The GE RST Analog I/O Board DS200TCQAG1 contains six 34-pin connectors, two 40-pin connectors, and six jumpers. The board also has 6 LEDs. The LEDs are arranged in two rows with three LEDs in each row. When the board is installed in the drive, it is installed between other boards and the side of the GE RST Analog I/O Board DS200TCQAG1 is visible from the glass front of the board cabinet.
The LEDs are arranged so the operator can see them while the drive is in operation. The LEDs indicate the health of 6 functions of the board and they flash when activity takes place. To understand the purpose of each LED, you can read the information about the LEDs provided in the installation instructions that are supplied with the original board from the factory. The drive operator can at a glance ascertain the health of the board and the processing taking place.
JA, JB, JD, JE, JG, and 3PL are the IDs assigned the 34-pin connectors. The IDs are printed on the surface of the board next to each connector. When you plan to replace the board, inspect the defective board while it remains in the drive and mark on the ribbon cables what the ID is of the connector it is attached to. It will speed up the installation of the new board because you’ll know immediately where to connect the 34-pin ribbon cables. Hold the ribbon cable by the connector where it attaches to the board to detach it.