The IC3600SVDA1B is a vibration detection board which was made by General Electric for the Mark I-II series. The IC3600SVDA1B is an example of a printed circuit board (PCB). The Mark series were created to manage and automate gas turbine operations. The Mark I and Mark II are the oldest series to be released in the Speedtronic Mark line. The Mark series have provided efficient and safe management for these gas turbines since 1969 when the Mark I series was introduced commercially.
A line of prongs is attached to the right side of the IC3600SVDA1B. These prongs can be used to attach the IC3600SVDA1B to the rest of the Mark series. One long grey resistor shaped like a rectangle is found on the opposite end of the IC3600SVDA1B. Two large silver capacitors are located close to the center of the IC3600SVDA1B. There are also five (5) silver capacitors which are medium-sized located on the IC3600SVDA1B near the large capacitors. Two more silver capacitors which are smaller in size are situated near the bottom left and bottom right corners of the IC3600SVDA1B. The IC3600SVDA1B features a group of transistors. Two silver transistors can be found near the top of the IC3600SVDA1B. Two black transistors can be found near the center of the IC3600SVDA1B. The IC3600SVDA1B also contains a series of small diodes and resistors which come in a variety of colors. One (1) blue potentiometer, which may be called a “variable resistor”, is located at the top left corner of the IC3600SVDA1B.