[time-nuts] 5370B power supply control board
pete at petelancashire.com
Wed Feb 29 14:38:17 UTC 2012
That is exactly what happened here, the board is from a much earlier S/N range.
Even if I have to spend some $'s, the total price will still be
reasonable. That is
as long as I don't charge my time :-)
And with the 5370B being a pre-make-it-small design there's plenty of room for
subsitutions and air movement.
On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 5:51 AM, paul swed <paulswedb at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have obtain HP gear that someone snitched the power supply or regulator
> boards from. Since I ultimately will use the gear for myself and not
> re-sell it. I re-fabricate the functions with modern technology. 3 term adj
> regs etc. What can I say it works and is reliable. Is it perfect really do
> not know nor care. This also means that I may at times need to run some
> wires from point a to b to adapt the systems in.
> For me its about obtaining what ever that particular functionality may be.
> On a different note if its simply a bad part on a board I do attempt to use
> the same part.
> On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 11:18 PM, Pete Lancashire
> <pete at petelancashire.com>wrote:
>> I've finally got around to taking a look at the two $50 5370B I got last
>> One is missing the power supply control board.
>> The other said board is an old version -60006 instead of -60081, and
>> it's -15V is dead.
>> Add to that someone who should never be allowed to use a soldering
>> iron has had fun with it.
>> Before Iooking at options does someone have one to offer ? If not its
>> time to copy or
>> redesign and fab up a couple.
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