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Product Description


The IC693DNM200 module is a GE Fanuc device net master module of the 90-30 series. It has a rated voltage of 12-24VDC positive logic with an ON-state voltage drop of 0.3 V DC. The ON and OFF response times are 0.5ms maximum. Furthermore, the master module comes with 32 output points organized in groups of four with each group having 8 points. It has an inrush current of 5.4 Amps for 10ms and an output current is 0.5 Amps per point with a 4Amps current per group and 3 Amps maximum per group common pin. It exchanges I/O messages and custom explicit messages with up to 63 other devices on the network. On DeviceNet networks that include a higher-level host computer, this module's built-in server function can be used for both automatic data transfer and custom explicit messaging with the master.

Technical Information

 

Catalog Numbers

IC693DNM200, IC694DNM200

Description

Master Module for DeviceNet networks

Mounting Location

Series 90-30

 

Series 90-30 main rack: Any slot except slots 0 and 1.

PACSystems RX3i

RX3i main rack: Any slot except slot 0.

 

DeviceNet Master  modules cannot be installed in remote or  expansion  racks.

Environment

Storage temperature: -40°C to 85°C Operating temperature:   0°C  to 60°C

Backplane Current Consumption

450mA at 5VDC (typical)

Data rates

Supports all standard DeviceNet data rates (125K, 250K, and 500K Baud)

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting IC693DNM200

Troubleshooting information is available on IC693DNM200's website page; it also includes a datasheet user-manual and a wiring diagram.  

Repair your IC693DNM200

PDF Supply can repair your IC693DNM200 in 3-5 business days. And PDF Supply stands by all of its repairs with a 1 year customer satisfaction warranty.

 

Configure IC693DNM200 & IC693DNS201 in Remote or Expansion Rack

Description

Configure IC693DNM200 & IC693DNS201 in remote or expansion rack

Resolution

Contrary to GFK-2196, the IC693DNM200 and the IC693DNS201 cannot be configured in a 90-30 Expansion or Remote rack. These modules require that they are installed in the Main rack (CPU Rack).

 

After Cycling Power on DeviceNet Slave, The Slave Stops Communicating with Master

Description

After cycling power on DeviceNet slave, IC693DNM200 (DeviceNet Master) will never communicate with that slave device although that slave was talking to the master before cycling the power.

Resolution

IC693DNM200 has the default value of 2 seconds set for the parameter of "Ack Timeout". With this setting, IC693DNM200 will send a ;"Duplicate MacID Check" message to slaves upon detecting a loss of slave. If no device responds to that message within 2 seconds, IC693DNM200 will assume the slave with that MacID is dead and never attempt to talk to that slave again.

To make the master continue talking to slave after cycling power on slave device, the value of parameter "Ack Timeout" must be changed to 0. This can be done by double clicking on IC693DNM200 in hardware configuration, on "Settings" tab, change the parameter value for "Ack Timeout" from 2000 ms to 0.

 

Xmodem Protocol Must Be Used When Updating Firmware for IC693DNM200 or IC693DNS201

Description

Xmodem protocol must be used when updating firmware for IC693DNM200 or IC693DNS201

Resolution

When using a Terminal Emulator such as Hyperterminal to upgrade the firmware for the IC693DNM200 or the IC693DNS201, the Xmodem protocol must be selected when transferring the file. If the proper protocol is not selected an error may be seeing saying that the update failed and was cancelled by the user.

 

Quick Start

Description

Series 90-30 Devicenet QuickStart.

Resolution

  1. Slot 2: IC693DNS201, Slot 3: IC693DNM200.
  2. Check Wiring and Terminator.
  3. Set DNM200 Mac ID 1, Baud rate 500K. Right Click on this module 'Network Settings', Set Connection1 and Connection 2 to be Disabled. These connection only should be enabled when DNM module working as slave.
  4. Set DNS 201 Mac ID 2, Baud rate 500K. Right Click on this module 'Network Settings', Set Connection 1 'polled', Connection 2 'disabled', therefore there will be only one Connection between DNM and this DNS.
  5. Doubleclick on this DNS module, In 'input Data Area', The Reference address is the local address which will take the value from DNM. In 'output Data Area', The reference address will be value sent to DNM.
  6. Right click DNM module, add Devicenet slave module to DNM, double click the slave module, In 'Data Area',

'Connection 1 Inputs (to master)': The master local reference address is used to store the value from DNS, (from output data Area).

'Connection 1 Outputs (from master)': The master local reference address is used to send the value to DNS (to Input data Area).

 

 

Customer Questions and Answers


  • Question:  What is an IC693DNM200?  Answer:  The IC693DNM200 is a DeviceNet Master Module. This module allows a Series 90-30 system to send and receive I/O data. 
  • Question:  What is the rated voltage for the IC693DNM200?  Answer:  12 through 24 volts DC, positive logic
  • Question:  What is the output voltage range for IC693DNM200?  Answer:  10.2 to 28.8 DC
  • Question:  How many outputs are there in this module?  Answer:  There are 32 outputs in the IC693DNM200. There are 4 groups of 8 outputs each.
  • Question:  What are the off and on response times?  Answer:  0.5 ms maximum for both on and off
  • Question:  What is the output current for IC693DNM200?  Answer:  0.5 amps per point with 4 amps maximum per group and 3 amps maximum per group common pin
  • Question:  What should I do if my IC693DNM200 is not working?  Answer:  Your product may need repair.

For more information on the IC693DNM200 DeviceNet Master Module of the GE 90-30 Series, please see the Datasheet Manual.

 

IC694DNM200

Catalog Suffix

Firmware Version

Boot Firmware Version

EDS File Version (9030master.eds)

 

Date

 

Comments

 

BB

 

1.25

 

1.00

 

1.04

 

Jul. 2011

Label change. No changes to features, performance  or compatibility.

 

AB

 

1.25

 

1.00

 

1.04

 

Jul. 2006

Firmware Version 1.25 corrects  issue with

faults caused by multiple successive COMMREQs.

AA

1.22

1.00

1.04

Aug 2004

 

IC693DNM200

Catalog Suffix

Firmware Version

Boot Firmware Version

EDS File Version (9030master.eds)

 

Date

 

Comments

 

CD

 

1.25

 

1.00

 

1.04

 

Jul. 2011

Label change. No changes to features, performance  or compatibility.

 

BD

 

1.25

 

1.00

 

1.04

 

Jul. 2006

Firmware Version 1.25 corrects  issue with

faults caused by multiple successive COMMREQs.

BC

1.22

1.00

1.04

Nov 2004

 

AB

1.18

1.00

1.04

Dec 2003

 

AA

1.16

1.00

1.04

Aug 2002

 

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