The IC3600KMRC5 is a GE FANUC relay component for the first of GE’s Speedtronic gas/steam turbine management systems, the Mark I and the Mark II. These systems were released in 1969 and 1973 after years of development from GE. GE’s focus in the development was to create adaptable, scalable, long-lasting management systems that would help their heavy-duty turbine systems run more efficiently and reliably. The MKI and MKII are now considered obsolete and are no longer supported by GE, but many locations around the world still use these systems run their facilities.
The IC3600KMRC5 is a medium-duty plug-in relay. The Mark I and Mark II were designed with as many as seventy plug-in relays in a single frame unit. Relays of this design are easy to replace when they experience a mechanical failure. The IC3600KMRC5 has a single large middle pin that is wider and longer than the surrounding fourteen pins that are placed around it in a circle. The workings of the relay are hidden in a gray housing. A relay diagram, which is based upon RLL or Relay Ladder Logic, is printed on the side of this housing and gives the end user an idea of the internal wiring of the pins.
The AX Control warehouse uses a static-reducing sleeve to protect components during shipment. Speedtronic components should be installed and maintained by qualified electrical personnel.
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