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Product Description


The GE Fanuc IC693CHS398 is a 5-slot expansion baseplate. This unit is designed for use with the GE Series 90-30 module. Like the 10-slot version, (IC693CHS392), there are a few features and guidelines to consider when using this baseplate. First of all, a remote baseplate cannot be a stand-alone unit. Instead, it must be connected to a system that has a CPU. This CPU can be part of a programmable logic controller (PLC) or it can be in a Personal Computer.  However, the PC must have a Personal Computer Interface Card. Secondly, there can be no more than a total of 50 feet of interconnecting cables between the CPU baseplate and expansion baseplates.

The type of CPU in the system will determine the number of remote baseplates that can be used. For CPUs 331, 340, and 341, the most that can be used is 4 remote baseplates. For all CPUs numbered 350 and higher, the maximum number of baseplates is 7. The remote backplane of this system cannot support the following option modules - PCM, CMM, ADC and BEM330. To use these modules, they must be mounted in a CPU baseplate. All other option modules and I/O modules can be mounted in any type of baseplate.

Remote baseplates are the same size as Expansion baseplates. They also use the same type of power supplies and support the same I/O modules and option modules. On every remote baseplate at the right-hand end there is a 25-pin female D-type Expansion connector, which enables connection to other baseplates. Each 5-slot remote baseplate has a Rack Number Selection DIP switch. During installation, it is essential that all expansion modules are connected to a common ground.

Technical Specifications


Module Type: Expansion I/O Base
Baseplate Option: Expansion
Distance: Up to 50 feet
Number of Slots: 5
Dimensions: 10.43 x 5.12 x 5.59 in. (W x H x D)
Internal Power Used: 170 mA @ 5 VDC

 

 

 

Technical Information

Expansion Baseplates 

          There can be no more than a total of 50 feet (15 meters) of cable interconnecting Expansion baseplates and the CPU baseplate.

          An Expansion baseplate cannot stand alone. It must be connected to a system that has a CPU. The CPU can be in a PLC or in a Personal Computer that is equipped with a Personal Computer Interface Card (see Chapter 11).

          Maximum number of Expansion baseplates allowed per system depends on the type of CPU they are used with. For CPUs 331, 340, and 341, the maximum is 4. For CPUs numbered 350 and higher, the maximum is 7.

          Each Expansion baseplate has a 25-pin female D-type I/O Bus Expansion connector mounted at its right end for connection to other baseplates.

          Available  in two versions;  5-slot (IC693CHS398)  and 10-slot (IC693CHS392)

          An Expansion backplane does not support the following intelligent option modules: PCM, ADC, BEM330, and CMM. These modules must be mounted  in a CPU baseplate. All other I/O and option modules can be mounted in any type of rack.

          All Expansion baseplates must be connected to a common ground (see the “Installation” chapter for details).

          Expansion baseplates are the same physical size, use the same type power  supplies, and support the same I/O and option modules as the Remote baseplates.

          Each Expansion baseplate has a Rack Number Selection DIP switch.

 

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting IC693CHS398

Troubleshooting information is available on IC693CHS398's website page; it also includes a datasheet user-manual and a wiring diagram.  

 

Repair your IC693CHS398

PDF Supply can repair your IC693CHS398 in 3-5 business days. And PDF Supply stands by all of its repairs with a 1 year customer satisfaction warranty.

 

Customer Questions and Answers


  • Question:  What is an IC693CHS398?  Answer:  The IC693CHS398 is a 10-slot Expansion Baseplate.
  • Question:  How many feet of cable can there be interconnecting Expansion baseplates and CPU baseplates?  Answer:  There can be NO MORE than a total of 50 feet (15 meters) of cable interconnecting these 2 baseplates.
  • Question:  Can IC693CHS398 stand alone?  Answer:  No, it cannot. It must be connected to a system that has a CPU. The CPU can be in a PLC or in a Personal Computer that is equipped with a Personal Computer Interface Card.
  • Question:  What is the maximum number of Expansion baseplates allowed per system?  Answer:  It depends on with what type of CPU they are used. For CPUs 331, 240, and 341, the maximum is 4. For CPUs 350 and higher, the maximum is 7.
  • Question:  What does IC693CHS398 have at its right end?  Answer:  It has a 25-pin female D-type I/O Bus Expansion connector mounted at its right end for connection to other baseplates.
  • Question:  How many versions of the Expansion baseplate are there?  Answer:  2 versions. 5-slot (IC693CHS398) and 10-slot (IC693CHS392)
  • Question:  What intelligent option modules does IC693CHS398 not support?  Answer:  PCM, ADC, BEM330, and CMM311. These modules must be mounted in a CPU baseplate. All other I/O and option modules can be mounted in any type of rack.
  • Question:  To what must all Expansion baseplates be connected?  Answer:  They must all be connected to a common ground.
  • Question:  With what does IC693CHS398 come?  Answer:  It comes with a Rack Number Selection DIP switch.
  • Question:  How are Expansion baseplates and Remote baseplates similar?  Answer:  Expansion baseplates are the same physical size, use the same type power supplies, and support the same I/O and option modules as the Remote baseplates.
  • Question:  What should I do if my IC693CHS398 is broken or non-functional?  Answer:  We can repair your IC693CHS398 here at PDF Supply. 

For more information on the IC693CHS398 5-Slot Expansion Baseplate of the GE 90-30 Series, please see the Datasheet Manual.

 

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