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New Unit, Heavy Duty Gas Turbine Control
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Introduction ............................................................................................................2 Redundancy ............................................................................................................3 I/O Interface............................................................................................................3 Built-in Diagnostics ................................................................................................5 System Overview ....................................................................................................5 Control Functions....................................................................................................7 Sequencing .............................................................................................................9 Protection ...............................................................................................................9 Operator Screens...................................................................................................12 Typical Turbine Instrumentation............................................................................15 Packaging .............................................................................................................17 Power Requirements .............................................................................................18 Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................................18

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Each controller contains its own power supply. protection and monitoring of the gas turbine. Some critical functions. Most of the critical sensors for control loops and trip protection are triple redundant. Mark VI TMR GEI-100472 . and <T>. fault tolerant control system.Introduction The high reliability achieved by the TMR control system is due to the integration of the triple redundant electronics and sensors into a robust. <S>. such as emergency overspeed protection and the phase-slip windows for backup synch check protection. microprocessor-based control with a heritage of over 30 years of successful turbine automation. and I/O for all of the critical control. Other sensors are dual or single element devices. The basis of this system is the three redundant control modules <R>. processor. Backup Protection Module 3 Independent Sections 3 Control Modules Mark VI Electronics 2 • SPEEDTRONIC. The SPEEDTRONIC Mark VI gas turbine control is a Triple Modular Redundant (TMR). communications. are monitored by a separate triple redundant backup protection module <P>.

The inversion mask is applied such that whenever logic L63QT = 1 it means that there is low lube oil pressure. This data is then available to both local operator/maintenance stations and to the plant Distributed Control System via communication links. 63QT is a low lube oil pressure trip switch that will open-to-trip. LVDTs. and enables the Mark VI diagnostics to directly monitor the health of the sensors on the machinery. I/O Interface The I/O is designed for direct interface to turbine and generator devices. Diagnostic algorithms monitor these inputs and initiate an alarm if any discrepancies are found between the three sets of inputs. Contacts are open-to-alarm and open-to-trip. For example. Redundant contact inputs for trip functions are connected to three separate termination points and then individually voted.2 A slow-blow fuse on each side of the 125 V dc feeder.Redundancy An important part of the fault tolerant control architecture is the method of reliably voting the inputs and outputs. Contact Inputs are powered from the 125 V dc battery bus through the Mark VI termination boards. and the position feedback is provided with redundant linear variable differential transformers (LVDTs). Contact outputs to the hydraulic trip solenoids are voted with three magnetic relays on each side of the floating 125 V dc feeder to the solenoids. An inversion mask is applied to each contact input to normalize the data values and simplify understanding of the software. Contact Outputs are from plug-in. reduces long-term maintenance. In addition. GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC. such as lube oil pressure. Three coil servos on the valve actuators are separately driven from each control module. An equally important part of the fault tolerance is the hardware voting of analog and contact outputs. and Resistance Temperature Devices (RTDs). a 1ms time stamp is assigned to each contact input to provide a built-in sequence of events (SOE) monitor. Direct monitoring of these sensors eliminates the need for interposing instrumentation with its associated single point failures. if the field contact was closed-to-trip. the inversion mask would be 0 and L63QT = 1 would still mean that there is low lube oil pressure. magnetic speed pickups. form C contact outputs. such as vibration sensors. Each contact input is optically isolated and has a 1 ms time stamp for SOE monitoring. magnetic relays with dry. thermocouples. This enables the control system to survive multiple failures of contact or analog inputs without causing an erroneous trip command as long as the failures are not from the same circuit. Each control module reads its inputs and exchanges the data with the other two control modules every time the application software is executed at 40 ms. flame sensors. and then used as the control parameter for the application software. Conversely. Mark VI TMR • 3 . The voted value of each contact input and the median value of each analog input is calculated within each control module. The control provides a floating 125 V dc source and suppression for each solenoid with a 3.

or 120 ohm nickel RTDs. K. Servo valve interface is described in the section. such as exhaust temperature have multiple thermocouples that are divided between the three control modules for redundancy. or T. alarm levels. The control monitors redundant Reuter Stokes type UV flame scanners and initiates an alarm if the light intensity diminishes below an acceptable level due to carbon buildup or other contaminants on the scanner windows. or ±5. The median value is used for speed control and primary overspeed protection in the control modules. A trip is initiated if one turbine vibration sensor indicates a trip level and any adjacent pair of turbine sensors are disabled or indicates an alarm level. An automatic shutdown sequence is initiated if all turbine or all generator sensors are disabled or faulty. Mark VI TMR GEI-100472 . Speed Inputs include three passive. differential inputs. All vibration sensors are continuously monitored for faults. speed sensor inputs. These devices generate a small output current by passing a magnet through a fixed coil. • • • • • A start check permissive is inhibited if three or more turbine sensors or two or more generator sensors are disabled or faulty. Analog outputs can be configured for 4-20 mA output (500 ohms max) or 0-200 mA output (50 ohms max).000 ohms). 10 V dc inputs. magnetic. are connected to one thermocouple card in one control module. The control can interface with grounded or ungrounded RTDs. and software linearization is provided for types E. but the data is transmitted to all three main processors for monitoring and alarming.Analog inputs can monitor 4-20 mA (250 ohms). Non-critical thermocouples. Generator temperatures are normally monitored with grounded 100 ohm platinum RTDs. A trip is initiated if one turbine vibration sensor indicates a trip level and two or more sensor inputs are disabled. Three additional speed sensors are provided for emergency overspeed protection. Control Functions. Gas turbine temperatures are monitored by type K thermocouples. J. such as wheelspace and bearing temperatures. Critical temperatures. A trip is initiated if one turbine vibration sensor indicates a trip level and any other turbine sensor indicates an alarm level. These sensors are monitored by the three sections of the backup protection module and diagnostics are transmitted between the backup protection module and the control modules for cross-tripping and alarm management. which can be configured for selfpowered. The control can interface with grounded or ungrounded thermocouples. 4 • SPEEDTRONIC. Protection features include: Standard vibration protection in Mark VI card rack. or as sensors that use a +24 V dc supply from the turbine control. thereby eliminating the need for excitation current. and trip levels. 100/200 ohm platinum. Software linearization is provided for 10 ohm copper. Selected inputs can be configured for 0-1mA inputs (5. Seismic (velocity) Vibration Transducers are monitored directly by the Mark VI for trip protection of the turbine and generator.

GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC. and any expansion modules. and output device faults. IONET is the Ethernet-based network for communication between the three control modules. whereas the mission of the Bently Nevada is to facilitate vibration analysis. and manually initiated diagnostic routines. manual. Ethernet networks with peerto-peer communication between turbine and generator controls. Complete synchronizing system: auto. Three-phase PT inputs from the generator and line. IONET uses asynchronous drives language (ADL) to poll the modules for data instead of using the typical collision detection techniques used in Ethernet local area networks (LAN). The single phase PTs are paralleled to the triple redundant backup protection module for the backup synch check protection. Built-in Diagnostics The Mark VI control system has extensive built-in diagnostics and includes powerup. The Proximitors can be supplied as either an interface to a Bently Nevada 3300 or 3500 monitor with an additional option for a Data Manager 2000 or as a direct interface to the turbine control. A command is issued to close the breaker based on a calculated breaker closure time. background. Data (4K) can be shared between up to 10 nodes at 25 Hz. and single-phase current transformer (CT) inputs are normally monitored by the generator protection and the EX2000. The synch check protection is used to backup the automatic synchronizing and the manual synchronizing which is implemented from a synchroscope screen on a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) server. sensor.An option is available for Bently Nevada Proximitors for monitoring only. and the static starter. System Overview The control system consists of several networks. The Synchronizing Interface uses a pair of single-phase potential transformers (PT). and the EX2000 is used to control megavar output. Note The mission of the turbine control is to provide alarm and trip protection. which is a message-based protocol with support for sharing information with multiple nodes based on the UDP/IP standard. The network uses Ethernet Global Data (EGD). Diagnostics monitor the actual breaker closure time and self-correct each time the breaker closes. These faults are identified down to the board level for the panel. the three sections of the protection module. which are monitored by the control modules. These diagnostics are capable of identifying both control panel. Mark VI TMR • 5 . Data can be transmitted unicast or broadcast to peer control systems on the network.. the generator excitation control. and to the circuit level for the sensors and actuators. The Mark VI is used to control megawatt output. Although the UDH is capable of communicating control data. A Mark VI option is available for buffered outputs to BNC connectors to facilitate plug-in analysis instrumentation and direct plug connection from the Mark VI termination boards to 3500 monitors. It matches the turbine speed to the line frequency and match the generator and line voltages via the Unit Data Highway (UDH) to the generator excitation system. Additional protection features are located in the EX2000. control loops are closed internal to the turbine or generator control. The UDH is an Ethernet-based network that provides peer-to-peer communications between the turbine control. The generator protection panel (GPP) is used to provide primary protection for the generator. and backup synch check protection.

In the case of var/power factor control for the generator or tie-line. A variety of protocols are supported for communication with a plant DCS including RS-232C and RS-485 Modbus remote terminal unit (RTU) master/slave.based Historian is available for long term data archiving and retrieval. and Ethernet TCP-IP with GEDS Standard Messages (GSM). Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used for internal time synchronization with ±1 ms time coherence. The GSM protocol provides the following messages: • • • • 6 • SPEEDTRONIC. which is normally implemented with IRIG-B. All trip commands are hardwired between control units. The primary server can be provided with a time synchronization interface to a Global Time Source (GTS). Mark VI TMR Administration Spontaneous Event Driven (with local time tags) Periodic Group Data (at rates to 1 second) Common Request GEI-100472 . one server is located in each Packaged Electrical and Electronic Control Compartment (PEECC) that contains a turbine control. the turbine control performs the regulation of the setpoint and transmits the command to adjust the generator field on the UDH to the excitation control. An optional OSI PI. Typically. Dual servers (CIMPLICITY/Windows NT) are available to isolate the UDH from the Plant Data Highway (PDH). Plant DCS Network Ethernet TCP-IP GSM Ethernet TCP-IP Modbus RS232/485 Modbus IRIG-B Time Synch Local Operator Station Local Operator Station Engineer's Station Gas Turbine #1 Unit Data Highway . A backup time master can be provided in a backup server.Ethernet Gas Turbine #2 Network Time Protocol NTP Steam Turbine Gas Turbine Control Mark VI Generator Excitation EX2000 Gas Turbine Control Mark VI Generator Excitation EX2000 Static Starter Steam Turbine Control Mark VI Generator Excitation EX2000 Typical 207FA Control Network The Plant Data Highway is used to communicate data to the plant distributed control system or other third party platforms. and the 125 V dc batteries. Ethernet TCP-IP Modbus slave. a motor control center. including any trip commands coming from remote control systems such as a Distributed Control System (DCS). These servers can be used as local or remote operator and/or maintenance stations and configured in a variety of arrangements. a generator protection panel.

therefore. Inlet Guide Vane Control modulates the position of the compressor stator vanes to provide optimum compressor and unit operation. FSR establishes the called for stroke of the bypass valve. and so on. Load Control compares the load setpoint with the MW feedback from a singlephase transducer and adjusts the speed setpoint to regulate the load. temperature. Mark VI TMR • 7 . During startup. which is programmed by speed. the guide vanes modulate to control turbine airflow temperature to optimize combustion system and combine cycle performance. a stop/speed ratio valve is added. average the remaining data values. High speed regulation of the servo loop with LVDT position feedback is performed on each servo card to obtain the maximum performance. Fuel flow is proportional to the speed (fuel flow = speed X FSR). Pressure is now a function of speed and the liquid fuel control system and the gas fuel control system have the same characteristic (refer to the following diagram). the fuel flow is a function of pressure (fuel flow = pressure X FSR). Selection of fast load start or pre-selected load will raise the setpoint to the pre-selected load limit. Selection of base or peak will raise the setpoint to the maximum limit. Three redundant transducers are supplied for monitoring the compressor discharge pressure and biasing the temperature control to correct for ambient temperature and the corresponding variations in mass flow.Control Functions Startup Control is an open loop system that increases the fuel stroke reference (FSR) as the turbine startup sequence progresses to preassigned plateaus. The FSR is determined by the turbine parameter (speed. the guide vanes open as the turbine speed increases. automatically reject bad thermocouple data. Acceleration Control adjusts the FSR according to the rate of change of the turbine speed to reduce the thermal shock to the hot gas path parts of the turbine. Calculation of the FSR is performed in the main processor and transmitted to the servo valve cards on the backplane of the control modules. and then execute the control algorithm. The FSR is determined by the control parameter calling for the least fuel. When the unit is online. Fuel Control consists of a reference from the governor and feedback of the fuel control valves. In gas fuel systems with only a gas control valve. GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC. All of the temperature data is transmitted to all of the control modules that sort the data from the highest to the lowest temperature. Exhaust Temperature Control thermocouples are divided between the three control modules for redundancy. Speed Control uses the median speed from three speed sensors for droop and isochronous speed control with an automatic transfer to isochronous upon loss of the tie-line breaker. In liquid fuel control systems.) calling for the least fuel.

Mark VI TMR GEI-100472 . Emissions Control is available with diluent (water or steam) injection through a multi-nozzle quiet combustor to quench flame temperature and reduce thermal NOX formation. pre-mixed flame combustors are available for lower NOX levels without the need for water or steam injection (dry low nox).Control Module Termination Board Stop/Speed Ratio Valve Servo 90SR TSVO A/D LVDT 96SR Gas Fuel Main Processor Constants Logic TNH (Speed) + FPRG VCMI Card VSVO Card Software Regulator D/A VAIC Card D/A TBAI Gas Fuel Pressure 96FG VSVO Card Logic FSROUT Software Regulator A/D FSR2 D/A TSVO Gas Control Valve Servo 65GC LVDT 96GC Logic FSR Fuel Splitter Combustion Chamber Stop/Speed Ratio Valve FSR1 A/D Pulse 77FD VSVO Card Flow Divider FSROUT TNH (Speed) Logic Software Regulator TSVO D/A Servo 65FP Liquid Fuel Duel Fuel Control System Generator Excitation Setpoints for volts (voltage matching during synchronization) and var/power factor control for the generator and tie-line are in the turbine control. Power factor is calculated from watts and vars. Lean-burning. I/O Interface. 8 • SPEEDTRONIC. Synchronizing is described in the section. and feedback comes from a single-phase var transducer. Setpoints are transmitted from the turbine control to the generator excitation control on the UDH. References come from operator commands.

Sequencing This automation enables operation of the gas turbine from a remote (off-site) location with the assurance that the turbine is fully protected and diagnostics will capture and record any abnormal conditions that may occur. trips and running time under various conditions in non-volatile memory. and counters record the number of starts. Since this action is vital to protecting the turbine. shutdowns. the turbine control will drive the gas/liquid control valves to a zero flow position and de-energize the hydraulic trip solenoids. Operators can choose to have the turbine automatically sequence to intermediate hold points by selecting Crank or Fire without enabling automatic synchronization. All of the control. The turbine control includes a completely automated startup and shutdown sequence. Backup protection for emergency overspeed and synch check protection is performed in the protection module. Counters and timers for a 7FA. including interface to all of the auxiliary systems in the motor control center and generator protection system. If the condition exceeds a predefined trip level. gas fuel. the electronics are triple redundant. GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC. and dry low Nox (DLN) turbine are as follows: Timers Total Fired Time DLN Primary Mode DLN Lean-lean Mode DLN Premix Mode DLN Extended Lean-Lean Mode Counters Manually Initiated Starts Total Starts Fast Load Starts Fired Starts Emergency Trips Protection The turbine control system monitors all control and protection parameters and initiates an alarm if an abnormal condition is detected. protection. Mark VI TMR • 9 . and monitoring algorithms are contained in the control modules for efficiency in sharing the common data used in these calculations. All ramp rates and hold times are pre-programmed for optimum performance.

Shutdown Manual Emergency Trip Low Hydraulic Supply / Trip Pressure Low Lube Oil Pressure Manual Hydraulic Trip Typical Protection System Each trip solenoid is powered from the 125 V dc floating battery bus with contacts from the control module in series with the negative side of the bus and contacts from the backup protection module in series with the positive side of the bus.Primary Overspeed Combustion Monitor Loss Of Flame <R> Module Fuel To Turbine Rotor Vibration <S> Module Fuel Control System Fuel Control Valve Compressor Surge <T> Module TMR Applications Hydraulic Trip System Fuel Stop Ratio Valve Fire Protection System <P> Protection Module <X> Section Steam Turbine Stop Valves For Single Shaft STAG High Lube Oil Header Temp. each trip solenoid has three relays from the control module voting on one side and three relays from the backup protection module voting on the other side. Mark VI TMR GEI-100472 . Overspeed Bolt Exhaust Overtemperature Generator Synch Check Protection Customer Protect. Since there are three control modules and three sections of the backup protection module. Generator Synchronization <Y> Section Steam Cycle Trip System Emergency Overspeed <Z> Section For Turbines With No Mech. 10 • SPEEDTRONIC.

Mark VI TMR • 11 . which replaces the mechanical overspeed bolt used on older turbines. Control System Fault Low Lube Oil Pressure Fire Indication Generator Differential Trip Lockout Transf. Differential Trip Lockout Exhaust Pressure High Breaker Failure Trip Lockout Vibration Trip Startup Fuel Flow Excessive Loss of Protection HP Speed Inputs Customer Trip GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC. PM3 CV Not Following Reference Quaternary CV Not Following Ref.Diagnostics monitor a contact from each relay and also monitor the voltage directly across the trip solenoid. gas fuel. Diagnostics monitor the speed and acceleration and exchange the data between the control modules and the backup protection module on startup to verify that all sensors are active. The following is a list of typical trips supplied on a 7FA. For added insurance. DLN turbine. Each control module and each section of the backup protection module monitors a separate passive magnetic speed sensor (6 total) from 2 rpm on a 60 tooth wheel. Pre-ignition Trips Auxiliary Check (Servos) Seal Oil DC Motor Undervoltage DC Lube Oil Pump Undervoltage Failure to Ignite on Gas Fuel Post-ignition Trips Loss of Flame High Exhaust Temperature Exhaust Thermocouples Open Compressor Bleed Valve Position Trouble Load Tunnel Temperature High Red. Sensor Gas Fuel Hydraulic Pressure Low Turbine Lube Oil Header Temperature Turbine Electronic Overspeed Dry Low Nox System Trip Compressor Operating Limit Error General Trips Starting Device Trouble Inlet Guide Vane Trouble Manual Trip Control Speed Signal Lost . Overspeed protection consists of a primary overspeed monitoring system in the three control modules and an emergency overspeed monitoring system in the backup protection module. diagnostic and trip data are communicated between the control modules and the backup protection modules on the triple redundant IONets for cross-tripping.HP Protective Speed Signal Trouble Control Speed Signal Trouble Gas CV Not Following Reference Secondary CV Not Following Ref.

It is a PC with a GE CIMPLICITY graphics screen system. It can be reinitialized or replaced with the turbine running with no impact on the control system. This interface can be applied as: • • • • • primary operator interface for one or multiple units backup operator interface to the plant DCS operator interface gateway for communication links to other control systems permanent or temporary maintenance station engineer’s workstation All control and protection is resident in the turbine control. a Microsoft Windows NT operating system. which allows the HMI to be a non-essential component of the control system. The HMI communicates with the processor card in the turbine control via the Ethernet-based UDH. Mark VI TMR GEI-100472 .Operator Screens The operator/maintenance interface is commonly referred to as the Human Machine Interface (HMI). a Control System Toolbox with editors for the application software and unit specific screens. Operator Interface Graphics 12 • SPEEDTRONIC.

The diagram is repeated on most of the screens to enable operators to maintain a visual picture of the turbine’s performance while changing screens.Gas turbine control screens show a diagram of the turbine with the primary control parameters. Some screens such as the exhaust temperature monitor and the static starter screen have unique graphics. If a latched trip is the reason for not being ready to start. Upon verification. The command is sent to the Mark VI control where the application software initiates the requested action assuming that the appropriate permissives are satisfied. In addition. an operator can initiate all of the basic commands and observe all of the primary control parameters and status conditions from this single screen. Since the gas turbine control provides fully automatic startup including all interface to auxiliary systems. then the message Not Ready to Start displays and an alarm message displays in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen identifying the reason. a Start command can be given. which provides a graphical representation and status of the Start Check / Ready to Start permissives. which displays Starting and Sequence in Progress messages on the left side of the screen. there is a Start Check screen (under Auxiliaries). A response to the command can be observed within one second. Mark VI TMR • 13 . All operator commands can be given through momentary pushbutton commands on the screen. Typical Gas Turbine Screens Control Screens Startup Dry Low Nox FSR Control Generator/Exciter IGV Control Motors Synchronizing Monitor Screens Bearing Temperature Exhaust Temperature Generator RTDs Hydrogen Seismic Vibration Wheelspace Temperature Auxiliaries Flame Generator Capability Start Check Static Starter Timers Trip Diagram Water Wash Tests Overspeed Tests The primary screen in the system is the Startup screen. Control/Monitor/Auxiliaries/Tests screen category selection. GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC. This references another screen to remind the operator to investigate the latched trip prior to issuing a Master Reset. Similarly. all trips displayed in the alarm field and in the Trip Diagram under Auxiliaries. This graphic also relates to the functional organization of the application software for the Start Check/Ready to Start Permissives. Unit selection (such as GT1 or GT2). As an example. the application software checks the startup permissives and initiates a startup sequence. if it does not involve subsequent system time delays like purging. and a sub-menu of specific screens for each category. The purpose of the alarm queue is to identify any abnormal condition including any reason to inhibit a start sequence. If the unit was not ready to start. All screens have a menu on the right-hand side of the display. if Ready to Start is displayed in the Startup Status field. A small pop-up window displays above the Start button for the operator to verify the start of the turbine. which has a hierarchy of an Overview screen (for a multiple unit site). then the operator must select the Master Reset button on the Startup screen.

and customized trends can be created too. speed. and the application software in the Mark VI automatically compares the requested setpoint with acceptable limits and determines a suitable rate to ramp the setpoint to the new target. This capability is provided. by typing in a numerical value for the setpoint rather than issuing raise/lower commands. More detailed information and trending are provided on supporting screens. compressor discharge pressure. 14 • SPEEDTRONIC. inlet guide vane position. such as MW. maximum vibration. A Startup Trend can be selected with pre-assigned parameters for the mean exhaust temperature. Mark VI TMR GEI-100472 .In some cases. and the fuel stroke reference. it is more convenient for the operator to change a setpoint.

Mark VI TMR • 15 . TCs are divided between the control modules for redundancy. Legend: S = Shared D = Dedicated A = Alarm M = Monitor P = Protection C = Control GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC.Typical Turbine Instrumentation Redundant and Multiple Sensors Device 26QA/T 28FD 33FL 39VX 45FX 63HG 63HL 63QA/T 63TF 65FP 65GC 77FD 77NH 77NT 77WN 90SR 90TV 96FG-2 96GC 96SR 96TV CTDA CTIF FTGI-x ST-SJ-x TTWS-x TTXD-x Parameter Lube oil temp high Flame detector Liquid fuel stop valve Vibration sensor Fire detector Gas fuel trip oil pressure Liquid fuel trip oil pressure Lube oil hydraulic pressure Inlet filter pressure Liquid fuel pump servo Gas control valve servo Liquid fuel flow Speed magnetic pickup Speed magnetic pickup Water flow magnetic pu Gas ratio valve servo Inlet guide vane servo Gas fuel control pressure Gas control valve Gas ratio valve Inlet guide vane Compressor discharge temperature Compressor inlet temperature Fuel gas supply temperature Steam supply pressure GT wheelspace temperature GT exhaust temperature Function A/P A/P M A/P A/P A/P A/P A/P C/P C C C/P C A/P C C C C C C C M M C C A/P C/P Device Type Temp switch UV scanner Limit switch Velocity pu Temp switch Press switch Press switch Press switch Press switch 3 coil servo 3 coil servo Magnetic pu Magnetic pu Magnetic pu Magnetic pu 3 coil servo 3 coil servo Transducer LVDT LVDT LVDT TC TC TC TC TC TC Quantity 3 4/8 2 2 2* 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 4 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2/w 18* Redundant S S S S S D D S D D D D D D S D D D S S S S S D D S D/S * All channels/locations except one are redundant by means of two sensors per location. The number of exhaust thermocouples (TCs) varies with the gas turbine (GT) model from 13 to 27. The non-redundant location has one sensor.

Mark VI TMR GEI-100472 . Legend: S = Shared D = Dedicated A = Alarm M = Monitor P = Protection C = Control 16 • SPEEDTRONIC.Non-Redundant Sensors (Partial Listing) Device 12HA 20FG 20FL 26FD 26QL/M 26QN 33CS 33HR 39FC 63AD 63FD 63FG 63LF1 63LF2 63QA 63QL 63TK 63WC 71QH 71QL 71WL 96FF-1 96FG1 Parameter Mechanical overspeed bolt sensor Gas fuel trip oil Liquid fuel trip oil Liquid fuel temperature Lube oil temperature low / moderate Lube oil temperature normal Starting clutch Ratchet position Cooler fan vibration Atomizing air differential pressure Liquid fuel pressure Gas fuel pressure Liquid fuel filter pressure Liquid fuel forwarding filter pressure Lube oil pressure Lube oil pressure Exhaust frame cooling pressure Cooling water pressure low Lube tank high level Lube tank low level Water tank low level Gas fuel flow pressure Gas fuel supply pressure Function A/P C C C C P M C/A A A A* A* A A P P A/P A A A A C C Device Type Limit switch Solenoid valve Solenoid valve Temp switch Temp switch Temp switch Limit switch Limit switch Vibration switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Pressure switch Level switch Level switch Level switch Transducer Transducer Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 each 1 1 1 1/fan 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/fan 1 1 1 1 1 1 *Can be used to initiate a transfer from primary to backup fuel.

(1.5 inches 2. rear wall.5 inches GEI-100472 SPEEDTRONIC.324mm 91.600 mm 102. 300 V insulated wires. roof: powder painted Locks: Lockable door Material: Sheet steel Terminal Blocks: (24) point.Packaging Cabinet access: Front door access only Card Backplane: VME type (VERSA Module Eurocard) Cabinet: NEMA 1 convection cooled. barrier type terminal blocks that can be unplugged for maintenance.324mm 91.7 inches Height 2. pebble gray – RAL 7032 Door. similar to IP-20 Cable Entrance: Top and/or bottom Finish: E-coat primed. Mark VI TMR • 17 .) Type 3 cabinet lineup with 1 Control Cabinet & 2 Termination Cabinets (Typical for 7FA) 2 cabinet lineup with 1 Control Cabinet & 1 Termination Cabinet (Typical for 7EA) Width 4.0mm2).7 inches 602mm 23.500 lbs.4 inches 2.200 mm 165.587 kg. Each screw can terminate (2) #12 AWG (3.4 inches Depth 602mm 23. Weight: 3.

The 125 V dc is fuse isolated in the Mark VI power distribution module and fed to the internal power supplies for the control modules. A separate UPS is required for power to the HMI and network equipment. Both sides of the floating 125 V dc bus are continuously monitored with respect to ground. and to the termination boards for the turbine solenoids.5 A rms Harmonic distortion < 7 % Acronyms and Abbreviations TMR SOE LVDT RTD UDH HMI CT ADL EGD GPP TC DCS Triple Modular Redundant Sequence of Events Linear Variable Differential Transformers Resistance Temperature Device Unit Data Highway Human-Machine Interface Current Transformer Asynchronous Drives Language Ethernet Global Data Generator Protection Panel Thermocouple Distribution Control System PDH PEECC GTS IRIG-B NTP RTU GSM FSR DLN GT PT Plant Data Highway Packaged Electrical and Electronic Control Compartment Global Time Source Inter-Range Instrumentation Group Network Time Protocol Remote Terminal Unit GEDS Standard Messages Fuel Stroke Reference Dry Low Nox Gas Turbine Potential Transformer g Issue date: 2000-07-05  2000 by General Electric Company. VA 24153-6492 USA . Control Cabinet Power Steady-State Voltage 125 V dc (100 to 145Vdc) 120 V ac (105 to 132 V ac) 47 .5 A rms for a continuously powered ignition transformer 15 A rms Harmonic distortion < 7% 7.63 Hz Frequency Load 10 A dc Comments Ripple <= 5% Add 0.5 A dc continuous for each dc solenoid Add 6. Salem.Power Requirements The control cabinet is powered from the 125 V dc battery bus and short circuit protected in the motor control center. USA. Auxiliary 120/240 V ac sources can be provided for cabinet power if required. Additional 3. All rights reserved.2 A fuse protection is provided on the termination board for each solenoid. GE Industrial Systems General Electric Company 1501 Roanoke Blvd.63Hz 240 V ac (210 to 264 V ac) 47 . Separate 120 V ac feeds are provided from the motor control center for the ignition transformers.0 A rms for a continuously powered ignition transformer Add 3. the termination boards for the field contact inputs.