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Product Description


The GE Fanuc IC693CPU351 is a CPU module with a single slot. The maximum power utilized by this module is 5V DC supply and the load required is 890 mA from the power supply. This module performs its function with a processing speed of 25 MHz and the type of processor used is 80386EX. Also, this module must operate within the ambient temperature range of 0°C –60 °C. This module is also provided with a built-in user memory of 240K bytes for entering programs into the module. The actual size available for user memory mainly depends on amounts allocated to %AI, %R and %AQ.

The IC693CPU351 utilizes memory storage such as Flash and RAM for storing the data and is compatible with PCM/CCM. It also supports the features like floating point math for the firmware version 9.0 and the later released versions. It contains more than 2000 timers or counters for measuring elapsed time. The IC693CPU351 is also equipped with a battery backup clock. Also, the scan rate achieved by this module is 0.22 m-sec/1K. The IC693CPU351 contains the global memory of 1280 bits and register memory of 9999 words. Also, the memory provided for analog input and output is fixed which is 9999 words. Memory is also allocated for internal and temporary output coil of 4096 bits and 256 bits. The IC693CPU351 consists of three serial ports which support SNP slave and RTU slave.

Technical Specifications


Processor Speed : 25 MHz
I/O Points : 2048
Register Memory : 240KBytes
Floating Point Math:    Yes
32 BIT system  
Processor: 80386EX

 

Technical Information

 

CPU Type

Single slot CPU module

Total Baseplates per System

8 (CPU baseplate + 7 expansion and/or remote)

Load Required from Power Supply

890 milliamps from +5 VDC supply

Processor Speed

25 MegaHertz

Processor Type

80386EX

Typical Scan Rate

0.22 milliseconds per 1K of logic (Boolean contacts)

User Memory (total)

240K (245,760) Bytes.

Note: Actual size of available user program memory depends on the amounts configured for the %R, %AI, and %AQ configurable word memory types described below.

Note: Configurable memory requires firmware version 9.00 or later. Previous firmware versions only supported 80K total of fixed user memory.

Discrete Input Points - %I

2,048

Discrete Output Points - %Q

2,048

Discrete Global Memory - %G

1,280 bits

Internal Coils - %M

4,096 bits

Output (Temporary) Coils - %T

256 bits

System Status References - %S

128 bits (%S, %SA, %SB, %SC - 32 bits each)

Register Memory - %R

Configurable in 128 word increments, from 128 to 16,384 words with DOS programmer, and from 128 to 32,640 words with Windows programmer 2.2, VersaPro 1.0, or Logic Developer-PLC.

Analog Inputs - %AI

Configurable in 128 word increments, from 128 to 8,192 words with DOS programmer, and from 128 to 32,640 words with Windows programmer 2.2, VersaPro 1.0, or Logic Developer-PLC.

Analog Outputs - %AQ

Configurable in 128 word increments, from 128 to 8,192 words with DOS programmer, and from 128 to 32,640 words with Windows programmer 2.2, VersaPro 1.0, or Logic Developer-PLC.

System Registers (for reference table viewing only; cannot be referenced in user logic program)

28 words (%SR)

Timers/Counters

>2,000 (depends on available user memory)

Shift Registers

Yes

Built-in Serial Ports

Three ports.  Supports SNP/SNPX slave (on power supply connector), and RTU slave, SNP, SNPX master/slave, Serial I/O Write (Ports 1 and 2). Requires CMM module for CCM; PCM module for RTU master support.

Communications

LAN – Supports multidrop. Also supports Ethernet, FIP, PROFIBUS, GBC, GCM, and GCM+ option modules.

Override

Yes

Battery Backed Clock

Yes

Interrupt Support

Supports the periodic subroutine feature.

Type of Memory Storage

RAM and Flash

PCM/CCM Compatibility

Yes

Floating Point Math Support

Yes, firmware-based. (Requires firmware 9.00 or later)

 

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting IC693CPU351

Troubleshooting information is available on IC693CPU351's website page; it also includes a datasheet user-manual and a wiring diagram.  

 

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System Battery Discharges Before Use

Description

90-30 System Batteries - Discharging at Customer Site

Resolution

Due to a hardware change to prevent the CPU from arriving at the customer ‘DOA’ due to a partially discharged SuperCap, there is a potential for the customer to see another problem in systems with the new SuperCap management circuitry. This problem will manifest itself when the 90-30 power supply and one of the listed CPUs are installed together in a backplane and the system is not powered up within several days. (Note that this is only a problem with the CPU’s listed below.)

What happens in this case is the SuperCap management circuit detects that the SuperCap voltage is below a preset threshold and turns on a switch to hold the voltage rail going to the "battery backed" memories to ground. When a system battery is then introduced, it starts to drain through this switch at a rate of approximately 2mA. A new 90-30 battery can sustain this discharge rate for a maximum of 20 days before it is completely discharged.

To prevent this premature discharge of the battery, two actions can be taken:

  1. Unplug the battery inside the 90-30 power supply until the system is first ready to be powered as described above. Again, the battery will only be drained at the higher rate if the SuperCap is not fully charged.
  2. Do not install one of the listed CPU’s until the system is ready to be powered up for the first time. The application program does not need to be running at this time; this power-up is solely to charge the SuperCap. If the CPU is powered up for approximately 10-15 minutes, the SuperCap will be charged and the system battery can maintain this SuperCap charge and supply memory retention power to the CPU for the normal expected in-service life of the battery after the power is removed.

Affected 90-30 CPU Models:

Fixed In:

IC693CPU331Z

IC693CPU331-BB and later

IC693CPU331-AA, -AB

IC693CPU331-BB and later

IC693CPU351-EH, -EJ, -EK, -EL, -EM

IC693CPU351-FM and later

IC693CPU352-BA, -BB, -BC, -BD

IC693CPU352-CD and later

 

Using LREAL in ME View To Access PLC

Description

When using an LREAL variable with a PLC Access Driver, it will take the 32 bits starting from the address set in the reference for the variable.

Resolution

For instance, using a Modbus PLC Access Driver set to communicate with address 80001 in a Series 90-30 PLC with an IC693CPU351 configured for an RTU slave, it will access modbus address 40001 (%R00001) and read 32 bits. This can be viewed in the PLC reference tables by changing the format of %R00001 to DWord.

 

Customer Questions and Answers


  • Question:  What is an IC693CPU351?  Answer:  The IC693CPU351 is a single-slot Central Processing Unit (from the GE Fanuc Series 90-30) with 2 built-in serial ports. This unit is the "brains" of the PLC and is where most of the calculations take place.
  • Question:  What's the first thing you should do when testing your IC693CPU351?  Answer:  When you attach the IC693CPU351 to a 5 or 10 slot rack and power it up, you should be checking for an OK light.
  • Question:  What if I do not have an OK light after I have powered it up?  Answer:  If you don't have an OK light, then you won't be able to follow through with the test. The lack of an OK light indicates, right from the start, there is something wrong with your IC693CPU351.
  • Question:  What is this initial test showing?  Answer:  You're basically turning on the configuration and logic in this processor in order to set it to run mode. You want to see that this is a good working processor.
  • Question:  With what software should I test my IC693CPU351?  Answer:  You can test your IC693CPU351 with Proficy Machine Edition. 
  • Question:  What will I need to test my IC693CPU351?  Answer:  All you will need is your IC693CPU351, a 5 or 10 slot rack, and a power supply.
  • Question:  If I think there is a problem with my processor, what should I do?  Answer:  You should, first, make sure that when you turn on the memory on/off protection switch, the RUN light comes on and then let the processor run overnight (or even 2-3 days). This is to check that it's able to sustain itself in run mode. (You want to make sure it doesn't fail or fall out of run mode for any reason.) If it does fail or fall out of run mode, then you can try reading the faults or errors through the Proficy Machine Edition software. It may give you enough information to help you fix the problem.
  • Question:  If I can't figure out how to fix my IC693CPU351, what is my next step?  Answer:  PDF Supply can repair your IC693CPU351 for you. 
  • Question:  Things you should also be testing:  Answer:  You should make sure that both ports are working by plugging into them and making sure the LED lights come on when you do plug into them.

For more information on the IC693CPU351 Central Processing Unit of the GE 90-30 Series, please see the Datasheet Manual. 

 

Rel.

Ver.

Date

IPI

Upgrade Kit

New Features

Problems Resolved

KT

9.11

8-May

GFK-1747G

44A736935-G14

NA

See GFK-1747G

HT

9.11

2-Oct

GFK-1747f

44A736935-G14

NA

A fatal sequence store fault may be generated


GT

9.11

1-Jan

GFK-1747c

44A736935-G14

NA

User Flash Write and Erase Failure


GS

9.1

Jul-99

GFK-1126y

44A736935-G13

 

AI & AQ Above Default Values

Embedded Serial Ports with Rev.9.00 and 9.01 Firmware

Load File of Size 1528 Bytes

C Program with Code Area Greater Than 64K Bytes

 

GR

9.01

Jan-99

GFK-1126xGFK-1126w

44A736935-G12

Break-free SNP

SNP Master mode on CPU Ports

Online Changes to Reference Tables

Read from Flash

 

GP

9

Oct-98

GFK-1126u

44A736935-G11

Software Floating Point

Keyswitch Configured as RUN/STOP Switch

User Memory Totals 240K bytes

Storing IC693CMM321 Configuration with Windows PLC Programming Software

Sequential Event Recorder

RET_PBLOCK_LIST

 

Service Request #7

 

 

GN

8.1

May-98

GFK-1126t

N/A

Demko Agency approval

 


FN

8.1

Dec-97

GFK-1126s

44A736935-G10

C Programming

Loading Default Program with Windows Programming Software

IC693 SFC Programming Supports SFC in Subroutines and Multiple Actions per Step (up to 8)

 

FM

8

Sep-97

GFK-1126r

 

 

Excessive Battery Drain


EM

8

Aug-97

GFK-1126p

 

 

 

EL

8

Apr-97

GFK-1455

 

C Programming

ALT-S Run Mode Store of Periodic Subroutine

Model Number Checks Removed

HHP Write to Flash or EEPROM with MS-DOS Programmer Connected

Generic String Output on CPU Ports

Watchdog Timer Timeout (both ports active)

RTU Slave Protocol

 

Keyswitch Configurable as User Memory Protection Switch

 

 

 

DK, EK

7.01

Feb-97

GFK-1126n

 

 

Required Upgrade for EJ CPUs as they had the Incorrect Bootloader Installed

Watchdog Timer Timeout

 

EJ

7

Jan-97

GFK-1126m

 

 

ALT-S in Stop Mode

HHP Overrides

HHP Coil Use

HHP Subroutines

SHL Word

SFC Timers

 

EH

6.62

Sep-96

GFK-1126l

 

Hardware Changes made to Support Future Versions with Added Functionality

 


DH

6.62

Jul-96

GFK-1126k

 

 

PID With Integral Term (OK LED Off)


DG

6.61

Jun-96

GFK-1126j

 

Bumpless Run Mode Store

Write Datagram

PID Function Block Enhancement

Zeroing Input Data of a Failed Module

 

Storing Folder to EEPROM

 

 

DF

6.52

Mar-96

GFK-1126g

 

Increased Performance for PID Function

Storing a Maximum Size Program Block

The two CPU ports have been enabled. SNP/SNPX Master and Slave Protocols now available on these ports.

PCM Message Traffic

Multiple Backplane and SNP Sessions

Special Register 15

 

Adding Smart Modules

 

Repetitive Fault Reporting

 

Reconfiguring Smart I/O Modules

 

Multiple Channel Connections

 

Update Utility Error Messages

 

Configuring Smart Modules with the HHP

 

Verifying RAM with Flash

 

HHP Display with Heavy Mail Traffic

 

Power Loss During Write to Flash

 

Rack Type Mismatch

 

PLC Software Fault

 

PLC_SHARE_DATA

 

User Program Corruption

 

BITSEQ Funtion Block

 

SFC Reset

 

SNPX Interrupted Message

 

PID Integral Term (Excessive)

 

 

DD

6.04

Jan-96

GFK-1126e

 

C-UL and UL Class I, Div 2 approval

 


CD

6.04

Aug-95

GFK-1126d

 

CE Mark approval

Number of Modules


BC

6.03

Jul-95

GFK-1126c

 

 

PLC Watchdog Timeout

SNPX Power-Cycle Recovery

 

BB

 

May-95

GFK-1126b

 

 

Possible Powerup Diagnostics Problem

PC Loader Error

 

AB

6.02

May-95

GFK-1126a

 

 

PCM Message Traffic

Mail Exchange with Unconfigured Modules

SNP Traffic LED

Fault Table Changed Indication

DOIO

Memory Clear on Firmware Update

Loss of Communication When Updating Protected Flash Memory

Key Protect Message

Configuring a PCM in Expansion Rack

 

 

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