The DS200UCIAG1A is a motherboard that is located on the <R> core of the Mark V Speedtronic system. The Mark V was one of the later Speedtronic systems created and distributed by General Electric for the management of industrial turbine systems of various sizes and complexity.
The DS200UCIAG1A is used to provide the connectors required for mounting the UCPB CPU daughter board, the PANA ARCNET no-LAN driver board, and up to two GENI boards along with a PDAD hard drive. This board is built with a 196 microprocessor onboard that is used to translate fuel skid pressure signals from the TCSA board, which are then sent to and written to the UCPB board. These signals are then used by the control sequence program.
The DS200UCIAG1A is built with many integrated circuits built into the board. It also has multiple vertical and right-angled connectors, along with resistor network arrays, jumper switches, and capacitors and resistors. The board is marked with the GE logo and with the board id number. Most components are marked with some sort of reference designation and may also carry their original part number from their original manufacturer. The board is drilled in each corner for mounting.
For additional details about the board including handling and installation instructions, please refer to GE manuals and data sheets. This printed documentation was provided originally by the OEM with your original purchase. However, if this documentation is no longer available, we can help with replacements. Talk to your sales representative when you place your order.