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Part Number: IS230TICIH4A
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VIe
CE Mark: 230 V
Number of channels: 24
Sub-D Pin Connector: 3
Terminal Block Quantity 2
Size: 17.8 cm high x 33.02 cm wide
Function: TMR Isolated Input Assembly
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
IS230TICIH4A is a TMR Isolated Input Assembly manufactured and designed by General Electric. It is a part of the Mark VIe Control System. The Isolated Digital Input Terminal Board is specifically designed to be used in conjunction with the VCCC board. Its primary purpose is to provide voltage detection capabilities, allowing the monitoring and sensing of voltages across various electrical components such as switches, relay circuits, and fuses. This functionality is crucial for the proper operation and control of electrical systems, providing valuable data for monitoring and troubleshooting purposes. The TICI board is engineered to function similarly to the TBCI, but with some notable differences that enhance its performance and versatility. One of the key features that sets the TICI board apart from the TBCI board is the implementation of input hardware filtering. The board incorporates input hardware filtering, which ensures that the detected voltage signals are accurate and free from noise or interference. This filtering mechanism introduces specific time delays for AC and DC applications, enhancing the board's overall performance.
What is IS230TICIH4A?
It is a TMR Isolated Input Assembly manufactured and designed by General Electric
What happens if a cable is accidentally unplugged from the terminal board?
If a cable is unintentionally unplugged from the terminal board, the fault detection system will identify it and trigger an alert. This feature helps maintain the integrity of the system by promptly notifying users of any disconnections or potential signal loss.
How does the terminal board handle a failed ID chip on the connected I/O board?
In case the ID chip on the connected I/O board fails, the terminal board's fault detection mechanism will detect this condition and raise an alert. Identifying a failed ID chip is crucial for ensuring the correct configuration and operation of the entire system.