The 531X300CCHALM3 is a board component manufactured by General Electric primarily used within the DC-300 drive. This PCB board can also be used as part of other GE general purpose drive systems. The DC-300 and other similar drives are typically used for industrial applications. Your manual can help establish compatibility.
The 531X300CCHALM3 is imprinted with several codes, including an alternate board number F31x300CCHAFG1. Other imprints include FR00/0, 002/0, VA-4, and CT88-42. The board is a Control Board.
The 531X300CCHALM3 has two header connectors and six male vertical pin cable connectors. The board has multiple terminal pin connectors. Some of these are labeled “Sy,” “CFB,” and “FC.” Others have voltages listed. The board has a push-button switch component. It uses several instances of surface wiring.
The 531X300CCHALM3 uses metal film resistors, ceramic capacitors, and polyester vinyl capacitors. The board also has a few electrolytic capacitors. There are eight potentiometers and dozens of resistor network arrays on the board surface. There are over thirty jumper switches, several transistors, an inductor, and six light emitting diodes (LEDs.) The LEDs are numbered. The first of these components are numbered as 1, and each one doubles from there (1, 2, 4, etc.) The board has multiple integrated circuits. These are marked with their individual manufacturer’s part numbers. These part numbers will give insight through data sheets as to the use and function of these ICs. More information on the board and safety or handling procedures, as well as installation instructions, may be found through publications like user guides and manuals from the manufacturer.