IS200PSCDG1ABB - PWM Power Supply

IS200PSCDG1ABB - PWM Power Supply IS200PSCDG1ABB - PWM Power Supply

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SPECIFICATIONS

Part No.: IS200PSCDG1ABB
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country of Manufacture: United States of America (USA)
Size: 33.02 cm high x 17.8 cm wide
Technology: Surface-mount
Product Type: PWM Power Supply
Availability: In Stock
Series: EX2100

Functional Description

IS200PSCDG1ABB is a PWM power supply developed by GE. It is part of EX2100 excitation system. The Power Supply/Contactor Driver board serves critical functions within the EX2000 PWM-based exciter, providing control power, power supply sensing, and contactor control. This board receives power from the dc link via stab-on terminals DCPL1 (+) and DCPL2 (-), operating within a nominal range of 80 to 400 V dc, with transient operation up to 600 V dc during dynamic discharge.

Power Supply Functions

  • Control Power Generation: The board generates control power for other control module cards. It produces +/- 24 V, +/- 15 V, and +5 V for control boards, ensuring the proper functioning of these components.
  • Distribution of Power: A 17.7 V ac square wave is distributed through high-frequency transformers to power the gate driver and LAN Terminal Board (LTB) inputs.
  • Auxiliary Supplies: Additionally, the board provides isolated supplies for generating 70 V dc (sufficient for powering 13 LUP inputs) and isolated SHWSHVM power for future applications.

Contactor Control Power

  • Power Delivery: The contactor control power supply from the PSCD board can deliver up to 0.75 A dc. It extracts power directly from the dc link and converts it to 100 V dc via a buck converter.
  • Contactor Enablement: The MDA contactor is enabled through an optically coupled signal running in parallel with the coil of Kl relay. Relay Kl is activated by the LAN and Drive Control Card (LDCC) when the control is commanded to run. Relay KS6 serves as the control's permissive to run and as an emergency stop mechanism. Dropping relay KS6 immediately halts the EX2000 PWM regulator.

Indicator LEDs

  • PS OK LED (DS29):
    • Function: This LED signifies the normal operation of the power supply located on the PSCD board itself.
    • Indicator Status: When lit, it confirms that the power supply on the PSCD board is operating within acceptable parameters and is functioning properly.
  • P15 LED (DS26):
    • Function: Indicates the normal operation of the P15 power supply.
    • Indicator Status: When illuminated, it signals that the P15 power supply, a critical component for system operation, is functioning as expected.
  • N15 LED (DS27):
    • Function: This LED indicates the normal operation status of the N15 power supply.
    • Indicator Status: When this LED is lit, it confirms that the N15 power supply, another essential power source for the system, is operating correctly.
  • N24 LED (DS28):
    • Function: Indicates the normal operation of the N24 power supply.
    • Indicator Status: When illuminated, it denotes the proper functioning of the N24 power supply unit, contributing to the system's operational stability.
  • P24 LED (DS25):
    • Function: This LED serves to indicate the normal operation status of the P24 power supply.
    • Indicator Status: When lit, it confirms that the P24 power supply, crucial for sustaining system functionality, is operating without any issues.

The WOC team is always available to help you with your EX2100 requirements. For more information, please contact WOC.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is IS200PSCDG1ABB?
It is a PWM power supply developed by GE under the EX2100 series.

What is the purpose of connector MDPL?
Connector MDPL connects to the dc contactor coil, allowing control of the contactor.

What does connector SQPL connect to, and where is it located? 
Connector SQPL (optional) is linked to either the SHVM or SHVI board, providing power distribution to the voltage-controlled oscillators. 

What is the purpose of connector 2PL?
Connector 2PL provides power distribution to the LDCC and TCCB boards.