The IC3600SOTE1 is a part of the Mark I and Mark II series created by General Electric. The IC3600SOTE1 is an over temperature drive circuit board. The IC3600SOTE1 has one large orange PCB mount electrolytic capacitor, one average orange PCB mount electrolytic capacitor, one small orange PCB mount electrolytic capacitor, and two little yellow polypropylene capacitors. These different capacitors are used to create electrical fields that are used to store excess energy for the IC3600SOTE1 to use at a later time. The IC3600SOTE1 has thirty pale blue striped resistors. These resistors restrict a set amount of energy as determined by the stripes. The IC3600SOTE1 also has three bright blue Variable Resistors also called Potentiometers. The Variable Resistors have small screws to adjust the amount of energy that flows through the Variable Resistor. These small screws can be accessed by small holes in the face plate of the IC3600SOTE1. The IC3600SOTE1 has ten tiny orange and black diodes which only allow energy to flow in one direction. The IC3600SOTE1 has six small black transistors. The transistors change or enhance electronic signals or electrical power. The IC3600SOTE1 has over fifty male terminal metal prongs that connect the IC3600SOTE1 with surrounding circuit boards. Each piece of the IC3600SOTE1 is labeled with an alphanumeric code. The metal prongs are labeled five through fifty-one (5-51) in five-degree intervals.
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**General Electric has provided the initial technical support. The staff at AX Control recommends referring to the original manufacturer's manual for safety procedures and instruction on how to install the part.