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Part Number: IS200TAMBH1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VI
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
Function: Terminal Board
IS200TAMBH1A is an Acoustic Monitoring Terminal Board for the Mark VI system developed by General Electric. The CCSA or a third-party charge amplifier provides a mV output to the TAMB. The TAMB provides power to the charge amplifier via a current limited +24V or -24V supply or from an external source. Aside from electro-magnetic transient suppression, the differential input signal is routed directly to the VAMB via an 18-twisted-pair cable to the front edge of the Versa Module Eurocard (VME) card. Third-party vendors such as Bentley Nevada, Vibro-meter, GE/Reuter-Stokes, and others are supported by the TAMB.
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What is IS200TAMBH1A?
It is an Acoustic Monitoring Terminal Board for the Mark VI system developed by General Electric
What are DIN Connectors?
Several types of cables that plug into an interface to connect equipment are referred to as DIN connectors. It features a design that consists of several pins enclosed in a protective circular sheath. A full-sized DIN connector typically has three to fourteen pins and a diameter of 13.2 millimeters.
What is a VME rack?
VME bus is a computer bus standard that was originally designed for the Motorola 68000 processor series but has since been extensively adopted for a variety of applications and defined by the IEC as ANSI/IEEE 1014-1987.
How to obtain this acoustic monitoring terminal Board?
At WOC, we provide a variety of Acoustic Monitoring Terminal boards. Please contact us if you have any questions, and our team will be pleased to assist you.