The relay board with the board ID IC3600KRSR1 is a component manufactured for the first two steam or gas turbine management series released by GE in the Speedtronic line. This includes the original Mark I system, which has been in commercial use since 1969, and the Mark II, which was released by GE in 1973. While researching and developing these systems, GE focused on creating management programs that would be scalable, adaptable, easy to use, and would improve the function of their heavy-duty turbines. The MKI and MKII no longer receive support from GE and are considered obsolete by the company as they have been replaced by more advanced, complicated management systems. Yet the MKI/MKII remain viable, usable management systems for heavy-duty turbines.
The IC3600KRSR1 is built with few components. It has four relays and four diodes, as well as a single line of metal pins. These are the board’s only components. The diodes are marked CR1, CR2, CR4, and CR5. There is no CR3. Each diode is placed next to a relay. The relays are marked K1, K2, K4, and K5. This is no K3. The top surface of each relay has the codes 263AZ and 1K5DAA.
The board of the IC3600KRSR1 is marked with the code 006/01 and “ADS.” It has the GE trademark. The edge populated with metal pins is numbered. When the IC3600KRSR1 is inserted into a Speedtronic frame these pins and their attached wiring allow data to move between the system and the board.
A static-reducing sleeve will protect the IC3600KRSR1 during shipment from our facility to yours. Safety data and installation information can be found in original manufacturer publications like manuals or data sheets.