The IC3600EPSW1 is a regulator circuit board manufactured by General Electric for their Mark I and Mark II series. The IC3600EPSW1 has four silver diodes, three dark red diodes, one light blue diode, two teal diodes, and twelve orange and black diodes. The diodes control energy flow by only allowing it to flow in a single direction through it. The IC3600EPSW1 has eight tiny half circle black transistors which are used to change or enhance electronic signals or electrical power. The IC3600EPSW1 has three small yellow polypropylene capacitors and two large orange PCB mount electrolytic capacitors. These capacitors are used to create pockets of electrical fields around themselves to store any excess energy for the circuit board to use later. The IC3600EPSW1 has two blue Potentiometers or Variable Resistors. The Variable Resistors have a small knob on the side that allows the worker to make adjustments to the energy flow. The IC3600EPSW1 has two large brown resistors, four average light blue resistors, and twenty small light blue resistors. These resistors have small colored bands and have a predetermined capacity for the energy they can restrict. If the worker would like to figure out the restriction capacity of the resistors, they can use a color-coded chart that corresponds with the marking on each resistor. The IC3600EPSW1 has fifty metal male prongs that are used to connect the circuit board to the established system. The face of the IC3600EPSW1 has four red auxiliary ports. The top port is labeled ” VOLTS +”, the second port is labeled “Volts –“, the third port is labeled “ADJ+” the fourth port is labeled “Current –“. The lower part of the face has EPSW written across the bottom as well.
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