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Foxxz:
Can anyone ID the card edge connector on this board on Amazon? I'd like to spin a custom board to interface to these power supplies. I'd like to use an edge connector thats 90 degrees to the board instead of inline. Not mining related - I just want to mount a bunch of 12v barrel jacks onto a board to some SBCs.
https://www.amazon.com/XT-XINTE-Supply-Server-Adapter-Breakout/dp/B07G13TNMH/

Nusa:

--- Quote from: Foxxz on February 12, 2022, 03:52:46 am ---Can anyone ID the card edge connector on this board on Amazon? I'd like to spin a custom board to interface to these power supplies. I'd like to use an edge connector thats 90 degrees to the board instead of inline. Not mining related - I just want to mount a bunch of 12v barrel jacks onto a board to some SBCs.
https://www.amazon.com/XT-XINTE-Supply-Server-Adapter-Breakout/dp/B07G13TNMH/

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Maybe this? You'll have to confirm number of positions, pitch, card thickness are within specs and that it's the mounting style you want.
https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/te-connectivity-amp-connectors/1761468-1/2310803

Foxxz:
Thank you, that appears to be it. Using that part information, I was able to find a 90° version of the connector. Looks like 64 pins divided into 32 into two rows.

tsmith35:
Interesting coincidence. I found a similar search yesterday. Might provide additional information...

Cubdriver:
Hi all - my search abilities are failing me.  This:


is the 5 V regulator pass transistor used in an HP 1120-1526 digital panel meter and appears to be an NPN.  It is located at the top along the right edge of the image below, this is the solder-side view of the board and the transistor is viewed from the bottom; yellow is the unregulated feed into the collector and turquoise is the 5 V regulated line.

I'm currently working further to reverse engineer the regulator circuit, but would like to find the specs on the pass transistor.  Anybody recognize the old RCA part number?

Thanks.

-Pat

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