The IS200AEPAH1A is a PCB component manufactured by GE for the Mark VI series. This series is part of the Speedtronic line for steam/gas turbine control created by General Electric in the 1960s and released in various forms since then. Speedtronic systems are known for their reliability and adaptability. The MKVI has been designed to offer complete control, protection, and monitoring to turbine systems. It can be used in a variety of applications.
The IS200AEPAH1A is built with an optional auxiliary board. The optional board attaches to the IS200AEPAH1A by screws inserted into standoffs. It communicates with the main board via connections to two male pin connectors in the upper left corner. This board is populated with multiple integrated circuits, two female phone plugs, a three-pin female connector, and two light emitting diodes. These LEDs are located along the left edge of the board.
The IS200AEPAH1A has twelve relays. It is built with six metal oxide varistors. These are placed in a single line. Varistors are variable resistors with resistance dependant on the applied voltage. The board has seventeen female-pin vertical connectors located along the edges of the board. These connectors vary from two pins up to twenty pins. The board has several large factory-made holes in its surface. Some of these holes are plated. The board includes integrated circuits, resistors, transistors, and capacitors. A single c-shaped metal housing is placed on the board. This is marked HW1.
Refer to manuals or data sheets for installation guidelines. Our team will use antistatic material to protect the IS200AEPAH1A during shipment. We recommend the use of a grounding strap during unboxing and installation.