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M32 M32 Mycro 352/382 v7.xx
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Description

ProductVersionModule
HMI/SCADA - iFIX All All

Code : M32
Vendor : GE Intelligent Platforms
Hardware Manufacturer : Moore Products
Notes : Currently available for use with FIX32 and iFIX only.

General

Platform Latest Version Type
Windows 2000 7.12 COM
Windows NT 7.12 COM

Supported
Devices

Device Manufacturer Comment
MYCRO 351 Triple Loop Digital Controller Moore Products -
MYCRO 352 Single-Loop Digital Controller Moore Products -
MYCRO 353 Process Automation Controller Moore Products -
MYCRO 382 Logic & Sequence Controller Moore Products -
MYCRO 383 Multi Point Display Station Moore Products -

Additional
Requirements

Software Manufacturer Vendor Part No. Comment
Special ROM Version Moore Products Moore Products - ROM in 320 Independent Computer Interface *MUST* be version BBA, *NOT* version BCA.

Protocol

Type Supported Baud Rates Data Bits Stop Bits Parity Error Checking Hand Shaking Comment
Communication Network - 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 7, 8 1, 2 None, Odd, Even - - -

Supported
Data Types

Data Type Comment
none

Supported
Memory Types

Device Memory Type Comment
none

Commands

Device Command Description Uses
Moore ICI 2 Give ICI status. -
Moore ICI 5 Request sequential channel data. -
Moore ICI 6 Request random channel data. -
Moore ICI 7 Request random parameter data. -
Moore ICI 9 Send parameter data. -

Signal
Conditionings

Signal Type Description Comment Typical Gain Convergance Range
12AL 12 Bit Binary Scaled to EGUs - Alarming on out of range Ignores most significant 4 bits (nibble). - -
12AM Moore specific signal conditioning. Scaled to EGU range (0.0 to 100.0%) in the block. Alarming on out of range. - - -
12BM Moore specific signal conditioning. Scaled to EGU range (0.0 to 100.0% ) in the block. No alarming on out of range. Ignores most significant 4 bits (nibble). - -
12BN 12 Bit Binary Scaled to EGUs- No Alarming on out of range Ignores most significant 4 bits (nibble) - -
15AL 15 Bit Binary Scaled to EGUs - Alarming on out of range Ignores most significant bit. - -
15BN 15 Bit Binary Scaled to EGUs - No Alarming on out of range Ignores most significant bit. - -
3BCD 3 Digit Binary Coded Decimal Scaled to EGU range. Range checking alarming. Ignores most significant 4 bits (nibble). - -
4BCD 4 Digit Binary Coded Decimal Scaled to EGU range. Range checking alarming. - -
DG Derivative Gain specific to Moore's Single Loop Digital Controllers. Valid ranges are +1.00 to +30.00. - - -
LIN Value scaled to EGUs Scaled to EGU range. No range checking alarming. Signed and Unsigned data types. - -
NONE Returns raw value No signal conditioning. - -
PG Proportional Gain specific to Moore's Single Loop Digital Controllers. Valid ranges are -9.99 to -0.01; +0.01 to +9.99; -100.0 to -10.0; and +10.0 to +100.0. - - -
TD Time Derivative specific to Moore's Single Loop Digital Controllers. Valid ranges are +0.00 to +9.99 and +10.0 to +100. - - -
TI Time Integral specific to Moore's Single Loop Digital Controllers. Valid ranges are +.01 to +9.99; +10.0 to +99.9; and +100 to +1000. - - -

Miscellaneous
Info

Relevant Notes
The M32 Driver communicates with the new 385 Controller using

the same protocol as the 352 and 353 Controllers. However, the

385 Controller has not been tested.



Maximum # cards or PLCs supported: 32

(64 with Model 321 Expansion Satellite)



CABLING REQUIREMENTS

Standard RS-232 cable connected to MYCRO 320.

See manual for details.

History

Revision History
Reason for 1/9/97 Release:
* Driver released including all previous SIMs.

Reason for 4/3/98 Release:
* Added support for Moore 353 Multi-Loop Controller.

Reason for 9/30/98 Release:
* Corrected problem of being unable to write alarm points on a 383 Controller.

Reason for 10/29/98 Release:
* Added 4 new signal conditioning options for 352 Single Loop Digital Controllers:
PG - Proportional Gain
TI - Time Integral
TD - Time Derivative
DG - Derivative Gain.

Reason for 2/10/99 Release:
* Upgrade existing driver to version 7.10. Added functionality includes datascope support and running as a service under NT.

Reason for 7.11b Release on 5/13/99:
* Corrected problem with read-only file attributes on install.

Reason for 7.11c Release on 4/12/00:
* Added a field to the Power Tool so that the user can change the LIL timeout interval. This was necessary because the protocol requires resetting of the LIL module whenever the reported error status class is zero (0) from a message response OR when the driver experiences timeouts. Resetting is accomplished by sending an ICI status request and then waiting for the response to include a non-zero error class.

Reason for 7.11d Release on 3/19/01:
* Corrected a problem with shutting down the driver.

Reason for 7.12 Release on 11/07/2002:
* Made the following changes to the driver:
1) Added support for new Aladdin hardware key.
2) Implemented new security feature that allows users to configure the logon account for the driver when running as a service.

Reason for 7.12a Release on 03/27/2003:
* Modified documentation to comply with GE standards.

Reason for 7.12b Release on 08/19/2003:
* Corrected issues with remote database access. I/O addresses disappearing when adding or duplicating blocks. Data sometimes displayed ??'s

Reason for 7.12c Release on 08/16/2005:
* Updated to reflect GE Fanuc branding.


Details
ID: DG104
Category: I/O Drivers
Last Updated: 03/29/10
Date Created: 04/24/00
Status: Published
Attachments: Yes
Language: English
User Group: All


 


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