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The DS200TCCBG3A TC2000 Analog Board was manufactured by General Electric, for use in the Mark V Series of turbine control systems.



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  • Part Number: DS200TCCBG3A
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark V DS200

DS200TCCBG3A Technical Specifications

Manufacturer GE General Electric
Series Mark V
Part Number DS200TCCBG3A
Functional Description Extended Analog I/O Card
Functional Acronym TCCB
PCB Coating Normal Coating
Functional Revision 1 A

Product Description

The GE I/O TC2000 Analog Board DS200TCCBG3A features one 80196 microprocessor and multiple PROM modules. It also contains one LED and 2 50-pin connectors. The LED is visible from the side view of the board. The IDs for the 50-pin connectors are JCC and JDD. The GE I/O TC2000 Analog Board DS200TCCBG3A also is populated with 5 34-pin connectors and each of them also has an ID printed on the surface of the circuit board. When you are preparing to replace the board you can use the 50-pin and the 34-pin connector IDs to speed up and simplify the task of reconnecting the ribbon cables to the replacement board once it is installed in the drive.

With the potential for multiple ribbon cables to disconnect from the old board and reconnect to the replacement board, you might inadvertently connect them to the wrong connectors on the new board. The problem is complicated by the fact that the replacement board might be a newer version of the old board. It might have the connectors located in different locations.

However, the connector IDs are the same on the defective board and the replacement board. This enables you to map the connectors on the old and replacement board. For example, if you find a ribbon cable connected to the 50-pin connector JCC on the old board, connect the same ribbon cable to 50-pin connector JCC on the replacement  board. You might find it helpful to attach a note that details the ID of the connector it was attached to before you disconnect it from the defective board.

Frequently Asked Questions about DS200TCCBG3A

What does the JMP connector on DS200TCCBG3A carry?
Connector JMP on DS200TCCBG3A carries the potential and current transformer signals from the TCEB board in the < P1 > core for DS200TCCBG3A.
What is DS200TCCBG3A's primary function?
DS200TCCBG3A's primary function is to provide scaling and conditioning for analog I/O signals read from the TBCB terminal board mounted on the < R5 > core and the TCEB board in the < P1 > core. DS200TCCBG3A does so for several input signals.
How are the input signals read on DS200TCCBG3A?
DS200TCCBG3A provides the circuitry for the 4-20 mA and 0-1 mA input signals. On DS200TCCBG3A, these signals are read from DS200TCCBG3A through the JHH connector.

Repair Services For DS200TCCBG3A

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $595

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your DS200TCCBG3A. 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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