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The IS200EGPAG1BEC Gate Pulse Amplifier was manufactured for GE Industrial Systems' EX2100 Excitation Control Series, and is modified through its inclusion of three significant product revisions.



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  • Part Number: IS200EGPAG1BEC
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: EX2100 & EX2100e Excitation Control

IS200EGPAG1BEC Technical Specifications

Manufacturer GE Industrial Systems
Series EX2100
Part Number IS200EGPAG1BEC
Functional Acronym EGPA
Functional Description Gate Pulse Amplifier
PCB Coating Normal Coating
Functional Revision 1 B
Functional Revision 2 E
Artwork Revision C

Product Description

The IS200EGPAG1BEC printed circuit board was originally manufactured by General Electric shell company GE Industrial Systems; a company responsible for the manufacture of all of the EX2100 Excitation Control Systems Series products. This PCB can be more explicitly defined as an Exciter Gate Pulse Amplifier, and is modified through its inclusion of three significant product revisions.

Hardware Tips and Specifications

Before examining the various hardware components important to this devices's functionality as a Gate Pulse Amplifier, it is important to consider the actual functionality of the product itself. This EGPA board was created as a sort of interface that acts between the EX2100 Series drive assembly's control and its Power Bridge. This IS200EGPAG1BEC board collects the compatible ESEL board's various gating commands in order to generate gate firing pulses attributed to six total Silicon Controlled Rectifiers or SCRs. The IS200EGPAG1BE Exciter Gate Pulse Amplifier features additional functionality in its interfacing for bridge airflow monitoring, temperature monitoring, and current conduction feedback. While many EX2100 Excitation Control System Series Exciters utilize a series of Klixon switches for their temperature control and alarm generation, newer EX2100 exciter models may incorporate a RTD instead. Two total switches are wired to the EGPA board, and may require retrofitting to their existing bridges. Both of these switches are classified as thermal switches, and one opens up at the alarm level temperature rating of 170 degrees fahrenheit, while the other opens at the trip level of 190 degrees fahrenheit. When either of these two mentioned switches are opened, a bridge over temperature alarm is generated that may interrupt normative EX2100 drive assembly activity. In the case that both switches in the EGPA board assembly were to be activated, a fault and fault trip are generated for the IS200EGPAG1BEC PCB.

A number of additional hardware specifications for this IS200EGPAG1BEC printed circuit board are available upon a breakdown of its individualized IS200EGPAG1BEC product number, which immediately yields the IS200 Series Tag. This tag is included with dual naming responsibilities for this EGPA-abbreviated PCB; detailing the product as a domestically manufactured PCB with no special assembly type. An instance of the EGPA functional acronym in the IS200EGPAG1BEC product number is shrugged for the G1 series grouping tag; which has dual naming functionality for the IS200EGPAG1BEC board similarly to the IS200 series tag. This G1 tag reveals the EGPA board to be a normally-coated PCB with a group one EX2100 Series grouping. The final trailing "BEC" digits in this product's part number reveal its three-fold significant revision history.

Frequently Asked Questions about IS200EGPAG1BEC

What type of product revisions does this IS200EGPAG1BEC board utilize?

The IS200EGPAG1BEC Gate Pulse Amplifier makes use of three total product revisions; two functional revisions and a singular artwork revision.

What is a fault trip?

During heavy load conditions, a fault trip may occur if excessive grounding currents are experienced. This trip is a neccessitated cease of all of the IS200EGPAG1BEC board's functioning, to allow for proper maintenance and damage diagnostics.

What do similar EX2100 Series Models with a special assembly modle include?

The IS200EGPAG1BEC PCB doesn't incorporate a SCOM grounding output terminal in its assembly, which is typical for special assembly EX2100 model printed circuit boards. 

Reviews For IS200EGPAG1BEC

Internal Review

A crucial interfacing board to the greater EX2100 Excitation Control Series drive assembly; this IS200EGPAG1BEC printed circuit board should be well-supported through its inclusion of three total product revisions. With this model PCB, it is important to remember the detached or exterior statuses of its retrofitted bridge switches, which may require special accommodations in their respective installation sites. This PCB receives a thick, basic layer of protection from its normal-style PCB coating. - AX Control Lead Technician

Repair Services For IS200EGPAG1BEC

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $2195

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