The DS3800NVRC1A is a small daughter board for the Mark IV Speedtronic series created by General Electric to control and run turbines. The DS3800NVRC1A has a grey ribbon wiring harness to connect to the Motherboard. The DS3800NVRC1A has five large metallic blue diodes, one large mustard yellow diode, and three metallic silver diodes. A diode controls energy flow by only letting energy pass through in one direction. The DS3800NVRC1A has two large bright yellow capacitors, one small white capacitor, one slightly larger white diode, and a large light yellow capacitor. The capacitors store additional energy in an electric field. The DS3800NVRC1A has seventy-eight small resistors and three large blue resistors with up to five different colored bands to indicate how much energy each resistor can restrict. The DS3800NVRC1A has six small black transistors which are made of a semi-conductive material to amplify or change electrical power and electronic signals. The DS3800NVRC1A has eight black rectangles known as integrated circuits that are split into two groups known as EPROM or EEPROMs. They both hold the programs and data to operate the DS3800NVRC1A, however, EPROMs can be updated while EEPROMs cannot. The DS3800NVRC1A has six Variable Resistors also referred to as Potentiometers. These are identifiable by the black knobs with small arrows in the center. The knobs are labeled zero through one-hundred, with notches at ten-degree intervals. The Variable Resistors can all be adjusted independently for each other, and allow the worker to control how much energy flows through the DS3800NVRC1A at any given time.
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