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The 1785-ME32 is an industrial product manufactured by Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation. It belongs to the Allen-Bradley 1785 memory module series and it can be used as a program backup module. The Allen-Bradley 1785-ME32 is compatible with PLC-5 1785 enhanced program controllers and requires the 6200 PLC-5 controller software, version 4.4 or later. The EEPROM features an expansion port for the control coprocessor. The 1785-ME32 EEPROM module weighs 70.875 grams or 2.5 ounces. The storage capacity of this memory module is 32K words. Because of its use as a program backup module, the 1785-ME32 offers a user-modifiable ROM, allowing users to erase or reprogram the ROM by supplying with a voltage that is higher than normal. The EEPROM module has a write protection jumper attached to it. The jumper should be removed with the help of needle-nose pliers, once the program is written to the module. The 1785-ME32 EEPROM memory module has been certified by Underwriter Laboratories and the Canadian Standards Association and it meets the European Union Directive for Electromagnetic Compatibility. The EEPROM module has an electrostatic discharge immunity of 6-kilovolt contact discharges and 8-kilovolt air discharge.
The Allen-Bradley 1785-ME32 has an operating temperature range; 0 degrees Celsius to 60 degrees Celsius, and its non-operating temperature lies in the range of -40 degrees Celsius to 85 degrees Celsius. The high operating temperature of the 1785-ME32 signifies that the memory module should not be touched or removed until the power supply to the processor and I/O chassis is turned off. The operating shock rating of the 1785-ME32 is 30 grams for 11 milliseconds, while its non-operating shock is 50 grams for 11 milliseconds. The 1785-ME32 is installed in the 1785 I/O processor which is attached to the backplane I/O chassis. To install the memory module, first remove the processor from the I/O chassis carefully. Insert the 1785-ME32 memory module into the processor, making sure that the keying pin is in a downward position. Push the memory module firmly enough so that its connector pins snap together with the I/O processor’s mating connector. Now, insert the processor back into the I/O chassis and latch it.
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