The GE TC2000 Analog I/O Extender Board DS200TCQFG1ACC is populated with 7 jumpers and 2 50-pin connectors. It also has 1 34-pin connector and 1 9-pin connector. The ID assigned to the 34-pin connector is JA.
The IDs assigned to the 50-pin connectors are JUU and JB. Six LEDs are located on the GE TC2000 Analog I/O Extender Board DS200TCQFG1ACC. The LEDs can be viewed when the board is installed in the drive and the LEDs are green in color when lit. Each LED is associated with a circuit or function on the board. When the drive is receiving power and the board is processing as normal, the LEDs are lit and when activity is taking place on the circuit associated with the LED, the LEDs flash. In this way, the operator can easily monitor the function and health of the board while the drive is operation.
If the LEDs are not lit, you can check several factors to begin to narrow down the cause. First verify that the drive is operating and receiving power. If the drive is not receiving power, the board will not function. If the drive is receiving power, shut down the drive and disconnect and connect all cables to the board to make sure they are fully seated in the connectors. You should see no space between the connectors when the cables are properly connected. You can use the diagnostics tools on the drive to check for error codes or indications of other problems.