The 193X226BAG01 is a diver communications circuit board created by General Electric. The 193X226BAG01 has fourteen small black transistors. The 193X226BAG01 has fifty light brown resistors with small colored strips. The 193X226BAG01 has fourteen tiny black and orange diodes. The 193X226BAG01 has two small red circular polyester capacitors, two large orange circular capacitors, four large yellow polypropylene capacitors, and two light blue wired ended electrolytic capacitors. The 193X226BAG01 also has two lengths of black wire attached to the circuit board at both ends. Transistors are used to amplify and change electrical power and electric signals. The transistors can be identified by the three contact points they make with the circuit board. Striped resistors are used to restrict energy. The stripes on the resistors are part of a code. Each color corresponds with a numerical value that is used to calculate the amount of energy each resistor can restrict. Diodes are used to control the flow of energy. Diodes are a two-terminal electronic component that conducts current primarily in one direction. The part number (193X226BAG01) is printed on the edges of the circuit board. Each component is numbered and has a small black outline surrounding each part.
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