The General Electric DC Power Supply and Instrumentation Board DS200SDCIG1 serves as an interface to DC2000 drives.
The need might arise for you to return the DS200SDCIG1 or call for customer support for assistance. One edge of the board has printed on it information that you must have available when you call. Carefully look on the edge of the board for the model number, catalog number, and serial number. Have that information written down before you call.
The DS200SDCIG1 contains several fuses that you can replace if needed. Each fuse has an LED indicator associated with it that is lit when the fuse is blown. One fuse is for the 115 V power supply, one fuse is for the positive signal power supply, one is for the negative signal power supply, one is for the 15 amp NRX assembly, and one is for the 10 amp NRX assembly.
It is best practice to allow only trained individuals to service the DS200SDCIG1 board. The individual should be familiar with the equipment. Also the individual should be familiar with the hazards of working with high voltage equipment and understand the steps required to avoid injury and to avoid damage to components and other equipment.
If you suspect that the board must be replaced, first disconnect all power to the drive in which it is installed. Then access the board and test it to make sure no electrical current remains in the board. Only then can you touch the board and inspect it.