GE DS200PTBAG1AEC Termination Board
|Catalog||Speedtronic Mark V|
|Description||GE DS200PTBAG1AEC Termination Board|
|Origin||United States (US)|
The GE Termination Board DS200PTBAG1A features 2 terminal blocks with terminals for 72 signal wires in each. It also contains 3 10-pin connectors.
The IDs for the 10-pin connectors are JJR, JJT, and JJS. It also contains terminal posts for 6 signal wires. The GE Termination Board DS200PTBAG1A is 3 inches in height and 11.5 inches wide and it features 1 hole in each corner for attaching the board to the board rack inside the drive.
Because of the numerous signal wires and ribbon cables that attach to the board, it is best practice to map out where the signal wires attach on the board and have a plan to attach the wires to the same connectors on the replacement board. If you fail to attach the signal wires to the same terminals, the drive downtime will increase while the signal wires are attached to the correct terminals. This will inconvenience operations at the site and reduce productivity.
To prevent that from happening, examine the old board on the drive while all the signal and ribbon cables are still attached. Mark on the signal wires where they are attached using the terminal ID. The ID of 1 terminal block is TB1 and the other is TB2.
To ID a specific terminal, use the numerical ID of the terminal. For example, TB1 27 is the terminal 27 on the TB1 terminal block. TB2 70 is the terminal 70 on the TB2 terminal block. You might find it helpful to create tags on which to mark the ID.