The IC3600AOAL1D1C is a GE FANUC part for either the Mark I or the Mark II Speedtronic series for gas/steam turbine management. The MKI was commercially released by General Electric in 1969; the MKII became available in 1973. Both systems have now logged millions of hours of accumulated use in a variety of conditions all over the globe, in temperatures ranging from -50C to +50C. These systems can be used to manage turbines as small as a single 4000 hp unit to as large as a full 400 Mw combined cycle power station. While the MKI and MKII were designed to be scalable and adaptable, the depth and breadth of their scalability and adaptability have been proven through decades of use.
The IC3600AOAL1D1C functions as an Op Amp card. The GE logo appears on the board. It carries its board identification number, the code 259A3589G1, and the codes 002/02, 006/02, and 003/04. Numbers by fives from one to fifty-one appear on one edge. This edge has fifty-one metal pins that wire into the system and allow the board to pass signals to the rest of the Speedtronic system.
The IC3600AOAL1D1C has seven potentiometers, four test points, and nine integrated circuits. Amplifiers and two-input NAND gates are included among the circuits. Trim potentiometers may be used to calibrate or adjust circuits.
The IC3600AOAL1D1C is populated with resistors made of carbon composite material. These components vary in size and resistance. The board uses ceramic capacitors in many locations. It also uses polyester vinyl capacitors. Diodes, capacitors, and resistors have been marked.
When you receive the shipment of the IC3600AOAL1D1C, we recommend reviewing any OEM publications (datasheets/manuals) available for safety data and installation parameters. General Electric provided tech support for the IC3600AOAL1D1C.