The IC3600EPSY1 is a twenty-four (24) Volt regulator circuit board in the Mark I and Mark II series created by General Electric. The IC3600EPSY1 has four silver transistors and eight black circle transistors used to amplify or alter electrical signals or electronic power. The IC3600EPSY1 has two average light blue diodes and ten small orange and black diodes used to direct energy in a single direction. The IC3600EPSY1 has one large blue resistor, three large silver resistors (with its restriction capacity written on the side), and thirty small resistors. These resistors have a predetermined amount of energy that they can withstand. The IC3600EPSY1 has two dark blue Potentiometers also called Variable Resistors. These Variable Resistors have a small silver screw on the front that allows an employee to control the energy that passes through the resistor. The IC3600EPSY1 has two small yellow polypropylene capacitors, one large yellow polypropylene capacitor, one average orange, and one large black PCB mount electrolytic capacitor. These capacitors generate an electrical field which is used to store additional energy for the circuit board to use. The IC3600EPSY1 has a faceplate that has four red auxiliary terminals. These terminals are all individually labeled. The IC3600EPSY1 has twenty-five metal prongs that are also called male terminals. These male terminals are used to connect the IC3600EPSY1 into the established system. The faceplate also has two predrilled holes for it to be screwed into place.
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