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The CPU I/O Modules

FEC FC20, FC21, FC22, FC23 , FC30


and FC34

• Powerful AMD processor


AM186 (20 Mhz, 2 Mips) with 16-bit memory access, 256 Kbytes
or 512 Kbytes of RAM

• Flash disk
• Ethernet 10BASE T (FC34)
Telnet, TFTP, TCP/IP, Web-Server A member
of the
Festo
group

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Contents

Foreword ...................................................................................................................................... 6
Customer service experience ........................................................................ 6
About this manual ......................................................................................... 7
FEC - The Control CPU .................................................................................... 7
CE Confirmation ............................................................................................ 8
Important installation instructions ................................................................ 8
User safety and device protection ................................................................ 10
Warnings ....................................................................................................... 10
Information bar functions ............................................................................. 11
Short description of module variants ............................................................ 12

Installation and use ..................................................................................................................... 15


Area of use .................................................................................................... 15
Scope of delivery ........................................................................................... 15

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FC components 20/21/22/23/30/34 ............................................................ 16
Start-up requirements ................................................................................... 21
During installation ......................................................................................... 22
During mounting ........................................................................................... 23
Mounting ....................................................................................................... 24
DC supply, power-consuming inputs .............................................................. 25
DC supply, power-supplying inputs ................................................................ 26
AC power supply, power-consuming inputs ................................................... 27
AC power supply, power supplying inputs ...................................................... 28
The COM Programming Interface .................................................................. 29
Example connection (FEC to external computer) .......................................... 30
Example connection (FEC to external computer) .......................................... 31
COM interface pin assignment ...................................................................... 32
COM interface pin assignment ...................................................................... 33
EXT interface pin assignment ........................................................................ 34
Example crossover cable connection with the external interface ................. 35
Network connector (TP) pin assignment ....................................................... 36
Networking of two FEC FC34 .......................................................................... 37
Network configuration with 10BASE T ........................................................... 38
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During wiring ................................................................................................. 40
Transistor output wiring diagram .................................................................. 42
Relay output wiring diagram ......................................................................... 43
Solid-state relay outputs wiring diagram ...................................................... 44
Relay output wiring diagram ......................................................................... 45
Service life of relay output contacts .............................................................. 46
Output behaviour if overload/short circuit occurs the FC30/FC34 ................ 47
Important notes ............................................................................................ 48
Adapted PC compatibility .............................................................................. 50
Software requirements ................................................................................. 51
Differences to industry standard PC ............................................................. 52
Additional features compared to industry standard PC ................................ 52

Special functions .......................................................................................................................... 53


RUN/STOP switch .......................................................................................... 53
Status LED ..................................................................................................... 53
Fast counters ................................................................................................. 53
Interrupt inputs ............................................................................................. 53
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Incremental encoder ..................................................................................... 54
Analog potentiometer (trimmer) ................................................................... 54
The timer function ......................................................................................... 54
Extension interface/remote expansion ........................................................ 55
Ethernet network .......................................................................................... 57

Fault fixing .................................................................................................................................... 58


Troubleshooting information ........................................................................ 58
What do I do if….. ........................................................................................... 58

Appendix ...................................................................................................................................... 61
Manual change status ................................................................................... 61
Hardware change status ............................................................................... 61
Opening the housing ..................................................................................... 62
Technical data ............................................................................................... 67
Ordering information ..................................................................................... 74

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Foreword

Customer service experience We have been providing software, hardware,


service and information for industrial PC’s and
As far as we are concerned, our company’s automation equipment for 15 years. Reliable
reputation as an innovative source of ideas delivery and service are combined with a con-
represents confirmation of our standards and tinuously expanding product range and ever-
also an obligation to maintain them. Our repu- decreasing intervals between new innovati-
tation is based on communicating with our ons.
customers and carefully monitoring the mar-
ket. Our target is customer satisfaction. Our custo-
mers’ success, and therefore our own, is based
Our customers make extremely high demands on consistent quality management, a unique
with regard to reliability, service life, flexibility, range of products and highly motivated staff
ease of operation and environmental compa- who are full of ideas.
tibility. They also expect expert advice, rapid
service, qualified support and product training.

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About this manual operated. Before installing the module the
contents of this manual must have been read
We would like to thank you for choosing to buy and understood. If in doubt about the operati-
the FEC FC34-FST module. We are pleased to on or use of the module, please contact your
welcome you as one of our customers. nearest BECK IPC GmbH office.

Please read through this manual carefully be


before beginning with the installation. The FEC
FEC FC20, FEC FC21, FEC FC22, FEC FC23, FEC
FC30 and FC34 module is designed to be a low- FEC - The Control CPU
cost, versatile industrial controller that is quick
and easy to install and can be operated by Pure control technology, 12 inputs, 8 outputs
personnel with limited experience of pro- with status LED, network, ( FC34 only )with fast
grammable controllers. counter inputs, with connection facility for a
FEC as an I/O module. All of this fits into a FEC!
This manual contains text, diagrams and ex-
planations that show the reader how the mo-
dule is correctly installed and safety used and

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CE Confirmation This is a class A device. It can cause transmissi-
on interference in built-up areas. In this case it
The manufacturer BECK IPC GmbH declares in is the responsibility of the user to take appro-
sole responsibility that the products priate measures and bear any costs incurred
by problems of this nature.

FEC FC20, FEC FC21, FEC FC22, FEC FC23, Important installation instructions
FEC FC30 and FEC FC34
Isolating conditions:
complies with directive 89/336/EWG in harmo-
nisation with the following standards: Only use power supplies that guarantee relia-
ble operating voltage isolation in accordance
Noise immunity EN 50082-2 with IEC 742 / EN 60742 / VDE 0551, PELV with
at least 4 kV of dielectric strength for the 24 V
Emitted interference EN 50081-2 DC power supply (power connections) and the
power supply to the digital inputs (nominal 24
V DC).

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Switched mode power supplies with reliable The power relays that are used allow mains
isolation as per EN 60950 / VDE 0805 are voltages of overload category II to be switched
permitted. directly, and the isolation strength between
the contacts and the coil is greater than 4 kV.
The PS1 PSE3 power supply meet the above
requirements. The 24 V DC sensor supply pro- The solid-state relays that are used allow AC
vided in the FC21 and FC23 products meets the voltages in overload category I to be switched.
above requirement for reliable mains voltage
isolation and can therefore be used for supp- Interference immunity:
lying the digital inputs, provided that potential
isolation from the internal system voltage is Only shielded cable should be used for TP and
not required for providing interference immu- cross-over cables. TP cables of type S/STP are
nity, for example. suitable. The shields should be connected to
an interference-free earth at both ends, over a
Power supplies with basic isolation and 2.5 kV large area and with low impedance.
of dielectric strength are permitted for supp-
lying the power to the digital transistor out-
puts (24 V DC nominal).

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The housings of the hubs that are used should Warnings
also be earthed with low impedance.
• The identified danger could
User safety and device protection possibly cause damage to per-
sons or property.
!
This manual is intended for the use of trained
specialists when installing the FEC FC34-FST • Point of further interest or more
module. Safety guidelines are defined in the detailed explanation. STOP
European directives for machinery, low volta-
ge and EMC. Throughout this manual, symbols
are used to highlight information relating to
the user’s personal safety and the safeguar-
ding of the machine’s integrity. Whenever any
of these symbols are encountered, the asso-
ciated note should be read and understood.

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Information bar functions FC20

Since this manual describes several types of These pages do not apply to your FEC.
FEC modules, the right-hand margin contains FC21
an information bar informing you whether the
page contains important information for your
particular FEC module. These pages contain important infor-
mation which you must read. FC22

FC23

FC30

FC34

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Short description of module variants FC20
FEC FC20 FEC FC21
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC21
Sensor FC20 Sensor FC21
Supply Supply

IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Power Power
FC22
Power Power
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run

12 inputs and 8 relay outputs, supply voltage 12 inputs and 8 relay outputs, supply voltage FC23
24 V DC 110 to 230 V AC

Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 60 mm FC30

FC34

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FC20

FEC FC22 FEC FC23


24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC21
Sensor FC22 Sensor FC23
Supply Supply

IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Power Power
FC22
Power Power
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run

12 inputs and 8 solid-state relay outputs, sup- 12 inputs and 8 solid-state relay outputs, sup- FC23
ply voltage 24 V DC ply voltage 110 to 230 V AC

Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 60 mm FC30

FC34

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FC20

FEC FC30 FEC FC34


24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC21
Sensor FC30 Sensor FC34
Supply Supply

IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TP

Power Power
FC22
Power Power
24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Run 24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Run

12 inputs and 8 outputs, consisting of 2 relay 12 inputs and 8 outputs, consisting of 2 relay FC23
and 6 transistor outputs, supply voltage 24 V and 6 transistor outputs, Ethernet 10Base T,
DC supply voltage 24 V DC
FC30
Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm

FC34

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Installation and use FC20

Area of use Scope of delivery FC21


The modules described in this manual are FEC The scope of delivery of the module includes:
components that have been designed for pro-
cess control. • one module FEC FC20, FEC FC21, FEC FC22, FC22
FEC FC23, FEC FC30 or FEC FC34

Up-to-date information such as drivers, manu- FC23


als or datasheets can be obtained from our
Website at:
FC30
http://www.beck-ipc.com

under the point download. FC34

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The elements of the FC 20/21/22/23/30/34 1 Sensor supply 24 V DC 100 mA FC20
2 Sensor supply 0 V
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 3 Input E0.0 7 Input E0.4
4 Input E0.1 8 Input E0.5
FC21
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 5 Input E0.2 9 Input E0.6
6 Input E0.3 10 Input E0.7
11 Shared potential S0 for E0.0 ... E0.7
RUN STOP

12 Input E1.0 FC22


18
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 13 Input E1.1
Sensor FC20

14 Input E1.2
Supply

IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

OUT 0 1 2 ! 4 # 6 7
15 Input E1.3 FC23
Power
19
16 Shared potential S1 for E1.0 ... E1.7
Power
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run

17 RUN/STOP switch
EXT. C OM

18 Analog potentiometer (trimmer) FC30


20 19 Power LED (power supply)
20 Status LED (status indicator)

FC34

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21 Sensor supply 24 V DC FC20
22 Sensor supply 0 V
23 Function earth
24 Output A0.0
FC21
RUN STOP

25 Output A0.1
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3

26 Output A0.2
Sensor FC20
Supply

IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

27 Output A0.3
FC22
OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

28 Shared connection C0 for A0.0...A0.3


Power

Power
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run

29 Output A0.4
30 Output A0.5
EXT. C OM

31 Shared connection C1 for A0.4...A0.5 FC23


32 Output A0.6
21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 33 Output A0.7
34 Shared connection C2 for A0.6...A0.7 FC30
22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 35 Connector for expansions (EXT)
36 Serial interface(COM)

FC34

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21 Voltage supply L FC20
22 Voltage supply N
23 Function earth
24 Output A0.0
FC21
RUN STOP

25 Output A0.1
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3
Sensor
Supply
FC21
26 Output A0.2
27 Output A0.3
IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

FC22
OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

28 Shared connection C0
Power

Power
L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run

29 Output A0.4
30 Output A0.5
EXT. C OM

31 Shared connection C1 FC23


32 Output A0.6
21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 33 Output A0.7
34 Shared connection C2 FC30
22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 35 Connector for expansions (EXT)
36 Serial interface (COM)

FC34

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21 Sensor supply 24 V DC FC20
22 Sensor supply 0 V
23 Function earth
24 Shared connection C0 for A0.0 ... A0.1
FC21
RUN STOP

25 Output A0.0
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3
Sensor
Supply
FC30
26 Output A0.1
27 Output A0.2
IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

FC22
OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

28 Output A0.3
Power

Power
24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Run

29 Output A0.4
EXT. C OM
30 Output A0.5
31 Output A0.6 FC23
32 Output A0.7
21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 33 Output supply C+
34 Output supply C- FC30
22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 35 Connector for expansions (EXT)
36 Serial interface (COM)

FC34

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21 Sensor supply 24 V DC FC20
22 Sensor supply 0 V
23 Function earth
24 Shared connection C0 for A0.0 ... A0.1
FC21
RUN STOP

25 Output A0.0
24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3
Sensor FC34
26 Output A0.1
38
Supply

27 Output A0.2
IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
FC22
OUT TP

28 Output A0.3
Power

Power
24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Run 37
29 Output A0.4
EXT. C OM
30 Output A0.5
31 Output A0.6 FC23
32 Output A0.7
21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 33 Output supply C+
34 Output supply C- FC30
22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 35 Connector for expansions (EXT)
36 Serial interface (COM)
37 Network connection 10Base T FC34
38 Link/Traffic LED for network activity

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Start-up requirements • External computer such as PC, laptop etc. FC20
with a free COM port (preferably a Win-
• One FEC FC20/FC21/FC22/FC23, FEC FC30 dows system).
or FEC FC34 module (scope of delivery)
FC21
• Module-specific software with drivers and
• Sensor supply 24 V DC, e. g. PS1 PSE3 example programs. This software can be
downloaded from the Internet address
• When using the FEC FC30 and FEC FC34 FC22
modules, an SM14 connecting cable bet- http://www.beck-ipc.com
ween the FEC and the external computer,
consisting of a null model cable and an The software is also available on CD. FC23
adapter cable.

• When using one of the FEC FC20/FC21/ FC30


FC22/FC23 modules, connecting cables FEC
KSD2 and PS1 ZK11 between the above-
mentioned FEC modules and the external
FC34
computer.

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During installation • near high voltage devices or cables. FC20
When you are installing the FEC, please pay
attention to the ambient conditions in which
FC21
the device will normally be operating.

Please do not install the FEC


FC22
• in areas that are subjected to
excessive amounts of dust, oil
spray, conductive dust or corro-
! FC23
sive gas;

• in areas that are subjected to shock or FC30


vibration;

• in areas that are subjected to high tempe-


FC34
ratures, direct sunlight, moisture or rain;

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During mounting FC20
Always install the device as far away as possi-
ble from high voltage devices and large power
FC21
supplies.

Please ensure that no pieces of wire,


FC22
fillings or swarf fall into the device
when you are drilling holes or con-
!
necting wires.
FC23
Do not install the device immediately above a
heat-generating source, such as a heater, cur-
rent converter or high wattage resistor. FC30
If the ambient temperature in the switch cabi-
net is above 55ºC, a ventilator must be instal-
FC34
led in order to provide external ventilation.

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Mounting FC20

The module can be screw-connected using the


mounting holes (4 mm) at either side or directly FC21
connected to a top-hat rail by hooking the
module onto the upper edge of the rail and
pulling the mounting bracket down by hand or
using a suitable tool. The module now automa- FC22
tically latches onto the top-hat rail.

FC23

FC30

FC34

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DC supply, power-consuming inputs FC20
(Sensor supply utilisation)
A
• •
FC21
B •
24 V 0V 24 V 0V S0 E0.0 E0.1 E0.2
C VCC VCC VCC FC22
• • •
24 V • • •
D • • •
FC23
DC/DC VCC
(5V)
FEC
FC30
A Function earth
B Direct current supply
C Sensor supply FC34
D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315mA)

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DC supply, power-supplying inputs FC20
(Sensor supply utilisation)
A
• •
B • FC21
24 V 0V 24 V 0V S0 E0.0 E0.1 E0.2
C VCC VCC VCC
• • •
FC22
24 V • • •
D • • •

DC/DC VCC FC23


(5V)
FEC

FC30
A Function earth
B Direct current supply
C Sensor supply FC34
D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315mA)

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AC power supply, power-consuming inputs FC20
(Sensor supply utilisation)
A
• •
B • FC21
L N 24 V 0V S0 E0.0 E0.1 E0.2

D C VCC VCC VCC


• • • • •
FC22
• • • •
• • •
• •
• FC23
24 V
• E
DC/DC DC/DC V CC
FEC • • (5V)
FC30

A Function earth C Sensor supply


B AC power supply D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315 mA) FC34
E Fuse 800 mA slow (T800 mA)

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AC power supply, power supplying inputs FC20
(Sensor supply utilisation)
A
• •
B • FC21
L N 24 V 0V S0 E0.0 E0.1 E0.2

D C V CC VCC VCC
• • • • •
FC22
• • • •
• • •
• •
• FC23
24 V
• E
DC/DC DC/DC V CC
• • (5V)
FC30
FEC

A Function earth C Sensor supply


B AC power supply D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315 mA) FC34
E Fuse 800 mA slow (T800 mA)

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The COM Programming Interface FC20
For FEC FC20, FEC FC21, FEC FC22, and FEC For FEC FC30 and FEC FC34:
FC23:
FC21
Connect the FEC module to the development
Connect the FEC module to the development computer using the SM14 connecting cable.
computer using the (FEC KSD2) connecting
cable. To do this, plug the end of the FEC KSD2 FC22
with the RJ11 plug attached to it into the socket
marked COM. Connect the other end to an
interface on your development computer. FC23

FC30

FC34

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Example connection (FEC to external com- 1 FEC FC20
puter) 2 KSD2 connecting cable for FC20/FC21/
FC22/FC23
3 External PC (Laptop)
FC21

1
FC22

2 FC23

3
FC30

FC34

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Example connection (FEC to external com- 1 FEC FC20
puter) 2 SM14 connecting cable for FC30/FC34
3 Externnal PC (Laptop)
4 Null modem cable
FC21

1 FC22

2
FC23
3

FC30
4

FC34

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COM interface pin assignment Pin no. Signalname FC20
1 RXD
2 TXD
3 DTR
1 FC21
4 GND
2

3
FC22
The opto-decoupled FEC-COM
4 interface works at signal levels
STOP within the +/- 5 V to +/- 15 V FC23
range. If communication pro-
blems occur, the service device
that you are using may be sup-
FC30
plying a lesser level.

FC34

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COM interface pin assignment Pin no. Signal name FC20
1 +5 V
2 GND
3 TXD FC21
1
4 RXD
2
5 CTS
6 RTS
FC22
3

4
The FEC COM interface works FC23
5 at TTL levels (5 V). Only use the
STOP provided accessories, e.g. SM
6 14.
FC30

FC34

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EXT interface pin assignment Pin no. Signal name FC20
1 +5 V
2 GND
3 TXD FC21
1
4 RXD
2
5 CTS
6 RTS
FC22
3

4
The FEC-EXT interface works FC23
5 using TTL levels (5V). Only use
STOP the relevant accessory, e.g.
SM 14.
6
FC30

FC34

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Example crossover cable connection with FC20
the external interface
1 1 The FEC FC20 or FEC FC30 inputs
RUN S TO P RUN S TO P
and outputs can be added to FC21
those of the FEC FC34 using a
FEC KSD4 crossover cable.
2 4V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 2 4V 0V  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3
S en so r FC21 S en s or FC30
S up pl y S up p ly

IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3

FC22
S1 S1

O UT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

P ow er
4 O UT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

P ow e r
5
P ow er P ow e r
L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Ru n 2 4V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Ru n

EXT . CO M EXT . CO M

FC23
2 2
3

1 Local sensor supply +24 V DC FC30


2 Local voltage supply +24 V DC
3 Crossover cable FEC KSD4
4 FEC FC30 as (master) FC34
5 FEC FC20 as slave (remote)

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Network connector (TP) pin assignment Pin no. Signal name FC20
1 TD+
2 TD-
1
3 RD+ FC21
4 -
2 5 -
6 RD
3 7 -
FC22
8 -
4
FC23
5

6
FC30
7

8
FC34

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Networking of two FEC FC34 1 TD+ FC20
2 TD-
3 RD+
4 not used FC21
5 not used
6 RD-
7 not used
FC22
8 not used

1 1
FC23

FC30
8 8

FC34

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Network configuration with 10BASE T FC20
9 FEC FC34
10 Hub (star distributor)
11 Twisted pair cable FC21
9

FC22
9

FC23
9
11 11

11 FC30

FC34
10

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Segment lengths FC20
Max. segment length: 100 m
Max. number of transceivers per segment: hub-dependent
FC21
Min. distance between transceivers: any

FC22

FC23

FC30

FC34

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During wiring FC20
Install the input and output signal wires in
separate cable conduits and avoid bunching
FC21
them together.

Do not use the same multi-core cable for wiring


the signal inputs and outputs. FC22

FC23

FC30

FC34

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Warning Caution: FC20
If the power supply terminals are wrongly Please ensure that the power is switched off
connected, a short circuit between before you replace cables or carry out other
the incoming direct current wires STOP FC21
and the power supply cable or a
work.
short circuit within the outgoing wires can
cause considerable damage to the module. If you need to measure the maximum insulati-
on voltage and the insulating resistance of the FC22
FEC module, disconnect the incoming and out-
going wires and the power cable from the mo-
Before switching on the power, check the po-
dule and carry out the measurements across FC23
wer supply and earth connections and the in-
all the terminals and the earth terminal using a
coming and outgoing connections.
common point.
Please ensure that none of the installation FC30
screws are loose. Make sure that no screw
terminals for external connections are loose.
There must be no visible damage to external FC34
connections.

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Transistor output wiring diagram FC20

internal external FC21


+5 V +24 V
C+

FC22

Power supply
KS1)
Output FC23
A0.2 ... A0.7

motor ...
FC30

Lamp
C-
0V
1) Analog current restriction to 4 A / 200 ms FC34
Analog short circuit/overload protection, thermal only

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Relay output wiring diagram FC20

FC21
internal external
+5 V +24 V nom.
C+
FC22

Power supply
KS Output FC23

Load supply
A0.0 ... A0.1
*

C0
FC30

C-
0V FC34
*) max. 5 A 250 V AC/ 30 V DC

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Solid-state relay outputs wiring diagram FC20

FC21
internal external
+24 V (internal)

FC22

Load supply
Output FC23
A0.0 ... A0.3
Solid State *
Relais
C0
FC30
-

FC34
*) max. 264 V AC / 125 V DC

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Relay output wiring diagram FC20

FC21
internal external
+24 V (internal)

FC22

Load supply
Output FC23
A0.0 ... A0.3

*
C0
FC30
-

FC34
*) max. 5A / 250 V AC / 30 V DC

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Service life of relay output contacts FC20

Current/load Ohmic load Inductive load


No current 20.000.000 cycles 20.000.000 cycles FC21
0,2 A 1.000.000 cycles 800.000 cycles
1A 500.000 cycles 300.000 cycles
2A 300.000 cycles 100.000 cycles FC22
5 A max. 100.000 cycles -

Measures to suppress voltage surges should FC23


be taken if necessary when using inductive
loads.
FC30

FC34

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Output behaviour if overload/short circuit The process cycle time depends on the magni- FC20
occurs the FC30/FC34 tude of the load. If there is only a minimal
overload, the cycle time can be up to several
Transistor outputs A0.2 to A0.7 are indepen- minutes, and if there is a major overload this
FC21
dently protected against short circuits and time may be less than 1 second.
overloads.

If short circuit or overload current is applied, FC22


the switching transistor heats up. The over-
heating fuse switches the output concerned
off, meaning that the switching transistor can FC23
cool down again. Subsequently the output con-
cerned is reactivated. If overload current is still
present after reactivation, the process starts FC30
again from the beginning.

FC34

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Important notes • For EMERGENCY STOP functions FC20
the output loads should be swit- STOP
• The maximum signal voltage at ched off using a switch outside
the digital inputs may not exceed
the supply voltage
! the module that disconnects the
current from the output termi-
FC21
nals.
• Do not connect any of the unu-
sed terminals. • If you connect an EMERGENCY FC22
STOP circuit, please be sure to
• If loads such as forward/back- comply with local wiring and safe-
ward motor contactors are pre- ty regulations. FC23
sent that may be dangerous if
they are switched on simultane-
ously, external locking mecha- • Connecting a power surge sup- FC30
nisms and programmable locks pressor parallel to an inductive !
should be provided in order to load reduces the generation of
prevent such loads from being electrical interference.
FC34
activated simultaneously.

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• The supply voltage is not protec- FC20
ted against reverse polarity.
Check the polarity of the supply
voltage before starting up.
!
FC21

FC22

FC23

FC30

FC34

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Adapted PC compatibility FC20
The AM186ES/ED chip set that is used in the
FEC is only PC compatible to a limited extent.
FC21
Component PC compatible If yes If no Workaround (SW)
x86 core ü 80186
8250 UART - AMD-specific Fossil driver FC22
-FIFO n/a Serial port DMA
8254 PIT - AMD-specific PS1 service interrupt
8259 PIC - AMD-specific PDS1 service interrupt
FC23
CMOS RAM - XT Flash memory
6845 CRTC n/a Remote console
8042 KEYB n/a Remote console
8272 FDC n/a Flash disk FC30
IDE n/a
MAC FC34ü NE2000 Packet driver
Power on LED ü Status LED PS1 service interrupt FC34
BIOS ü DL MiniBIOS

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Software requirements Function Sub funct. Task
10h 0Eh TTY char output
BIOS: Datalight MiniBIOS
11h Get equipment
12h Get memory size
DOS: Datalight ROM-DOS 5.0 (equivalent
14h Serial I/0
to MS-DOS 5.0); no INT 2Fh support (Fossil driver)
16h 0 Ready TTY char
16h 1 Get TTY status
16h 2 Get TTY flags
19h Reboot system
1Ah 0 Get tick count
1Ah 1 Set tick count
1Ch Timer tick (DOS =
55 ms) FST = 13ms)

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Differences to industry standard PC • On-board flash disk FC20
• Datalight MiniBIOS with reduced BIOS sup- • Programming of ”On-chip peripherals”
port (see previous page for list of BIOS (PIC, timer, UART) completely different from
functions) FC21
standard PC

• Datalight ROM DOS (equivalent to MS-DOS • Different IRQ number assignments


5.0) FC22

• No keyboard and video controller/video


RAM available Additional features compared to industry FC23
standard PC
• Standard I/O diverted to a terminal using
serial interface (DOS INT 21 and BIOS INT • Service interrupt support of FC34 functions
(digital I/O, counters, Ethernet network,
FC30
10)
status LED).
• approx. 480 kBytes of free RAM in the FC30/
FC34 and approx. 210 kBytes in the FC20, FC34
FC21, FC22 and FC23.

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Special functions FC20

RUN/STOP switch Fast counters


FC21
The FEC has a RUN/STOP switch that can be Inputs E1.2 and E1.3 can be independently
interrogated by the software. configured as fast counter inputs and used to
count counter pulses up to a frequency of 2 FC22
Status LED kHz. The counters are 16-bit (0 to 65535) and
are configured and evaluated using the provi-
The FEC has a status LED which can be green, ded program library. Inputs that are configu- FC23
orange or red. The LED can be programmed by red as counters can also be read in as normal
the software that is being used and usually digital inputs.
indicates the current program status. The LED
can also flash in all three colours. Interrupt inputs FC30

Inputs E1.0 and E1.1 can be individually confi-


gured as interrupt inputs. Like the counter in- FC34
puts, the interrupt inputs can be software con-

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figured and high level language user routines Analog potentiometer (trimmer) FC20
used for interrupt handling. Inputs that can be
configured as interrupt inputs can also be read The FEC has an analog potentiometer that can
in as normal digital inputs. be easily adjusted within a range of 1 to 63
FC21
(decimal) using a screwdriver. This value can
Incremental encoder be read by the software that is used. Tasks
such as “fine tuning” of operating parameters
The FEC has a 16-bit software incremental en- (e. g. numeric values) and many similar tasks FC22
coder (see AB direction detection) that can can be executed in a cost-saving way using this
process counter pulses of up to 200 Hz. Con- integrated feature.
nection takes place using the two interrupt FC23
inputs E1.0 and E1.1. An optional reference The timer function
switch can be connected using input E0.7.
The FEC has an extremely flexible timer function
that makes it possible to configure up to 32 32- FC30
bit timers. The time base for each timer can be
adjusted in multiples of 4.58 ms using a confi-
gurable 16-bit distributor. This means that FC34

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times ranging from 4.58 ms to (theoretically) RUN/STOP switch on the remote and slave sta- FC20
several years can be measured. tions. The slave station cannot have its own
control program.
Extension interface/remote expansion
FC21
Since both stations are connected via a TTL
The FEC module has an extension interface via interface, this may only be implemented using
which the FEC (not FC34) module can be con- an original FEC KSD4 cable (max. 30 cm). If the
nected as a remote expansion or another seri- cable is any longer, reliable operation of the FC22
al device with max. 115 Kbaud can be actua- remote connection is no longer guaranteed. If
ted. strong EMC radiation is present, both of the
connected stations should be installed in a FC23
In order to connect an FEC as a remote expan-
sion you require an FEC KSD4 cable. The remo-
te expansion is configured and actuated using
the provided program library. The module on FC30
which the remote function is software-activa-
ted acts as a master station and contains the
control program. The master station has read/ FC34
write access to the inputs and outputs and the

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screened switch cabinet. FC20
If a serial device is to be connected to the
extension interface, please remember that the
FC21
interface produces TTL signals and is not gal-
vanically separated. The user must use appro-
priate hardware to carry out any application-
dependent RS 232 signal level conversions FC22
using the SM14, for example.

FC23

FC30

FC34

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Ethernet network FC20
The FEC FC34 has network functions that can
be used using the 8-pin RJ45 connector (10Base
FC21
T).

The standard settings are:


FC22
Interrupt 3

Port 0x300 FC23

FC30

FC34

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Fault fixing FC20

Troubleshooting information What do I do if…..


FC21
Please ensure that the installation instructions Problem
in the manual have been correctly followed.
Check whether the FEC has been connected The module doesn’t react. FC22
using undamaged cables that comply with the
relevant standards. Furthermore, you should Remedy
also make sure that the FEC is being provided FC23
with the correct supply voltage. Restart the module. Disconnect the power sup-
ply to the module for several seconds.
FC30

FC34

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Problem Remedy FC20
The status of the I/O control LED does not Check that the input device is working correct-
correspond with the actual output status. ly, check for loose contacts or other irregulari-
FC21
ties.
Remedy
An input that is switched on or off within a time
Check whether the output device is working period that is shorter than the operating cycle FC22
correctly. Check whether the required voltage or the module sampling time may not be detec-
is present at the output terminals. ted.
FC23
Problem

The operating status of the input device does FC30


not correspond with the status of the I/O con-
trol LED’s for this input.
FC34

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Problem FC20

Power LED is off, although the operating volta-


ge is present. FC21
Remedy

Disconnect the device from the power, then FC22


open the housing and check the fuse.

More information on this subject can be found FC23


in the chapter entitled “Opening the housing”
in the appendix to this manual.
FC30

FC34

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Appendix FC20

Manual change status


FC21
Version Data Change
0.1 01.11.99 First version
1.2 03.07.2000 various correction FC22
Hardware change status
PM-no. Hardwareversion Change FC23
From FECFC20 962701-7 H00 First version
From FECFC21 962701-7 H00 First version
From FECFC22 962701-6 H00 First version
FC30
From FECFC23 962701-6 H00 First version
From FECFC30 974201-4 H00 First version FC34
From FECFC34 01-1 H00 First version

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Opening the housing Attention FC20
The module should only be opened by a tech- Ensure that no supply voltage is
nical expert with appropriate experience in present. It is extremely important

!
to disconnect the system from FC21
handling electronic components. Open the
the power supply before
module housing by pushing in the catches on opening the housing.
the right-hand side of the housing (see figure
1) using a suitable implement and simultane- FC22
ously lifting the upper section of the housing.

FC23

FC30

FC34

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FC20

FC21

E E FC22

F
FC23

FC30

Figure 1
E Latching points for securing hooks FC34
F Module housing (side view)

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The FEC FC21 and FEC FC23 modules are equip- FC20
ped with a power supply fuse (800 mA, slow-
G I acting) and a 315 mA main board fuse (slow-
acting). Take care not to transpose the two
FC21
fuse ratings. Once the upper section of the
housing has been opened, the power supply
fuse can be seen on the power supply board in
the lower section of the housing (figure 2 - FEC FC22
FC21 and FEC FC23 only).

FC23

FC30

Figure 2
G Power supply board FC34
I 800 mA fuse, slow-acting (T 800)

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To replace the fuse on the main board, the FC20
J
main board must be removed from the upper
section of the housing. To do this, please undo
the two recessed-head screws shown in figure
FC21
3.
G

FC22

FC23

FC30

Figure 3
J G Main board FC34
J Recessed-head screws

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Figure 4 FC20
G Main board
H I
H Screw terminal connection
I 315 mA fuse, slow-acting (T 315) FC21
G
H

Now the board can be removed from the upper


FC22
section of the housing and the fuse removed
from its holder using a suitable tool (figure 4)
so that it can be replaced with a working 315
mA slow-acting glass fuse. Please take care to FC23
hold the board only at the edges, and do not
touch any electronic components or conduc-
ting tracks. Assemble the components in re- FC30
verse order when you are ready to close the
housing again. When assembly is complete,
the module can continue normal operation. FC34

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Technical data

Climatic characteristics

• Transportation/storage (IEC 68-2-1/2). . . . : -25ºC to +70ºC


• Normal operation (IEC 68-2-1/2).. . . . . : 0ºC to +55ºC / 20 G
• Temperature change (slow change). . . . . : IEC 68-2-14
• Relative humidity (DIN 40040). . . . . . : up to 95% no condensing

Mechanical characteristics

• Weight . . . . . . . . . . : approx. 160 g


• Dimensions (FC21/FC23) . . . . . . : 130 x 80 x 60 mm
• Dimensions (FC20/FC22/FC30/FC34) . . . . : 130 x 80 x 35 mm
• Vibration (sinusoidal oscillation) . . . . . : IEC 68-2-6; 10 to 57 Hz: 0,075 mm
constant amplitude 57 to 150 Hz:
1,0 constant acceleration

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• Shock load (IEC 68-2-27)) . . . . . : 11 ms, up to 15 g

Electromagnetic characteristics

• Electromagnetic compatibility, noise gating. . : EN 50081-2


• Electromagnetic compatibility, resistance
to jamming. . . . . . . . . : EN 61000-6-2 accord. IEC 61000-6-2;
in accordance with EN 1131-2
• Electrostatic discharge (ESD). . . . . : EN 61000-4-2 accord. IEC 1000-4-2
• High frequency electromagnetic fields (HFF). . : EN 61000-4-3 accord. IEC 1000-4-3
• Fast transients (BURST). . . . . . : EN 61000-4-4 accord. IEC 1000-4-4
• Wire-conducted HF interference (LHF) . . . : EN 61000-4-6 accord. IEC 1000-4-6
• Radio interference / interference strength. . : EN 55022 / A

Electrical characteristics:

• Maximum current consumption (at 5 V). . . : 300 mA (typical)


• Power consumption. . . . . . . : 1.6 W (typical)

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Inputs:

• Galvanic separation . . . . . . . : Optocoupler


• Input voltage . . . . . . . . . : 24 V DC, input current 7mA
• Delay time . . . . . . . . . : 5 ms
• Signal display . . . . . . . . : Green LED (after galv. separation)
• 2 fast counter inputs . . . . . . . : max. 2 kHz
• Incremental encoder . . . . . . . : max. 200 Hz

Transistor outputs:

• Supply voltage, output group (C+/C-) . . . : +19 V to +24 V DC, 24 V nominal


• Nominal load capacity . . . . . . . : 600 mA 24 V DC
• Service life . . . . . . . . . : 100,000 hours
• Maximum switching frequency . . . . . : 1 kHz

Relay outputs: (PCB relays)

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• Supply voltage, output group (C+/C-) . . . : +19 V to +24 V DC, 24 V nominal
• Nominal load capacity . . . . . . : 5A / 250V AC, 5 A / 30 V DC
• Service life . . . . . . . . . : 100,000 switching operations at nominal
load minimum load: 10 mA at 5 V DC
Maximum switching frequency . . . . . . : 25 Hz

Solid-state relays

• Supply voltage, output group (C+/C-) . . . : +19 V to +28 V DC, 24 V nominal


• Nominal load capacity . . . . . . : 0.1 to 600 mA 3 to 264 V AC; 3 to 125 V DC
• Service life . . . . . . . . . : 100,000 hours
• Maximum switching frequency . . . . . : 10 Hz

Safety information

• Protective system . . . . . . . . : IP 40
• Protective class. . . . . . . . . : III
• Dimensioning of insulation . . . . . . : EN60950 accord. IEC 950

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Dielectric strength against internal system voltage:

• Digital inputs . . . . . . . . . : Supply voltage with reliable isolation


from mains voltage; isolation
voltage rating: 50 V AC

• Digital transistor outputs . . . . . . : Supply voltage with basic isolation


from mains voltage; isolation
voltage rating: 300 V AC

• Digital relay outputs . . . . . . . : Mains voltage of overload category


II can be switched; isolation voltage

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rating: 300 V AC

• Digital solid-state relay outputs . . . . . : Mains voltage in overload category I can be


switched; isolation voltage rating: 300V AC

Hardware and software characteristics

• Processor . . . . . . . . . : AM186 (20 MHZ), (Intel 80186-compati


ble)
• Program memory FC30/34 (compiled) . . . : 512 kB 8-bit Flash (read/write cycles:
10,000)
• RAM (FC30/FC34) . . . . . . . . : 512 kB 16-bit DRAM, (480 kB free)
• RAM (FC20, 21, 22, 23) . . . . . . . : 256 kB 16-bit SRAM (210 kB free)
• Remanent data . . . . . . . . : 2 kB in Flash
• Terminal connection (FC30/FC34) . . . . : Serial asynchronous TTL (RJ12 connector)
• Terminal connection (FC20, 21, 22, 23) . . . : RS232 3-wire 9600 baud (mini RJ11 con
nector)

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• Operating status indicator . . . . . . . : Status LED (green, red, orange)
• Operating system . . . . . . . . . : ROM DOS 5.0
• Network connection (FC34) . . . . . . . : 10BASE T (RJ45)
• Network communication indicator (FC34) . . . . : Link/Traffic LED

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Ordering information

Typ Command Best.no.

FEC FC20-DOS FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 24 V DC, DOS 184334


FEC FC20-FST FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 24 V DC, FST 177428
FEC FC20-ICL FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 24 V DC, iCon-L 190575
FEC FC20-IEC FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 24 V DC, IEC6113-3lSaGRAF 185194
FEC FC21-DOS FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 110/230 V AC, DOS 184335
FEC FC21-FST FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 110/230 V AC, FST 177429
FEC FC21-ICL FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 110/230 V AC, iCon-L 190573
FEC FC21-IEC FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 110/230 V AC, IEC61131-3lSaGRAF 185210
FEC FC22-FST FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 24 V DC, FST 184332
FEC FC23-FST FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs, 110/230 V AC, FST 184333
FEC FC30-DOS FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V AC, DOS 185199

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FEC FC30-FST FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V DC, FST 183861
FEC FC30-ICL FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V DC, iCon-L 190578
FEC FC30-MWT FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V DC, IEC61131-3MWT 190574
FEC FC34-DOS FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V DC, Ethern.10BaseT, DOS 190585
FEC FC34-FST FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V DC, Ethern.10BaseT, FST 190587
FEC FC34-ICL FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V DC, Ethern.10BaseT, iCon-L 191447

FEC FC34-MWT FEC 12 inputs/2 relays, 6 transistor outputs, 24 V DC, Ethern.10BaseT, MWT 191448
PS1 SM14 PC prog./com. cable RS12/TTL-RS232/9-SUBD 188935
FEC KSD1 Service adapter (15 cm) RJ11/9-SUBD 177432
FEC KSD2 PC prog./com. cable (150 cm) RJ11/9-SUBD 177431
FEC KSD4 Network cable for 2 stations (30 cm) RJ12/RJ12 183635

PS1 ZK44 Module cable AW G26, 8-core for RJ45 (100 meters) 189682
PS1 ZC24 Modular connector RJ45, 8-pin (10) 190580

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Notes

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