General Electric, or GE, manufactured the IC3600STDC1. This product is a part in GE’s Mark I-II series. Mark I and Mark II were the earliest versions made available in the Mark turbine control line. The Mark I was developed as early as 1967 and released for commercial use two years later in 1969. These Mark series are relied upon to manage and automate all processes of gas turbines. They have been used for decades all around the world.
Four (4) solid blue potentiometers are featured on the far left side of the IC3600STDC1. Potentiometers are sometimes referred to as variable resistors because they contain dials which enable an operator to change the resistance of the component. Situated right next to each of these four potentiometers is one (1) LED, or light-emitting diode. These light-emitting diodes emit a red light. Centered on the IC3600STDC1 are two (2) integrated circuits. The integrated circuits are black. Each one has its part number, which is 68A9136, written on its surface. Four (4) solid yellow capacitors can be found on the left half of the IC3600STDC1. Each of these capacitors has a voltage of one-hundred (100) volts. Two (2) orange metal oxide varistors, or MOVs, can be seen on the IC3600STDC1 in different places. Many resistors take up most of the space on the IC3600STDC1. These resistors are light blue. They all contain bands which come in colors such as red, blue, and green. A long line of very small diodes is featured along the length of the right side of the IC3600STDC1. These diodes and red and black.