The IC3600SVD1 is what is known as a Fanuc regulator circuit card. GE or General Electric created this printed circuit board. This circuit board was created as a component in the Mark I-II series for gas turbine automation and control. The Mark I and Mark II, which were released in 1969 and 1973 respectively, were the earliest two series made for the Speedtronic Mark turbine management line. Ever since the Mark I first debuted, Mark series have set the standard for safe and efficient gas turbine management.
Along the right side of the IC3600SVD1, there is a long line of metal prongs. The IC3600SVD1 can be connected to other parts in the Mark series using these prongs. On the opposite edge of the IC3600SVD1, there is a large grey resistor. Located close to the middle of the IC3600SVD1, there are two large silver capacitors. Also featured on the IC3600SVD1 near the larger capacitors are five (5) other capacitors which are smaller but also silver. The smallest of the silver capacitors are positioned close to the lower corners of the IC3600SVD1. Several transistors have been included on the IC3600SVD1. Two of these transistors are silver and they are positioned close to the top of the IC3600SVD1. The last two (2) transistors are black in color. These are placed near the center of the IC3600SVD1. The IC3600SVD1 features a series of small diodes and resistors which were designed with many different colors. One (1) blue potentiometer, which may also be called a variable resistor, can also be found at the top left-hand corner of the IC3600SVD1.