The 531X139APMANG2 by General Electric is considered an Application Card. The 531X139APMANG2 uses multiple components to control the energy flow around the board. Such as Variable Resistors to control how much or how little energy flows. Jumper Ports to open and close certain individual circuits around the circuit board. Diodes to direct the energy to flow in a single direction, much like a one-way street. If the 531X139APMANG2 needs to store energy it is placed into condensers also called capacitors. These components use an electrical field they create to house the energy. If the 531X139APMANG2 needs to rid itself of energy it sends it to the resistors. The resistors let a certain amount of energy pass through and then turns the rest into heat to get rid of it. If the 531X139APMANG2 is hooked up to a power source that is to strong the resistors do run the risk of overheating. To communicate and draw power from its surroundings the 531X139APMANG2 has six male terminals that are used with ribbon harnesses. The 531X139APMANG2 controls all of this activity using its many microchips. Each microchip is a small circuit board of its own that is used to hold information about how the 531X139APMANG2 is to perform. The microchips are split into two groups based on programmability. In the manual you may find microchip referred to by its other names chip, IC, or Integrated Circuit. The 531X139APMANG2 is considered an out of data circuit board. However, AX Control can help you get it.
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