GE IC697CPM790 Connecting Connector Boards

GE IC697CPM790

Technical Parameters:

  • CPU with 7 communication ports and LCD display
  • Serial ports for master/slave or custom device connections
  • USB local I/O expansion, Ethernet remote I/O
  • Plenty of discrete and analog I/O modules, display on analog modules
  • Easy drive integration
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GE IC697CPM790 Connecting Connector Boards

The GE IC697CPM790 standalone board fixture supports any CAMI connector board. Use it to connect these boards to expansion modules or for applications where the connector board must be separated from the tester. If desired, the boards can be locked into place using the supplied nylon wing screws. The modules can communicate with the sensors via a variety of wireless protocols. With the add-on module, HARTING MICA is now able to capture and process data via SmartMESH IP (DUST), low-power Bluetooth, and XBee slots, independent of existing machine controls.

Wireless functionality is provided by the GE IC697CPM790, and HARTING has partnered with Arrow Electronics, a member of, to develop the MICA Wireless Sensor Network Solution, which adds wireless communication capabilities to machine monitoring systems. The companies are demonstrating this MICA enhancement at this week’s SPS IPC Drives trade show in Nuremberg, Germany. These transport protocols have been selected to provide multiple ways for wireless sensors to connect to the HARTING MICA, either directly or through a sensor node. The combination of wireless sensors and MICA allows monitoring of existing machines (condition monitoring).

The GE IC697CPM790 uses an external shunt to measure current grids up to 480 VAC. The module can also be used to measure DC voltages up to 277 VDC and high currents on both channels. Features include:
Suitable for both AC and DC currents
Works with any fieldbus in any location
Measures currents up to 20,000 amps
These modules provide users with the ability to analyze over the fieldbus as well as measure current using an external shunt. Like the other modules in WAGO’s family of three-phase power measurement modules, this new module also monitors a number of AC values such as voltage, current, power (active, reactive and apparent), power factor, phase shift angle and frequency. These modules complement our current modules for proportional current measurement using CT or Rogowski sensors.