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The DS200STBAG1ADC Basic Drive Terminal Board was manufactured by General Electric for the Mark V Series of turbine control systems.



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  • Part Number: DS200STBAG1ADC
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200STBAG1ADC Technical Specifications

Manufacturer GE General Electric
Series Mark V
Part Number DS200STBAG1ADC
Functional Description Basic Drive Terminal Board
Instruction Manual GEI-100177
Functional Acronym STBA
PCB Coating Normal Coating
Functional Revision 1 A
Functional Revision 2 D
Artwork Revision C

About the DS200STBAG1ADC

The GE Basic Drive Terminal Board DS200STBAG1ADC provides connection points for I/O signals. Multiple revisions of the DS200STBAG1ADC exists and each is an improvement over the former versions in terms of reliability, usability, and cost effectiveness. This particular DS200STBAG1ADC PCB exists as a three times-revised version of the original DS200STBAG1 Basic Drive Terminal Board, making use of an A-rated functional product revision, a D-rated functional product revision, and a C-rated artwork configuration revision. This DS200STBAG1ADC Basic Drive Terminal Board's Mark V Series has originally-intended applications in the control and management systems of steam, wind and gas turbine automated drive assemblies, and is considered a legacy series as it has been discontinued for manufacture in the years since its initial release. While a General Electric legacy series, the Mark V is also one of the final General Electric product series to feature their patented Speedtronic control system technology in its various products; a technology that was first introduced with the rollout of the Mark I in the late 1960s. 

Hardware Tips and Specifications

As with any product in General Electric's extended catalog of Speedtronic technology-led control system products, this DS200STBAG1ADC Basic Drive Terminal Board makes use of a specific series of hardware components to attain its originally-intended functionality. Given the fact that this DS200STBAG1ADC Basic Drive Terminal Board is populated with revisions outranking the ABB specification, it is not considered to possess any sort of diagnostic testpoint in its assembly, although its face is populated by several Mark V Series-standardized hardware components included for voltage limitation purposes, such as as capacitors and resistors. Several corners of this DS200STBAG1ADC product offering's base circuit board have been drilled for convenient installation purposes, with each factory-drilled hole insulated in observance of potentially-present damaging surface voltages and static electricity. Connectors CP1PL through CP4PL are only for factory use only. They are used for supplying 115 VAC power to the board in a bench environment for testing purposes. Y19PL, YP20PL, and Y21PL are connectors on the board that are also only for factory use. The three connectors enable testing of the brake control circuits at the factory.

The DS200STBAG1ADC uses multiple jumpers to enable the user to set up various configuration options. Both JP4 and JP5 are used to configure the RS232C serial port for communications. One position is used for modem communications and one position is used for serial communications to a laptop. If you find that you are unable to successfully initiate serial communication to a laptop, you might switch the pin positions of JP4 and JP5 to see if the signals are compatible with the laptop. All of the hardware elements made available to the normal assembly of this DS200STBAG1ADC printed circuit board should be at least somewhat protected through the thick rudimentary protective layer afforded to this DS200STBAG1ADC PCB through use of its normal style of printed circuit board coating, which envelops and protects individual DS200STBAG1ADC base board elements on a functional priority basis. Before making a final purchase decision on this DS200STBAG1ADC Mark V Turbine Control System Series product, it is crucial to understand that its originally-introduced performance specifications and dimensions have no doubt been altered as a function of its possession of an extended three-fold revision history.

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200STBAG1ADC

What does jumper JP5 on DS200STBAG1ADC do?
Jumper JP5 on DS200STBAG1ADC is the jumper that swaps RS-232C Rxd and TxD data lines, COMPL pins 2 and 3.
What are the Form C terminals on DS200STBAG1ADC?
The Form C terminals on DS200STBAG1ADC are terminals 51-53 on DS200STBAG1ADC's terminal board. DS200STBAG1ADC terminal 51 is identified by a MACM nomenclature and this terminal on DS200STBAG1ADC is the Form C common contact from the MA pilot relay. DS200STBAG1ADC terminal 52 has a MANO nomenclature and this terminal on DS200STBAG1ADC is a Form C normally open contact from the MA pilot relay on DS200STBAG1ADC. DS200STBAG1ADC 53 terminal is identified by MANC nomenclature and is the Form C normalled closed contact from the MA pilot relay on DS200STBAG1ADC.
How does DS200STBAG1ADC connect to different boards?
DS200STBAG1ADC connects to the drive control board using plugs 6PL and 8PL. DS200STBAG1ADC connects to the DC power supply and instrumentation board using plug 4PL. DS200STBAG1ADC connects to the customer/system using RS-232C connector COMPL and terminal board points.
What will the manual for DS200STBAG1ADC help me with?
The manual for DS200STBAG1ADC, Manual GEI-100177 - The GE Motors and Industrial Systems Basic Drive Terminal Board Manual, will help you with understanding DS200STBAG1ADC and how DS200STBAG1ADC operates. The manual includes information on application data for DS200STBAG1ADC, including DS200STBAG1ADC's jumpers, testpoints and I/O. The manual also describes the power supplies, interfaces, and relay controls for DS200STBAG1ADC as well as renewal/warranty replacement information on DS200STBAG1ADC. The manual for DS200STBAG1ADC does not include all information on installation, operation, and maintenance for DS200STBAG1ADC, but the manual provides necessary general information on DS200STBAG1ADC.

Reviews For DS200STBAG1ADC

Internal Review

This DS200STBAG1ADC printed circuit board or PCB for short is better-known in relevant industry circles as the DS200STBAG1ADC Basic Drive Terminal Board; its original functional product description as stated above. While describable through its simple function, this DS200STBAG1ADC PCB is well-supported through its full three-fold revision history, and is available today for both repair and replacement. - AX Control Lead Technician

Repair Services For DS200STBAG1ADC

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $1385

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