The 531X112PSAARG1 is a Power Supply circuit board by General Electric.
The 531X112PSAARG1 has three glass fuses and two large glass fuses with a white weaved fabric around the glass. The 531X112PSAARG1 has one transformer. The transformer is a static electrical device that transfers electrical energy between two or more circuits using electromagnetic induction.
The 531X112PSAARG1 has one small black square transistor and thirteen small black half-circle transistors. Transistors are a semi-conductive device that is used to amplify or switch electronic signals and electrical power. The transistors have at least three connection points to the circuit board, making them a little easier to spot.
The 531X112PSAARG1 has fifty various types of capacitors. The various capacitors consist of one or more pairs of conductors separated by an insulator. These capacitors are used to store an electrical charge.
The 531X112PSAARG1 has thirty diodes. The diodes control the flow of energy by having low resistance in one direction and high resistance in the opposite direction. The 531X112PSAARG1 has two inductors. The inductors can be identified by the wire coiled around the outside of the device (usually circular). The inductors store energy in a magnetic field as an energy current flows through them.
The 531X112PSAARG1 has ten sets of metal prongs around with a white plastic base and backing scattered around the circuit board.
The 531X112PSAARG1 has ninety-four various resistors. Resistors are a passive two-terminal electrical component that implements electrical resistance as a circuit element. In electronic circuits, resistors are used in a multitude of ways such as reducing current flow, adjusting signal levels, dividing voltages, bias active elements, and terminating transmission lines, among other uses.
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