IS200SHRAH2ACC - HART Enabled Analog Input/Output Terminal Board

IS200SHRAH2ACC - HART Enabled Analog Input/Output Terminal Board IS200SHRAH2ACC - HART Enabled Analog Input/Output Terminal Board

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Part Number: IS200SHRAH2ACC
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VIe
Function: HART Enabled Analog Input/Output Terminal Board
Number of channels: 12 channels
Input span, transmitters: 1 - 5 V dc
Maximum lead resistance to transmitters: 15 Ohm max
Load on output currents: 800 Ohm
Outputs: 24 V dc
Input voltage: 230V AC
Output voltage: 2.5-7.5V, current up to 4A
Technology: Surface-mount
Output voltage noise: < 5 mV RMS
Dimension: 15.9 cm high x 17.8 cm
Temperature: -30 to 65°C
Weight: 2.95 kg
Repair: 3-5 Days
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
Manual: GEH-6721L


IS200SHRAH2ACC is a HART Enabled Analog Input/Output Terminal Board manufactured and designed by General Electric as part of the Mark VIe Series used in GE Distributed Control Systems. The Highway Addressable Remote Transducer (HART) Enabled Analog Input/Output (SHRA) terminal board is a compact analog input terminal board that accepts 10 analog inputs and two analog outputs, and connects to the PHRA or YHRA pack. It allows HART messages to pass between the PHRA and a HART-enabled field device. The 10 analog inputs accommodate two-wire, three-wire, four-wire, or externally powered transmitters. The two analog outputs are 4-20 mA. Only a simplex version of the board is available. High-density Euro-block type terminal blocks are used. An onboard ID chip identifies the board to the PHRA or YHRA for system diagnostic purposes.


The SHRA plus a plastic insulator mounts on a sheet metal carrier that then mounts on a DIN rail. Optionally, the SHRA plus insulator mounts on a sheet metal assembly and then bolts directly to a cabinet. There are two types of Euro-block terminal blocks available as follows:

  • Analog input, two-wire transmitter
  • Analog input, three-wire transmitter
  • Analog input, four-wire transmitter
  • Analog input, externally powered transmitter
  • Analog input, voltage ±5 V dc
  • Analog output, 4-20 mA current


On the terminal board, 24 V DC power is available for all the transmitters (transducers). There is a choice of current or voltage inputs using jumpers. HART communication is only possible with the inputs set as 4-20 mA inputs, it will not take place on an input set as ±5 V dc or ±1 mA. The two analog output circuits are 4-20 mA. There is only one cable connection, so the terminal board cannot be used for TMR applications.


Configuration of the terminal board is using jumpers. For the location of these jumpers refer to the installation diagram. The jumper choices are as follows:

  • Jumpers JP1A through JP8A select either current input or voltage input
  • Jumpers JP1B through JP8B select whether the return is connected to common or is left open
  • Jumpers JP9A and JP10A select either 1 mA or 20 mA input current
  • Jumpers JP9B and JP10B select whether the return is connected to common or is left open.

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What is a HART Analog Input/Output Terminal Board?

A HART Analog Input/Output Terminal Board is a device that facilitates communication between field devices and a control system using the Highway Addressable Remote Transducer (HART) protocol. It allows analog signals to be transmitted and received in a standardized way.

How does the HART protocol work in the context of Analog I/O Terminal Boards?

The HART protocol superimposes digital communication on top of the traditional 4-20mA analog signal. It enables bidirectional communication, allowing for additional information such as diagnostics and configuration to be transmitted along with the analog signal.

What are the key features of a HART-enabled Analog I/O Terminal Board?

Common features include support for analog input and output signals, compatibility with HART protocol, enhanced communication capabilities, diagnostic capabilities, and the ability to configure and monitor field devices remotely.