The DS200DSFBG1A functions within General Electric Mark V systems, exciters, and drives as a driver shunt feedback board. The board was designed and marketed by GE along with other Mark V components until the early 2010s when the system entered a post-production phase. While Mark V components may not be available from the OEM any longer, they are still available here from AX Control.
The DS200DSFBG1A is a square-shaped board. As a driver shunt card, the board can generate faults via the current feedback that it is designed to monitor. Two such faults are an IOC fault when current exceeds 250% of the rated current, and a DI/DT fault, which occurs when a step change of 100% or greater occurs in the rated shunt current.
The DS200DSFBG1A is built with a transformer near one edge. The board also has multiple transistors, vertical pin connectors, and stab-on connectors. The board also has more than a dozen eyelets on the board that are ringed with a conductive material. These are used to connect device gates and emitters. Additional components include integrated circuits, LED indicators, resistor network arrays, and varistors, as well as resistors and capacitors. The board is marked on two edges where stiffeners should be installed. Corners are drilled for mounting, and two edges are also marked to help with alignment.
More information regarding proper installation and handling can be found within user guides and manuals originally provided by General Electric. Questions regarding payment, shipping, or warranty can be directed to our staff. We also have dedicated pages here on our site on each subject.