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|1st January 2009, 08:24 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2004
High Voltage Power Supply PCB "oopsie" Sale
I have on my three HV power supply PCB's that were made for someone's personal project of a Trancendent GG preamp, but had errors on the low voltage side.
The section of the PCB that had the error has been cut off and the HV side is stil perfectly good.
Boards are double sided, 2mm with plated through holes. Boards are 5-1/2"L x 3-1/4"W.
Because the Trancendant is (C) with commercial use prohibited (as stated, it was for someone's personal project), I can't post the schematic here and this is a one-shot "board oopsie" deal.
The usual terms:
- PayPal or hyperWALLET only.
- Email for shipping quote (post is changing the rates for the new year, so I can't list them here yet)
- Canada/USA ground post OK, overseas must be insured airmail.
- Email: geek <at> scorpiorising <dot> ca
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