The IC3600SSVF1 is a servo valve feedback card. This is a type of printed circuit board or PCB. The IC3600SSVF1 was developed by General Electric or GE as one part of the Speedtronic Mark I-II series which was made to manage turbines. The MKI (Mark I) and MKII (Mark II) are two series in the Mark line by GE. A servo valve is a valve which is electrically operated and controls the flow of fluids.
The IC3600SSVF1 contains four (4) red buttons which are positioned on a metal plate on the left edge of the PCB. These components are attached with wires to the printed circuit board. Two (2) blue potentiometers are sitting next to this plate. These potentiometers feature adjustable dials used to change the device’s resistance. They may also be called variable resistors. One (1) small transistor which is circular and made of silver metal can be seen directly in the center of the IC3600SSVF1. Three (3) integrated circuits sit on the upper half of the IC3600SSVF1. On the right side of the bottom half of the IC3600SSVF1, there are two (2) large inductors. These inductors consist of large coils of wire which are topped with a black plastic cover. The IC3600SSVF1 features six (6) small capacitors which are shaped like rectangles. These capacitors are orange and they are sitting upright on the IC3600SSVF1. One (1) small yellow capacitor which is connected to the PCB by a wire can be found near the top left corner of the IC3600SSVF1.