General Electric is a leader in automation technology as well many other areas. General Electric manufactured the 531X139APMATG2 for industrial use. The 531X139APMATG2 is labeled as an application board. The 531X139APMATG2 uses rainbow colored wiring harnesses to connect to the existing system. The 531X139APMATG2 has many small silicon chips. These chips are their own little circuits boards that have a cover. Their purpose is to contain all the information and data that is necessary for the 531X139APMATG2 to perform its duty. The chips may also be referred to as IC’s (Integrated Circuits) or microchips. The first integrated circuit was developed in 1949. The 531X139APMATG2 has many capacitors also know as condensers. The first discovery of condensers happened in 1745. The 531X139APMATG2 uses diodes to direct energy flow. The first diodes were created in 1873 and were called vacuum tube diodes and have grown from there. The 531X139APMATG2 has a large array of axial-lead resistors. These are used to reduce energy flow. There are small components used to control about a watt of power each known as variable resistors, also called rheostats or potentiometers. General Electric has been around for a long time and has become a large contender in the industrial world. The original companies named Thomas Edison laboratory was developed in 1876 and Thomas-Houston Electric Company which was formed in 1879. These two companies then merged in 1892 to form General Electric and have taken the world by storm.
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