DS200DCPAG1ACB - Digital Processor Control Card

DS200DCPAG1ACB - Digital Processor Control Card DS200DCPAG1ACB - Digital Processor Control Card

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Part Number: DS200DCPAG1ACB
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Drive Control
Product type: Digital Processor Control Card
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)

Functional Description

DS200DCPAG1ACB is a Digital Processor Control Card designed and developed by GE. It is a part of Drive Control control system. It executes a wide array of control algorithms tailored to specific processes. These algorithms may include proportional-integral-derivative (PID) control loops, fuzzy logic control, model predictive control (MPC), and adaptive control strategies.

Control Cabinet

  • Enclosure Options: The control cabinet is available in various enclosure options to meet specific environmental and operational requirements. It can be provided as a NEMA 1 convection-cooled enclosure suitable for mounting in an air-conditioned room. Alternatively, it can be configured in NEMA 12 or NEMA 4 enclosures, equipped with air purifiers or additional cooling mechanisms as needed for harsher environments or outdoor installations.
  • Labels and Certifications: The cabinet carries both CSA and UL labels, indicating compliance with safety and performance standards set by regulatory bodies.
  • Heat Dissipation: With a heat dissipation capacity of 800 watts, the cabinet ensures effective thermal management to prevent overheating and maintain optimal operating conditions for the enclosed electronics.
  • Modular Design: All electronics modules are mounted on a common base within the cabinet. Ribbon cable connections between modules facilitate efficient communication and integration, simplifying maintenance and troubleshooting tasks.
  • Wiring Channels: The control cabinet features dedicated wire channels on the left and right sides to organize high and low-level field wiring systematically.
    High-level field wiring runs vertically in the right-side wire channel before transitioning horizontally to contact input/output modules at the bottom of the cabinet and the power distribution module.
    Low-level wiring runs vertically in the left-side wire channel, where the shield ground bar is located, before branching horizontally to low-level terminal boards.
  • EMI and RFI Protection: Filters are strategically located on circuit boards where terminal boards are mounted to provide effective electromagnetic interference (EMI), radio-frequency interference (RFI), surge, and noise decoupling to the cabinet's case. This ensures reliable operation and minimizes the risk of electrical disturbances affecting system performance.

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What is DS200DCPAG1ACB?
It is a Digital Processor Control Card designed and developed by GE

What communication options are supported by the I processor in Mark V Control Systems?
The I processor supports a wide range of communication links, including internal Arcnet communication for system integrity and isolation, RS232 with Modbus protocol for general compatibility with Distributed Control Systems (DCSs), and Ethernet communication for more advanced applications.

How is the internal Arcnet communication link isolated from external communication links?
The Control System ensures the isolation of the internal Arcnet communication link from external communication links at the I processor level, maintaining system integrity and security.

What protocol is used for communicating time tags for alarms and events, as well as receiving time from the DCS?
GE's Message Service Protocol (TCP-IP) is utilized for communicating individual time tags for alarms and events, as well as receiving time from the DCS. This protocol can be implemented on various links, including RS232 and Ethernet.