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Hi *, a few years ago, I got my hands on replacement parts of a Yamaha digital console. Fader boards with 24 faders in total. Now I have the following issues: 1. How can I determine, which part number the faders have? (although ALPS only provides RSA0K11... types on their webpage) 2. It has a resistence of 14kOhms. Used with the MF_NG I have about 2cm at the top, which don't produce any values. I tried to solder 35kOhms in parallel to acheive 10kOhm... but guess, it did not work. Until now I did not try the motor, only the fader resistance... Here is a picture of one. Is there any way, I can calibrate the MF_NG for this type of fader? Or does anyone know some other trick? Best regards, Ck
Hi Im Selling 100 pice ALPS Motorfaders RSAON11M9AOK - Link to the Datasheet Price is 15 Euro p. pice & Shipping. I will check the shipping cost if you send me a PM with Quantity and Address. -for more than 30 Pice = 13 Euro p. Pice & Shipping. It looks like this: Best Regards Novski
snykehd posted a topic in Fleamarket[ S O L D ] Hi there! In 2007 I did a bulk-order for ALPS Motorfaders and bought some circuit boards and other parts to build two MidiBox LC (6 Ch and 20Ch). For more than 5 years I didn't get to build those Boxes, now I have a lot of spare parts lying around that I'd like to get rid of. I'm keeping some parts, just in case and sell those other parts: PUSH-Encoder ALPS EC11E15244BY - Ã 0,90 â‚¬ Motorfader ALPS RSAON (10k) - Ã 15,- â‚¬ Each incl: 1x plastic cap AND 1x silver touch cap! MBHP_MF (R2) Modules - Ã 5,- â‚¬ Core (R4D)Modules - Ã 5,- â‚¬ DINx4 (R5) Modules - Ã 5,- â‚¬ DOUTx4 (R5) Modules - Ã 5,- â‚¬ AINx4 (R4) Modules - Ã 5,- â‚¬ GM5 MIDI Interfaces with GM5 Chip - Ã 5,- â‚¬ MidiBox CV KIT incl. ICs - 30,- â‚¬ Each kit incl: 1x PIC 18F452-I/P and 2x MAX 525 BCPP If you're interrested, drop me an email at email@example.com Payments via bank transfer or paypal ( +1,9% +0,35 â‚¬ ). Shipping will be from germany. I'd be happy to help you out! Best regards, Paul