Modicon X80 IO Platform Page 2-6 Racks and power modules

2/6 Presentation, description Modicon X80 I/O platform Multi-rack configuration 1 4 4 3 2 Modicon M580 + expansion rack 1 4 2 4 3 1 Modicon X80 drop + expansion rack 1 4 3 2 Modicon M340 + expansion rack 1 4 Composition of a multi-rack configuration Multi-rack configurations are made up of BM p XBP pp 00 racks (1) . They comprise: b 2 racks maximum for a station with BMXP341000 processor b 4 racks maximum for a station with BMXP3420 ppp or BMXP3420 ppp CL processor b 4 racks maximum for a station with BMEP581020 or BMEP5820 p 0 processor b 8 racks maximum for a station with BMEP5830 p 0 , BMEP5840 p 0 , BMEP585040 , or BMEP586040 processor Each rack is equipped with: 1 A BMXCPS ppppp power supply or two BMXCPS4002 redundant power supplies (2) 2 A BMXXBE1000 rack expansion module. This module, inserted in the right-hand end of the rack ( XBE slot, see page 2/2) does not occupy rack slots 00 11 (4, 6, 8, or 12 slots are still available). 3 The BMXXBE1000 rack expansion modules, which are connected to each other by X-bus cordsets X-bus The racks, distributed on the X-bus, are connected to each other by X-bus extension cordsets 3 with a total length of 30 m/ 98.42 ft maximum. The racks are connected in a daisy chain using BMXXBC pp 0K (3) X-bus extension cordsets connected to the two 9-way SUB-D connectors 7 and 8 on the front panels of the BMXXBE1000 rack expansion modules 2 . Line terminators 4 Both expansion modules at the ends of the daisy chain must have a line terminator 4 TSXTLYEX on the unused 9-way SUB-D connector. Note: The processor module is always positioned in the rack at address 0. However, in an X-bus daisy chain, the order of the racks has no effect on operation. For example, the order of the daisy chain can be 0-1-2-3, 2-0-3-1, or 3-1-2-0, etc. Composition of an expansion backplane configuration The Modicon M580 standalone processor supports 4 to 8 local racks (depending on the CPU performance level), using existing X80 I/O modules and accessories. The Modicon M580 CPU can be installed in the first rack (0) and this can be a dual bus rack. The M580 PLC will support up to 7 BMXXBP pppp PV02 or higher backplanes (racks) of 4, 6, 8, or 12 slots. The main backplane (rack 0) will support the CPU. To extend the configuration using additional racks, users can use a bus extender module ( BMXXBE1000 ) and X-bus cables. The backplane extender should be plugged into the dedicated connector on the right side of the backplane. It does not occupy any module slot. The XBE extender module is not hot-swappable, like the rest of the X80 I/O platform. Each backplane has to include a power supply module and will support up to 12 modules. An expansion rack can be connected to the main backplane and the X80 drop (EIO). The rack address is assigned as follows: b Each rack will be assigned a physical address using 4 microswitches located in the bus extender module b The main rack containing the CPU will be assigned the address 0 b The other racks will be assigned addresses 1 to 7 Each rack is equipped with: 1 A BMXCPS ppppp power supply or two BMXCPS4002 redundant power supplies (2) 2 A BMXXBE1000 rack expansion module. This module, inserted in the right-hand end of the rack (XBE slot) does not occupy rack slots 0011 (4, 6, 8, or 12 slots are still available). 3 The BMXXBE1000 rack expansion modules, which are connected to each other by X-bus cordsets 4 Line terminators: Both expansion modules at the ends of the daisy chain must have a line terminator 4 TSXTLYEX on the unused 9-way SUB-D connector. (1) BMEXBP pppp is only supported on M580 processor based platforms. (2) BMXCPS4002 redundant power supply is only compatible only with the BMEXBP0602 and BMEXBP1002 dual power supply backplane. (3) BMXXBC pp 0K extension cordsets, length 0.8 m/2.62 ft, 1.5 m/4.92 ft, 3 m/9.84 ft, 5 m/16.40 ft, or 12 m/39.37 ft, with angled connectors or TSXCBY p 08K extension cordsets, length 1 m/3.28 ft, 3 m/9.84 ft, 5 m/16.40 ft, 12 m/39.37 ft, 18 m/59.05 ft, or 28 m/91.86 ft, with straight connectors. Compatibility: page 1/6 I/O modules: page 3/2 Communication: page 4/8 Ruggedized modules: page 5/2 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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