The GE Universal Memory Board DS3800HUMB1B1B 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 Universal Memory Board DS3800HUMB1B1B also is populated with 1 reset toggle switch and 1 red indicator LED. The board is also populated with multiple erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM) modules and 30 jumpers.
Some of the jumpers on the GE Universal Memory Board DS3800HUMB1B1B are associated with the distinct logical divisions on the board. Quad D is comprised of 4 EEPROM modules, multiple single-wire connectors, and 8 jumpers. The jumpers are used to configure the logical division. The divisions are called Quads. There are 4 Quads. The logical divisions are Quad A, Quad B, Quad C, and Quad D. Quads A, B, and C are populated with transistor-to-transistor devices.
1 side of the board is populated with a modular connector. It is designed to connect to a modular connector on the rear of the board rack inside the drive. When the modular connectors meet, the control signals are able to be transmitted from the board. Other control signals are received by the board for processing. The modular connectors also send the electricity used to power the board.
The other side of the board is outfitted with retention levers. The levers lock the modular connectors together and keep the board from accidentally being removed from the rack.
Press down on the levers to secure the board. Lift up the levers to remove the board from the rack.