General Electric (GE) produced this component. The DS3800NPSY was made as part of the Mark IV turbine automation and control system. The DS3800NPSY is a printed circuit board (PCB).
DS3800NPSY prominently features six capacitors which are large and silver. The capacitors are lined up in a vertical line on the right of the circuit board. A pair of inductors, or coils, are sitting along the top of the DS3800NPSY. The part number 448373823-601 8709 as well as the letters TNI are written on the inductors in white print. Red wires connect these two inductors to the surface of the board with wire. Situated near the top of the DS3800NPSY there is an orange LED (light-emitting diode). There are two transistors on the right end of the DS3800NPSY which are large and silver. The transistors are sitting on a metal plate which is attached to the board. The transistors are attached with grey wires to the DS3800NPSY. Two more transistors are sitting on the other side of the DS3800NPSY. The two transistors are large and silver in color. These are also mounted onto plates attached to the circuit board. A small connector port is situated on the left side of the DS3800NPSY. This port is a “male” connector port which has 40 pins. Four (4) variable resistors, or potentiometers, are grouped together on the DS3800NPSY. These potentiometers are blue and feature small dials. An operator can use the dials on the potentiometers to alter the resistance of the components. Many resistors are seen all over the DS3800NPSY. Many of the resistors are striped with bands in different colors while others are solid.