The IC3600EPSH1D is used to exchange the main AC power voltage into a controlled DC power voltage that the machines can handle. The IC3600EPSH1D is a power supply circuit board crafted by General Electric and used in the Mark I and Mark II line. The capacitor creates an electrical field that is used to store any excess energy for the circuit board to use at a later time. The IC3600EPSH1D has a large black PCB mount electrolytic capacitor. The transistors purpose is to convert or increase the electrical power or electronic signals. The IC3600EPSH1D has five tiny circular silver transistors and three tiny black half circle transistors. The diodes control the energy’s direction by only allowing it flow in a single direction through them. The IC3600EPSH1D has eight tiny orange and black diodes, and twelve spherical grey diodes. The masculine terminal ports are used to connect the IC3600EPSH1D into the existing system. The IC3600EPSH1D has twenty metallic masculine terminal ports that are at various levels parallel and also going straight up. The Variable Resistors also regulate energy flow like the other resistors. The IC3600EPSH1D has two teal blue Variable Resistors also known as Potentiometers. However, the Variable Resistors can be attuned by a small rivet on the faceplate. The IC3600EPSH1D has thirty-five tiny light blue resistors, seven little black resistors, one big grey resistor, and four big dark brown resistors. These resistors have a predetermined limit of how much energy they can restrict.
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