The IC3600AVIA1B is a voltage isolator circuit board from General Electric. The IC3600AVIA1B is featured in the Speedtronic Mark I and Mark II series. The IC3600AVIA1B is used for accepting a voltage input from a third party measurement device or sensors that had an output of zero to two point zero (0-2.0) Volts. The IC3600AVIA1B has three large black diodes, two clear, orange, and black colored diodes, one average red diode and one large rounded diode. Diodes are used to direct energy in one direction through them. The IC3600AVIA1B has two EPROMs which are used to carry the instructional data for the IC3600AVIA1B to function. The EPROM can also be updated as new programs become available. The IC3600AVIA1B has four very small silver circular transistors and six small black transistors. Transistors are semiconductive and are used to amplify or alter electrical power and electronic signals. The IC3600AVIA1B has two yellow capacitors. These capacitors are used to create an electrical field that is used to store any additional energy the IC3600AVIA1B has for later use. The IC3600AVIA1B has twenty-five metal male prongs. These metal prongs allow the IC3600AVIA1B to attach to surrounding circuit boards. The IC3600AVIA1B has fourteen light blue resistors, two light green resistors, one large brown resistor. The resistors have a series of colored bands ranging from one to five bands per resistor. These bands are used in conjunction with a colored chart to determine how much energy each resistor can restrict.
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