The IS200CABPG1B is a device called a control assembly backplane board. This device is a PCB or printed circuit board that was made to be part of the Speedtronic Mark VI series which was made by GE or General Electric. The Mark VI is just one of many different series in General Electric’s Mark line.
The IS200CABPG1B is a multi-layer printed wiring board. When printed wiring boards are inserted into the IS200CABPG1B, this device enables their connections. The IS200CABPG1B is an interface between external signals. Wiring boards such as the IS200RAPA, IS200DSPX, IS215GBIA, and IS200BAIA or others can be connected into the CABP board. The IS200CABPG1B gives connectors to different external interfaces such as user control I/O (input and output), meters for front panels, configuration and diagnostic tools, keypads for front panels, ports, inputs for power supply, and ports. The IS200CABPG1B features a range of connectors in varying sizes. Nine (9) long connector ports which are white are positioned on the IS200CABPG1B. Five (5) of these connector ports have been placed on the left while and the last four (4) are located on the right end. Four (4) connector ports are near the top border of the IS200CABPG1B. Two of these ports which are green are positioned at the upper left and the remaining two which are reddish-brown are at the upper right. On the right end of the IS200CABPG1B, one small part is connected to the PCB which has two (2) extra connector ports. One (1) of the ports is silver and metal and the other one is green.