The IS200TBCIH1BCD is a type of printed circuit board or PCB. This board is what is known as a terminal contact board. The IS200TBCIH1BCD and the other printed circuit boards in the Mark VI series were developed by General Electric or GE. Mark VI is one of the series in the Mark family of controls which are used to manage and automate industrial steam and gas turbines.
The IS200TBCIH1BCD is a long rectangular printed circuit board. Most of the left half of the IS200TBCIH1BCD is taken up by two (2) black terminal blocks. Both terminal blocks contain a series of silver metal terminals which are in the shape of small cubes. There are forty-eight (48) of these terminals on the IS200TBCIH1BCD in total which have been identified from one to forty-eight. Directly to the right of these terminal blocks is a long line of solid red MOVs or metal oxide varistors which are circular. The opposite side of the IS200TBCIH1BCD features three (3) connector ports in a vertical line. Two (2) white connector have been paired together placed at the top of the IS200TBCIH1BCD. Each of these connectors contain three (3) ports. The IS200TBCIH1BCD features a large group of diodes in the center of the board. These diodes are very small and shaped like silver rectangles. These diodes have been arranged into multiple rows of four (4) diodes each. Lined up along the left of each connector port on the IS200TBCIH1BCD is a long series of very small resistors with bands that are blue and black.