Part Number: DS200STBAG1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Drive Control
Product type: Basic Drive Terminal Board
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
DS200STBAG1A is a basic drive terminal board developed by GE. It is a part of General Electric Drive control system. The STBA includes customer connection points for the majority of signallevel I/O. The board also includes many of the system's customizing jumpers as well as some passive interface circuits. It contains customer connection points for most signal-level I/O. Several of the system's necessary modifying jumpers as well as a few passive interface circuits are also included in the STBA. The STBA board offers a comparable selection of I/O features and functionalities to the 531X305NTB Drive Terminal Board (NTB/3TB), 531X307LTB LAN I/O Terminal Board (LTB), and RTBA Relay Terminal Board (RTBA). For drives that just need fundamental I/O functionality, the STBA is an alternative to these three boards.
- Two rows of screw-type terminals in the STBA connector for the STBA board STBA connector hold 66 terminal board points for customer connections. Together with these other features and capabilities, the STBA board offers:
- Regulated +5 V dc and ± 15 V dc, unregulated ± 24 V dc, and 120 V ac power supply terminal board points.
- Differential A-quad-B encoder interface that can be used with 5 V or 15 V encoders by using a jumper.
- RS-232C serial link for use with the ST2000 Toolkit (see GEH-5860 for information), Drive Configurator LynxOS Version (see GEH-6203 for information), or ST1000 Drive Configurator.
- There are seven relays, each with a 120 V, 0.5 A contact rating. With a 24 V dc signal from the drive control board, two of these relays are managed.
- An input of 115 V AC controls one relay. Hardware jumpers can be used to set the other four relays to be controlled by either 115 V ac inputs or 24 V dc software-controlled outputs.
- Four high-resolution analog input channels to the drive control board, and four 8-bit, ± 10 V analog out- put channels from the drive control board.
- The board is linked to the SDCC via 6PL and 8PL, the DCFB or SDCI via 4PL, the DCFB or SDCI, SDCC, and SLCC boards via 2pL, and the customer/system via COMPL and terminal board points.
- The STBA connector on the STBA board has 60 terminal board points in two rows of screw-type terminals. The terminals are sequentially numbered, with odd numbers at the top and even numbers at the bottom. The STBK connector on the board has three terminal board points labeled 62, 64, and 66.
The board has the following external power outputs:
- Each with a current capacity of 250 mA and regulated +5 V do and _+15 V
- 124 V dc unregulated, each with a current capacity of 500 mA
- 120 V ac, each with a current capacity of 0.4 A Hardware jumpers are used to distribute encoder loads between the +5 and i-15 v do supplies.
Configurable Control Inputs
- The board has eight control inputs (CI1 through CI8) that can be configured to interface with discrete (24 V do) signals. These inputs have a 27 k2 input impedance and a noise filtering time of 2 ms.
- Unconnected general-purpose inputs are biased to +24 or -24 V de by hardware jumpers, depending on whether positive or negative logic is used. Inputs CI2, CI3, CI4, and CI6 typically monitor the stars of relays K2, K3, K4, and K6, respectively.
- JP28,]P31, JP35, and JP38, on the other hand, can be used to connect these inputs to customer input terminals to monitor external signals. Control inputs CI1, CI5, CI7, and C18 are available for customer wiring at the STBA terminal board.
- Berg-type jumpers are used on the board for manufacturing testing and customer options.
- It is linked to the drive control board via plugs 6PL and 8PL, the dc power supply and instrumentation board via plug 4PL, and the customer/system via RS-232C connector COMPL and terminal board points.
- The terminal block connector on the STBA board has 66 terminal board points in two rows of screw-type terminals. The terminals are sequentially numbered, with odd numbers at the top and even numbers at the bottom.
- Each relay on the STBA board has a contact rating of 120 V, 0.5 A. Two of these relays are internally controlled by 24 V dc, while the third is controlled by a 115 V ac input.
- The other four relays can be controlled by 115 V ac inputs or 24 V dc software-controlled outputs via hardware jumpers. A jumper can direct one set of contacts from each of these relays to a digital control input.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is DS200STBAG1A?
It is a basic drive terminal board developed by GE.
What is the connector on the board?
It is a type of electrical connector with 60 terminal board points in two rows of screw-type terminals. It is used for connecting the STBA board to other devices in the system.
What is the STBK connector on the board?
The STBK connector is another type of electrical connector with three terminal board points labeled 62, 64, and 66. It is used for connecting the board to other devices in the system.
What is the current capacity of the power supplies on the board?
The power supplies on the board have a regulated +5 V and +15 V DC with a current capacity of 250 mA each. There is also an unregulated 124 V DC with a current capacity of 500 mA and a 120 V AC with a current capacity of 0.4 A.
What are the hardware jumpers used for on the board?
Hardware jumpers are used to distribute encoder loads between the +5 V and +15 V DC supplies.