IC695CPE310-ABAD installed in the main RX3i controller rack


IC695CPE310-ABAD Specification:
Serial protocol: Modbus RTU slave, SNP slave, serial I/O
Embedded communication: RS-232, RS-485

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Product Description

The IC695CPE310 is a CPU in the GE Fanuc PACSystem RX3i Series.  The CPU can  perform real-time control of machines, processes, and  material handling systems. It communicates with I/O and Intelligent Option modules over a dual-purpose PCI and serial backplane.

IC695CPE310  has a 1.1 GHz Atom processor and 10 MB of memory. Its embedded Ethernet interface accommodates two connections rated for 10Mb/sec and 100Mb/sec. It also has RS-485 and RS-232 serial ports. The module supports up to 512 program blocks, each of which can be as large as 128 KB. IC695CPE310 comprehends the Modbus RTU Slave, SNP, and Serial I/O protocols, while using the SNP protocol to communicate with human-machine interface (HMI) devices.

You can program the IC695CPE310 in Ladder Diagram, Structured Text, C, or Function Block Diagram programming languages. Labeled LED indicators on the unit housing can be green, red, off, or blinking when the unit is powered up. This makes troubleshooting efficient, and lets you verify system status at a glance.

IC695CPE310 can be installed in any pair of slots in the main RX3i controller rack except for the slots with the two highest numbers on them.

The processor in IC695CPE310 is approximately three times faster than the  300 MHz Celeron processor in the  otherwise-similar model C695CPU310 . You can upgrade from CPU310 to CPE310 without changing legacy PME software. Please note that if you do decide to upgrade to CPE310 from CPU310, then the RS-232 port on CPE310 does not provide 5V power on pin 5.

Daily maintenance
The daily maintenance of the system is the foundation for the stable operation of DCS, mainly including the following points:
(1) According to the 25 countermeasures requirements and DL/T774 maintenance regulations, improve the DCS system management system.
(2) The electronic room is well sealed, ensuring that the temperature, humidity, and air cleanliness comply with the manufacturer’s regulations. The environmental temperature signal of the electronic room can be introduced into DCS monitoring.
(3) Check every day whether the fans in each cabinet of the system are working properly and whether the air ducts are blocked.
(4) Ensure the quality of the system’s power supply and provide reliable power to both power sources. When either power source is lost, an alarm will sound.
(5) It is prohibited to use wireless communication tools in the electronic room to avoid interference from electromagnetic fields on the system, and to avoid pulling or damaging equipment connection cables and communication cables.
(6) Standardize the management of DCS system software and application software, and software modifications, updates, and upgrades must comply with the approval authorization and responsible person system. Properly manage the USB ports and optical drives of the host in a closed manner.
(7) Do a good job of recording system data such as PID parameters and positive and negative effects of regulators for each control circuit.
(8) Check if the control host, monitor, mouse, keyboard, and other hardware are in good condition and if the image is normal. Check the fault diagnosis screen for any fault prompts.
(9) DCS equipment, including DPU and human-machine interface station, should be powered on one by one in a certain order. After each equipment is powered on and observed to be normal, the next equipment operation can be carried out.
(10) Regularly conduct online testing of the communication load rate of the DCS main system and all related systems connected to the main system. Check the status of redundant master-slave devices, and switch between master-slave devices regularly when conditions permit.
(11) Provide a Chinese description of important configuration pages; Develop test operation cards and ensure they are updated at all times. Standardize DCS configuration operations and minimize significant configuration modifications during operation.
(12) Regularly restart all human-machine interface stations one by one (recommended for around 2 to 3 months) to eliminate accumulated errors caused by long-term computer operation.

Outage maintenance
During unit maintenance, the DCS system should be thoroughly maintained, mainly including:
(1) Use the unit maintenance time to reset the DPU, CPU, operator station, and data station of the DCS system one by one; Delete invalid I/O points in the configuration and optimize the configuration.
(2) System redundancy testing: Conduct redundancy testing on redundant power supplies, servers, controllers, and communication networks. Pay attention to whether the switching between master and slave devices, network, and human-machine interface stations are normal during power outage of various equipment in the system; After system maintenance and re powering on, perform switching tests on each device.