The GE RST Analog I/O Board DS200TCQAG1BDC contains four 34-pin connectors, two 40-pin connectors, and six jumpers. The board is also integrated with 6 LED lights.
The six jumpers enable the board to be configured for the exact processing requirements of the site and are typically set when the board is installed in the drive. Some of the jumpers are not for use in configuration and are only intended for use by the factory for quality control purposes. For example, they allow for testing of a particular circuit, function, or other factor. The information that comes with the original board explains the use of the six jumpers. But, when you are replacing the board the best practice is to compare the two boards side-by-side and set the jumpers on the replacement board exactly the same as on the old board.
To mimic the jumper configuration, first make sure all power is removed from the drive by disabling the power supplies to the drive. This is often accomplished by removing the fuses from the power supply. Only a qualified person can perform this activity due to the high-voltage surrounding the power supplies and the drive. Also, the person must be familiar with the cable routing, emergency shut offs, and devices in the immediate area around the drive. Use testing equipment to test for the presence of power in the drive. The controls on the tester must be set for the task and the tester must be designed for testing high-voltage current.