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Part Number: DS200KLDCF1AAB
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark V
Product type: Software EPROM
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
DS200KLDCF1AAB is a Software EPROM designed and developed by GE. It is a part of the Mark V control system. The Mark V I/O system is specifically engineered to establish direct connections with various turbine and generator components, which include magnetic speed pickups, servos, LVDT/Rs, vibration sensors, thermocouples, and Resistive Temperature Devices (RTDs). This design enables seamless integration and communication between the Mark V and these essential devices, ensuring efficient and reliable operation.
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What is DS200KLDCF1AAB?
It is a Software EPROM designed and developed by GE
What is the power source for the contact inputs in the Mark V system?
The primary power source for contact inputs in the Mark V system is the 125 V dc bus derived from its internal power distribution core.
Can I use input voltages other than 125 V dc for the contact inputs?
Yes, you can use input voltages ranging from 24 V dc to 125 V dc. However, lower voltage options may require an external power source separate from the Mark V unit.
How can I isolate field grounds in the contact inputs?
Field grounds can be isolated by utilizing jumpers located on the terminal boards. These jumpers allow the disconnection of the interrogation voltage from the contact inputs in groups of eight, offering a modular approach to maintenance.
What is optical isolation in contact inputs, and why is it important?
Optical isolation is a safety feature that separates the input and output circuits using light. It's important because it enhances safety and ensures the accuracy of data collection by preventing electrical interference.
How quickly does each contact input provide a time stamp of a status change?
Each contact input provides a time stamp within 1 millisecond of any change in its status, ensuring precise event recording.