HP Probe Pod

$40.00

These HP logic analyzer probe termination pods plug into most HP logic analyzer probe cables to make it easier to probe your circuit.
Each line (16 data, 1 clock) is terminated via a 100k isolation resistor, and each probe tip has an (optional) local ground connection.

Price: $40.00

HP1651B Logic Analyzer

$80.00

This is fully working (with boot disk) HP1651B Logic Analyzer, with 2 probe cables included.
32 data channels + 2 clock channels at 100MHz timing at 25MHz state

This unit is ideal for debugging 8-bit microprocessor systems

Local pickup preferred -- contact me for shipping options.

Price: $80.00

HP16550A Logic Analyzer Card (Complete)

$100.00

This is a HP16550A logic analyzer card for HP16500B/C and HP16700 mainframes. It is tested working with all cabling included.
96 data channel + 6 clock channels, with 500 MHz timing analysis and 100 MHz state analysis.

Price: $100.00

HP16550A Logic Analyzer Card (Pair)

$180.00

This is a 2 card HP16550A logic analyzer card module for HP16500B/C and HP16700 mainframes. It is tested working with all cabling included.
192 data channel + 12 clock channels, with 500 MHz timing analysis and 100 MHz state analysis.

Price: $180.00

HP16550A Logic Analyzer Card (No Cables)

$60.00

This is a HP16550A logic analyzer card for HP16500B/C and HP16700 mainframes. It is tested working but the probe cables ad card cables are not included.
This is a perfect solution if you have a bad analyzer card you want to replace, and can reuse the cabling from the bad card.
96 data channel + 6 clock channels, with 500 MHz timing analysis and 100 MHz state analysis.

Price: $60.00

HP16550A Logic Analyzer Card (Bad)

$30.00

This is a HP16550A logic analyzer card for HP16500B/C and HP16700 mainframes. It is recognized by the analyzer and passes the acquisition chip test, but fails the board test. Card cables are not included. This might be a simple repair, but it's being sold as-is for parts only.

Price: $30.00

Hmm... what's in this box?-

Was digging through boxes of stuff from my old office, looking for some 72-pin SIMMs to up the memory in my logic analyzer, and came across these old boards.
I might have to actually pull out a game and fire them up, and see if I can remember what the glitch they had 4 years ago was, and see if it's an easy fix.

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Nintendo Classic in Nintendo Vs. Adapter

$30.00

This adapter allows you to play or test boards with the Nintendo Classic pinout (including Donkey Kong, Jr, III, Popeye, and Mario Bros, and others) in a game with Nintendo Vs. System wiring.

Most Nintendo Classic boards require -5V, so the power supply and harness in your game need to supply -5V to the Vs. edge connector. Many harnesses do have this wiring, even though the Vs.boards do not use it. In addition your PCB will require a 'rainbow cable' to supply power from the CPU board to the video board.

Price: $30.00

Nintendo Vs. in Nintendo Classic Adapter

$30.00

This adapter allows you to play or test boards with the Nintendo Vs.System pinout in a game with Nintendo Classic edge-connector-style wiring.

If your game has a harness with multiple .1" headers instead of an edge connector, you'll need a NinVerter to make use of this adapter.

Price: $30.00

ATX to Midway 90421 Power Supply Adapter

$20.00

This adapter allows you to use a standard ATX computer power supply in your Midway cabinet (including Super Pacman, Burgertime, Bump and Jump, and others) to replace the stock 90421 power supply. The board includes a power-on reset circuit, as required by some games. This adapter can also be used in place of a 90411.

Many games that use this power supply require -5V so newer ATX supplies that lack -5V may not work with this adapter in your specific game.

Price: $20.00

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