The F31X134EPRBNG1 is a PCB fabricated by General Electric to fit into one of several of the company’s general purpose drive systems. This PCB is compatible with the DC-300 drive and other similar drives instead of being made for one particular drive. While many of these systems are now considered obsolete, they were designed by GE to be powerful and flexible systems and were typically used in industrial settings for a number of tasks.
The F31X134EPRBNG1 functions as an Encoder Process Interface card. It is marked with a secondary board number of 531X134EPRBNG1. It is etched with the code 006/04. The board is built with seven potentiometers, four resistor network arrays, a hundred resistors (typically made from metal film,) and capacitors made from materials that include ceramic, polyester vinyl, and electrolytic material.
The F31X134EPRBNG1 has a single three-screw terminal strip. It has three vertical pin male cable connectors of various size, as well as a vertical pin header connector. The board has twenty jumper switches and a switch component with seven toggles. The toggles can be set to “Open” or a default “closed” setting. Each of these toggles is individually numbered. The switch component itself is labeled “tach sel.” The board also utilizes over fifteen integrated circuits. Each of these ICs has a manufacturer number printed on its top surface to allow for identification.
If more information regarding the F31X134EPRBNG1 board is needed, please refer to publications from GE that reference this board number. This would include data sheets, series user guides, and manuals. All technical support for this series was originally the responsibility of General Electric.