The IC3600SSFG1B1B is a device which is known as a printed circuit board or PCB. This device is a component in the Mark I-II series by General Electric or GE. The Mark I and Mark II were the first two series released in the Mark line by GE. The Mark I series debuted as early as 1969, while the Mark II was released four years later in 1973.
The IC3600SSFG1B1B is a rectangular printed circuit board. Its right side is lined with a series of large silver metal prongs. These prongs may be used to attach to the IC3600SSFG1B1B to another circuit board or to attach extra components to the IC3600SSFG1B1B. Numbers written in white writing are used to label these prongs from four (4) to fifty-one (51), typically increasing by fours. A group of large resistors are aligned on the right side of the IC3600SSFG1B1B. These resistors are brown in color. They have bands that are brown, green, and gold. The colors of the bands indicate the device’s resistance capacity. There are seven (7) of these resistors attached to the PCB in total. They are labeled as R1 through R7. Situated on the left of the IC3600SSFG1B1B is a collection of capacitors which are solid blue. The seven (7) capacitors are identified by the initial C, from C1 to C7. A series of small diodes are positioned in the center of the IC3600SSFG1B1B between the two lines of capacitors and resistors. The diodes are black with one band that is silver on one end. Seven (7) of these diodes are placed on the IC3600SSFG1B1B and they are labeled as CR1 to CR7.