The IC3600TILB1A1 is a component for the Mark I or the Mark II series from GE. Both of these series were developed in the 1960s/1970s to manage steam and gas heavy-duty turbines. The MKI/MKII were the first of the Speedtronic systems from GE. They both focused on taking the newest technology available at that time to create a control system to increase the efficiency and reliability of heavy-duty turbines no matter the complexity or size of the turbine setup. Even though these systems are now considered obsolete by GE and no longer receive their support, many MKI/MKIIs are still in active use around the globe.
The IC3600TILB1A1 is an Inverter Limit Card. Inverters change direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC.) This component is GE FANUC, which began as a joint venture between GE and FANUC Fuji automation to create industry-leading CNC products. This board is built with twelve integrated circuits placed on the board in three lines of four. The integrated circuits have silver printed traces surrounding them on the board surface. The board is built with a single ceramic high-voltage capacitor. The top of the board is populated with two lines of transistors, six transistors per line. This area also has resistors and diodes. Many components have been vertically mounted. Traces are printed on this part of the board as well.
The IC3600TILB1A1 carries the code 68A944398G1. The GE logo appears in one corner. The board has a communication device that is placed on one edge. This device exists as a set of right-angled metal pins.
The IC3600TILB1A1 will ship in a protective envelope or sleeve to reduce static and packed carefully by our team. If publications like manuals have been retained, we suggest reviewing these for safety data before unboxing your part and beginning installation procedures.