IC693CPU341 | IC693CPU341O

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

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IC693CPU341 | IC693CPU341O

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  • Manufacturer: GE-IP
  • Description: GE Fanuc Series 90-30 Processor 80K Bytes User Memory 10K Registers
  • Weight: 1 lbs :: ≈ 1 kgs
  • Warranty: 1 Years
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Product Manual Excerpt

These entries allow you to define the starting address for each type of I/O data transferred between the PLC and this I/O Processor module during each PLC sweep. Starting addresses must be unique for each module and address overlaps are not allowed by the Configurator. Toggle this entry field to select the type of inputs to be applied to the module. Note This parameter must be set correctly before any of the following parameters are set. Changing this selection causes all others to be set to the default values for the new function. The choices are: Ref Adr Function 3 3-11 GFK-1028 Chapter 3 Configuration ABS-256 ( default ) Encoder 8-bit parallel gray code input (for 0–255 counts) ABS-360 Encoder 9-bit parallel excess 76 gray code (for 0–359 count rollover) ABS-512 Encoder 9-bit parallel gray code (for 0–511 counts) (Note that when ABS-360 or 512 is selected, Input 9 is not available for a strobe Input and faceplate Output 5 is unavailable.) ABS-1024 Encoder 10-bit parallel gray code for 0–1023 counts. (Note that when ABS-1024 is selected, Inputs 9 and 10 are not available for strobe Inputs and faceplate Outputs 5 and 6 are unavailable.) AQUADB Encoder AQUADB input selection (Note that when AQUADB is selected, the remaining selections in this column change. See the next screen for these descriptions.) This parameter allows you to change the count direction (UP or DOWN) without reversing the Absolute Encoder direction of rotation. If the NORM (default) is selected, increasing the count input causes the IOP to register UP counts and decreasing the count input causes the IOP to register DOWN counts. The REV selection produces the opposite effect. Default: NORMAL This parameter allows you to adjust the count input with an offset value to compensate for a rotational offset error in the Encoder coupling. Enter any required count value within the count range. Default: 0 Selects the Input voltage level to be used. If 5 VDC inputs are used, select TTL, otherwise select NON-TTL (for 10–30 VDC inputs). Default: NON-TTL This parameter selects the inputs that control the starting and stopping of Timer 1. The resulting time recorded for Timer 1 is reported in the eleventh %AI word. The selection IN10 causes Timer 1 to report the elapsed time (in milliseconds) from the configured edge of input 10 to the other edge of input 10. The selection IN09-10 causes Timer 1 to report the elapsed time (in milliseconds) from the configured edge of input 10 to the configured edge of input 9. Default: IN10 This parameter selects the inputs that control the starting and stopping of Timer 2. The resulting time recorded for Timer 2 is reported in the twelfth %AI word. The selection IN12 causes Timer 2 to report the elapsed time (in milliseconds) from the configured edge of input 12 to the other edge of input 12. The selection IN11-12 causes Timer 2 to report the elapsed time (in milliseconds) from the configured edge of input 12 to the configured edge of input 11. Default: IN12 This parameter allows you to enter the time base that is used to determine the Counts per Timebase return data (second %AI word). The default is 1000 milliseconds (1 second) resulting in Counts per Timebase return data that indicates input counts per second. Default: 1000 This parameter allows you to select whether Terminal point 9 is to be used for an output or an input. DISABLED defines the point as Input #9 while ENABLED selects it for use as output #5. Default: DISABLED This parameter allows you to select whether Terminal point 10 is to be used for an output or an input. DISABLED defines the point as Input #10 while ENABLED selects it for use as output #6. Default: DISABLED

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