The General Electric Protective Termination Expander Board model DS200TCEBG1B features a complete total of 3 bayonet connectors, 4 signal transformers, and 1 26-pin connector. It also contains 4 10-pin connectors and 3 20-pin connectors. The GE Protective Termination Expander Board DS200TCEBG1B is limited in the diagnostic tools available if you suspect that the board is not operating as you expected. However, you can use the diagnostic tools available on the drive to gain insight into the board and all components in the drive. The diagnostics generate a report that details all warning, error, and trip conditions generated by the drive.
A trip condition is a situation that causes the drive to automatically shut down to avoid damage or injury to the operator or others in the area. For example, if the interior of the drive becomes too hot and exceeds a limit, the drive will shut down. This might be caused by inadequate air flow in the immediate area around the drive, other equipment nearby overheating the air temperature, or air flow in the interior of the drive being restricted.
The diagnostic report also provides details of the operation of the boards in the drive. From the report you can find the cause of the problem and how to resolve the issue. The report can be uploaded to a laptop that is connected to the drive through a serial cable. You can refer to the report as you resolve the issue and keep a record of the errors and warnings.