The 531X186CPSAFG1 is a VA-4 Communication Power Supply Card, produced by General Electric. The 531X186CPSAFG1 has six large silver capacitors, a blue tower capacitor, a small red circular capacitor and a variety of smaller capacitors. The 531X186CPSAFG1 has six large matte black resistors, three medium-sized matte black resistors, six medium-sized axial-lead resistors and a variety of smaller axial-lead resistors. The 531X186CPSAFG1 has six transformers. In the front of each transformer is a small two-pronged male clip. There are five other two-pronged male clips around the circuit board. The 531X186CPSAFG1 has four open spaces labeled R22, R23, R24, and R25, to add additional large resistors. The 531X186CPSAFG1 has five Jumper Ports. Each Jumper port has two different positions. These positions can be changed independently of each other. There is one Integrated Circuit to store information for the 531X186CPSAFG1. Depending on your manual it may also be called a chip, a microchip, or IC (shorthand for Integrated Circuit). The 531X186CPSAFG1 has three black male connectors. The 531X186CPSAFG1 features thirteen metal tabs around two edges of the circuit board. These are used to crimp wiring connectors too. In the center of the circuit board underneath the empty spaces for additional resistors is a small chart that says the following. AC Volt 230, 460, 575. Voltage FD8K Jumpers JP 1-4, 2-3, 1-2, 3-4.
The 531X186CPSAFG1 can be secured using the many pre-drilled holes. The 531X186CPSAFG1 is now considered an obsolete circuit board and is no longer in production.
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