The IS200UCVDH1A was manufactured by General Electric. It is part of the company’s Mark VI turbine control system. The board functions as an input controller. The Mark VI Speedtronic system was designed to manage, control, and protect gas and steam industrial turbine systems.
The IS200UCVDH1A has an AMD-K6 processor. The processor has 8 MB of flash memory. It runs at 300 MHz. The board uses a QNX OS, which is a real-time UNIX operating system.
The controller runs turbine application code. The three communication ports on its front faceplate easily link to engineering and operator interfaces like UDH ethernet, and RS-232C. Ethernet connectors allow communication with HMIs and similar control equipment. The COM ports (2) allow for setup and for communication with distributed control systems.
The IS200UCVDH1A uses control block language. This has analog and discrete blocks. Such a language supports several data types, including Boolean logic, 16-bit/32-bit signed integer, and 32-bit/64-bit floating-point.
The faceplate of the IS200UCVDH1A is marked with the company’s logo along with the board’s ID information. It includes a reset button and also has four sets of LED indicators; these indicators correspond to each connection point on the faceplate.
Use original General Electric manuals for more information about the IS200UCVDH1A, including specifics about handling, installation, and maintenance. While such documentation would have arrived with your original purchase, we are happy to help with replacements if such things have been lost over time. Let our team know when you place your order if you need any corresponding documentation.