The IS200TRPLH1AEC is what is known as a primary trip terminal board which was manufactured by General Electric or GE. This device is a printed circuit board or PCB component in the Mark VI series.
The IS200TRPLH1AEC is a relatively small printed circuit board (PCB) shaped like a rectangle. Three (3) connector ports are featured at the top of the IS200TRPLH1AEC. All of these connector ports contain many very small connectors. These ports are used to connect additional parts to the IS200TRPLH1AEC. The largest components on the IS200TRPLH1AEC are nine (9) large relays or contactors. These devices are black and white with transparent plastic covers. These relays have been arranged in two (2) horizontal rows of five (5) and four (4) each on the top and bottom respectively. The IS200TRPLH1AEC contains at least six (6) red MOVs or metal oxide varistors. Three (3) of these are lined up along the lower edge of the IS200TRPLH1AEC. The remaining three (3) metal oxide varistors have been positioned near the top right corner of the IS200TRPLH1AEC. Three (3) variable resistors, also known as potentiometers, may be found on the left end of the IS200TRPLH1AEC. These potentiometers are lined up horizontally and are solid white. The IS200TRPLH1AEC features two (2) solid yellow capacitors. One (1) of these capacitors is located in the top right corner while the second is sitting on the left. A collection of seven (7) integrated circuits have been attached to the left half of the IS200TRPLH1AEC in a horizontal line.