The IC3600PVZA1 is what is called a periphery circuit board. This part is a type of printed circuit board or PCB. The IC3600PVZA1 is one of many components in the Mark I-II system. The Mark I and Mark II were the first two systems to be developed in the Mark series by General Electric (GE). The Mark series and their components are responsible for operating gas turbines and automating their processes. This includes processes such as basic things like startup and shutdown as well as things like fuel and water injections and temperature control.
The IC3600PVZA1 has several different types of electronic components. There are two (2) potentiometers, also known as variable resistors, positioned at the top left corner of the IC3600PVZA1 circuit board. The potentiometer on the top is large and solid green in color. The potentiometer underneath is small and solid blue. Both of the potentiometers feature a small knob which allows the operator to adjust the resistance of each device. One (1) large transformer can be found on the left center of the IC3600PVZA1. This transformer is rectangular and solid black. There are a number of various resistors featured on the IC3600PVZA1. Two resistors are situated on the top half of the circuit board which are banded in various colors. These resistors are light blue and have bands which are red, green, blue, and other colors. There is also a smaller resistor situated on the right center of the IC3600PVZA1. This resistor is also banded in various colors.