The 531X175SSBAHM is a circuit board produced by General Electric.
The 531X175SSBAHM uses Jumper Ports to control energy flow around the circuit board. The 531X175SSBAHM uses resistors to disperse unneeded energy. These resistors are easily identifiable by the small striped marking on the sides. These markings are used by engineers to create an equation to determine the amount of energy each resistor can disperse.
The 531X175SSBAHM uses multiple diodes to direct energy flow. Diodes allow the energy to flow in a single direction. The energy flows in the direction of a small line on one end of the diode.
The 531X175SSBAHM stores' energy in devices that create an electrical field. These devices are known as condensers, capacitors, or condensators.
The 531X175SSBAHM has thirty-eight chips also referred to as Integrated Circuits (IC) or microchips. These components are made of semi-conductive material to hold programming for the circuit board to function.
To attach into your current system the 531X175SSBAHM has a male terminal port. To secure the 531X175SSBAHM into place there are four holes to use to screw the circuit board into place. The 531X175SSBAHM also has an arrow pointing in the direction the circuit board needs to be inserted with Solder Direction written underneath. The 531X175SSBAHM has a component that you can find in everyday things like your wristwatch or clock. This component is called a crystal oscillator. This is used to make a high and accurate frequency. The 531X175SSBAHM from General Electric is no longer in production and has been dubbed an obsolete circuit board.
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