IC3600APAB1 - Power Amplifier Board

IC3600APAB1 - Power Amplifier Board IC3600APAB1 - Power Amplifier Board

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Part No: IC3600APAB1
Manufacturer: General Electric
Product Type: Power Amplifier Board
Series: Mark II
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 2.90 lbs
Dimensions: 19.00 x 12.50 x 3.50
Country of Origin: USA


IC3600APAB1 is a Power Amplifier Board manufactured and designed by General Electric and is part of the Mark I & II Series used in gas turbine control systems. A power amplifier board is a circuit board that is designed specifically for amplifying electrical signals to a higher power level. It is commonly used in audio systems, RF (radio frequency) applications, and other electronic devices that require a boost in signal strength. The power amplifier board typically consists of various components such as transistors (bipolar junction transistors or field-effect transistors), capacitors, resistors, and inductors. These components work together to amplify the input signal and provide the desired power output. The key function of a power amplifier board is to take a low-power signal and increase its voltage, current, or both while maintaining the fidelity of the original signal. The amplification process allows the signal to drive speakers or other loads with sufficient power to produce sound or perform other tasks.


Power amplifier boards can vary in features depending on their intended application and design. Here are some common features you may find in power amplifier boards:

Power Rating: Power amplifier boards come in various power ratings, typically measured in watts. The power rating determines the maximum output power the amplifier can deliver to the load.

Input/Output Impedance: The input and output impedance of the amplifier board affects how it interacts with the signal source and load. Matching the impedance ensures efficient power transfer and avoids signal reflections or distortions.

Amplification Class: Power amplifiers are classified into different classes (such as Class A, Class AB, and Class D) based on their operating characteristics and efficiency. The class of the amplifier affects factors like power efficiency, linearity, and distortion.

Channel Configuration: Power amplifier boards can be designed as mono (single-channel) or stereo (dual-channel) configurations. Stereo amplifiers allow for the amplification of two separate audio channels.

Control Interfaces: Some amplifier boards offer control interfaces for adjusting volume, tone, and other parameters. These interfaces can be in the form of physical knobs, buttons, or digital controls such as serial communication (e.g., I2C, SPI) or Bluetooth connectivity.

WOC has the largest stock of GE Speedtronic Gas Turbine Control System Replacement Parts. We can also repair your faulty boards. WORLD OF CONTROLS can also supply unused and rebuilt backed-up with a warranty. Our team of experts is available round the clock to support your OEM needs. Our team of experts at WOC is happy to assist you with any of your automation requirements. For pricing and availability on any parts and repairs, kindly get in touch with our team by phone or email.


What is the difference between a power amplifier board and a regular amplifier?

A power amplifier board is a specific type of amplifier designed to amplify electrical signals to a higher power level, typically for applications like audio amplification or radio frequency transmission.

How are boards packaged for shipment from WOC?

Parts are placed in antistatic packets and securely packed in ESD boxes cushioned with ESD Foam designed to safeguard electrical components.

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