GE / IP FANUC Series 90/30 In Stock
SKU 2177149 UPC 0799705792944
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The GE Fanuc IC693ALG390 is a 2-Channel Analog Voltage Output module. This component is designed for the Series 90-30 Programmable Logic Controller. Each of the two output channels is capable of converting 13 bits of binary (digital) data. This data is converted to analog output, which can then be used by applications as needed. The output range of the Analog Voltage Output module runs from –10 to +10 volts. The isolated +24 VDC power supply from the PLC unit is the primary power source for this output module. The user can provide external power by using the two terminals on the module. By providing a standard supply the outputs can maintain their value, even if the module’s internal supply is lost. Note that ‘Hold Last State’ needs to be selected in this instance. If the user wants to reduce the load on the PLC’s power supply, they must supply voltage to the module.
When the output module’s power supply is in operation, the LED at the top of the unit’s faceplate will be on. Users should take care with the field connections, ensuring to use a quality grade of instrumentation cable, which is both twisted and shielded. This will help to keep noise and capacitive loading to a minimum. This module also utilizes optical isolation. This is used to isolate external noise between the field wiring and the module’s backplane. Like many other components in the Series 90-30 PLC family, this output module is compatible with any I/O slot in baseplates with 5 or 10 slots.
|No. of channels:||2|
|External Supply Voltage Range:||18 to 30 VDC|
|Calibration:||Factory calibrated to 2.5 mV per count|
|Update Rate:||5 msec (both channels)|
|Max Output Load:||5 mA|
|Power Consumption:||120 mA from +24 V backplane or user supply|
Voltage Range -10 to +10 volts
Calibration Factory calibrated to 2.5 mV per count
Supply Voltage (nominal) +24 VDC from isolated +24 VDC on backplane or user supplied source
and +5 VDC from backplane
External Supply Voltage Range 18 to 30 VDC
External Supply Voltage Ripple 10%
Update Rate 5 msec (both channels)
Resolution 2.5 mV (1 LSB=2.5 mV)
Absolute Accuracy t +/- 5 mV
Offset 1 mV maximum
Output Loading (maximum) 5 mA
Output Load Capacitance 2000 pico farads, maximum
Isolation 1500 volts between field side and logic side
Internal Power Consumption 32 mA from +5 volt supply
120 mA from +24 volt supply (isolated backplane or user supply)
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IC693ALG390/220 OK LED To Go ON When Installed In RX3i
To have the OK LED to go solid on RX3i; Same modules work on a 90-30 rack
These modules require +24V DC power over the backplane. The 90-30 power supply does provide isolated 24VDC power to the serial backplane. The RX3i IC695 Power Supplies do not provide Isolated +24V output power over the backplane. Since the RX3i power supplies do not provide the necessary power over the backplane an external source must be connected. You can bring in the external power and connect to the TB1 input terminals beside the RX3i power supply. See attachment.
â— What you will need:
â Calibrated DVM capable of displaying 10VDC +/- 0.1mV.
â IBM PC / Compatible running LM90 or a HHP.
â Resistor - 2K ohm @ 1% tolerance, Capacitor - 2000pF â Non-Conductive Potentiometer adjuster.
1. Power off the 9030 PLC that has the analog card that is in need of calibration.
2. Remove any field wiring.
3. Wire the Resistor and Capacitor across terminals 3 and 5 as shown.
4. Wire the Voltage input and Common leads on the DVM to terminals 3 and 5 on the Analog Card respectively.
5. Power on the DVM and the 9030 PLC. Allow the Analog module a minimum warm-up period of 5 minutes.
6. Hook up the HHP or PC to the 9030 PLC. Go to the assigned reference address of this module in the data tables and set the
output of channel 1 to +Full Scale (7D00H).
7. Verify the accuracy of channel 1 for the following results:
STATE OUTPUT ACTUAL ERROR
+ FS 7D00H + 10.0000 V +/- 5.0 mV
0 V 0000H 0.0000 V +/- 5.0 mV - FS 8300H - 10.0000 V +/- 5.0 mV
FS = Full Scale 8. If channel 1 is out of specifications then set the module at +FS output and then adjust P1 for a reading of +10.0025 V +/- 0.5 mV.
9. If P1 was adjusted then repeat step 7.
10.Power off the 9030 PLC. Remove the resistor, capacitor and DVM connections from the terminals. Connect the resistor, capacitor and DVM to terminals 4 and 6 in the same manner as how they were connected to terminals 3 and 5. 11. Repeat steps 5 through 9 for channel 2 and P2.
Note: It may be necessary to re-calibrate P1 and/or P2 to another target other than +10.0025 V to get step #8 to pass. If so, P1 and/or P2 may be re-adjusted between +9.995 V and +10.005 V, as long as all accuracy and tolerances of step #7 are met.
12. Re-seal P1 and P2 with an anti-static potentiometer sealer.
· For more information on the IC693ALG390 Analog Output Module of the GE 90-30 Series, please see the Datasheet Manual.
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