DS200TBQEG1B - Analog Termination Module

DS200TBQEG1B - Analog Termination Module DS200TBQEG1B - Analog Termination Module

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Manufacturer: General Electric
Part No.: DS200TBQEG1B
Country of Manufacture: United States(USA)
Product Type: LM6000 Analog Termination Module
Series: Mark V

DS200TBQEG1B is an LM6000 Analog Termination Module under Mark V series. Location 7 of the R1 core houses the LM6000 Analog Termination Module (TBQE). The TCQE board in the R1 core's inputs and outputs are all found in TBQE, which is used for all LM engine applications. The proximity transducer, accelerometer, LVDT/R position feedback inputs, RTD inputs, and pulse rate signals for LP Shaft speed monitoring and shear protection applications are among the inputs read by the TBQE terminal board. For processing, these signals are written to the TCQE board. The TBQE terminal board receives the 4 -20 mA outputs from the TCQE.

DS200TBQEG1B Connections

  • JLLR writes the pulse rate, RTD, and LVDT/R position inputs to the TCQE board in the R1 core. reads the TCQE board's mA output signals in the R1 core.
  • The proximitor and vibration signals are written by JQQR to the TCQE board in the R1 core.
  • JLLS/T - Not used.
  • JQQS/T - Not used

TBQE Hardware Configuration

  • Hardware Setup for TBQE
  • BJ1 and BJ2 – Choose between a maximum current output range of 20 mA or 200 mA for the two mA output signals.

DS200TBQEG1B Features

  • Two terminal blocks are included on the analog board.
  • Each block comprises 95 signal wire connections. 2 jumpers and 6 34-pin connections are also present.
  • The IDs for the 34-pin connections are printed on the board's surface. JQQR, JQQS, and JQQT are three 34-pin connectors. JLLR, JLLS, and JLLT are three more 34-pin connections. Before removing the ribbon cables from the 34-pin connectors, it's a good idea to put labels on the ribbon cables to show where they're attached. This allows the installer to connect the cables to the replacement board without making any mistakes.
  • It's also crucial to pay attention to how the ribbon wires are routed within the drive. Inside the cabinet, space is restricted, thus cable routing will allow for optimum ventilation, which will help cool the cabinet's heat-generating components.
  • The drive is built in such a way that cool air enters at the bottom and takes heat away from the components as it climbs. It escapes as hot air at the top of the drive.
  • The second advantage of correct cable routing is that power cables are kept separate from signal and ribbon cables. When power cables are routed close together in a drive, they are known to interfere with signal-carrying cables.
  • The board is mounted to the board rack within the drive with 5 screws due to the weight of the terminal blocks and related signal lines. The board's weight is increased by the 6 ribbon cables connected to the 6 34-pin connections.

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Frequently Asked Questions


What is DS200TBQEG1B?
DS200TBQEG1B is an LM6000 Analog Termination Module under Mark V series.

What kind of inputs does the card take?
For LP Shaft Shear protection applications, the proximity transducer, vibration, LVDT/R positions, RTD, and pulse rate signals are read by the component. These signals are written to the TCQE board for processing.

Which of the board's connectors are rarely used?
Connections JLLR, JQQR, JLLS/T, and JQQS/T are available on the DS200TBQEG1B, however, JLLS/T and JQQS/T are rarely utilized.

What is the location of the component?
The card is positioned in the Mark V LM control panel's R1 core.