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Vertical Mount Carriers


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Objectives
Upon completion of this module you will be able to define Vertical Mount: Capacities Components Hardware configurations

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Vertical Mount Carriers


Top 4-Wide Controller/Power Carrier

(Left) 8-Wide Vertical I/O Carrier Bussed Field Power Termination Blocks (Right) 8-Wide Vertical I/O Carrier

Bussed Field Power

Bottom 4-Wide Controller/Power Carrier

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Vertical Mount Carriers


Vertical carriers provide the same functionality as horizontal carriers; i.e., power distribution and communications between the controller and I/O interfaces. Four vertical carriers, as well as two extender cables, are available for mounting DeltaV on vertical DIN rails. Top 4-Wide Controller/Power Carrier Left 8-Wide Vertical I/O Carrier

The Top 4-Wide Controller/Power Carrier must be used with the Left I/O Carrier. Bottom 4-Wide Controller/Power Carrier Right 8-Wide Vertical I/O Carrier

The Bottom 4-Wide Controller/Power Carrier must be used with the Right I/O Carrier. Bottom Cable Extender (Left carrier to Right carrier) Top Cable Extender (Right carrier to Left carrier)
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Vertical Mount Cables


Top 4-Wide Controller/Power Carrier I/O interfaces 25-32

I/O interfaces 1-8

I/O interfaces 33-40

I/O interfaces 9-16

Top Cable Extender I/O interfaces 17-24

Bottom Cable Extender


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Vertical Mount Cables


Vertical carriers may have a maximum of 64 I/O interfaces just like the horizontal carriers. This requires eight vertical carriers plugged together, end-to-end requiring, 176 inches (14.7 ft) of vertical space; significantly more space than a cabinet installation would allow. A typical cabinet installation is shown above with five carriers. The layout provides the flexibility of multiple vertical carriers in a cabinet with space for cable trays. Used above is one 4-Wide Top Carrier, three Left I/O Carriers and two Right I/O Carriers. An important component for this installation is the Top and Bottom extender cables. Two extender cables are available. Bottom Cable Extender (Left carrier to Right carrier, 1 Meter in length) Top Cable Extender (Right carrier to Left carrier, 2 Meters in length) Note: Top and Bottom cables are not interchangeable; the pin outs are different for I/O Card electrical addressing. Top and Bottom refers to the cables exit point in the Dshell connector; Top exits to the top of cabinet while Bottom exits to the bottom of cabinet. Note: I/O addressing is determined by cable connections.
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Power Jumper

J14

12VDC External Power Supply

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Power Jumper
The Vertical 8-Wide Carrier is designed with a split high side power plane and a shared common return plane. A jumper bridges both high side planes for a continuous conductive path. If additional 12VDC power is required for the I/O cards, remove jumper 14 and connect an external 12VDC power source as shown above.

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