The 193X208AAG01 is a multipurpose module coordinator, created by General Electric. The 193X208AAG01 has eighteen small dark brown resistors with stripes and one large dark brown resistor with stripes. The strips on the resistors are various colors and are linked with a code. This code gives each color a numeric value, which can then be used in an equation to determine the amount of energy each resistor can restrict. The 193X208AAG01 has seven small black transistors. The transistors purpose is to amplify or alter any electrical signals or electronic signals. The 193X208AAG01 has four small orange and black diodes. A diode is a semi-conductive device with two terminals, typically allowing the energy current to flow in one direction. The 193X208AAG01 has four small silver power resistors. A power resistor is designed to withstand and dissipate large amounts of power. The 193X208AAG01 has a large PCB Mount Electrolytic capacitor, two large yellow capacitors, a small yellow capacitor, and six small light blue capacitors. Each capacitor creates its own electrical field that stores additional energy for the circuit board to use later. Each capacitor has the amount of energy it can hold written on the outside of it. The 193X208AAG01 has four white knobs on the front. Each knob is labeled as follows from left to right, Timing Adj IR Comp, Stability, Resp. Each knob has an arrow to direct the worker which way to turn the knobs. The front of the 193X208AAG01 also has a white handle to help place the circuit board properly.
Please call AX Control today for a quote.