The 531X170TBSAGG1 is a TB Option Card manufactured by GE for use within several general purpose drive systems. This includes the DC-300 drive. Your system’s manual or user guide will help you determine compatibility with the 531x series of boards.
The 531X170TBSAGG1 have two terminal strips populating the center of the board. These are built with 21 screw connections on one terminal strip and with 54 screw connections on the other terminal strip. Each connection is individually numbered and labeled. This includes labels such as Xstp, Pcom, Ctln1, Ctln2, Imet, Ref24, Sld5, Vmet, Fcmet, Pcn, Pcp, Mri, Pfrf, and Dtb on the larger terminal strip and Ref24, Jog, Run, Mup3, Mup2, Mup1, CLA, and Jogr on the second terminal strip.
Other components on the 531X170TBSAGG1 include a silicon bridge rectifier diode, a jumper switch, a relay, an inductor coil, and two switch components. There are four toggles located on the top plane of each of these switch components. These toggles can be set to DTE or to DCE. The board has a single capacitor made of polyester vinyl material.
Connectors located on the 531X170TBSAGG1 are several. This includes a stab-on connector, a DC-37 female connector, a vertical pin male cable connector, and three header connectors that include a 24-pin, a 16-pin, and a 9-pin connector.
The 531X170TBSAGG1 is drilled in several locations, including in each corner and within the body of the board. It is marked with the board ID number, the manufacturer logo, and with codes like F31X170TBSADG1, FR00/0, 003/0, and 004/0. User guides and manuals from the manufacturer will provide more information regarding function, installation, and components.