exxos wrote:If someone can check the height from the top of the PSU to the case, then it would greatly help.
Ragstaff wrote:About be 11mm of space between the top of the PSU and the case... probably 10mm to be safe (EDIT - note that in the pic I'm not measuring 17mm height of the case, but from the edge of the metal PSU shielding you can just see through the crack. In the pose for the pic the placement of the ruler by my shaky hand was 1mm off, but yes, it's 17mm )
Then about 24.5mm in from the edge of the case you should have another 7.5mm, totalling ~18mm of clearance
EstTeeEfEm wrote:I know you are probably already taking pre-orders lol, can you save me one? or are these built on a pre-paid request?
Though if there is a order, then it will still get done, just take a lot longer.
exxos wrote:All current "exxos PSU's" have been shipped. Thanks to those who ordered one, really helps me fund future projects
Theres 2 PSU's left this batch (again still need to fit the transformer). I don't know when the next batch will be made with summer around the corner and fences need fixing etc
EstTeeEfEm wrote:Thats ok, just let me know when you're able to.. I've an STF that I wanted a new power supply for, maybe I might have to just buy a working one, or try one of your "psu" kits ?
TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Thanks, arrived today!
You could send me your PSU to recap, but after postage, normally isn't worth it.
charles wrote:ive been away, regret not checking in on the forums!!,
for a while ,,,
any of these good for a ste /st/or mega st
im looking for populated psu .... maybe two ..!!
charles wrote:looks very impressive ,,, a glimpse of light for the older machines! ,,so cool exxos
guess pricing and availability is on your page?
mlynn1974 wrote:I was wondering why your design uses a toroidial transformer instead of a standard transformer?
We had a toroidial tranformer in a light fitting in the house and it lasted at least 10 years whereas inline light transfomers (e.g. Marbo) tend to last about 4-5 years. The toroid also gave off a sort of hum sound when it was in use. Does your PSU do that?
I also read online that their major advantage is that they do not radiate much of a magnetic field -- a very useful property. Would it be possible to have your PSU in a neat external box? e.g. to reduce heat.
matej wrote:Hello Exxo. How much STFM PSU cost? Do you ship to Slovakia (EU/Eurozone)?
Ragstaff wrote:Just want to say, fantastic work. I haven't ordered anything from you yet so haven't voted with my wallet (so to speak), but what it's worth! Hope to have something with that lovely, big "Made in Britain" sticker on it soon
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