The General Electric Drive Control Board DS200SDCCG1ABA is the primary controller for the drive. The GE Drive Control Board DS200SDCCG1ABA is populated with 3 microprocessors and RAM that can be accessed by multiple microprocessors at the same time. The microprocessors are designed to perform different functions. One microprocessor performs motor control functions that require additional processing capability. There are two other microprocessors perform signal I/O functions including watchdog timer, and direct memory access controller functions. One performs functions that requires very dedicated mathematical processing capabilities.
You must consider that the board can be damaged by static electrical build up. Static that is on your body and other metal structures can damage some components on the board. Best practice is to treat all circuit boards as static sensitive and there are guidelines you can follow to prevent any problems. When you handle the board, make sure to always wear a wrist strap. One end of the wrist strap is attached to your wrist and the other end clips to a bare metal surface on the workbench or other metal structure. For convenience, some wrist straps are equipped with a plug that connects to a connector on the workbench. Either way, any static is drained from the board or your body to ground supplied by the bare metal.
When the board is not installed in the drive, make sure that it is always kept in the protective bag in which it is shipped to you. The bag keeps static away from the board.