Panasonic FS-A1GT power supply

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By Jipe

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16-02-2010, 18:59

original 100v

A=70
B=60
C=50
D=60
E=81

your model is too big

By Gradius2

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16-02-2010, 21:01

Thanks for dimensions Jipe, its ok.

Only D and C would be a real problem.

D is a bit more smaller (54 vs 60), the only problem perhaps is C, begin 17mm higher.

E might be a problem too due to ON/OFF switcher, keyboard and external case.

I can do some mod inside, so its ok.

If I use a smaller (800mA, 24W) version is just a little bit smaller:
A=80mm vs 89mm
B=70mm vs 83mm
C=58mm vs 67mm
D=46mm vs 54mm
E=97mm vs 107mm

C wouldn't be a problem anymore, but 24W is too on limit.

By Jipe

Paragon (1557)

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16-02-2010, 21:27

Under a ST 100v 21W
Under a GT 100v 22W

By Gradius2

Hero (643)

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16-02-2010, 23:07

Under a ST 100v 21W
Under a GT 100v 22W

I know, but it doesn't says is the max rated.

ST:
msx.retro8bits.com/msximages/fsa1sttype.jpg

GT:
msx.retro8bits.com/msximages/fsa1gttype.jpg

By Jipe

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17-02-2010, 12:12

the maximum is not important you can use a 100w if you want

the maximum dimension is important if you want put the transformer inside the Turbo-R

By Gradius2

Hero (643)

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17-02-2010, 14:34

the maximum is not important you can use a 100w if you want

the maximum dimension is important if you want put the transformer inside the Turbo-R

Well that one is just 42W and is already bigger.

There are few options when electronics comes around here on Brazil.

By Gradius2

Hero (643)

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08-09-2010, 23:37

Finally found it:

I: 127V or 220VAC (yes, bivolt, will put a switch on it) Wink
O: 15+15VAC @ 370mA

Weight: 460grams (a lot!)

Dimensions:
A: 72mm
B: 60mm
C: 50mm
D: 40mm
E: 83mm

Price: $11.5 bucks.

By flyguille

Prophet (3028)

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08-09-2010, 23:47

why not an external AC adaptor, and let the msx ORIGINAL, not loosing value!.

By Gradius2

Hero (643)

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08-09-2010, 23:53

why not an external AC adaptor, and let the msx ORIGINAL, not loosing value!.

Modding wont loss value at all, if well modded, and of course I would pay MORE for it (no kidding).

An external AC adaptor to me sucks totally, is impractical (at least to me), consomes more space, having another (and ugly in this case) thing aside me is a big no-no.

It might lossing value for MSX fanatics, but not to me, and I'm almost as "fanatic" as.

My 1st computer [mine at least] was indeed a MSX back in 1985.

1st one I used was a TK-83 (clone from ZX-81).

By Retrofan

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12-07-2013, 19:17

@Gradius2: did you finally succeeded with your power supply? Maybe other people can use that information as well.

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