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  1. #1
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    Post PCB for dc-dc PSU

    Is there any chance that some one out there could build me a pcb to make sproggy's dc-dc psu (mk 2.5) on (http://www.sproggy.com). I dont have the expertise, although i could work it out with time, being a full time student i lack that too.

    Of course i will pay for it, once a fiar price is reached, and we work out a way to transfer money (I live in AU)

    cheers

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    i was thinking of asking my friend who is an electrical engineer to build one for me.

    could someone tell me which design i have to use on http://www.sproggy.com ?

    there is Mk1, MK2, Mk2.5, Mk2.6.
    which is the right one?

    TIA

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    mk 2.5 is good for at style boards, it supplys +/-12v and +/-5v, it can also be modified to output 3.3v.

    the mk 2.6 has a delayed power good signal, that some mobos require before they will power up.

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    My plans and progress on my install http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/hornet
    http://www.mp3vl.tk Plans and progress on my install - (Updated 28 June 02)
    Australian mp3car Portal
    mp3car related links Check them out / Add some
    mp3car FAQ - RTFF

    [########==]80% Assembling
    -=Current Progress: Working Sproggy supply, building box.=-

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