The GE Line Protection Board DS200LPPAG1 features 7 jumpers and 2 terminal blocks with 3 terminals on each. The jumpers are identified as JP1 through JP7. The GE Line Protection Board DS200LPPAG1 also contains test points. The board is installed on standoffs attached to another component of the drive. The signal wires that connect to the board originate on the other component.
Each jumper has 3 pins and the two pins that are covered determine how the board will process information. For example, if the jumper covers pins 1 and 2, you can move the jumper to cover pins 2 and 3. It is important that before you install the replacement board that you examine the replacement board and make sure that the same pins are covered for each jumper. The examination is best performed if the old board and the replacement are side-by-side.
To examine the boards, first remove all the signal wires that are connected to the terminals and document where wires are connected to the terminals. You can tape, clip, or tie the terminal ID to the wire after you have written down the terminal ID. Use a screwdriver to remove the four screws that hold the board and with the other hand support the board until it is free. Hold the board by the sides without touching the components and remove it from the cabinet. Lay it on a clean surface and flatten out a EDS protective bag and put the replacement board on it. Move any jumpers to ensure the jumper positions match on the replacement board.