Part No.: IS215UCVEH2AC
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country of Manufacture: United States of America (USA)
Size: 13 in. x 7 in.
Temperature rating: 0 to 60 oC
Number of Channels: 13
Product Type: Controller Module
Availability: In Stock
Series: Mark VI
IS215UCVEH2AC is a controller module developed by GE. It is a part of Mark VI control system. The UCVEH2 stands as the standard Mark VI controller, serving as a pivotal component within the system architecture. Functioning as a single-slot board, it employs a robust 300 MHz Intel Celeron processor to manage system operations effectively. The controller is equipped with memory configurations of either 16 or 128 MB of flash memory, ensuring ample storage for critical system data. Additionally, it integrates 32 MB of DRAM, facilitating efficient and swift data processing within the system.
- The utilization of a 300 MHz Intel Celeron processor enables the UCVEH2 controller to execute essential system functions with precision and speed.
- This processor acts as the computational powerhouse, handling various tasks and data processing requirements integral to the Mark VI system's functionality.
- The controller offers flexibility in memory configurations, featuring options of either 16 or 128 MB of flash memory.
- This choice allows for tailored storage capacities, accommodating diverse system requirements and data storage needs.
- Moreover, the inclusion of 32 MB of DRAM enhances the controller's multitasking capabilities, ensuring efficient handling of concurrent processes and data flow within the system.
Connectivity via Ethernet Port
- Connectivity to the Universal Display Hub (UDH) is facilitated through a single 10BaseT/100BaseTX (RJ-45) Ethernet port integrated into the controller.
- This Ethernet port serves as the primary gateway, establishing a robust and high-speed connection between the controller and the UDH.
- This connectivity is crucial for data exchange, communication, and system control, ensuring seamless interaction between components within the Mark VI system architecture.
Ethernet Status LEDs
- Active LED: Indicates the activity of the Ethernet connection. When blinking, it signifies an active connection, showing data transmission or reception. A solid light indicates an inactive connection, where no data transfer is currently occurring.
- Link LED: Reflects the link speed of the Ethernet connection. A yellow light typically indicates a 10BaseT connection, while a green light signifies a faster 100BaseTX connection. This distinction is crucial for understanding the speed and efficiency of data transfer between the controller and the connected devices or network.
System Status LEDs
- The system status LEDs offer insights into different operational aspects of the controller.
- VME Bus SYSFAIL: Indicates any failure or abnormality within the VME bus, a critical system interconnection. A lit SYSFAIL LED notifies users of potential issues affecting the VME bus communication or functionality.
- Flash Activity: Illuminates during flash memory activity, showcasing read or write operations within the flash memory of the controller. It provides a visual indication of memory access and data transfer occurring within the controller's flash storage.
- Power Status: The Power Status LED serves as an indicator of the controller's power state. It typically shows whether the controller is powered on, off, or in a standby mode. A lit confirms the presence of power and the operational state of the controller.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is IS215UCVEH2AC?
It is a controller module developed by GE under the Mark VI series.
What do the Ethernet status LEDs signify on the controller?
Active LED indicates Ethernet activity. Blinking denotes an active connection, solid light indicates inactivity. Link LED reflects Ethernet link speed. Yellow for 10BaseT, green for 100BaseTX.
What insights do System Status LEDs offer on the controller?
VME Bus SYSFAIL Signals issues within the VME bus system interconnection. Flash activity illuminates during flash memory read/write operations. Power Status Indicates the controller's power state on, off, or standby.
Why are Ethernet Status LEDs important?
Activity indicator confirms Ethernet data transmission, aiding in assessing connectivity and data exchange.