DS200RTBAG3AHC - Relay Terminal Card

DS200RTBAG3AHC - Relay Terminal Card DS200RTBAG3AHC - Relay Terminal Card

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Part No.: DS200RTBAG3AHC
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country of Manufacture: United States of America (USA)
Temperature: 0 to 60 °C
Product Type: Relay Terminal Card
Availability: In Stock
Series: EX2000

Functional Description

DS200RTBAG3AHC is a Relay Terminal Card developed by GE. It is a part of EX2000 excitation system. The GE Power Excitation Board is an elective component designed for installation within the drive cabinet, featuring ten relays that can be activated either directly from the pilot relays or through remote control by the user. With a total of 52 terminal points, the board serves as a versatile hub for Input/Output (I/O) functionalities.


  • The terminal points are dedicated to specific I/O purposes, exemplified by a distinct series for relay K20 Form C contact. Within this series, individual terminal points cater to the normally open position, common connection, and the normally closed position, offering a detailed and customizable framework for relay control.
  • In addition to the extensive terminal configurations, the board incorporates two stab connectors, namely CPH and CPN. These connectors play a crucial role in providing control power for pluggable circuits. CPH functions as the positive power connector, while CPN serves as the negative power connector. The pluggable circuits receiving power are denoted by the connectors C1PL through C5PL and Y9PL through Y37PL.
  • The relays designated as K20 to K26 and K27 to K29 play vital roles within the system, each identified by specific part numbers - 68A9663PAC115X for K20 to K26 and 336A5101PAC115 for K27 to K29. The former, featuring a 115 V ac coil, is configured with Double Pole, Double Throw (DPDT) contacts capable of handling a substantial 10 A current. On the other hand, the latter, also with a 115 V ac coil, boasts a Four Pole, Double Throw (4PDT) configuration, offering precision with 1 A contacts.
  • These relays, known for their robust design and reliable performance, serve as integral components within the system, facilitating efficient electrical control with their distinct contact configurations and specifications.

Connector OPTPL Pin Descriptions

  • Pin No. 1, labeled X2, signifies the return to the NTB/3TB board for CFX1 120 V ac loads, all while maintaining isolation from COM. Interestingly, Pin No. 1 also shares the same functionality as RPL-1.
  • Pin No. 2, designated as CFX1, it represents a 120 V ac source with a tolerance of ±15% derived from the NTB/3TB board. This particular pin is fused at a total of 500 mA, inclusive of internal fans, and remains isolated from COM. The structured format of the table enhances the clarity and comprehensibility of these connector pin descriptions, providing essential information for effective system understanding and configuration.

Stab Connector Descriptions

  • CPH connector is designated for the positive side of pluggable circuit control power, often referred to as the hot side.
  • Conversely, the CPN connector is assigned to the negative side of pluggable circuit control power for Board pluggable circuits. The tabular format enhances the clarity and organization of these connector descriptions, providing essential information for configuring and understanding the control power aspects of the Board pluggable circuits.

The WOC team is always available to help you with your EX2000 requirements. For more information, please contact WOC.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is DS200RTBAG3AHC?
It is a Relay Terminal Card developed by GE under the EX2000 series.

What type of hardware jumpers are present on the board?
The board is equipped with Berg-type hardware jumpers, which are manually movable components essential for configuring the board to meet specific application requirements.

How are the Berg-type jumpers identified?
The Berg-type jumpers are distinguished by a JP nomenclature, providing a standardized and identifiable labeling system for these crucial configuration elements.

Is it necessary to set the Berg-type jumpers correctly, and why?
Yes, setting the Berg-type jumpers correctly is crucial for the proper functioning of the board within its intended application. These jumpers determine various configuration parameters and must be aligned with the specific needs of the system to ensure optimal performance.