The IC3600SSKE is a printed circuit board (PCB) made by General Electric (GE). This part if a component of the Speedtronic Mark I-II. The Mark I and Mark II were the first two series to be introduced in the Mark line of turbine management.
The IC3600SSKE features a metal plate on its left side. At the top of this plate, there is a large grey dial. This dial can be adjusted between the numbers 0 through 10. This dial is labeled as MAN. Below this dial, there are six small red buttons arranged in a diagonal pattern. The top button is labeled as WU. The next button is labeled ACC. The remaining four buttons are labeled with FIRE, TCC, MIN, and MAX. A series of four holes which can be used to house buttons is positioned on the left side of the metal plate. These holes are labeled as ACC, FIRE, MIN, and MAX. The printed circuit board portion of the IC3600SSKE contains a variety of electronic components. Along the right edge of the PCB is a line of metal prongs which are used to connect the IC3600SSKE with the larger system. Several solid yellow capacitors which are medium in size are positioned on the surface of the IC3600SSKE. These capacitors are situated upright on the surface of the board. Many resistors which are also medium in size can be found on the IC3600SSKE. These resistors are banded with stripes in various colors including red, black, grey, and others. A series of white wires is also located on the PCB portion which connects various components.