The IS200TBAIH1A is a device which is known as an analog input card. This is a type of PCB (printed circuit board). The IS200TBAIH1A was developed by General Electric as a component device of the Mark VI series. The Mark VI is one version of the Speedtronic Mark lineup. These systems are used to manage and automate the operations of industrial gas and steam turbines. The Mark VI and the other series in the Mark line are used in a variety of industries across the globe.
The IS200TBAIH1A is a long printed circuit board with a wide variety of electronic components. The largest components on the IS200TBAIH1A are two long black terminal blocks which are fixed to the left edge. These terminal blocks are identified as TB1 and TB2. Both of the terminal blocks can contain up to twelve (12) silver metal terminals which look like cubes. Sitting along the opposite side of the IS200TBAIH1A are three (3) long jack connector ports. The connector ports each have thirty-seven (37) small female connectors which may be used to attach extra components or boards to the IS200TBAIH1A. The connectors are labeled as JT1, JS1, and JR1. The center of the IS200TBAIH1A is occupied by a variety of different components. At least ten (10) transistors are featured on the IS200TBAIH1A, mostly lined up in the center. Ten (10) variable resistors or potentiometers are also aligned down the center of the IS200TBAIH1A. Twenty (20) jumper pins arranged into pairs may be seen on the IS200TBAIH1A. Every pair of jumper pins is connected by a red jumper. Connecting the pairs of pins together can adjust the functions of the IS200TBAIH1A.