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What terminals are included in the Basic I/O Terminal Card for the Altivar 600 Process Drive?

Published date: 22 March 2019

Issue:
What are the I/O's for the Altivar 600 Process Drive?

Product Line:
Altivar 600 Process Drive (ATV630, ATV650, ATV660, ATV680)

Environment:
All serial numbers for Altivar 600 Process Drive

Cause:
N/A

Resolution
Control ElectronicsATV600 Basic I/O-Terminal
  • 3 relays
    • R1
      • 1 normally opened set of contacts and 1 normally closed set of contacts
    • R2
      • 1 normally opened set of contacts
    • R3
      • 1 normally opened set of contacts
  • 2 STO (Safe Torque Off) – SIL3
    • STOA
    • STOB
  • 2 analog outputs
    • AQ1
    • AQ2
  • 6 digital inputs 
    • DI1, DI2...DI6 
    • DI5 and DI6 
      • Also frequency/pulse inputs
  • 3 analog inputs
    • AI1
      • Configurable for voltage or current signal
      • Default as 0-10vdc
    • AI2
      • Configurable for voltage or current signal
      • Also used as temperature input (PTC probe)
      • Default as 0-10vdc
    • AI3
      • Configurable for voltage or current signal
      • Also used as temperature input (PTC probe)
      • Default as 4-20mA
  • 1 switch for Sink/Source configuration
  • 3 RJ45 connectors for communication 
    • 1 Modbus RTU Port 
    • 1 Ethernet Port
      • Supports Modbus TCP only not Ethernet IP
      • For Ethernet IP need (VW3A3720) option module
    • 1 Modbus HMI Port

Notes: The Altivar 600 Process Drive and removable connectors on its terminal card which is different from the Altivar 900 Process Drive. For the Altivar 900 Process Drive the complete board is removable

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