The F31X307LTBAAG1 is a GE board component manufactured for the DC-300 drive or for comparable General Electric general purpose drive systems. These drives, typically used in industrial settings, are powerful and flexible systems used for a number of different applications. The F31X307LTBAAG1 is part of the 531X series and has an alternate number of 531X307LTBACG1.
The F31X307LTBAAG1 is a LAN Input/Output Terminal Board. This is a long, rectangular board that is factory-drilled in all corners. The board has two header connectors. This includes a two-pin header and a sixteen-pin header. The board has one 26-pin vertical (male) cable connector. It has two standoffs inserted into the board surface; these are designed to allow for the addition of auxiliary boards. The F31X307LTBAAG1 also has a line of terminal strips. Each of these inputs has three screw connections. Eight of these are labeled In1 through In8 and are also labeled with a “+” and a “-.” Seven of these are labeled OT1 through OT7. These are also labeled “CM,” “NC,” and “NO.”
The F31X307LTBAAG1 has seven relay components. The board has eight MOVs (metal oxide varistors.) Varistors are typically used for DC voltage stabilization and for circuit protection against over-voltage. Other components on the F31X307LTBAAG1 include eight voltage regulators, eight electrolytic capacitors, as well as diodes, and metal film resistors. The board also has fifteen red LED indicators, eight integrated circuits, and eight resistors marked 33k Ω J. More information on the board and its function may be found through GE publications like data sheets, user guides, and manuals.