FANUC I/O Link: IC693BEM320, IC693BEM321
Motion Control: IC693DSM314
All other Series 90-30 modules are not currently supported.
IC694 (blue) Module
The PACSystems RX3i supports the following IC694 modules:
Discrete Output Modules:
Analog I/O Modules: IC694ALG220/221/222/223/390/391/392/442
High Speed Counter: IC694APU300
Motion Control: IC694DSM314
Expansion Backplanes: IC694CHS392/398
Expansion Power Supplies: IC694PWR321/330/331
The PACSystems RX3i supports local and remote Series 90-30 expansion racks.
PACSystems RX3i CPUs do not operate in a Series 90-30 Rack.
Series 90-30 Main
Series 90-30 Main Racks cannot be used in a PACSystems RX3i system.
Series 90-30 CPUs do not operate in PACSystemsRX3i Racks.
In applications that use the IC69xALG220/221/222, consult
PACSystems RX3i Hardware and
, GFK-2314 for details of wiring the 24V power.
Important Product Information
Problems Resolved by this Version
Extra nuisance faults
on “hot swap” of
The extraneous “Reset of, addition of, or extra option module” fault is no longer produced
when an ETM001 is hot-inserted.
Rare unexpected PLC
fault on power up of
In rare instances, an unexpected PLC fault may have occurred during the power up of an
expansion rack. The fault would reference a slot in the expansion rack that contains a
“smart” module. The fault would have been one of:
System configuration mismatch (group = 11)
Option module software failure (group = 16, error code = 1 unsupported board type)
Noncritical CPU software event (group = 140, error code = 121, extra data = 0032 0B0F
This no longer occurs.
are too low
When the operating temperature of the CPU exceeds the normal operating temperature,
system variable #OVR_TMP (%SA8) turns ON and a configurable fault (Fault group 0x18,
error code 0x0001) is reported. A second over-temperature threshold will cause a fatal
error when the CPU has exceeded the critical temperature point just prior to hardware
failure. This is Fault group 0x0D, error code 0x00A8. These thresholds are now set at
C and 63
C respectively, rather than at 55
C and 60
Power supply firmware
The information presented for the power supply in Machine Edition's Device Information
Details window now supplies the version information for the firmware in the power supply,
rather than N/A.
Verify of Initial Values
of FLASH after power-
cycle may fail
In previous releases, a verify FLASH operation of initial values after a power-cycle may
indicate that initial values are not equal. The not equal is a result of non-retentive
variables being cleared during power-up, when compared with the non-zero values stored
in FLASH. PLC operation has been changed to no longer clear non-retentive variables
during power-up when a read from FLASH is performed as part of power-up, therefore
non-retentive variables will have the values read from FL
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