F31X139APMABG2--Micro Application Board
The F31X139APMABG2 is a circuit board component designed and made by GE. This PCB is made to fit GE general purpose drive systems like the DC-300 drive. These powerful, flexible drives are most often used in industrial settings and can be used for a variety of applications. The F31X139APMABG2 has a secondary or alternate board number of 531X139APMACG2.
The F31X139APMABG2 has multiple PTH (plated through holes) located on the board in lines varying from two up to a few dozen. The board is etched with codes like VA-4, 3986, FR00/1, 002/0, 005/0, and 004/0. It has been drilled in multiple locations, including each corner. Surface wiring has been used in at least one location.
The F31X139APMABG2 functions as a Micro-Application Card. The board is built with two terminal strips facing each other. These terminal strips have six screw connections on their surface. The board has two vertical (male) pin cable connectors and four header connectors that vary from two pins to 24 pins. It also uses individual terminal pin connectors.
The F31X139APMABG2 is populated by five relays, four potentiometers, over twenty jumper switches and resistor network arrays, as well as diodes, resistors, and capacitors. Resistors on this board tend to be made of metal film material. Capacitors are often made from ceramic material, but also may be polyester vinyl. The board has over two dozen integrated circuits. GE provided the original technical support for this product. More information on this board may be found through GE publications such as data sheets and manuals.