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Old 27 June 2008, 16:50   #1
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Looking for connectors for accelerators

Hello,

I can't find the information again. Can anyone tell me if it is still possible or not to find the connectors for the A1200 expansion port and the A3000/A4000 local bus port ?

Sorry for the stupid question. I'm quite sure of the answer but I need to verify.

Thanks.
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Old 27 June 2008, 21:53   #2
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Hello,

I can't find the information again. Can anyone tell me if it is still possible or not to find the connectors for the A1200 expansion port and the A3000/A4000 local bus port ?

Sorry for the stupid question. I'm quite sure of the answer but I need to verify.

Thanks.
Jens Schoenfeld (aka Individual Computers) have those connectors. And the rights to made 'em.

Ask him nicely, since some guy "borrow" a 50 units set and never pay nor return those for him.

BTW: How Zetr0 passes me his flu? I'm puzzled!
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That's a quite good news.. Let's hope it's possible to get one or two...
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Old 28 June 2008, 06:35   #4
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That's a quite good news.. Let's hope it's possible to get one or two...
If elsewhere fails...

Try to get a zombie* A1200 RAM expansion to rip the connector.


*Yeah, enough for horror stories.

But a tip: I had a really bad MediTator pass-through. One middle-pin scorched.

So what I did? Buy a new one from Elphux? Nope.

I dessoldered one of the edge's pins (the 5 firsts are not-connected) and replace the buggered one.

Look at pinout.ru for the A1200 trapdoor connector.
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Or part II of the DevCon93 for in depth informations
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Old 28 June 2008, 14:56   #6
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Imma curious as to what mischief you have planned my friend
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If you find a place that sells A3/4000 CPU slot connectors with a low MOQ and a reasonable price then I'd be up for 10 or so.
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Zetro: I was asking because I know someone able to make something.. But I won't get further, I don't want to give false hopes.
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