The 531X139APMAPG2 was manufactured by General Electric. The 531X139APMAPG2 is referred to as an Application PCB Card. The 531X139APMAPG2 easily connects to your current system using two green female terminals with screw points along the top. These terminals are used connect wires to the circuit board and the screws secure them into place. The 531X139APMAPG2 also uses ribbon style wiring harnesses to connect to the six male style terminals (named so for the metal prongs). The 531X139APMAPG2 uses Variable Resistor to control the input of energy into the circuit board. Along with the traces around the circuit board that carries the energy the 531X139APMAPG2 uses diodes to direct the flow of energy one-way. Resistors are used to reduce energy flow, by turning a certain amount of energy into heat as the electrical current passes through them. Consult an experienced engineer to determine how much energy the restores convert. The 531X139APMAPG2 also has a need to store energy as well. The 531X139APMAPG2 uses a module that creates an electrical field called a condenser to store the energy. The condenser also doesn’t allow any energy to escape during this process. The 531X139APMAPG2 also has many smaller circuits that around the entire circuit board. These smaller circuits are controlled by movable ON / OFF switches known as Jumper Ports.
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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.