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GE Connector Relay Terminal Board DS200DTBCG1AAA MK V Analog Control Card



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  • Part Number: DS200DTBCG1AAA
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200DTBCG1AAA Technical Specifications

Manufacturer GE General Electric
Series Mark V
Part Number DS200DTBCG1AAA
Product Type Contact Output Termination Module

Product Description

The GE Connector Relay Terminal Board DS200DTBCGIAAA features 2 terminal blocks with terminals for 110 signal wires in each. It also contains 2 3-plug connectors and 1 2-plug connector and 10 jumpers.

When you plan to replace the GE Connector Relay Terminal Board DS200DTBCGIAAA there are several steps to take before you remove the old board. First it is necessary to remove all power from the drive. Keep in mind that multiple sources of power supply electricity to the drive and when you remove power from 1 source you have to remove power from the remaining sources of power. It is best to consult with someone who is familiar with the installation of the drive to understand the various power sources and how best to remove power to the drive. For example, a rectifier converts ac power to dc power and you can disable a rectifier to remove dc power to the drive. This often is accomplished by removing a fuse from the rectifier. If ac power is supplied to the drive, you might use another method to remove power. This might include pulling a switch or removing power by turning off a circuit breaker.

View the board and notice where it is installed in the drive. Plan to install the replacement in the same location. Create a diagram or illustration of where the signal wires are attached to the terminals. Use strips of masking tape to create temporary tags on which you can write down the terminal ID the wire is attached to.


Frequently Asked Questions about DS200DTBCG1AAA

How are the relays divided on DS200DTBCG1AAA?
Relay outputs 1-15 on DS200DTBCG1AAA are either dry contact or 125 VDC for solenoids. Relays 16 and 17 on DS200DTBCG1AAA are fused for solenoids such as 20CB or 20FD, relay 18 on DS200DTBCG1AAA has a current limiting resistor for 20CF, and relays 19-30 on DS200DTBCG1AAA are dry contacts.
Where is DS200DTBCG1AAA located?
DS200DTBCG1AAA is located in the < Q11 > and < Q51 > cores of a Mark V LM control panel.
What do connectors JS1-JS8 on DS200DTBCG1AAA do?
Connectors JS1-JS8 on DS200DTBCG1AAA read the relay signals from the TCRA board in location four. 18 of the 30 relays on the TCRA board can be configured to be solenoids using hardware jumpers on DS200DTBCG1AAA to "wet" (power) them.

Repair Services For DS200DTBCG1AAA

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $452

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your DS200DTBCG1AAA. 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

All products we sell are backed by our unparalleled warranty. A warranty certificate will be provided with your order upon request.
All PLCs, HMIs, and Turbine Control Boards: 3 Years
All AC/DC and Servo Drives: 2 Years
All Motors: 1 Year
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