DS215DMCAG1AZZ02A Drive Board Module
The DS215DMCAG1AZZ02A is a board component fabricated by GE for use within their Speedtronic Mark V system. The Speedtronic line began in the late 1960s with the release of the MKI and continued development throughout the century.
The DS215DMCAG1AZZ02A functions as a Drive board module. This board has been updated with additional hardware/firmware as compared to a similar DS200 board. It has factory-made mounting holes in each corner and is marked along the edge to allow for proper alignment.
The DS215DMCAG1AZZ02A is heavily populated by components that include over fifty-five integrated circuits. Some of these chips are FGPAs (field-programmable gate arrays) while others function as oscillating chips, EPROMs, or flip-flops.
Other board components on the DS215DMCAG1AZZ02A include inductor coils, fourteen jumper switches, two heat sinks, a push-button switch, multiple fuse components, transistors, and multiple high-voltage electrolytic capacitors. The board has four vertical male cable connectors and a single female connector. It also has several header connectors. One board edge has two LED indicators. The board uses metal film resistors as well as over twenty resistor network arrays.
The DS215DMCAG1AZZ02A board has one small vertically mounted auxiliary board with only a few components on its surface. This is located in the bottom left corner. Additionally, a larger auxiliary board can be mounted to the board's surface above a large empty area in the bottom left corner. When this card is installed the board has access to additional components.
For important information regarding proper installation and handling, please consult technical support publications like manuals and user guides from GE.