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ModiconQuantum automation platform


Unity Pro standard CPUs

The CPUs for the Modicon Quantum automation platform are based on high-performance processors and are compatible with Unity Pro software. Numerous functions are included as standard in Quantum CPUs: b Superior scan times and fast I/O acquisition b Ability to handle interrupts (timed and I/O based) b Handling of Fast task, as well as a Master task b Memory expansion using PCMCIA cards b Multiple communication ports integrated in the CPU b Ease of diagnostics and maintenance via the LCD display block on the front panel of high-end CPUs The CPUs offered have different memory capacities, processing speeds and communication options. Protected backed up memory As standard, the CPUs store the application program in a battery-backed internal RAM. This battery is located on the front of the CPU and can be replaced while the CPU is running. A switch enables the application to be made secure against malicious tampering via a remote connection. To protect the application program from inadvertent changes during operation, the CPUs feature a key switch on the front panel to protect the memory. This key switch can also be used to start and stop the CPU. The 140 CPU 311 10 CPU only has a memory-protect slide switch. The high-end 140 CPU 651 50/60, 140 CPU 652 60,140 CPU 671 60, 140CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 672 61 CPUs have 2 slots for a PCMCIA card: b An upper slot (no. 0) for a memory expansion card (programs, symbols, constants and/or data storage) b A lower slot (no. 1) for a data storage memory expansion card

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Built-in communication ports Quantum CPUs incorporate, depending on the model: b Two RS 232 Modbus ports (1 RS 232/485 Modbus port for 140CPU6pppp CPUs) b One Modbus Plus port b One TCP/IP 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet TCP/IP port (100BASE-FX for 140 CPU 67p 6p Hot Standby CPUs) b One USB port for connecting a programming PC terminal for the CPUs LCD display Depending on the model, the CPUs have an LCD display (2 lines of 16 characters) with adjustable brightness and contrast controls. The keypad associated with the display can be used for diagnostics, access to certain configuration parameters and starting and stopping the CPU. Hot Standby redundancy 140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 672 61 CPUs are dedicated to the availability function of Hot Standby applications. They have a 100 Mbps Ethernet fibre optic link and the Hot Standby function can be diagnosed using the LCD display. The 140 CPU 672 61 CPU is specifically designed for Hot Standby applications for which the distance between the two Hot Standby CPUs can be as much as 16 km. Due to their greater memory capacity, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 67261 CPUs can improve performance by around 10 to 20% compared to that of the 140 CPU 671 60 CPU. The 140 CPU 672 60 provides the user with up to 3 MB of usable memory without memory card and offers advanced functions compared to those of the 140 CPU 671 60 (possibility of adding online drops, PLC in RUN, enables S908 bus + Quantum Ethernet I/O combination, etc.). In order to take advantage of this improved performance and advanced functions in an existing installation using a 140 CPU 671 60, no rewiring is required by the user. The 140CPU 671 60 CPU is simply replaced by the 140 CPU 672 60 CPU. Quantum application design and installation Use of these Quantum CPUs requires: b Unity Pro Large or Extra Large programming software. This software is compatible with the Premium and M340 platforms. b Optionally, as required: v Unity Application Generator (UAG) specialist software for modelling and generating process applications v Unity EFB toolkit software for developing EF and EFB function block libraries in Clanguage v Unity Dif software for comparing Unity Pro applications v Unity Loader software for updating Unity Pro projects

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Description

ModiconQuantum automation platform


Unity Pro standard CPUs

Description
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Standard CPUs 140 CPU 311 10 and 140 CPU 434 12U CPU front panels comprise: 1 A display block with 7 LEDs: v Ready LED (green): Power-up diagnostic tests successful v Run LED (green): Program executing v Modbus LED (green): Activity on the Modbus port v Modbus Plus LED (green): Activity on the Modbus Plus port v Mem Prt LED (orange): Memory write-protected (memory protection switch activated) v Bat Low LED (red): Backup battery needs replacing or is missing v Error A LED (red): Communication fault on the Modbus Plus port 2 A backup battery slot (1) 3 A slide switchfor selecting the Modbus port communication parameters v A slide switch (140 CPU 311 10 model) for write-protecting the memory 4 A key switch (140 CPU 434 12U models): v Stopposition: The PLC is stopped and program modifications are not permitted v Mem Prt position: The PLC is either stopped or running and program modifications are not permitted v Startposition: The PLC is either stopped or running, program modifications are permitted 5 Two 9-way female SUB-D connectors for connecting to the Modbus bus 6 A 9-way female SUB-D connector for connecting to the ModbusPlus network 7 A removable hinged door with a customizable identification label High performance CPUs 140 CPU 651 50, 140 CPU 651 60, 140 CPU 652 60, 140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 672 61 CPU front panels comprise: 1 An LCD display cover, providing access to: 2 A key switch: v Unlocked: All system operations can be invoked and all changeable module parameters can be modified via the LCD and keypad. The memory is not write-protected v Locked: No system operations can be invoked and all changeable module parameters are read-only. Memory is write-protected and the application program safeguarded. This mode avoids malicious tampering via a remote connection 3 A backup battery slot (1) 4 A reset button (Restart) 5 An LCD display (2 lines of 16 characters) with brightness and contrast controls 6 A 5-button keypad with 2 LEDs (ESC, ENTER, MOD, Z, C) 7 An RJ45 connector for connecting to the Modbus bus 8 A type B female USB connector for connecting the programming PC terminal 9 A 9-way female SUB-D connector for connecting to the ModbusPlus network 10 Two slots for PCMCIA memory expansion cards 11 Two LEDs: v COM LED (green): Activity on the Ethernet port (140 CPU 651 50/60, 140 CPU 652 60 models), activity on the Hot Standby primary or secondary drop (140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 672 61 models) v ERR LED (red): Ethernet frame collision (140 CPU 651 50/60, 140 CPU 652 60 models), communication error between the Hot Standby primary and secondary drops (140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 672 61 models) 12 A connector: v RJ45 connector for connection to the Ethernet network (140CPU651 50/60, 140 CPU 652 60 models) v MT-RJ multimode fibre optic connector (140 CPU 671 60 and 140 CPU 672 60 models) or LC single mode fibre optic connector (140 CPU 672 61 model) for interconnecting the primary and standby PLCs in the Hot Standby architecture
(1)  Internal RAM backup battery: - Product reference: 990 XCP 980 00 - Type: 3 V c lithium - Capacity: 1200 mAh - Storage life: 10 years

140CPU434 12U

1 [2, 3, 4] 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

140 CPU 651 50/60 140CPU652 60

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Memory structure

ModiconQuantum automation platform


Unity Pro standard CPUs

Memory structure
CPU without PCMCIA memory card Located data Global unlocated data and DFBs

1 1

The application memory is divided into memory areas physically distributed in the internal RAM and on 1 or 2 PCMCIA memory expansion cards (only on 140 CPU 651 50/60, 140 CPU 652 60, 140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 61 and 140 CPU 672 60 CPUs): 1 Application data area always in internal RAM. This area is broken down into 2 types of data, to be used according to the user's habits and preferences: v Global located data, corresponding to data defined by an address (for example, %MW237) with which a symbol can be associated (for example, Counting_rejects). v Unlocated data, corresponding to data defined only by a symbol. This type of addressing removes the memory mapping management constraints because the addresses are assigned automatically. v DFB unlocated data corresponding to DFB user function blocks. The size of this object area is only limited by the size of the internal RAM physical memory available. 2 Application program and symbols area in the internal RAM or in the PCMCIA memory card (descriptor, executable code for the tasks and application symbols database) 3 Constants area in internal RAM or the PCMCIA memory card (constant words, initial values and configuration) 4 Area for storing additional data that can be used for distributed applications to store information such as production data and manufacturing recipes (only on 140CPU65150/60, 140 CPU 652 60, 140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140CPU 672 61 CPUs) According to the application memory size requirements, two memory structures are possible depending on whether the Quantum CPU has 0, 1 or 2 PCMCIA memory expansion cards: b Application in internal RAM, the application is completely loaded into the CPUs battery-backed internal RAM (2) the capacity of which depends on the CPU model. b Application in the PCMCIA card, the internal RAM is reserved for the application data. The PCMCIA memory card contains the program space (program, symbols and constants areas). Certain types of PCMCIA memory card also take the data storage area.

Internal RAM available

548 KB to 3 MB

Program and symbols

Constants Operating system (1)

CPU with PCMCIA memory card in slot no. 0 Located data


768 KB to 3 MB

Internal RAM available

Global unlocated data

DFB unlocated data

PCMCIA card (slot no. 0)

768 to 7168 KB

Program and symbols

Constants

Data storage

CPU with data storage memory card inslot no. 0 Located data
768 KB to 3 MB

1 1 2 3

Internal RAM available

Global unlocated data and DFBs Program and symbols Constants

The presence of the symbols area with the program area is optional. The fact of having the application symbols database on the PLC means that, when it is connected to an empty programming PC (with no applications), all the elements needed to debug or upgrade this PLC are available.
(1) Only with 140 CPU 311 10/434 12U CPUs. (2) The internal RAM is backed up by a 3 V c lithium battery (installed by the user). SRAM memory expansion cards are protected by a lithium battery.

Data storage PCMCIA card (slot no. 0)

4096 or 8192 KB

Data storage

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Memory structure (continued)

ModiconQuantum automation platform


Unity Pro standard CPUs

Memory structure (continued)


CPU with 2 PCMCIA memory cards in slot no. 0 and no. 1
768 KB to 3 MB

Expansion of the file storage area


1 1 1

Located data Global unlocated data DFB unlocated data

With the TSX MRP F004M/F008M file storage memory cards (4096 or 8192KB): b A file storage area can be provided when the application is completely loaded in the internal RAM b Memory space can be freed up for the program when the application is in the PCMCIA card The Unity Pro programming software assists the application designer with management of the structure and the occupation of memory space in the Quantum PLC.

Internal RAM available

Program and symbols Data storage PCMCIA card (slot no. 0) 768 to 7168 Kb

Constants

Data storage (area A)

Protecting the application


4096 or 8192 KB

Data storage PCMCIA card (slot no. 1)

Whether located in the internal RAM or in the PCMCIA card, the application can be protected with a key switch (see page 43483/3), in order to prohibit access to it (read or modify program) online in UnityPro.
Data storage (area B)

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References

Unity Pro standard CPUs

ModiconQuantum automation platform

Unity Pro standard CPUs


CPU Clock speed MHz 66 Coprocessor Max. application memory capacity Internal RAM With available PCMCIA (for reference card stated) KB 548 1056 KB 2 Modbus RS 232 1ModbusPlus 2 Modbus RS 232 1ModbusPlus Communication ports Optical fibre Type and max. distance km 140CPU311 10 140 CPU 434 12U kg 0.770 0.623 Reference Weight

Built-in math Built-in math

140 CPU 434 12U

166

Yes, built-in 768 Ethernet TCP/IP

7168

1 Modbus (1) 1ModbusPlus 1USB 1Ethernet TCP/IP 1 Modbus (1) 1ModbusPlus 1USB 1Ethernet TCP/IP 1 Modbus (1) 1ModbusPlus 1USB 1Ethernet TCP/IP

140CPU651 50

1.430

266

Yes, built-in 1024 Ethernet TCP/IP

7168

140CPU651 60

1.967

3072

7168

140 CPU 652 60

1.468

1024

7168

1 Modbus (1) multimode 2 1ModbusPlus 1USB 1 Hot Standby port (100 Mbps) (2) 1 Modbus (1) multimode 2 1ModbusPlus 1USB 1 Hot Standby port (100 Mbps) (2) 1 Modbus (1) single 1ModbusPlus mode 1USB 1 Hot Standby port (100 Mbps) (3) 16

140 CPU 671 60

1.424

140 CPU 65p p0

3072

7168

140 CPU 672 60

1.424

3072

7168

140 CPU 672 61

1.424

(1) RS232/485 Modbus port. (2) 100 Mbps Ethernet port for multimode optical fibre. (3) 100 Mbps Ethernet port for single mode optical fibre.

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References (continued)

ModiconQuantum automation platform


Unity Pro standard CPUs

Quantum 140 CPU 651 50/60, 140 CPU 652 60, 140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140CPU 672 61 CPUs can take up to 2 memory expansion cards. However, the useful memory capacity is limited to the maximum size defined for the CPU model (see pages 43483/2 and 43483/3).

PCMCIA memory expansion cards

Connection cables and accessories


Description Cables for connection to the PC terminal Use From CPU Modbus port, 9-way SUB-Dfor: 140CPU31110, 140CPU434 12U Modbus port, RJ45 for: 140CPU6pp pp TSX C USB 232 USB port of PC USB port of PC Length To PCport RS 232 9-way SUB-D connector USB port of PC RJ45connector 3.7 m 15 m 0.4 m 1m 3m 6m 0.4 m 3.3 m 3m Reference 990 NAA 263 20 990 NAA 263 50 TSX C USB 232 (1) 110XCA28201 110XCA28202 110XCA28203 TSX C USB 232 (2) UNYXCAUSB033 TCSMCN3M3M3S2 Weight kg 0.300 1.820 0.145 0.145

USB port for: 140CPU6pppp Connection cable for Modbus network

Modbus port, RJ45 on high RJ 45 port on performance CPUs Modbus splitter 140CPU65p pp and box LU9GC3 140CPU67p pp

990 NAD 211 p0

Connection cables for Modbus Plus network

ModbusPlus port, 9-way SUB-Dfor: 140CPU31110, 140CPU434 12U Elbowed connector (left side) ModbusPlus port, 9-way SUB-Dfor: 140CPU6pppp Straight connector

Modbus Plus tap (3)

2.4 m 6m

990 NAD 211 10 990 NAD 211 30

Modbus Plus tap (3)

2.4 m 6m

990 NAD 218 10 990 NAD 218 30

990 NAD 218 p0

Modbus Plus/USB converter (5)

Modbus Plus tap (3)

USB port

0.4 m

TSX C USB MBP (4)

0.186

Adaptor TSX C USB MBP

RJ45 connector for 140CPU6pp pp

RS 232 9-way SUB-D connector

110 XCA 203 00

(1) With the TSX C USB 232 converter, use the 990 NAA 263 20/30 cable. (2) With the TSX C USB 232 converter, use the 110 XCA 203 00 adaptor and the 110XCA 282 0p cable. (3) Modbus Plus tap:990 NAD 230 20/21 (IP 20) or 990 NAD 230 10 (IP 65). (4) With the TSX C USB MBP converter, use the 990 NAD 211 10/30 or 990NAD218 10/30 cable. (5) This converter is recommended for updating the CPU firmware.

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ModiconQuantum automation platform


PCMCIA memory expansion cards
UnityPro

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PCMCIA memory expansion cards make it possible to expand the RAM memory capacity of high-performance Quantum CPUs. Depending on the model, these cards are designed to accommodate: b The application program, symbols and constants b The additional application data b Or both PCMCIA memory expansion cards All the cards fit into the PCMCIA slots in Quantum 140 CPU 651 50/60, 140 CPU 652 60, 140 CPU 671 60, 140 CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 672 61 CPUs. These cards provide three different storage types: b Storage of the application: Program, symbols and constants in a common space of 512 KB to 4096 KB: TSX MFP PpppK/M for FlashEPROM memories. b Storage of the application and additional data, comprising: v An application area from 192 KB to 7 MB v A data storage area of 7 MB to 0 KB for additional data The limit between these two spaces is configurable. The configurable cards are: v TSX MRP CpppK/M for SRAM memories v TSX MCP CpppK/M for Flash EPROM and SRAM memories b Storage of additional data, provided by SRAM TSXMRP F004M/008M 4 or 8 MB memory cards. These cards use two technologies: b Battery-backed SRAM Used particularly in the application program design and debugging phases. These cards provide: v All of the application's transfer and modification services in online mode v Additional data storage The memory is protected by a removable battery built into the PCMCIA card. A second auxiliary battery is present to enable the main battery to be replaced without loss of data. b Flash EPROM Used when debugging of the application program is complete. This isused to: v Overcome battery life restrictions v Perform one global application transfer When in use, it is impossible to carry out modifications to the application in online mode. Program modification in online mode Only those expansion cards in which the program is stored in SRAM memory TSXMRP CpppK/M allow program modifications to be carried out in online mode. A user with a CPU equipped with a memory expansion card and who wishes to make modifications or additions to the program in online mode must structure the application program in several reasonably sized sections.

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References

ModiconQuantum automation platform


PCMCIA memory expansion cards
Unity Pro

References
Quantum 140 CPU 651 50, 140 CPU 651 60, 140 CPU 671 60, 140CPU 672 60 and 140 CPU 672 61 CPUs can take the memory expansion cards listed below. There are two types of memory limits: b One associated with the type of CPU b One associated with the chosen model of PCMCIA memory card The lower of these two limits defines the memory capacity that is accessible to the user for the application. PCMCIA memory expansion cards
Description SRAM configurable data file/application memory expansion Memory size Application 192768 KB 1921024 KB 1921792 KB 1922048 KB 1923072 KB 1927168 KB 512 KB 1024 KB 2048 KB 4096 KB 512 KB 2048 KB Reference Data file 5760 KB 8320 KB 16000 KB 18560 KB 28800 KB 69760 KB 512 KB 1024 KB TSX MRP C768K TSX MRP C001M TSX MRP C01M7 TSX MRP C002M TSX MRP C003M TSX MRP C007M TSX MFP P512K TSX MFP P001M TSX MFP P002M TSX MFP P004M TSX MCP C512K TSX MCP C002M Weight kg 0.076 0.076 0.076 0.076 0.076 0.076 0.044 0.044 0.044 0.044 0.076 0.076

TSXMRP/MCP/MRP pppp

FlashEPROM application memory expansion

FlashEPROM and SRAM configurable data file/application memory expansion

TSXMFPPpppp

SRAM data file memory expansion (1)

4096 KB 8192 KB

TSX MRP F004M TSX MRP F008M

0.076 0.076

Replacement parts
Description Backup battery Use SRAM PCMCIA memory card Type Main Auxiliary Reference TSX BAT M02 TSX BAT M03 Weight kg 0.010 0.005

(1) Intended for the storage of manufacturing recipes and production data. Capacity depends on the PCMCIA card model.

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