GE / IP FANUC Series 90/30 In Stock
SKU 2171258 UPC 0445953038746
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The GE Fanuc IC600LX605 unit is a Combined Memory module, which includes the Series Six Plus CPU memory configuration. This includes Internal and Register memory as well as Logic or User memory. The module has six different versions, ranging from 5K to 80K and every version also includes parity memory.
The user programs are stored in the Logic memory. This consists of either mnemonic instructions or ladder diagram logic; sometimes both. The capacity of logic memory differs, with modules of 4K, 8K, 16K, 32K or 64K 16-bit words available.
The IC600LX605 system has a lithium-manganese dioxide battery, located on the circuit board. Should the power to the module stop, the battery will maintain the memory in the device. Its location on the board allows you to check the voltage level of the battery. You can do this by looking through the lens on the faceplate of the unit.
There are two visible LEDs marked 'Battery' and 'Parity.' With the Battery LED, a steady light indicates there is enough charge in the battery to preserve the memory contents of the module. The light will flash when it is low and an alarm will sound. Battery failure will occur 30 days after the LED begins flashing.
If the 'Parity' LED turns off, there is a parity error due to access of one of the other memory sections. This will cause the CPU to stop working. An error message will appear on the Workmaster Computer display. You can install the Combined Memory module next to the Arithmetic Control module. There is a card slot for this in the CPU rack. Use an extraction or insertion tool when doing this and remember to secure the faceplate to the CPU rack by using screws at the top and bottom.
Once the lithium battery is dead, you should not try to recharge it or place a short circuit at the ends. Dispose of it safely. Attempting to recharge the battery or disposing of it in fire or water could be dangerous.
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