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  • 2003 GE Fanuc Automation All rights reserved.

    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    VersaMax Micro and Nano

    Technical Product Presentation

    VersaMax Micro

    VersaMax Nano

  • 2003 GE Fanuc Automation All rights reserved.

    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Outline

    IntroductionVersaMax Micro and Nano

    Product StrategyFuture Products

    Product DescriptionVersaMax Nano

    VersaMax Micro

    VersaMax SE (Ethernet connection)VersaMax DP Operator Interfaces

    Technical SpecificationsVersaMax Micro and Nano Specifications

    PLC Programming ToolsProficy ME and VersaPro

    Logic Developer PDA

    Summary

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    LOGIC DEVELOPER PRODUCTIVITY

    Introduction

    What is the product?

    Low end controller

    Replace simple relay applications

    For I/O count discrete applications with limited analog capabilities

    Programmed with Proficy Machine Edition

    or VersaPro

    I/O, communications, power supply and

    processor in one integrated package

    Instruction set is a subset of Series 90-30 and VersaMax modular

    Lowest cost solution for low end control

    Wide range of I/O expansion options

    VersaMax Micro

    VersaMax Nano

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Introduction VersaMax Nano

    Key Features: 2K words of Logic Memory 1.2 microseconds per Boolean

    Operation Execution Compact - 75mm x 80mm 47mm Built-in RS-232 Serial Port Programming Port Modem Ready Interface to Bar Code Readers, Pagers..

    Powerful Instructions PID Floating Point Math Subroutines Serial Read and Write Commands VersaMax Nano

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Introduction VersaMax Micro

    Key Features: 9K words of logic memory Control and monitor up to 140 I/O 1.0 microseconds per boolean

    operation execution Real Time Clock and battery

    backed data available Two communication ports

    Programming port Modem ready Serial Read/Write, Modbus Master/Slave

    Interface to Bar Code Readers, Pagers..

    Flexible I/O, discrete, analog, and motion

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Product Strategy Future Plans

    New VersaMax Micro 64 Target 2nd Qtr 2005

    > Key features

    100Khz High Speed Counter

    65Khz PWM or Pulse Train Outputs

    32K of words data storage

    32Kbytes of user program storage

    Write to FLASH. No external battery required

    > Other key features

    Optional second port (RS-232, RS-485 or USB) with two analog inputs built in (0 to 10VDC). Analog not available on the USB port.

    Optional FLASH module for program storage/download

    Supports new low cost expansion modules (4 in/4 out, 8 in, 8 out, 16 in and 16 out) in addition to existing VersaMax Micro expansion units.

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Product Overview VersaMax Nano

    All in one controller with the following features:

    Product has 6 inputs and 4 outputs Input and output voltages include 12VDC, 24VDC

    inputs and 12VDC, 24VDC and relay outputs Supports up to 2 High Speed Counters (10Khz) Up to 3 PWM/Pulse Train Outputs (5Khz)

    Variable Frequency Function Multi-step Ramping

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    VersaMax MicroProduct Overview

    All in one controller with the following features:

    Three module types available: Discrete I/O (8 in/6 out) with one serial port

    Discrete I/O (16 in/12 out) with two serial port and Real Time

    Clock and battery backed data

    Discrete I/O (16 in/12 out), Analog I/O (2 in/1 out) with two serial

    port and Real Time Clock and battery backed data

    Input and output voltages include 12VDC, 24VDC inputs and 12VDC, 24VDC, 120/240VAC and relay outputs

    Analog options include voltage, current, and RTD 23 discrete and analog expansion modules available Serial ports support SNP, Modbus Master/Slave and

    Serial Read and Write Long term battery back up for over a year of

    continuous power loss

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Model P/S Input Voltage Output Voltage Relay Output Analog I/O RTD

    14 Point CPU

    (7 models)

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120/240VAC

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120VAC

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120/240VAC

    2 amp

    10 amp

    28 Point CPU

    (8 models)

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120/240VAC

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120VAC

    12VDC

    24VDC

    24VDC ESCP

    120/240VAC

    2 amp

    10 amp

    23 Point CPU

    (3 models)

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120/240VAC

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120VAC

    24VDC Output on 24VDC and

    120/240VAC P/S2 amp

    2 In

    1 Out

    14 and 28 Point Expansion Units

    (16 models)

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120/240VAC

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120VAC

    12VDC

    24VDC

    24VDC ESCP

    120/240VAC

    2 amp

    10 amp

    Analog Expansion (7 models)

    12VDC

    24VDC

    120/240VAC

    4 In /

    2 Out

    4 RTD In4 RTD /2 AnalogOut

    Product Overview VersaMax Micro Models

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    VersaMax SEProduct Overview

    VersaMax SE - Serial to Ethernet RS-232 or RS-485 (16 devices) serial port 10/100BASE-T Ethernet Interface (RJ45) Serial Protocol support - ASCII, RTU and

    SNP Ethernet Protocol support - TCP/IP, GE

    Fanuc SRTP and Modbus TCP/IP Support VersaPro and Proficy Machine

    Edition Programming upload/download

    Applications - Any device that has a serial interface and needs to be linked to Ethernet. PLCs, Drives, Softstarters, Bar Code Readers, Scales.etc.

    VersaMax SE provides a

    simple and cost effective

    connection to an Ethernet

    LAN

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    VersaMax DP Operator Interfaces

    Ideal for a wide range of Applications VersaMax Micro and Nano Ready

    Preinstalled VersaMax Micro and Nano Drivers System Diagnostic Screens Pre-made cable for quick connection

    Key Features: Programmable Function/Numeric Keys Up to 200 messages Navigation and edit keys Programmable LEDs Alarm, recipes and Menu Support

    DP 20

    DP 45

    DP 65

    DP 85

    VersaMax DP Operator

    Interfaces

    Product Overview

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    VersaPro and Proficy Machine Edition Programming Software provides IEC programming using Windows 95/98/2000 and Windows NT

    Editor OptionsRelay Ladder DiagramInstruction List

    Family Compatible with GE Fanuc controllers

    Programming SoftwareProduct Overview

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Powerful PDA Tools

    Trouble Shooting and

    Commissioning Tool

    Product Overview

    Display and Modify PLC CPU State (Run/Stop)

    Display and Modify I/O States Display variable name, description, reference address, On/Off State, and Force State

    Display and Modify Register Values Displays variable name, description, address, and value

    Transfer list of variables from Programmer to PDA using SNF file format

    View and Clear PLC & I/O Fault Tables

    View default Reference Tables

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    VersaMax Micro and Nano - Technical Presentation

    Technical Specification

    VersaMax Nano and Micro Controllers

    Controller Specifications Controller Types

    General Specifications Nano 10 Point CPU

    Micro 14 Point CPU

    Micro 28 Point and 23 Point CPU

    Processor Type Hitachi Super H Processor Operating at 28.0 MHz Execution Time (Per Boolean Operation) 1.2 sec. 1.0 sec.

    Program Storage 1Meg FLASH. RAM backed by SuperCap

    1 Meg FLASH. RAM backed by SuperCap with optional battery

    User Program Logic Memory 2K bytes 18K bytes

    Real Time Clock Support No Yes Physical I/O built-in to the Nano or Micro

    without expansion 10 Point Digital:

    6 In / 4 Out Analog:

    1 In (Opt.)

    14 Point Digital:

    8 In / 6 Out

    28 Point Digital:

    16 In / 12 Out

    23 Point Digital:

    13 In /10 Out Analog:

    2 In / 1 Out

    Maximum Physical I/O Capacity (CPUs Supports up to 4 Expansion Units)

    No Expansion

    Digital: 72 In /54 Out

    Analog: 16 In/ 8 Out

    Digital: 80 In / 60 Out

    Analog: 16 In /8 Out

    Digital: 65 In /58 Out

    Analog: 18 In / 9 Out

    I/O and Register Addressing

    Discrete Inputs 512 bits (%I0001 to 512)

    Discrete Outputs 512 bits (%Q0001 to 512)

    Discrete Global References 1280 bits (%G001 to 1280)

    Discrete Internal Coils (Battery Backed) 1024 bits (%M001 to 1024)

    Discrete Temporary Coils 256 bits (%T0001 to 256) Registers (Battery or SuperCap Backup) 256 words (%R01 to 256) 2048 words (%R001

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