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General Electric Mark V Series DS200SHVMG1ACD SCR High Voltage M-Frame Interface Board

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General Electric Mark V Series DS200SHVMG1ACD SCR High Voltage M-Frame Interface Board

AVAILABILITY:

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Contact: 1-919-372-8413 (Intl.), 1-800-991-7026 (US), sales@axcontrol.com

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DS200SHVMG1ACD Technical Specifications

Instruction Manual GEI-100174
Manufacturer GE General Electric
Part Number DS200SHVMG1ACD
Product Type SCR High Voltage M-Frame Interface Board
Series Mark V

Product Description

The DS200SHVMG1ACD is a high voltage M-frame interface board. Since it was developed for the General Electric Mark V board series, this card can be used across a wide range of GE brand exciters and drives. Interfacing between the M-frame drive’s SCR bridge and the DCFB/SDCI power supply board and the PCCA power connect card is provided with this board.

DS200SHVMG1ACD provides an array of drive functions to the drive when installed. The board works to convert shunt signals (between -500 and 500 mV) into differential frequency outputs (0 to 500 kHz). The conversion of the shunt signals into frequencies occurs in the positive and negative DC voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) circuits. When the conversions are complete, the frequency signals are then sent to either the DCFB or SDCI board or the PCCA card. A 10:1 current transformer attenuation is is available for the AC line currents. The board can accommodate most attenuation requirements using the 17 integrated configurable jumpers.

Be sure to meet all manufacturer provided installation parameters for both DS200SHVMG1ACD and the installed drive. These will promote proper drive and system function. To review step-by-step instructions on wiring and installing the board, please refer to the device’s datasheet and manual. The manufacturer, General Electric, was the original provider of technical support for the entire Mark V series, including DS200SHVMG1ACD.

AX Control’s knowledgeable sales staff is happy to assist with all of your DS200SHVMG1ACD needs. Current prices on this and other parts and repairs is available by calling or emailing a member of our sales team.

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200SHVMG1ACD

What's the difference between safety signals "warning" and "caution" on a GE DS200SHVMG1ACD?
"Warning" is the safety signal that is more detrimental on DS200SHVMG1ACD. When "warning" is seen on DS200SHVMG1ACD, it indicates a procedure, practice, condition, or statement on DS200SHVMG1ACD that could result in personal injury or death if not strictly observed. "Caution" for DS200SHVMG1ACD is DS200SHVMG1ACD's safety signal that could result in damage to or destruction of DS200SHVMG1ACD equipment.
What type of transformers does DS200SHVMG1ACD use?
DS200SHVMG1ACD uses hardware jumper-selectable 10:1 current transformers to provide additional current attenuation capability. DS200SHVMG1ACD doesn't always use transformers, but DS200SHVMG1ACD uses transformers for the AC line currents when attentuation is required, which is when DS200SHVMG1ACD is above 144 mA main line ACCT secondary current.
Where can I find information about the connectors on DS200SHVMG1ACD?
DS200SHVMG1ACD has 8 plug connectors and DS200SHVMG1ACD has 18 stab connectors. Tables 2-9 in the DS200SHVMG1ACD manual, Manual GEI-100174, show the pin signals of each of DS200SHVMG1ACD's plug connectors. Table 10 in the manual provides descriptions for stab connectors on DS200SHVMG1ACD. Figure 1 in the manual for DS200SHVMG1ACD also displays a layout of DS200SHVMG1ACD, showing the locations of the connectors on DS200SHVMG1ACD.
What will I find in the manual for DS200SHVMG1ACD?
In the manual for DS200SHVMG1ACD, Manual GEI-100174, you will find information on DS200SHVMG1ACD and other SHVM boards. The manual is the SCR High Voltage M-Frame Interface Board Manual and the contents in the manual include: safety symbol legend, functional description of DS200SHVMG1ACD, application data for DS200SHVMG1ACD, and renewal.warranty replacement for DS200SHVMG1ACD.

Repair Services For DS200SHVMG1ACD

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $350

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