All 12 I/O Processor inputs are positive logic (source) type.
Transducers using TTL open collector outputs must include a 2000 ohm (maximum) pullup
resistor (to 5V) to guarantee compatibility with the inputs.
Transducers using high voltage open collector (sink) type outputs must have a 1K-ohm
(maximum) pullup resistor to +12V for compatibility with the 10 to 30 volt input range.
Series 90-30 I/O Processor Module User’s Manual - June 1994
TERMINALS FIELD WIRING
Figure 2-8. Typical I/O Processor Module Faceplate Wiring
Configuring the I/O Processor Module
There are two methods for configuring the I/O Processor:
When the I/O Processor module is installed in its selected slot in a Series 90-30 PLC
baseplate, the Hand-held Programmer can be used for on-line configuration.
Off-Line configuration can be accomplished using the Logicmaster 90 Configurator
software and then downloading the new configuration to the PLC when on-line.
Configuration Using the Hand-held Programmer
When the I/O Processor Module is installed, configuration data entered by the user, in
response to the Hand-held Programmer screens, is stored in the configuration memory
area of the PLC. When configuration is complete, the PLC sends this configuration data
to the I/O Processor Module.
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