The F31X300CCHAKG2 is a PCB board component manufactured by GE for use within its general purpose drive systems. The DC-300 drive and other drives like it are part of these drive systems. Although many of these systems are presently considered obsolete, initially they were designed by GE to be dynamic and flexible systems capable of a wide variety of industrial tasks. This board is part of the 531x series of boards and has the secondary board number of 531X300CCHAEM5. It is also marked with codes like cci-3-0, 002/2, 91/35, and 006/2.
The F31X300CCHAKG2 is a Control Card. This is a large, rectangular card with drill holes in each corner. The board is built with eight standoffs mounted to its surface. The standoffs are used to connect auxiliary boards as they are needed. Auxiliaries screw mount into the standoffs and keep them locked securely in place. The boards communicate with each other through cables plugged into vertical pin connectors on the board surface.
Other parts on the F31X300CCHAKG2 include over a dozen jumper switches, eleven transistors, and six LED indicators. Each of the LEDs is red. These are placed in a single line in the upper left corner of the board. The board has over thirty integrated circuits. The ICs are typically marked with the manufacturer number. The board has surface wiring in more than one location. There are eight potentiometers, over twenty resistor network arrays, an inductor, and various diodes, resistors, and capacitors. There is also a single push-button reset switch. The board has six vertical pin (male) cable connectors, two header connectors (male,) and several individual terminal pins. More information concerning installation or operation of the board may be found through GE publications like user guides, manuals, or data sheets.