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Part No.: DS200SDCCG1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States of America
Product Type: Drive Control Card
Series: Mark V
DS200SDCCG1A is a GE Drive Control Card for mark V series. It contains the primary control hardware and software for a drive or exciter. The board comprises of three 16-bit microprocessors and accompanying components coupled by dualported RAM. Dual-ported RAM [DPR] is RAM set up as memory arrays that two microprocessors may access both independently and concurrently.
An 80C186 microcontroller (U1) uses both digital and analog I/O and has many built-in peripheral features.
An 80C196 microcontroller (U21) has high-speed I/O, ordinary digital I/O, analog I/O, timer/counters, and a watchdog timer. Innerloops like current regulators and motor/technology-specific features like dc phase control, ac motion control, and ac general-purpose makeup MCP software.
For motor control algorithms that are too sophisticated for the MCP, a TMS320C25 digital signal processor (U35) executes math-intensive operations. Only when the drive requires the extra processing power does the SDCC use this processor and the electronics that go along with it.
Only its EPROM and MCP/CMP dual-ported RAM are interfaced with by the CMP.
Eight connectors (marked _PL) connect the SDCC to the other controller boards and external signals. Power Supply/Interface Board (DS200IMCP, DCI, SDCI, or DCFB) to SDCC I/O: 1PL
Depending on the problem number, a bank of 10 diagnostic LEDs on the SDCC displays fault codes in binary or BCD (binary coded decimal) form.
What is DS200TCCBG3A?
DS200TCCBG3A is a Microprocessor Application Board (TCCB) developed by GE.
How does the component interface other boards and external signals?
The card interfaces with the other boards of the controller and external signals via eight connectors (-PL).
What is the country of origin for the component?
The component was manufactured in USA.