Started by khaz, 01:34, 20 June 16
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Quote from: khaz on 13:15, 20 June 16I got it from retrocables.es. The brick directly outputs +5V and +12V, with a 4pin DIN connector. Then the +5V is routed to the tip of one connector, the +12V is routed to the sleeve of the other, and one GND runs along the +5V. There are always four wires, just at the DIN interface the other GND wire isn't connected. I did some mods on the cables and CPC though: I modified the Scart cable so that it takes its fast switch signal from normalised sync instead of external +5V and removed the extra connector; I took +5V and GND directly from the board (one of the RAM chip legs iirc) to power an external drive, so that it switches on with the computer. That's all. It's this one exactly. The NIMO ALM035:Electrónica Molgar - ALM035
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