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This DS200CSSAG1BCA Cell State Sensor Board was manufactured for the General Electric Mark V Turbine Control System Series.



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  • Part Number: DS200CSSAG1BCA
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200CSSAG1BCA Technical Specifications

Manufacturer GE General Electric
Series Mark V
Part Number DS200CSSAG1BCA
Functional Description Cell State Sensor Board
Functional Acronym CSSA
PCB Coating Normal Coating
Functional Revision 1 B
Functional Revision 2 C
Artwork Revision A

About the DS200CSSAG1BCA

This DS200CSSAG1BCA printed circuit board from trusted industrial retailer General Electric is a crucial member of its greater Mark V Series of turbine control systems, as evidenced by its manual-introduced functional product description as a Cell State Sensor Board. While this DS200CSSAG1BCA PCB's description as a Cell State Sensor board may be this product's official functional description, some fringe Mark V Series manual materials may refer to its as a Cell State Sensor Assembly, which aligns more perfectly with this General Electric device's CSSA functional product abbreviation. This DS200CSSAG1BCA printed circuit board is not the original Cell State Sensor Assembly that was manufactured for use in General Electric's Mark V Series; that would be the DS200CSSAG1 Cell State Sensor Board missing all three of this DS200CSSAG1BCA PCB's significant product revisions.

Hardware Tips and Specifications

As with any Mark V Series product, this DS200CSSAG1BCA Cell State Sensor Board utilizes some interesting and unique hardware components and component specifications in its internal assembly that allow it to reach normative functionality. The GE Cell State Sensor Board DS200CSSAG1BCA contains two 40-pin connectors and is 4 inches in height and 11 inches in width. It also contains one 4-pin connector and one 9-pin connector. This DS200CSSAG1BCA Cell State Sensor Board has a normal style of Mark V Series assembly, despite its characterization as a Mark V Series assembly product in original GE instructional manual materials. This domestically-manufactured Mark V Series PCB is a Mark V Series Group One product with a B-rated primary functional revision. a C-rated secondary functional revision, and an A-rated artwork configuration revision. All of the previously mentioned hardware components and component specifications should receive some level of base protection from the standard normal style of PCB protective coating applied to this device.

When the GE Cell State Sensor Board DS200CSSAG1BCA is installed in the drive, you are exposed to the high energy current that is contained in the drive when power is on and you must follow guidelines to make sure the power is removed from the drive. Always assume that the power is on when you reach into the interior of the drive, such as the board cabinet. The DC power to the drive is supplied by devices that are equipped with fuses and when you remove the fuses the devices are disabled and power supplied to the drive is stopped. Some components store power  during normal operation, and a necessary thirty second delay enables the current to drain off or dissipate. Before you touch anything, it is considered crucial to use a tester to verify that the power is off. The tester controls must be set correctly and you must be sure the device is approved for the purpose. Before attempting any diagnostic testing on this DS200CSSAG1BCA PCB, make sure your testing probes are not worn and are the approved probes for the tester.

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200CSSAG1BCA

What does this DS200CSSAG1BCA Cell State Sensor Board's normal style of PCB coating involve?

This DS200CSSAG1BCA PCB's normal style of PCB coating is a thick, rudimentary layer of PCB protective coating that encases individual hardware elements on this DS200CSSAG1BCA PCB's base board on a functional priority basis.

What is the difference between this DS200CSSAG1BCA printed circuit boards' functional and artwork product revisions?

This DS200CSSAG1BCA PCB features both functional and artwork product revisions. The artwork revision in the assembly of this DS200CSSAG1BCA PCB deals with the configuration of hardware elements on this Mark V Series product's base board, while its functional revisions increase the overall functionality and performance specifications of the product.

Reviews For DS200CSSAG1BCA

Internal Review

This DS200CSSAG1BCA Cell State Censor Board or Cell State Sensor Assembly is a crucial member of the respected and Speedtronic-driven Mark V Series of automated turbine control systems, no matter what you decide to call this product. This DS200CSSAG1BCA General Electric printed circuit board, as explained above, features a full three-fold revision history, and while its CSSA functional acronym seems to point to some sort of modular status, this DS200CSSAG1BCA product has a normal Mark V Series assembly version. - AX Control Lead Technician

Repair Services For DS200CSSAG1BCA

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $1305

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