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SKU 2170332  UPC 0799705794955


MSRP $14995

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Product Description

The IC697CPM914 is a GMR Redundant CPU module designed by GE Fanuc for series 90-70.
The IC697CPM914 module is compatible with versions MS-DOS programming software versions 4.2 or later. The MS-DOS programming software does not support any new features of the module except for the Additional LD Program Space. To resolve working issues surrounding the MS-DOS, software will return to the 3.70 version, which is in compliance with the programming software.

The IC697CPM914 module is designed with the new sweep mode for Release 6.00 CPUs. Microcycle mode allows the PLC to keep the time interval between I/O scans. For an efficient process of I/O scans, the CPU must know the amount of the sweep to be assigned to the output scan. The time needed for the previous sweep output scan is required under normal operations to help calculate the sweep’s output scan. The Serial Communications feature has operating restrictions. On any sweep, the serial communication can add up to a maximum of 5 milliseconds, and this should be remembered when the watchdog device is set.   

The IC697 module is powered by the IC697 PLC rack. It is vital that the rack jumper is charged because the PLC will not identify the rack and may not identify the error. All expansion racks should be powered when the main rack receives power, and if the CPU is operating, expansion racks cannot be powered during processing. A battery is recommended when powering the IC697CPM914 module. The PCM includes a default backplane communication with a maximum value of 5 seconds. Once the request has been sent via the PCM to the IC697 CPU, the timeout is applied by the PCM.

Technical Specifications

Module Type: Floating Point CPU
Number of Slots: 1 (Single slot)
Memory: 512K RAM
Number of Points:    2000 Discrete I/O
Serial Ports: One
Supports: IC660/IC661 I/O



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Troubleshooting IC697CPM914

Troubleshooting information is available on IC697CPM914's website page; it also includes a datasheet user-manual and a wiring diagram.

Repair your IC697CPM914

PDF Supply can repair your IC697CPM914 in 3-5 business days. And PDF Supply stands by all of its repairs with a 1 year customer satisfaction warranty.

Customer Questions and Answers

  • Question:  What is an IC697CPM914?  Answer:  The IC697CPM914 is a 32 MHz, 32-Bit, Floating Point Central Processing Unit from the GE Fanuc 90-70 Series.
  • Question:  If I power up my IC697CPM914 and the OK LED light is not on or is blinking- What does that mean? Answer:  It means you have a problem with your processor and won't be able to test it. 
  • Question:  What steps should I take to test my processor?  Answer:  In Proficy Machine Edition, you should click the lightning bolt to connect and then, using the hand-print, go into online mode. Next, on the top menu bar, click "Target" and go to "Online Commands". In that window, clear the Controller and I/O Fault Table. After, select "Download and Run". When it asks you what you want to build, click "Hardware Configuration and Logic". 
  • Question:  What is the ultimate goal of this test?  Answer:  The ultimate goal is to get your processor into run mode. 
  • Question:  What else should I test on my IC697CPM914?  Answer:  You should test the toggle switch and make sure it works. You should also make sure the Memory Protection switch works (an LED will light up to let you know this feature is working).
  • Question:  What should I do if my IC697CPM914 is giving me problems? Answer:  You should leave your IC697CPM914 in run mode, overnight or over a weekend, and check to see if it stays in run-mode. If it stays in run-mode, everything should be good-to-go. 
  • Question:  What should I do if my IC697CPM914 won't stay in run mode?  Answer:  Your IC697CPM914 may need to be repaired

For more information on the IC697CPM914 32 MHz, 32-Bit, Floating Point Central Processing Unit of the GE Fanuc 90-70 Series, please see the Datasheet User-Manual. 


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