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Part Number: DS200FCSAG1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country of Manufacture: United States(USA)
Series: GE Drive Control
Function: Current Feedback Board
DS200FCSAG1A is a Current Feedback Board developed by GE. The Board is used in conjunction with the control power supply (CPS). This board accepts the CPS voltage supplies of 5, 12, 15, and 24 volts. This model is installed in the Power Conversion Cabinet for Static Starters. This model is used in conjunction with a Control Power Supply when in operation (CPS). The CPS will produce several voltage levels during the operation of both the CPS and the FCSA, which are five, twelve, fifteen, and twenty-four volts. These voltages are produced specifically for the FCSA board and VME card rack.
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What is DS200FCSAG1A?
DS200FCSAG1A is a Current Feedback Board developed by GE
Why is current sensing important?
Varying devices require different quantities of electricity to perform effectively and, more critically, to avoid being harmed by too much power. This is why current sensing is such a vital part of the power distribution system.
What are three stages of a power distribution system?
Electric power is delivered in three stages: generation, transmission, and distribution. Each stage has its own set of production methods, work activities, and risks.
What does TMR stands for?
TMR (triple modular redundancy) is a fault-control mechanism that employs a version of N-modular redundancy. The entire mission would be a disaster if a single indication of a critical procedure resulted in an error.