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The DS200SDCCG4AGD Drive Control Card was manufactured by General Electric for the Mark V Turbine Control System Series.



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  • Part Number: DS200SDCCG4AGD
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200SDCCG4AGD Technical Specifications

Manufacturer GE General Electric
Series Mark V
Part Number DS200SDCCG4AGD
Functional Description Drive Control Card
Instruction Manual GEI-100029
Functional Acronym SDCC
PCB Coating Normal Coating
Functional Revision 1 A
Functional Revision 2 G
Artwork Revision D

About the DS200SDCCG4AGD

This DS200SDCCG4AGD printed circuit board product offering from General Electric was originally manufactured for the Mark V Turbine Control System Series, as explained just above. The rather self-explanatory Mark V Series that this DS200SDCCG4AGD printed circuit board or PCB for short belongs to has specific applications in the control and management systems of popular and compatible wind, steam, and gas turbine automated drive assemblies, as indicated by its full extended series name. With this being true, this DS200SDCCG4AGD PCB's Mark V Series has to be defined as a now-obsolete legacy product series, as its manufacture was discontinued in one of the many years following its initial Mark product series rollout. While a now-obsolete legacy product series, the Mark V Series that this DS200SDCCG4AGD PCB belongs to is still something of a highly-esteemed General Electric product series on the greater automated industrial marketplace, as it exists as one of the lastly-developed GE product series to make use of the patented Speedtronic control system technology first introduced alongside the rollout of the Mark I Series in the later 1960s.

Hardware Tips and Specifications

The General Electric Drive Control Board DS200SDCCG4AGD is the primary controller for the drive, and achieves this specific Mark V Series functional role through its normal Mark V Series assembly's acceptance of a unique series of hardware components and hardware component specifications. The GE Drive Control Board DS200SDCCG4AGD is populated with 3 microprocessors and RAM that can be accessed by multiple microprocessors at the same time. The microprocessors are designed to process specific functions of the board. Connectors on the GE Drive Control Board DS200SDCCG4AGD are used to connect the board to the optional cards that are available and also to the other boards that control the drive. Two connectors are used to connect to the Power Supply Interface Board. One of the two provides the I/O signals to the Power Supply Interface Board and the other provides the DC voltage from the Power Supply Interface Board. Generally, any voltage limitation or suppression utilized by this DS200SDCCG4AGD Drive Control Board would be introduced with its base circuit board's attachment of a standardized series of voltage-limiting hardware components, including various styles of capacitors, resistors, diodes, and integrated circuits. This DS200SDCCG4AGD PCB is not the originally-developed product of its specific Mark V Series functionality; that would be the DS200SDCCG4 parent Drive Control Board missing this DS200SDCCG4AGD PCB's three significant product revisions.

When the board is operating as intended without errors the LED lights on the board flash left-to-right in sequence. They maintain the same pattern when the drive is receiving power but is not running. The 10 LEDs are located on the board in a row. If an error is found the LEDs flash and display the error code. The first two LED flash the hundreds digit, the next four flash the tens digit, and the final four flash the unit digits. The LEDs can also be configured to display drive variables. The LED lights are visible when you open the drive cabinet door and the board is located facing the front. The drive contains current that can cause shock or burns to individuals that touch the components inside the drive. The above-included information on this DS200SDCCG4AGD personalized product page is overwhelmingly  reminiscent of this PCB's LED indicators and various diagnostic offerings. While this information is certainly good to remember, its presence on this page is truly more telling of this DS200SDCCG4AGD PCB's lack of original instructional documentation available online. With this lack being identified, the DS200SDCCG4AGD functional product number itself becomes a primary source of DS200SDCCG4AGD Board hardware component and component specification information; coding for specific details in a consecutive series of functional naming segments. For example, the DS200SDCCG4AGD functional product number is started off with the dual-functional DS200 series tag delegating this DS200SDCCG4AGD PCB's normal Mark V Series assembly as well as its domestic original manufacture location. Some of the other relevant hardware details revealed through the DS200SDCCG4AGD functional product number itself includes this PCB's:       

  • SDCC functional product acronym
  • Normal PCB coating style
  • Group 4 Mark V Series product grouping
  • A-rated primary functional revision
  • G-rated secondary functional revision
  • D-rated artwork configuration revision

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200SDCCG4AGD

What is the P15 testpoint for on DS200SDCCG4AGD?
Testpoint P15 on DS200SDCCG4AGD is for regulated +15 volt power supply.
What applications is DS200SDCCG4AGD used in?
DS200SDCCG4AGD is used in TC2000 turbine applications. DS200SDCCG4AGD is the same as G1A SDCCs except DS200SDCCG4AGD has enlarged EE parameter storage area and different firmware.
Which jumpers connect to DS200SDCCG4AGD?
DS200SDCCG4AGD uses berg-type hardware jumpers and DS200SDCCG4AGD uses wire jumpers. The jumpers connected to DS200SDCCG4AGD are used for factory test or user applications.
How can I get the manual for DS200SDCCG4AGD?
We can provide you with the manual for DS200SDCCG4AGD. We have the manual for DS200SDCCG4AGD on file. The manual used with DS200SDCCG4AGD is the GE Motors and Industrial Systems Drive Control Card Manual, a manual specific to DS200SDCCG4AGD. This manual is Manual GEI-100029. For a copy of DS200SDCCG4AGD's manual, send a manual request.

Reviews For DS200SDCCG4AGD

Internal Review

This DS200SDCCG4AGD printed circuit board product offering from General Electric is a Drive Control Card manufactured for the Mark V Turbine Control System Series, as discussed above. The Mark V Series that this DS200SDCCG4AGD Device belongs to is an obsolete legacy series still offered here with warrantied protection. This DS200SDCCG4AGD PCB is probably more accurately-describable as a Drive Control Board, given its standard Mark V Series base PCB dimensions. Available here for both repair and replacement today. - AX Control Lead Technician

Repair Services For DS200SDCCG4AGD

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $565

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your DS200SDCCG4AGD. 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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