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#140398 - 13/02/2003 07:15 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
mkaye
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Registered: 23/08/1999
Posts: 48
I have 19 of the little SMT fuses that go behind the display header on the motherboard. If anyone needs one I'm more than happy to share!!

Ta,

M
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#140399 - 13/02/2003 07:23 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mkaye]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Thats cool.... Happen to have a part number?
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#140400 - 13/02/2003 08:08 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
lopan
old hand

Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Just posting the updated list

LED Hack
Button Materials
  • Buttons
  • 4 button leds: Lens Style/Size Round/3mm, Lead Style Radial, Millicandela Rating 1100, Voltage Rating 3.6V, Digikey Part 67-1606
  • 1 SMD resistor pack: 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)
    Knob Materials
  • Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
  • 1 SMD Transistor
  • 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
  • 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
  • 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    Sled Plugs
  • 1 Male Housing: Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01)
  • 1 Male Power Terminal: Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111
  • 22 Male Signal Terminals: Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111
  • Female Housing: (Back of Empeg) DigiKey part H10110-ND

    Internal Connectors
  • 10-pin header (male): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 89400-1020
  • 10-pin housing (female): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 87369-1000
  • Female contacts for above housing: Molex Part 50212-8100

    Mk1
  • Button Cap: Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461
  • Docking Connectors: Farnell parts RP16 and RS16

    Hard Drive
  • 2mm HD jumpers: Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red), Jameco Ė 119263, Digikey - A26244

    Fuse Replacement
  • SMD Fuse: FUSE 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

    Dimmmer Fix
  • SMD Capacitor: .01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor, Farnell Part 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)
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    #140401 - 13/02/2003 08:50 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    mlord
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    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Mmm... anybody got a part/order number for the tuner connectors --the one that is part of the sled harness?

    -ml

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    #140402 - 13/02/2003 08:52 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mlord]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    Perhaps Patrick can answer that one?
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    #140403 - 13/02/2003 10:00 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    mandiola
    enthusiast

    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    Hrm.. So something like this for the transistor? MMBT3906DICT-ND and 311-100CCT-ND for the 10k resistor? Sorry for asking so many questions.. I just dont want to blow up my empeg.

    -Greg

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    #140404 - 13/02/2003 10:33 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    qbasic309
    member

    Registered: 23/10/2002
    Posts: 110
    what about the vfd display?

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    #140405 - 13/02/2003 10:47 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: qbasic309]
    mandiola
    enthusiast

    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    The vfd screen is noritake MN12832E. Someone posted that they dont make them anymore unless you purchase a min of like 100.

    -Greg

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    #140406 - 13/02/2003 11:10 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    qbasic309
    member

    Registered: 23/10/2002
    Posts: 110
    well.. guess 100 of us need to place an order then.

    you know.. just in case.

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    #140407 - 13/02/2003 11:13 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    Don't be sorry thats what this whole thread is about! As far as blowing up your empeg, just make sure the resistor array checks out with a mutimeter and the display itself plugs in correctly (pin alignment), as far as the knob board just test it before you connect it to the empeg...

    As far as the parts you've come up with, they look good to me, but I'm no expert on things of that matter, perhaps Mark or someone with a little more expertise could look those over and give it a blessing?
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    #140408 - 20/02/2003 18:43 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    pgrzelak
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    Registered: 15/08/2000
    Posts: 4859
    Loc: New Jersey, USA
    <bump>

    This thread is too good to lose. In fact, it might be deemed worthy of a FAQ entry???
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    #140409 - 20/02/2003 20:19 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: pgrzelak]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Hm. Maybe. Anyone have anything else to add to the list?
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    #140410 - 20/02/2003 20:40 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    mandiola
    enthusiast

    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    I have the rest of the part numbers for the buttons led's. I'll post then when I get home.

    -Greg

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    #140411 - 26/03/2003 11:14 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    another update

    LED Hack
    Button Materials
  • Buttons
  • 4 button leds: Lens Style/Size Round/3mm, Lead Style Radial, Millicandela Rating 1100, Voltage Rating 3.6V, Digikey Part 67-1606
  • 1 SMD resistor pack: 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)

    Knob Materials
  • Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
  • 1 SMD Transistor: Digikey part MMBT390DICT-ND
  • 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
  • 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
  • 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    Sled Plugs
  • 1 Male Housing: Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01)
  • 1 Male Power Terminal: Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111
  • 22 Male Signal Terminals: Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111
  • Female Housing: (Back of Empeg) DigiKey part H10110-ND

    Internal Connectors
  • 10-pin header (male): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 89400-1020
  • 10-pin housing (female): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 87369-1000
  • Female contacts for above housing: Molex Part 50212-8100

    Mk1
  • Button Cap: Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461
  • Docking Connectors: Farnell parts RP16 and RS16

    Hard Drive
  • 2mm HD jumpers: Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red), Jameco Ė 119263, Digikey - A26244

    Fuse Replacement
  • SMD Fuse: FUSE 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

    Dimmmer Fix
  • SMD Capacitor: .01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor, Farnell Part 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)

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    Brett 60Gb MK2a with Led's

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    #140412 - 27/03/2003 14:24 Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    mlord
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Woo Hoo!

    I noticed one of the local parts shops had a new wall of Molex connectors on display recently, so today I returned with a tuner connector in hand, and.. Found it!

    Tuner Connector (M/F pair with pins): Molex/GC/Waldom WMF-3904PRT

    And on the back it has the individual Molex part numbers:

    UPDATED: corrected male/female, added Digikey numbers

    Recepticle (sled/dock end): 39-01-2080 (digikey WM3703-ND)
    Plug (tuner end): 39-01-2081 (digikey WM3603-ND)
    8pc. Male contacts (pins for tuner): 39-00-0041 (digikey WM2500-ND)
    8pc. Female contacts (pins for sled/dock): 39-00-0039 (digikey WM2501-ND)

    Retail cost at this place was about C$6 for the set, and these guys are generally expensive for most stuff.

    Cheers


    Edited by mlord (27/03/2003 14:48)

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    #140413 - 27/03/2003 14:45 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: mlord]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    LED Hack
    Button Materials
  • Buttons
  • 4 button leds: Lens Style/Size Round/3mm, Lead Style Radial, Millicandela Rating 1100, Voltage Rating 3.6V, Digikey Part 67-1606
  • 1 SMD resistor pack: 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)

    Knob Materials
  • Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
  • 1 SMD Transistor: Digikey part MMBT390DICT-ND
  • 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
  • 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
  • 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    Sled Plugs
  • 1 Male Housing: Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01)
  • 1 Male Power Terminal: Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111
  • 22 Male Signal Terminals: Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111
  • Female Housing: (Back of Empeg) DigiKey part H10110-ND

    Internal Connectors
  • 10-pin header (male): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 89400-1020
  • 10-pin housing (female): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 87369-1000
  • Female contacts for above housing: Molex Part 50212-8100

    Mk1
  • Button Cap: Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461
  • Docking Connectors: Farnell parts RP16 and RS16

    Hard Drive
  • 2mm HD jumpers: Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red), Jameco Ė 119263, Digikey - A26244

    Fuse Replacement
  • SMD Fuse: FUSE 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

    Dimmmer Fix
  • SMD Capacitor: .01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor, Farnell Part 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)

    Tuner
  • Tuner Connector (M/F pair with pins): Molex WMF-3904PRT
    Individual Parts
  • Recepticle (sled/dock end?): 39-01-2080 (digikey WM3703-ND)
  • Plug (tuner end?): 39-01-2081 (digikey WM3603-ND)
  • 8pc. Male contacts (pins for tuner): 39-00-0041 (digikey WM2500-ND)
  • 8pc. Female contacts (pins for sled/dock): 39-00-0039 (digikey WM2501-ND)


  • Edited by lopan (27/03/2003 14:52)
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    #140414 - 27/03/2003 14:47 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    mlord
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    EDIT: I've updated my post on tuner connectors -- you'll want to cut and paste again..

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    #140415 - 27/03/2003 14:48 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: mlord]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    damn... a little fast on the draw on that one...
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    #140416 - 27/03/2003 14:50 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    mlord
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Yeah. Oddly enough, what they call a "Plug" is what I think of as a "Recepticle" (the connector on the tuner). But I found pictures of them, and now corrected the naming, and added Digikey numbers.

    -ml

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    #140417 - 06/04/2003 09:20 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    In reply to:

    # Knob Materials
    # Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
    # 1 SMD Transistor: Digikey part MMBT390DICT-ND
    # 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
    # 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
    # 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    In reply to:



    I believe that there is a 6 missing in the transistor part number above. It should be MMBT3906DICT-ND

    Stu

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    #140418 - 06/04/2003 09:25 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: StigOE]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    In reply to:

    I used a BC857A transistor when I made my boards




    I tried that transistor and it didn't work for me. Layout and connections seem fine, but the LEDs won't light unless I bypass the transistor.

    Stu
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    #140419 - 06/04/2003 14:32 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: maczrool]
    mandiola
    enthusiast

    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    This is the complete list of (Digikey) parts I used to light my empeg:

    4 button leds, Digikey Part 67-1606
    1 SMD resistor pack, 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT

    1 SMD Transistor MMBT3906DICT-ND
    4 100 Ohm SMD resistors part 311-100CCT-ND
    1 10k Ohm SMD resistor 311-10KACT-ND
    4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608

    -Greg

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    #140420 - 19/05/2003 13:01 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    JBjorgen
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    Registered: 19/01/2002
    Posts: 3389
    Loc: Guadalajara, MX
    Anyone know a part number for laptop hdd screws to add a second drive?
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    #140421 - 19/05/2003 14:54 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608
    Were those the smaller ones for the 4-LED board, or were they the bigger ones originally intended for the 3-LED board hence causing trouble fitting them to the 4-LED board design?

    Lopan has been editing the list instead of posting a new copy, so I don't know if this number is an update since we discussed it in another thread.
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    #140422 - 19/05/2003 15:53 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    67-1607 is the part number for the smaller LEDs used in the 4-LED boards. 67-1608 are the larger ones used on the 3-LED boards.

    Stu
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    #140423 - 21/05/2003 21:27 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: maczrool]
    loren
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    Registered: 23/08/2000
    Posts: 3824
    Loc: SLC, UT, USA
    Anyone have a part number for the rotary encoder?? Mine is slipping all over the damn place on my MkII and the volume scaling is really intermittent... if that makes sense. It's the old click click kind.. i'd like to put on one of the newer quiet ones like the MkIIa's have.
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    #140424 - 21/05/2003 22:34 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: loren]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    It's an Alps product. It is probably part number EC11B15243BB or perhaps, EC11B15243BC. Good luck finding them. It won't be easy.

    Stu
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    #140425 - 21/05/2003 23:07 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: loren]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Anyone have a part number for the rotary encoder??
    Better question: Can the MK2-style analog-contacts-type rotary encoder be directly replaced with the MK2A-style optical rotary encoder without modifications to the display board?

    Sub-question: If Yes, can the optical version of the encoder be ordered with a round shaft instead of a keyed shaft? I happen to like the looks of the round shaft better when used with the backlit knob.
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    #140426 - 21/05/2003 23:33 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    maczrool
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    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    I don't know what the MK2 has for an encoder, but the one on my MK2A is definitely NOT an optical encoder- way too small for one thing, prohibitively expensive and unnecessary for another. I'm not even sure Alps makes an opitcal encoder.

    Stu
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    #140427 - 21/05/2003 23:36 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: maczrool]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    I could have sworn that someone once said the Mk2 was analog and the Mk2a was optical. I could certainly be wrong. I don't remember where I saw it.
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