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1/35 Description Modicon M580 automation platform Multi-rack configuration Quantum Ethernet I/O migration Modicon M580 processors, level 4 and above ( BMEP584040, BMEP585040, BMEP586040 ), support Quantum I/O using the Quantum Ethernet remote drop adapter 140CRA31200 . The number of remote I/O drops allowed (up to 31) depends on the M580 processor model. The Quantum Ethernet drop is configured with Unity Pro software. Each Quantum I/O can be configured using the X80 I/O model (Device DDT) or Quantum model (State RAM: %I, %IW, %M, %MW) to simplify the reuse of legacy applications. The compatibilities of Quantum I/O in an Ethernet Quantum drop are identical to a Quantum processor based architecture. For more information, please refer to page 1/16. In addition, the Modicon LL984 legacy language is supported by some CPU models (see pages 1/20 and 1/21). Premium X-bus expansion - making migration as simple as possible Modicon M580 CPU supports revamping of an existing Premium installation by replacing the Premium rack 0 (CPU and communication modules) with an M580 rack. It is also possible to associate TSXRKY4EX/6EX/8EX/12EX Premium racks with X80 I/O based on an X-bus rack. Most existing configurations are supported. The number of expansion racks allowed depends on the CPU that is being used: b BMEP581020 , BMEP582020 , BMEP582040 , BMEP585040 , and BMEP586040 CPUs support a main local rack and up to 3 expansion racks. If you are using 4, 6, or 8-slot Premium expansion racks, you may install 2 physical racks at each assigned rack address, allowing up to 6 Premium expansion racks (up to 6 backplanes and 100 m /328.083 ft. between 2 drops). BMEP583020 , BMEP583040 , BMEP584020 , and BMEP584040 CPUs support a main local rack with up to 7 expansion racks. If you are using 4, 6, or 8-slot Premium expansion racks, you may install 2 physical racks at each assigned rack address, allowing up to 14 Premium expansion racks. The maximum number of supported X-bus racks is as follows: b 4 for BMEP581020/20 p 0 b 8 for BMEP58030 p 0/40 p 0 The maximum number of X-bus drops is calculated as follows: Max number = 1 (CPU rack: BMXXBP pp 00 or BMEXBP pp 00 ) + number of TSXRKY4/6/8EX racks + number of TSXRKY12EX racks + number of BMXXBP pp 00 racks Description The front panel of the BMXXBE1000 rack expansion module comprises: 5 Retaining screw for locking the module in its slot (at the far right-hand end of the rack) 6 Display block with 5 LEDs: b RUN LED (green): module in operation b COL LED (red): several racks have the same address, or rack address 0 does not contain the BMEP58 ppp 0 processor module b LEDs 0, 1, 2, and 3 (green): rack address 0, 1, 2, or 3 7 9-way female SUB-D connector, marked X-bus, for the incoming X-bus cordset 3 connected to the upstream rack, or if it is the first rack, for the A/ line terminator included in the TSXTLYEX 4 pack (see page 1/33) 8 9-way female SUB-D connector, marked X-bus, for the outgoing X-bus cordset 3 to the downstream rack, or if it is the last rack, for the /B line terminator included in the TSXTLYEX 4 pack (see page 1/33) On the right-hand side panel A flap for accessing the 3 rack addressing micro-switches: 03 Installation rules for BMXXBP ppp 0 racks: For the rules on how to install racks in enclosures, see our website www.schneider-electric.com. 5 6 7 8 Modicon M580 Modicon X80 expansion rack Premium racks Premium X-bus expansion example X-bus Modicon M580 (Primary PLC) Modicon M580 (Standby PLC) Quantum racks Quantum Ethernet I/O migration Ethernet Fiber optic 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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