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Manufacturer : GE General Electric
Part No. : DS200TCCAG2A
Product Type : Analog I/O Board
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
Availability: In Stock
Series : Mark V
DS200TCCAG2A is a Common Analog I/O Board developed by GE. It is a part of mark V series. The Common Analog I/O Board (TCCA), which is housed in the R5 core, scales and conditions analog signals from the CTBA, TBQA, and TBCA terminal boards. 4-20 mA inputs and outputs, RTD inputs, thermocouple inputs, shaft voltage inputs, and shaft current inputs are among the signals available. The STCA board receives the signals via the 3PL connector.
On the TCCA board, there are three hardware jumpers: J1, JP2, and JP3. J1 is used to enable and deactivate the serial RS232 port. JP2 is used to turn off the oscillator during card testing. JP3 is used in the factory for testing. Appendix A contains information on how to configure the hardware jumpers on this board.
The I/O Configuration Editor on the HMI is used to enter I/O configuration constants for thermocouples, RTDs, mA inputs and outputs, and shaft voltage and current settings.
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What is DS200TCCAG2A?
It is a Common Analog I/O Board developed by GE.
What channels does TCCA use to communicate?
The Common Data Processor (C ) is used to communicate.
What is the role of the CTBA card in TCCA?
The operator interface or I processor is connected to the TCCAG2A through the CTBA card.
What kind of microprocessor is in TCCA?
The microprocessor of the card is 80196.