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Product Description

The IC697MDL753 is a 5/48 Volt DC, 0.5 Amp, Negative Logic, 32-Point Output module from the GE Fanuc 90-70 Series. This module provides 32 points divided into 2 isolated groups of 16 points each.  The rated voltage on this module can be 5 volts DC or 10 to 60 volts DC.  It provides a high degree of inrush current at 10 to 60 volts which makes the outputs suitable for a wide range of loads which have such characteristics.  It also operates at TTL levels.   

The outputs are ideal for a wide spectrum of loads. This is due to the effective delivery of high inrush current which is between 10 to 60 volts. You can spot LED indicators at the top of each logic point of the PLC module. Their primary function is to display the ON-Off status of each logic point of the PLC. Jumpers and DIP switches are not required for the configuration of I/O references located on the module. The configuration of the module is achieved using Microsoft’s MS-DOS or Windows NT & 95 operating systems over the TCP/IP protocol. Programming devices can be either compatible personal computers, PS/2, AT or IBM.

As mentioned earlier, the IC697MDL753 PLC output module is compatible with a wide variety of loads which include indicators, motor starters, solenoids and TTL interfaces. Due to the significant overall heat dissipation with each group of modules, the maximum current is set to 4 Amps. Each output can deliver a current rating exceeding its long-term rating. The ability of each output point to deliver a current largely depends on the device’s current rating as well as the duration the device is powered ON. Since the Logic output module has no replaceable fuses, a ¾ Amp 250-volt fuse is connected externally to each output point. The fuse models are either Little Fuse 312.750 or Bussmann AGC-3/4.

There are certain field wiring procedures that need to be followed when setting up the modules.  First, ensure that you’ve turned off the power during removal or installation of terminal boards. The jackscrew that secures the terminal board in place can be located when opening the hinged door on the module. The screw is then turned in a counter clockwise direction to loosen the detachable terminal board. The board is thereafter removed by grabbing it and swinging it outward. Be cautious when removing the terminal board. The hinged door may become damaged if it is used to remove the terminal board.  The board can accommodate wires ranging from AWG#22 (0.36mm2) right through AWG #14 (2.10mm2). Kindly note that a .135-inch maximum diameter is not to be exceeded when using the AWG#14 (2.10mm2) wire.

For a proper connection, you can terminate two wires on any terminal if the wires are of the same size. The terminal board accepts a maximum of 40 AWG#14 wires. If the said wires are to be used, then the wire markers should be placed accordingly. The terminal board is designed to accept a maximum of (40) AWG #14 (2.10 mm2) wires. To provide ample space for the hinged door to close, wire markers should be placed at least 8 inches (203 mm) from termination end when using the AWG #14 wires.  After connections are completed for all modules in the rack, wire bundles must be secured. It’s recommended that cable ties are firmly wrapped round the wire bundles. Additional cable ties are used when larger wire bundles are involved. Each module comes with a door label insert which displays its wiring information. After completion of the field wiring, the terminal board should be firmly secured on the rack. For ideal ventilation of the module, a 6-inch clearance is recommended above and below the rack grill.

Technical Specifications

Rated Voltage: 5 volts DC or 10 to 60 volts DC
Number of Outputs: 32 Outputs (2 groups of 16)
Output Current: 16 mA/ point @ 5 VDC, 0.5 Amps/ point, 4 Amps/ group @ 10 to 60 VDC
Current Required: 0.25 Amps
Output Voltage Range:   5 volts DC or 10 to 60 volts DC
DC Power: Yes


Technical Information


Rated Voltage:



5 volts DC (" 5%)

10 to 60 volts DC

32 (two groups of 16 outputs each)


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

Output VoltageRange: OutputCurrent

5 volts DC

10 to 60 volts DC

5 volts or 10 to 60 volts


16 mA maximum per point

0.5 amps maximum per point 4 amps maximum per group

OutputCharacteristics Inrush Current

10 to 60 volts DC: Output VoltageDrop:

5 volts DC:

10 to 60 volts DC: ResponseTime-On: ResponseTime-Off: OutputLeakage:

5 volts DC:

10 to 60 volts DC:



5 amps maximum for 20 ms

0.5 voltsmaximum (16 mA)

1 volt (2 ohms) maximum

1 ms typical

1 ms typical

250 Amaximum


Current Required from 5 V Bus:

.25 amp


System designed to support the VME standard C.1



Troubleshooting IC697MDL753

Troubleshooting information is available on IC697MDL753's website page; it also includes a datasheet user-manual and a wiring diagram.

Repair your IC697MDL753

PDF Supply can repair your IC697MDL753 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 IC697MDL753?  Answer:  The IC697MDL753 is a 5/48 Volt DC, 0.5 Amp, Negative Logic, 32-Point Output module from the GE Fanuc 90-70 Series. This module provides 32 points divided into 2 isolated groups of 16 points each. 
  • Question:  What are some of the features that IC697MDL753 provides?  Answer:
    • 32 points- 2 isolated groups of 16 points each
    • 0.5 amp capacity per point
    • high inrush capacity (10x rated current)
  • 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:  Can IC697MDL753 operate at TTL levels?  Answer:  Yes, it can.
  • 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 IC697MDL753 is done through what?   Answer:  Configuration of IC697MDL753 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 IC697MDL753 is not working properly?   Answer:  Your IC697MDL753 may be in need of repair

For more information on the IC697MDL753 5/48 Volt DC, 0.5 Amp, Negative Logic, 32-Point Output Module of the GE Fanuc 90-70 Series, please see the Datasheet User-Manual. 


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