The DS3820STCA is featured in General Electric’s Speedtronic Mark IV Turbine Series. The gas and steam turbines are a fast way to provide energy and flexible fuel. A gas turbine builds pressure by using a combination of air and fuel in an internal combustion engine to create a mixture of gases to turn the turbine blades. A steam turbine uses a large boiler which is filled with water. The boiler is then heated to create large amounts of steam which then turns the blades of the turbine. The energy produced by the spinning turbine blades is then harnessed for other purposes. The DS3820STCA has three blue male terminal ports. The DS3820STCA has twenty-seven light blue didoes, twelve black didoes, six light grey didoes, and two light blue diodes. Diodes only allow energy flow in one direction. The DS3820STCA has over thirty resistors. The resistors restrict energy flowing through the circuit board. The DS3820STCA has four large black rectangles. In between the large black rectangles are rows of screws. There are twelve screws in each row. The DS3820STCA has one large orange capacitor and one small white capacitor. A capacitor is used to create an electrical field to store additional energy for the DS3820STCA to use at a later time. The DS3820STCA has two small red female terminal ports. The DS3820STCA has two thin metal pieces along the longer edges. This thin metal piece has holes in it to slide the circuit board on a screw and lock it into place.
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** AX Control suggests referring to the original manufacturer's manual for all safety and installation methods. Technical support for the DS3820STCA was initially provided by General Electric.