[cctalk] Re: Replacing the Flyback Transformer From My VAXmate
robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Mon May 18 16:54:51 CDT 2020
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> Subject: [cctalk] Re: Replacing the Flyback Transformer From My VAXmate
> Tai-Ho (Taiwan) was the OEM supplier for flyback transformers used by
> in the early Macintosh computers (1984+).
> Russell Industries (New York, USA) produced replacement flyback
> for monitors and TVs, these appear on eBay and remaining TV repair supply
> As noted, while the circular pin-out is often standardized, the voltages
> be double-checked.
Thanks for this. I am having trouble finding any information on them, such
as datasheets. Any ideas where to find this kind of information?
> From: "Rob Jarratt" <robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com>
> To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts"
> Subject: Replacing the Flyback Transformer From My VAXmate
> I am about as certain as I can be that the flyback transformer from my
> VAXmate monitor board has failed. I know this is probably impossible, but
> wondering if there is a way to find a more modern equivalent? How
> standardised are these things? I do see a lot that appear to have the same
> circular arrangement of the pins.
> The VAXmate one is a Tai-Ho TH-1802B and according the Technical
> Description has a primary voltage of +28V and produces auxiliary voltages
> +13.1kV @85uA max
> +950V @200uA
> +45V @75mA max
> -100V @1.2mA
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