The 531X179PLMAJG1 is a Power Line Monitor board. This board is made by General Electric. The 531X179PLMAJG1 has a fifteen port green female connector on one end and a fifteen port black female connector on the opposite end. Next to the green female port is a long white male port, near the black female port is a small two prong male port. These various ports are used to connect the circuit board into an established system. The 531X179PLMAJG1 has one transformer in the upper left corner. A transformer is used to transfer electrical energy between two or more circuits. The first style of a transformer to be widely used was called an induction coil. The induction coil was invented by Rev. Nicholas Callan of Maynooth College in Ireland in 1836. The 531X179PLMAJG1 has a single glass fuse. The fuse was patented by Thomas Edison in 1890. They are used to protect electric distribution systems from power surges. They sacrifice themselves to protect the rest of the electrical components. If a fuse blows the electrical current can’t go any further. The 531X179PLMAJG1 has multiple resistors of various sizes. The 531X179PLMAJG1 uses the resistors to convert energy to heat in order to get rid of energy the 531X179PLMAJG1 doesn’t need. The 531X179PLMAJG1 also has condensers (capacitors) of various shapes and sizes. The 531X179PLMAJG1 has Integrated Circuits, diodes, Variable Resistors, and LEDs to assist in performing the 531X179PLMAJG1’s duty. The 531X179PLMAJG1 has since been discontinued.
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