11 13 13 14 14 15 15 15 16 17 Chapter 2 Safety Inputs. 10 Chapter 1 POINT Guard I/O Overview Understand Suitability for Use . BURN HAZARD: Labels may be on or inside the equipment, for example, a drive or motor, to alert people that surfaces may reach dangerous temperatures. SHOCK HAZARD: Labels may be on or inside the equipment, for example, a drive or motor, to alert people that dangerous voltage may be present. 36 38 38 39 Chapter 3 Guidelines for Placing Power Supplies Choosing a Power Supply .
Topic Expanded Additional Resources to include terminal assembly and power supply installation instruction publications Added information on safety analog inputs Added RSLogix 5000™ software minimum version requirements Updated references to controller safety system publications Added information on safe states of the analog input module Information on module configuration when using the Guard Logix® safety application instructions Added safety analog input features Updated the description of the muting lamp test Added Analog I/O Status Data New Chapter: Guidelines for Placing Power Supplies and Modules in a System Identified key positions for 1734-IE4S modules Updated information on wiring POINT Guard I/O modules including 1734-IE4S modules Illustrated 1734-IE4S field connections Safety analog-input-module wiring guidelines and examples List of Rockwell Automation Bulletin 1606 PELV/SELV- compliant power supplies Revised power supply considerations and examples Updated Ethernet adapter configuration procedures Clarified information on ‘cycle inputs’ condition Corrected status tags for output modules Configuring the 1734-IE4S module when used in a Guard Logix system Configuring the 1734-IE4S module when used in a Smart Guard™ system New chapter: Configuring Safety Connections Between a Guard Logix Controller and POINT Guard I/O™ Modules on a Device Net Network Information on resetting the module to out-of-box condition is now in the chapter on replacing a module Revised information on replacing I/O modules in Guard Logix systems Revised information on replacing I/O modules in Smart Guard systems Added description of Sensor Power status indicator on 1734-IE4S modules Information on using a Message instruction to access information on safety analog input faults Specifications for 1734-IE4S modules Step response and filter response data for 1734-IE4S Temperature derating for 1734-IE4S modules Updated legislation and standards section and moved it to follow certifications Updated safety data, including PFD/PFH values, MTTF and STR List of safety analog input module configuration parameters Information on the safety analog input module’s I/O and configuration assemblies Added a history of changes Page 10 15 15 17 20 23, 27 27…34 36 39 41 50 52 54 59 41 Chapter 3 68, 70 78 84 86 106, 110 Chapter 7 135 137 143 149 154 158 160 166 Appendix C Appendix D 172 176, 180 185 Rockwell Automation Publication 1734-UM013F-EN-P - June 2012 3 Summary of Changes Notes: 4 Rockwell Automation Publication 1734-UM013F-EN-P . No patent liability is assumed by Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams. Summary of Changes This manual contains new and updated information. Trademarks not belonging to Rockwell Automation are property of their respective companies.