The F31X189LTBAFG1 is a PCB made and released by GE as part of the DC-300 drive and other similar general purpose drives also manufactured by GE. These drives are most typically used in industrial settings.
The F31X189LTBAFG1 is a LAN TB Option Card. This is a very long and narrow board. The board is built with three terminal strips of different size. The first of these terminal strips has fifty-two screw positions numbered one to fifty-two, the second has three screw positions that are numbered fifty-three to fifty-five, and the last has eleven screw positions that are numbered fifty-six to sixty-six. The largest of these terminal strips are placed parallel to one board edge, while the other two are located closer to the center of the board. Terminals relate to other components to the board including relays and inductors.
The F31X189LTBAFG1 is marked by codes and information in several locations. The name of the card is etched close to the center of the board. Under this is the alternate board number (531X189LTBAJG1.) The board is etched with codes like GE-Fanuc, the manufacturer logo, and codes like 002/1, 005/0, 004/0, 2690, VA-5, and FR01/0.
The F31X189LTBAFG1 has eight relays. Each relay is marked DS2E-M-DC24V-H300. The board has five header connectors that range from nine pins to twenty-four pins. The board also has a twenty-six male pin (vertical) cable connector. The board has three inductor coils located on the right side of the board. It has a single polyester vinyl capacitor and seven jumper switches. There is one stab-on connector located at the very end of the board. Please refer to manuals or series user guides for more information.