DS200FCSAG2ACB - Current Feedback Board

DS200FCSAG2ACB - Current Feedback Board DS200FCSAG2ACB - Current Feedback Board

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Part Number: DS200FCSAG2ACB
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Drive Control
Product Type: Current Feedback Board
Temperature 0 to 60oC (32 to 149 oF)
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacturer: United States (USA)

Functional Description

DS200FCSAG2ACB is a Current Feedback Board developed by General Electric. It is a part of Drive Control series. It�is specifically engineered to monitor current feedback within drive systems accurately. By continuously monitoring current levels, it ensures precise control and regulation, enhancing the efficiency and performance of system. Engineered with advanced technology and high-quality components, the it delivers exceptional precision and reliability in current feedback monitoring.
Its robust construction ensures reliable operation even in demanding industrial environments, minimizing downtime and optimizing system performance.

Cabling Guidelines

  • Compliance with Regulations: Adhering to regulations set forth by organizations such as OSHA is paramount. Compliance ensures the safety of personnel and equipment during installation and operation.
  • Temperature Considerations: It's essential to observe the minimum installation temperature to prevent damage to cable shielding and insulation. Extreme temperatures can compromise the integrity of these components, leading to potential malfunctions or failures.
  • Avoiding Sharp Corners: Avoid pulling cables around corners with sharp edges or corners that inhibit the minimum allowable cable-pulling radius. Sharp bends can cause stress on the cables, leading to kinks, tears, or breaks in the insulation or shielding.
  • Minimizing Mechanical Stress: High mechanical stress, such as excessive pulling tension, should be avoided. Cables should not be overly twisted, stretched, or flexed during installation or operation. Proper handling helps prevent damage to the cables and maintains their performance capabilities.
  • Inspection of Cable Trays: Before pulling cables, a thorough inspection of all cable trays is necessary. Only pull cables into clean trays to prevent contamination or damage. Installing bushings and dropouts as needed helps maintain cable integrity and prevents strain during installation.
  • Sealing Cable Ends: Cable ends should be adequately sealed before, during, and after the pulling process. Sealing prevents the ingress of water, dust, or other contaminants that could compromise cable performance or lead to corrosion over time.

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What is DS200FCSAG2ACB?
It is a Current Feedback Board developed by General Electrics.

Why is it important to ground the drive common at only one point?
Grounding the drive common at only one point helps to prevent ground loops and ensures consistency in the ground reference throughout the system. This minimizes the risk of electrical noise, interference, and potential safety hazards.

What is the significance of grounding the drive common?
Grounding the drive common provides a stable reference point for electrical signals within the drive system. It helps to maintain signal integrity, prevent voltage fluctuations, and ensure proper functioning of the equipment.

What should be considered if the reference is supplied by numerical control or a process instrument with a grounded common?
If the reference is supplied by numerical control or a process instrument with a grounded common, it's important not to provide a separate ground for the drive common. Doing so could lead to ground loops and potential issues with signal integrity and system performance.