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#1 2014-06-23 21:27:09

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Bourns Filter Replacement for SE - SE/30 − 128k - 512k - PLUS

For bourns network/filter replacements,  I have been using this here… its a resistor network.   
http://www.onlinecomponents.com/dale-md … p=11218616

Apple told me about this replacement, in an indirect way.
They (factory) used this model, in a SE/30 board that came into me one day.

They work fantastic, and are easier to find then the the standard bourns filters apple was using.
— And there is less pins, witch makes them easier to install.

Here is a picture of these resistor networks factory installed by apple.
post-2182-0-94215900-1401240747.jpg

So i have been using this Network replacement with all Macintosh Models!

SE - SE/30 − 128k - 512k - PLUS


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#2 2014-06-23 21:32:02

uniserver
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From: Sf, Mi
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Re: Bourns Filter Replacement for SE - SE/30 − 128k - 512k - PLUS

If you want pay more money and get the normal Filter/Network Apple mostly used —  here is the link for that.
http://www.ttiinc.com/page/search_advpa … 12780592_0

$1.7 ea


#I Re-Cap √Mac √NeTX √Amiga Boards - A/B - PSU# (MacCaps.com)  Modern SCSI HD's - For Old Macs - Pre Cfg'd - 10k RPM! 73gb!! $50 + free shipping  -- Mac 128K Re-Ram kits (16 Chips) $35 + shipping, Floppy Issues?-> Bourns Filter Solution 128k - SE/30, $16 + shipping

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