The DS3800NHVM1E1D is a very intricate circuit board created by General Electric as part of their Mark IV Speedtronic Turbine series. The DS3800NHVM1E1D has seventeen average-sized crimson diodes, twenty-six small black and silver diodes, ten average-sized black diodes, and six filmy diodes. A diode is used to have the energy flow in only one direction on the board. The DS3800NHVM1E1D also has twelve raised scarlet LEDs. An LED is also referred to as a light emitting diode. These diodes light up as the current flows through them. The DS3800NHVM1E1D features thirteen relays. The relays are large black boxes that regulate how much energy the board takes in and allows the DS3800NHVM1E1D to still function even if the energy current is too strong. The DS3800NHVM1E1D has forty-eight large resistors. The base color of the resistors ranges between grey, brown and black. The DS3800NHVM1E1D also has seventeen average size resistors whose base color is light blue. The DS3800NHVM1E1D also has eleven small resistors whose base color is also light blue. Every resistor on the board has a set of up to five different colored stripes over its base color. These stripes show how much energy can go through each resistor at any given time. The DS3800NHVM1E1D has eight male ports that allow it to be connected with other circuit boards. The DS3800NHVM1E1D stores' energy in electric fields using capacitors. The DS3800NHVM1E1D has six large metal capacitors, twelve large black capacitors, and twelve average-sized white capacitors.
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