The IS200EXHSG1AEC is a General Electric board component. It was created as a modular part of the Mark VI Speedtronic series, and functions as a High-Speed Static Exciter board. The Mark VI is a turbine control management system. It is one of several released by GE as part of the Speedtronic line, one of the few that can be designed as either a Simplex or a TMR (triple modular redundant) system. This flexibility has made the Mark VI a popular choice in turbine management for many years. Regardless of which setup, the Mark VI typically is designed with a PC-based HMI operator interface that allows users to access data from a single location. However, the actual system control is housed within the control module itself.
As a High-Speed Static Exciter board, the IS200EXHSG1AEC is responsible for distributing signals to the EMIO board through its P1/P2 backplane connectors. The board is essentially a duplicate of an IS200EXTB circuit board with the exception of being designed for high-current applications by using solid-state relay drivers for its DC contactors.
The IS200EXHSG1AEC has three d-shell cable connectors along its front edge. It also has eight plug connectors, fifteen integrated circuits, seven relays, and a heat sink. The board is heavily populated by various resistors and capacitors made from electrolytic, ceramic, and polyester vinyl materials.
Detailed information regarding proper handling and installation of the IS200EXHSG1AEC can be found through General Electric manuals, user guides, and data sheets. Please follow all manufacturer guidelines and safety procedures.