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The DS200IIBDG1ADA circuit board component from GE Industrial Systems' Mark V series is an IGBT Gate Driver Board intended for use with GE's AC2000I drive assembly components.



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  • Part Number: DS200IIBDG1ADA
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200IIBDG1ADA Technical Specifications

Manufacturer GE General Electric
Series Mark V
Part Number DS200IIBDG1ADA
Functional Description AC2000I IGBT Driver Board
Functional Acronym IIBD
PCB Coating Normal Coating
Functional Revision 1 A
Functional Revision 2 D
Artwork Revision A
Instruction Manual GEI-100180A

Product Description

Oftentimes referred to by its functional acronym IIBD, the DS200IIBDG1ADA is a Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) Board. The DS200IIBDG1ADA has three major functions in terms of the greater overall drive assembly, including current feedback isolation, isolating motor terminal voltage, and protecting the assembly's gate drive for power insulated gate bipolar transistors or IGBTs. This product exists as a member of GE Industrial Systems' Mark V series of automated drive component parts. Please note that while any information provided here may not be completely accurate, as the dimensions of this PCB component part may be influenced by its three revisions.

Hardware Tips and Specifications

As with any printed circuit board, GE Industry Systems or otherwise, it is important to consider compatibilities and specifications before making a purchase decision. This printed circuit board is unique in a number of components, beginning with DS200IIBDG1ADA's nine indicator LEDs that provide a status of the processing of the board. The LEDs are visible from the interior of the circuit board cabinet and display different colors when lit, demonstrating different drive assembly conditions. Beyond the LEDs that come standard with this PCB, the DS200IIBDG1ADA has a collection of contrasting connectors contributing carefully to customizability and compatibility. Some of these connector types include:

  • Six two-pin plugs intended for use in isolation transformer output
  • three ribbon cable connectors for the IGBT snubber board, each with twelve pins
  • a singular input/ouput supporting ribbon cable with 34 pins
  • a plug for an IMCP boards' high frequency AC input with two pins
  • another two-pin connector for the input/output of the assembly's temperature sensor

Beyond the various connectors present on the base plate of the DS200IIBDG1ADA, this particular printed circuit board has a manually movable jumper for supreme customization. This jumper selects the gate turn-on delay, and is characterized as a Berg-type jumper that has been factory-set as a specified component. The default setting for this PCB assembly component jumper is position 1.3, when a turn-on delay of 10.0 μsec is desired. Attached below is a chart detailing the placement of the Berg jumper on the IIBD component board.

Software Tips and Specifications

Several significant faults in PCB assembly function may occur even during normative use of the DS200IIBDG1ADA. These faults can usually be attributed to one of two component parts affixed to the base plate of this printed circuit board; IGBT gate drive circuits or shunt current feedback circuits. The DS200IIBDG1ADA's IGBT gate drive circuits produce both the desaturation fault as well as the undervoltage fault. This Mark V model's shunt current feedback circuit, on the other hand, may produce both di/dt faults and overcurrent faults. It is additionally important to note that occurrences of shunt current feedback faults may potentially mask the existence of a desaturation fault. This is adjusted for through the IMCP component part's 5 μsec turn-off delay.

Installation Tips and Specifications

The GE Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) Board DS200IIBDG1ADA is installed in the printed circuit board cabinet of the greater drive assembly. Because the cabinet contains multiple boards and  cables routed throughout the cabinet, it is important that you follow some basic guidelines to avoid damage to the any printed circuit board component. When you insert or remove a board, make sure you do not touch other boards in the cabinet and break off the components. Beyond this basic guideline, this component PCB's manufacturer, GE Industrial Systems, recommends turning off the greater assembly's power and waiting for a minimum of five minutes for the discharging of DC link capacitors. It is of paramount importance to check that no voltage exists between DCPLF1 and DCPLF2, or between ACPLF1 and ACPLF2. This is important as voltages classified as dangerous or even "lethal" can store on the face of this PCB.

Also, in some circumstances you might have to remove one board to gain access to a board you want to replace. Be sure to replace the board in the same position from which you removed it if forced to do this, reconnecting all cables as necessary.

When you restart the drive, verify that the board you replaced is working properly and also check the operation of the board you removed to gain access to the board in need of replacement.

After you replace the GE Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) Board DS200IIBDG1ADA, you can use the indicator LEDs to verify the board is working properly. However you must understand that with power applied to the drive, a risk of shock exists when you open the cabinet door to view the indicator LEDs. It is important that you not touch any components in the cabinet while you view the LEDs.

Remember when handling the DS200IIBDG1ADA that this board has no end-user serviceable parts or fuses; therefore if it fails, it needs to be replaced entirely.

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200IIBDG1ADA

How should I conduct power-on testing for the DS200IIBDG1ADA?

Power-on testing for this PCB should only be attempted with insulated current probes and isolated voltage sensing. Floating an oscilloscope is not recommended for power-on testing of the DS200IIBDG1ADA, and only instruments rated for this component board's high voltages should come in contact with this board's power circuit.

How is the IIBD board attached to the greater GE drive assembly?

The IIBD board is detachable from the greater GE drive assembly through the use of six plastic snap holders and numerous cables, including both cables with pull tabs and ribbon cables. A detailed guide showcasing proper replacement of the IIDB PCB is available in the GEI-100180A manual available in the "manuals" tab above.

What do the LEDs present on this IIBD component board's face plate represent?

The IIBD board features nine total LEDs on its base plate. These LEDs represent different forms of function faults. Lit LEDs labeled CR1 to CR3 all indicate Phase A faults, while lit LEDs labeled CR7 to CR9 signify Phase B faults. Finally, any lit LED labeled CR21 to CR23 reveal a functional fault in Phase C. Again, a more detailed description of these LEDs with their corresponding faults is available in Table 2 of GE Motors and Industrial Systems' instructional manual GEI-100180A.

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Internal Review

Perhaps a major claim to fame for GE Industrial Systems' Mark V DS200IIBDG1ADA is the component PCB's own internal power supply, which is supported through the inclusion of isolation transformers and a unique gate turn-on delay feature. While this product is supported by a number of safety features, it is important to note the hazardous voltage possible in the DS200IIBDG1ADA PCB, in every circuit present on the base plate of this component board. For a guide to corrective handling and installation of the IIBD circuit board, please refer to the resource MANUAL GEI-100180A available in the manuals tab above. - AX Control Lead Technician

Repair Services For DS200IIBDG1ADA

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $785

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your DS200IIBDG1ADA. 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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