Main range of productModicon Momentum automation platform product or component typeM1/M1E processor adaptor software designationConcept version V2.6Modsoft version >= V2.5ProWORX NxT version V2.0ProWORX 32 communication port protocolModbus processor nameX 86 based (INTEL, AMD) clock frequency32 MHz Complementary discrete I/O processor capacity8192 I/8192 O memory type512 kB flash512 kB RAM memory descriptionProgram memory 18 kB LL984Program memory 240 kB IECData 24 kB materialLexan word length16 bit [Us] rated supply voltage5.0 V DC +/-5 % supplyBy Momentum I/O base exact time for 1 Kinstruction1 ms register I/O processor capacity26048 I/26048 O I/O limit processor capacity8192 bits max I/O words/drop128 I/O Concept80 I/O ProWORX number of port1 I/O bus1 RS232C non isolated markingCE net weight0.042 kg Environment protective treatmentTC ambient air temperature for operation0…60 °C ambient air temperature for storage-40…85 °C relative humidity5…96 % without condensation operating altitude2000 m shock resistance<= 15 gn peak 11 ms half sine wave acceleration vibration resistance0.75 mm d.a1 gn product certificationsFM Class 1 Division 2ULNema type 250CUL Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
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Firmware - UpdatesFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsSize zipSize 1.4 MBDate 4/1/05Files in documentbin240 KBbin240 KBbin240 KBbin240 KBbin240 KBbin240 KBDescription****IEC Exec. v.2.11 Reference Resolution - TBD 1) Exec version 2.11 did not allow OFS to access Concept IEC unlocated variables. 2) An xxmit Function Block may fault with an error 150 if the xxmit block is active (powered) while the 171CBB97030 is powered cycled. ****IEC Exec. v.2.10 Released with Concept 2.6 SR2 ****IEC Exec. v.2.08 Reference Resolution #8089 1) A 40xxx register may get set to zero when the M1 is put into Run mode. 2) An M1 may crash after a start command if used with a 172JNN21032 Option Adapter. Use file m1iv208e.bin for Concept 2.5 SR2 & Concept 2.6 ONLY. ****IEC Exec. v.2.07 (Not Released) ****IEC Exec. v.2.06 Reference Resolution #1186 1) Minimum Exec. required for M1 171CCS76000 processors at PV02. 2) Exec changed so the battery low coil only indicates that the memory battery backup voltage is <2.68 volts and should be changed within 30 days. It will not cause the processor to go into a not configured state at power up as in earlier Exec. revisions. For Concept 2.1 B2.1, use file m1iv206b.bin For Concept 2.2 SR2, use file m1v206c.bin For Concept 2.5 SR2, use file m1iv206d.binSize zipSize 1.3 MBDate 27/2/03Files in documentbin192 KBbin192 KBbin192 KBbin192 KBbin192 KBbin192 KBbin192 KBDescriptionExec. v.2.07 (m1llv207.bin) 1) Fixes a 40xxx register value setting to zero on a start command. Exec. v.2.06 (m1llv206.bin) 1) Minimum Exec. required for M1 171CCS76000 processors at PV02. Exec. v.2.05 (m1llv205.bin) 1) Fixes problem in Exec. v.2.04 where M1 would not go into Run. 2) The processor will not go into a not configured state after a power cycle if a battery low condition exists (less than 2.68 volts). 3) Fixes XMIT Function Block operation over 2-wire RS485. Exec. v.2.04 (m1llv204.bin) EXEC. v.2.04 WILL NOT WORK IN M1 PROCESSORS. Putting a program into Run mode causes the Run LED to flash in a pattern of 4. It has been removed from the Exec. listing. Refer to Resolution #1096. Exec. v.2.03 (m1v203.bin) 1) Allows the I/O Bus to be more tolerant of PCP devices (example:ATV58) on the network. Exec. v.2.02 (m1exv202.bin) 1) Changes the response of 4 bi-directional IO Bases in the event of an output fault 2) Allows IO Bus network fault monitoring. Exec. v.2.01 (m1ev201.bin) 1) Fixes M1 processors failing with stopped error code 4 when doing online programming changes. Exec. v.2.00 (m1exe200.bin) 1) The XMIT function block is included in the exec. 2) Allows ASCII read & write
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