The IC3600EPSS1 is a fifty (50) / twelve (12) Volt circuit board produced by General Electric for the Mark I and Mark II line. The IC3600EPSS1 has fifty metal prongs. These prongs are on multiple levels horizontally and vertically. The IC3600EPSS1 has two small circular transistors (these can be identified by the three connection points they have with the circuit board). One transistor is open while the other is surrounded by black metal slats that look like a fence. The transistors amplify and alter electrical power and electronic signals. The IC3600EPSS1 has two tiny yellow polypropylene capacitors, one small black PCB mount electrolytic capacitor, and one large black PCB mount electrolytic capacitor. These capacitors are used to create energy fields to hold extra energy for the circuit board to use later. The IC3600EPSS1 has two tiny grey and black diodes and one small grey and black circular diode. Diodes can control the energy flow because they only allow the energy to move in a single direction through them. The IC3600EPSS1 has nine average light blue resistors with stripes, one large dark brown resistor with stripes, and two large grey rectangular resistors with the resistance amount written on them. These resistors restrict energy flow, the two grey rectangular resistors have it printed on them. The other resistors with stripes have a color code that is to be used to determine the restriction amount.
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