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Part Number: IS200EXAMG1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VI
Function: Inspection Card
General Electric IS200EXAMG1A inspection Card is a Mark VI series component. This series is part of the GE Speedtronic line of gas and steam turbine management systems. The Mark VI has a primary Control Module that handles the majority of the control and protection functions. The Mark VI control system is available in two configurations: simplex and triple redundancy. This allows for optimal scaling from single module systems to distributed systems with numerous modules.
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What is IS200EXAMG1A?
IS200EXAMG1A is inspection card under Mark VI.
What is GE Mark VI?
The current state-of-the-art control for GE Turbines is the GE Mark VI Speedtronic Turbine Control System. It is a fully integrated control system with protection and monitoring for gas and steam turbine generator and mechanical drive applications.
What is a DCS plant?
A distributed control system (DCS) is a computerized control system for a process or plant with several control loops in which autonomous controllers are spread throughout the system but no central operator supervisory control is present.
Why is monitoring and speed control required in a turbine?
Heat is generated in an atomic power station by nuclear fusion, and water is heated and steam is generated to power the turbine. To maintain the frequency F, it is necessary to keep a constant speed N(1500 RPM). The home setup is affected by changes in frequency.
What is the difference between PLC and DCS?
Individual machines are still controlled by PLCs, however a DCS can operate a larger number of machines or processes inside a factory or plant. A DCS, on the other hand, can control a large number of machines and processes at once. In fact, they are frequently utilized to operate entire production systems.