[vcf-midatlantic] Pet with 9" screen
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Mon Aug 19 12:27:01 EDT 2019
Personally I would replace all the components if necessary with the original component because it was working at one time.
if you cannot find the proper schematic you may have to reverse engineer it.
I think most of us have done that at one point or another.
But truthfully if you want to keep it original, it may come to that.
My extremely complicated, hand held electronic device.
> On Aug 19, 2019, at 12:21 PM, David Hoelzer via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> I've been slowly working my way through rebuilding the CRT board for a
> 9" 2001-32 PET. As I've been working, I've been discovering that the
> components on the board don't all match the specs in the documentation,
> but that's ok... Eventually I'll get together all of the pieces I'm
> missing and reassemble everything.. I'm working right now to figure out
> why the schematics call for a mylar capacitor but my board had a
> differently rated electrolytic.
> Anyway... I'm seriously thinking about taking a 9" LCD panel with a
> composite input and wiring up a composite converter circuit to the
> internal video connector on the board. I would dismount the CRT tube
> and put the LCD in in its place. Of course, I'll preserve the removed
> parts for posterity... but does this offend your sense of vintage
> stuff? Personally, it seems practical to me since I'd like to do some
> things with the PET... and the CRT is a potential major source of
> problems in addition to an energy hog/heat source.
> David Hoelzer
> Chief of Operations
> Enclave Forensics, Inc.
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