The DS3800NPCF was created to be a part of the Speedtronic MKIV, or Mark IV system. The Mark IV system, as well as the other systems in the Mark series, was created by General Electric (GE). The DS3800NPCF is a small printed circuit board, also known as a daughter board or daughter card. A daughter card is a circuit board which is situated on the surface of a larger circuit board. This adds new features to the large board and offers more choices for functions to the operator.
The DS3800NPCF is a very small printed circuit board. It contains very few circuit board components. Six (6) long black resistors are the most prominently displayed components on the DS3800NPCF. These resistors are grouped together on the card and some are arranged in rows of two. These large resistors are connected to the surface of the DS3800NPCF with wires. They are held up off of the surface of the DS3800NPCF with white plastic supports. Each resistor can be identified by the designator R. The names of these parts range from R1 to R6. Located in all four corners of the surface of the DS3800NPCF are holes which allow the card to be connected to a larger circuit board with screws. The DS3800NPCF also contains one (1) jumper, which may also be known as a wire link. This wire link can be identified by the designator J. The jumper is named J1.
The DS3800NPCF, like all of our products, will be shipped in a manner which will eliminate any energy accumulated in the shipping process before the product is handled by the user.