IC693APU302 | IC693APU302I

GE-IP | 9030 | GE Fanuc 90-30 GE-IP PLC

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IC693APU302 | IC693APU302I

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  • Manufacturer: GE-IP
  • Description: GE Fanuc Series 90-30 Axis Positioning Module
  • Weight: 1 lbs :: ≈ 1 kgs
  • Warranty: 1 Years
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Product Manual Excerpt

Startup Procedure Follow the procedure below to start up your APM servo system. 1. Connect the motor to the servo amplifier according to the manufacturer’s instructions. 2. Connect the APM Drive Enable Relay and Velocity Command outputs to the servo amplifier. Connect the position feedback device (A Quad B encoder or Linear Transducer) to the APM inputs. Note: If these connections are incorrect or there is slippage in the coupling to the Feedback Device, an Out of Sync error condition can occur when motion is commanded. 3. If Overtravel Limit switches are used (24 Vdc), wire them to the correct APM inputs. Otherwise, the overtravel limits must be disabled using configuration software. If a Home Switch is used (24 Vdc), wire it to the correct APM inputs. the Home Switch must be wired so that it is ALWAYS ON (closed) when the axis is on the negative side of home, and ALWAYS OFF (open) when the axis is on the positive side of home. 4. Before turning on power to the PLC rack or field devices, disconnect the terminal block cable(s) from all APM modules, then repeat the following checks for all APMs. 5. With the terminal block cables disconnected from the APM, verify field wiring. When it is safe to do so, apply power to the field devices for the next four steps. These steps check for common wiring errors that could apply harmful voltages to the APM. All of the readings in these four steps should be zero volts. 6. With the terminal block cables still disconnected from the APM, use a voltmeter to confirm that no voltage exists between terminal 12 (0v) and the following terminal points of the Connector A terminal block: • 4 (analog output) • 17 (analog common) • 8 (+5v encoder power) If any voltages are detected, the wiring must be corrected to avoid damaging the APM. 7. Repeat step 6 above, except this time measuring between terminal 21 (0v) and the following terminal points of the Connector A terminal block: • 4 (analog output) • 17 (analog common) • 8 (+5v encoder power) If any voltages are detected, the wiring must be corrected to avoid damaging the APM. 8. Repeat step 6 above except this time measuring between terminal 12 (0v) and the following terminal points of the Connector B terminal block: • 4 (analog output) • 17 (analog common) • 8 (+5v encoder power) • 9, 10, 22, 23 (CTL Outputs) If any voltages are detected, the wiring must be corrected to avoid damaging the APM. 6 Important Product Information GFK-1317G 9. Repeat step 6 above, except this time measure between terminal 21 (0v) and the following terminal points of the Connector B terminal block: • 4 (analog output) • 17 (analog common) • 8 (+5v encoder power) • 9, 10, 22, 23 (CTL Outputs) If any voltages are detected, the wiring must be corrected to avoid damaging the APM. 10. After the desired results (all readings = 0 volts) are obtained in the previous four steps, turn power off and reconnect the APM cables. Turn on power to the PLC and field devices. 11. Use the configuration software to set the desired user scaling factors and other configurable parameters. Store the configuration to the PLC. 12. Make sure you have a current backup copy of the PLC program (you may wish to store the program to Flash memory if available). Then, clear the program from PLC RAM memory, turn off all APM %Q bits, and place the PLC in RUN mode

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