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Part No.: DS200TBQCG1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States of America
Product Type: Analog Input, Milliamp Input/Output Termination Module
Series: Mark V
DS200TBQCG1A is an Analog Input Termination Module developed by GE. On the R1, R2, and R3 cores, it is at position 9. The TCQA board in each core is connected to via TBQC, which also connects the LVDT/R position inputs and the 4-20 mA inputs. The TCQA boards in the corresponding cores are read for the 20–200 mA outputs. Using hardware jumpers on the TBQC terminal board, the outputs can be set to have either a 20 mA maximum current or a 200 mA maximum current.
It has two terminal blocks, each of which has 83 connections for signal wires. The Termination Board also comes with 15 jumpers, three 40-pin connections, and three 34-pin connectors. The terminals may accept 166 different signal wire connections in total. TB1 and TB2 are the IDs connected to the terminal blocks. Each terminal is given a specific numerical ID.
The mA input signals #1 through #15 are connected to DCOM by BJ1 through BJ15. The BJ16 and BJ17 connectors allow you to choose between a 20 mA or 200 mA maximum current output range for the two mA output signals.
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What is DS200TBQCG1A?
DS200TBQCG1A is an Analog Input Termination Module developed by GE.
What is the function of DS200TBQCG1A?
It connects the 4-20 mA inputs and the LVDT-R position inputs to the TCQA board.
What is the number of termination signals?
The termination signals are of three types. Input and output signals are measured as milliamps, as well as LVDT input signals.
Which of the DS200TBQCG1A connectors are rarely used?
JBS/T, JFS/T, and Test are the connections that aren't utilized very often.