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GE System I/O . MAIN 222 Industrial Controllers. Introduction . See Unit 4 Course Manual Info %I is an input %Q is an output %M is an internal bit An internal bit is a contact or location that is memory / virtual in nature. Contacts.

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ge system i o

GE System I/O

MAIN 222

Industrial Controllers

introduction
Introduction
  • See Unit 4 Course Manual Info
    • %I is an input
    • %Q is an output
    • %M is an internal bit
      • An internal bit is a contact or location that is memory / virtual in nature
contacts
Contacts
  • A contact is used to monitor the state of a machine or internal reference.
    • Whether or not the contact passes “flow” depends on status of the reference being monitored and type of contact.

Normally Open = Reference is On 1

Normally Closed = Reference is Off 0

contacts4
Contacts
  • Types of Coils
    • Unit 9-5 HO
      • Retentive
      • Non-retentive
  • Power Off then Back On Stays the Same That is Retentive
    • SET
    • RESET
types of contacts
Types Of Contacts
  • %Q
    • Discrete machine outputs
    • Non-Duplicated
  • %M
    • Internal Discrete References
    • Not Retentive
    • Can be Duplicated
  • %T
    • Temporary Internal References
    • Not Retentive
    • Can be Duplicated
relay elements
Relay Elements
  • Unit 9-7
  • Go over 9-8 Example
addressing systems
Addressing Systems
  • Siemens
    • E = In
    • A = Out
  • GE
    • I = In
    • Q=Out
  • TI
    • X = In
    • Y = Out
where to get more information
Where to Get More Information
  • See Web Site
  • VersaPro 2.02/3 users guide
  • Unit 2,4,9 from Series 90-30 Course Manual HO
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