|Protocols (Note that certain protocols require optional devices)
||1 ~ 255, user-assigned by software
|Modbus TCP/IP Master
||Link to a max. of 100 devices that support the Standard Modbus TCP/IP Slave protocol. (FAQ-113)
|Modbus RTU/ASCII Master
||A max. of 32 Ports: COM1 ~ 33 (*)
(To connect to other Modbus Slave devices).
|Modbus RTU Slave
||A max. of 8 ports: COM1 ~ 33 (*)
(For connecting ISaGRAF, PC/HMI/OPC Server and HMI panels)
|Modbus TCP/IP Slave
||Two Ethernet ports each supporting the Modbus TCP/IP Slave protocol for connecting ISaGRAF and PC/HMI. The two ports support up to 64 connections. Note: If the PAC uses 1 connection to connect to the PC/HMI, it can connect to up to 64 PCs/HMIs; If the PAC uses 2 connections to connect to each PC/HMI, it can connect to up to 32 PCs/HMIs; If one of the Ethernet port malfunctions, the other one can still be used to connect to the PC/HMI.
|Web HMI Protocol
||Ethernet Ports for connecting a PC running Internet Explorer.
||Write own protocol applied at COM1 ~ 33 using Serial communication function blocks. (*)
|I-7000 & I-87K RS-485
|One of COM3 ~ 4 supports I-7000 I/O modules, I-87K base + I-87K Serial I/O boards, or RU-87Pn +
I-87K High Profile I/O boards as remote I/O.
A max. of 255 I-7000/87K remote I/O modules can connect to one PAC.
|M-7000 Series Modbus I/O
||A max. of 32 RS-485 ports. Each port can connect up to 32 M-7000 Modules. (*)
|Modbus TCP/IP I/O
||LAN2 supports ICP DAS Ethernet I/O: I-8KE4-MTCP and I-8KE8-MTCP. If LAN2 malfunctions, it will automatically switch to LAN1 to continuously work. (The IP address for LAN1 and LAN2 should be set in the same IP domain) (FAQ-042)
||Enable a max. of 7 pcs. I-8172W boards in slot 1~7 to be used to connect to FRnet I/O modules, such as FR-2053, FR-2057, FR-32R, FR-32P. Each I-8172W board can link to a max. of 256 DI plus 256 DO channels. (FAQ-82 and FAQ-154)
||Provide functions to send email with a single attached file via the Ethernet port.
||Used to exchange data between ICP DAS ISaGRAF Ethernet PACs via the Ethernet port.
(LAN2 Port only)
|SMS: Short Message Service
||Either COM4 or COM5 can link to a GSM Modem to support SMS. The user can request data/control the controller via a cellular phone. The controller can also send data and alarms to the user’s cellular phone.Optional GSM Modem: GTM-201-RS232 (850/900/1800/1900 GSM/GPRS External Modem)
||COM4 or COM5 supports the ICP DAS MMICON.
|UDP Server & UDP Client :
Exchange Message & Auto-report
|LAN1 or LAN2 supports the UDP Server and UDP Client protocols allowing messages to be sent/received to/from a PC/HMI or other device. For example, data can be automatically reported to the InduSoft's RXTX driver.
|TCP Client :
Exchange Message & Auto-report
|LAN1 or LAN2 supports the TCP Client protocol allowing messages to be sent/received to/from a PC/HMI or other device that supports the TCP server protocol.
||Enable the I-8212W (2G/3G) card allowing short messages to be sent/received to/from or to access a dial up connection to link to the Internet and using a GPRS connection to send an email or communicate with remote stations using the "FTP Client" (FAQ-151) or the "TCP Client"/"UDP Server"/"UDP Client" (FAQ-143) protocols.
||Support for the SQL Client function that allows data to be written (or read from) a Microsoft SQL Server (2000 SP3, 2005, 2008).
|Hot-Swap and Redundant System
||This redundant system has setup two “Active IP” address point to the active LAN1 and LAN2 ports always. One or more PC/HMI/SCADA can communicate with this redundant system via one of the two given active IP. So the PC/HMI/SCADA can access to the system easily without any notice about which PAC is currently active.
Moreover, the new redundant system can integrate with the RU-87P4/87P8 Expansion Unit plus the I-87K high-profile I/O cards to support the hot-swap application. If the I/O card is damaged, the maintenance person just takes one good-card with same model number to hot-swap the damaged one without stopping this redundant system. (FAQ-138 and FAQ-125)
||COM1, 2 and COM4 ~ 33 (*) can connect to one I-7530 (converter: RS-232 to CAN) to support CAN/CANopen devices and sensors. One PAC supports a max. of 32 RS-232 ports to connect a max. of 32 I-7530. (FAQ-086)
||Enable the I-8123W CANopen Master card to connect to other CANopen Slave devices.
||Enable I-87H17W modules in slots 1 to 7 used to communicate with other HART devices.
||Enable the FTP Client to upload files from the PAC to a remote FTP server on a PC. (FAQ-151)
||Provide support for the eLogger HMI. The user can design the HMI screen using the eLogger on the PC and then download it to the PAC to display the HMI on the PAC. (FAQ-115)
|Optional I/O Functions (Refer to the ISaGRAF PAC I/O Selection Guide for I/O Module list)
||High Speed PWM Module
||I-7088, I-8088W, I-87088W: 8-ch PWM outputs, software support 1 Hz ~ 100 kHz
(non-continuous), duty: 0.1 ~ 99.9%
|DO Module as PWM
||8-ch max. 250 Hz max. For Off=2 & On=2 ms. Output square wave: Off: 2 ~ 32766 ms,
On: 2 ~ 32766 ms.
Optional DO Boards: I-8037W, 8041W, 8041AW, 8042W, 8050W, 8054W, 8055W, 8056W, 8057W, 8060W, 8063W, 8064W, 8068W, 8069W. (Relay Output boards cannot generate fast square wave)
|Counter, Encoder, Frequency
||Parallel DI Counter
||8 ch. max. for 1 controller. Counter val: 32 bit. 250 Hz max. Min. ON & OFF width must >2 ms.
Optional DI boards: I-8040W, 8040PW, 8042W, 8046W, 8048W, 8050W, 8051W, 8052W, 8053W, 8053PW, 8054W, 8055W, 8058W, 8063W.
|Serial DI Counter
||Counter input: 100 Hz max. Counter value: 0 ~ 65535 (16 bit)
Optional serial I-87K DI boards: I-87040W, 87046W, 87051W, 87052W, 87053W, 87053W-A5, 87054W, 87055W, 87058W, 87059W, 87063W.
|Remote DI Counter
||All remote I-7000 & I-87K DI modules support counters. 100 Hz max. value: 0 ~ 65535
|High Speed Counter
||I-87082W: 100 kHz max. 32 bit;
I-8084W: 250 kHz max. 32 bit
||I-8093W: 3-axis Encoder Module, max. 1M Hz for quadrant input mode, max. 4 MHz for
pulse/direction and cw/ccw input mode. (FAQ-112)
I-8084W: 250 kHz max., 4-ch encoder, pulse/direction or up/down or A/B phase (Quad. mode).
Not support Encoder Z-index. (FAQ-100)
||I-87082W: 2-ch, 1 Hz ~ 100 kHz;
I-87088W: 8-ch, 0.1 Hz ~ 500 kHz;
I-8084W: 8-ch, 1 Hz ~ 250 kHz;
||Can be integrated with one or several I-8092F (2-axis) or I-8094F/I-8094 (4-axis).
|* Note: The COM6 ~ COM33 ports are located in the expansion boards if they are installed in slots 1 ~ 7 of XP-8x37-CE6.
* The COM1 port on XP-8037-CE6 is RS-232;
COM1 on other ISaGRAF XPAC is for internal communication with I-87K modules installed in slots only.
* ISaGRAF FAQ: www.icpdas.com > Support > FAQ > ISaGRAF Soft-Logic PAC