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Part No.: IS230TEGSH2B
Manufacturer: General Electric
Product Type: Trip Emergency Terminal Module
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
Series: Mark VIe
IS230TEGSH2B is an Trip Emergency Terminal Module developed by GE. It is a part of Mark VIe control system. This module is specifically designed to serve as a Trip Emergency Terminal, ensuring the safety and reliability of systems. It continuously monitors critical parameters and inputs from various sensors and actuators. The Trip Emergency Terminal Module provides real-time monitoring and diagnostics, allowing for efficient maintenance and troubleshooting.
What is IS230TEGSH2B?
It is an Trip Emergency Terminal Module developed by GE
Can the state information be customized to suit specific control system requirements?
Yes, the Mark VIe control system offers customization options for state information exchange. Users can tailor the state information exchange process based on the specific control logic and requirements of their applications.
Does the synchronization process require additional computing resources?
The Mark VIe control system is designed to efficiently handle the synchronization process without imposing excessive computational overhead. Advanced hardware and optimized communication protocols ensure smooth and timely state information exchange between controllers.
What role does state information exchange play in interlocking logic?
State information exchange is fundamental for implementing interlocking logic, where controllers coordinate to prevent conflicting or unsafe conditions. The timely exchange of state information allows controllers to make informed decisions and enforce interlock sequences effectively.