The GE High Level Non-Isolated Input Board DS3800HSCD1H1F features a modular connector on 1 end and retention levers on the other end. The board is populated with a multiple capacitors. The board is populated with multiple transistor-transistor logic devices. The GE High Level Non-Isolated Input Board DS3800HSCD1H1F is also populated with 16 red indicator LEDs and 1 amber indicator LED. The board also has 1 socket for electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) modules. The board is also populated with 3 trimmer resistors.
The GE High Level Non-Isolated Input Board DS3800HSCD1H1F is installed in a drive that contains high-voltage current. The drive is engineered to require a simple maintenance procedure every 6 months. Only a qualified technician should perform the maintenance due to the high-voltage current. The qualifications include having an understanding of the safety risks of handling high-voltage devices and the injury that can result. The technician must also know the safest procedures to avoid injury.
Also, the technician must be trained in how to properly calibrate a testing device. The testing device must be fully functional and available for use during the maintenance procedure.
The technician examines the motor and all moving parts. Remove any dust or debris from the drive and inspect the drive for loose screws or other metal parts jammed in the moving parts. Gently tug on the cable connections to make sure they are secure. If any appear loose, use a wrench to tighten them. When the maintenance is complete, restore power to the drive.