The 193X529BB-G01 is what is called a main control board. This is a type of PCB or printed circuit board created by General Electric. The 193X529BB-G01 was developed to be a part of the 193x series by GE.
The 193X529BB-G01 features a long line of small metal components aligned on the bottom edge of the PCB. There are forty-two (42) of these components in total. Situated above these components and also arranged in a line are ten blue components which are shaped like squares. These blue parts feature labels such as COMP, CEMF LIMIT, MAX SPEED, GAIN, RESPONSE, MIN SPEED, REF SCALE, and LIN TIME. One (1) more of these components can be found closer to the center of the 193X529BB-G01. This component is labeled as ZERO ADJ. One (1) green light-emitting diode or LED is featured on the 193X529BB-G01 next to these blue square components. Situated at the top border of the 193X529BB-G01 is a line of six (6) small inductors or coils. These parts are made up of coils of wire with yellow plastic surrounding the outside. Many capacitors which are solid yellow are positioned on the 193X529BB-G01. These capacitors range in size from large to very small. Occupying much of the space on this 193x board are numerous small resistors which contain bands of different colors. These bands may be red, brown, black, white, green, or a variety of other colors. Three (3) large brown resistors are situated on the top edge of the 193X529BB-G01. This printed circuit board also features several small wires which may be red, orange, or yellow.