The GE Analog Conversion Board DS3800HAIA1D1B is designed for quick installation in the drive. The board features a modular connector on 1 end and retention levers on the other end. The GE Analog Conversion Board DS3800HAIA1D1B also is populated with 2 34-pin connectors between the retention levers. The board is populated with 2 trimmer resistors and 8 jumpers. The board is also populated with 1 socket for an electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) module.
The GE Analog Conversion Board DS3800HAIA1D1B is designed to make installation, resistor adjustment, and circuit testing easy. This is because the trimmer resistor, 34-pin connectors, and test points are located between the retention levers. This makes them easy to access. The trimmer resistors are sometimes called trimpots. They are adjustable resistors. That is, a servicer can adjust the amount of resistance created by the component. The adjustment is made by turning a screw located on the trimpot. The screw is accessible while the board is still installed in the board rack. A servicer can make the adjustment while the board is operational. However, in some conditions you might have to remove the board and use a testing device to adjust the trimpot.
The test points are also located for easy access. However, to use the test point the board must be removed from the drive. This because of the high-voltage present in the drive. Also, the board must be removed from power and placed on a static free mat and on a clean and dry work table.