The IC3600TSUJ1B is a component manufactured for GE’s first two steam or gas turbine management “Speedtronic” systems. Both of these systems, which were released as the Mark I in 1969 and the Mark II in 1973, were created by GE to manage heavy-duty turbines in a way that would allow them to work more efficiently no matter the size or complexity of the system. These systems can manage a 4000 hp single unit but can also be reconfigured for the management of multi-turbine stations with combined cycles up to 400 Mw. While the MKI and MKII are considered obsolete now due to GE’s continued development and release of more technologically advanced systems, the MKI and MKII are in active use in many places due to GE’s original focus on making systems that would last.
The IC3600TSUJ1B has a small front panel with two openings at the top and bottom. The panel has two components, which are a red light marked “10C” and a push button marked “reset.”
The IC3600TSUJ1B has seven silver transistors (several from RCA) and six black button transistors. It is built with an orange aluminum electrolytic capacitor marked 12v 200 μf and another aluminum electrolytic capacitor marked 12v 100 μf. The board also has four ceramic capacitors, including one that is a 25V high voltage capacitor. The last capacitor on the board is made from silver mica. Diodes and resistors populate the board in several lines, most of which are mounted vertically.
The IC3600TSUJ1B has three Motorola integrated circuits that are all in the 7349 series. Surface wiring is used in several places on the board. The IC3600TSUJ1B is built with a line of fifty-one metal pins. These components are designed for communication purposes. The board is marked with the code 68A999202G1, the board number, and numbering, which appears on one edge.
Our team will protect the IC3600TSUJ1B with a static-reducing sleeve during shipment. Please review any retained manufacturer publications (manuals, data sheets) before installation for safety data and other pertinent information.
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