The 531X139APMAAM6 is a circuit board created by General Electric. The 531X139APMAAM6 is a large circuit board with many components. The 531X139APMAAM6 has forty-eight Integrated Circuits. The Integrated Circuits contain all the programming data for the 531X139APMAAM6 to function. The Integrated Circuits are split into two groups called EPROM and EEPROM. Both groups hold the programming data the only difference it the EPROM can be programmed with new data when it becomes available while the EEPROM cannot. The 531X139APMAAM6 has one hundred and twenty-two capacitors. Capacitors are used to store an electric charge, consisting of one or more pairs of conductors separated by an insulator. The 531X139APMAAM6 has one hundred and twenty-five resistors. Some of the resistors have colored bands. The colored bands correspond with a color in the code that gives it a numerical value. These numerical values are then used in an equation to calculate the amount of energy the resistor can restrict. The resistor is 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. The 531X139APMAAM6 has a crystal oscillator. This device uses crystals to create an electrical signal with a highly precise frequency. The 531X139APMAAM6 has five male terminal ports, that use ribbon style wiring harnesses to connect with other circuit boards.
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