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Thanks for your advises.

 

You can follow my simple guide to build one for about $20.00

 

Glen, did you realize it is a link to your video I quoted in the post that is just before yours :-).

 

I'm currently following this path but please note in the side of the Atlantic ocean Mean Well power supply cost in about twice the price you mentionned (about 35€ VAT included !), so the total cost for the PSU plus cable will be closer to 40€ !!

 

JihemB

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OK. Thanks for letting me know.

Best wishes for recovery for Rey's familly.

 

In meantime, does someone has a B plan to suggest ?

 

JihemB

Thank you my friend. It's been awhile since I was on here. I appreciate the support and hope to be back and active sooner than later. Things still aren't great and am dealing with health issues myself. I especially wanted to thank dmcdream and TPR for their patience and understanding who have been waiting a long time for me to finish their mods due to this situation.

 

My hope is to have another run of these sometime this year after I finish with Rob and Allen.

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Hi everyone.

 

It took a while but I followed Glen's advises and video to cable a power supply from the Mean Well PSU.

I order the PSU on eBay from a UK supplier as a result the PSU itself costed me 33€ (about $38 today) including shipping.

 

I ran the Adam/Coleco for about 5 hours without any problem :-).

 

JihemB

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Hi Milli.

 

I guess the PSU can also be used for the C64 and the Amiga family, right ?

 

Looking at your picture I see 110v input. Why not add a 240/110v selector to gain potential European customers... like me ?

 

JihemB

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Hi Milli.

 

I guess the PSU can also be used for the C64 and the Amiga family, right ?

 

Looking at your picture I see 110v input. Why not add a 240/110v selector to gain potential European customers... like me ?

 

JihemB

 

It doesn't need a selector switch - it does it internally:

 

Input Voltage (VAC) 88 to 264

Input Frequency 47 to 63

 

Milli

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