IC693ALG222E single ended and differential input channel module


The IC693ALG222E input module has a common mode voltage of+/-11 volts within the bipolar range

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Product Description
IC693ALG222E is a 16 channel analog voltage input module suitable for the GE Fanuc 90-30 series. This PLC will provide you with 16 single ended or 8 differential input channels. Analog inputs have easy-to-use configuration software suitable for two input ranges: -10 to+10 and 0 to 10 volts. This module converts analog signals into digital signals. IC693ALG222E receives two input signals: unipolar and bipolar. The unipolar signal range is 0 to+10 V, while the bipolar signal range is -10V to+10V. This module can be installed in any I/O slot in the 90-30 programmable control system. A connector block will be installed on the module for connecting to user devices.

The number of channels in IC693ALG222E can be single ended (1 to 16 channels) or differential (1 to 8 channels). The power requirement for this module is 112mA from the 5V bus, and a 41V power supply from the 24V DC power supply is also required to power the converter. Two LED indicators indicate the status of the user’s power supply and the status of the module. These two LEDs are Module OK and Power Supply OK, respectively. The former displays the status of power on, while the latter checks whether the power supply is above the required minimum level. The IC693ALG222E module can be configured using logic master programming software or through handheld programming. If the user chooses to program the module through handheld programming, they can only edit the active channel, not the active scanning channel. This module uses a% AI data table to record analog signals for use by programmable logic controllers.


technical specifications
Number of channels: 1 to 16 single ended or 1 to 8 differential
Input voltage range: 0 to+10V or -10 to+10V
Calibration: Factory calibration: 2.5mV per count or 5mV per count
Update rate: 6 milliseconds (all 16) or 3 milliseconds (all 8)
Input filter response: 41 Hz or 82 Hz
Energy consumption: 112 mA from the+5VDC bus or 41 mA from the+24 VDC bus

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