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Part No.: IS200DSPXH2D
Manufacturer: General Electric
Function: Digital Signal Processor Control Board
Availability: In Stock
Product Type: PCB
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
IS200DSPXH2D is a DSP Control Board developed by GE. It is comprised of a high-performance digital signal processor (DSP), standard memory components, and an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) that performs custom logic functions. A CompactPCI® (CPCI) enclosure houses the controller. A 6U high rack, one or two 3U high power supplies, a 6U high single board, and a cooling fan are typical components of a CPCI enclosure.
Custom logic in Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) or ASICs with supporting circuits is used to provide specialized functions on the DSPX board. ASICs contain the majority of specialized and support functions. P1 has four serial interfaces, which are as follows:
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What is IS200DSPXH2D?
It is a DSP Control Board developed by GE
What is the ISBus revision of the board?
The board has a second version of the ISBus revision.
What is the function of the load pulse signals on the board?
The load pulse signals on the board serve as an inner loop load pulse signal, capturing the values of the inputs and outputs, as well as an application loop load pulse signal, capturing other applications.
What do the LED DS1 and DS2 on the board indicate?
The LED DS1 functions as a fault nomenclature and is red when lit; the LED DS2 functions as a status nomenclature and is green when lit. If the DS2 LED is on but not flashing, the board has stopped; if the LED is flashing, the board is running; and if the LED is not lit, a fault has most likely occurred.