** AX Control suggests referring to the original manufacturer's manual for all safety and installation methods. Technical support for the DS3800NDAD1H1E was initially provided by General Electric.
The DS3800NDAD1H1E is part of General Electric’s Speedtronic Mark IV series.
The DS3800NDAD1H1E has one small thin yellow capacitor and three average-size yellow capacitors. The capacitors generate an electrical field. The electrical field is then used to store excess energy for the DS3800NDAD1H1E to use at a later time.
The DS3800NDAD1H1E has twenty-five yellow diodes, four grey diodes, three black diodes, and one yellow LED (light-emitting diode). The DS3800NDAD1H1E has two sets of metal pins with orange covers.
The DS3800NDAD1H1E has nine small circular transistors. The transistors are used to amplify or change electrical signals and electrical power. The DS3800NDAD1H1E has a mixture of nineteen integrated circuits. The integrated circuits are used to hold the programming data for the DS3800NDAD1H1E. There are two types of integrated circuits: the EPROM and the EEPROM. The EEPROM cannot be altered when the EPROM can be updated as new programming becomes available.
The DS3800NDAD1H1E has around twenty small blue resistors with colored bands on the outside. The DS3800NDAD1H1E has eight Variable Resistors or Potentiometers. The DS3800NDAD1H1E has a small thin metal divider on the side of the Variable Resistors. The Variable Resistors on the DS3800NDAD1H1E are small and large in size. The Variable Resistors are also adjustable using a tiny screw on the top of them. By adjusting the Variable Resistor the worker can control how much energy can flow through the DS3800NDAD1H1E at any time.
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