The IC3600LSRM1 was created as a part of the Mark I-II series from GE, or General Electric. The Mark I and Mark II are the oldest incarnations of the GE Speedtronic Mark series. The Mark I system was first developed in 1967 and introduced commercially in 1969. The Mark II was the next system to be introduced in 1973. The Mark series are tasked with the management of all of the operations of gas turbines like start-up, shutdown, fuel and water injection, the regulation of temperatures, safety and more. The IC3600LSRM1 is what is known as a shift register circuit board.
A series of metal prongs can be seen lined up along the right side of the IC3600LSRM1. Many various capacitors are also situated on the IC3600LSRM1. These capacitors are solid yellow in color and they feature black writing on the outside. The print on the outside of the capacitors gives information about the voltage of each component and more. Many of the capacitors are medium sized. They are sitting upright on the surface of the IC3600LSRM1. One yellow capacitor which is large in size is positioned right in the middle of the IC3600LSRM1. This capacitor lies horizontally on the surface of the IC3600LSRM1. A variety of banded resistors with different colors can also be seen on the IC3600LSRM1. Many of the banded resistors are light blue and are covered with multi-colored bands. The other resistors are dark blue and also have colored bands. The IC3600LSRM1 features a series of diodes which are very small in size. Each component of the IC3600LSRM1 board is labeled with either its reference designator or a number.