The IC3600SSVF1B was developed by General Electric (GE) to be a component in the Speedtronic Mark I-II series. The Mark I and Mark II were the first two series to be created for the Mark turbine management line. The IC3600SSVF1B is a type of printed circuit board (PCB). The Mark line is tasked with the running gas turbines efficiently and safely while automating its processes.
A long metal plate which spans the length of the printed circuit board is attached to its left side. This plate contains four (4) buttons that are used for various purposes. These four buttons are attached to the PCB with white wires. Directly next to this plate on the surface of the IC3600SSVF1B, there are two blue potentiometers. Also known as variable resistors, these potentiometers feature small knobs which can be adjusted to change the resistance of the device. Three (3) integrated circuits can be seen on the top half of the IC3600SSVF1B. Every integrated circuit contains a variety of different electronic components such as capacitors, diodes, and resistors which are very small in size. On the bottom half of the PCB, there are two large inductors or coils. These inductors are round coils of wire which are topped by a black plastic cover. The IC3600SSVF1B also features many black resistors, many of which are aligned near the center of the board. Several very small diodes are located on the IC3600SSVF1B. Also featured on the IC3600SSVF1B are several bright orange components. At least one (1) round silver transistor can be found in the center of the IC3600SSVF1B.