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    FSBUS Com PCB part list? need help cant find

    On the Part list it shows

    Capacitors

    C2 =220u
    C3 =100n
    C4,5,6,7 =1u


    Resistors

    R1,8,9 =220
    R2,3,5,6,13 =1k
    R4 =47
    R7 =220k
    R10 =22k
    R11 =100
    R12 =4k7

    But it doesn't say what kind or how many Volts or any thing so does anybody know for sure on which ones to order? Also look like i'm going to be running into the same problem when i try and order the parts for the DO64 PCB or the IO PCB

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    Hi

    The resistors are all 1/4 watt types.

    The capacitators:
    C4,5,6,7 = 1u and C2 =220u
    are 63 volt types.

    These values you can use for the other pcb's too.


    Good luck.


    Jan Geurtsen

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    The R12 =4k7 is that a 4.7 Mohm?



    The Capacitors

    C2 =220uF 63 volt types but cant seem to find any does anybody know where i can order some? Or would a 50 Volt work i found tons of thoughs?

    C3 =100n What is 100n?

    C4,5,6,7 =1uF 63 volt types --- same thing here cant find any and also woud a 50 volt work?

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    50 volt is ok.

    4K7 ohm means 4700 ohm. The K stand for kilo wich means 1000.
    4,7 x 1000 = 4700 ohm.

    100n stands for a capacitator of 100 nF, no voltage needed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan737 View Post
    50 volt is ok.

    4K7 ohm means 4700 ohm. The K stand for kilo wich means 1000.
    4,7 x 1000 = 4700 ohm.

    100n stands for a capacitator of 100 nF, no voltage needed.


    Jan
    Well that makes more since. And for the Capacitors

    C2 =220u 50V
    C4,5,6,7 =1u 50V
    Are both ok

    and the C3 =100n is that a Radial or what cant seem to find it as well

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    Yep both.
    Use a radial type for the capacitators.
    Where are you looking for the parts?
    They are very common.

    Jan

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    i live here in the US and i found this website to have almost all the parts that i needed and for cheap. http://www.futurlec.com thats unless you know of a cheaper web sight hint hint lol

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    have you made any FSBUS your self? if so do you have any pics of your setup

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    I think this is what you are looking for:

    C100UC - .1uF 50V Ceramic Capacitors




    .1 uf is the same as 100nF.



    Jan

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    also i cant seem to find a 4Mhz Resonator or a ZF 3.9 Diode.... what does the ZF or the 3.9 mean?

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