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Re: [N8VEM-S100:2702] Re: Interest, Discussion and R&D on a 18 Slot S100 Backplane & ATX PSU board.

Thanks for the update.  Please let us know how the boost-converter design is coming along.  In the meantime, I (and many others) will be looking forward to the "plain" ATX board :->.

BTW, for those who haven't already acquired enough S100 connectors, a cost-effective supplier (in the US, anyway) is Anchor Electronics.  Catalog: http://anchor-electronics.com/price-list.pdf 

On Page 17 you'll find that for the 100-pin edgeboard connectors:

  Solder-tail $3.95
  Wire-wrap $6.95

Best prices that I've found *anywhere* (excepting occasionally on eBay for WW). Note that shipping is FedEx (no exceptions), so the actual cost-delivered will be higher per-item.  Orders only phone-or-fax.

They are a great source for numerous hard-to-find components.

On Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 6:37 AM, Ants Pants <rota...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Paul,
no problems, glad you got it sorted :-) yes i have a list of people wanting an ATX board.. it basically sets out the various voltages coming from an ATX PSU so good for lab supplies etc. im also working on another board that supplies +8V aswell as the other voltages, with that said.. actually working on two designs, one with quad LT1083 and another design with quad LM338.. working out which one is the more stable circuit. but this will not be for some time if any. 

i will however release the "ATX breakout board" in a month and see how many people are interested and if any changes are desired.

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