A printed wiring board is identified by an alphanumeric part number imprinted on it. For eg. the DS200PCCAG7A marked with part number:
The DS200PCCA portion is the base number that identifies the printed wiring board. In this case, the Power Supply Board. The r and u digits are alphabetic characters that indicate the board revision level. The r digit reflects a functional change that is not downward compatible. It is essentially a new catalog number. The u digits represent revision levels that are downward compatible.
The G# identifies a group, which is a variation of a particular board.
The PCCA board has only one group, G1. Board ID Fig:
Repair Your DS200PCCAG7A
Our NJ in-house lab is equipped to conduct a full FVT (Functional Verification Test) on PCCA. The standard lead time for repair /refurbishing of this board is 4 to 6 days. Expedite repair is available. We use only OEM-recommended/industrial/military-grade components for any upgrade or repair to ensure reliability.