GE PACSystems RX7i与VME总线模块集成.pdf

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Contents Chapter 1 VME Modules for PAcSystems D■ I 11 Ⅵ MEbus Standards. 1-2 VMEbus Features for PACSystems RX7i Products 1-3 General Requirements for VME Modules….…...…..….…,1-4 Environmental Requirements Module Size Requirements 1-5 Module height and connectors 1-5 Module width 1-5 Addressing and data requirements 1-6 Module Power Requirements......................................1-7 Power Requirements for Modules in the main rack .1-7 Power Requirements for Modules in an Expansion Rack 1-7 Power Requirements for Modules in Secondary Racks Powered by Cable.1-7 Module Functional Requirements 18 Additional Requirements 1-8 Chapter 2 Racks, Backplanes, and power Supplies 2-1 Types of Racks in the System 2-2 Backplanes and Connectors 2-3 Adding a J2 Backplane to an Expansion Rack 2-3 The PACSystems RX7 Main rack……24 Modules in the main rack 2-4 Specifications for PACSystems RX7i Racks 2-5 PACSystems RX7i Power Supplies for the Main Rack 2-5 Connector Pin assignments for the main rack 2-6 Expansion Racks: Series 90-70 Standard Racks................2-8 Modules in a series 90-70 Standard rack 2-8 Specifications for Series 90-70 Standard Racks Expansion Racks: Series 90-70 VME Integrator Racks 2-10 Modules in a Series 90-70 VME Integrator Rack 2-10 Specifications for Series 90-70 VME Integrator Racks 2-11 eries 90-70 Power Supplies for Expansion Racks 2-12 Powering Two Racks from the Same Power Supply…………2-12 Power for an Optional J2 Backplane in a series 90-70 Standard rack .......2-13 Module locations 2-14 Propagating Daisy- Chain Signals∴…...….......….....2-14 Module Locations in Vme Integrator Racks 2-14 Additional Considerations When Using non Ge Fanuc Vme Modules....2-15 Cooling requirements .2-15 Grounding Requirements 2-15 Auxiliary VME Racks… 2-16 GFK-2235 Contents Chapter 3 PACSystems Configuration for Non-GE Fanuc VME Modules 3-1 Configuring Modules..........................................3-1 Configuring a Slot in the Rack 3-2 Configuring VME Address regions ,3-3 Region Number 3-4 VME Address modifier code 3-4 VME Base Address Reqion Size 3-9 Interface Type 3-9 VME Block transfers 3-9 Configuring Interrupts 3-10 VME Interrupt aa:a:::日: 3-10 Interrupt Number .3-10 VME Interrupt ID 3-10 Configuring Power Consumpti 3-12 Chapter 4 Programming for Non-GE Fanuc VME Modules...n. 4-1 Programming BUs Functions for VME Modules 4-2 The Rack, Slot, Subslot, Region, and offset Parameters.......... 4-2 Parameters for Two Single-Width Modules in a VME Integrator Expansion Rack4-2 Bus Read( BUSRD)… Bus write( BUSWRT)… 4-6 Bus Read / Modify /Write(BUSRMW) ,4-8 Bus Test and set( BUSTST)….,……………4-10 BUSTST EXample 4-12 SWAP 4-13 Interrupts 4-15 Using Interrupts to Trigger Program Logi 4-15 PACSystems RX7i User's Guide to Integration of pME Modules-June 2003 GFK-2235 Chapter VME Modules for PACSystems This manual is a guide to using VME modules from other vendors in a GE Fanuc PACSystems RX7i system. It includes the following information Chapter 1. VME Modules for PACSystems, describes the vme features of PACSystems equipment, and gives module selection guidelines VMEbuS Standards VMEbuS Features for PAC Systems Products General Requirements for VME Modules Module Size Requirements Addressing and Data Requirements Module Power requirements Module Functional Requirements Chapter 2. RackS, Backplanes, and Power Supplies, provides information about rackS, backplanes and power supplies Types of racks in the System Backplanes and Connectors The PAcsystems rX7i Main Rack Expansion Racks: Series 90-70 VME Integrator Racks Expansion Racks: Series 90-70 Standard Racks Module Locations in Expansion Racks itional Considerations when using Non-GE Fanuc VME Modules Auxiliary VME Racks Chapter 3. PACSystems Configuration for Non-GE Fanuc VME Modules, explains how to include non ge Fanuc vme modules in the pac systems configuration Configuring a slot in the rack Configuring VME Address Regions Configuring Interrupts Configuring Power Consumption Chapter 4. Programming for Non-GE Fanuc VME Modules, describes programming features that allow the pacsystems cpu to communicate with Vme modules Swap Bus Read Bus write Bus read /Modify /Write Bus Test and set Interrupt Handling GFK-2235, preliminary VMEbus standards VME stands for VERSAmodule Eurocard Eurocard products are based the dIn 41612 and IEC 603-2 connector standards the ieee 1101 Pc board standards and the din 41494 and EC 297-3 rack standards The VMEbus specification has been refined through revisions B, C, C1,IEC 821, IEEE 1014-1987 and ans|ITA1-1994 Copies of the VMEbus specifications are available from a variety of sources ANSI/ITA 1-1994(VME64, ANSI/ITA 1.1-1997(VME64x) VMEbus International Trade Association (VITA 7825 East Gelding Dr, Suite 104 Scottsdale, AZ USA 85260 TEL:(480)9518866;FAX:(480)9510720 ANSI Approved versions American National Standards Institute(ANSI) 11 West 42nd street New york nY usa 10036 TEL:(212)642-4900;FAX:(212)398-0023 IEEE 1014-1987(VMEbuS) and IEEE 1101. XX Mechanical Standards lEEE Service Center Publications Sales department 445 Hoes Lane: P.O. Box 1331 Piscataway, NJ USA 08855-1331 TEL:800-678-4333 1-2 PACSystems RX7i User's Guide to Integration of vme Modules - June 2003 GFK-2235 VMEbus Features for PACSystems RX7i Products PACSystems RX7i products provide basic VMEbus capabilities, plus many VME64 features Master/slave architecture Asynchronous bus(no clocks are used to coordinate data transfers) Variable-speed handshaking protocol Non-multiplexed bus Addressing range between 16 and 32-bits Data path widths between 8 and 32-bits Multiprocessing capability Up to 3 levels of interrupts Bus LoCK cycles Automatic daisy-chaining of Bus Grants and Interrupt Acknowledge Non-ge fanuc vmebus modules that conform to the eee-1014-1987 are considered to be VME64-compliant, regardless of their data transfer capability Note that compliance with the vmE Standard does not ensure the operating compatibility of VMEbus modules. TWO VMEbus modules that adhere to the standard can be incompatible with each other Non-GE Fanuc VmE modules that have been designed to the set of standards known as VME64x are generally compatible with PACSystems equipment. However, the following VME64x features are not available 160 pin connectors on the backplane Po/JO connector 3.3 V power supply pins Rear plug-in units(transition modules) Live insertion /hot-swap capability Injector /ejector locking handles EMC(ElectroMagnetic Compatible)front panels ESD(Electrostatic Discharge)features A module with 160-pin connectors can be plugged into 96-pin J1/J2 connectors in a PACSystems main rack or Series 90-70 expansion rack A module that requires +3.3 Vdc power cannot be used in a PAcSystems main rack or series 90-70 expansion rack GFK-2235 Chapter 1 VME Modules for PACSystems 1-3 General requirements for VME Modules A non-GE Fanuc VME Module must meet these general requirements for use with PACSystems equipment The module must meet the same agency approval standards as the PAcSystems equipme The module must comply with the VmE64 specification if it will be located in the main rack The module must at least comply with the VMEbus Specification Revision C 1 if it will be located in a Series 90-70 expansion rack. No earlier version of this specification may be used VMEbus(VME-1)as implemented on the GE Fanuc PACSystems cPl ed The module must be compatible with the characteristics of the industriali Environmental Requirements In selecting a Vme module from another vendor, it is important to pay close attention to the environmental ratings of the module, because individual module ratings can limit the overall system rating. The VMe module should meet the following specifications of PACSystems equipment. For more detailed information on product agency approvals, standards, and general specifications for the system, please refer to the PAC Systems RX7i lnstallation manual, gfK-2223 Specification Requirement Operating Temperature 0 to 60 C (32 to 140 F),(inlet air at bottom of rack Storage Temperature|-40°t85c(-40°to185F) Humidity 5%to 95%(non-condensing) Vibration 1G@40-150Hz,0.012npp@10-40Hz Shock 15 gs for 11 msec Consideration must be given to maintaining acceptable component temperature when the vme module has other modules on either side of it. the vme module itself should not exceed 22.5 Watts if this specification is to be met 1-4 PACSystems RX7i User's Guide to Integration of vme Modules - June 2003 GFK-2235 Module size requirements Module Height and connectors Single height ( 3U)modules connect to the J1 connector on the rack backplane Traditionally, 3U modules generate or accept up to 24-bit address and 16-bit data transfers. Single height modules are commonly used if space is limited. Because of their size, they are also more resilient to shock and vibration than double height boards. A 3U-size module will require a faceplate adapter to secure the module to the rack rails Double height (6U) modules are electrically compatible with single height modules Most 6U modules can generate or accept up to 32-bit address and 32-bit data transfers Both 3U and 6U modules can be installed in any PAc Systems rX7i main or Series 90-70 expansion rack. However, only the main rack has a j1 and J2 backplane. A J2 backplane can optionally be added to an expansion rack if necessary, as explained in chapter 2 Triple height (9U) boards are not supported by the vmE4 specification and cannot be used in any PACSystems main or expansion rack Module width Both single-Width(0. 8 inch)and double-width(1.6 )inch modules can be installed in any rack in the system. However, modules having more than one board, each with a backplane connector, must be installed in the main rack or in a Vme Integrator expansion rack See chapter 2 for more information about slot spacing, blank slots, and module location restrictions GFK-2235 Chapter 1 VME Modules for PACSystems 1-5 Addressing and Data requirements Modules must have a configurable address range to prevent overlap with gE Fanuc modules'addresses Modules must respond to one or more of the following address modifier(AM) des AM Code Address width Description 29H A16 Non-Privileged data 2DH A16 Supervisory data 39H A24 Non-Privileged data 3AH A24 Non-Privileged Program(main rack only) 3DH A24 Supervisory Data(main rack only) 3EH A24 Supervisory Program(main rack only) 09H A32 Non-Privileged Data(main rack only) OAH A32 Non-Privileged Program(main rack only) ODH Supervisory Data(main rack only OEH A32 Supervisory Program(main rack only) Modules must not respond to GE FanuG-defined AM codes 10H through 1FH Modules that use D16(16 data bits )or D8 (8 data bits )data transfers can be located in the main rack or in an expansion rack. 16 bit data transfers are preferred Modules in an expansion rack must be A24(standard)or A16(short) address compatible Modules that use D32 (32 data bits) data transfers can only be used in the main ra 1-6 PACSystems RX7i User's Guide to Integration of vme Modules - June 2003 GFK-2235

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