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FEC
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E.FEC-20-DC and E.FEC-20-AC

FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198

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FEC Hardware Description V1.7 01/ 98 R.Müller, Fa. Beck ; P.Janssen YC-EPM S.Baerwald, YC-ECI

© Copyright 1997 Festo AG & Co, 73726 Esslingen, Germany All rights reserverd, including translation rights. No part of this documentation may be reproduced by any means (printing, copying, microfilming or any other process) without the written consent of Festo AG & Co.

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..................................................................................8 CE CONFIRMATION...................12 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FESTO FEC-20-DC AND FESTO FEC-20-AC ....................................................................17 THE PIN ALLOCATION OF THE CONNECTING CABLE (FEC TO PC) ...........................................................................................................10 WARNINGS:..........................................................16 DURING WIRING .......................13 INSTALLATION AND WIRING.......7 ABOUT THIS MANUAL..7 0198 Page 3 ......................................................18 FEC Hardware Description V1................................................................................................................9 GUIDELINES FOR USER SAFETY AND PROTECTION OF THE FESTO FEC.......................................................................................................................................................................11 THE LAYOUT OF THE FEC................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 14 DURING MOUNTING......................................................................................................... 7 IMPROVED COST EFFECTIVENESS..................._____________________________________________________ Contents FOREWORD..............................................................................................................................................................................15 OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS .................

.................................................................................................................7 0198 Page 4 ..................................................................................................................................................................................................35 PERIODIC INSPECTION ........................................39 FEC Hardware Description V1.......................20 INPUTS ................................................................34 OPERATION AND TESTING ...................37 MOUNTING ....................FEC-20-DC.........................................................................................................................................................................................................FEC-20-DC................................................................................... 39 POWER INDICATION.................................................................28 IMPORTANT ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................36 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS....................................................................29 OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS...33 WRITING AND CHECKING A PROGRAM .......................................................................27 OUTPUTS..................................................38 TROUBLE SHOOTING AND ERROR CHECKING.................................................21 INPUT SPECIFICATIONS AND CIRCUIT CONNECTION .............................._____________________________________________________ POWER / SENSOR SUPPLY CIRCUIT CONNECTION E..............31 LIFE OF RELAY OUTPUT CONTACTS ..................................................................19 POWER / SENSOR SUPPLY CIRCUIT CONNECTION E..............................................................................................................................................................32 PRELIMINARY TESTS AND MAINTENANCE .......................22 ANALOG POTENTIOMETER........................................................................................

...................................40 INPUT INDICATION .......................................................................................................................42 LIST OF SYSTEM GENERATED ERROR NUMBERS ........................................_____________________________________________________ RUN INDICATION..................................................................................43 STATEMENT LIST (STL) AND LADDER DIAGRAM (LAD) PROGRAMMING .....55 ELECTRICAL FEATURES .........................................................47 TECHNICAL DATA ......................................................................................7 0198 Page 5 ......................... 61 FEC Hardware Description V1.........................................................................................................................................................................41 ERROR INDICATION .........................................................................................59 APPENDIX A ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................45 FLOWCHARTS ........58 OUTPUTS..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................57 INPUTS ...................................................................41 OUTPUT INDICATION ....................................42 ERROR WORD .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................44 OPERANDS ...................................... 55 HARD AND SOFTWARE FEATURES ..........................................................

..............................................................................................................................61 ACCESSING THE COMMAND INTERPRETER (CI).........._____________________________________________________ COMMAND INTERPRETER (CI)..................................................................68 FEC Hardware Description V1....................................................62 COMMANDS .............................................................................................................................................................7 0198 Page 6 .....................................................................65 CI EXAMPLE ...........................................................67 APPENDIX B ..................................................64 PARAMETERS ....................................................................................... 68 EXPANSION OF THE FEC TO 40 I/OS ...........................................................................

Improved cost effectiveness All functions for a small scale control system are integrated in a single housing._____________________________________________________ Foreword The FEC is designed as a low cost versatile industrial control system that can be quickly and easily installed and operated by persons with little experience with programmable controllers. FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 7 . The FEC can be used in the place of conventional relay control panels and is ideally suited for the economical control of manufacturing and other applications with require small numbers of input and output control points.

_____________________________________________________ About this manual This manual contains text. If in doubt at any stage during the installation of the Festo FEC please consult a qualified electrical engineer who is also familiar with Iocal safety and wiring standards. This manual is subject to change without notice. lf in doubt about the operation or use of the Festo FEC please consult your nearest Festo office. FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 8 . safe use and operation of the Festo FEC and should be read and understood before attempting to install or use the unit. diagrams and explanations which will guide the reader in the correct installation.

FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 9 . In this case it is the responsibility of the user to take appropriate measures and bear any costs incurred in stemming such interferences._____________________________________________________ CE Confirmation The manufacturer declares in sole responsibility that the product FEC-20-DC FEC-20-AC is in accordance with the directive 89/336/EWG in harmonisation with the following standards: noise immunity emitted interference EN 50082-2 EN 50081-2 This is a class A device. It can cause transmission interferences in residential areas.

_____________________________________________________ Guidelines for user safety and protection of the Festo FEC This manual has been written to be used by trained and competent personnel for the installation of the Festo FEC product. and protection of the equipment's integrity. symbols are used to highlight information relating to the user's personal safety. its associated note should be read and understood. When any of these symbols are encountered. FEC Hardware Description V1. Safety guidelines are defined by the European directives for machinery. low voltage and EMC. Throughout this manual.7 0198 Page 10 .

7 0198 Page 11 . 3) Point of further interest or further explanation. 2) The identified danger could possibly cause physical or property damage._____________________________________________________ Warnings: 1) The identified danger will cause physical or property damage. FEC Hardware Description V1.

_____________________________________________________ The Layout of the FEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Sensor supply 24 V DC / 100 mA Input terminal RUN/STOP switch Analog timer Power LED Run/error LED Communication interface Extension interface Output terminal Power supply terminal 2 1 5 6 3 4 8 9 10 7 FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 12 .

FEC-20-DC Power supply voltage 24V DC (+20% / -15%) 120 .FEC-20-AC 10 msec 15 VA FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ Differences between Festo FEC-20-DC and Festo FEC-20-AC Type E.7 0198 Page 13 .230 V AC (+10% / -15%) Max permissible voltage drop out time 5 msec Power consumption 10 W E.

near high voltage equipment or wiring._____________________________________________________ INSTALLATION AND WIRING When installing the FEC. directly in areas subject to shock or vibration. Do not install the PLC: in areas subject to excessive dust. moisture. in areas subject to high temperature. FEC Hardware Description V1. please pay attention to the environmental conditions under which the unit will normally operate. conductive dust. or corrosive gas. or rain.7 0198 Page 14 . direct sun light. oily mist.

such as a heater. If the ambient temperature is above 55oC within the cabinet you must install a fan for forced air ventilation._____________________________________________________ The unit can be mounted on a DIN rail (DlN46277. transformer or high wattage resistor. Do not allow wire cuttings.) During mounting Be sure to mount the unit as far as possible from high-voltage equipment and large power equipment. Avoid mounting the PLC directly above any heat-generating source. FEC Hardware Description V1. fillings or shavings to fall into the unit when drilling holes or connecting cables.38 in) or directly by using M4 screws. (Refer to the following diagram for outside dimensions and mounting hole centres. width: 35 mm/1.7 0198 Page 15 .

0 RUN STOP 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 SENSOR SUPPLY 53._____________________________________________________ Outside dimensions 130.0 IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 10 11 12 13 S1 .5 4.0 OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 POWER POWER 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 RUN FEC20-DC EXT.0 60. COM 122.7 0198 Page 16 80.0 FEC Hardware Description V1.

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Separate signal input and output wiring in separate ducting and avoid bundling the signals together. Do not use the same multi core cable for signal input and output wiring

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_____________________________________________________ Power / Sensor supply circuit connection E.FEC-20-DC Sensor supply +24 V Sensor supply 0 V RUN STOP Power supply Power supply N 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 SENSOR SUPPLY IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 10 11 12 13 S1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 POWER POWER L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 RUN FEC20-AC Power supply L EXT.7 0198 Page 20 . COM FEC Hardware Description V1.

_____________________________________________________ Inputs • • • • • • 12-PNP or -NPN inputs (automatic detection) first group 8 inputs.75mm2 wires) FEC Hardware Description V1. second group 4 inputs The last two inputs of the second group can also be used as counters with a maximum counting frequency of 4 kHz (via sw module). (each terminal accommodates 2 x 0. Connection via 14-pin screw type terminal.7 0198 Page 21 . Galvanic isolation (optoelectronic coupler) Delay time 5 msec Signal indication through LEDs (after galvanic isolation).

5mA or more ON / OFF 1.7 0198 Page 22 .4mA or less FEC Hardware Description V1. 4. Voltage OFF 5V DC max._____________________________________________________ Input specifications and circuit connection Specifications 12 inputs Input voltage Delay time Input sensitivity Voltage ON current OFF / ON NPN or PNP 24V DC 5 msec Input current 7mA 15V DC min.

Fuse DC/DC 24 V 5V Programmable controller FEC Hardware Description V1.2 .7 0198 Page 23 .0 I0..1 I0._____________________________________________________ DC power supply type [+] common [source) connection Class 3 ground (<100 ohm) PNP type 24 V DC 24 V 0V 24 V 0V S0 I0..

.0 I0.1 I0._____________________________________________________ AC power supply type [+] common (source) connection Class 3 ground (<100 ohm) PNP type 120-230 V AC L Fuse 24 V AC/DC 0V N 24 V 0V S0 I0.7 0198 Page 24 .2 . Fuse DC/DC 24 V 5V Programmable controller FEC Hardware Description V1..

1 I0..2 ._____________________________________________________ DC power supply type [-] common (sink) connection Class 3 ground (<100 ohm) NPN type 24 V DC 24 V 0V 24 V 0V S0 I0. Fuse DC/DC 24 V 5V Programmable controller FEC Hardware Description V1..0 I0.7 0198 Page 25 .

Programmable controller FEC Hardware Description V1..2 ._____________________________________________________ AC power supply type [-] common (sink) connection Class 3 ground (<100 ohm) NPN type 120-230 V AC L Fuse Fuse 24 V AC/DC 0V DC/DC 5V 24 V N 24 V 0V S0 I0.1 I0.0 I0.7 0198 Page 26 ..

7 0198 Page 27 .._____________________________________________________ Analog potentiometer The FEC includes an analog potentiometer which can be easily adjusted with a screw driver within a decimal value range of 1 .g. This built-in feature provides an economical manner for performing tasks such as "fine-tuning" operating parameters (e. This feature can be enabled / disabled by means of the FST software. timer values) or a variety of similar tasks. FEC Hardware Description V1.. 63. This value can be evaluated by the user's application program as the current setting of the potentiometer is stored within a logical Input Word (IW).

normally open contact per output in groups of 4/2/2. (each terminal accommodates 2x0. 30 V DC or 250 V AC 2 A max. max._____________________________________________________ Outputs • • • • • • • 8 relay outputs Switching voltage switching current contact rating Delay time Signal indication Connection 1. see chapter " Life of relay output contacts " in this manual 10 msec LED for every output 12-pin screw-type terminal.75 mm² wires) FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 28 .

Connecting a surge absorbing diode in parallel to DC inductive loads will greatly lengthen the service life of the relay contacts.7 0198 Page 29 . etc. should be used to prevent such loads from simultaneous activation. interlocks external from the PLC. FEC Hardware Description V1. For loads such as forward/reverse motor contactors which may be dangerous if turned on simultaneously. Since a fuse is not included in the output circuit of the programmable controller (PLC). a 5 to 10 A fuse should be used for every group of 4 output points to prevent the PLC output circuitry from being damaged due to a load short circuit._____________________________________________________ Important Do not connect to any of the unused terminals. as well as programmed interlocks.

_____________________________________________________ For emergency stop functions. In the case of operation with inductive loads. When connecting an emergency stop circuit please ensure adherence to local wiring and safety regulations. the surge voltage suppression circuits available from the various manufacturers should be used in order to suppress electrical interference. the output loads should be turned of using a switch external to the PLC which isolates power from the output terminals.7 0198 Page 30 . FEC Hardware Description V1. Connecting a surge suppressor in parallel to an AC inductive load will reduce electrical noise generation.

10 msec FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 31 ._____________________________________________________ Output specifications Specification Rated current Load voltage 2 A per output point 250 V AC 30 V DC or less 80 VA(inductive) 100 W (lamp) Max. load Response time Approx.

000 cyles 500.000 cycles FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ Life of relay output contacts Specified service life of contactors or solenoid valves shown in the table below.000.7 0198 Page 32 .000 cycles 100.000 cycles 0. Current / load resistive load inductive load no current 20.2 A 1A 2A 1.000 cycles 300.000 cycles 800.000 cycles 300.000.

FEC Hardware Description V1. and perform the measurement tests across a common point of all the terminals and the ground terminal. If it is necessary to measure the PLC maximum withstand voltage and insulation resistance. or a short in the output lines may seriously damage the PLC. disconnect the input and output lines and the power supply cable from the PLC._____________________________________________________ Preliminary Tests and Maintenance Power: OFF Incorrect connection of the Power supply terminals.7 0198 Page 33 . Before turning on the power. a short between the DC input lines and the power supply cable. check the power supply and ground connections and the input/output line connections.

If the RUN/STOP switch is switched to RUN. PLC: STOP Write a program by using a peripheral device such as a PC together with the Festo software package FSTIPC / FEC. Syntax checking of errors will be done automatically when you download the program(s) from the programming device into the FEC. Check the program to make sure it has been written correctly.7 0198 Page 34 . then the previously loaded program should have been completed. FEC Hardware Description V1. For testing of wiring or output devices._____________________________________________________ Writing and checking a program Power: ON. each output can be forced ON and OFF with the programming device when the PLC is in STOP condition. The RUN LED will change colour from yellow (or red) to green.

If this option is to be used. assigned to one of the FEC's inputs. a socalled remote RUN/STOP switch can be used. This remote RUN/STOP switch is an external switch. then this input must be defined as an additional RUN/STOP switch in the configuration.7 0198 Page 35 ._____________________________________________________ Operation and testing Power: ON. As a further option. FEC Hardware Description V1. When the RUN/STOP switch is set to STOP (also when remote RUN/STOP switch is used) the RUN LED lights “YELLOW“ (or in case of error the RUN LED lights "RED"). PLC: STOP The FEC is equipped with an internal RUN/STOP switch.

However. these values can be altered whilst the program is being processed. However it is necessary before operation to check the service life of output relays if they are operated frequently or used to drive large capacity loads. It is possible to change the settings for timers. Please see table in the chapter “Life of relay output contacts” FEC Hardware Description V1. Regular inspection Regular inspections and appropriate maintenance of the PLC are essential to ensure the full service life of your PLC and trouble-free operation of your control system This PLC is not equipped with any consumable or user serviceable parts which may shorten the service life of the PLC.7 0198 Page 36 . flags or force devices ON or OFF while the PLC is running._____________________________________________________ Power: ON PLC: RUN When the RUN/STOP switch is set to RUN (when no remote RUN/STOP switch is used) the RUN LED lights “GREEN“ and the PLC starts to execute. counters. data registers.

7 0198 Page 37 ._____________________________________________________ Also check the following points: Environmental conditions Ambient temperature in the control panel 0 to 55 oC Humidity 0 to 95 % Relative Humidity without condensation Dust must be relatively dust-free FEC Hardware Description V1.

Ensure terminal screws for external wiring are not loose.7 0198 Page 38 ._____________________________________________________ Mounting Caution: Be sure that the power is OFF before replacing any cables or other activities Ensure mounting screws are not loose. FEC Hardware Description V1. Any external wiring must be free from visible damage.

7 0198 Page 39 . If the LED is not lit when the power is turned on then disconnect the 24V Sensor-supply terminal. If the POWER LED lights then this indicates that the sensor power load is too FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ Trouble Shooting and Error checking If a problem occurs while the PLC is running first check the power supply voltage. As a second step check the LEDs on the PLC as described below. Power indication “POWER LED“ The power LED of the PLC panel is lit by the internal 5V power supply of the PLC. the PLC terminal screws and the input output devices for looseness or other abnormalities. The LEDs will help you determine if the PLC is faulty or if the problem is being caused by an external reason.

The internal fuse in the FEC may blow if conductive foreign matter has entered the PLC or other fault conditions exist. If this is the case and changing the fuse does not solve the problem. If the RUN LED lights “GREEN“ when the RUN/STOP switch is set to RUN but the program will not execute perform the following checks: Check your settings for remote RUN/STOP switch (Configuration in the programming software). It may be this run/stop input is set to "STOP". FEC Hardware Description V1. RUN indication If the RUN LED does not light "GREEN“ when the RUN/STOP switch is set to RUN perform the checks in the section “Error indication” below. please contact your local FESTO office for further advice.7 0198 Page 40 . In this case the sensors must be powered by an external 24volt power supply._____________________________________________________ high.

check for the correct operation of the output device. poor electrical contact or other abnormalities.7 0198 Page 41 . FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ Input indication Irrespective of whether the ON/OFF state of the input device agrees or not with the status of the LED of that input. Check to ensure that the required voltage is supplied to the common terminals for the outputs. Output indication If the status of the output indication LED does not agree with the actual output status. An input that is turned ON and then OFF in a period shorter than the operation cycle or scan time of the PLC may not be recognised. check the input device for proper operation.

(option) Error word There is currently no automated recognition of the presence and service ability of connected inputs or outputs._____________________________________________________ Error indication “RUN LED“ lights "RED" A program or internal error is indicated. Additional appropriate error numbers can be created from these in the user program. The error number can read out via the CI (Command Interpreter test system of the FEC) of the FSTIPC / FEC software package or the Service Device Unit. FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 42 .). external signal detection. In applications in which this can result in problems appropriate measures must be taken (additional program with operational test. feedback of signals etc.

This program should not be activated during normal operation (For further information see documentation included with the FSTIPC / FEC software). FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ List of system generated error numbers The following error numbers are currently generated by the PLC operating system: 6 Program 0 not found on start 7 Program not found 9 Project could not be started 11 I/O stage defective 34 Arithmetic error (division by 0) 36 Illegal module call 57 Project not found 99 invalide remote access An user error program can be written and configured to run if an error occurs. then this output must also entered into the configuration. If this is the case.7 0198 Page 43 . The configuration also allows setting an error output in the event of a system error.

please refer to the appropriate documentation accompanying the software._____________________________________________________ Statement List (STL) and Ladder Diagram (LAD) Programming Programming in STL and LAD follows the standard Festo FST software conventions. Please contact your local Festo office for further information. For a description of FST software. FEC Hardware Description V1. Other manuals are available detailing programming in statement list and ladder diagram.7 0198 Page 44 .

0 to Fx.0 to O0.15 Registers R0 to R255 Function units FU0 to FU255. FU32 to FU38 per program Timers T0 to T255 (also TP and TW for every timer) TON. Input words IW0 to IW1 with I0.0 to I1.7._____________________________________________________ Operands The FEC has the following operands that can be accessed via FST software or the CI.0 to I0. I1.7 Error word EW.7 0198 Page 45 .3 Output word OW0 with O0. TOFF Counters C0 to C255 (also as CP and CW for every counter) Programs P0 to P63 Program status PS0 to PS63 Function modules CFM0 to CFM99 (predefined by Festo) Program modules CMP0 to CMP99 (definable by user) FEC Hardware Description V1. per program Flag words FW0 to FW9999 with Fx. also as E Initial execution flag FI.

.... 127 0 .. 127 0 .7 0198 Page 46 ......_____________________________________________________ Overview of retentive operands Operand output word ( OW ) Register ( Rx) Timer preselect ( TP ) Counter ( Cx ) Counter preselect ( CP ) Counter word ( CW ) Flag word ( FW ) Operand number 0 .. 127 0 ... 127 0 .. 1 0 . 255 Remarks FEC Hardware Description V1. 127 0 .

_____________________________________________________ Flowcharts General flowchart Start Yes Power indicator lit ? Yes RUN indicator lit ? Yes A No Refer to "power supply" flowchart No Refer to "failure" flowchart FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 47 .

7 0198 Page 48 ._____________________________________________________ A General flowchart (cont.) I/O sequence normal ? Yes Enviromental conditions normal ? Yes Replace FEC No Refer to "I/O" flowchart No Refer to "I/O" flowchart FEC Hardware Description V1.

7 0198 ._____________________________________________________ "Power supply" flowchart Power indicator "OFF" Power supplied No Supply power Yes No Power indicator lit ? Yes Supply voltage in rated range No Power supply in rated range Yes No B Power indicator lit ? Yes End Page 49 FEC Hardware Description V1.

Yes No Return to "General flowchart" Power indicator lit ? Yes End FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ B Fuse blown ? "Power supply" flowchart (cont.7 0198 Page 50 .) Yes Replace fuse No Power indicator lit ? Loose screws or break wires ? Yes Yes Tighten loose screws etc. No No Sensor supply connected ? Power indicator lit ? Yes Disconnect 24V Sensor supply.

find and correct errors download project again._____________________________________________________ RUN/STOP switch to "RUN" "Failure flowchart" RUN indicator lits "RED" set RUN/STOP switch to "RUN" Read out the error no.7 0198 Page 51 .or service device RUN indicator lits "GREEN" No Yes See FSTIPC error list Check the program. with the programming. End FEC Hardware Description V1.

7 0198 Page 52 . YES Use tester to check terminal voltage Normal ? Normal ? YES NO YES NO NO External power supply ON ? Disconnect external wirings check continuity E YES Replace FEC C D FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ I/O flowchart Start Use "ONLINE Display" to monitoring the program Output indicator normal ? NO NO Normal ? YES Use tester to check terminal voltage Turn ON ext. PS.

_____________________________________________________ C D E YES Check output device Normal ? NO Replace FEC F FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0198 Page 53 .

_____________________________________________________ F Input indicator x normal ? NO Use tester to check terminal voltage YES Check terminal voltage of input x Normal ? NO YES Normal ? NO Disconnect ext.7 0198 Page 54 . wirings YES YES Check input device Normal ? NO Replace FEC FEC Hardware Description V1.

(Intel 80186 compatible) 256 kB 16 bit flash (Cycles of reading/writing >100. opto isolated (connection RJ11 mini) The serial COM port is not according to the standard EIA-RS232-C. ._____________________________________________________ Technical data Hard and software features Processor .7 0198 Page 55 . Data storage . FEC Hardware Description V1. .000) 256 kB 16 bit SRAM 32 kB (retentive Data 2 kB in flash memory) 32 kB in flash memory RS232 3-wire 9600 baud. Program storage (source) Programming interface AM186-(20 MHZ). Memory Program memory (compiled) Working memory .

If communication problems are encountered. . Serial asynchronous TTL (connection RJ12) (4-wire max 115 kBaud ) Run/Stop switch RUN LED . Runtime kernel FST-IPC / FEC FST-IPC / FEC FEC Hardware Description V1._____________________________________________________ The FEC-COM interface is isolated by optocouplers and operates with signal levels of +/-5V to +/-15V. " YELLOW " " GREEN " " RED " Stop status Run status Error status Operational controls Operation indicator . Operating system Programming software .7 0198 Page 56 . Expansion interface . your service unit may supply a lower signal level.

Sensor supply voltage . 100 mA Fuse Power consumption._____________________________________________________ Electrical features Supply voltage . FEC Hardware Description V1.230 V AC (+10% / -15%) 50-60 Hz 1 x 315 mA (slow blowing) 1 x 315 mA (slow blowing) 1 x 800 mA (slow blowing) 10 W 15 VA Same as Supply voltage 24 V DC.7 0198 Page 57 . Festo FEC-20-DC: Festo FEC-20-AC: Festo FEC-20-DC: Festo FEC-20-AC: Festo FEC-20-DC: Festo FEC-20-AC: Festo FEC-20-DC: Festo FEC-20-AC: 24 V DC (+20 % /-15 %) 120 V AC .

Connection . 2 inputs of the second group as 4kHz counter (via sw module) Galvanic isolation Delay time . . . LED green (after galvanic isolation) 14-pin screw-type terminal. . . 7 mA. optoelectronic coupler 5 msec. FEC Hardware Description V1. . each capable of 2 x 0. . Signal indication . ._____________________________________________________ Inputs 12 PNP or NPN inputs (auto detection).7 0198 Page 58 . . (in 2 groups 8/4) .75 mm2 24 V DC. .

Switching voltage Switching current Switching contact rating Delay time . 2 A see information " Life of relay output contact " 10 msec LED green Connection 12-pin screw-type terminal.7 0198 Page 59 . 250 V AC. 30 V DC max. .75 mm2 Signal indication FEC Hardware Description V1. each capable of 2 x 0. (in 3 groups: 4/2/2) max._____________________________________________________ Outputs 8 relay outputs (1-working contact).

7 0198 Page 60 .) non condensing FEC Hardware Description V1. 95% (max. 55 grad C 0 ......._____________________________________________________ Protection class Temperature range Transport and storage temperature Ambient temperature Humidity Relative humidity (25 o C ) IP 20 -25 ... + 70 grad C 0 .

In the case of programs and operands the user can: • start and stop programs • display individuell or all programs • display and modify operands FEC Hardware Description V1. service. It is used for: • test._____________________________________________________ Appendix A Command Interpreter (CI) The command interpreter is part of the FEC oerating system and represents the user level of it. diagnostic and commissioning purposes. • for UP/DOWNLOAD of files The command interpreter (CI) offers checking functions for the complete control system.7 0198 Page 61 .

of operating system) FEC Hardware Description V1. the user must adopt the following procedure in the sequence shown in order to access the CI. if no valid baud rate is noted in the system memory. • Apply the operating voltage to the FEC • Switch on the interactive device.n >_ (m.n = no. The baud rate is measured automatically after a BREAK signal or after POWER ON. • Access the CI: The interactive terminal should be set at the correct baud rate (default 9600 Bd).7 0198 Page 62 . Input format CTRL T The CI responds with: IPC Vm._____________________________________________________ Accessing the command interpreter (CI) When an interactive device is connected to the FEC.

Command structure: A complete command always consists of a letter for the command identification. FEC Hardware Description V1. almost always a parameter and somtimes a parameter value. This error must._____________________________________________________ The CI can still accessed with CTRL T even when the controller indicates an error.7 0198 Page 63 . however. be eliminated before any further action. Input format <CI letter> [<parameter> [parameter value]] Deleting incorrect entries Incorrect entries can be deleted with Backspace (CTRL H) before conclusion with <CR>. Entry can be made either in upper or lower case letters and is concluded with <CR>.

7 0198 Page 64 ._____________________________________________________ Commands Extract of the commands of the FEC command interpreter are listed below: Command letter and command D = DISPLAY M = MODIFY R = RUN S = STOP X = EXIT = Display operands = Modify operands = Start or continue Explanation Display contents / status / operands Start program Stop program Exit command interpreter FEC Hardware Description V1.

0 . 1. 1 2...0 ..... Parameter A x..y EW x Meaning Output Output word Input Input word Parameter value 0.7... 0.7 0198 Page 65 . 0.0 ._____________________________________________________ Parameters Different parameters must be entered depending on which operand a command is to be used.y AW x E x.3 0 . 255 for Trimmer and fast counter F Error FEC Hardware Description V1.7 0 0. 1..

. 63 0 .... 255 Page 66 .... 255 0 .. 255 0 . 255 0 . 9999... 255 0 .7 0198 Meaning Flag Flag word Program Program status Register Timer Timer preselect Timer word Counter Counter preselect Counter word Parameter value 0. 9999 0 ._____________________________________________________ Parameter M x.0 ....... 255 0 .15 0 .. 255 0 .... 63 0 .y MW x Px PS x Rx Tx TV x TW x Zx ZV x ZW x FEC Hardware Description V1...

15 DM1000.2 DE1._____________________________________________________ CI Example Display Display the status of the single-bit operand output 0.6 DA0.6 <CR> CI response = 0 or 1 Display the status of the single-bit operand input 1. 255 <CR> enter new value FEC Hardware Description V1.15 <CR> CI response = 0 or 1 Modify Modify the contents of register 0 to 255 MR0 <CR> CI response = xxx : 255 <CR> xxx = old value .2 <CR> CI response = 0 or 1 Display the status of timer 20 DT20 <CR> CI response = 0 or 1 Display the status of flag 1000.7 0198 Page 67 .

7 0198 Page 68 . Procedure for checking memory contents: • Start FSTIPC • Utilities > Program execution > Host <-> IPC file transfer • F1 : From IPC FEC Hardware Description V1.BAT" in the directory on drive B (as supplied. Ensure that the remote unit has no files with the names "PROJECT. the unit has no such files). 2.RUN" or "STARTUP. The RUN/STOP switch of the remote unit (the FEC20 without its own control program) must always be set to STOP._____________________________________________________ Appendix B Expansion of the FEC to 40 I/Os 1.

Do not use separate power supplies for the master and remote units. FEC Hardware Description V1. 3.RUN" or "STARTUP. Be sure that the system power supply is turned off before connecting or disconnecting extension cables. 4.7 0198 Page 69 ._____________________________________________________ • F7 : Enter IPC drive B • Check whether "PROJECT. delete the two files using F1 • Conclude with F8: Exit terminal program • Switch the FEC20 off and back on. The power supply for the master/remote system must be from a single source with a common fuse protection.BAT" is present in the directory • If so.

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