The DS3800NDIC is featured on General Electric’s Speedtronic Mark IV Turbine Series. The DS3800NDIC is a Mother Board and does have a section for a Daughter Board to be installed on four small pegs. The DS3800NDIC has two thin yellow capacitors, four small yellow capacitors, two medium yellow capacitors, one large yellow capacitor, and three extra-large yellow capacitors. The capacitors create an electrical field that stores extra energy for the circuit board to utilize at another time. The DS3800NDIC has three light blue diodes, three large silver diodes, one large black diode. Diodes only allow the energy current to flow in one direction through them. The DS3800NDIC has three small black transistors. The transistors are made of a semiconductive material whose purpose is to amplify or alter the electrical signals and electrical power. The DS3800NDIC has over seventy small resistors and four large dark brown resistors. A resistor is used to restrict the flow of energy throughout the circuit board. The resistors have multiple colored strips that correspond with a chart that indicates how much energy the resistor can restrict. The DS3800NDIC has one blue Variable Resistor or Potentiometer. The Variable Resistor is an adjustable resistor that the worker can decide the resistance by using a small screw in the top of the resistor. The DS3800NDIC also has eleven integrated circuits that hold the circuit boards functioning programming. The integrated circuits are split into two categories programmable and not programmable. The programmable integrated circuits are called EPROM and can be updated as needed. The non-programmable integrated circuits are called EEPROM.
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