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Old 30 January 2013, 16:26   #1
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GB 1000 parts list thread

Hi all,

I created this thread so that we can list all info pertaining to the parts required for this project.

This is not intended as a troubleshooting thread. We can use this thread to identify prices, locations and availability to help everyone get the parts they need at the lowest price. Any tech questions should be put in the thread that was created by PJM.

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=67460

I will add a little table to this post as people give info so we can see all the resources available quickly and be able to compare..

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Old 30 January 2013, 22:31   #2
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I opened the project in eagle and generated parts list in which creates qunataties etc

eagle didnt like some names so it added a @<nbumber> after some devices.

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Partlist exported from /home/sgeorge/downloads/a1k/a1kboard_00/Eagle/A1000_Board_04.sch at 1/30/13 2:43 PM

Qty Value      Device     Package    Parts                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Description
1   1-5pF      C-TRIM@3   C-TRIM-1   C59
2   100R       R-MELF@3   0204       R58, R59
1   100k       R-MELF@3   0204       R63
107 100nF      C-1206-K@5 1206       C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8, C9, C10, C11, C12, C13, C14, C15, C16, C17, C21, C22, C23, C24, C25, C26, C27, C28, C29, C30, C31, C32, C33, C34, C35, C50, C52, C53, C54, C60, C61, C62, C63, C64, C65, C66, C67, C68, C69, C70, C71, C72, C73, C78, C84, C88, C96, C97, C99, C103, C106, C107, C108, C109, C110, C111, C112, C115, C116, C117, C118, C119, C120, C121, C122, C123, C125, C126, C127, C128, C130, C131, C132, C133, C134, C135, C136, C137, C138, C139, C140, C141, C142, C143, C144, C145, C146, C147, C148, C149, C150, C151, C152, C153, C154, C155, C156, C157, C158, C159, C160, C165
12  100pF      C-1206-K@5 1206       C36, C37, C38, C39, C40, C41, C56, C57, C58, C100, C101, C102
2   100uF      C-7243-T   7243       C18, C20
3   10R        R-MELF@3   0204       R27, R50, R51
1   10UH       10UH       L-10UH     L24
1   10k        G04R       SIL5       RN2
11  10k        R-MELF@3   0204       R30, R33, R34, R42, R43, R52, R53, R56, R64, R128, R129
1   10nF       C-1206-K@5 1206       C98
2   10uF       C-1812-K   1812       C83, C86
5   10uF       C-7243-T   7243       C55, C77, C89, C104, C105
1   10uH       10UH       L-10UH     L26
1   150R       R-MELF@3   0204       R29
1   180R       R-MELF@3   0204       R106
4   1K         R-MELF@3   0204       R21, R22, R28, R38
1   1M         R-MELF@3   0204       R65
1   1R         R-MELF@3   0204       R24
1   1k         G04R       SIL5       RN3
1   1k         G08R@4     SIL9@4     RN9
12  1k         R-MELF@3   0204       R31, R35, R44, R48, R49, R60, R61, R66, R110, R111, R118, R123
1   1k         TRIM-G     R-POT-G    R26
2   1nF        C-1206-K@5 1206       C48, C49
2   1uF        C-1206-K@5 1206       C44, C47
1   20pF       C-1206-K@5 1206       C79
4   220uF      C-7243-T   7243       C42, C43, C45, C46
6   22R        R-MELF@3   0204       R1, R2, R3, R68, R69, R70
1   22k        R-MELF@3   0204       R62
2   22uF       C-7243-T   7243       C94, C95
1   27C256     27C256@2   DIP28-6@2  IC34
1   27C400     27C400     DIP40-6    IC12
1   27C4096    27C4096    DIP40-6    IC13
1   29F800     29F800     TSOP48     IC60
1   2K2        R-MELF@3   0204       R107
1   2N3906     2N3906     MPF102     T3
1   2k21       R-MELF@3   0204       R115
1   2k7        R-MELF@3   0204       R54
2   3,9nF      C-1206-K@5 1206       C82, C87
1   32kHz      Q-HC49     Q-UHR      Q1
1   330R       R-MELF@3   0204       R55
1   332R       R-MELF@3   0204       R121
17  33R        R-MELF@3   0204       R6, R12, R14, R17, R19, R83, R84, R85, R86, R87, R88, R89, R90, R91, R92, R93, R94
3   33R2       R-MELF@3   0204       R116, R117, R122
4   390R       R-MELF@3   0204       R37, R40, R45, R46
1   39pF       C-1206-K@5 1206       C51
1   3K32       R-MELF@3   0204       R36
1   4,7uF      C-3528-T   3528       C164
1   470R       G08R@5     SIL9@5     RN14
2   470R       R-MELF@3   0204       R39, R82
2   470k       R-MELF@3   0204       R41, R47
1   47K5       R-MELF@3   0204       R25
8   47R        R-MELF@3   0204       R95, R96, R97, R98, R99, R100, R101, R102
4   47nF       C-1206-K@5 1206       C90, C91, C92, C93
12  47uF       C-7243-T   7243       C1, C2, C19, C74, C76, C113, C114, C124, C129, C161, C162, C163
5   48 OHM/6A  L-1206     1206       L90, L100, L101, L102, L103
3   4K7        R-MELF@3   0204       R103, R104, R105
2   4k7        G04R       SIL5       RN10, RN13
1   4k7        G08R@4     SIL9@4     RN12
3   4k7        G08R@5     SIL9@5     RN1, RN15, RN16
23  4k7        R-MELF@3   0204       R5, R67, R76, R77, R78, R79, R80, R81, R108, R109, R112, R113, R114, R119, R120, R124, R125, R126, R127, R130, R131, R132, R134
1   5-40pF     C-TRIM@3   C-TRIM-1   C80
4   514400     514400     SOJ26/20   IC7, IC8, IC9, IC10
1   5M6        R-MELF@3   0204       R32
2   6,8nF      C-1206-K@5 1206       C81, C85
1   680R       R-MELF@3   0204       R57
1   68R        E4R@2      SIL8@2     RN4
14  68R        R-MELF@3   0204       R4, R7, R8, R9, R10, R11, R13, R15, R16, R18, R20, R71, R72, R73
1   7,5pF      C-1206-K@5 1206       C75
1   7406       7406@2     DIP14      IC47
1   7407       7407@2     DIP14      IC49
1   74AC08     7408       SO14       IC80
1   74AC74     7474       SO14       IC78
1   74F04      7404@2     DIP14      IC51
1   74F163     74160      DIP16      IC29
2   74F245     74245      SO20L      IC58, IC59
1   74F521     74520@2    DIP20      IC16
1   74F74      7474       DIP14      IC30
1   74HC04     7414       DIP14      IC28
1   74HC05     7404@2     DIP14      IC79
1   74HC157    74157@2    DIP16      IC22
2   74HC245    74245@2    DIP20      IC23, IC24
1   74HC32     7432@2     DIP14      IC46
4   74HC541    74541@2    DIP20      IC3, IC4, IC5, IC6
2   74HC573    74573@2    DIP20      IC1, IC2
3   74LS245    74245@2    DIP20      IC17, IC35, IC36
1   74LS373    74373@2    DIP20      IC15
1   825k       R-MELF@3   0204       R133
1   90R9       R-MELF@3   0204       R23
1   AGNU8375   AGNU8375   PLCC84     IC52
1   AMBER      AMBER@3    PLCC68     IC20
3   BAS32L     D-BAS32L   SOD-80     D1, D2, D3
2   CIA_8520   CIA_8520   DIP40-6    IC40, IC43
1   COMP       CINCH-B    CINCH-B    X6
16  CY7C1049   CY7C1049   SOJ36/4    IC62, IC63, IC64, IC65, IC66, IC67, IC68, IC69, IC70, IC71, IC72, IC73, IC74, IC75, IC76, IC77
1   DENISE     DENISE     DIP48-6    IC26
1   DIN-8      DIN-8      DIN-8      X5
1   DISK       F23H_FC@2  F23H_FC@2  X14
1   DISK_INT   ML34       ML34       SV1
1   DS1488     DS1488     DIP14      IC44
1   DS1489     DS1489     DIP14      IC45
1   EXPANSION  SLOT-86    LKOT-43    X20
86  FB         L-1206     1206       L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L6, L7, L8, L9, L10, L11, L12, L13, L14, L15, L16, L17, L18, L19, L20, L21, L22, L23, L25, L27, L28, L29, L30, L31, L32, L33, L37, L44, L45, L46, L47, L48, L49, L50, L51, L52, L53, L54, L55, L56, L57, L58, L59, L60, L61, L62, L63, L64, L65, L66, L67, L68, L69, L70, L71, L72, L73, L74, L75, L76, L77, L78, L79, L80, L81, L82, L83, L84, L85, L86, L87, L88, L89, L91, L92, L94, L95, L96, L97, L98, L99
10  FB         L-1206@2   1206       L34, L35, L36, L38, L39, L40, L41, L42, L43, L93
1   FRONT      SLOT-86    LKOT-43    X19
3   GAL16V8-15 GAL16V8    DIP20@2    IC14, IC18, IC33
3   GAL16V8-25 GAL16V8    DIP20@2    IC19, IC31, IC32
4   GAL20V8-15 GAL20V8    DIP24-3    IC53, IC54, IC55, IC56
1   GARY       GARY       DIP48-6    IC50
1   Game       M09H_FC@2  M09H_FC@2  X2
1   J1         SL3-1      SL3-1      X4
1   J2         SL3-1      SL3-1      X16
1   JUM-BR     JUM-BR     JUMPER     S1
5   JUM-BR     JUM-BR@2   BRUECK-S   S2, S3, S7, S5, S6
1   KEYBOARD   RJ10       RJ10       X15
1   L-1206     L-1206@2   1206       L104
1   LEFT       CINCH-B    CINCH-B    X10
1   LI-3V6     LI-3V6     LI-3V6     BAT1
1   LM339      LM339      DIP14      IC48
1   LSI1024    LSI1024@5  PLCC68@4   IC57
1   MC68030RC  MC68030RC  PGA-128    IC37
1   MC68881RC  MC68881RC  PGA-68     IC38
1   ML10       ML10       ML10       SV4
1   ML14       ML14       ML14       SV3
1   ML40       ML40       ML40       SV2
1   MOL-2      MOL-2      MOL-2      X26
2   MOL-4      MOL-4      MOL-4      X23, X24
2   MPF102     MPF102     MPF102     T1, T2
3   MSM514221  MSM514221  DIP16      U470, U471, U472
1   MSM6242    MSM6242    DIP18      IC39
1   Mouse      M09H_FC@2  M09H_FC@2  X1
1   NE564      NE564      DIP16      IC27
1   PAULA      PAULA      DIP48-6    IC41
1   PLED       MOL-2      MOL-2      X13
1   PRINTER    M25H_FC@2  M25H_FC@2  X11
1   PSG-7      PSG-7      PSG-7      X22
2   QUARZ      QUARZ@2    Q-DIL14    IC11, IC61
2   R-MELF     R-MELF@3   0204       R135, R136
1   RGB        M23H_FC@2  M23H_FC@2  X3
1   RIGHT      CINCH-B    CINCH-B    X9
1   ROM        SL3-1@2    SL3-1      X21
1   RS232      F25H_FC@2  F25H_FC@2  X12
1   SL22-2-2   SL22-2-2   SL22-2-2   X25
1   SL3-1      SL3-1      SL3-1      X7
1   SL3-1      SL3-1@2    SL3-1      X8
2   SMD-BR     SMD-BR     BRUECKE    S4, S8
1   TL084      TL084      DIP14      IC42
4   UPD42101   UPD42101   DIP24-3    U473, U474, U475, U479
2   VIDEO_H    VIDEO_H    SIP22      IC21, IC25
1   ZORRO-II   SLOT-100@2 SLOT-100@2 X18
1   n.b.       G04R       SIL5       RN5
2   n.b.       R-MELF@3   0204       R137, R138
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Upped as CSV

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Jameco has 100 pin cardedge Zorro slots for US$0.49 each. http://www.jameco.com/1/1/43035-ec50...card-edge.html
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does not say what the pitch is... if its 2.54mm or 3something mm etc. I guess for 50cents... no big loss if its wrong pitch
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does not say what the pitch is... if its 2.54mm or 3something mm etc. I guess for 50cents... no big loss if its wrong pitch
they are 0.100" (2.54mm) pitch so that is the correct pitch
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Hmm, I need to order $30 worth which would be over 100 for them to ship to the uk and woud be at least $70 shipping. But they are soooo cheap. What pinage is the A1200s connector or the 600s for that matter?

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I'll give a little insight on what i intend to do as supplying parts. I don't want to order the parts until the boards have been bought, that way i know there is a definite demand from people and people have had a chance to see what parts they can source elsewhere. I will order some parts for those people that want me to but please realise this is a slow process of sourcing, gathering etc.

Obviously it is going to be cheaper when the parts come from the least amount of sources. It is going to take a while as some of the places the parts come from use free shipping which is more often than not very slow so for those people who expect "wham bam thank you Ma'am" its not going to happen that way. I won't be able to supply the custom Amiga chips so it is time to start bidding on Ebay etc for those that need an Amiga to scavenge parts. I do have some new 23 pin floppy edge connectors so first come first served for those items.

I think everyone is excited to try to get this completed as soon as possible and it is a slow process with so many different variable involved to get this project completed so please be patient

I will be able to program all the GAL's and the TSOP and the prices for those components are relatively cheap. Remember also that some of the components on the board are optional E.G, the Amber chip, the Zorro riser and i believe the scandoubler. I think the best way to go would be to purchase the Indivision ECS to provide video output, (Needless to say supply of the Indi ECS may get stretched.) I'm juggling my time with a few projects and other demands on the go so I'll be scanning posts and answering questions when i can.
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Hmm, I need to order $30 worth which would be over 100 for them to ship to the uk and woud be at least $70 shipping. But they are soooo cheap. What pinage is the A1200s connector or the 600s for that matter?
i can order 100 of them and the total including shipping would be ~$80 so it would work out at about $0.80 each. That would be using US post office. NEVER !! use UPS when buying from the USA, theey are thieves and add on ridiculously high brokerage fees
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I'm happy to order them and have them dispatched to you once we have payed orders finalised plus anything else useful that they have. Entirely up to you when we're closer to the time .
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I'm happy to order them and have them dispatched to you once we have payed orders finalised plus anything else useful that they have. Entirely up to you when we're closer to the time .


probably cheaper for me to order them myself, may as well keep it simple
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Ok but if there's anything you want me to help with let me know. I intend to buy two CPUs and the memory from yourself if you go ahead.

I suppose I should point out in the opening posts that this build is taking most people about a year to complete, it won't be an overnight thing. With so many per orders I do hope people understand this.
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Ok but if there's anything you want me to help with let me know. I intend to buy two CPUs and the memory from yourself if you go ahead.

I suppose I should point out in the opening posts that this build is taking most people about a year to complete, it won't be an overnight thing. With so many per orders I do hope people understand this.
Not only the time demands on this project, but there is a great deal of cost involved to have a completed fully operational board. Also, some skills in using an oscilloscope and a multimeter would not hurt either.
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does someone know exactly what parts can be extradited from an A500 motherboard?

I know you can use the game ports, db23 connectors etc.
possible the oddball 28.3751 oscillator? I see one on an a500 mobo image, but dont know if its socketed.

odd chips (some probably are board revision dependant)
74HC245's
74F74
DS1489
DS1488
8250 CIA's
Paula

obviously heat gun or good desoldering skills required.
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I was wondering, what kind of Fat Agnus 8375 was required? Is it the A600 one?
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The A600s or A500+. Is easier to extract from a 500+ though as the A600 is surface mounted.
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Here are available some amber ic.

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Here are available some amber ic.

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And they have 175 X Super Denise 8373 the ECS one!
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is anyone going to put digikey part numbers on the parts ?or farnell part numbers for bits would help.
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is anyone going to put digikey part numbers on the parts ?or farnell part numbers for bits would help.
Revising my 2008 GBA1000 component/build sheet to my GBA1000-v4 build. Components will be hyper linked by part number to their respective vendor. BOMs will also be created for Digi-Key and Farnel/Newark. Slow go at the moment with time spread thin amongst many other family/work responsibilities, but its getting done.

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