The IC3600APAB1A is a power amplifying card produced by General Electric to be used in their Mark I and Mark II lines. The IC3600APAB1A connects to other circuit boards using twenty-five double pronged male terminal points. These male terminal points have prongs that come out horizontally and others that stick up vertically. The IC3600APAB1A’s prongs are labeled two, then five through fifty (in five level intervals). The IC3600APAB1A has eight large dark brown resistors and seven small dark brown resistors. The resistors are used to slow down the amount of energy as it flows through each resistor. The dark brown resistors have colored bands on them that are used with a color code to calculate how much energy the resistor can slow down. The IC3600APAB1A also has long grey resistors that have the amount of energy they can slow down printed right on the face of it. The IC3600APAB1A has ten small bead shaped blue diodes. The diodes are used to move energy in a single direction. The IC3600APAB1A has two didoes also known as LED’s (light emitting diodes). These LEDs will light up as the energy flows through them. The IC3600APAB1A has four small circular transistors. Two of the four transistors are placed in bent “U” shaped brackets. Each bracket has two metal screws with bolts on either side of the transistor. These transistors are used in enhancing or changing electrical power or electronic signals. Each item on the IC3600APAB1A is labeled and outlined, along with General Electric’s insignia.
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