The picture above shows an example of what a part number may look like. replace the x with the amperage of the relays that are installed on your board when you search
for the part number.
The circuit boards themselves have a certification number printed on them: E194565 which covers the circuit board manufacturing process, but not the actual design.
This is not the part number of the board.
Looking for a Part Number?
If you have a board in hand and are looking for the part number it is located in a square box with a revision version under it. Simply replace the x with the
amperage of the relays that are installed on your board when you search for the part number. In the example below it will be a 5 or 10, it you have a part number
with Rx0 replace the x with a 2 or 3. Search results will give you all the interfaces for this particular board.
Please note that very old NCD devices may not use this standard.
We do not maintain any EMC/FCC data on file for power supplies or any other devices. Power supplies with certifications are always marked with their
FCC ID number and UL Certification number.
All boards and components are RoHS compliant. The boards are manufactured with separate solder equipment in a seperate area to process all boards. The solder
is the difference between the RoHS version and a Non-RoHS version.
Quick Start Guide
Quick Start Guides include all the information to help you get the board running. To find the Quick Start Guide you need look in the Data Sheets tab at the top
Data Sheets & Quick Start Guides
Below are the Data Sheets Quick Start Guides for this board. These are the guides that will help you communicate and
configure this board.