The IS200VAICH1CBA is an Analog Input VME card produced by General Electric. This card is no longer supported by GE and may be hard to find. AX Control does try to keep it in stock though.
The IS200VAICH1CBA has the ability to provide 20 analog inputs and 4 outputs that are equally divided between 2 termination boards. There are cables that typically connect the terminal boards to a VME rack that this card is located on. This card has the ability to be used with TMR (triple modular redundant) or Simplex functions. This board does require another circuit board, the TBAIHIB or earlier, to operate well.
The IS200VAICH1CBA is a slim printed circuit board (PCB) that is attached to a faceplate. This board has three status LEDs on its faceplate. These are labeled run, fail, and status. This board is meant to plug into either a TMR or Simplex system rack assembly. There are two brackets on the top and bottom of the faceplate that can be used to help hold and mount the PCB into a card slot. Then it can be secured using the captive screws on the top and bottom of the front panel. The board itself is not in an enclosure of any type.
The IS200VAICH1CBA has a lot of circuitry that makes up the board. There are four processors, 6 relays, and lots of capacitors, diodes, resistors, transistors, and integrated circuits that make up this board. There is also a metal plate that is mounted to this board using four screws and four nuts. To prevent this circuitry from receiving a static shock, be sure to wear an antistatic wristband when handling this card.