DS3820STBA - Terminal Assembly Board

DS3820STBA - Terminal Assembly Board DS3820STBA - Terminal Assembly Board

World Of Controls understands the criticality of your requirement and works towards reducing the lead time as much as possible.

DS3820STBA - Terminal Assembly Board is available in stock which ships the same day.

DS3820STBA - Terminal Assembly Board comes in UNUSED as well as REBUILT condition.

To avail our best deals for DS3820STBA - Terminal Assembly Board, contact us and we will get back to you within 24 hours.


Part Number: DS3820STBA
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark IV
Product Type: Terminal Assembly Board
Power Requirements: +5 V dc
Power supply voltage: 24 V dc
Operating temperature: -35 to +55°C
Size: 15.7 cm high x 18.5 cm
Weight: 0.5kg
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Country of Origin: United States


DS3820STBA is a Terminal Assembly Board manufactured and designed by General Electric as part of the Mark IV Series used in GE Speedtronic Gas Turbine Control Systems. Terminal board assembly is the process of assembling components onto a printed circuit board (PCB) that contains a number of terminals for connecting wires or cables. This board is typically used in electronic devices or industrial equipment that require a secure and reliable connection between the electrical components.


The assembly process typically involves several steps, including preparing the PCB by cleaning and testing it, placing components onto the board using automated pick-and-place machines, soldering the components to the board using automated soldering machines, and testing the completed assembly to ensure that it meets the required specifications and functions properly.

In a turbine control system, the terminal board assembly process involves assembling various components onto a PCB that has terminals for connecting wires or cables. These components may include relays, control modules, sensors, and other electronic devices that are used to monitor and control the operation of the turbine.

Terminal Types: Terminal board assemblies may have different types of terminals such as screw terminals, wire-wrap terminals, or solder terminals depending on the specific requirements of the circuit.

Board Material: The board material can vary based on the application and environment in which it will be used. For example, a terminal board used in a high-temperature environment may require a different board material than one used in a low-temperature environment.

Terminal Pitch: The pitch of the terminals, which refers to the distance between the centers of adjacent terminals, can vary depending on the specific requirements of the circuit and the components being connected.

Size: The size of the terminal board assembly can vary depending on the number of terminals and the size of the components being connected.

Mounting: Terminal board assemblies can be mounted on a PCB (Printed Circuit Board) or chassis using various mounting options like through-hole or surface mount.

Voltage and Current Ratings: Terminal board assemblies have voltage and current ratings that indicate the maximum voltage and current that can be safely passed through the board.

WOC has the largest stock of GE Speedtronic Gas Turbine Control System Replacement Parts. We can also repair your faulty boards. We can also supply unused and rebuilt backed-up with a warranty. Our team of experts is available round the clock to support your OEM needs. Our team of experts at WOC is happy to assist you with any of your automation requirements. For pricing and availability on any parts and repairs, kindly get in touch with our team by phone or email.


What is the purpose of the jumpers on the Mark V analog inputs?

The jumpers are used for selecting current or voltage input, burden resistor size, and grounding options. By using a jumper, some inputs can be used as either voltage or current inputs.

What happens if there is a difference between the three controller inputs?

Any difference between the three controller inputs is reported as an internal diagnostic fault, while the control and protection systems continue to operate normally using the median signal.

Does Mark V have diagnostics for checking input ranges?

Yes, additional diagnostics check that the inputs are within their proper range.