The 531X133PRUAJG1 is a printed circuit board manufactured by the General Electric company. The board, as well as the rest of the 531x series of boards, is designed for use within a number of general purpose drive systems made by General Electric. Your drive system’s user guide or manual may have information regarding ordering compatible drives.
The 531X133PRUAJG1 functions as a Process Interface Board. This is one of many versions of process interface boards available within the 531x series. The board is marked with the GE logo, the board’s use, and id number, as well as other codes like FR00/0, 002/0, 004/0, 005/0, 003/0, and F31X133PRUAJG1. The board is factory drilled in all four corners to allow for mounting.
The 531X133PRUAJG1 is covered in components and written designators markings to allow for easy identification of board parts. The board has several lines of metal film resistors. These are interspersed with diodes and ceramic capacitors. The 531X133PRUAJG1 also makes use of electrolytic capacitors and capacitors of other material. Other similar components on the board include seven potentiometers and six resistor network arrays.
The 531X133PRUAJG1 has two vertical pin (male) cable connectors. It has a single 16-pin header connector. The board has a 3-screw terminal strip that is located in one corner of the board; this component is marked on one side TACH (-) and on the other TACH (+). There is a single switch component that is marked “Tach range.” This switch is fitted with seven individual toggles that can be set to “on” or “off.” Other components on the board include jumper switches, TP test points, and integrated circuits.