The IC3600TFCU1D1C is a Mark I/Mark II component from GE. The MKI--which was the first gas/steam turbine management system in GE’s Speedtronic line--was released in 1969. The MKII was released four years later in 1973. Both systems used the most current technology available at the time of their release and focused on creating accessible, easy to use systems that were long-lasting and scalable. Both systems were created with four major parts: control, protection, sequencing, and power. Each of these parts was designed to be as independent as possible and to have redundant backups to improve the reliability of the overall system. Both the MKI and MKII are now considered obsolete and are no longer supported by General Electric.
The IC3600TFCU1D1C has two potentiometers located on one edge. These potentiometers can be used to calibrate certain settings of the PCB. The board has eighteen transistors, including four silver button transistors. The board uses capacitors of aluminum electrolytic material and polyester vinyl. There are several lines of resistors and diodes. Diodes may be ceramic or other materials. Resistors are numbered up to R102.
The IC3600TFCU1D1C is marked with the numbers 1/5/15/25/35/45/51. It has the board ID number, the GE round trademark, and the codes JVC, 006/05, 002/01, 003/01, and 278A4519.
The IC3600TFCU1D1C will arrive at your facility in a static-reducing sleeve. Before your new part is unboxed, please consider reviewing any retained publications like manuals for safety data and installation instructions. Only qualified technicians should maintain and install MKI and MKII components.