The IC3600SLEH1F is a device known as a logic module board. This is a type of printed circuit board or PCB produced by General Electric. The IC3600SLEH1F was created to be a component in the Mark I-II series by GE. The Mark I and Mark II are the earliest version of the Speedtronic Mark line which was designed to handle all of the aspects of gas turbine operation.
The IC3600SLEH1F printed circuit board is large in size and rectangular. A long piece which is made of grey metal is attached to the left side of the IC3600SLEH1F. A series of light-emitting diodes or LEDs are contained within this metal part. The diodes are labeled with the initials CR. Three (3) yellow capacitors which are laid horizontally against the surface of the board are situated on the right half of the IC3600SLEH1F. These are labeled with the number 708D1. Next to these capacitors near the center of the IC3600SLEH1F are five (5) other yellow capacitors which are smaller. These are positioned vertically on top of the PCB. A collection of black transistors which are small and have dots on the top can be found on the left half of the IC3600SLEH1F. There are least fifteen (15) of these black transistors positioned on the IC3600SLEH1F. Three (3) other transistors which are circular and made from silver metal are lined up along the left side of the IC3600SLEH1F. Numerous very small diodes are placed all around the IC3600SLEH1F. These are typically red in color. Many small resistors which have bands that are multi-colored may also be found across the IC3600SLEH1F.