications for the Analog Input module are as listed in

    5V DC, 1.5A - Supplied b

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    Four connections are provided for each channel on the

    The input wiring is configured according to the type of

    showing typical user input connections.

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    The 32 bits corresponding to the group of 32 inputs r

    Status Table in the sequence as shown below.

    Bit#

    INPUT STATUS TA

    l/O Address I/O Address

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    BI T

    Bit 13

    DEFINITION

    Board OK: HIGH if both +5V and

    otherwise.

    Bit 14 Underrange: HIGH if input level is a

    LOW otherwise. (Data will saturate

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Interrupt Input Module

    The Interrupt Input module provides a method of initi

    stored in the CPU memory. A signal to an Interrupt Inpu

    quired voltage level of the interrupt signal from a user d

    CPU can occur on either a positive or on a negative tr

    either an ON/OFF or OFF/ON edge trigger is jumper s

    proper terminals on the circuit board. Figure 35 is an in

    Input module are as listed in Table 13.

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    04

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    AC Output Module

    AC Output modules are available in either a 115V AC or

    driving 5 mA to 2 amps. The module contains compara

    being addressed and a register to store the output data

    output has overvoltage protection and is protected fromeach use a triac as a switching device to connect the co

    the user power source when that output is in the ON sta

    lamp blown fuse indicator which is viewed through the tra

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    The significance of each of the bits is defined in the f

    input number in the group of 32 inputs, while Bit 32 c

    For example, if DIP switch No, 6 is set OPEN and all the

    37), then Inputs 257 to 288 in the CPU input Status Tab

    spond to Bits 1 to 32 in the data format definition.

    BI T DEFINITION

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    07

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    DC Output Modules

    The discrete 8-point DC Output module is available inrange is available in either a sink or a source version

    groups of four outputs. Each group shares a common p

    tral (negative) terminal. Table 19 lists the specification

    User Supplied

    Module Voltage

    Response

    T i m e

    ON-Stat

    Voltage

    Drop

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Two types of output amplifiers are used on the DC Outpu

    With the source module, when an output is in the ON sta

    voltage of the positive side of the user power source. Wdown toward the negative side of the user power source

    A circuit is provided that disables all of the outputs in

    CPU failure. This prevents improper operation which

    operator.

    A DC Output module can be installed in an I/O rack or i

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    The 32 outputs on this module are arranged in four gr

    group is read by the CPU during an I/O cycle. All 32 ou

    I/O cycles. A user supplied power source is connectedDC module) and COM terminals as required.

    By connecting a jumper plug on the circuit board to th

    the data sent to the CPU is inverted (complemented) o

    provides a visual indication of the selected mode. See

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    Analog Output Modules

    The Analog Output module is available in three versioversion are shown in Table 2 1.

    ( Module Type 1 RanUnipolar

    Bipolar

    Current

    o --1

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    A jumper must be set on the current output module. I

    puts the circuit board jumper (refer to Figure 43) sh

    source that provides a regulated +18V to +42V DC @

    2 and 3. During operation, there is a significant voltage

    low side of the load and the low side of the source.

    Five connections are provided on the user connector

    wiring is configured at these terminals according to th

    instructions are provided in Chapter 2.

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Two consecutive I/O addresses (16 l/O points) are requ

    with each channel. A single channel is normally acces

    determined by the CPU under control of the user prograaccessed during the f/O scan as shown below.

    OUTPUT STATUS TA

    Bit 16

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    The twelve bits of data should be in straight binary form

    form for negative values.

    The 2s-complement form of a binary number is found

    adding one. For example, the decimal number 770 c

    OOOOOOI 100000010. To find the 2s-complement fthen add one to this, giving 1 1 1 1 1 1001 1 11 1 1 10.number -770.

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Reed Relay Output Module

    The Reed Relay Output Module provides six form C, meto switch loads with voltages up to 250V AC/DC at 2 a

    and has an LED indicator that turns on when the corresp

    list of specifications for this module.

    Contact Type Form C, Normally Ope

    Selectable

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    C10

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Each circuit has two output connections for user field w

    this module connects to the appropriate output terminal,

    nected through the power source to terminals Sl throone No. 12 AWG or two No. 14 AWG wires. Further

    found in Chapter 2 of this manual.

    I/O SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

    A Series Six I/O system can be configured by using

    A I/O t i tibl ith ll 3 d l f S

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    The I/O Receiver module receives signals through the pa

    the status of inputs and outputs, then relays those signals

    nected when they are more than 50 feet (15 meters) fromfirst rack of the distant grouping to an I/O Transmitter t

    bus. The length of this cable can not exceed 500 feet (1

    the end of a parallel bus cable is referred to as a Local I/O

    chained in a Local I/O station with no more than 50 feet

    last rack. The maximum distance an I/O Receiver can be l

    iliary l/O Control module is 2000 cable feet (600 meters

    used when connecting racks on the daisy chain in the stat

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    If an I/O Receiver should be removed from the last ra

    the jumper pack and DIP shunts must be reconfigured

    I/O Receiver is moved from a rack within the chain to t

    shunts must be reconfigured to terminate the I/O chai

    When a jumper pack is not inserted in location D1 or t

    D1 they should be inserted in spare sockets located

    spare sockets are in board locations F2 and F3.

    Connectors

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    I/O TRANSMITTER

    The I/O Transmitter module (Figure 48) is used to provnals and the i/O bus to a downstream Local I/O station

    to a Local I/O station if I/O racks are required beyond the

    isting Local I/O station or a model 60 CPU. Any number

    long as the I/O load for the rack and the distance limita

    be installed in a Remote I/O station and linked to ad

    meters), thereby extending the Remote I/O capability b

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    Status Indicators

    A monitor circuit checks the output level of the isolatedspecified tolerance, the monitor circuit causes the I/O Tr

    when the voltage is within tolerance. In addition, there

    PARITY status. Table 26 defines the status information

    I INDICATOR I DEFINITION

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    G l D i i f h S i Si

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    120 Inputs and 248 In

    120 outputs 248 O

    l -128

    129-256

    257-384

    385512513-640

    641-768

    l -2

    257-5

    513-7

    769 -

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Cable Wiring

    Wiring connections required for use with the remote I / Omethods of connection are shown. Figure 50 shows tw

    nection using RS-232 modems. Note that both the Rem

    figured as Data Terminal devices when connection is b

    9

    G l i i f h S i Si

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    DataTerminal

    Transmit Data

    h&Receive Data

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Printed Circuit Board Jumpers

    There are several printed circuit board jumper plugs wha Remote I/O system. Jumper plugs are located on b

    Receiver. Factory configuration of these jumpers is set f

    - 120 Inputs and 120 Outputs

    - Connection up to 10,000 feet (3Km) using two twi

    - Baud rate -57.6Kb

    GEK 25361A

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    General Description of the Series Six GEK-25361A

    Input/Output System

    REMOTE I/O DRIVER

    The Remote I/O Driver module (Figure 52) provides contrcuitry on this module converts output data from parallel

    Specifically, a Remote I/O Driver connects the I/O structu

    I/O station to a Remote I/O station through a serial com

    two twisted pair cable or a communications link usin

    twisted pair cable, the Remote l/O station can be

    kilometers) from the Remote l/Q Driver. A communicatio

    G l D i ti f th S i Si

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    The Remote I/O Driver has circuitry sufficient to drive u

    Driver module can be installed in any unused l/O slot in

    CPU (except the left most slot in an I/O rack which is the Remote I/O station is to be made through a modem

    High-Capacity I/O rack. This is necessary since the RS-

    operation.

    Addressing

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    Input/Output System

    input # I/O Reference Information

    1 10297

    2 10298

    3 10299

    Input togg

    to the CPU

    Reserved

    Reserved

    4 10300 Remote P

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    General Description of the Series Six

    Input/Output System

    Status Indicators

    There are four LED status indicators viewed through the status information as that indicated by the state of fnpu

    their meanings are listed below in table 30 in the same or

    IndicatorI--

    Deflnmon

    LOCAL ON - Remote l/O Driver module ope

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    General Description of the Series SixInput/Output System

    Instructions for reconfiguring circuit board jumpers to

    stallation chapter of this manual. The options listed i

    system operation. Other jumpers on the board are addition, several jumpers are factory set and are for fut

    ers should not be altered.

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    p

    Input/Output System

    REMOTE I/O RECEIVER

    The Remote I/O Receiver module (Figure 53) is the in

    Remote l/O station. It is physically located in the first racmost slot since the Remote I/O Receiver does not requi

    adjacent to the leftmost slot).

    A Remote l/O Receiver connected to a Remote I/O Drive

    Local I/O station) through a two twisted pair cable can b

    Remote I/O station is to be through a communications

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    Input/Output System

    Circuitry on this module converts output data from serial

    lel to a serial format. The Remote I/O Receiver also isolat

    and provides error checking circuitry. If more than one

    additional racks are daisy chained to the Remote I/O Re

    Connectors

    A Remote I/O Receiver has two edge mounted D-type co

    to a Remote I/O Driver at the opposite end of the seria

    cable or to a modem located no more than 50 feet (I 5

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    Input/Output System

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    Input/Output System

    Option Jumpers

    There are several circuit board jumpers on this module

    signal termination. Jumpers are factory set prior to shipto which it is to be connected. Table 33 lists the facto

    I/O Receiver options.

    Options Factory Setting

    Baud Rate I 57 6 Kb

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    Input/Output System

    LOCAL I/O STATION

    A Local I/O station can have up to 10 l/O racks daisy

    than 50 feet of cable can separate the first and last ra

    linked to a Model 60 CPU, a CPU I/O station or anothe

    terface is from an I/O Transmitter module to an I/O R

    located a maximum of 500 feet from the I/O Transmit

    can be a maximum of 2000 feet (four I/O Transmitter

    I/O module in the CPU station.

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    General Description of theInput/Output System

    Series Six

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    Input/Output System

    REMOTE I/O STATION

    A Remote I/O station (see figure 56) consists of I/O rack

    I/O bus. A combination of I/O modules with a total of

    and 248 outputs (jumper selectable) can be used in a

    Remote I/O station daisy chain can be separated by no

    In addition to the racks on the daisy chain an I/O Tran

    can be the first in a link of l/O Transmitters connecting

    ter can be connected to the first rack in a group of rac

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    General Description of the Series SixI t/O t t S t

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    Input/Output System

    AUXILIARY I/O SYSTEM

    The Auxiliary I/O system is available only with the Mode

    ary I/O module, an l/O system identical to the main l/O

    ture of the Auxiliary I/O system allows the Model 600

    1000 outputs. The total I/O capacity of the Model 60

    inputs and 2000 outputs.

    All information pertaining to use of Input and Output m

    tance allowed between racks and stations is applicable

    General Description of the Series Six

    P D l T i l

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    Program Development Terminal

    D

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    ENCLOSURE

    The enclosure for the Program Development Terminal

    durability. Dimensions of the unit with the keyboard clo

    546.1 x 419.1 mm). The unit weighs 57 pounds (26kg)

    as an aid to transporting the unit. See Figure 58.

    General Description of the Series SixP D l t T i l

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    Program Development Terminal

    Extended

    Mnemonic Group

    (Dark Brown)

    Relay Group

    (Dark Brown)

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    Program Development Terminal

    CABLE STORAGE

    A storage compartment is provided to secure all cables

    cable wraps are provided to allow the AC power and PD

    panel folds up to enclose the cables for transporting an

    a panel with connectors for external devices (e.g. pri

    monitor), a fuse and a CRT brightness control.

    CRT DISPLAY

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    Program Development Terminal

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    Program Development Terminal

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    Program Development Terminal

    KEYSWITCH

    A three position, key-operated switch (key removable

    modes: Monitor, On-Line, and Off-Line. In the Monitor

    read data from the CPU but cannot write data to it. All ta

    Scratch Pad memory are updated automatically to reflect

    The On-Line mode allows the user to read data from

    tables, register memory, and Scratch Pad memory are u

    CPU In the On Line mode certain single word changes ca

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    System Configuration

    CO

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    System Configuration

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    HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

    A system consists of a CPU rack and I/O racks each c

    requiring a Model 600 CPU or a Model 6000 CPU, the I/or racks, The Model 60, if no more than 192 I/O points a

    rack. The proper length cables for interconnection of C

    be determined and be available for initial system chec

    available for interconnection o n the parallel I/O bus in s

    150 meters). Remote I/O requires a cable with two t

    10 000 feet (3Km) and is normally user supplied If co

    General Description of the Series Six

    System Configuration

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    INITIAL SYSTEM CHECKOUT

    It is recommended that an initial basic system checkou

    mounted, cables run and wiring of external devices toitems to be checked is intended as a guide to the user.

    Visual

    Verify that all racks, modules and cables conform

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    Connect the Program Development Terminal to AC power plug to either 1 l5V AC or 230V AC a

    Refer to the Series Six Programming Manual, GEK

    If all of the above checks are completed satisfactorily

    modules wired to their respective input and output devic

    If any problems are encountered during any of the abo

    the Programmable Control Service Center at (804) 9

    Service representative will take the proper course of act

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    I/O RACK-TO-l/O RACK CONFIGURATION

    If I/O racks are to be daisy chained on the parallel com

    be on a daisy chain. Interconnect each rack from the

    next rack downstream. A maximum total cable length

    on the daisy chain. See Figure 63.

    The last I/O Receiver module in a daisy chain must hav

    Refer to the Installation Chapter in this manual for ins

    General Description of the Series Six

    System Configuration

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    from previousI/O Rack or CPU

    I / ORack

    I I/OReceiverModule

    * I/

    l-6QO-

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    General Description of the Series SixData Processor

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    DAT

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    Data Processor

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    Data Control

    The Data Control Module contains an 8086 microproce

    mary function is to perform data processing functions Data Processor physically connects to the CPU through

    of the l/O Control module in the CPU to either of the co

    distance should not exceed 25 feet (7.5 meters).

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    Data Prom

    The Data Prom module contains firmware used for coware instructions are a set of software (program) instruc

    See Figure 67.

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    Data Serial Port

    The Dual Serial Port module provides two serial com

    to a Data Processor. This module supports RS-232C a

    tion and operator interface. A selectable baud rate of

    is configured by a jumper strap. A system must use at l

    eight of these modules, thereby allowing a system a tot

    General Description of the Series SixData Processor

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    PROGRAMS

    Programs supplied with the Data Processor are brie

    available in the future.

    Message Generator

    This program allows the Data Processor to store up

    Each message can be up to 8000 characters long and

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    Rack and CPU Module Installation

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    R

    IN

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    Data Processor racks are shipped with only the powe

    aged the same as a CPU rack. Each of the DPU

    package. All of the individual packages are then pla

    The Program Development Terminal is enclosed b

    The back of the Program Development Terminal is

    folded to its bottom position, and the top cap is

    The foam package is then inserted in a shipping

    for Series Six Programmable Controllers is include

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    EXTRACTION/INSERTION TOOL

    The printed circuit board extraction/insertion tool (board

    with your Series Six CPU should always be used whethe CPU require an insertion force of about 50 Ibs. (22.6

    (11.34 Kg). Use of the extraction/insertion tool should a

    which could be caused by hand insertion or removal.

    tool.

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    NOTE

    Power to a rack should be turned off b

    printed circuit board.

    REMOVING A PRINTED-CIRCUIT BOARD

    Insert the board puller studs into the printed-circuit bthat the board puller surface is flat against the pr

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    A hex head screw is mounted adjacent to each bottom

    front of the rack. Remove this screw, put it through the e

    into its mounting hole. Loop the wire so that it will no

    board into its cardguide. Tighten the screw securely to

    faceplate and the rack.

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    NOTE

    Some of the printed-circuit board names

    from the module designation imprinted possibility of placing a printed-circuit boa

    following cross reference list.

    FACEPLATE AND BOARD CATALOG NU

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    Relatively small amounts of excess cha

    trostatic fields in metal-oxide-semicon

    their gate structure. When the board c

    the circuit boards under conditions

    electricity. Failure to observe this CAUT

    of the CMOS RAM devices in this modu

    Installation

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    When installing a Logic Memory module, position the si(towards the CPU power supply). Figure 10 shows pro

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    INTERNAL MEMORY MODULE

    The Logic Memory location switches which tell the CPU

    or 6000) should be programmed before the Internal Mem

    Position the module in front of you so that the Logic M

    See Figure 11 for an illustration of the switches.

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    Note that there are 4 rows of switches, which have 2 DIP

    gles or positions per switch for a total of 16 toggles per r

    The right row of switches control logic Memory slot A, slot B, the next row controls slot C, and the left row cont

    Each toggle in each row of switches turns on a 2K inc

    increment of memory is activated (turned on) when

    position.

    Installation

    Rack and CPU Mo du le Installation

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    Connect the grounding wire attached to the faceplate to

    to the rack with the quarter-turn thumbscrews by pushing

    NOTE

    Ensure that the proper faceplate is i

    module, , Incorrect placement may cause

    REGISTER MEMORY MODULE

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    I/O CONTROL MODULE

    The I/O Control module contains three labeled jump

    options. These jumpers are located on the lower right o

    (with component side towards you and LEDs and conne

    The jumper configuration and definitions are indicated i

    move the jumper plug to the correct pins. Jumpers sho

    for a particular application.

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    COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL MODULE

    The Communications Control module is to be installed

    trol module.

    There are jumpers on the board which should be config

    The jumpers and their functions are listed in the followin

    Jumper Option

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    Jumper

    28-29

    out

    134.5 I I n

    150I

    I n

    300 I out

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    J u m p e r

    49

    55

    59

    63

    66

    Option

    Odd Parity

    No Parity

    RS-232C

    Operation

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    CPU POWER SUPPLY

    The CPU power supply has 2 terminal boards located

    protective cover and make the following connections.

    terminal boards and their connections.

    A i l i B t t

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    Connect the alarm relay contacts to external aconfiguration. (Optional)

    0 Connect the + and - Auxiliary Battery contacts to aThis is an option that will provide a back-up to t

    memory module.

    If a memory auxiliary battery is used

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    I/O SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

    InstallationThe I/O Rack

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    o-7

    o-8

    Installation

    The I/O Rack

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    I/O POWER SUPPLY

    The l/O power supply is shipped from the factory installe

    the standard I/O rack or 5V DC at 16.5A, + 12V DC at 1.5

    I/O rack.

    There is one terminal board located on the lower part

    plate and make the following connections. Refer to Fig

    board and its connections.

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    After completing the above connections the protective co

    Ensure that the protective cover is ins

    During normal operation either 115V A

    cover protects against accidental shor

    cause damage to the machine or injury

    personnel

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    If an I/O Receiver should be removed from the last rack

    the module must be reconfigured to continue the I/O c

    tions described above.

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    Th t t I/O R i b

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    The top connector on an I/O Receiver can be connec

    configuration. Possible connections are:

    I/O Control module in a CPU rack. Next upstream I/O rack in a daisy chain of racks. An l/O Transmitter in a model 60 CPU I/O slot, a

    l/O station.

    The lower connector connects to the next rack downst

    daisy chain of I/O racks

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    Baud

    Rate

    57.6K19.2K

    9600

    2400

    1200

    300

    21

    21-2221-22

    21-22

    21-22

    20-21

    20-21

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    Baud

    Rate 23 I

    57.6K 22~2319.2K 23 -24

    9600 22-23

    2400 23 -24

    1200 22-23

    300 23-24

    InstallationThe I/O Rack

    Wh th ti j h b l fi

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    When the option jumpers have been properly configu

    cable or an RS-232 modem link, the Remote I/O Recei

    printed circuit board using the extraction/insertion too

    to the rack, then install the faceplate by placing it in p

    thumbscrews clockwise.

    If direct connection to the Remote I/O Driver is to be t

    up to 10,000 feet (3Km), the end of this cable at the Re

    connector. If connection is to be through an RS-232

    t ) i l th h ld b t d f th t

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    InstallationThe I/O Rack

    The following data is provided as an aid when buildin

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    e o o g da a s p o ded as a a d e bu d

    Remote I/O system.

    Remote I/O

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    InstallationThe I/O Rack

    I/O MODULE LOAD

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    I/O MODULE LOAD

    Two I/O racks are available, the difference being the lo

    ty of the power supply is the internal load placed on it

    load. The power supply in a standard I/O rack can suthe high capacity I/O rack can supply 275 units of load

    mined by installation of modules in the racks in a com

    the power supply in a rack. Table 13 lists the I/O load

    The power supply in a Model 60 CPU rack allows up to

    The I/O Rack

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    MODULE

    12V AC/DC Input

    24-48V AC/DC Input115V AC/DC Input

    230V AC/DC Input

    12V DC Sink Output

    24V DC Sink Output

    NO. OF C

    8

    88

    8

    8

    8

    Installation

    The I/O Rack

    The following 2 examples show combinations of modu

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    The following 2 examples show combinations of modu

    slots.

    Example 1

    Standard l/O Rack (100 Units of Load)

    Q tit M d l

    Unit of Lo

    P M d

    Installation

    I/O Module Wiring

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    Wiring to field devices should be routed through the tra

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    Wiring to field devices should be routed through the tra

    the wiring to the appropriate module, and fan the ind

    insert the wires into the box lugs on the terminal asse

    connection. The lugs will accept one No. 12 AWG wir

    conform to UL standard 230 C.

    The following wiring instructions can be used for these

    M d l Catalo

    Installation

    I/O Module Wiring

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    c

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    When using the lo-50V mode, a closed switch turns it

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    g ,

    the input Off.

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    Installation

    I/O Module Wiring

    NOT

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    The Analog Input module will function

    with CPUs with the following serial nu

    Model 60 CPU: Cl 88-8135-0130,

    Model 600 CPU: (X88-81 38-010

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    The DiP switch on the backplane is ignored by the Interrhardwired on the circuit board In the main I/O chai

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    hardwired on the circuit board. In the main I/O chai

    II OOI-11008), correspond to subroutines l-8 in the user input numbers l-8 (l/O points Al 1001 -Al 1008) correspo

    Before installing the module, the eight blue jumper plugs o

    be configured to respond to either rising edge transition

    jumper locations has three pins. For rising edge transitio

    pin to the N pin. For falling edge transitions, connect th

    Input response to rising or falling edge transitions can

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    For typical user connections to an Interrupt lnput modul

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    In addition to setting the DIP switches for I/O point sele

    fi ti DIP it h t b t t f ith t

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    configuration DIP switch must be set to conform with t

    a guide to configuration of the various board options.

    Table 14 is for selection of the format for data transfesigned magnitude or 2s complement.

    Data Format

    Signed Magnitude

    Installation

    I/O Module Wiring

    Table 17 lists the DIP switch settings for module type c

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    DIPsb?&Jl PnsOPTION

    12 3 4

    Type J T/C ON ON ON ON

    Type K T/C OFF ON ON OFF

    Type S T/C ON OFF ON ON

    Type T T/C OFF OFF ON OFF

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    Figure 34 identifies the location of the jumpers and DIP

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    AC OUTPUT MODULE

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    The discrete 8-point AC Output module is available in tw

    I Module II 115VAC I230V AC

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    0I---

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    Install the circuit board using the extraction/insertion tool.

    th f l t th i it b d th t th t i

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    the faceplate over the circuit board so that the termina

    mated. Secure the faceplate to the rack by pushing in

    them clockwise.

    Wiring to devices to be controlled should be routed from

    rack, into the wiring tray and to the output module. The

    terminals. insert the wires into their respective box lug te

    contact. Each box lug will accept one No. 12 AWG or two

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    l Connect one side of the load to be controlled to one

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    l Connect the other side of each load connected to te

    ed to the Neutral # 1 [N I) terminal.l Connect the other side of each load connected to te

    ed to the Neutral #2 (N2) terminal.

    l Connect a user power source between the High #I (

    Installation

    I/O Module Wiring

    Terminals for connecting loads to be controlled by this

    has an output number (01 through 06) and a correspon

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    has an output number (01 through 06) and a correspon

    an Isolated AC Output module showing the terminal arr

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    Install the circuit board using the extraction/insertion tool. W

    the faceplate over the board, ensuring that the termin

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    the faceplate over the board, ensuring that the termin

    mated. Secure the faceplate to the rack by pushing in

    them clockwise.

    Refer to Figure 39 for typical user connections to this

    Each box lug terminal can accommodate one No. 12 AWG

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    l Connect the high side of the user power source to

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    l Connect one side of the load to be controlled to th

    l

    Connect the other side of the load to the low side

    After completing field wiring to the module, install the

    the top of the terminal block and sliding it down over

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    Installation

    I/O Module Wiring

    Install the circuit board using the extraction/insertion too

    the faceplate over the board ensuring that the term

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    the faceplate over the board, ensuring that the term

    mated. Secure the faceplate to the rack by pushing

    them clockwise.

    When wiring the 12V, 24V, and 48V DC sink and sour

    to the high side of the user DC power source and the

    When using a sink module, current must flow through t

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

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    HI

    2

    1L t

    I [L

    L

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    In addition to setting the DIP switches, a circuit board ju

    in either the Inverting or Non-Inverting state should be se

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    this jumpe!r.

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    A jumper on the printed circuit board must be configure

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    A jumper on the printed circuit board must be configure

    lf the internal loop supply is used to power the outputs,

    to Figure 47, item 2). If a common external source that

    mA is used, the jumper should be connected between pcant voltage drop across the output device; i.e. betwee

    source.

    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    Install the printed circuit board by using the extraction/

    the faceplate to the rack. With the board in place in the

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    over the circuit board so that proper contact is made be

    An Analog Output module has four channels. Refer to

    the Analog Output modules.

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    NOTE

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    The Analog Output module will functio

    CPUs with the following serial numbers

    Model 60 CPU: Cl 88-8135-0130, a

    Model 600 CPU: Cl 88-8138-0100,

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    InstallationI/O Module Wiring

    One of the circuit board jumpers is set to select the

    normally-open (N.O.) or normally-closed (N.C.) contacts.

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    series with the RC protection circuit for each output. W

    moved which allows operation with low level analog a

    is not a factor during normal operation.

    Install the printed circuit board by using the extraction

    the faceplate to the rack. With the board in place in th

    over the circuit board so that proper contact is made be

    lnstallation

    I/O Module Wiring

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    s2R 2s3

    Installation

    Program Terminal

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    DE

    InstallationProgram Development Terminal

    Unwrap the Program Development Terminal to CPU

    area.

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    Plug the 3-prong (grounding) line cord into a 115V

    and CPU should be connected to an AC source p

    if the PDT is connected directly to the CPU.

    Connect the 12 foot interface cable to the top con

    Tighten the mounting screws on the connector to e

    Troubleshooting and RepairIntroduction

    IN

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    IN

    This chapter provides the data required for basic trou

    Troubleshooting and RepairIntroduction

    PROGRAMMABLE CONTROL SERVICE CENTER

    The Programmable Control Service Center is staffed

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    The Programmable Control Service Center is staffed

    Service Personnel. The Service Center is available to

    solving equipment problems.

    Troubleshooting and RepairIntroduction

    TROUBLESHOOTING

    The maintenance and troubleshooting section of this man

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    The maintenance and troubleshooting section of this man

    any problems that may arise in your Series Six system. It

    gramming personnel read this manual thoroughly so that

    ly and the defective part replaced, thus minimizing downt

    However, we realize that troubleshooting isnt always tha

    to who can answer your questions. When you do, please

    S i t 1 800 GEFANUC

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

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    D

    TROUB

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    02To check the fuse and connections to the PDT open

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    To check the fuse and connections to the PDT open

    Figure 1 for location of these items.

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    03If the malfunction is isolated to the PDT proceed as foll

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    p

    ? Remove tk le top cover from the PDT to gain acccomponen ts is shown below.

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    l Check power supply voltages at the terminal boar

    the specified range.

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    Voltage

    +5V DC +4

    +12VDC +

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    TO change the PDT power supply, use the following pro

    Remove AC power to the PDT by unplugging the line

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    y gg g

    Set the PDT on a table with the display screen facin

    and remove 2 screws holding the bottom of the pow

    Remove 2 screws holding the top of the power su

    moved from the PDT and set on the table with wirin

    Troubleshooting and Repair

    Program Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    The following adjustments are made on the video mon

    adjustment controls are clearly marked on the board (Fig

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    VI 3105 VI 3104F O C U S S U B - B R I G H

    \ I

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    0 Sub-BrightnessThe brightness can be controlled by adjusting VR10

    inside of the cable storage compartment) to its cent

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    g p )

    ground raster is barely visable. Back off VRI 04 untito some extent as the brightness control is adjus

    conditions.

    Focus

    The focus control (VR105) allows adjustment for

    f l h ld b dj d id h d i

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    05If the problem still persists after making the above che

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    If the problem still persists after making the above che

    type of malfunction encountered. Refer to the following t

    PROBLEM

    NO DISPLAY OR

    DISTORTED DtSPLAY

    PROCEDURE

    1. Adjust CRT controls

    2. Turn PDT keyswitch

    seconds and power

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    PROBLEM

    EXTERNAL TAPE

    PROCEDURE

    1 Ch k f t l

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    EXTERNAL TAPE

    LOADER DOES NOT

    OPERATE

    1. Check front panel s

    STR LlNK IIA

    l Baud rate: 300,60

    *Reco

    lStop bit: 1

    l l/O Select: RS232

    l Mode Select: Half

    Troubleshooting and RepairProgram Development Terminal Troubleshooting

    PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

    The preventive care and maintenance of the STR LlN

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    p

    easily accomplished procedures that enhance the pe

    trouble-free operation.

    l After every 8 hours of operation, clean the read/writ

    Use cotton swabs to clean and dry the heads, takother foreign objects.

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    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    MODULE

    NORMAL

    INDICATOR CONDITION DEFIN

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    MODULE

    Power

    SUPPlYI/O

    Control

    INDICATOR CONDITION

    POWER ON

    CHAIN O.K. ON

    DEFIN

    Power

    All I/O

    good

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    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    01

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    CPU RUN/STOP KEY

    Position I DEFINITION

    STOP I CPU is unconditionally in th

    RUN CPU is in the RUN mode u

    mands from the Program

    03Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    P o e r

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    P o w e r

    Light

    Status

    ON

    CPU Power Supply

    DEFINITION

    The voltage levels of a

    the specified tolerance

    Troubieshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    Voltage Rang

    +5V DC +4 7

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    +5V DC +4.7

    I +12VDC I +11

    I -12VDC I - 11.

    If any of the voltages are out of tolerance re

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    t 1 1 -emo;;q&otect. CPAXBoard

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    u-lCPURylc$stOp Board?? P2

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    04

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    CHAIN OK

    Light

    Status

    ON

    I/O Control Module

    Auxiliary I /O Module

    Definition

    Continuity, output data

    stations in the primary a

    Troubleshooting and Repair

    Central Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    05

    PARITY I/O Control Module

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    PARITY

    II/O Control Module

    Light Auxiliary I/O Module

    I Status I DefinitionON I Input data parity is good

    OFF Input data parity error ex

    Troubleshooting and Repair

    Central Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    06

    ENABLED l/O Control Module

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    ENABLED

    Light

    Status

    ON

    OF F

    l/O Control Module

    Auxiliary I/O Module

    Definition

    Outputs are enabled. CPU

    Outputs are disabled. C

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    -~~ ~ ~~Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    09

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    RUN

    Light

    Status

    ON

    Arithmetic Control Mod

    Definition

    CPU execution sequen

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    010

    PARITY

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    PARITY

    Light

    Status

    ON

    OFF

    Internal Memory Module

    Definition

    Logic Memory parity is go

    Logic Memory parity error

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    011PARITY

    Light Register Memory Module

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    Light Register Memory Module

    Status Definition

    ON Table Memory parity is go

    OFF Table Memory parity erro

    off. Alarm No. 1 relay s

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    Corrective Action

    l Turn off power to the CPU.

    l Remove the faceplate from the approp

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    l Remove the faceplate from the approp

    l Remove the memory board using the

    l

    Remove the top board cover (compothat hold the cover on, while pulling up

    l If the light was flashing, install the n

    follows.

    1 Do not disconnect the battery bu

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    BATTERYMOUNT I NG

    CLIPS

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    1 The CPU will not communicate with the PDT.I Check the cable connector from the PDT to

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    Insure that the PDT will work with another

    Reset the l/O Control board, Arithmetic Co

    If reseating does not solve the problem, r

    order given above.

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    ALARM RELAY

    The CPU can be monitored at a location remote from th

    light etc ) to the alarm relay output terminals on the C

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    light, etc.) to the alarm relay output terminals on the C

    power supply terminal board are shown below in Figure 7

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    Alarm relay outputs are rated at 115V AC or 28V DC,

    Alarm No. 1 is switched by hard failures, the CPU statu

    off.

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    Alarm No. 2 is switched by a soft failure, error indicati

    to STOP.

    Alarm conditions are listed in the table shown

    alarm conditions

    Troubleshooting and RepairCentral Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    CPU RENEWAL PARTS LIST

    A list of the replaceable parts in the Central Processing Un

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    CATALOG MODULE 6

    NUMBER NAME 0

    IC6OOCB500A Arithmetic Control x x

    Troubleshooting and Repair

    Central Processing Unit Troubleshooting

    CPU RENEWAL PARTS LIST

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    CATALOG MODULE 6

    NUMBER NAME 0

    IC6OOCB5 13A Auxiliary I /O Control

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    Troubleshooting and RepairI/O System Troubleshooting

    I/O INDICATOR CHART

    Table 5 is an indicator chart that gives a quick referenc

    modules.

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    MODULE INDICATOR STATUS D

    P o w e r POWER ON P

    Troubleshooting and Repair

    I/O System Troubleshooting

    MODULE INDICATOR STATUS

    Reed Relay 1 through 6 ON

    output

    D

    R

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    output

    OFF

    Interrupt 1 through 8 ON

    Input

    Thermocouple BOARD ON

    R

    C

    M

    Troubleshooting and Repair

    I/O System Troubleshooting

    MODULE INDICATOR

    LOCAL

    OK

    STATUS

    ON

    D

    M

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    Remote

    I/O

    Driver

    OK

    LINK

    OK

    OFF

    ON

    F

    C

    R

    Troubleshooting and Repair

    I/O System Troubleshooting

    MODULE INDICATOR

    LOCAL

    OK

    STATUS

    ON

    DE

    Mo

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    Remote

    I/O

    Receiver

    OK

    OFF Co

    ce

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    Troubleshooting and RepairI/O System Troubleshooting

    From CPU

    i R k

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    previous ;/O Rackh)Parallel Bus Two Twisted Pair SerE-Pair_I_C

    Twisted Cable Cable from Mo

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    I/O System Troubleshooting

    cl9REMOTE

    OK

    Remote I/O Driver

    Remote I/O Receiver

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    OK

    Light

    Remote I/O Receiver

    Status

    ON

    Definition

    Remote Driver: Valid I/

    Troubleshooting and Repair