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General Electric VTUR I/O Termination Box IS200DTURH1ABB is used within the Mark VI Series. This model uses four pulse rate input-outputs during operation. The IS200DTURH1ABB termination box also has 2-14k Hz passive magnetic speed sensors.



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  • Part Number: IS200DTURH1ABB
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark VI IS200

IS200DTURH1ABB Technical Specifications

Characteristics 2-14k Hz Passive Magnetic Speed Sensors
Functional Acronym/Abbreviation DTUR
I/O Type Pulse Rate
Manufacturer GE, General Electric Company
Model Number IS200DTURH1ABB
Model Type VTUR I/O Termination Box
Number of Pulse Rate Inputs Four
Storage Temperature -40 to +70 °C
Weight Approximately 2 lbs

Product Description

Marketed as a Simplex DIN-Rail Mounted Pulse Rate Terminal Board the IS200DTURH1ABB board. This model can accept up to four passive pulse-rate magnetic pickups or transducers that are used with flow and speed measurement functions. The main connection point for this model is the VTUR processor board through both a fifteen-pin cable and a thirty-seven-pin cable. Compared to other models that are used with the VTUR board, only one DTUR board can be used. The DTUR board can be mounted vertically on the DIN rail to save on cabinet space. 

One feature of the IS200DTURH1ABB model is that it has onboard pulse rate signals that are identical to the conditioning signals on the TTUR board. There are also a certain number of points on DIN Euro Size Terminal Boards, the DTUR board has four. On one edge of the board, or the bottom edge of the board when being held horizontally, there are two terminal blocks, these two terminal blocks are Euro Block type terminal blocks. The two terminals have eighteen screws each and are permanently mounted to the DTUR board. 

When being used with VTUR I/O terminations there are six boards the IS200DTURH1ABB model can be used with, these boards are the DRLY, DTRT, TTUR, TRPL, TRPS, and TRPG boards. All of these boards communicate with each other, the communication function is performed by the IONet. The IONet allows for processing and diagnostic data to be communicated between the Control Module and Backup Protection Module. 

All of the above information regarding the DTUR model comes from two General Electric Manuals. One of the manuals is the GEH-6421C Vol. II Mark VI System Guide with information on pages 9-127 and 9-128. 

Reviews For IS200DTURH1ABB

Internal Review

This board is used with VTUR I/O terminations. This model is considered a termination box and has a magnetic speed sensor which is used to detect speeds on a sixty-toothed wheel. It can be used with DTRT, TRPG, DRLY, TTUR, TRPL, and TRPS boards. - AX Control Technician

Repair Services For IS200DTURH1ABB

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $342

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your IS200DTURH1ABB. 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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