The IC3600SVSA1D is a device called a high speed sensor circuit board. This is a type of printed circuit board or PCB manufactured by General Electric. The IC3600SVSA1D is a component in General Electric’s Mark I-II series. These two series were the first to be made for the Speedtronic Mark line by GE, released as early as 1969 and 1973. The Mark series were made to control all aspects of gas turbine operations and the safety of both equipment and operators. These system have been used to decades across a variety of industries around the world.
The IC3600SVSA1D is a printed circuit board which is rectangular and large in size. Six (6) potentiometers or variable resistors which are blue are lined up at the bottom of the IC3600SVSA1D. Every potentiometer contains a small metal knob which is used to alter the component’s resistance. These potentiometers are situated directly above a metal plate which has openings allowing the user access to the knobs. Three (3) capacitors which are large and solid black are placed on the IC3600SVSA1D. Two (2) of these are paired together right above the potentiometers and the third can be found on the right border of the IC3600SVSA1D. At least one (1) other capacitor which is small and solid yellow is situated at the bottom next to the far-left potentiometer. Featured on the IC3600SVSA1D are many resistors which are solid dark red. Several devices known as transistors are positioned throughout the IC3600SVSA1D. Five (5) of the transistors are large, with circular black tops. The others are smaller with half circles shapes that are also black.