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The GE Fanuc IC693ACC300 is an Input Simulator module for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller. This module has 16 two-position switches, which are located on the front of the module.  The user is able to program each switch as a discrete input device. They may also use the IC693ACC300 to simulate other 8 point or 16 point input modules. To configure the ACC300 module, locate the switch at the rear of the unit. This enables configuration for 8 points or 16, as per the needs of the user application. No field connections are required by this module.

As the input simulator can be used as a substitute for actual inputs, it proves to be a very valuable component, especially when developing programs or troubleshooting. The simulator can be used as an input while the user works on programs or debugging issues. Furthermore, by leaving it in the system on a permanent basis, the simulator module can supply 8 or 16 conditional input contacts. These can be used by the operator to exercise manual control over the various output devices.

Each switch on the module has a corresponding green LED. This turns on whenever the switch is set to ON. Likewise, the LED turns off if the switch is set to OFF.  Like many similar devices from GE Fanuc, these LEDs are arranged in two separate rows of eight. The top row represents the status of switches A1 through A8 while the bottom row if for switches B1 through B8. The input simulator module is a versatile component that functions in the Series 90-30 PLC system. Users can install the module in any I/O slot of a 5-slot baseplate or a 10-slot baseplate.

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