11/73 into 11/03 chassis?
Mark G. Thomas
Mark at Misty.com
Tue Feb 9 20:56:24 CST 2016
> On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 11:27 AM, Noel Chiappa <jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu>
> > Really, it's not that hard to upgrade an H9270-A (or the H9273-A in a
> > BA11-N)
> > to Q22 (I have done several of the latter); the transplant you speak of
> > (were
> > it possible) is on the same order of magnitude of work.
> > Noel
On Tue, Feb 09, 2016 at 01:36:24PM -0500, Jacob Ritorto wrote:
> So, since grafting in the Micro backplane would involve butcher work, I'm
> now wholeheartedly convinced that I should be moving to your setup with the
> BA11-N/S boxes, Noel. And I'm sold on the Q-22 backplane conversion
> (despite failing the first time I tried it years ago). Going to study what
> prints I have, review previous advice and go for it.
> Thank you for all the tips and hand-holding!
I just did this conversion to an oddball dual-wide backplane, and
it was extremely was easy. I used a bag of 50 pre-cut wire-wrap
jumpers which were a few dollars from Jameco or Digikey.
This page (which even mentions Noel!) has clear information and
pictures identifying the four pins involved:
Mark G. Thomas (Mark at Misty.com), KC3DRE
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