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DS200TCCBG3A - TC2000 Extended Analog I/O Card

DS200TCCBG3A - TC2000 Extended Analog I/O Card DS200TCCBG3A - TC2000 Extended Analog I/O Card

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SPECIFICATIONS

Part No.: DS200TCCBG3A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States of America
Product Type: Microprocessor Application Board
Series: Mark V

DS200TCCBG3A is a Microprocessor Application Board (TCCB) developed by GE. It is a part of Mark V series. It comprises software transducing algorithms that manipulate the inputs from the isolation and scaling printed circuit boards mathematically. The current and voltage transformers, which monitor generator output and line voltage, as well as the bridge ac input and dc output voltages and shunt feedback, provide analog feedback signals.

  • One 80196 CPU, numerous PROM modules, one LED, and two 50-pin connectors are included. From the side of the board, the LED is visible. JCC and JDD are the IDs for the 50-pin connectors. There are five 34-pin connectors on it. You can utilize the 50-pin and 34-pin connector IDs to speed up and simplify the task of attaching the ribbon cables to the replacement board once it is installed in the drive while preparing to replace the board.
  • You can mistakenly connect several ribbon cables to the wrong connections on the new board if they disconnect from the old board and rejoin to the replacement board. The fact that the replacement board could be a newer version of the previous board adds to the dilemma. It's possible that the connectors are in various places. The connector IDs on the damaged and new boards, however, are identical. This makes it possible to map the connectors on the old and new boards.
  • Connect the identical ribbon cable to the 50-pin connector JCC on the replacement board if you discover one attached to the 50-pin connector JCC on the old board. Before you unplug it from the problematic board, you might want to attach a note with the ID of the connector it was connected to.

Functional Description

  • The transducer board (TCCB) is simply a microprocessor application board. The TCCB board receives the isolated and scaled generator PT and CT signals from the PTCT board.
  • The TCCB converts analog voltage signals into digital signals using voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs).
  • The voltage and current signals are processed by software transducers, which subsequently calculate generator data. This data is sent to the LDCC control processors, where it is used by the regulators. The TCCB also houses the regulator simulation software.


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Frequently Asked Question

 

What is DS200TCCBG3A?
DS200TCCBG3A is a Microprocessor Application Board (TCCB) developed by GE.

Which processor is used in the component?
80196 is present in the module.

What is the country of origin for the component?
The component was manufactured in USA.

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