GE Fanuc Micr o PLC User’s Guide

GE Fanuc Automation Programmable Control Products

GE Fanuc Micr o PLC User’s Guide

Chapter 1 Introduction
This chapter explains PLC basics, and introduces the GE Fanuc Micro PLC
programmable controller.
 PLC Basics
 Parts of a PLC
 PLC Operation
 PLC Inputs and Outputs
 PLC Memory
 The GE Fanuc Micro PLC
 Micro PLC CPU and Expander Unit
 The CPU Unit
 Expander Units
 Programming and Monitoring Devices
 Connections between Devices
 Program Storage in the Micro PLC
 Programming for the Micro PLC
 Program Format
 Programming Information
 Monitoring the System
 Ordering Information
 Product Compatibility
 Related Products

Chapter 2 The Micro PLC
This chapter describes the GE Fanuc Micro PLC CPU and Expander Units.
 CPU Units
 Expander Units
 General Specifications
 Electrical Specifications
 Function Specifications
 Relay Output Specifications
 Relay Ratings and Lifetimes
 Input Specifications
 Memory Map
 Descriptions of CPU Units
 14 Point CPU Unit with DC Inputs/Relay Outputs, AC Power
 14 Point CPU Unit with DC Inputs/Relay Outputs, DC Power
 14 Point CPU Unit with ACInputs/AC Outputs, AC Power
 16 Point CPU Unit with DC Inputs/Transistor Outputs, DC Power
 28 Point CPU Unit with DC Inputs/Relay Outputs, DC Power
 28 Point CPU Unit with DC Inputs/Relay Outputs, AC Power
 Descriptions of Expander Units
 14 Point Expander Unit with DC Inputs/Relay Outputs, AC Power
 14 Point Expander Unit with ACInputs/AC Outputs, AC Power
 28 Point Expander Unit with DC Inputs/Relay Outputs, DC Power
 28 Point Expander Unit with DC Inputs/Relay Outputs, AC Power
 Analog Expander Unit

Chapter 3 Installation
This chapter explains how to situate, mount, and wire the GE Fanuc Micro PLC.
 Choosing a Location for the Micro PLC
 Environmental Requirements
 Other Considerations
 Mounting a Unit
 Connecting an Expander Unit
 Connecting AC or DC Power to a Unit
 AC Power Connections
 DC Power Connections
 Grounding
 I/OWiring for 14-Point CPU or Expansion Units
 I/OWiring for 16-Point CPU Units
 I/OWiring for 28-Point CPU or Expansion Units
 I/OWiring for Units with AC Inputs and AC Outputs
 I/OWiring for an Analog Expander Unit
 Selecting Operation with a 14 or 28 Point CPU
 Selecting the Operating Mode
 Controlling the Operating Mode from the CPU Unit
 Changing the Operating Mode from the Programmer

Chapter 4 The Hand-held Programmer
This chapter describes the Hand-held Programmer.
 Parts of the Hand-held Programmer
 Hand-held Programmer Specifications
 Getting the HHP Ready to Use
 Operating Power Supply
 Online Mode
 Offline Mode
 Internal Battery Backup Operation
 Keypad Functions
 Powerup Displays
 Using the Online Functions of the HHP
 Transferring a Program
 Monitoring Program Data
 Forcing I/O Bits
 Modifying Word (Register) Data

Chapter 5 The Operator Interface Unit
This chapter describes the Operator Interface Unit.
 Parts of the Operator Interface Unit
 Dimensions
 Operator Interface Unit Specifications
 Getting the OIU Ready to Use
 Operating Power Supply
 Keypad Functions
 Powerup Displays
 Changing the Operating Mode of the PLC
 Program Listing
 Program Transfer
 Program Searching
 Monitoring and Changing Program Data
 Setting the Operation Keys
 Using the Operation Keys
 Changing Data that is Associated with Operation Keys
The Operator Interface Unit (OIU) performs many of the same functions as a Hand-held
Programmer. It can be used to monitor program data and I/O status and to change the
operating mode of the PLC. It can display an application program, but it cannot be used
to create or edit a program.
In addition to its basic features, the OIU has fourteen configurable software keys. These
keys are easily set to display operator messages for up to 14 discrete and/or register data
items. In addition, the OIU can be used to quickly change the state or value of any of the
14 data items that have been assigned to software keys.

Chapter 6 The Programming Software
This chapter explains the basics of using the Micro PLC programming software. For detailed
programming information, refer to the
Micro PLC Programmer’s Guide (GFK–0804).
 Files Provided on the Diskette
 Setup Instructions
 Hardware Setup
 Installing the Programming Software
 Automatic Installation on a Hard Disk
 The Programming Software Main Menu
 Software Functions
 Configuring the Programmer
 Setup Parameters
 Using the File-Handling Functions
 Loading a Program File
 Saving a Program File
 Changing to Another Directory
 Accessing the DOS Utilities
 Clearing a Program from Memory
 Using the Online Functions of the Programming Software
 Connecting the Computer to a Micro PLC
 Map of the Online Functions
 Placing the PLC in Stop or Run Mode
 Transferring a Program
 Monitoring an Application Program
 Monitoring and Changing Program Data
 Using the Offline (Programming) Functions
 Programming Operations
 Printing an Application Program
 Exiting the Programming Software

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