The DS3800NPSK1H1F is a printed circuit board (PCB). This type of circuit board is what is called a power supply circuit board. The DS3800NPSK1H1F was made by General Electric (GE). This part was designed to be part of the Mark IV series. Mark IV is one part of the Mark series which controls both steam and gas turbines. These systems are in charge of not just automating and regulating turbines but also protecting the turbines from damage.
A few very large components are prominent on the DS3800NPSK1H1F. Two (2) inductors, also known as coils, are paired together near the center of the circuit board. These inductors consist of coils of wires covered in plastic. A pair of large silver capacitors is situated next to the inductors. These capacitors are positioned vertically on the DS3800NPSK1H1F. Two (2) large diodes are also situated near these components. These diodes are silver in color and made of metal. The diodes are attached to the circuit board’s surface with wires. A large metal plate is connected to one end of the DS3800NPSK1H1F. On this plate, there are two (2) large transistors. Each transistor is silver and made of metal. The transistors are also attached to the board with wires. On the opposite edge of the DS3800NPSK1H1F there is a series of resistor networks. These resistor networks are arranged in a single line. These devices are yellow in color. Inside each resistor network are at least two (2) resistors. The total resistance of the resistors is equal to the resistance of the network. There are twelve (12) resistor networks in total on the DS3800NPSK1H1F.