The 531X133PROAG1 is a Process Interface Card. The 531X133PROAG1 is manufactured by General Electric. General Electric has been in business since 1892 and is considered a leader in industrial manufacturing. The 531X133PROAG1 has three male terminal ports that connect the 531X133PROAG1 to surrounding the circuit boards and allow energy flow and communication between them. The 531X133PROAG1 has seven small blue Variable Resistors also called Potentiometers. The Variable Resistors have a small white circle in the middle that turns to change the amount of energy that flows through them. The 531X133PROAG1 has around one-hundred resistors. The resistors get rid of excess energy by turning it into heat. The markings indicate the amount of energy each resistor can convert. Consult with an experienced engineer and the General Electric manuals for further information. The 531X133PROAG1 has around forty capacitors. Unlike resistors capacitors or sometimes referred to as condensers store electrical energy in an electrical field they create. The 531X133PROAG1 has eleven Integrated Circuits. The Integrated Circuits hold all the programming for the circuit board. The Integrated Circuits (IC) are split into groups based on if they can be re-programmed or not. The 531X133PROAG1 has fifteen Jumper ports. The Jumper ports have orange covers. The Jumper Ports control the flow of energy by the moving the orange covers. Doing this allows control of the smaller individual circuits around the circuit board. The covers act similar to a switch to open or close the circuits.
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