DS3800NPID1F - Non-Proportional Integral Derivative Controller Board

DS3800NPID1F - Non-Proportional Integral Derivative Controller Board DS3800NPID1F - Non-Proportional Integral Derivative Controller Board

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Part No: DS3800NPID1F
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark IV
Product Type: Non-Proportional Integral Derivative Controller Board
Input range: ±10 V
Bandwidth: 100 kHz
Mounting Options: DIN Rail, Rack
Isolation Voltage: 2500V RMS
Power Requirements: 24V DC, 500 mA
Accuracy: ±0.1%
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 2.1 lbs
Dimensions: 100mm x 160mm
Operating Temperature: -40°C to 85°C
Country of Origin: USA


DS3800NPID1F is a Non-Proportional Integral Derivative Controller Board manufactured and designed by General Electric and is part of the Mark IV Series used in GE Speedtronic gas turbine control systems. An NPID controller is a device engineers use to regulate temperature, flow, pressure, speed, and other process parameters in industrial control systems. PID controllers are the most precise and stable controllers using a control loop feedback mechanism to control process variables. NPID control is a well-known method for driving a system to a desired position or control settings. It is almost widespread as a temperature control method, with applications in a wide range of chemical and scientific processes, as well as automation. NPID control is to keep a process's actual output as close to the target or setpoint output as possible. This board is a key component in the control system, helping to manage and regulate the operation of gas turbines and other equipment.


  • Control Algorithm Implementation: The NPID board executes control algorithms designed to optimize turbine performance. These algorithms can include various combinations of non-proportional, integral, and derivative control strategies tailored to the specific needs of the system.
  • Signal Processing: The board processes input signals from sensors and other measurement devices, applies the NPID control logic, and outputs control signals to actuators and other control elements.
  • Real-Time Operation: The NPID board operates in real-time, ensuring that control adjustments are made promptly to maintain system stability and performance.
  • Customization and Flexibility: The board's control algorithms can be customized to address unique operational requirements or specific challenges faced by the turbine or other controlled equipment.
  • Integration with Other Control Components: The NPID board works in conjunction with other control components within the Speedtronic system, such as the main control processor, sensor interfaces, and actuator drivers, to provide a comprehensive control solution.

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What is a Non-Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) Controller Board?

A Non-Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) Controller Board is an electronic device used in industrial control systems to manage and control different processes. It combines integral and derivative controls to maintain the desired set point by reducing the error between a measured process variable and a desired set point.

How does a Non-Proportional PID Controller Board work?

The Non-Proportional PID Controller Board works by continuously calculating the error value as the difference between the desired set point and the measured process variable. It then applies a corrective action based on the integral and derivative of the error to adjust the process control outputs.

What is the difference between a Non-Proportional PID Controller and a standard PID Controller?

A standard PID controller includes proportional (P), integral (I), and derivative (D) components. A Non-Proportional PID Controller excludes the proportional component, focusing only on integral and derivative actions to control the system.