The 531X135PRGALM2 is a circuit board produced by General Electric. The 531X135PRGALM2 is known as a Programmer Board and is used in various industrial applications. The 531X135PRGALM2 is available through AX Control but is widely considered an obsolete circuit board. The 531X135PRGALM2 has a crystal oscillator that uses crystals to make a highly precise frequency. The 531X135PRGALM2 has four sets of Jumper Ports. These Jumper Ports come with plastic covers that are used to close or open individual circuits around the board. The 531X135PRGALM2 has a single small black transistor. Easily picked out by its three attachment points a transistor amplifies signals or power. The 531X135PRGALM2 has six Integrated Circuits that hold all the programs for the circuit board to function. The Integrated Circuits are referred to by many names such as a microchip, a chip, or IC for short. They hold data for the 531X135PRGALM2 and only ones referred to as EPROMs can be altered. The 531X135PRGALM2 has eighteen various colored resistors with banding marks. These markings are used by the engineer to calculate the energy levels each resistor is used for, in order to decide the best use and placement of the circuit board. The 531X135PRGALM2 has thirteen capacitors. The Capacitors are used to store an electric charge, consisting of one or more pairs of conductors separated by an insulator. The 531X135PRGALM2 has a large LED panel that will illuminate with numbers.
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