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Part Number: IS200EMCSG1A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VI
Product Type: Multibridge Connector Sensor Card
Repair: 3-5 days
Dimensions: 4.35 x 2 (in)
Number of Conduction Sensors: 4
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacturer: United States (USA)
IS200EMCSG1A is a Multibridge Connector Sensor Card developed by General Electric. It is a part of Mark VI Control system. It is equipped with four conduction sensors for monitoring and controlling power generation processes. The board is powered via two six-position plugs located on its edge. While no longer in production, we offers replacement services for its sensor circuits, ensuring the continued functionality of this critical component in power generation systems.
While the board may no longer be in production, WOC remains committed to ensuring its availability. Our dedicated team can efficiently replace the sensor circuits when needed, making it possible to extend the life of this critical component. This commitment to support and maintenance underscores our dedication to the seamless operation of power generation systems.
What is IS200EMCSG1A?
It is a multibridge connector sensor card developed by General Electrics.
What is the role of the four conduction sensors on this card?
The four conduction sensors, labeled E1, E2, E3, and E4, play a vital role in monitoring and controlling critical parameters in power generation processes, ensuring precision and reliability.
What is the significance of the two independent sensor circuits (U1 and U2) on this board?
The board features two independent sensor circuits located between sensors E2 and E3. These circuits enhance the board's ability to monitor and control the power generation process with precision, contributing to its reliability.
How is the card powered?
The board is powered via two six-position plugs located on its edge, ensuring a secure and efficient power supply connection.
How can I ensure the continued functionality of the component in the power generation system?
While it is no longer in production, replacement services for its sensor circuits are available. You can contact WOC for support in maintaining the functionality of this critical component.