The 531X139APMAFM1 is a PCB Micro Application Board. The 531X139APMAFM1 is manufactured by General Electric. The 531X139APMAFM1 has five male terminal ports used in conjunction with wiring harnesses to connect and communicate with surrounding circuit boards. The 531X139APMAFM1 has one hundred condensers. Condensers can also be referred to as capacitors in certain manuals. The 531X139APMAFM1 has two green towers, one with six screws and the other has four screws. These towers are used to attach wires to the circuit board and the screws in the top of the towers secure the wires into place. The 531X139APMAFM1 has twenty-one sets of Jumper Ports. Jumper Ports allow different circuits (energy paths) to be open and closed around the entire circuit board using small slip-on covers. The 531X139APMAFM1 has one hundred and nineteen resistors with strip marks. Consult your companies lead engineer to assess the resistors energy dispersing capability and to ensure the circuit board is installed properly to prevent overheating issues. The 531X139APMAFM1 has twenty-eight microchips. The microchips contain all the programming data for the 531X139APMAFM1 to function. The microchips may also be called by various names depending on the who wrote the manuals or who is selling the products. They are also referred to as chips, Integrated Circuits, or abbreviated to IC. There are also subgroups of microchips based on the programmability of the chip.
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*General Electric has provided the initial technical support. The staff at AX Control recommends referring to the original manufacturer's manual for safety procedures and instruction on how to install the part.