The IC36000XC2 is a GE FANUC component created by General Electric for their Mark I and Mark II systems. Both systems are part of GE’s long-running Speedtronic series for steam and gas turbine management. The MKI and MKII are now obsolete due to the development of more technologically advanced management systems by GE. This has not kept the MKI and MKII from continuing their long history of reliable control of heavy-duty turbine systems around the globe, however, and many remain in use today, managing systems as simple as single turbines and as complex as full power plants (up to a 400 Mw combined cycle rating.)
The IC36000XC2 is designed with a front faceplate connected to the PCB via two screws. This narrow silver faceplate has a single switch component, one LED, and one small opening located at the bottom of its surface. Components mounted into the faceplate are wired to the PCB.
The IC36000XC2 has a backplane located along the right edge. This backplane is designed from fifty individual right-angled pins. When the board is inserted into a rack system, this backplane connects the board into the rest of the system. The board is populated with metal film and carbon composite resistors. Most of these are mounted vertically. The board uses polyester vinyl capacitors. It also has several transistors and two transformer components. The board also has two metal oxide varistors located on its surface.
Installation guidelines for the IC36000XC2 may be found in publications from the manufacturer (user guides, manuals) that reference this part number. If you have questions about shipping options, need a shipping quote, or would like to know more about all the cost-saving programs AX Control offers, feel free to contact our team by phone or by email today.