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SKU 2175233  UPC 0799705794931


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Product Description

Produced by GE Automation, the IC697CPM925 is a single-slot PLC CPU capable of controlling industrial machinery in real-time.
Communication with I/O and “smart option” modules is accomplished via a rack-mounted connection backplane. This device is configured by MS-DOS or by software applications running on legacy operating systems including Windows 95 and Windows NT. 
The IC697CPM925 has a 64MHz 80486DX2 microprocessor capable of floating point decimal calculations as fast as 0.4 microseconds per Boolean function. This device supports up to 8K analog I/O and any mixture of 12K inputs and outputs.

The IC697CPM925 offers support for the following modules: discrete and analog I/O modules from the IC697 family, IC660 and IC661 I/O modules, and multiple coprocessor and communications modules. This device allows for up to one megabyte or user memory, which is maintained by an on-board lithium CMOS battery, as is the device’s calendar and clock. Operating system firmware is housed in flash memory. Note: Flash memory is not capable of storing user information. The user is not required to disassemble the device or replace EPROM to update firmware. To update firmware, connect the device to a compatible computer, insert the firmware floppy disk, and run the appropriate Loader software.

To operate the IC697CPM925, use either the three-position RUN/STOP switch or attach a programmer and use programming software. Device configuration is possible by way of serial, parallel, or Ethernet interface. Device configuration is secured via passwords or a manual memory protect keyswitch. When using the memory protect keyswitch, be sure to use a parallel connected programmer linked to the Bus Transmitter module. To prevent overheating, a fan capable of 70 cubic feet per minute (CFM) is required. Installation instructions are provided in the device manual. Rack power should be off before installation is attempted. The memory protect keyswitch should be OFF, and the toggle switch must be in the STOP position. Battery connection is possible on either connector. Connect the device to slot 1. Then power on the device.

Technical Specifications

Module Type: Floating Point CPU
Number of Slots: 1 (Single slot)
Current Required: 3.3 Amps nominal
Number of Points:    12K inputs and outputs (any mix)
Serial Ports: One
Supports: IC660/IC661 I/O and IC697 I/O



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Troubleshooting IC697CPM925

Troubleshooting information is available on IC697CPM925's website page; it also includes a datasheet user-manual and a wiring diagram.

Repair your IC697CPM925

PDF Supply can repair your IC697CPM925 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 IC697CPM925?  Answer:  The IC697CPM925 is a 64 MHz, 32-Bit, Floating Point Central Processing Unit from the GE Fanuc 90-70 Series.
  • Question:  If I power up my IC697CPM925 and the OK LED light is not on or is blinking- What does that mean?  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 IC697CPM925?  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 IC697CPM925 is giving me problems?  Answer:  You should leave your IC697CPM925 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 IC697CPM925 won't stay in run mode?  Answer:  Your IC697CPM925 may need to be repaired

For more information on the IC697CPM925 64 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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