531X301DCCAPM1--Drive Control Card
The 531X301DCCAPM1 is a printed circuit board component manufactured by Fuji and General Electric to be a part of GE’s general purpose drive systems. These drives are typically obsolete now (AC300/DC300/AC500.) However, they were designed as dynamic drives capable of use in industrial settings for a variety of purposes.
The 531X301DCCAPM1 functions as a GE Fanuc Drive Control Board. “GE Fanuc” was a joint venture designed to manufacture CNC boards and devices between General Electric and Fujitsu Ltd. There are multiple versions of the Drive Control Card within the 531X series.
The 531X301DCCAPM1 is a component-dense board. It has over eighty integrated circuits. This includes FPGAs (field programmable gate arrays,) high-performance analog operational amplifiers, analog inverters, and analog decoder/drivers. The board uses metal film resistors as well as having over three dozen resistor network arrays. Capacitors vary in material but include ones made from polyester vinyl and ceramic materials.
Other components on the 531X301DCCAPM1 include jumper switches (fourteen) an LED light component with multiple indicators, a push button reset switch, standoffs to connect auxiliary boards, and fourteen jumper switches. The board also has seven connectors for communicating with other boards. Connectors include five cable and two header connectors.
Technical support publications were originally made available for this product by General Electric. Please refer to product manuals, series user guides, or data sheets for more information regarding the operation or installation of this product.
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