The 531X133PRUAGG1 is a PCB component manufactured by the GE company. This board, along with the rest of the 531x series, is designed to be a general purpose board able to be used within a number of drive systems manufactured by General Electric. Please refer to your drive system’s user guide for replacement ordering information.
The 531X133PRUAGG1 is a Process Interface Card. The PCB is marked with the board ID number, the manufacturer’s logo, and with markings like FR00/0, 004/0, 005/0, VA-4, and F31X133PRUAGG1. Most components located on the board surface are marked with some kind of reference designator to simplify identification.
The 531X133PRUAGG1 is a component-dense board with many capacitors, resistors, and diodes. Resistors tend to be made of metal film, while capacitors may be made from polyester vinyl, electrolytic, or ceramic material. The board also has seven potentiometer components and seven resistor network arrays. The potentiometer components are all individually labeled with the ranges they control, such as P7 that is also labeled “SFB Zero.”
The 531X133PRUAGG1 is factory drilled at each corner to allow for mounting. The board has three pin connectors that include a sixteen pin header connector and two vertical male cable connectors. The board is also home to a three-position terminal strip. Other components include nine integrated circuits, jumper switches, TP test points, and a seven position switch component. The switch is labeled “Tach Range.” Each of its individual toggles can be set to on or off individually. More information on this board or its components may be found through manufacturer user guides or manuals.