The IC3600SSFG1A was produced by General Electric. This printed circuit board, or PCB, is known as a solenoid filter circuit board. The IC3600SSFG1A is part of the Mark I-II series. These series were created to control gas turbines and automate their processes. Mark I and Mark II are the earliest of the series in the Speedtronic Mark line. The Mark line was introduced for the first time with the development of the Mark I in 1967. The first Mark I system was debuted in Long Island in 1968. The series was later released into the commercial market in 1969. Mark series turbine systems are have been relied on to provide superior performance in gas turbine across all industries for decades.
The IC3600SSFG1A features several different kinds of electronic component. Seven (7) capacitors are featured on the left of the circuit board. These capacitors are solid silver in color. Each contains writing which identifies the voltage of the device. The capacitors are labeled by the initial C as C1 through C7. Situated directly in the center of the IC3600SSFG1A is a line of seven (7) small diodes. These diodes are solid yellow. They are each identified with the initial CR as CR1 to CR7. A line of seven (7) resistors is positioned to the right of the diodes. The resistors are a solid black color. They are arranged upright on the surface of the IC3600SSFG1A. Lastly, a series of metal prongs can be found on the far right side of the IC3600SSFG1A. These prongs are used to connect the IC3600SSFG1A into the rest of the turbine system.