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Model Number DS200SDCIG1AEB is a DC Power Supply and Instrumentation Board produced by General Electric for the Mark V series. The field exciter is 10 A. The SDCI model works with a DC2000 drive that has an input voltage of up to 600 VAC.



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  • Part Number: DS200SDCIG1AEB
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200SDCIG1AEB Technical Specifications

Part Number DS200SDCIG1AEB
Series Mark V
Manufacturer GE General Electric
Instruction Manual GEI-100173
Product Type SDCI DC Power Supply and Instrumentation Board
Functional Acronym/Abbreviation SDCI
Group Revision G1
Field Exciter Value Less Than or Equal to 10 A

Product Description

The GE DC Power Supply and Instrumentation Board DS200SDCIG1AEB serves as an interface to DC2000 drives. The DS200SDCIG1AEB is populated with 5 fuses that serve to protect the board from damage. If a power overload condition occurs, a fuse might blow to protect components from being damaged. A valuable feature is that if a fuse blows you can inspect the LED lights on the board and confirm that a problem with the board has occurred.  You can refer to the information that came with the board and determine the possible reasons for the fuse to blow.

You might determine that the board must be replaced immediately or you might determine that a condition in the drive caused the board to fail. If that is the case, correct the condition in the drive first. For example, a temporary overload condition caused the fuse to blow. In that case, if the temporary overload condition is not likely to reoccur, just remove the board from the drive, replace the fuse, reinstall the board, and continue the manufacturing process.

You must allow only qualified servicers to inspect, repair, or otherwise touch the DS200SDCIG1AEB board or the drive it is installed in. This also applies to replacing a blown fuse. The servicer must be familiar with the equipment in the manufacturing site, and in particular with the drive and the board. An unqualified servicer might break components or expose the components to dangerous high voltage. An unqualified servicer might be injured by a high-voltage current.

This model is just one of two group revisions. The DS200SDCIG1AEB model is part of the G1 group and will have an internal field exciter supply less than or equal to 10 A. For more information on the SDCI unit refer to the GEI-100173 SDCI DC Power Supply and Instrumentation Board Manual.

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200SDCIG1AEB

What power supply circuits does DS200SDCIG1AEB have circuits for?
DS200SDCIG1AEB has circuits for power supplies: +5 VDC, 4A; +/-15 VDC, 0.4A; +/-24 VDC and 115 VAC, 0.4A.
What is covered in the manual for DS200SDCIG1AEB?
The manual for DS200SDCIG1AEB, Manual GEI-100173, the GE Drive Systems Replacement Procedures for SDCI DC Power Supply and Instrumentation Board Manual, provides instructions on the information needed when replacing a DS200SDCIG1AEB but also covers some other aspects of DS200SDCIG1AEB such as circuitry, jumpers, hardware, etc. The manual for DS200SDCIG1AEB does not cover everything about DS200SDCIG1AEB, and the manual should not be intended to provide every possible contingency during installation, operation, and maintenance of DS200SDCIG1AEB, but the manual will help greatly with DS200SDCIG1AEB.
What is fuse \"FU3\" used for on DS200SDCIG1AEB?
Fuse "FU3" on DS200SDCIG1AEB is the fuse for -24 and -5 VDC signal-level power supplies. If fuse "FU3" on DS200SDCIG1AEB is blown, the programmer is unable to display fault messages, but LED CR55 will be illuminated when control power is applied to the drive. When the "FU3" fuse is blown on DS200SDCIG1AEB, it's usually because of an accidental short of -24V, either while probing or due to a wiring error at the terminal board.
Which circuits on DS200SDCIG1AEB connect to AC line and DC motor signals?
Circuits to instrument numerous AC line and DC motor signals on DS200SDCIG1AEB include armature current and voltage, field current, AC line currents, voltage magnitude, and phase sequence.

Reviews For DS200SDCIG1AEB

Internal Review

One of the best features of the DS200SDCIG1AEB model is that not only can it be used with Mark V systems, but it can also be used with DC2000 drives. When used with the DC2000 drives it will provide interface circuitry and logic power to the drives with input voltages up to 600 VAC. For more circuitry information refer to the attached GE Manual. - AX Control Tech

Repair Services For DS200SDCIG1AEB

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $985

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your DS200SDCIG1AEB. 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

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