Need to get this power supply somehow

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  1. ASSEMbler

    ASSEMbler Administrator Staff Member

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    I need help finding this power supply.
     
  2. rso

    rso Gone. See y'all elsewhere, maybe.

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    skyway1985 Enthusiastic Member

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    Kev, that plug end is the same style as a neo geo CD plug, maybe you can build one from one of those? ( even though those go fro a premium right now too) but must be more common.
     
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    Looks like it'd be cheaper to commission one to an electrical engineer if you got the specs of the AC part.
     
  5. TriMesh

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    Presumably he wants an AC-HB1 rather than the P version - since it's a pretty safe assumption that the P will be 220V.
     
  6. ASSEMbler

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    Easier for me to make one. That said, I am just sticking it back into the box for another 20 years.
     
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  8. sabre470

    sabre470 Site Supporter 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015

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    Try the chaps @www.msx.org, it's your best bet to find someone who could have one of these. It's the same style plug as for the Panasonic MSX2 FS-A1+(MKII)
     
  9. CRTGAMER

    CRTGAMER Robust Member

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    Oh, no! Can you post a picture and info on the old computer (8 bit?) with television hookup? Appears to be two different voltage lines with a common ground, should be a simple build. As to the 3 box connector, you might be able to lop off a larger say six pin to fit.
     
  10. Bad_Ad84

    Bad_Ad84 The Tick

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    it's a dual dc and ac output. So its not as simple to build.

    Still doable though.
     

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