Any powered ERSC modules within a Stop Group that has an active Stop Command will flash Red LEDs on the Motor, Sensor, and Control Ports. Please note that the Link, Network, and Status LEDs will be unaffected by the Stop Command
If a given ERSC within a Stop Group has a Stop Button assigned; when a Stop Command is active, the digital output on the Control Port for which the stop button is assigned will toggle on and off. This signal can be used to illuminate an indicator light or be used as an input to a remote PLC. See Wiring Examples for more details.
Any powered CNIP modules within a Stop Group that has an active Stop Command will flash their Module and Network Status LEDs in Red. All other LEDs will remain unaffected.
In order for a PLC to be able to either initiate a Stop or Start Command; it has to establish an instance connection to at least one ERSC or CNIP within a given Stop Group. Each instance assembly available for both the ERSC and CNIP provides an input register for ConveyStop Status and an output register to issue ConveyStop Stop and Start Commands.
If the PLC is connected to multiple ERSC’s or CNIP’s in a given Stop Group; any connected ERSC or CNIP can provide ConveyStop status and can accept Stop and Start Commands from the PLC.