The IC3600PCZA1 is a printed circuit board or PCB which is known as a periphery card. Periphery cards are devices which are used to input and output information. The IC3600PCZA1 is part of the Speedtronic Mark I-II series used to control turbines. This product was created by General Electric (GE).
The IC3600PCZA1 features many different types of circuit board components. There are four (4) yellow capacitors located on the circuit board. The largest yellow capacitor is positioned in the center of the board. This large capacitor has black writing on its surface. It is labeled as 200V or two-hundred volts. Two smaller yellow capacitors are featured on the edge of the IC3600PCZA1 these capacitors are also labeled as 200V. The smallest capacitor is situated on the other half of the IC3600PCZA1. This capacitor is also labeled as 200V. The IC3600PCZA1 features a black rectangular relay or contactor. The part number of this relay, 68A7163P5111G1 is written on the surface of the part. Several small diodes are also located on the surface of the IC3600PCZA1. These diodes are identified by the initials CR. The IC3600PCZA1 features many small light blue resistors. Each resistor is labeled with the initial R. There are twelve (12) blue resistors in total. In addition to the blue resistors, there are also several black resistors. There are seven (7) black resistors on the IC3600PCZA1. On the left edge of the circuit board, there is one (1) blue potentiometer. A potentiometer may also be known as a variable resistor. The potentiometer features a dial which allows the user to adjust the resistance of the device.