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MB-6582 Parts List Pivot View

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Apologies if this is redundant, but I didn't see a similar post anywhere else in the forum, so I thought I'd share..

As I started to piece together my bill of materials for an MB-6582, I realized I would have to do a lot of sorting and counting from the tables in the wiki. 

I decided to copy & paste into a spreadsheet for easier pivoting and here's what I came up (Wilba’s Base PCB parts list only. Assumes 4xCore & 4xSID Modules. Includes all optional parts):

 

Description Value Count
Bridge Rectifier W04 400V 1.2 Amp 1
Capacitor - Ceramic 1nF 16
  33pF 8
  470pF 8
  470pF or 22nF 16
Capacitor - Electrolytic (Radial) 100µF 1
  10µF 10
  1µF 8
  2200µF, 16V 1
  2200µF, 16V (or 25V) 1
Capacitor - Monolithic 100nF 39
  330nF 1
Crystal 10MHz 4
DIN Socket 5-Pin 2
  7-Pin 1
Diode 1N4148 5
Header 10-Pin 4
  2-Pin 9
  3-Pin 23
  4-Pin 6
  4-Pin Dual row 1
  5-Pin 18
  8-Pin Dual row 4
IC 24LC512 - 512K EPROM 8
  6N138 Optocoupler 1
  74HC165 - Shift Reg (Parallel to Serial) 5
  74HC595 - Shift Reg (Serial to Parallel) 11
  PIC18F4685 Microcontroller 4
  SID 6581/6582/8580 8
IC Socket 16-Pin 16
  28-Pin 8
  40-Pin 4
  8-Pin 9
Potentiometer - Rotary 500K - Dual Gang 4
Potentiometer - Trimmer 10K 5
Resistor 1.2K 4
  100 Ohm 4
  10K 30
  1K 34
  220 Ohm 20
  5.6K 1
Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin) 10K 10
Stereo Phono Jack with Switch - 4
Toggle Switch Double-Pole, Single-Throw (DPST) 1
Transistor BC337 1
  BC547 16
Voltage Regulator 7805 1
  7809 2
  7812 1
Grand Total   399

 

Here's a link to the full Google spreadsheet, which includes links to component images and part specs from Mouser:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1W_rSaFLbwFaQK3IYP7jA541KzWgE5w33ZtJJ27wmT1Y/edit?usp=sharing  

Cheers!

 

 

 

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24LC512 - 512K EPROM 8

Exactly, you need 7 and one 256, because the last bank is for ensembles and only needs 256kb but it's no problem to use a 512, it's just more expensive.

The Voltage Regulators depend on which SIDs you use.

Are you sure you need 2 7809? I'm too lazy to check this but I can't imagine that you need 2.

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You definitely don't need all of those voltage regulators. it all depends on which of the power supply options you go with.

As of now, there appear to be 5 options (A-E). Personally, I'm going with option E, which is the standard 12v "wall wart" supply This requires a swItching regulator that’s not listed.

Cheers!

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