IC3600LLDB1

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The IC3600LLDB1 is a GE FANUC printed circuit board

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  • Part Number: IC3600LLDB1
  • SKU: IC3600LLDB1GBTC
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark I-II IC3600

IC3600LLDB1

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The IC3600LLDB1 is a GE FANUC printed circuit board

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  • Part Number: IC3600LLDB1
  • SKU: IC3600LLDB1GBTC
  • Manufacturer: GE Boards & Turbine Control
  • Series: Mark I-II IC3600

Product Description

The IC3600LLDB1 is a Line Driver Board that is a component for the Mark I or the Mark II Speedtronic system from GE.  The MKI was the first Speedtronic management system for gas and steam heavy-duty turbines that GE developed and released.  This came out in 1969, four years before the MKII. GE focused their development on the MKI/MKII on creating systems that were adaptable and scalable.  Both systems can be used to manage turbine systems ranging from single 4000 hp units up to full power plants rated to 400 Mw combined cycles. While the MKI and MKII are now technologically obsolete due to the release of newer and more complex systems, both are still in use today.  This may be due to GE’s original focus on creating systems that were adaptable, scalable, easy to use, and helped their heavy-duty turbines run more efficiently.

The  IC3600LLDB1  is built primarily with vertically mounted components.  This includes sixteen aluminum electrolytic capacitors mounted in one line.  The board has sixteen ceramic capacitors. The board has two lines of transistors, with sixteen transistors in each line.  The board has five lines of carbon composite resistors and two lines of diodes. Many of these components carry the same designator (for example, more than one resistor may be listed as R1.)

The  IC3600LLDB1 is marked with the code 68A989945G1.  It carries the board number and the GE circular trademark logo.  

The  IC3600LLDB1 will ship from the AX Control warehouse protected by a static-reducing sleeve.  Please review safety data in manuals or data sheets if such publications are available before installation begins.

AX Control is a global industrial automation supplier of reconditioned products and new surplus parts located in North Carolina.

Repair Services For IC3600LLDB1

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 1-2 weeks $226

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your IC3600LLDB1. All of our repairs come with a 3 Year AX Control Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process. To receive the repair pricing and lead time listed above please process your repair order via our website. The following repair options may be available upon request:

  • 48-72hr Rush Repair
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AX Control Warranty Info

All products we sell are backed by our unparalleled warranty. A warranty certificate will be provided with your order upon request.
All PLCs, HMIs, and Turbine Control Boards: 3 Years
All AC/DC and Servo Drives: 2 Years
All Motors: 1 Year
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