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SKU 2172003  UPC 0679438574218


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Product Description

The IC697MDL652 is a 12 VDC 32-Point Positive/Negative Logic Input Module manufactured by the GE Fanuc for Series 90-70.
The 32 input points are organized in four remote groups of eight points each and are directly controlled by this module.

Highlighted features include 32 points, positive/negative logic compatibility, a compatible proximity switch, a selectable input filter (1 mS or 10 mS), and a single input configured as an interrupt. These features are present in all IC697 PLCs. However, when the IC697MDL652 is coupled with other types of PLCs, availability of these features may vary.  IC697MDL652 has LED indicators located on its faceplate. The major purpose of these indicators is to let the user know the on/off status of each point on the logic (PLC) side of the circuit. I/O locations can be configured without the use of DIP switches or jumpers. Configuration is carried out by the configuration function of MS-DOS through any one of the following: programming software on Windows 95, Windows NT over Ethernet TCP/IP, or through the SNP port.

The IC697MDL652 can source current from the input device to the user common due to the fact that it is designed to have both positive and negative logic characteristics. Other input devices compatible with the IC697MDL652 include pushbuttons, limit switches, selector switches, and 2-wire and 3-wire electronic proximity switches. Inputs on this module are directly driven by any IC697 programmable controller voltage compatible output module. The input circuit arranges for the necessary current that guarantees reliable operation of the switching device. In the ON state, the input current is 10mA. In the OFF state, it accepts up to 2 mA leakage current without turning on.

Technical Specifications

Rated Voltage: 12 volts DC
Number of Inputs: 32 Inputs (4 groups of 8 each)
Input Current: 4.7 mA at rated voltage
Current Required: 0.3 Amps
Input Voltage Range:   -2.5 to +15 volts DC
DC Power: Yes


Technical Information



Rated Voltage:

Inputsper Module:

12 volts DC

32 (four groups of eight inputs each)


1500 volts - any input to backplane 500 volts between input groups

Input Voltage Range (Vs):

–2.5 to  +15 volts DC


4.7mA (typical) at rated voltage

Input Impedance:

1.12Kohm, typical




7.5 volts to 15 volts



Off-state Voltage:

0 volts to 2.5 volts


0 to 2.5mA (2mA minimum at 2.5V input)

Filter Delay Time:

1mS or 10mS configurable

Current Required from 5V Bus:

0.30 amp


System designed to support the VME standard C.1


Troubleshooting IC697MDL652

Troubleshooting information is available on IC697MDL652's website page; it also includes a datasheet user-manual and a wiring diagram.

Repair your IC697MDL652

PDF Supply can repair your IC697MDL652 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 IC697MDL652?  Answer:  The IC697MDL652 is a 12 Volt DC, Positive/Negative Logic, 32-Point Input module from the GE Fanuc Series 90-70. 
  • Question:  What features does it include?  Answer:
    • 32 points- 4 isolated groups of 8 points each
    • Positive/Negative Logic Compatibility
    • Proximity switch compatible
    • Input filter selectable* - 1 mS or 10 mS
    • One input configurable as interrupt*
      • *These features are available for all IC697 PLCs. They may, however, not be available when this module is used with other types of PLCs.
  • Question:  The LED indicators (located at the top of the module) do what?  Answer:  They let you know the on/off status of each point on the logic (PLC) side of the circuit. 
  • Question:  What is special about the I/O references?  Answer:  They are configurable without the use of jumpers or DIP switches on the module. 
  • Question:  Configuration of IC697MDL652 is done through what?  Answer:  Configuration of IC697MDL652 is completed using the configuration function of MS-DOS, through Windows programming software on Windows 95, through Windows NT over Ethernet TCP/IP, or through the SNP port. 
  • Question:  What should I do in the event my IC697MDL652 is not working properly?  Answer:  Your IC697MDL652 may be in need of repair

For more information on the IC697MDL652 12 Volt DC, Positive/Negative Logic, 32-Point Input Module of the GE Fanuc 90-70 Series, please see the Datasheet User-Manual. 


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