The DS3820TIMC1A1A is featured in the Mark IV Speedtronic line manufactured by General Electric. Instead of a normal style Printed Circuit Board (PCB) which has thin lines all over it called traces, the pattern printed on this circuit board is in a grid-like pattern. The DS3820TIMC1A1A has thirty-two large black diodes, two white diodes, one dark blue diode, one teal diode, and one large red diode. The DS3820TIMC1A1A has a small silver circular transistor. The transistor is a semi-conductive device that is used to amplify or switch electronic signals and electrical power. The DS3820TIMC1A1A has three sets of Jumper Ports with two plastic covers. These covers are interchangeable between the Jumper Ports to control the flow of energy. The DS3820TIMC1A1A has three large black boxes. Each box has twelve small metal pins. The DS3820TIMC1A1A has a large blue plastic male terminal with thirty-six small metal pins. All four of these terminal ports allow the DS3820TIMC1A1A to be connected with surrounding circuit boards to function. The DS3820TIMC1A1A is in a lowered black case. Around the outside of the box, the DS3820TIMC1A1A sits in there is a beveled edge that the lid will sit in and six screw holes along the edge to attach the top to the bottom. Each piece is labeled with a letter and number. The part number (DS3820TIMC1A1A) and the General Electric emblem and where it was produced (U. S. A.) is also stamped on the circuit board.
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