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Re: [midatlanticretro] Possible 1702A Burner Kit

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  • B Degnan
    Martin Eberhart has a very nice kit to build a 1702A and 1702 burner. I ordered one and it s very nice. He can be reached through the Altair and Cromemco
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 4 8:51 PM
      Martin Eberhart has a very nice kit to build a 1702A and 1702
      burner. I ordered one and it's very nice. He can be reached through
      the Altair and Cromemco user groups.
      Bill

      At 08:03 PM 4/4/2012, you wrote:
      >All,
      >
      >Speaking of the 1702A burner project, I'd been thinking about laying
      >out a proper PCB in case anyone else wanted to make one.
      >Unfortunately, with a pile of discrete components that would be a
      >large, expensive board to have etched at a fab house. So, I came up
      >with another idea.
      >
      >Rather than building the entire thing as a reproducable project, I
      >thought it might be interesting to produce I/O buffer modules,
      >capable of switching the high voltages required for 1702A burning.
      >That way, the hard-to-reproduce parts would be available for other
      >hobbyists, and the cost of making boards would be significantly less.
      >
      >Any input or interest on this idea? I'm not sure how many people are
      >even interested in being able to burn 1702As at home!
      >
      >Thanks,
      >Jonathan
      >
      >
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