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Part Number: DS3800HMAA
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark IV
Product Type: RR Media Access I/O Board
Operating temperature: -33 to 55 °C
Size: 8.25 cm high x 4.27 cm
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 1 lb
Country of Origin: United States
DS3800HMAA is a RR Media Access I/O Board manufactured and designed by General Electric as part of the Mark IV Series used in GE Speedtronic Gas Turbine Control Systems. The RR Media Access I/O Board is a component used in control systems to provide communication interfaces and input/output capabilities. It is designed to interface with various media types, such as radio frequency (RF), wired connections, or optical fiber, to enable communication between the control system and external devices.
The specific features and capabilities of an RR Media Access I/O Board may vary depending on the manufacturer and the intended application. However, some common functionalities provided by such a board include:
Media Interface: The board typically supports multiple media interfaces, such as Ethernet, serial ports (RS-232/RS-485), digital I/O, analog I/O, or specialized protocols like Profibus or Modbus. These interfaces enable connectivity with different devices or networks.
Data Acquisition: The I/O board can handle data acquisition tasks by providing analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and digital-to-analog converters (DACs). This allows the control system to interact with real-world signals and sensors, such as temperature sensors, pressure transducers, or flow meters.
Communication Protocols: The board may support various communication protocols, such as TCP/IP, UDP, CAN bus, or specific industrial protocols like EtherCAT or DeviceNet. These protocols enable data exchange and control commands between the control system and external devices or other control system components.
Signal Processing: Depending on the complexity of the control system, the I/O board may have built-in signal processing capabilities. This can include functions like filtering, amplification, or signal conditioning to ensure accurate and reliable data acquisition and communication.
Synchronization and Timing: In some applications, precise synchronization and timing are critical. The I/O board may include features like clock synchronization protocols (e.g., IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol) or hardware-based timers to ensure synchronized data acquisition and control operations.
WOC maintains the largest inventory of Replacement parts for GE Speedtronic control systems. Additionally, we offer warranty-backed unused and rebuilt boards as well as board repairs for your damaged ones. For your OEM needs, our team of professionals is available around-the-clock. We at WOC are happy to help you with any needs you may have in terms of automation. Please contact our team by phone or email for pricing and availability on any components and repairs.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What is an RR Media Access I/O Board?
An RR Media Access I/O Board is a component used in control systems to provide communication interfaces and input/output capabilities. It facilitates connectivity with external devices and networks, enabling data acquisition, communication, and control functions.
How does an RR Media Access I/O Board connect to external devices?
The I/O board typically supports multiple media interfaces, such as Ethernet, serial ports (RS-232/RS-485), digital I/O, analog I/O, or specialized protocols like Profibus or Modbus. These interfaces allow connection to different devices or networks based on the requirements of the control system.
Can an RR Media Access I/O Board support multiple communication protocols?
Yes, many I/O boards support multiple communication protocols to facilitate interoperability with different devices and systems. Common protocols include TCP/IP, UDP, CAN bus, MQTT, OPC-UA, EtherCAT, Profinet, and more.