The IC3600LSOC1 was developed by General Electric as a part of the Speedtronic Mark I-II system. This product is a printed circuit board. The Mark I (MKI) and Mark II (MKII) were the first two generations of the Mark turbine control series. The first system, Mark I, was introduced as early as 1968. The IC3600LSOC1 is what is known as an input buffer card.
The IC3600LSOC1 is a rectangular printed circuit board. This board contains a wide variety of different circuit board components. One (1) potentiometer is positioned in the top left corner of the IC3600LSOC1. This potentiometer is solid blue in color. It contains a small metal dial which can be adjusted to change the resistance of the device. Because of this, a potentiometer can also be called a variable resistor. Next to the potentiometer is one (1) small transistor. This transistor is round and made of silver metal. Several medium-sized yellow capacitors can also be found in various places around the IC3600LSOC1. These potentiometers are placed upright on the circuit board. The IC3600LSOC1 also contains a few medium-sized silver capacitors which are placed horizontally on the board. The IC3600LSOC1 also contains many capacitors which are rectangular. These capacitors are solid dark red in color. The IC3600LSOC1 features many resistors. Most of these resistors are medium-sized. They are covered with multi-colored bands. These bands represent the resistance capacity of each component. These bands are red, orange, gold, blue, yellow, and green among other colors. There are also many solid black resistors located on the IC3600LSOC1 board.