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Re: [Xylo-SDR] ATX Power Supply
On 1/19/06, Eric Ellison <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Nice article! Thanks.
> Although a little large, and having more connections than we need, atx
> connector could be done on back of board. It more or less mandates an ATX
> supply, although the exterprising person could just hack an ATX plug off a
> power supply and connect the proper voltages off a non atx supply.
It might just be easier to put the molex 4 pin connector on the back
of the motherboard and let the user decide how to supply power to it.
In the case of a AT or ATX power supply I would just wire in a 4 pin
molex plug to fit the molex connector on the motherboard. The 4 pin
molex then would have +12, -12, +5, and ground.
This way if someone wants to use a different power supply we are not
locking them into using an ATX type connector. The 4 pin molex
connectors are pretty common and easily obtained.
73 de Phil N8VB