The IC3600TPSA1H1C is a component for the Mark I and the Mark II series. The first of the Speedtronic gas/steam turbine management systems, the MKI was released by GE in 1969. The MKII, which included some additional technology and updates, was released in 1973. Both systems were designed to improve the reliability and efficiency of heavy-duty turbines regardless of the complexity or size of their use. Thus, the MKI and MKII are scalable and adaptable, with the ability to change the features and components in use, and are capable of the management of systems as disparate as 400 Mw power station down to an unmanned pumping station with a single turbine. GE continued to develop the Speedtronic line through the ‘80s, ‘90s and into the new millennium, which has led the MKI/MKII to become obsolete and no longer supported by the manufacturer.
The IC3600TPSA1H1C has one potentiometer, which may be used for the calibration of circuits. The board has capacitors of varying materials, including ceramic, aluminum electrolytic, and polyester vinyl. The larger of the aluminum electrolytic capacitors are marked +85 Celsius D46188 34D 700μf 25 VDC. The board has four types of transistors (ten in all,) including one bipolar RCA transistor that is fitted into a heat sink. This transistor is connected to the board using surface wiring from one pole.
The IC3600TPSA1H1C carries the codes 68A988949 and 006/03. It is numbered along one edge. The board has six components marked TP1 through TP6 placed along one edge. Most resistors and diodes are mounted vertically.
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