On 8/26/2011 1:43 AM, Vanessa Ezekowitz wrote: > On Thu, 25 Aug 2011 22:39:16 -0500 > Jim Brain<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> In low profile situations like the 1541-II PCB under the mechanism, >> there is not enough room for a header, PCB, socket, and IC. A while >> back, I found CMD had sidestepped the issue by using an extremely low >> profile header on their JiffyDOS for the 1541-II. >> >> Pic for reference: http://postimage.org/image/2o6zinnk4/ >> >> Note that the header pins looks to be a thick plastic film "carrier". >> >> Anyone know a source or name for this option? Without something like >> this, uZoomFloppy and adapters for the 1541-II are not possible. >> >> Jim >> > To continue my earlier email, it looks like those boards use Advanced Peel-A-Way part number KS628-04TT. -51xx and -151xx will probably also work. Maybe -33xx also. Advanced has a part "builder" page to help figure out exactly what part is needed. > > These places appear to have access to them: > > http://www.semitrade.com/electronic-components/KS628-51TT-RTV-distributors > http://www.biscoind.com/cgi-bin/bbxpsearchnew.cgi?PART=KS628-50TG > http://www.esbparts.com/part.asp?search=KS628-04TG&sname=PNS&type=E&mfrfilter=34779 > http://www.asapsemi.com/requestquote.asp?id=KS628-51TT-RTV&mfr=ADVANCE%20ELECTRONICS > > (I'll have to leave it in your hands to decide which of these is legit; they all look reasonable to me) > > How CMD went about attaching them to the JiffyDOS board, I am not sure. I assume they stuck plain old header pins through the board, jammed the Peel-A-Ways onto them from the bottom and soldered into place. > > Good luck :-) > It's actually not a socket, but a header. From the web site, it looks like KS is the socket... I can't seem to find a header (male on both ends of the pins) part that fits. But, you are right, that does look like the option. I think I have the actual unit around here somewhere, I'll try to dig it up. Jim -- Jim Brain email@example.com www.jbrain.com Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-08-27 00:00:21
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