The DS3800HHRB1D1E is a part of the Mark IV (MKIV) series made for turbine control by General Electric. This product is known as a highway receiver printed circuit board (PCB).
The DS3800HHRB1D1E has one long connector port which runs along one of the edges of the board. The numbers 10 to 80 in increments of ten (10) are located next to the connector port. There are twenty-eight (28) integrated circuits positioned around the DS3800HHRB1D1E. Six jumper pins which have blue jumpers are situated on the top half of the DS3800HHRB1D1E. There is one light-emitting diode (LED) on the right side of the DS3800HHRB1D1E which has a red light. A variety of small banded resistors are placed around the circuit board. These are labeled with the letter R. There are two silver capacitors, one on the top and the other on the bottom half of the DS3800HHRB1D1E which are marked with the letter C. There is one small blue capacitor positioned next to each of the silver capacitors. Four (4) test points labeled with the initials TP can be found on one edge of the DS3800HHRB1D1E. The letters A to H are written on one of the edges of the DS3800HHRB1D1E. The MKIV system is an evolution of the Mark I and Mark II. These systems were based on years of developing processes which have been very important for turbine control for decades.
The DS3800HHRB1D1E highway receiver circuit board will arrive enclosed in static-free packaging which will get rid of any energy before it is opened by the user.