Buy Analogue input module,IE8 mA IE8. Browse our Mfr. Part No. IE8; Brand Allen Bradley I/O,module,Flex User Manual. Legislation. (Cat. No. IE8 Series B). 4. 1. 3. 2. 5. 6. 7. Module Installation. This module mounts on a terminal base unit. 1. the module. Installation Instructions. User manual • Read online or download PDF • Rockwell Automation IE4XOE2,IE8,OE4,D FLEX I/O ANALOG MODULE User.

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The module is configured using a group of data table words that are transferred to the module using a block transfer write instruction.

The Input data from Slot 0 is first after the status word, followed by Input data from Slot 2, and so on up to slot 7. Individual channels revert to 4—20mA with bit selections of all zeroes. Not used on voltage 1794-i8e. Off position now produces maunal or 0mA, dependent upon range selected, until module is configured. Not used Power Up bit – included in series B modules only. Channel 2 analog data sign bit.

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Check Problem s Type: Channel 1 analog data sign bit. This bit is set to 1 when all bits in the configuration register write word 0 are 0 unconfigured state.

Press firmly and evenly to seat the module in the terminal base unit. Reading Data From Your Module Read programming moves status and data from the module to the processor’s data table. Mount the mounting plate 1 for the adapter module using two 6 self-tapping screws 18 included for mounting up to 8 modules and the adapter. If the adapter does not recognize your module after installation is completed, cycle power to the adapter. Bits Bits 15 17 Bits Bits 15 17 Definition Channel 0 Safe State analog value – 12 bit left justified two’s complement number; unused lower bits are zero; 4 20mA uses all 16 bits.


If the terminal base does not lock in place, use a screwdriver or similar device to move the locking tab down, press the terminal base flush with the DIN rail and release the locking tab to lock the base in place.

Channel 3 analog data sign bit. Then it initiates a block transfer write to configure the module and send data val ues. The same block transfer control file is used for both the read and write instructions for your module. Refer to the following table for recommended terminal base units that you can use for each module.

This bit is set to 1 when all bits in the configuration register write word 3 are 0 unconfigured state. These bits control the safe state analog outputs – Bit 00 corresponds to output channel 0, and bit 01 corresponds to output channel 1.

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The module is seated when the latching mechanism 7 is locked into the module. The processor’s user program initiates the request to transfer data from the input module to 7194-ie8 processor. Position the module 4 with its alignment bar 5 aligned with the groove 6 on the terminal base. Repair and Exchange Services. When set 1indicates either a broken or open input wire, or input current is at or below 4mA. This bit mmanual always 0 in series A modules. Use the following formula: Mapping Data for the Analog Modules.


Rockwell Automation 1794-IE4XOE2,1794-IE8,1794-OE4,D17946.5.2 FLEX I/O ANALOG MODULE User Manual

Appendix C also includes an example of scaling. Make certain that the mounting plate is properly grounded to the panel.

Full range bits F for individual channels – Bit 00 corresponds to input channel 0, bit 01 corresponds to input channel 1, bit 02 corresponds to input channel 3, bit 03 corresponds to input channel 3, bit 04 corresponds to output channel 1, and bit 05 corresponds to output channel 2.

The processor user program initiates the request to transfer data from the module to the processor. It has been designed and tested to meet 1794-ir8 following directives. On Series modules, 2V or 4mA is output until the module is configured.

Refer to Appendix B for more information. In particular, you must know how to program block transfers.

At present, these consist of: