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Energize-to-Trip Unit 8200-206 from Woodward ProTech 203 Overspeed Protection. 24Vdc Input, Lockable Enclosure, and a Trip Alarm and LED. The Energize-to-Trip function on this model will operate on a power supply of 24 VDC.



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  • Part Number: 8200-206
  • SKU: 8200206WO
  • Manufacturer: Woodward
  • Series: ProTech 203 Overspeed Protection

8200-206 Technical Specifications

Part Number 8200-206
Series ProTech 203 Overspeed Protection
Manufacturer Woodward Governor
Manual 85206 (F)
Model Energize-to-Trip
Features CPU Failure Indication
Dimensions W19in x H12.244in x D5.62in
Weight Approx 14 lbs
Operating Temperature –25 to +60 °C (–13 to +140 °F)
Display Operating Temperature –15 to +60 °C (+5 to +140 °F)
Input Voltage 24 Vdc = 18–32 Vdc, 5.12 W
NEMA Rating 4 and 4X

Product Description

The 8200-206 unit was released by Woodward Inc to operate in the ProTech 203 Overspeed Protection series. The ProTech 203 system works by sensing prime mover speed through three individual magnetic pickups (MPUs); each of the MPUs is tied to separate speed-sensing units within the system. Model 8200-206 is a 24 Vdc input, energize-to-trip model.

The three speed-sensing units in the 8200-206 system are enclosed in a single, locked enclosure. Key access is required to switch between MONITOR and PROGRAM modes. Aside from that, the units function independently from one another, continually monitoring for overspeed and or loss of input conditions. They are configured for a two-out-three voting method.

Testing, repair, or replacement of any single speed-sensing unit within the 8200-206 overspeed protection system requires little to no downtime in operation. The configuration of the units allows for two units to maintain complete control of the system in the event the third is offline.

The functional status of the 8200-206 system is shown by individual LED indicators on the front panel. Some of the separate LEDs indicate:

  • Failure of an MPU or its wiring
  • Errors in the unit’s CPU operation
  • Tripped speed-sensing (there is also a separate alarm output for this condition)

The 8200-206 system is only suitable for non-hazardous locations. It should be installed where it will be protected from sunlight, water, and vibration and will remain in an operating temperature range of –25 to +60 °C (–13 to +140 °F). For location requirements and installation instructions, refer to the ProTech 203 Overspeed Protection System Manual 85206 (Revision F).

Frequently Asked Questions about 8200-206

There are three other models in the Energize-to-Trip Protect Models subseries along with the 8200-206; do these models differ from the 8200-206 unit?

There are some differences between the 8200-206 and the other three energize-to-trip models. One of the models is similar to the 8200-206 model which is the 9907-346 which operates on the same power. The two different models are 8200-208 and 8200-210. Model 8200-208 operates on a power supply of 120 VAC/DC, in units A, B, and C. The 8200-210 model operates on 220 VAC in units A, B, and C. The voltage ranges of the model differ as well. For that information, refer to Table 1.3 on page two of the 85206 Manual.

What are some of the parameters that will be set on the 8200-206 model?

There is a long list of parameters displayed or set on the 8200-206 model. Some of the parameters are lamp test, trip speed setpoint, peak speed, present speed, and many more. Each of the parameters has its own function. For example, the present speed is the first parameter that will be displayed and can be used to tune other parameters on the 8200-206 model, such as, trip on MPU failed, MPU gear teeth, and trip speed setpoint.

Reviews For 8200-206

Internal Review

There are several features that the 8200-206 model uses when operating. It can read three magnetic pickups, perform three speed calculations, and then actuates the proper relay output according to the results picked up by the 8200-206 model. For more information on these functions, refer to chapter three of the 85206 manual. - AX Control Tech

Repair Services For 8200-206

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $4228

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 8200-206. All of our repairs come with a 3 Year AX Control Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process. To receive the repair pricing and lead time listed above please process your repair order via our website. The following repair options may be available upon request:

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