The 193X260BAG01 is what is called a driver coordination board. This is a type of printed circuit board or PCB. The 193X260BAG01 was developed as a part of the 193x series by General Electric or GE.
A long rectangular resistor is prominently featured on the 193X260BAG01. This large resistor is light grey in color. This component is featured on the upper half of the left side of the printed circuit board. In the center of the right half of the 193X260BAG01, there is another large rectangular resistor. This large resistor is black in color. Ten (10) yellow capacitors are featured on the 193X260BAG01. These capacitors range in size from small to medium. Many resistors which feature a pattern of multicolored bands are positioned all over the 193X260BAG01. These resistors have bands which are white, red, black, yellow, brown, and orange. The colors of the bands represent the resistance of each device. These banded resistors come in various sizes, from very small to large. Many transistors are situated all throughout the 193X260BAG01. Many of these transistors are small and solid black in color. These transistors are shaped like half-circles. Several of the transistors are silver and circular. Many small diodes are featured all over the 193X260BAG01. These diodes are white in color and round. Positioned on the 193X260BAG01 are a few circular MOVs or metal oxide varistors. The full part number of the device, which is 193X260BAG01, is printed on the printed circuit board along with the numbers and designators of the various components.