DS200SLCCF1ADA - Software PROM Set

DS200SLCCF1ADA - Software PROM Set DS200SLCCF1ADA - Software PROM Set

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Part Number: DS200SLCCF1ADA
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark V
Product type: Software PROM Set
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)

Functional Description

DS200SLCCF1ADA is a software PROM set designed and developed by GE. It is a part of the Mark V control system. Software PROM stores essential software or firmware instructions for a computer or electronic device. It is typically read-only and is crucial for device operation. Some types of Software PROMs can be reprogrammed, and they play a significant role in embedded systems, boot processes, and data integrity within various electronic devices.

Mark V Contact and Solenoid Outputs

  • The Mark V system employs a specific type of output mechanism, namely plug-in magnetic relays, for its contact outputs. These relays are preferred over solid-state outputs. All the contacts are designed in a Form C configuration, which means they consist of three wires - one normally open (NO) contact, one normally closed (NC) contact, and a common center conductor. This design provides versatility and flexibility in control applications, allowing for a range of operational scenarios.
  • In a Triple Modular Redundant (TMR) system, the Mark V system utilizes three controllers denoted asR, S and T. These controllers independently determine the status of the contact outputs. The unique feature here is the implementation of a two-out-of-three voting mechanism, which occurs at the relay driver. This voting mechanism ensures redundancy and reliability. In simple terms, if the three controllers (R, S, and T) do not agree on the status of a particular output, a diagnostic alarm is triggered. This alarm is an effective early warning system, indicating a potential discrepancy or issue that requires attention.
  • For added flexibility and power options, the Mark V system offers the ability to select specific jumpers on the terminal boards. These jumpers enable certain outputs to be powered internally by either 125 V dc or 115 V ac. This feature allows users to adapt the system to their specific power requirements, making it suitable for a wide range of applications and scenarios.
  • Contact and solenoid outputs are characterized by their reliance on plug-in magnetic relays, the use of Form C contacts for versatility, and the inclusion of a robust two-out-of-three voting system in TMR configurations. This redundancy ensures system reliability and provides diagnostic capabilities for early issue detection. Additionally, the flexibility to internally power specific outputs with different voltage sources enhances the system's adaptability and usability in diverse operational settings.

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What is DS200SLCCF1ADA?
It is a Software PROM Set designed and developed by GE

What is Sequence of Events (SOE) logging, and how does it work with the contact inputs?
SOE logging is a feature that logs the chronological sequence of events. The Mark V printer can log each status alteration of the contact inputs along with their time stamps when a specific input is chosen for SOE logging. This feature is invaluable for diagnostic and operational purposes.

How does the diagnostic circuitry contribute to system reliability?
The diagnostic circuitry in the Mark V system plays a vital role in maintaining reliability. It tests the internal electronics of each contact input every 1 millisecond. If any circuitry within the contact inputs experiences a failure, the system initiates an alarm promptly, ensuring the overall health and dependability of the system.

How does the Mark V system assist in troubleshooting contact input issues?
The system's diagnostic circuitry, along with the ability to isolate field grounds in groups of eight, makes it easier to identify and address issues within specific groups of contact inputs. This modular approach streamlines troubleshooting and maintenance.

Can I configure the system to prioritize specific contact inputs for event logging?
Yes, you can select specific contact inputs for Sequence of Events (SOE) logging, allowing you to prioritize the logging of events from particular inputs.

What is the significance of alarm initiation in case of circuitry failure in contact inputs?
Alarm initiation in response to circuitry failure is crucial for promptly identifying and addressing issues, thereby ensuring the overall health and reliability of the Mark V system and the safety of connected equipment.