mzry wrote:STM? What the jeebus is that exactly?
itaboy wrote:I would be interested, As for the price, what can I say... I am not an expert, but something in the order 50-70 euros would be fine
spiny wrote:would it be possible to offer a psu with all the outputs (STM, floppys, 12v for US maybe 5v for Unicorn etc) but unboxed ? As in just solder headers for the power, for end users to make their own cables / cases? Or does this open you up to the less skilled solder types breaking stuff then moaning ?
Kubik wrote:One way to keep the price down would be to use standard PSU and just desing a case and cabling around it. If I paid something for Atari PSU, it would be for the look and feel, not the innards. Meanwell PSUs are pretty good and very reasonably priced - their 66W one (5V/12V) costs around twenty quids. I also assume those are CE certified. They also allow adjusting the 5V output voltage so you can compensate the cable losses.
(Just an example, I am sure there are many good quality PSUs around there, not just MeanWell).
People could do that already with the PSU board I already sell.
I did bulk but the cable sockets (maybe plugs cant remember) to make the cables ages ago so they could be sold separately.
exxos wrote:Yeah, I could go with a off the shelf PSU. But I'd rather build stuff myself and know its works properly. Even so, people could do that themselves anyway.
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