The IS200DAMBG1ABB board was designed and shipped by General Electric. The IS200DAMBG1ABB board is a gate driver board and is part of the Innovation Series 200DAM_ Gate Drive Amplifier Interface Boards, which is a series that was designed to be inputted into the GE Mark VI SPEEDTRONIC series of products. As a board included in the Innovations Series 200DAM_ Gate Drive Amplifier Interface Boards, the IS200DAMBG1ABB board provides a convenient interface between a control rack interface and a power switching device, which are called the IGBTs.
The DAMA boards is a 620 frame board with a CM1000HA-28H Powerrex IGBT and three boards per drive, with only one board for each individual phase leg. Also, there is only one IGBT included for the device’s upper phase leg and only one IGBT included for the device’s lower phase leg. The DAM_ boards connect right to the IGBT collector terminals, gates, and terminals and directly with the IS200BPIA Bridge Personality Interface board, which is found within the control rack. Additionally, there are no testpoints, fuses, or configurable items anywhere on the board.
There are multiple IGBT Connection pins in the IS200DAMBG1ABB, each with their one name and description. Pin 1 is named GLIN, which is intended to be the lower gate signal. Pin 2 is named LCOM and is intended to be the lower common signal (emitter). Pins 3, 4, 8, and 9 are named NC and they are not connected. Pin 5 is named CL and is intended to be the lower collector signal. Pin 6 is named UCOM and is intended to be the upper common signal (emitter). Pin 7 is named GUIN and is intended to be the upper gate signal. Pin 12 is named CU and is intended to be the upper collector signal.