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Part No.: IS230STCIH2A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Product Type: Contact Input Module
Size: 15.9 cm high x 10.2 cm wide
Temperature -30 to + 65�C
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Mark VIe
IS230STCIH2A is a Contact Input Module developed by GE. It is a part of Mark VIe control system. The Simplex Contact Input terminal board is a DIN-rail or flat-mounting contact input terminal board. The STCI board accepts 24 contact inputs with nominal excitation voltages of 24, 48, and 125 V dc from an external source. To protect against surge and high-frequency noise, the contact inputs have noise suppression. The STCI is compatible with the Mark VIe and Mark VIeS systems.
What is IS230STCIH2A?
It is a Contact Input Module developed by GE.
What is the purpose of STCI board?
It is designed to provide a means of inputting contact signals into a control system. The board's contact inputs are equipped with noise suppression to protect against surge and high-frequency noise.
What systems is the board compatible with?
It is compatible with the Mark VIe and Mark VIeS control systems.
How does the board condition the input signals?
The function and on-board signal conditioning of the board are identical to those found on the TBCI, but they are scaled for 24, 48, and 125 V DC excitation.
What is the maximum input current for the contact inputs?
Contact input currents are limited by resistance to 2.5 mA on the first 21 circuits and 10 mA on circuits 22-24.
How is the 24 V DC supply protected?
The 24 V DC supply is current-limited to 0.5 A by resetting polymer positive temperature coefficient fuses. Filters at each input near the point of signal entry reduce high-frequency noise and suppress surge.