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Other Available Revisions for the IC693CHS391 IC693CHS391BIC693CHS391CIC693CHS391-CAIC693CHS391DIC693CHS391EIC693CHS391FIC693CHS391HIC693CHS391JIC693CHS391KIC693CHS391LIC693CHS391-LTIC693CHS391MIC693CHS391NIC693CHS391-RR
|Product Type||Expansion Baseplate|
|Number of Slots||10|
|Connector||25-Pin Female Connector|
|Power Supply Module||Supported|
The GE Fanuc IC693CHS391 is an expansion plate with ten slots. This expansion plate is designed with a slot at the left end of the baseplate especially for the power supply. The unique size of this slot ensures it is only compatible with a power supply. The user should ensure that the IC693CHS391 is connected to the CPU in the first slot of its baseplate. The first slot of the baseplate supports the CPU module which is labeled CPU/1. This module is permitted to have only one CPU baseplate per system. If there is more than one baseplate in the system, then another one must be either Remote or Expansion baseplate. The IC693CHS391 consists of many slots of which slot number 2 and the slots above will have a unique size which is used to connect either option modules or I/O modules.
This module is provided with a 25-pin female connector in its right end to connect to the remote or expansion baseplate. Both remote and expansion baseplates should be connected to the system with a CPU. The number of these baseplates supported by a system mainly depends on the type of CPU used. A maximum of four baseplates can be used if the CPUs 341,340 and 331 are used, otherwise a maximum seven baseplates can be used with CPU 350. The system with remote baseplates requires a cable of less than 700 feet whereas the system requires less than 50 feet for expansion and CPU baseplate. Both remote and expansion baseplates are associated with the DIP switch.
|Module Type:||CPU I/O Base|
|Baseplate Option:||Main (with CPU slot)|
|Number of Slots:||10|
|Dimensions:||17.44 x 5.12 x 5.59 in. (W x H x D)|
|Internal Power Used:||420 mA @ 5 VDC|
The GE Fanuc IC693CHS391 baseplate is an expansion baseplate that has been designed and manufactured for installation in the GE Fanuc Series 90-30 PLCs. The IC693CHS391 expansion baseplate can be used to extend a PLC so that it can accommodate more I/O modules and field devices and so that it can handle more applications and specialized large-scale applications. It comes with 10 slots for hosting input and output modules and other devices. The leftmost slot of the IC693CHS391 expansion baseplate contains a power supply module. It has an open enclosure that makes it easy to install or remove but that also makes it vulnerable to things like dust or moisture which may damage it or impair its functioning. This baseplate also comes with a DIP switch.
The GE Fanuc Series 90-30 IC693CHS391 expansion baseplate can be connected to a GE Series 90-30 remote baseplate with its 25-pin female connector that is located on its right side and with a cable that can be up to 700 meters long. The IC693CHS391 expansion baseplate features a special slot just for CPUs, and this baseplate either needs to host a CPU or to be connected to another baseplate in the PLC system that hosts a CPU. Different Series 90-30 CPUs can accommodate different number of expansion baseplates like the IC693CHS391 expansion baseplate. Some Series 90-30 CPUs can accommodate 4 baseplates at a time while others can host up to 7 baseplates at once. The IC693CHS391 expansion baseplate can connect to a computer if it uses a PCI card.
â– A Power Supply module must be plugged into the left slot (which is not numbered) of these baseplates. The left slot is a unique size and type that only supports a Power Supply module.
â– A CPU module (or a special Option module) must be installed in Slot 1 of these baseplates. Slot 1 is a unique size and type that only supports a CPU module or a special Option module like the FIP Remote I/O Scanner (IC693BEM330). Slot 1 is labeled CPU/1.
â– Slots numbered 2 and above are of a unique size and type that only supports I/O or Option modules.
â– Expansion and Remote baseplates are supported, so a 25-pin D-type female expansion connector is located at the right end of the baseplate for connecting to an Expansion or Remote baseplate.
â– Since the CPU is modular, it can be replaced or changed to a different type if additional features are desired.
â– Only one CPU baseplate is allowed per system. If more than one baseplate is used in a system, the additional ones must be either Expansion or Remote types.
â– A modular CPU baseplate is always assigned, by default, Rack Number 0.
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For more information on the IC693CHS391 10-Slot Modular CPU Baseplate of the GE 90-30 Series, please see the Datasheet Manual.
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