The 193X529BB is a type of printed circuit board or PCB. This product is known as a main control card. General Electric or GE created the 193X529BB for the 193x series.
The 193X529BB is a large circuit board with many various electronic components. Forty-two (42) small metal pieces are lined up along the bottom edge of the 193X529BB. Directly above these metal parts on the left side of the 193X529BB, there is one (1) green light-emitting diode or LED. Situated next to this LED is a series of ten (10) blue components which are square-shaped. The square components are identified with names like LIN TIME, REF SCALE, MIN SPEED, RESPONSE, GAIN, MAX SPEED, CEMF LIMIT, COMP, and CURR LIMIT. Three (3) brown capacitors are spread out along the top edge of the 193X529BB. Six (6) inductors or coils are featured in a line along the top edge of the 193X529BB. These inductors consist of coils of wire. Many resistors are featured on the 193X529BB. Many of the resistors are medium in size. These medium-sized resistors are mostly situated at the top of the PCB. Numerous other brown resistors can be found all over the 193X529BB. All of the resistors are covered in bands that are silver, brown, red, and purple. The colors of the bands on each resistor signify the device’s resistance. Many transistors are placed all over the 193X529BB. Twelve (12) of these transistors are round and silver colored. The other transistors on the 193X529BB are smaller and black in color.