The IC3600ARMB1C is an operational amp card produced by General Electric. The IC3600ARMB1C is featured in the Speedtronic Mark I and Mark II series. The IC3600ARMB1C has one large blue Potentiometer or Variable Resistor. The Variable Resistor has a small screw that is used to control the amount energy that flows through the circuit board. The IC3600ARMB1C has four large red didoes, eight orange and black diodes, and one large round red diode. The diodes are used to direct energy flow in a single direction through them. The IC3600ARMB1C has twenty-six light blue resistors and twenty-five light pink resistors. The resistors have a range of one to five stripes on the outside that go with a chart to identify how much energy the resistors can restrict. The IC3600ARMB1C has seven small black transistors and six small silver circular transistors. The transistors are made of semiconductive material purpose is to alter or amplify electronic signals or electrical power. The IC3600ARMB1C has one small double female port. The IC3600ARMB1C has fifty-two uncovered metal male terminals. This allows the IC3600ARMB1C to be attached to another circuit board. All the parts listed above a squeezed on to the top side of the board while the bottom part of the board is completely empty minus a few traces and a bunch of small silver dots.
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