531X210DMCACM1--Drop In Main Control Card
The 531X210DMCACM1 is a PCB board component from General Electric for use within several systems, including the AC or DC 300 drives. While these drives are now typically considered obsolete, they were originally considered flexible and dynamic systems for use in industrial settings. The board is marked on two edges to allow for alignment and is drilled in each corner.
The 531X210DMCACM1 is a Drop-In Main Control Card. This board has a single push button switch component. It has two LED indicators. Both indicators are red. It also has four cable connectors. This includes three vertical pin male cable connectors and one female thirty-seven pin cable connector, all located along one line close to the bottom edge of the board. The board also has several vertical pin connectors marked LANPL and stab-on connectors.
The 531X210DMCACM1 has a single heat sink component. It has over sixteen resistor network arrays, over forty-five integrated circuits, and two fuses. Integrated circuits include oscillating chips and eeproms. Resistor network arrays primarily act as a voltage divider.
The 531X210DMCACM1 is populated with diodes, capacitors, and resistors. Capacitors are made from various materials, including ceramic, polyester vinyl, and other materials. The board has six large aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Resistors on the board are both metal film and carbon composite.
More information on the 531X210DMCACM1 may be found through GE publications like series user guides, datasheets, or manuals. All technical support for the 531x board series was originally provided by General Electric.