The IC3600LMIA1 is a component for the Mark I/ Mark II series from GE. The first of GE’s Speedtronic systems ever released, these two systems have since become obsolete due to the development and release of more technologically advanced Speedtronic systems like the Mark V and Mark VI. Yet around the world, many of these Mark I and Mark II systems remain in use. This may be attributed to GE’s initial focus on developing systems that were reliable and long-lasting, that could be adaptable and scalable, and would improve the performance of heavy-duty turbines through the simplicity of their management design.
The IC3600LMIA1 is drilled in two corners to allow for mounting. It has the GE logo, the board number, and a line of numbering located under a series of metal pins. This numbering is as follows: “1,” “5,” “10,” ”15,” “20,” “25,” “+12,” “30,” “35,” “40,” “45,” and “51.” The pins on this edge are used as a communication device.
The IC3600LMIA1 is populated with carbon composite resistors and diodes. Resistors are located in a single line that is divided into one section of eight and one section of sixteen. Resistors are labeled R1 through R8, with three resistors carrying each designator. Diodes are located in three lines of twenty-four that are each divided into one section of eight and one section of sixteen, with an additional two diodes located along the edge of the board. Diodes do not carry a designator and are only numbered. It is worth noting neither the resistor designators nor the diode numbering is in order.
The IC3600LMIA1 will ship from our warehouse in a static-reducing protective sleeve. It is suggested technicians review retained manuals or datasheets before installation of the new part begins.