The IC3600SVDE1 is what is known as a vibration detection board. This is a type of printed circuit board created by General Electric (GE) for the Mark I and Mark II. These are the first two series in the Speedtronic Mark gas turbine control line. A vibration detection board is meant to monitor the vibration levels of turbines to help determine engine component health.
The IC3600SVDE1 is a large printed circuit board (PCB) with a long metal plate. This plate has four large components. Three (3) red LEDs or light-emitting diodes are featured on this plate. The fourth component is a large red button. The button is attached to the printed circuit board with white wires. Next to this metal plate, there are three (3) blue potentiometers. Each potentiometer features a small knob which allows the resistance of the potentiometer, or variable resistor, to be adjusted. Two (2) orange capacitors are found on the IC3600SVDE1. One of these is situated near the center of the PCB while the other is located on the right side of the IC3600SVDE1. A series of ten (10) smaller capacitors which are yellow are also positioned on the IC3600SVDE1. Six of these are paired together along the center of the board. Three (3) more capacitors are aligned on the right side of the IC3600SVDE1. Also on the right side of the IC3600SVDE1 are six (6) red MOVs or metal oxide varistors. These are arranged in three pairs along the right side. Many small transistors are positioned all around the IC3600SVDE1.