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IC697PWR711 GE Fanuc PLC Training Wiring 90-70 Power Supply Lights Diagnostics Test & Troubleshoot

Introduction: GE Fanuc IC697PWR711 Troubleshooting Guide

This troubleshooting guide is a test of the GE Fanuc IC697PWR711 90-70 power supply.
power-supply

Step 1: Initial Setup

Illustrated is a power cord (see image 3) with a white, which is neutral, or black, which is hot, or load 1 and load 2 and they’re screwed in, the hot wire is on the top load 1 and neutral on the bottom load 2. Make sure that you’ve got that right.
Note that when you begin the switch should be in the off position so that when you plug it in you can turn it on. Now, also in the rack is a IC697CPX935; it’s kind of irrelevant what you have here as long as you have some sort of a processor because the idea is you want to make that even if the power supply powers up that it’s able to get through the connector to the rest of the rack and power up something in the rack; we always have this here as a test. 
put-power-supply-in-place

Step 2: Confirm Power Supply Send Power To the Rack

The rack illustrated here is an IC697CHS750 five slot rack which is empty. So what you are going to do is make sure that this is in place and just for your reference on the other side is just a typical power cord (see below), you’ve seen both ends. Now you are going to go ahead and plug that in. Make sure you have the jumper in place, very important.
turn-on-power-supply
Now you are going to turn this on. First thing you are going to look for is the LED on the power supply and then the LED of the CPX. If they are working you now know that power is able to get from the power supply to the rack, that’s the more important job.

Step 3: Additional Steps If Necessary

If, for example, you turn on your power supply and there’s no LED first thing you want to check of course is your fuse. If it’s not the fuse then you have a bad power supply and there’s a number of things that could be wrong.

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