GE B30-7A Simulator
The B30-7A simulator is a CDC compartment, attached is a cabinet built to house the components from the PDC compartment. All of the equipment is intact and functional. The control panel is mounted on top of a control stand. Both the electrical cabinets and the control stand are equipped with wheels.
The simulator is equipped with a GE Programmable Logic Controller to provide the feedback for the excitation system. Included will be defective modules to place in the CHEC panel for troubleshooting. There is a speaker for an audible simulation of engine speeds. A power pack from a governor with lights installed provides a visual of signals sent to control engine speeds.
The MSP panel is equipped with the test module and all tests may be run as on a locomotive. Included will be defective modules for the MSP panel.
There are 14 fault switches in the low voltage circuits allowing introduction of faults for troubleshooting.
There are switches in the high voltage circuits to apply a ground to the main alternator, grids, all four TM fields, & armature circuits as desired for troubleshooting purposes.
There are switches for illustrating open circuits in each of the four fields and armature circuits.
A 74VDC power supply will not be supplied. Compressed air is needed for operation of the B30-7A simulator.