The 531X211KLDAAG1 is a display card. The 531X211KLDAAG1 was made by General Electric. The 531X211KLDAAG1 has seven long faceplates. The faceplates are attached to the circuit board with ten screws total. The six that are next to each other share a screw. The faceplates have ten areas for a number to be placed. The 531X211KLDAAG1 has thirty-two raised red light emitting diodes or LEDs for short. These light emitting diodes and the faceplates work together to alert the engineer or the workers of what is going on within the system. The 531X211KLDAAG1 has a few diodes that control energy flow. The 531X211KLDAAG1 contains multiple resistors. These resistors are used to disperse any unneeded energy. Should the circuit board require energy to be stored the 531X211KLDAAG1 uses various capacitors also called condensers in other languages. These parts use electrical fields to store the energy. The 531X211KLDAAG1 has one small transistor. To amplify electronic signals. The 531X211KLDAAG1 has fifteen chips. These chips are varying sizes. The 531X211KLDAAG1 also has one small area for an additional chip to be added. Chips are also called microchips, ICs or Integrated Circuits in various manuals. The 531X211KLDAAG1 has three covered male terminal ports and one open male port. The 531X211KLDAAG1 has labels along one edge and number along with the other.
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