IS215UCCVHM09B - Controller Module

IS215UCCVHM09B - Controller Module IS215UCCVHM09B - Controller Module

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Part Number: IS215UCCVHM09B
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VIe
Product Type: Controller Module
Memory: 256 MB
Operating System: QNX Neutrino
Number of channels: 16
Programming: Boolean
Power Requirements: +5 V dc
Microprocessor: Intel Pentium M processor 1.6 GHz
Operating temperature: -25 to 70°C
Size: 33.02 cm high x 17.8 cm
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Country of Origin: United States
Manual: GEH-6721L


IS215UCCVHM09B is a Controller Module manufactured and designed by General Electric as part of the Mark VIe Series used in GE Distributed Control Systems. The UCCx controllers are a family of CompactPCI (CPCI), 6U high, single-board computers that run the application code. The controller mounts in a CPCI enclosure, and communicates with the I/O packs through onboard I/O network interfaces. The controller operating system (OS) is QNX Neutrino, a real-time, multitasking OS designed for high-speed, high-reliability industrial applications. Five communication ports provide links to I/O, operator, and engineering interfaces as follows:

  • Ethernet connection for the Unit Data Highway (UDH) for communication with HMIs, and other control equipment
  • Ethernet connection for the R, S, and T I/O network
  • RS-232C connection for setup using the COM1 port


The controller module contains (at a minimum) a controller and a four-slot CPCI rack with either one or two power supplies. The primary controller must be placed in the left-most slot (slot 1). A second, third, and fourth controller can be placed in a single rack. The CMOS battery is disconnected using a processor board jumper during storage to extend the life of the battery. When installing the board, the battery jumper must be reinstalled. Refer to the specific UCCx module drawing for the jumper location. The battery supplies power to the CMOS RAM settings and the internal date and real-time clock. There is no need to set CMOS settings since the settings are defaulted to the proper values through the BIOS. Only the real-time clock must be reset. The initial date and time can be set using a system NTP server or ToolboxST application. If the board is the system board (slot 1 board) and other boards are in the rack, the ejection of the system board will cause the other boards to stop operating. It is recommended that power be removed from the rack when replacing any board in the rack. Rack power can be removed by one of the following methods.

  • In a single power supply unit, a switch is provided to disable the power supply outputs.
  • In a dual power supply unit, both power supplies can be safely ejected to remove power.
  • Unplug the bulk power input Mate-N-Lok connector(s) on the bottom of the CPCI enclosure.


The controller is loaded with software specific to its application, which includes but is not limited to steam, gas, and land-marine aero-derivative (LM), or balance-of-plant (BOP) products. It can run rungs or blocks. The IEEE® 1588 protocol is used through the R, S, and T IONets to synchronize the clock of the I/O packs and controllers to within ±100 microseconds. External data is transferred to and from the control system database in the controller over the R, S, and T IONets. In a simplex system, this includes process inputs/outputs to the I/O packs.

  • Process inputs/outputs to the I/O packs
  • Internal state values and initialization information from the designated controller
  • Status and synchronization information from both controllers
  • Process inputs/outputs to the I/O packs
  • Internal state values for voting and status and synchronization information from all three controllers
  • Initialization information from the designated controller

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What is a UCC Controller Module?

The UCC (Universal Control Cabinet) Controller Module is a vital component in turbine control systems. It serves as the central unit responsible for monitoring and regulating various aspects of turbine operation.

What functions does the UCC Controller Module perform?

The UCC Controller Module is tasked with functions such as speed control, temperature monitoring, pressure regulation, and overall system diagnostics. It ensures optimal performance and safety of the turbine.

How does the UCC Controller Module communicate with other system components?

The UCC Controller Module typically utilizes communication protocols such as Modbus, Profibus, or Ethernet/IP to exchange data with sensors, actuators, and other control devices within the turbine system.