SKU: IS2020RKPSG3A - UN Categories: ,




Manufacturer: General Electric

Series: Mark VI

Product Type: Power Supply Module


Product Description:

  • IS2020RKPSG3A works as a VME Rack Power supply as a component in the Mark VI system.
  • One of the seven variants of the VME Rack Power Supply is the IS2020RKPSG3A. 
  • The IS2020RKPSG3A has an output rating of 400W. It is rated for 125 Vdc input voltage.
  • The module contains six extra +28V PSA outputs in addition to a Status ID output and a remote +28V PSA output.


Installation of IS2020RKPSG3A:

  • On the right side of the VME rack, the power supply is fixed to a bracket made of sheet metal.
  • The connections for the de input, 28 V dc output, and 335 V dc output are located at the bottom. A status connector is located at the base of the modified design.
  • The PSA and PSB connectors at the top of the unit are mated with a wire harness that supplies power to the VME rack. The five 28 V de power modules each supply power to one VME rack segment.
  • These sections are organized under the headings A, B, C, D, E, and F.
  • P28C output or PS28 at the base of the power supply are two options for powering an external peripheral device.
  • To do this, you must move the jumper plug on the bracket to the left of the rack from the Normal to the Isolated position below.
  • The IS2020RKPSG3A module includes a front faceplate with a toggle switch that is the module’s only user control, and it can be used to reset module faults.
  • There are three LED indications on the faceplate: a green, a red, and a yellow LED.


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Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 48 × 40 × 39 cm


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