The F31X139APMAKG2 is a PCB component fabricated by GE to fit into general purpose drive systems like the DC-300. While many of these drive systems are now considered obsolete, they were originally designed by GE to be dynamic and flexible systems capable of many industrial tasks. The F31X139APMAKG2 is part of the 531X board series and has a secondary board number of 531X139APMAKG2.
The F31X139APMAKG2 functions as an Application Module. This is a large rectangular board with multiple mounting holes drilled in each corner. The board is used to create analog interfaces between external equipment and the control card. This allows the core drive capable of functions like running material handling cranes or machine tool spindles. The board has multiple codes on its surface, including 88-45, 002/0, FR00/0 and VA-4.
The F31X139APMAKG2 has over thirty jumper switches. It has four potentiometers and over thirty resistor network arrays. Potentiometers and resistor network arrays are both typically used for voltage division. The board connects to other boards or off-board components through its two terminal strips, its four header connectors, and its two male vertical pin header connectors.
The F31X139APMAKG2 has over thirty integrated circuits. These perform various tasks. Each of the ICs is marked with their manufacturer part number for quick identification. Other components on the board surface include transistors, diodes, capacitors, and resistors. If more information is needed, like installation procedures or information regarding handling procedures, this may be found through GE publications like user guides, data sheets, or manuals.