DS3800NTDG - Digital Display Card

DS3800NTDG - Digital Display Card DS3800NTDG - Digital Display Card

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Part Number: DS3800NTDG
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark IV
Product Type: Digital Display Card
Availability: In Stock
Power Requirements: +5 V dc
Power supply voltage: 24 V dc
Operating temperature: -35 to +55 degrees Celsius
Size: 15.7 cm high x 18.5 cm
Weight: 0.5kg
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)

Functional Description

DS3800NTDG is a Digital Display Card developed by General Electrics. It is a part of the Mark IV Control System. A digital display provide visual feedback on important parameters such as temperature, pressure, and speed. The display card typically receives signals and converts them into a digital format that can be displayed on a screen or other type of visual display. Digital display cards typically include a range of features designed to provide accurate and reliable monitoring of critical parameters in the control system. As a Digital Display it functions as a visual interface for operators and engineers to monitor and control the processes and parameters within the Mark IV Control System. It features a digital display panel that presents important data, such as system status, alarms, and various operational parameters, in a clear and user-friendly manner.It is equipped with display technologies to ensure optimal visibility and readability, even in challenging industrial environments. Being a part of the Mark IV Control System, the component is designed to seamlessly integrate with other components and modules within the system architecture. It likely communicates with other control devices, such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or distributed control systems (DCS), to exchange data and enable comprehensive control and monitoring capabilities.


  • High-resolution display: A digital display card will usually have a high-resolution screen that can show multiple parameters simultaneously in real-time.
  • Sensor inputs: Typically have inputs for connecting to sensors that measure various parameters such as temperature, pressure, and speed.
  • Data logging: Include the ability to log data over time, which can be useful for identifying trends or diagnosing problems.
  • Alarm and shutdown functions: The card may have built-in alarms and automatic shutdown mechanisms to alert operators of potential problems and prevent damage to the turbine.
  • Configurability: Configurable, allowing operators to customize the display and alarm settings to suit their specific needs.
  • Communications: Some digital display cards may include communication ports, such as Ethernet or serial ports, to allow for remote monitoring and control.
  • Diagnostics: The card may include self-diagnostic features to help identify any issues with the card or connected sensors.
  • Compatibility: The card will typically be designed to work with a range of sensors and other equipment commonly used in gas turbine control systems.

System Software

  • The software design of the Mark IV tackles several challenges commonly faced in the industry. One significant challenge is the customization required for each gas turbine control installation. The Mark IV software is designed to be highly modularized, allowing for easy customization to meet specific requirements. Whether it's start-up and shut-down sequencing or other unique features, the software can be modified with ease, ensuring a tailored solution for every installation.
  • In addition to customization, reliability is another key objective. The software ensures high reliability by implementing fault-tolerant redundant processor design. This means that even in the presence of partial failures, the software's carefully designed communication system continues to function properly.
  • At the heart of the software design is a robust multi-task operating system. This operating system provides the necessary structure to include and execute specific software modules for each installation. It incorporates essential functions such as hardware and software initialization, task scheduling, execution of high-priority tasks, interrupt management, and system service routines. These functions work together seamlessly to enhance system performance and functionality.

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What is DS3800NTDG?
It is a Digital Display Card manufactured and designed by General Electric.

Can the panel be repaired while the turbine is running?
Yes, much effort has been invested in achieving a panel arrangement where most of the components can be replaced easily and safely while the panel is energized and the turbine is running. This design consideration allows for efficient and timely repairs without interrupting turbine operations.

Where are the modules with active components located in the Mark IV panel?
The modules containing most of the active components, which are likely to be the components that may fail, are strategically located on the front doors. This arrangement ensures easy access for maintenance and replacement purposes, enhancing the overall efficiency of the repair process.