The IC3600SQIC1 is a human-machine interface or H. M. I. created by General Electric for their Mark I and Mark II series. The IC3600SQIC1 is used to operate a gas turbine. Turbines are a large producer of energy around the world. A gas turbine is made up of many parts from circuit boards like the IC3600SQIC1 all the way to the internal combustion engine that makes the turbine move. The internal combustion engine uses a mixture of air and fuel to cause an internal fire to create a mixture of gasses that are under pressure and force their way out by making the turbine spin, which then generates energy that is harnessed for multiple purposes. The IC3600SQIC1 has one small white polypropylene capacitor and one large yellow polypropylene capacitor. The capacitors create an electrical field that is used to store additional energy for the circuit board to use later. The IC3600SQIC1 has five pale green diodes. The green diodes only allow energy to flow in a single direction. The IC3600SQIC1 has seven small towers with flat head screws on the top. These small towers are used to connect additional pieces to the circuit board, such as diodes, resistors, capacitors etc. The IC3600SQIC1 has a faceplate with two knobs. The top knob is large and grey the bottom knob is silver with a narrow blacktop. These knobs allow the workers to control the circuit board.
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