The GE Auxiliary Interface Board DS200ADGIH1AAA features one 40-pin connector, 60 jumpers, and one 6-pin connector. The GE Auxiliary Interface Board DS200ADGIH1AAA also is populated with multiple test points. The board is 8 inches in width. DS200ADGIH1AAA is 6 inches in length and it is designed to be installed in the board cabinet of the drive. It has four screws and they align with a location on the board rack for installation with screws.
The test points provide a means to test the circuits on the board. However, only a qualified servicer should test the board. The servicer must have testing equipment that is calibrated and designed for the task. The controls must be set properly and the probes must be designed for use with the tester. Place the board on a flat surface and have a protective bag under the board.
Also, the servicer must wear a wrist strap at all times because of the risk of static. When the wrist strap is properly installed, one end of the strap is attached to your wrist and the other end is clipped to a metal leg of a workbench or desk. It can be attached to other metal structures too. The static is attracted to the metal ground and exits the board or your body.
Another appropriate step to lessen the buildup of static is to avoid moving around while holding the board in your hands. The friction of walking causes the static to build up. This is especially true during cool and dry weather conditions. If a wrist strap is not available, you can also touch the static bag with the board inside it to a metal structure, like a chair or metal desk leg.