The IC3600SVSA1E is a high speed sensor circuit board. This is a type of printed circuit board or PCB. The IC3600SVSA1E is just one of many printed circuit boards in the Mark I-II series by General Electric (GE). The Mark I and Mark II, which have been in use since 1969 and 1973 respectively, are the oldest series in the Speedtronic Mark line. This line was designed to deliver excellent turbine management, automation, and safety.
The IC3600SVSA1E features a line of metal prongs which spans the length of the printed circuit board. These are positioned on the IC3600SVSA1E’s right side. Situated opposite to these prongs is a group of six (6) blue potentiometers. Alternately known as variable resistors, these components contain small knobs which may be adjusted to change the device’s resistance. At least one (1) small resistor which is dark red in color is positioned next to every potentiometer. Many more of these resistors can be found throughout the IC3600SVSA1E, some of which are banded in different colors. Several small transistors are also located on the surface of the IC3600SVSA1E. Each transistor is circular and black. Some of the components on the IC3600SVSA1E are connected to other parts of the board with wires. This part’s full part number, which is IC3600SVSA1E, is printed near the upper left corner of the printed circuit board with yellow print.
Troubleshooting and technical support, as well as additional resources such as user manuals, were originally provided by the IC3600SVSA1E circuit board’s manufacturer, General Electric.