The first model of the Speedtronic brand Gas Turbine control system was developed and tested on a turbine in Long Island, New York, in 1968 by the manufacturing giant, General Electric. The Speedtronic control system’s public release in the early 1970’s was met with overwhelming usage, garnering over 118 gas turbines installed with it and then accumulating up to 500,000 hours of productivity in total. Nearly 57 years of production built into one single control circuit board.
The Speedtronic control system boards were designed to successfully and efficiently manage gas turbines, both the types that are run with solid state analog parts and with digital systems. These systems are designed to deliver maximum starting and running reliability, a faster, more accurate response and better, more high performance ratings, as well as a longer life for the gas turbines they are installed into, and the Speedtronic system is able to adapt to any number of diversified gas turbine cycles, processes, and applications.
The IC3600SFKD1 model of control system is a Alternating Current Input Module manufactured as a part of the Speedtronic series of turbine controls. The IC3600SFKD1 performs several functions such as managing air emissions and fuel control; sequencing and monitoring the fuel level and auxiliary power systems for efficient and regular startup, shutdown and cooldown events. The IC3600SFKD1 is capable of voltage synchronization and equalizing of the generator and control system.
This product, while built by General Electric, is for sale from us here at AX Control, which we guarantee are not DOA (dead on arrival), and are automatically covered by our warranty upon purchase. Please see your quotation or invoice for the specific warranty deal for your product(s) purchased. All warranties are issued by us, AX Control, and not the original manufacturer.