F31X134EPRBAG1--Encoder Process Interface Board
The F31X134EPRBAG1 is printed circuit board fabricated by GE as a component that will fit into several general purpose drive systems. These particular drives, including the DC-300 drive, are now often considered obsolete. However, these drives were originally manufactured as flexible, powerful systems capable of completing a number of industrial tasks.
The F31X134EPRBAG1 is an Encoder Process Interface board. It has a secondary number of 531X134EPRBBG01 and is etched with the codes like 002/0, VA-4, and FR00/0. The board is drilled in each corner to allow the board to be screw mounted to another board.
The F31X134EPRBAG1 has seven potentiometers and six resistor network arrays. Network arrays are typically used as voltage dividers, while potentiometers allow for voltage division to be changed (varied) by turning the rheostat element on the component. The board also has over one hundred capacitors and resistors. Capacitors may be made from ceramic material, polyester vinyl, or electrolytic material. Metal film is typically used for resistors.
The F31X134EPRBAG1 has a switch component (Tach Range) that is divided by seven toggles. It has three male vertical pin cable connectors and one vertical pin header connector. The board also has a three-screw terminal strip. This can be used to monitor the motor speed of the drive, using an attached voltmeter.
The F31X134EPRBAG1 includes multiple jumper switches and thirteen integrated circuits. Circuits include line driver/receivers and D flip-flops. Please use publications from the manufacturer such as manuals or user guides that reference this board number for more information. These publications should have information regarding installation procedures.