A "Shopping List"

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A "Shopping List"

Postby RogerCook » Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:06 am

For UK builders this list may help with sourcing other bits. There are of course other suppliers.


You'll need a few other things to build the eTap2HW.

Below is a list a few of the parts you need which are available from Maplin and also from other suppliers such as CPC, Farnell, RS etc. Of course you'll need an enclosure of some sort to put it in too!

Details of Maplin parts, part nos etc

Pots: Level: Pot Log 1M Order Code: FW28F OR Min Pot Log 1M Order Code: JM80B

Controls: Pot Lin 10k Order Code: FW02C OR Min Pot Lin 10k Order Code: JM71N

Knobs: Up to you to suit the pots

Sockets: 1/4” Mono Chassis Socket HF91Y OR 1/4” Mono Jack Socketwith Solder Tags Order Code: HF90X OR Mono Socket with Chrome Bezel Order Code: BW798K

BCD Switch Thumbwheel BCD Order Code: JK36P

RS Components BCD Rotary Switch: http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/products/655-3235/
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Re: A "Shopping List"

Postby kipper » Sun Nov 18, 2012 3:29 pm

hi roger the thumb wheel dosent come with the pair of cheeks needed to fit it so that should be added to your list, or they didnt when i brought mine. peter
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Re: A "Shopping List"

Postby ecca » Sun Nov 18, 2012 4:27 pm

'Cheeks' to mount the thumbwheel switches: Maplin Part No. JK37S.
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Re: A "Shopping List"

Postby davejriley » Mon Dec 17, 2012 8:42 pm

I am a bit lost here. You list both a BCD thumbwheel switch and a rotary switch. On the instructions I can only see connections for a rotary switch. Also the URL for both thumbwheel BCD switch and the 'cheeks' point to the same page at Maplins and the pictures are identical - help please !?!

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Re: A "Shopping List"

Postby ecca » Mon Dec 17, 2012 8:55 pm

It's either a thumbwheel switch or a rotary switch, not both.
The thumbwheel switch requires side cheeks in order to mount it.
The picture of the side cheeks on the Maplin page is the wrong one, it's the same picture of the same object- the switch.
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