The DS3800NDAC1E1E is featured in the Speedtronic Mark IV Turbine series by GE. The DS3800NDAC1E1E has nearly seventy-five resistors with various colors (to classify current capacity). The DS3800NDAC1E1E has sixteen silvery diodes of mixed sizes one sandy diode, thirty-six blue-green diodes, and four red diodes. The DS3800NDAC1E1E has eight blue boxes ( for sets of two) called Potentiometers or they are also known as Variable Resistors. Each variable resistor can be independently adjustable by a small piece on the top. The DS3800NDAC1E1E has a pale amber light or LED, which illuminates as a current passes through it. The DS3800NDAC1E1E board has many labels for each part. Each part has its own outline. The DS3800NDAC1E1E includes where it was built (U.S.A.) and General Electric’s crest. One edge is marked A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and J. The DS3800NDAC1E1E has a single crystal oscillator. A crystal oscillator is utilized to create a precise frequency. The DS3800NDAC1E1E has devices called EPROM and EEPROMs. EPROMs come programmed but are able to be re-programmed as new programs become available. The DS3800NDAC1E1E also has over ten EEPROMs. The EEPROMs come already filled with the program data for the DS3800NDAC1E1E to function. The DS3800NDAC1E1E has a small male port with a small colored box with two snaps plastic and a female port. The DS3800NDAC1E1E has three narrow silver fences. There are two fasteners and two points for screws to attach the DS3800NDAC1E1E to the current system set up.
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