193X713AAG01

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The 193X713AAG01 is a GE printed circuit board

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  • Part Number: 193X713AAG01
  • SKU: 193X713AAG01GBTC
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: 193x Boards

193X713AAG01

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The 193X713AAG01 is a GE printed circuit board

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  • Part Number: 193X713AAG01
  • SKU: 193X713AAG01GBTC
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: 193x Boards

Product Description

The 193X713AAG01 is a test instrument board manufactured by General Electric for their DC drive systems, such as the Speed Variator Drive or the SCR Drive. Both systems feature DC motors. These are closed loop, adjustable speed systems.

The 193X713AAG01 is built with a narrow front panel attached to the printed circuit board.  This front panel has a rounded handle attached near its bottom edge, which helps ease insertion or removal of the board from rack systems for replacement or maintenance.  The panel is attached to the circuit board by two screws attached through the bottom of the PCB and reinforced by a metal bar along its top edge. The panel includes the board ID number and the GE logo.  The left edge has a red rotary dial placed above a black rotary dial. To the right of these components are two rocker switches. The top rocker switch is white and is marked X10, X100, X1. The bottom switch is black and has no markings.  Below these two components, there is a small opening in the board that contains a thumbwheel. The right side of the panel is populated by a rounded panel that houses an analog volt gauge. This gauge measures up to three volts either side of null.  

The volt gauge mentioned above connects to a GE 50-185 Edgewise panel meter. This meter has a dust-tight case. A zero-regulator is located near the rear of the casing.   The accuracy of the meter is +/- 2% of full scale, with a response time of two seconds max. The 193X713AAG01 is populated with very few components beside the panel meter.  The board has several polyester vinyl capacitors mounted to its surface. Wiring connects the above mentioned components from the front panel to the PCB. These connections should be checked on a regular basis to maintain proper board operation.  

Repair Services For 193X713AAG01

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $320

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 193X713AAG01. 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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AX Control Warranty Info

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All PLCs, HMIs, and Turbine Control Boards: 3 Years
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All Motors: 1 Year
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