IS215UCVEM04A - VMEbus Programmable Controller Processor Module

IS215UCVEM04A - VMEbus Programmable Controller Processor Module IS215UCVEM04A - VMEbus Programmable Controller Processor Module

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Part Number: IS215UCVEM04A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VI
Product Type: VMEbus Programmable Controller Processor Module
PROFIBUS Interface: PROFIBUS DP master class 1
Processor: 300 MHz Intel Celeron
Analog output current: 0-20 mA
Temperature Operating: -30 to 65°C
Memory: 128 MB of flash memory
Ethernet: 10BaseT/100BaseTX (RJ-45)
Microprocessor: Intel Celeron 300 MHz
Size: 15.9 cm high x 17.8 cm wide
Operating System: QNX
Frequency: 50 or 60 Hz
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 2 lbs
Country of Origin: United States
Manual: GEH-6421M


IS215UCVEM04A is a VMEbus Programmable Controller Processor Module Manufactured and designed by General Electric as part of the Mark VI Series used in GE Speedtronic Turbine Control Systems. Programmable controller processor modules are specialized components that execute control algorithms and manage communication between different parts of the control system. They are programmable, allowing customization to meet specific operational requirements. The PLC-5/VME processor supports Data Highway Plus communications. It can communicate in adapter mode as a processor. Accessing a remote I/O link, it can also operate scanner mode (supervisory). An extended-local I/O port speed scan and update times for Allen-Bradley 1771 I/O - Because the PLC-5/VME processor is a VMEbus module, transfers with other modules can be performed across the backplane. Commands can also be communicated over the VMEbus CPU to the PLC-5/VME processor.


  • VMEbus modules consist of a backplane that houses multiple processor cards. Each card can perform specific tasks, communicating with others through the bus. This modular design allows for easy customization and scalability.
  • VMEbus modules operate by continuously monitoring input signals from sensors, processing this data, and sending control signals to actuators. This process is done in real-time, ensuring immediate response to changing conditions.
  • Common communication protocols include Ethernet, CAN bus, and Modbus, ensuring reliable data exchange between the VMEbus modules and other system components.

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How does the VMEbus improve Speedtronic systems?

VMEbus improves Speedtronic systems by providing high data transfer rates, reliability, and scalability. These features are essential for real-time control and monitoring, ensuring efficient and safe gas turbine operations.

What are the main components of a VMEbus module?

The main components of a VMEbus module include the processor, memory, input/output interfaces, and communication ports. These components work together to execute control tasks and facilitate communication within the system.

What challenges are faced when integrating VMEbus in Speedtronic systems?

Common challenges include compatibility issues, complexity in programming, and ensuring reliable communication. These can be mitigated through thorough testing, using standard communication protocols, and employing experienced engineers.