The IC3600SSZC1 is what is known as a speed control board. This is a form of printed circuit board or PCB. The IC3600SSZC1 was created by General Electric or GE to be a part of GE’s Mark I-II series. The Mark I and Mark II were the earliest series introduced in the Mark line of industrial gas turbine controls. The Mark systems have been relied on to manage turbine processes across all industries since the Mark I debuted in 1969. The Mark II was released just four (4) years later.
The IC3600SSZC1 is a large rectangular circuit board. Six (6) potentiometers have been placed in a group together in the center of the left edge. One (1) potentiometer is situated at the top and the last has been placed at the very bottom. One (1) large inductor or coil which is covered with black plastic has been situated in the center of the IC3600SSZC1. The IC3600SSZC1 features several transistors which are circular and made of silver metal. Four (4) of these transistors may be found in various spots on the printed circuit board. Many smaller black transistors have been attached all over the PCB. These black transistors have been shaped like half circles. Two (2) MOVs or metal oxide varistors are positioned on the right half of the IC3600SSZC1. These MOVs are solid red and circular. The IC3600SSZC1 features a large metal plate which contains three (3) components. Two (2) large circular red buttons have been placed near the bottom of the IC3600SSZC1 and one (1) large LED or light-emitting diode is situated near the top.