IS230TCISH9C - I/O Terminal Board

IS230TCISH9C - I/O Terminal Board IS230TCISH9C - I/O Terminal Board

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SPECIFICATIONS

Part No.: IS230TCISH9C
Manufacturer: General Electric
Product Type: I/O Terminal Board
size: 6.25 x 4.0 inches
Series: Mark VIe
Nominal power: 125 Vdc
Operating temperature: -30 to +65 degrees Celsius
Mounting option: DIN-Rail mounting
Manual: GEH-6721
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)

Functional Description

IS230TCISH9C is an I/O Terminal Board developed by GE. It is a part of Mark VIe control system. STCI is a Simplex Contact InputI/O Terminal Board. This board is intended for flat or DIN-rail mounting. There are twenty-four contact inputs on the board. It is one of eight STCI board variations. The I/O Terminal Board is an electronic component that serves as an interface between a programmable logic controller (PLC) and various input and output devices. Its main function is to allow for the connection of field devices, such as sensors and actuators, to the PLC, and to facilitate the exchange of data between the devices and the controller. It is a simplex contact input terminal board with a small footprint. This board can be flat-mounted inside a cabinet using a sheet metal assembly, or it can be attached to DIN-rails using an assembly. This is one of the more powerful of the STCI board's eight variants. Through its twenty-four contact inputs, this version accepts 125 Vdc nominal power. This board's contact inputs have noise suppression to protect against surge and high-frequency noise.

On either side of the terminal block, the board has a factory-made hole (E1 and E2.) These are intended to accept SCOM grounding screws. A 37-pin connector (JA1) with latching fasteners is used on the board. A 3-position plug for contact excitation input is located next to this. The board measures 6.25 by 4 inches. It can operate at temperatures ranging from -30 to +65 degrees Celsius. There are no hardware settings or jumpers on the board.

Features

  • It is an I/O terminal board module with DIN-rail mounting. The board is filled with various capacitors, resistors, and diodes, as well as integrated circuits that serve as the board's identification to other components. It also has a number of MOVs (metal oxide varistors) to protect the board from overvoltage.
  • Two terminal blocks are the largest components on the surface. These are located on one board edge, side by side. Each component is held to the board by two screws. Input wires to these terminal blocks are typically 18 AWG.
  • On the opposite side of the board, there are three vertical 37-pin connectors. These connectors are used to connect cables or plug-in packs.
  • It is screwed to a metal frame. This frame encircles the board on three sides and extends beyond the fourth. The board can be DIN-rail mounted thanks to the frame.

Product Atttributes

  • The board is typically mounted on a DIN rail and has multiple terminal blocks that can accommodate a range of input and output signals. The input terminals are used to connect sensors, switches, and other devices that send signals to the controller. The output terminals are used to connect devices that receive signals from the controller, such as motors, solenoids, and lights.
  • The board is designed for use in industrial automation applications, where reliable and efficient communication between devices is critical. It is commonly used in manufacturing, process control, and building automation systems, among others.

System Terminal Blocks

The signal flow starts with a sensor connected to a terminal block on a board. There are two kinds of boards available.

T-type terminal boards

  • T-type terminal boards have two 24-point barrier-type, removable terminal blocks.
  • Each point can accept two 3.0 mm (0.12 in) (#12AWG) wires with 300 V insulation and either spade or ring-type lugs. Captive clamps are also included for terminating bare wires. Screw spacing is 9.53 mm (0.375 in) minimum and center-to-center.

S-type terminal boards

  • S-type boards support a single I/O pack for simplex and dual redundant systems. They are half the size of T-type boards and are standard base mounted, but can also be DIN-rail mounted. There are two versions of the boards available: one with fixed Euro-style box type terminal blocks that are not removable and one with removable box type terminal blocks.
  • S-type board terminal blocks accept one wire with a diameter of 2.05 mm (#12AWG) or two wires with a diameter of 1.63 mm (#14AWG), each with a voltage of 300 V per point. Screw spacing is a minimum of 5.08 mm (0.2 in) center-to-center. Wide and narrow boards are arranged in vertical columns of high and low-level wiring accessible via top and/or bottom cable entrances. A wide board is one that contains magnetic relays with fused circuits for solenoid drivers as an example. T-type boards are typically mounted on standard bases, but they can also be DIN-rail mounted.
  • Each terminal block has a shield strip to the left of it. It can be grounded immediately by connecting it to a metal base, or it can be floated to allow individual ground wires from each board to be wired to a centralized cabinet ground strip. The flow of signals begins with a sensor connected to a terminal block on a board. There are two kinds of boards on the market. T-type terminal boards have two 24-point barrier-type terminal blocks that are removable. Each point accepts two 3.0 mm (0.12 in) wires with 300 V insulation and either spade or ring-type lugs. Captive clamps are also provided for terminating bare wires. Screw spacing is a minimum of 9.53 mm (0.375 in) center-to-center.
  • For simplex and dual redundant systems, S-type boards support a single I/O pack. They are half the size of T-type boards and can be DIN-rail or standard base mounted. There are two versions of the boards available: one with fixed Euro-style box type terminal blocks that are not removable and one with removable box type terminal blocks.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is IS230TCISH9C?
It is an I/O Terminal Board developed by GE.

What size input wires are typically used with the terminal blocks?
Input wires to these terminal blocks are typically 18 AWG.

What connectors are located on the opposite side of the board?
On the opposite side of the board, there are three vertical 37-pin connectors. These connectors are used to connect cables or plug-in packs.

How is the component mounted?
It is screwed to a metal frame that encircles the board on three sides and extends beyond the fourth. The board can be DIN-rail mounted thanks to the frame.

What is the purpose of the multiple terminal blocks on the board?
The multiple terminal blocks on the board are used to connect a variety of input and output signals from sensors, switches, motors, solenoids, and other devices to the controller. The terminal blocks make it easy to connect and disconnect the devices as needed.

What are the two versions of S-type boards available?
There are two versions of S-type boards available. One with fixed Euro-style box type terminal blocks that are not removable, and one with removable box type terminal blocks.

What is the wire diameter and voltage capacity of S-type board terminal blocks?
S-type board terminal blocks accept one wire with a diameter of 2.05 mm (12AWG) or two wires with a diameter of 1.63 mm (14AWG), each with a voltage of 300 V per point.