The 193X643AHG222 is what is referred to as a Statotrol PC card. This is a sort of printed circuit board or PCB. The 193X643AHG222 was created to be a part of General Electric (GE)’s 193x series.
The 193X643AHG222 is a rectangular printed circuit board. At least eighteen (18) jumper pins are featured along the top edge of the printed circuit board. Around thirteen (13) of these jumper pins which are on the top row are large in size. At least five (5) jumper pins which are small are lined up in a row below these. A jumper can be used to connect any two (2) adjacent jumper pins together. This alters the functions of the 193X643AHG222. One (1) large inductor, which may also be called a coil is featured at the top right corner of the 193X643AHG222. These components are coils of wire which are covered. A metal piece is also positioned above the inductor. One (1) large fuse has been placed near the lower left-hand corner of the 193X643AHG222. This fuse is clear in the center which is covered by a blue sticker. The fuse is bound on either end by silver metal pieces. At the bottom of the 193X643AHG222 is a circular red component which is called an MOV or metal oxide varistor. On either side of this MOV, there is a terminal block situated on the lower edge of the 193X643AHG222. Each terminal block contains a series of metal terminals. The terminal block on the left contains six (6) terminals while the terminal block on the right contains a series of seven (7) terminals.