The IC3600SVZA1 is what is known as a voltage regulator card (12-28V). Voltage regulators provide a constant fixed output voltage regardless of a change in the load or input voltage. The IC3600SVZA1 and other voltage regulator cards are one form of printed circuit board (PCB). This part was manufactured by General Electric, or GE.
The most prominent device on the IC3600SVZA1 is a large black transformer. This transformer is shaped like a rectangle. The transformer’s part number, which is 68A993055G1, is featured on top of the transformer in white print. This transformer takes up a large portion of the IC3600SVZA1 board.
Five (5) large capacitors which are silver with red on one end are featured on the IC3600SVZA1. A number of other capacitors are also featured on the printed circuit board. Four of these capacitors are solid yellow. Other capacitors are smaller in size and solid light blue. The IC3600SVZA1 also contains two blue potentiometers. Each potentiometer has a small silver knob which can be used to adjust the device’s resistance. Potentiometers may also be known as variable resistors.
Situated near these potentiometers, there is an integrated circuit that is made from a silver metal. The integrated circuit’s part number 7341P20 is printed on the top of the device in black lettering. The IC3600SVZA1 features many other types of resistors. Many of these resistors are brown with stripes which are yellow, red, green, black, blue, and orange among other colors. The IC3600SVZA1 also features a variety of transistors, several of which are silver and some of which are black.