F31X305NTBAPG1-- Three Terminal Drive Board
The F31X305NTBAPG1 is a board made by General Electric to fit into several of their different drive systems. This includes general purpose drives like the AC-300 and the DC-300. Typically considered obsolete now, these drives were originally designed as dynamic, flexible systems capable of use for a variety of tasks in industrial settings. The F31X305NTBAPG1 board is part of the 531x series and is marked with a secondary number of 531x305NTBAPG1.
The F31X305NTBAPG1 functions as a Three TB Card. The board has two lines of three terminal strips aligned with the bottom board edge. Each screw mount in these terminal strips is individually numbered and labeled along the bottom edge. Numbers alternate between the front and rear terminal strips, putting all even mounts on the front strip and all odd mounts on the rear. There are four 24-position terminal strips and two three-position terminal strips located on the board.
The F31X305NTBAPG1 communicates with off-board components and other boards through its two male vertical pin cable connectors and its one female 37-pin cable connector. It also uses its two-pin, five-pin, and nine-pin header connectors. The board also has four single terminal pin components; these are located between the terminal strips.
Other components on the F31X305NTBAPG1 include seven relays, six resistor network arrays, and two inductor coils. The board also has five potentiometers, sixteen jumper switches, and transistors. There is a switch component with seven toggles. There is also a rectifier diode, metal film resistors, and polyester vinyl capacitors. Publications from the original equipment manufacturer, like data sheets, user guides, or manuals, will help provide information about the installation and the operation of the board.