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    FS: Sproggy Hard to Find Parts

    If you are interested I have most of the hard to obtain Sproggy 2.7 series and 3.0 series parts. I purchased the majority of these extra with the intent of building Sproogy's for friends, but it is just to much work and I am too lazy and they stink at soldering...

    Here is what I have: (all funds $US)

    Maxim Chips:
    (32) MAX787 $3 each
    (26) MAX788 $3 each
    (5) MAX766 $4 each
    (15) MAX1771 $4 each
    (18) LM2587-12T $3 each
    (30) 4049 $1 each
    (13) 47uH Inductor $4 each (various manufacturers)
    (8) T6 (Q4338-B) $5 each (various manufacturers)
    (6) 22 uH Inductor $4 each (various manufacturers)
    (10) 10uH Inductor $4 each (various manufacturers)

    Also have (2) fully assembled Sproggy 2.7 boards.... they have not been tested or used.... made from Mastero PCB and all correct parts.... $75 each.

    I will ship any qty. and any grouping to any place. Shipping will be determined once I know where it is going and I will charge no more than the post office charges me.

    Please understand all parts are new and never been used or soldered.... But I give no warranty.

    PayPal payment is preferred method, or Money Order....

    Let me know if you are interested.

    Quantities are being updated as they are sold..... new quantities are in RED

    Also, I forgot about the PayPal fees and since I am basically not making much if any profit on this I don't really care to make a loss.... so all order (after today) totals (parts and shipping) will be upped by 7% to cover PayPal....
    Post here or email at [email protected]

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    I have the Mastero 2.8+ version (two of them actually) and it is wonderful, survives a crank, works in extreme cold and looks cool too (I have the pretty coilcraft inductors.) I'm not sure what the difference is on the 2.7 version, but this seems like an incredible deal. If I didn't already have a spare 2.8+ sitting on my desk, I'd be buying.

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    Cool deal.....

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    Well Mastero and NONE inspired me to think... I am an idiot for selling the complete and built 2.7 for $50 each.... so notice the new price $75....

    Blame Mastero and None for enlightening me to the errors of my ways.... plus I was undercutting Mastero on his semi-finished boards on his site ($50 without the hard to get parts)..... and I would never want to do anything bad for Mastero... He is the BEST.... buy his semi-finished kits (www.mastero.tk) then get the difficult stuff from me... what a deal...

    So just to clarify the price for the Complete, Built and Non-tested, Non-used 2.7 Sproggy PSU's is $75 plus exact shipping costs...

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    I would like to purchase one of your 2.7's if you a willing to test it. No offense I'd hate to spend $75 to find out there is a bridged solder point and have to take the time to find it. As well is there a recommended shutdown controller for these PSU's. Would you be willing to cut a deal if I were to purchase both prebuilt units. Let me know I'd be paying with paypal.

    Thanks
    Squeeky

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    Sorry I forgot to ask, there was a 2.7-s and a 2.7/ATX. I assume theseare atx correct?

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    The PCB was purchased from Mastero, it is an ATX design.

    A link here to the PCB layout

    2.7 ATX Board

    As far as a deal for both at once, not really interested in that....

    I will test tonight and post here... pending that I didn't fry my DMM... I was thinking a voltage output from a little Power Regulator I had was low voltage DC, it was actually 1500 VAC..... The DMM has been acting weird since then...

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    Well if you are able to test,let me know as soon as you know it's working flawlessly. Was thinking about going ITPS and Epia, but this way I'd save money, survive crank, and not have to worry about getting a mini-itx, but use an cheaper micro-atx.

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    Well squeeky... my DMM is definately fried... I go across the Lawn Mower Battery and get over voltage....

    Can't test.... till I get a new DMM.... All I can say is that the relay clicks and I get voltage fluctuations on the +12VDC and +5VDC.... Damn DMM

    Maybe you should go with the ITPS....

    I will just hold off on selling these for now, untill I can test the units... It is not my intention to screw anybody.....

    Sorry for that....

    Buy the parts and build your own..... It is a lot of "fun".....

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    Any idea how much shipping one T6 or LM2587-12T to Finland would cost? If the part costs 3$ and shipping 10$ it doesn't sound too good...
    Still desinging a low budget carputer for GPS, Mp3, Internet...

    Celeron 366, 256MB, 15GB 3,5" HD, Sproggy MK?, somekind of TFT display...

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