The IC3600VDAC1C is a PCB component for the Mark I or Mark II series. These series were designed for gas and steam turbine management and were the first two Speedtronic series ever put out by GE. The initial Speedtronic series was designed to be adaptable, scalable, long-lasting, and were meant to improve the efficiency of GE’s heavy-duty turbines, whether they were running as a single unit or as part of a larger system. To that end, the MKI and MKII can be used to manage everything from a single 4000 hp unmanned drive to a full-scale power plant up to 400 Mw combined cycles. These systems are no longer supported by General Electric and are now considered obsolete due to the creation of newer designs. However, the MKI and MKII remain in use in many places around the world.
The IC3600VDAC1C is a D/A converter board. This PCB is populated with six potentiometers, including three lines up along the front edge. Trim potentiometers are often used to calibrate equipment and/or circuits. Twelve red LED (light emitting diodes) populate one edge. The LEDs are housed in a long, gray bar that is open toward the front. The LEDs are grouped by fours.
The IC3600VDAC1C has five transistors and eight integrated circuits. The board uses ceramic capacitors of several styles. Metal film resistors, as well as diodes, are mounted to the board vertically. 006/04, ICC, 002,07, and 68A944909G1 are all markings found on the surface of the board. Most components carry a numbered designator.
Our team at AX Control will wrap the IC3600VDAC1C in a static-reducing covering before it is carefully packed and shipped to your facility. We suggest review of installation instructions and safety data before unboxing your part. This information may be found in publications from GE like manuals and datasheets.