The GE Fanuc Series 90-30 PLC system includes racks, power supplys and CPUs. The most common CPU used in the Series 90-30 is IC693CPU364 which includes an Ethernet connection and 240K memory.
GE Fanuc Series 90-30 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Guide for the GE Series 90-30 PLC System.
The GE Fanuc Series 90-30 PLC System has the largest installed base of all GE PLC's, therefore we felt it was important to assist users with some troubleshooting procedures.
Our 33 years of expertise allows us to provide a concise process for identifying problems, as well as procedures which will help you recover from a factory-down situation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between the GE Rx3i series and GE Fanuc 90-30 series PLC?
Is the series 90-30 IC693CPU352 still being manufactured?
No, the coprocessor chip became obsolete. The IC693CPU351
can be ordered, but it is very expensive. You would be better off using theIC693CPU350
What is the difference between the IC693CMM302 module and the IC693BEM331 module?
While both are a part of the GE Intelligent Platform 90-30 series, the IC693CMM302
is a Communication module while the IC693BEM331
is a Bus Controller module.
When comparing CPU modules, what's the difference between the IC693CPU331 and IC693CPU350 modules?
Both are GE Intelligent Platform 90-30 series CPU’s, but the IC693CPU331
has 16k bytes of User Memory, while the IC693CPU350
has 32k bytes of User Memory. Also, the IC693CPU350
has no built-in serial ports.
In comparing Power Supply modules, what's the difference between the IC693PWR321 and the IC693PWR330?