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Re: 6502 CPU Board V1 components question

Yes these values are OK but in a large card/bus system may not be enough to pull up some lines.
Do yourself a  favor and buy a few 100 of the common values for the future.They cost next to nothing

On Monday, February 17, 2014 7:38:46 AM UTC-10, Fabio Battaglia wrote:
Thanks John,
this means in the worst case I can use my 5% resistors.
I don't have 1K/1.2K SIP-10 resistors, but I do have enough 1.5K, do you think those would be OK too?

Sorry to bother with such newbie questions :-P

On Monday, February 17, 2014 11:21:15 AM UTC+1, monahanz wrote:
1K or 1.2K's are fine. Dont have schematic in front of me but 1uF should be fine also

On Sunday, February 16, 2014 6:56:35 AM UTC-10, Fabio Battaglia wrote:
Hi everyone,
I'm still waiting for the components I need to complete my Z80 V2 board (which are still one week away...), but I noticed I have almost everything I need for the 6502 V1 card (http://s100computers.com/My%20System%20Pages/6502%20Board/Printing%20S100_6502-sch1.pdf) except two items, so I'm going on with this one.

The first component I'm missing is the bunch of 1.3kOHM resistor networks, and can't find them for sale anywhere with reasonable shipping: I do have loads of 1k3, 5%, 0.25W resistors. Would 5% tolerance be OK if I build the networks myself?
Second component is C5 capacitor on the output of the 7805 regulator: Is there any reason for it to be 1.2uF, or can I just go with the reccomended value in my regulator datasheet?