IS215UCVEH2AB - UCVE controller

IS215UCVEH2AB - UCVE controller IS215UCVEH2AB - UCVE controller

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Part No.: IS215UCVEH2AB
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country of Manufacture: United States of America (USA)
Temperature Operating: -30 to 65 o C
Size: 33.0 cm high x 17.8 cm , wide
Product Type: UCVE controller
Availability: In Stock
Series: Mark VI

Functional Description

IS215UCVEH2AB is a UCVE controller developed by GE. It is a part of Mark VI control system. As part of the UCVE controller series, stands as a versatile, adaptable, and high-performance single board computer specifically designed to handle turbine application codes efficiently within the Mark VI system framework. Its compatibility across various product types and the ability for online software modification make it a pivotal component in industrial applications.

Purpose and Functionality

  • Execution of Turbine Application Codes: As a single board computer, it is dedicated to the efficient execution of turbine application codes. These codes encompass a wide range of functions essential for the optimal operation and management of turbines across various industrial settings.
    By executing these codes with efficiency and precision, the controller ensures smooth and reliable performance of the turbine system, enhancing overall operational efficiency and productivity.
  • Interface with I/O Boards via VME Bus: A fundamental aspect of its functionality is its ability to interface seamlessly with diverse input/output (I/O) boards through the VME bus.
    Through this interface, the controller establishes communication channels with various sensors, actuators, and other peripherals crucial for monitoring and controlling different aspects of the turbine system. By facilitating communication between the controller and the I/O boards, enables real-time data exchange and coordinated control actions, ensuring precise operation and optimal performance of the turbine system.
  • Enabling Communication and Control: One of its primary functions is to enable robust communication and precise control within the turbine system. By interfacing with the I/O boards, the controller gathers data from sensors, processes it, and generates control signals to regulate the operation of turbines and associated equipment.
    Through its sophisticated communication capabilities, facilitates seamless integration and coordination of various subsystems within the turbine system, ensuring smooth operation and adherence to performance requirements.


  • Land-Marine Aero-Derivative Products: Within the realm of Land-Marine aero-derivative turbines, seamlessly integrates with the control systems of these turbines, enabling efficient execution of application codes tailored to their unique operational requirements.
  • Balance of Plant (BOP) Systems: In Balance of Plant (BOP) systems, which encompass auxiliary systems supporting primary turbine operations.
    From monitoring environmental parameters to regulating auxiliary equipment, the controller provides comprehensive control capabilities, enhancing the overall efficiency and reliability of BOP operations.
  • Steam Turbines: By efficiently executing application codes specific to steam turbine operations, the controller ensures optimal performance, precise control, and adherence to safety protocols, contributing to the efficient generation of steam-based power.
  • Gas Turbines: The controller's adaptability to gas turbine applications allows for seamless integration with the turbine control system, enabling precise monitoring, control, and optimization of gas turbine operations.
  • Crucial Role in Application Management: Whether it's regulating turbine speed, monitoring critical parameters, or implementing safety protocols, the controller's compatibility ensures seamless integration and efficient operation within diverse turbine environments.

Hardware Specifications

  • Backplane Requirement: Adherence to specific backplane configurations, as outlined in the GEH-6421C Mark VI Turbine Control Manual, is essential for seamless integration and operation. The backplane serves as the physical interface between the controller and other components within the control system, providing connectivity and power distribution.
  • Ethernet Port: Equipped with a single RJ45 port, the controller offers Ethernet connectivity for communication purposes. The Ethernet port facilitates data exchange with external devices, networking capabilities, and remote monitoring/control of the turbine system.
  • Memory Types: Features 32 Mb of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) and 16 Mb of Flash memory. The DRAM provides volatile memory storage for temporary data and program execution, ensuring efficient operation of turbine application codes. The Flash memory serves as non-volatile memory storage, retaining data even when power is turned off. It typically stores firmware, configuration settings, and critical system data.
  • Microprocessor: Powered by a 300 MHz Intel Celeron processor, the controller delivers robust processing capabilities tailored to the demands of turbine control applications. The Intel Celeron processor offers a balance of performance and power efficiency, enabling the controller to execute complex algorithms, manage data processing tasks, and interface with external devices effectively.

Physical Configuration

  • Form Factor: 6U high, single/double slot design.
  • Rack Placement: Typically located in a VME rack with twenty-one or thirteen slots, communicating with other turbine I/O boards through the VME bus.

Software and Operating System

  • Operating System: Utilizes QNX, a robust multi-tasking, real-time OS designed for reliability and high-speed industrial applications.
  • Product Variants: Compatible with different product types: BOP, Steam, Gas, LM Aero-Derivative.
  • Execution Capability: Handles up to one hundred thousand blocks or rungs per second, tailored for specific applications.
  • Online Software Modification: Allows for software adjustments without requiring system restarts.

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

Frequently Asked Questions

What is IS215UCVEH2AB?
It is a UCVE controller developed by GE under Mark VI series.

What is the significance of the Ethernet port on this board?
The single RJ-45 Ethernet port provides essential connectivity to the UDH, enabling data transfer and communication crucial for the board's interaction within the larger system.

Is this board designed for specific types of hardware or systems?
The single-slot board is specifically tailored for operation within the UDH, contributing to the overall functionality of the system it's integrated into.

Can this board be easily integrated into existing systems or setups?
Yes, the single-slot design and standard connectivity options, such as the RJ-45 Ethernet port, facilitate seamless integration into existing systems, making it relatively straightforward for implementation.

What role does the Ethernet port play in connectivity within the system?
The Ethernet port serves as a crucial link for communication between the single-slot board and the UDH, enabling data exchange and system interaction.

Is the board designed for specific speed or networking requirements?
The 10BaseT/100BaseTX (RJ-45) Ethernet port supports varying networking speeds, providing flexibility in connectivity and data transfer within the system.