The F31X100CCHBCG1 is a board component made by General Electric. This component is made to fit into the DC-300 drive or other similar general purpose drive systems developed by GE. These industrial drives are most often used in industrial settings and used for a wide variety of applications. The F31X100CCHBCG1 board is a component within the 531x series of boards and is secondarily marked with the board number 531x100CCHAPM1. Your manual or user guide can help determine if your system will be compatible with the 531x series of boards.
The F31X100CCHBCG1 is a GE Control Board. It is marked with codes 002/0, FR00/0, 4285, 004/0, and 005/0. A factory-made drill hole is placed in each corner to allow for mounting. There are four additional drill holes at other locations in the body of the board. Eight stand-offs are placed on the board to support optional auxiliary boards if they are installed. The F31X100CCHBCG1 has vertical pin cable connectors to allow those auxiliary boards to communicate with the motherboard. The board has a total of five vertical pin cable connectors and two vertical header connectors.
The F31X100CCHBCG1 has over twenty jumper switches. It is populated with five potentiometers, one push-button switch component, and five transistors. The board uses surface wiring in several locations. It has a single green LED (light emitting diode) that is labeled “ready.” The board has multiple single-pin connectors that are all individually labeled. The board has resistors, diodes, and capacitors. More information on the board and its components can be found through publications from the manufacturer like user guides and manuals.