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The DS200SVAAG1 model is a Voltage Attenuator board manufactured by General Electric for the Mark V series. The board is used to attenuate the input voltage signal to a desired level to aid in keeping the Mark V system at a voltage level that is safe to operate.



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  • Part Number: DS200SVAAG1
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200SVAAG1 Technical Specifications

Part Number DS200SVAAG1
Series Mark V
Manufacturer GE General Electric
Product Type Voltage Attenuator Board
Functional Acronym/Abbreviation SVAA
Dimensions 17.8 cm x 15.9 cm
Weight Less than 2 pounds

Product Description

Modeled by General Electric to operate in the Mark V series, the DS200SVAAG1 is labeled as a Voltage Attenuator board. The primary purpose of the SVAA model is to reduce the magnitude of the input voltage signals to a prime level to ensure that the Mark V system will operate at the required voltage. The reason for the attenuator board in the Mark V system is to reduce the signal strength without affecting the system's waveform. The DS200SVAAG1 board is vital in ensuring that the Mark V system, as well as surrounding boards, such as an analog signal conditioning board, interfaces while providing filtering.

There are several different features available on the DS200SVAAG1 board. Some of the features on the board are amplifiers, resistors, and capacitors. The SVAA board also has terminals labeled SC1, SC3, and SC2. All of these components are fragile and caution must be taken when installing the board into the drive. If caution is not taken and the components are broken or bent it could affect the function of the board as well as the system as a whole.

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200SVAAG1

What is the DS200SVAAG1?

The DS200SVAAG1 model is a Voltage Attenuator Board produced by General Electric to monitor and reduce amplitudes of an input voltage across the Mark V system. This board can use resistor values to provide a designated level of attenuation so that the board and the system meet to proper requirements of the application it is being used. 

What happens if my board obtains damage?

If your board obtains any type of damage, it can affect the proper function of not only the board but the Mark V system. Broken components on the device will affect whether or not it can properly attenuate or monitor the input voltages. 

Reviews For DS200SVAAG1

Internal Review

One of the downsides of the DS200SVAAG1 model is that model availability is limited and can be hard to find. If the model you have is damaged or broken, it needs to be repaired or replaced immediately to ensure that the Mark V system the board is used in does not malfunction. - AX Control Tech

Repair Services For DS200SVAAG1

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $825

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your DS200SVAAG1. 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:

  • 48-72hr Rush Repair
  • Detailed Repair Reports
  • AX Control Certificate of Warranty

AX Control Warranty Info

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