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TurboFreezer XL/XE 2011 in a remake of 2016

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Hello Panos

 

A couple of years ago, mega-hz developed an add-on PCB for the TF2011. I'm not sure what I was supposed to do (bad memory, can't remember), but maybe you could consider (re)building that one too.

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

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Could I have a rough idea of the price?

 

 

I'd like a rough idea as well.

 

Thanks!

 

For now I can only give as a reminder the cost in the past, which was 70 euro for each. Both adapters they were included on this price.

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I'm in with one Freezer without any adapter!

 

Background:

 

I have one Freezer 2010 and two adapters. One for the XE and the other for the XL.

My intention was to save money and swap the freezer easily from one adapter to the other.

That's theorie... It's always delicate to remove the freezer from the socket without bending the pins.

The day will come and one or more of the 50 pins will stuck in the socket...

 

Just my experience to warn other atarians with the same intention.

 

Best regards

 

Tigerduck

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@Tigerduck

The new Freezer construction have only one connector, therefore don't need excessive force to remove or place it on its socket.

But I am agree with you, cause the removal and place isn't something for daily use. Or worse just for fun.

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Hello Panos

 

A couple of years ago, mega-hz developed an add-on PCB for the TF2011. I'm not sure what I was supposed to do (bad memory, can't remember), but maybe you could consider (re)building that one too.

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

Any idea anyone, what that was?

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Hello IndusGT

 

I've looked through some ABBUC Magazines and found it in issue #118. It's called "Debug-Display". It's got four switches, and six 7-segment displays. Four for the address and two for the content of that address. Both of course in hexadecimal.

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

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