DS3800NSCC1A1A - Speed Current Regulator Board

DS3800NSCC1A1A - Speed Current Regulator Board DS3800NSCC1A1A - Speed Current Regulator Board

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Part No.: DS3800NSCC1A1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country of Manufacture: United States of America (USA)
Product Type: Speed Current Regulator Board
Availability: In Stock
Series: Mark IV

Functional Description

DS3800NSCC1A1A is a Speed Current Regulator Board developed by GE. It is a part of Mark IV control system. Board is designed to regulate speed and current, providing precise control over these parameters in system. As an integral part of the Mark IV control system, this board seamlessly integrates with other components to ensure cohesive and efficient operation.

System Diagnostic Features

  • Power-up Diagnostics: During the power-up sequence, the system executes a series of tests to verify the integrity of its components. T
    • Stall Timer Test: Verifies the functionality of the stall timer, ensuring it can detect and respond appropriately to stall conditions in the system.
    • CPU Instruction Tests: Checks the central processing unit (CPU) for proper operation by executing a series of predefined instructions and verifying their execution.
    • PROM Checksum Tests: Validates the integrity of the programmable read-only memory (PROM) by calculating and comparing checksum values stored in the memory with expected values.
    • RAM Data and Addressing Tests: Tests the random-access memory (RAM) for correct data storage and retrieval, as well as proper addressing functionality to ensure data integrity and reliability.
    • Auxiliary Processor Self-Tests: Conducts self-tests on auxiliary processors to ensure they are functioning correctly and are ready to perform their designated tasks.
  • On-line Diagnostics:On-line diagnostics continuously monitor system performance during normal operation.
    • Real-time Monitoring: Constantly monitors critical system parameters, such as CPU utilization, memory usage, and input/output (I/O) operations, to detect any anomalies or irregularities.
    • Fault Detection: Detects and logs any errors or faults that occur during system operation, providing real-time alerts to operators for prompt troubleshooting and resolution.
  • Off-line Diagnostics: Off-line diagnostics are performed during scheduled maintenance or system downtime.
    • Comprehensive Testing: Executes extensive tests and checks on all system components, including hardware and software, to ensure optimal performance and reliability.
    • Data Integrity Verification: Verifies the integrity of stored data and configuration settings, ensuring consistency and accuracy across the system.
    • Software Updates: Installs software updates, patches, or enhancements to improve system functionality and address any identified vulnerabilities or issues.

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

Frequently Asked Questions

What is DS3800NSCC1A1A?
It is a Speed Current Regulator Board developed by GE under the Mark IV series.

What are computer diagnostics in the Mark IV panel?
Computer diagnostics in the Mark IV panel refer to the systematic tests and checks performed by the system's computer components to verify their functionality and integrity.

How many classes of diagnostics are there in the Mark IV panel?
There are three classes of diagnostics- power-up diagnostics, on-line diagnostics, and off-line diagnostics.

What does the power-up diagnostics include?
Power-up diagnostics include tests such as stall timer test, CPU instruction tests, PROM checksum tests, RAM data and addressing tests, and auxiliary processor self-tests.