Good information. Thank you very much.The 94V0 is the fire rating of the PCB. The 1517 is likely a date code, meaning it was built the 15th week of 2017, or could be the 17th week of 2015. Not all board manufacturers follow the same codes, but I'd opt for the first date code of being built in 2017.
There's a USB port used for some purpose. I'm guessing that the small red and black twisted wires are some sort of connection to a sensor. The heavier red and black wires appear to control a motor - but keep in mind this is all guesswork. The dip switch - can be for any number of purposes. Most common place I've seen them (ME, MYSELF) is in garage door openers where you set the code on the transmitter and match the code on the receiver. But again, this is all guesswork. The very heavy sheathed black wire in the corner appears either to be a power plug OR an output intended for home use of some kind. Something that is expected to see some flexing, so I'd doubt it's for a garage door opener or any other type of fixed circuit board.
If you can take a picture with the wires sequestered out of the way we might be able to tell a bit more, but without knowing a manufacturer, any model number you might find on the board is virtually useless.
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