34 pin card edge male to male biscut (wafer? adapter?)

William Sudbrink wh.sudbrink at verizon.net
Tue Nov 27 13:56:18 CST 2018



Before I go to the bother of making up a gerber, and

putting in a cheap Chinese PCB order, does anyone

know of any place that has them for sale?


I bought a stack of them for about a buck a piece, a

number of years ago, but I can't seem to find them

for sale anymore.


They are very useful when you want to preserve the

original cables on machines where the CPU and drive

chassis are "permanently" joined but you want the

ease of being able to separate them.  Ohio Scientific

machines are a good example of this.


They are also useful to provide test points in the CPU

to drive signals.


Over the years, I've lost a few and given a few away

and now I need some more.



Bill S.

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