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Mark V DC Power and Instrument Board DS200DCVAG2A is from General Electric that can be used with direct interfaces for thermocouples and vibration sensors. This board has several abnormal operating conditions such as loss of oil, overheating, and overspeed.



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  • Part Number: DS200DCVAG2A
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200DCVAG2A Technical Specifications

Functional Acronym/Abbreviation DCVA
Humidity 5-95% non-condensing
Manufacturer GE General Electric
Model Type DC Power and Instrument Board
Surge Requirement Designed to ANSI C37.90.1
Vibration 1.0 G horizontal, 0.5 G vertical at 15 to 120 Hz
Series Mark V
Part Number DS200DCVAG2A
Product Type DC Power and Instrumentation Board
Instruction Manual GEI-100460

Product Description

The DC Power and Instrument Board DS200DCVAG2A is part of the Mark V Series produced by General Electric. This board is primarily used with turbine control systems, these systems have the capability to be fully programmed. This board has online maintenance, built-in diagnostics, and a common hardware platform that allows for this board to be used with steam and gas applications. The built-in diagnostics for this board include background, power-up, and manually initiated diagnostic routines. All of the routines of this board have the ability to identify sensor, output device, and control panel faults. 

The DS200DCVAG2A board also has inputs and outputs which are designed for direct interfacing with the following generator and turbine devices, some of these devices are thermocouples, servos, and LVDT/Rs, as well as magnetic speed pickups. All of the contact inputs on this board are optically isolated and will receive a time stamp within one millisecond of a status change within the system. There are internally powered outputs which are also known as solenoid outputs. 

There are several ungrounded thermocouple types on the DS200DCVAG2A board, each thermocouple has an RTD type, for example, the K thermocouple is an RTD of 120 Ω nickel. The thermocouples and RTDs are used with linearization for various sensor types. All information regarding this board can be found in the GEI-100460 Speedtronic Mark V Product Description Manual. There are other General Electric publications and manuals that can also be used when operating the DCVA board in a Mark V System. 

Reviews For DS200DCVAG2A

Internal Review

The primary purpose of this board is to directly interface with a wide variety of inputs and outputs. The DS200DCVAG2A board can also be used with many different diagnostics for output devices, sensors, and more. All of the built-in diagnostics can be found in the GEI-100482 manual. - AX Control Technician

Repair Services For DS200DCVAG2A

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $945

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your DS200DCVAG2A. 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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