The IC3600SPSG1 was created by General Electric as a part of their Mark I and Mark II line. The IC3600SPSG1 has one small yellow capacitor, two small white capacitors, two large yellow capacitors, three square red capacitors, and one huge white capacitor. The capacitors create electrical fields to hold additional electricity. The IC3600SPSG1 has twelve black transistors which are used to enhance or change the electronic signals and electrical power. The IC3600SPSG1 has about twenty-five red colored striped resistors. These resistors restrict the flow of energy. The amount of energy can be determined by the colored strips on the resistors and a color code. The IC3600SPSG1 has three large grey diodes and ten tiny clear orange and black tinted. Diodes are used to allow energy to flow in a single direction through them. The IC3600SPSG1 has two Variable Resistors which are used to restrict energy but can be adjusted by a silver screw as needed. The IC3600SPSG1 has over sixty metal prongs known as male terminals. These male terminals go vertically and horizontally to attach the IC3600SPSG1 with surrounding circuit boards. Each piece is labeled with an alphanumeric code along with being outlined.
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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.