x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by dnigrin on Wed May 27, 2009 9:03 pm

Subatomic glue has info on which molex connectors he used on his mods page:

http://www.subatomicglue.com/x0xl0g/mod ... guide.html

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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by katarakt on Thu May 28, 2009 5:18 am

Ok, but he used parts which must be crimped! The cable you see in my picture is soldered, there's no need for additional parts! Excellent for x0x.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by niksun on Thu May 28, 2009 8:02 am

This summer I plan to build another self-sourced x0x. I will try out a few different cabling solutions and add the one I think fits best to the BOM. Of course, I have no problems with others piping in their solutions if they've worked well.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by katarakt on Thu May 28, 2009 10:25 am

This is good niksun, add everything you think is good so everyone can choose.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by Disgruntled on Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:23 pm

Hi folks,
Im currently throwing together some orders for various parts to do a self source x0x build. And so far ive run into a couple of issues with the BOM.
Firstly, I had been using the 1.9 BOM, as thats what was linked to in the first post. I didn't realise until today that later in the post theres a V2.0 BOM. I think it makes sense to edit the original post to have the latest BOM, no?

Currently, im doing the Mouser order and found 2 problems that I hope you guys can assist with in some way.

1,7805 v-reg 515-mc78m05ct. Comes back as obsolete, but does suggest 515-lm78m05ct as an alternative. Is this ok?

2, Optional 8 pin socket for rare parts. 571-1-390261-2 comes back completely unrecognised. An error?

Thanks in advance for the help 8) I'll update here later incase I find any other issues.

[EDIT] No other issues found with the BOM. Just the 2 X 3.5mm mono sockets currently on backorder at Digikey. But obviously thats not any fault with the BOM.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by niksun on Thu Jul 02, 2009 8:34 am

Disgruntled wrote:1,7805 v-reg 515-mc78m05ct. Comes back as obsolete, but does suggest 515-lm78m05ct as an alternative. Is this ok?

This looks fine to me; the specs. are the same. I'll update the BOM in a few weeks.

Disgruntled wrote:2, Optional 8 pin socket for rare parts. 571-1-390261-2 comes back completely unrecognised. An error?

There's no error for me. The link takes me here.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by Disgruntled on Thu Jul 02, 2009 8:57 am

Thanks niksun :)
I ordered the substitute regulator already anyway now. As for the optional socket. I don't know whats up with that. I tried it several times last night, and it simply wasn't recognised. But as a non essential part, I decided to leave it out.

All parts are on their way to me in the UK now 8) Its not worked out as cheap as I hoped?! But still cheaper than buying a ready built x0xb0x from an opportunist on eBay ;) Much of the additional expense has come from international shipping costs and customs charges etc..
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by Ldom on Mon Jul 06, 2009 5:22 pm

Is the power jack connector missing from the BOM?

I have ordered pretty much everything from the BOM and now that I'm starting to build the box, I can't find the 2.1mm Power Jack connector (ref = POWER in the power supply build manual)...

I guess I'll find it on any good ol' electronic store.

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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by Disgruntled on Mon Jul 06, 2009 5:33 pm

Ldom, Im looking at it now on the V2.0 BOM (I'd be surprised if its not in the older ones too). Its in the Digikey section, between Midi and Mono jack sockets.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by Ldom on Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:09 am

It was in the digikey order that I received today so I guess it really was in the digikey section of the older 1.9 BOM I was using... Thanks a lot.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by evanw on Thu Jan 28, 2010 12:54 pm

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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by niksun on Sat Jan 30, 2010 6:27 pm

Actually, the latest version of the BOM is now v2.0 (last modified April 25, 2009). I fixed the link in this thread, but in case you don't want to search for it, here it is! I figure I should check for latest items/prices and make a v2.1. Maybe soon...

By the way, a Google Docs version is actually very nice. Only thing is that you have to make it viewable to everyone. As it stands now, I can't view it since I don't have access to that document.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by niksun on Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:22 pm

OK. A new version of the BOM with current pricing and replacements for obsolete parts: x0xb0x BOM v2.1! I'm also posting a new topic on this.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by evanw on Tue Feb 02, 2010 1:08 am

Oh sorry I thought it was viewable to every one I'll go fix that.
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Re: x0xb0x BOM v1.9 attached (last updated March 6 2009)

by digraph on Wed Mar 10, 2010 10:45 am

I placed my mouser order on monday. The following all are EOL'd?

140-PF2A682K Polyester .0068uF
140-PM2A224K Polyester .22uF
140-XRL16V47-RC 47uF ELECT
140-XRL10V1000-RC 1000uF ELECT

Obviously replacements were easy. Although I did have to accept some slightly different sized caps. I tried to view jpgs of completed boards to see if any of these were a super tight fit but really couldn't make out that much detail. I'll post if I run into any problems.

Also for those ordering soon, the 74HC595N's first ship date is July. So I'll be picking that up elsewhere.
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