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Part Number: IS200TREGS2B
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VIeS
Product Type: Trip Emergency Turbine Protection Terminal Board
Number of trip solenoids: 3
Common Mode Voltage Range: ±5 V
Size: 17.8 cm wide x 33.02 cm
Operating temperature: 0 to 60 °C
MPU Pulse Rate Range 2 Hz to 20 kHz
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Country of Origin: United States
IS200TREGS2B is a Trip Emergency Turbine Protection Terminal Board manufactured and designed by General Electric as part of the Mark VIeS Series used in GE distributed Gas Turbine Control Systems. This board plays a critical role in safeguarding the turbine's operation during emergency situations. It serves as a hub for various protection mechanisms and sensors, ensuring the turbine's safe shutdown and preventing potential damage in case of abnormal conditions. The board is equipped with terminals that connect to sensors, switches, and other protective devices strategically positioned throughout the turbine system. These sensors monitor crucial parameters such as temperature, pressure, vibration, and fluid levels. In the event that any of these parameters deviate from safe operating ranges, the terminal board processes the signals and initiates a trip or shutdown sequence.
During emergency scenarios like sudden overspeed, excessive temperature, or low lubricating oil pressure, the trip emergency turbine protection terminal board acts as a central control point. It communicates with the control system's logic to promptly halt the turbine's operation, preventing further escalation of the issue. This proactive approach not only safeguards the turbine itself but also prevents potential risks to the surrounding environment and personnel.
Multi-Sensor Monitoring: The board supports connectivity to multiple sensors that monitor essential parameters such as temperature, pressure, vibration, and fluid levels. This comprehensive monitoring ensures a holistic view of the turbine's condition.
Real-time Data Processing: Equipped with advanced processing capabilities, the board analyzes sensor data in real-time. This enables rapid decision-making and precise identification of abnormal conditions.
Configurable Alarms: The board allows for customizable alarm thresholds. When monitored parameters deviate from normal ranges, the board triggers alarms to alert operators of potential issues.
Emergency Trip Logic: Integrated with specialized trip logic, the board can initiate an immediate shutdown of the turbine upon detecting critical conditions like overspeed, high temperature, or low lubricating oil pressure.
Redundancy and Reliability: To ensure uninterrupted protection, the board often incorporates redundancy through duplicated components or communication paths. This guarantees that protection remains effective even if one part of the system fails.
Remote Monitoring: Many boards facilitate remote monitoring and control. Operators can assess turbine health and take action remotely, enhancing overall safety and minimizing human exposure to hazardous conditions.
Interfacing with Control System: The board seamlessly interfaces with the main control system, enabling effective communication between protection mechanisms and turbine controls. This integration ensures coordinated responses during emergencies.
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What is the function of the I/O pack or control board?
The I/O pack or control board is responsible for controlling the TREG terminal board, providing emergency overspeed protection and emergency stop functions, and controlling TREG's 12 relays. It also manages the voting inputs controlling the three trip solenoids.
What are the power supply connections of the terminal board?
It supplies the positive side of DC power to the solenoids, while the TRPG terminal board supplies the negative side.
How many trip solenoids can be connected to the TREG and TRPG terminal boards?
Between boards, up to three trip solenoids can be connected.