The IC3600SLEH1P is a device known as a logic control board assembly. This is a type of printed circuit board or PCB manufactured by General Electric or GE. The IC3600SLEH1P is one of many components in GE’s Mark I and Mark II series. Mark I and Mark II were the earliest versions of the Mark I line. Responsible for the operations of industrial gas turbines, these have been in use across the globe in multiple industries for decades since the Mark I’s debut in the 1960s.
The IC3600SLEH1P contains a variety of different electronic components. A long line of large metal prongs is prominently featured on the right border of the IC3600SLEH1P. Lined up along the opposing side of the IC3600SLEH1P are five (5) LEDs or light-emitting diodes that light up red. Several transistors are placed on the IC3600SLEH1P. Three (3) of these are aligned vertically on the left half toward the bottom. Close to the center of the IC3600SLEH1P is another line of transistors. These transistors are silver and round. Situated in the middle of these two (2) lines of transistors is a long series of capacitors. The capacitors may be solid black or red. Several other solid black capacitors have been placed on the IC3600SLEH1P’s right half. At least one (1) silver capacitor may be found on the IC3600SLEH1P. At least one (1) is placed on the top border of the IC3600SLEH1P on the left side. The component’s full part name or number has been marked on the IC3600SLEH1P’s surface along with the initials or reference designators of the components.