Sega 1982

Sega Star Trek Electronic Component Replacement Lists:

For many folks, the most difficult part of any restoration project is repairing the circuit boards. Aside from troubleshooting the circuitry, the next greatest challenge is purchasing the required components. The hardest part of doing that is simply figuring out the part numbers. The art of determining exactly what to buy and where to buy it is called sourcing. Over the years, I have been relatively proficient at this task. I am providing the following lists in the interest of helping others to repair and maintain their machines. I endevour to prevent errors, but you are ultimately responsible for your own projects. I will not be held responsible for costs or problems related to errors in any list on my website. If you encounter an error, I would appreciate it if you email me a notification of the error so that I can correct it.

The following parts lists are not complete BOM's. The parts listed are only recommended to be replaced as part of an overhaul as they are the most likely to cause failure. If there is a part missing from a list that you would like added, email me with your request and I'll try to find an appropriate component for you.


Transistor Substitutes Introduction:

I have recently been sourcing components for wg6100 and Sega GO8 (and other vector) monitor rebuilds and I've collected some useful intel. I know that it can be a royal pita to source the big 2N3716 (NPN) and 2N3792 (PNP) and 2N6259 (NPN) transistors. They are not impossible to find (i.e. Bob Roberts, Newark, etc.) but sometimes they can be hard to find in stock and for reasonable prices. Worst case, they come from the USA by mule or the UK by sea-monkey and you have to wait for a few weeks or longer to get them.

I have seen posts in the past asking if there were any subs available... well, there are plenty, so here you go.

All of the substitutes that I have listed below should work, but I have not tried them all personally. Other people have tried and proven many of them, if not all. Many of them are actually superior to the original device. I just went through all of their datasheets, all of which I found on the Digikey site. The parts with the parameter (ft = 2 MHz) are known to work okay. The original 2N3716/92 parts have ft = 4 MHz and so do most of the subs listed below.

Any part having similar parameters such as...

...will work as good replacement parts. All of the parts listed below meet these requirements.

If anyone tries any of the parts listed below and it fails and is known to be the root cause of failure, please email me and let me know. I will add such reports to the list or remove the part from the list.

Before I make this next statement, I want to say first that I have the greatest respect for Bob Roberts. He is an honest and very experienced and knowledgeable person. He has contributed immeasureably to the arcade hobby and business for many years and the world is a much better place because he is a part of it. That said, I also want to say that although Bob's monitor rebuild kits are wonderful, you must be aware that Bob's GO8 kit comes with 2N3916 transistors. These are sorely inadequate for the GO8 and they WILL fail almost immediately after installation and most likely lead to the immediate destruction of several other components as well. Many people have learned this lesson the hard way. Bob has been notified of this but as far as I know, he has not changed his kit contents.

DO NOT INSTALL 2N3916's in your GO8 monitor !!! You have been warned.


2N6259 (NPN) Substitutes for Sega G08-003 Color XY Monitor:

The large 2N6259 (NPN) transistors for G08-003 monitor rebuilds can be difficult to find in stock, especially for reasonable prices. All of the "known" substitutes that I have listed below have been proven to work.

The most difficult parameter to match (with respect to 2N6259) is the secondary breakdown (Is/b). The more current that the device can carry at the highest voltage possible, the more reliable it will be. The 2N6259 was superior in this way to all of the suggested substitute devices having a rating of 2.5A @ 100V.

The best choice substitute device listed below is MJ21196. I have personally installed the MJ21196 in my own GO8 and it works great.

It is interesting to note that the MJ15003 (NPN) and the MJ15004 (PNP) devices were used in the factory original G08-001, the first version of the monitor, and they were known to fail relatively frequently. Most, if not all, of the substitutes listed below have a superior secondary breakdown value to these.

I have seen in at least one document (the very well presented and useful Mongo’s Simple Sega G80 Vector Mods) the part number mis-typed as 2N6529. Such a device does exist as small low power UHF microwave transistor. Obviously, it is not the device that we are concerned with.

Known subs for 2N6259 (NPN, 150V, 16A, ft = 2 MHz, case TO-3 or TO-204) :

Part Number Manufacturer Description Secondary Breakdown (Is/b) Newark #, Price Digikey #, Price USD

MJ21196G
(best choice)

Onsemi 16A, 250V 3.0A @ 80V
2.2A @ 100V
1.4A @ 150V
  MJ21196GOS-ND $3.78ea, $3.29/10
MJ21194 Onsemi 16A, 250V

2.5A @ 80V
2.0A @ 100V
1.0A @ 150V

  MJ21194GOS-ND $4.40ea, $3.83/10
MJ15022 Onsemi 16A, 200V, ft = 4 MHz 2.0A @ 80V
1.0A @ 100V
26K4518 $4.10ea, $3.49/25

Mouser 863-MJ15022G $4.96ea, $4.08/25

MJ15024 Onsemi 16A, 250V, ft = 4 MHz 2.0A @ 80V
1.0A @ 100V
  MJ15024GOS-ND $4.40ea, $3.83/10
MJ15003 Onsemi 20A, 140V, ft = 2 MHz

1.5A @ 80V
1.0A @ 100V

  MJ15003GOS-ND $3.78ea, $3.29/10

 

Possible subs for 2N6259 (NPN, 150V, 16A, ft = 2 MHz, case TO-3 or TO-204) :

Note: I haven't personally seen an example of the parts below being tried, but I'm very confident that they would work okay. The secondary breakdown values are not quite high as the original 2N6259 part but they have higher values than the MJ150xx parts listed above that are known to work.

Part Number Manufacturer Description Secondary Breakdown (Is/b) Newark #, Price Digikey #, Price USD
2N3773 STMicro 16A, 140V

2.0A @ 70V
1.5A @ 100V

45J2472, $3.62 497-6204-ND, $4.16ea, $3.27/10
2N3773G On Semi 16A, 140V 2.0A @ 70V
1.5A @ 100V
45J2472, $3.62 2N3773GOS-ND, $3.89ea, $3.38/10
2N4348 Mospec 16A, 180V 2.0A @ 70V
1.5A @ 100V
   
NTE284 NTE 16A, 180V ?   NTE284 comes up as sub for 2N4348 on Mouser site but price is stupid and the datasheet shows no Is/b value.





MPSU10 (NPN) and MPSU60 (PNP) Sega G08-003 Color XY Monitor:

The MPSU10 and MPSU60 transistors were discontinued long ago and are very difficult to source. I have seen them sold online for as much as $12 each. Bob Roberts still sells the MPSU10 for $3 each and that's a great deal.

Simple specs:

Many substitutes have been suggested in the past but most (maybe all) have been pinned BCE, not EBC so you had to be careful to bend the pins around and maybe rotate the part to install it correctly. The parts that I have listed below are pinned correctly as EBC and have virtually identical specifications to the original parts. If you didn't know any better, you'd think that you were reading the original datasheets. I have personally installed these substitutes in my own GO8 monitor and they have been working perfectly and without any issues whatsoever.

Ref

Section

Description

Comments

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

Q602,
Q603,
Q702,
Q703

Def

NPN, 300V, 0.5A, TO-92

superior part replaces original MPSU10 (NPN)

OnSemi,
MPSW42G

Digikey,
MPSW42GOS-ND

$0.64

4

$2.56

Q601,
Q604,
Q701,
Q704

Def

PNP, 300V, 0.5A, TO-92

superior part replaces original MPSU60 (PNP)

OnSemi,
MPSW92RLRAG
(cut tape since bulk unavailable)

Digikey,
MPSW92RLRAGOSCT-ND

$0.64

4

$2.56

Q601,
Q602,
Q603,
Q604,
Q701,
Q702,
Q703,
Q704

Def

Heatsink for transistors

press-on with heatsink grease to TO-92 cases

Aavid Thermalloy,
575200B00000G

Digikey,
HS251-ND

$0.384 at 10 pieces

8

$3.84/10

 

For those wishing to stick to the original TO-202 style cases:

Ref

Section

Description

Comments

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

Q602,
Q603,
Q702,
Q703

Def

NPN, 300V, 0.5A, TO-202
datasheet

replaces original MPSU10

NTE,
NTE171

Mouser,
526-NTE171
Newark,
31C3204

$3.06

$2.98

4

$12.24

$11.92

Q601,
Q604,
Q701,
Q704

Def

PNP, 300V, 0.5A, TO-202
datasheet

replaces original MPSU60

NTE,
NTE191,
NTE240

Mouser,
526-NTE240
Newark,
31C3601

$4.86

$4.73

4

$19.44

$18.92

 

 


Hitachi 14-601-36 (Q900) for Sega GO8 Monitor:

Exactly what the heck is the Hitachi 14-601-36 transistor and why is it so hard to find information about it? Obviously it was discontinued long ago but a datasheet should still be available for it online right? So where is it? Well, the first thing that you have to know is that the number (Hitachi 14-601-36) that is printed on the original transistor that shipped with the monitor is not an OEM part number. It's an Electrohome internal reference (or SKU) number that they used in their own BOM (bill of materials) lists that they used on a great many product assemblies. I was able to find an old service manual that showed a partial list of Electrohome reference numbers crossed to the actual OEM (original equipment manufacturers) numbers.

The 14-601-36 reference number indicates OEM part number 2SC1413A. This part was once a very commonly available high voltage transistor used in television and monitor horizontal drive circuits. These days, it's all but impossible to source but that is not important because there are many suitable modern replacements still available. Maybe the increasing dominance of flatscreen LCD televisions will soon change the situation but for now, there are still many components available.

Simple 2SC1413A specs:

The most commonly recommended suitable substitute appears to be the BU208A but there are actually many modern parts that would suffice.

Datasheets of Interest:

Hitachi datasheet pdf:
2SC1413, 2SC1413A
Inchange Semi datasheet pdf:
2SC1413, 2SC1413A
WingShing datasheet pdf:
2SC1413A
On Semiconductor datasheet pdf:
BU208A

Purchasing sources:

Check this out : Search Newark for equivelent parts => Go!

Component # and Datasheet pdf
Newark SKU# Price
46T9197 $1.74
(I'm not sure I trust this one, darlington) Solidistate MJ10025
10P1521 $8.93
NTE NTE163A
31C3145 $8.78
NTE NTE238
06M7396 $9.54
Magnatec (Semelab) BU208A
96K7210 $3.23

 

Component # and Datasheet pdf
Mouser SKU# Price
NTE NTE165
526-NTE165 $7ea

 

Many other crosses exist. This list represents only a small fraction of the older components that were manufactured. I found references to more than 50 different part numbers. It doesn't do much good to list them all since almost all of them were discontinued long ago. Note that the parts listed below were not confirmed beyond existing cross reference tables.

Toshiba
2SD821
Matsushita
2SD1850
-
BU209
-
2SC2928
-
2SD954
NEC
2SC1325
SGS_Thomson
BU208A
Motorola
BU208A
Mullard
BU208A
Siemens Semiconductor
BU208A
Semelab
BU208A
ST Micro
BU208A
Usha Ltd.
BU208A

 

Sega GO8 Color XY Monitor Rebuild Kit:

Capacitors:

Ref

Section

Description

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

C401

Def

CAP 1000UF 160V ELECT LS SNAP
size: 0.866" Dia x 1.772" H (22.00mm x 45.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.394" (10mm)

Nichicon,
LLS2C102MELZ

Digikey,
493-2460-ND

$4.55

1

$4.55

C800,
C801,
C802,
C803,
C405,
C406

Vid input
Vid input
Vid input
Vid input
Def
Def

CAP 10UF 50V ALUM LYTIC RADIAL
size: 0.197" Dia x 0.433" H (5.00mm x 11.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.079" (2.00mm)

Panasonic,
ECA-1HM100

Digikey,
P5178-ND

$0.18

6

$1.08

C411

Def

CAP 22UF 350V ELECT EE RADIAL
size: 0.492" Dia x 0.787" H (12.50mm x 20.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.197" (5.00mm)

Panasonic,
EEU-EE2V220

Digikey,
P13652-ND

$1.10

1

$1.10

C601,
C701

Def

CAP 47UF 35V ALUM LYTIC RADIAL
size: 0.197" Dia x 0.433" H (5.00mm x 11.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.079" (2.00mm)

Panasonic,
ECA-1VM470

Digikey,
P5164-ND

$0.22

2

$0.44

C900,
C901

HV

CAP 4.7MFD 35V VZ RAD ALUM ELEC
size: 0.197" Dia x 0.433" H (5.00mm x 11.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.079" (1.50mm)

Panasonic
ECE-A1HKG4R7
Nichicon,
UVZ1V4R7MDD
UPW1V4R7MDD

Digikey,
P935-ND

493-1313-ND
493-1847-ND

$0.23

2

$0.46

C904,
C905

HV

CAP 22UF 35V ALUM LYTIC RADIAL
size: 0.197" Dia x 0.433" H (5.00mm x 11.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.079" (2.00mm)
Note: GO8-FAQ & schematic shows as C904. The PCB screen on my unit shows C902 in this location.

Panasonic,
ECA-1VM220

Digikey,
P5162-ND

$0.18

2

$0.36

C911

HV

CAP 100UF 35V ELECT FC RADIAL
size: 0.315" Dia x 0.453" H (8.00mm x 11.50mm)
lead spacing: 0.138" (3.50mm)

Panasonic,
EEU-FC1V101

Digikey,
P10294-ND

$0.46

1

$0.46

C916

HV

CAP 47UF 200V ELECT EB RADIAL
size: 0.492" Dia x 0.787" H (12.50mm x 20.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.197" (5.00mm)

Panasonic,
EB2D470

Digikey,
P5914-ND

$1.18

1

$1.18

C402

Def

CAP 680UF 400V ELECT TUP
size: 1.575" Dia x 1.969" H (40.00mm x 50.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.886" (22.50mm)

Panasonic,
ECE-T2GP681FA

Digikey,
P13183-ND

$12.78

1

$12.78

C403,
C404

Def

CAP 6800UF 80V ELECT THA SERIES
size: 1.378" Dia x 1.969" H (35.00mm x 50.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.886" (22.50mm)

Panasonic,
ECE-T1KA682EA

Digikey,
P10642-ND

$11.03

2

$22.06

 

Transistors:

Ref

Section

Description

Comments

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

Q600,
Q700

Def

MPSW42G

Replaces MPSU07 in this case. Where MPSU07 is rated 100V, 2A, the MPSW42G is rated 300V, 0.5A. This is not a problem in this case.
Also, the MPSU10 can easily replace MPSU07 in this case.

OnSemi,
MPSW42G

Digikey,
MPSW42GOS-ND

$0.64

2

$1.28

Q605,
Q606,
Q705,
Q706

Heatsink

TRANS PWR NPN 20A 140V TO-3

Original part

ON Semiconductor,
MJ15003G

Digikey,
MJ15003GOS-ND

$4.78

4

$19.12

Q605,
Q606,
Q705,
Q706

Heatsink

TRANS PWR NPN 16A 250V TO-3

Much better than MJ15003G

ON Semiconductor,
MJ21196

Digikey,
MJ21196GOS-ND

$4.78

4

$19.12

Q605,
Q606,
Q705,
Q706

Heatsink

Mica insulator for TO-3 transistor

 

Keystone,
4651

Digikey,
4651K-ND

$1.57/10

1

$1.57

Q605,
Q606,
Q705,
Q706

Heatsink

Socket for TO-3 transistor

 

Keystone,
4601

Digikey,
4601K-ND

$3.01

4

$12.04

Q901,
Q801,
Q803

HV,
Vid input
Vid input

MPSA56

superior part to replace original 2N3906

Fairchild,
MPSA56

Digikey,
MPSA56-ND

$0.29

3

$0.87

Q903,
Q800,
Q802

HV,
Vid input
Vid Input

MPSA06

superior part to replace original 2N3904

Fairchild,
MPSA06

Digikey,
MPSA06-ND

$0.34

3

$1.02

Q602,
Q603,
Q702,
Q703

Def

MPSW42G

superior part replaces original MPSU10

OnSemi,
MPSW42G

Digikey,
MPSW42GOS-ND

$0.64

4

$2.56

Q601,
Q604,
Q701,
Q704

Def

MPSW92G

superior part replaces original MPSU60

OnSemi,
MPSW92RLRAG
(cut tape since bulk unavailable)

Digikey,
MPSW92RLRAGOSCT-ND

$0.64

4

$2.56

Q601,
Q602,
Q603,
Q604,
Q701,
Q702,
Q703,
Q704

Def

Heatsink for transistors

press-on with heatsink grease to TO-92 cases

Aavid Thermalloy,
575200B00000G

Digikey,
HS251-ND

$0.384 at 10 pieces

8

$3.84/10

 

Ceramic resistors R635, R735:

The total value of R635 is 3 ohms / 20 Watts. The total resistance value of R735 is also 3 ohms / 20 Watts.
The original factory configuration for each resistor R635 and R735 was a pair of 1.5 ohm / 10W resistors connected in series to produce the desired total value. Each pair of power resistors was mounted vertically on the deflection board in a Tee-pee configuration. The assembly was very fragile and sensitive to vibration. It is very common to see the resistor leads fractured from metal fatique.

It is recommended to replace each of the tee-pee pairs of resistors with a single new resistor of the overall resistance value and power rating.

The ideal resistors to use in the GO8 monitor are a non-inductive (N.I.) type.

In some cases, the best way to mount the aluminum housed resistors would be to make a flat sheet aluminum plate with the R635 and R735 resistors screwed to each side of it respectively. Wire each set of resistors together (if more than 1 is required to make 3 ohms) to form a single 3 ohm resistor. Use thermal grease between the resistors and the plate. Bend 1/2" of the plate 90° at the bottom end to serve as a mounting foot so it can stand vertically. You can drill a couple of mounting holes through the mounting foot and use machine screws with lock washers and nuts to secure it to the PCB. Be sure that the screws do not contact any copper on the bottom of the PCB and that the metal mounting plate doesn't touch the PCB terminals for the resistor connections.

Ref

Section

Description

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

R635,
R735
Def

3 ohm 20W ceramic (this part is N.I.).

Vishay,
NH0503R000FE02
Mouser, 71-NH0503R000FE02 $10.18 2 $20.36

R635 / R735 Alternate choice #1:

In this case, each 3 ohm resistor is composed of three 10 ohm / 10W resistors connected in parallel.

Ref

Section

Description

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

R635,
R735
Def

3x 10 ohm 10W ceramic (this part is N.I.).

Vishay,
NH01010R00FC02
Mouser, 71-NH10101% $5.59 6 $33.54

R635 / R735 Alternate choice #2:

In this case, each 3 ohm resistor is composed of two 1.5 ohm / 12W resistors connected in series. That's right, another tee-pee. Maybe you can think of a better way of mounting them than Electrohome did.

Ref

Section

Description

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

R635,
R735
Def

2x 1.5 ohm 10W ceramic
(this part is N.I.).

Huntington Elect.,
MRA12-1.5-1%
Digikey, MRA12-1.5-ND $5.40 4 $21.60

R635 / R735 Alternate choice #3:

Note about the Ohmite B20J3R0E resistor : The B20J series does not qualify as N.I. unless the part number begins with B20NJ (includes the 'N'). Then it is the N.I. type. I discovered my mistake some time after installing the B20J type resistor. My monitor is stable and shows no ill effects. However, I had originally installed an extra ground wire (as is often recommended by other collectors with technical backgrounds) and my monitor showed a lot of jitter/wiggle/flutter/shake etc. Removing the extra ground lead fixed the problem, maybe by removing a ground loop issue, but who knows, maybe the non-NI resistors were a contributor factor.

Ref

Section

Description

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

R635,
R735
Def

3 ohm 20W ceramic (this part is not N.I.).
A B20NJ3R0E part would be N.I. but they are not available.

OHMITE,
B20J3R0E
Digikey,
B20J3R0E-ND
$5.04 2 $10.08
        or Newark, 64K3778 $4.13 2 $8.26
        or Mouser, 588-B20J3R0E $4.64 2 $9.28
        or Allied Elec, 296-6349 $4.78 2 $9.56

 

 

 

 

or Galco, B20J3R0E

$3.68

2

$7.36

 

Headers:

Ref

Section

Description

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

P800

Vid input
Def

PCB rectangular header, vertical, 6p, 0.156" pitch, square post, friction lock, (for video signal input)

Tyco,
640445-6 or
644752-6

Digikey,
A1973-ND or
A24168-ND

$0.37

2

$0.74

J800

Vid input
Def

rectangular housing with ramp, natural
alternate:
rectangular housing with ramp, white

Molex,
09-50-3061,
09-50-8061

Digikey,
WM2104-ND,
WM2126-ND

$0.56,
$0.60

2

$1.12,
$1.12


Paddle boards (current limiting):

Ref

Section

Description

Comments

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

R202,
R203

Paddle H

resistor, 0.15 ohm, 1%, 3W, metal

Replaces original 2W, 5%

Ohmite,
13FR150E

Digikey,
13FR150E-ND

$2.10

2

$4.20

R252,
R253

Paddle V

resistor, 0.16 ohm, 1%, 5W, wire-wound (NI)

Note: Okay use 0.15 ohm part above.
Replaces original 2W, 5%

Ohmite,
15FR160-B

Mouser,
588-15FR160-B

$2.07

2

$4.14

P250,
P200

Paddle V
Paddle H

PCB female header socket, 7p, 0.156" pitch, right angle

 

Molex,
09-48-1074

Digikey,
WM13304-ND

$1.61

2

$3.22

P251,
P201

Paddle V
Paddle H

PCB male header, 7p, 0.156" pitch, right angle

Note: alternate with lock:
Tyco# 640389-7 Digikey# A19922-ND $0.98

Tyco,
640385-7 or
644751-7

Digikey,
A19878-ND or
A24160-ND

$0.39

2

$0.78

P600,
P700

Def

PCB male header, 7p, 0.156" pitch, vertical

 

Tyco,
640445-7 or
644752-7

Digikey,
A19892-ND or,
A24169-ND

$0.39

2

$0.78

J600,
J700

Paddle V
Paddle H

rectangular housing, 7p, w/ramp, natural

Alternate (white):
Tyco# 640250-7, Digikey# A19955-ND

Molex,
09-50-3071

Digikey,
WM2105-ND

$0.66

2

$1.32

Q251,
Q201

Paddle V
Paddle H

MPSA56

superior part to replace original 2N3906

Fairchild,
MPSA56

Digikey,
MPSA56-ND

$0.29

2

$0.58

Q252,
Q202

Paddle V
Paddle H

MPSA06

superior part to replace original 2N3904

Fairchild,
MPSA06

Digikey,
MPSA06-ND

$0.34

2

$0.68

 

Fuses:

Note: In my opinion, the original fuses were grossly overrated.  Overrating a fuse serves no practical purpose.  If a component fails, that's it.  A tougher fuse is not going to fix that problem.  It's only going to allow more components to fry.

Ref

Section

Description

Comments

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

F400,
F401

Def

4A, 250V, T-lag, 1.25"x0.25" glass

Replaces original 5A, 125V

Cooper/Bussman,
BK/MDL-4-R

Digikey,
283-2751-ND

$1.18

2

$2.36

F600,
F700

Def

2A, 250V, T-lag, 1.25"x0.25" glass

Replaces original 4A, 125V

Cooper/Bussman,
BK/MDL-2-R

Digikey,
283-2741-ND

$1.18

2

$2.36




Sega G80 Power Supply:

Ref

Section

Description

Comments

Mfr, Part#

Supplier, Part#

$ each

Qty

$ Total

F1,
F2

Board

3A, 250V, Normal, 1.25"x0.25" glass

 

Cooper/Bussman,
BK/AGC-3-R

Digikey,
283-2629-ND

$0.51

2

$1.02

F3 Board 8A, 250V, T-lag, 1.25"x0.25" glass Replaces original 10A, 125V Cooper/Bussman,
BK/MDL-8-R
Digikey,
283-2755-ND
$1.11 1 $1.11
F4 Board 2A, 250V, Normal, Replaces original 1.5A, 125V Cooper/Bussman,
BK/AGC--R
Digikey,
283-2626-ND
$0.51 1 $0.51
C5, C8, C10, C18, C19, C23, C24, C26, C31 Board CAP 10UF 50V MINI ALUM ELECT
size: 0.197" Dia x 0.433" H (5.00mm x 11.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.079" (2.00mm)
  Panasonic,
ECA-1HHG100
EEU-EB1H100S
United Chemi-Con
EKY-500ELL100ME11D
Digikey,
P5567-ND
P13478-ND

565-1598-ND
$0.24

$0.32

$0.19 @10
9 $2.16
C17 Board CAP 100UF 50V ELECT FC RADIAL
size: 0.394" Dia x 0.492" H (10.00mm x 12.50mm)
lead spacing: 0.197" (5.00mm)
  Panasonic,
EEU-FC1H101
Digikey,
P10323-ND
$0.50 1 $0.50
C30 Board CAP 3300UF 25V ELECT KY RAD
size: 0.630" Dia x 1.240" H (16.00mm x 31.50mm)
lead spacing: 0.295" (7.50mm)
  Panasonic,
EKY-250ELL332MLN3S
Digikey,
565-1564-ND
$1.48 1 $1.48
C32, C33, C34 Board CAP 6800UF 35V ELECT VZ RADIAL
size: 0.787" Dia x 1.575" H (20.00mm x 40.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.394" (10.00mm)
  Nichicon,
UVZ1V682MRD
Digikey,
493-1326-ND
$3.17 3 $9.51
C15, C16, C27, C28 Board CAP 4700UF 35V ELECT VR RADIAL
size: 0.787" Dia x 1.221" H (20.00mm x 31.00mm)
lead spacing: 0.394" (10.00mm)
  Nichicon,
UVR1V472MRD6
(H: 31mm, 85)
or
United-Chemi-Con,
ESMG350ELL472MP30S
(H: 30mm, 85C)
or
Nichicon,
UVR1H472MRD
(H:40mm, 85°C), or
UVZ1H472MRD
(H:40mm,105°C)
Digikey,
493-1089-ND
or


565-1093-ND


or

493-1115-ND
or
493-1348-ND
$2.10




$3.41



$3.00

$3.41
4 $8.80
U1 Board IC SOCKET STRAIGHT 14POS GOLD   AssMann Elect. ,
A14-LCG-T-R
Digikey,
AE9990-ND
$1.20 1 $1.20
U1 Board IC VOLT REGULATOR HI PREC, 14-DIP case   STMicro. ,
LM723CN
Digikey,
497-1596-5-ND
$0.92 1 $0.92
D10, D12 Board Diode GPP, 6A, 600V, DO-201AD case Replaces original MR751, 6A, 100V Micro Comm. ,
60S6-TP
Digikey,
60S6-TPMSCT-ND
$1.02 2 $2.04
D6, D7, D8, D9, D11, D13, D14, D15, D16, D17 Board Diode ULTR FAST, 4A, 600V, DO-201AD case
or
Diode GEN PURP, 3A, 200V, DO-201AD case
Replaces original MR501, 3A, 100V

Micro Comm. ,
MUR460G
or
Fairchild,
1N5402

Digikey,
MUR460GOS-ND
or
1N5402FSCT-ND
$0.554
or
$0.298
10 $5.54
or
$2.98
D1, D4, D5 Board Diode, 100V, 4.0ns, DO-35 case   Fairchild,
1N4148
Digikey,
1N4148FS-ND
$0.05 3 $0.15
Q1, Q7 Board Transistor, PNP, SS GP 600MA TO-92 case   Fairchild,
2N4403
Digikey,
2N4403-ND
$0.15 2 $0.30
Q2, Q3 Board Transistor, NPN, SS GP 600mA, TO-92 case   Fairchild,
2N4401
Digikey,
2N4401-ND
$0.14 2 $0.28
313-0023 at P2 HS IC VREG, 1A, -5V, 4%,
3TERM, TO-220 case
Replaces original 320T5 Fairchild,
LM7905CT
Digikey,
LM7905CTFS-ND
$0.56 1 $0.56
313-0014 at P3 HS IC VREG, 1A, +12V,
3TERM, TO-220 case
Replaces original 340T12 Fairchild,
LM7812CT
Digikey,
LM7812CTFS-ND
$0.51 1 $0.51
313-0015 at P4 HS IC VREG, 1A, -12V,
3TERM, TO-220 case
Replaces original 320T12 Fairchild,
LM7912CT
Digikey,
LM7912CTFS-ND
$0.56 1 $0.56
482-0104 at P1 HS Transistor, NPN, Darl, 10A, 100V, hfe=1000, TO-218 case TIP142 (100V)
replaces original
TIP141 (80V)

OnSemi,
TIP142G

or
Multicomp,
TIP142
or
ST-Micro,
TIP142

Digikey,
TIP141GOS-ND
or
Newark,
95M9100,
or

89K1078

$2.24




$2.02


$1.36
1 $2.24
482-0100 at P6 HS Transistor, PNP, Darl, -5A, 60V, TO-220 case   Fairchild,
TIP125
Digikey,
TIP125TU-ND
$0.66 1 $0.66
482-0019 at P5 HS Transistor, NPN, Darl, 5A, 60V, TO220AB case   OnSemi,
TIP120
Digikey,
TIP120GOS-ND
$0.71 1 $0.71
  HS at P1 silicon rubber insulator for TO-218 case no heatsink grease needed Bergquist,
SP600-104
SP900S-0.009-00-104
Digikey,
BER109-ND
BER178-ND
$0.25
$0.32
1 $0.50
  HS at P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 mica insulator for TO-220 case heatsink grease needed Keystone,
4672
Digikey,
4672K-ND
$0.135 5 $0.68
  HS at P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 Nylon #4 screw insulator
Height: 0.047" (1.2mm) Flange, 0.063" (1.6mm) Body
ID: 0.115" (2.9mm)
OD: 0.235" (6.0mm) Flange, 0.145" (3.7mm) Tube
1 needed on each screw for each part on HS. Richco Plastic,
TO-218-70
Digikey,
RP339-ND
$0.23 6 (25min) $5.89
  HS at P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 4-40 X 1/2"L machine screw 1 needed on each part on HS if using retaining nuts and thru holes. B&F,
PMS 440 0050 PH
Digikey,
H346-ND
$0.0263

6 (100min)

$2.63
  HS at P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 4-40 X 1/4"L machine screw 1 needed on each part on HS if using 4-40 tapped holes. B&F,
PMS 440 0025 PH
Digikey,
H342-ND
$0.0358 6 (100min) $3.58
  HS at P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 4-40 x 0.187" hex nut, steel 1 needed on each part on HS if using 4-40x1/2" screws and thru holes. Tyco,
5205821-2
Digikey,
A35230-ND
$0.08 6 (10min) $0.80

 

 

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