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August 29, 2011, 02:57:17 AM
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Selling some stuff to hopefuly raise some money for a '94 explorer(have link if needed) for 120 BTC.
Being out of work due to an on the job injury and on public assistance it's a little difficult to go to interviews for even a part time job. That and I need a job to fund BitCard further. I already have 0.49 btc to go to this. I'm also mining from my laptop, but it's cpu mining so it brings next nothing from that of a desktop with a gpu miner.
So here's what I've got:

mid-tower case 2btc                                                  20pn ATX molenix connector 0.11btc
American Union Telegraph co mini watering can 0.11btc    Piezo-Electric Mic Peace 0.053btc
Saitek usb keyboard 1.1btc                                          Jumpers 0.011btc x3
Verizon LG VX8300 1.1btc                                            Maxell CR2032 3v battery 0.053btc
OEG 12v 5pst relay 0.053btc                                        0.47uf 275vac block capacitor 0.053btc x2
OEG 12b6pst relay 0.053btc                                         0.22uf 275vac block capacitor 0.053btc x2
ST IC Chip #STV9118 0.053btc                                     Sanyo 1500uf 6.3v capacitor 0.053btc x4
12pn M to 24pn F foot patch cable 0.11btc                     14.318mhz crystal 0.053btc
Intel Celeron 1.8ghz CPU 3.164btc                                 8.0mhz crystal 0.053btc
NEC IC Chip #02164GC 0.053btc                                    Toshiba 3lg voltage regulator #C5387 0.11btc
Notatek IC Chip #Nt6865U-30041 0.11btc                       3leg voltage regulator 0.053btc x9
IC Chip #Lm3258N 0.053btc                                          pec 4lg voltage regulator #2149 0.11btc
Novatek IC Chip #NT6812K-20024 0.11btc                       8lg voltage regulator 0.053btc
Samsung IC Chip #K4H28038D-TCB 0.053btc x7                Topps Heritage BB Box 1btc[/b]
Intel IC Chip #N82802AB* 0.053btc                                Topps 60yrs BB Box 1btc[/b]
SMSC I Chip #LPC47M172-NR 0.11btc                             David Eddings: Guardians of the West 1btc
Broadcom IC Chip #BCM4212KQL 0.053btc                       David Eddings: King of the Murgos 1btc
IC Chip #EH442AP 0.053btc x3                                       David Eddings: Sorceress of Darsheva 1btc
IC Chip #DA82562ET 0.053btc                                       David Eddings:The Seekers of Keel 1btc
IC Chip #S13012-KSA 0.053btc x3                                  XBox controller potometer 0.053btc
Nokia BL-4c Battery 0.11btc                                          XBox Memory Module 0.11btc
Taicon 200v 390uf capacitor 0.11btc x2                          Tin Cans for storage 0.053btc x13
XBox Motor w/lead and weight 0.11btc                            Gateway CD-R/RW internal drive 1btc
Saitek USB keyboard 2btc                                                     Brand new HDMI cable 0.4510 btc
9lg transformer 0.113 btc                                                     ps/2 header(for kb & mse) 0.1130 btc
6lg med transformer 0.113 btc                                            Hard Drive magnet 0.4510 btc
5lg med transformer 0.113 btc                                            Sampo monitor transformer 3.3860 btc
7lg med transformer 0.113 btc                                            PCI header(60pns) 0.1130 btc x3
4lg med transformer 0.113 btc x2                                       Modem header(dual jack,6pns ea side) 0.1130 btc
Netgear WN111v2 usb card(stopped working) 0.113 btc
Hawking Technology usb card(stopped working) 0.113 btc
Serial Port(9pns, has side screws &grounds) 0.1130 btc
Audio Header(mic line hp, 12pns w/grounds) 0.1130 btc
Printer Header(25pns w/grounds) 0.1130 btc
LAN/USB Combo Header(LAN on top 2 usb ports underneath,21pns w/grounds) 0.2820 btc
Sunon case fan(has leads, no connector) 0.4510 btc
25v 1000uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
25v 220uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
10v 2500uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
10v 1000 uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
10v 470uf capacitor 0.0560 btc




Sorry my stuff isn't more valuable. Let me know if you want any of it.
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August 29, 2011, 11:31:07 AM
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August 29, 2011, 09:13:54 PM
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bump(it almost went off the list lol).
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August 30, 2011, 05:24:28 AM
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bump.. received 0.01 btc towards my cause bringing the total to 0.5905 btc.
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August 30, 2011, 05:29:37 AM
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How much is shipping?

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August 30, 2011, 05:31:29 AM
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depends on where you are on what youre buying.
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August 30, 2011, 05:43:33 AM
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Are all the ICs and capacitors new or used? Are they in reel packaging or loose?

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August 30, 2011, 05:46:09 AM
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The ICs are used but were pulled from working hardware.
Their loose except for the cpu which is in a holder to keep the pins straight.
All ICs have straight pins as well.
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August 30, 2011, 05:51:12 AM
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The ICs are used but were pulled from working hardware.
Their loose except for the cpu which is in a holder to keep the pins straight.
All ICs have straight pins as well.

What kind of desoldering equipment do you have? I'm considering buying all of them just to have some more interesting parts in my parts bin.. (currently mostly filled with Microchip PIC series MCUs, opamps, and mosfets, along with a large bag of mixed, spilled SMT resistors and capacitors Sad)

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August 30, 2011, 05:57:44 AM
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I was using a 15wt soldering wand from radio shack(the one with the copper tip) to get the bigger chips and a Ronson torch to get the smaller ones. True it torches the board and they smell something awful, but only way to get those surface mounted parts off the board. None of the parts I've desoldered with this method have been torched in any way,shape or form. I have more capacitors then I know what to do with.

You know those medium plastic stackable pull-out drawers? I have one of those full of components I've pulled off including several solid state relays(with a input of 12v and an output of 12v). Whole thing weighs a good 8lbs. In there are some high unifarad capacitors like the ones found in the old dot matrix printers. With I had them all.
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August 30, 2011, 06:00:48 AM
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I'm going to bump this just because it's so sad X_x
I hope you get enough money man.

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August 30, 2011, 06:04:41 AM
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Yeah me too.. this is what our economy has done to the middle class.
It's practically wiped it out so folks like me struggle to hold on to whatever I have.
I'm fortunate that my wife's dad's house had a spare bedroom to share.
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August 30, 2011, 06:05:09 AM
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I was using a 15wt soldering wand from radio shack(the one with the copper tip) to get the bigger chips and a Ronson torch to get the smaller ones. True it torches the board and they smell something awful, but only way to get those surface mounted parts off the board. None of the parts I've desoldered with this method have been torched in any way,shape or form. I have more capacitors then I know what to do with.

You know those medium plastic stackable pull-out drawers? I have one of those full of components I've pulled off including several solid state relays(with a input of 12v and an output of 12v). Whole thing weighs a good 8lbs. In there are some high unifarad capacitors like the ones found in the old dot matrix printers. With I had them all.

I wouldn't trust a torch or radioshack iron with any kind of IC.. not saying that most or even any of yours are burnt, but in my experience, removing chips is somewhat risky even with a professional smt hot air rework station. I know exactly what your talking about with the plastic drawers..have 3 sets of them myself full of components for random projects I like to work on. I'm definitely interested in your 1 farad or higher capacitors though, what are the exact ratings on them? and the solid state relays.

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August 30, 2011, 06:11:50 AM
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I'll have to see if my folks will send em to me. I'm in NY and their in TN.
I do have some sorta high caps here with me though.

16v 2200uf capacitor x3
6.3v 1500uf capacitor x4
6.3v 330uf capacitor x2
4v 650uf capacitor x5
200v 390uf capacitor x2
and then I have some ceramic capacitors and a bunch of mica capacitors I have no idea their values since their not written on the side, just their mfg markings.
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August 30, 2011, 06:14:27 AM
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I'll have to see if my folks will send em to me. I'm in NY and their in TN.
I do have some sorta high caps here with me though.

16v 2200uf capacitor x3
6.3v 1500uf capacitor x4
6.3v 330uf capacitor x2
4v 650uf capacitor x5
200v 390uf capacitor x2
and then I have some ceramic capacitors and a bunch of mica capacitors I have no idea their values since their not written on the side, just their mfg markings.

I was thinking 1,000,000uf or higher. uf = microfarad, not unifarad, I assumed by unifarad, you meant a 1 farad... I'm still interested in the solid state relays though.

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August 30, 2011, 06:15:52 AM
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I wouldn't have anything that high. Hell, I've never seen anything that high.
The relays would probly have to wait a couple of weeks or more.
That hurricane's done a real mess down there.
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August 30, 2011, 06:22:40 AM
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I wouldn't have anything that high. Hell, I've never seen anything that high.
The relays would probly have to wait a couple of weeks or more.
That hurricane's done a real mess down there.

The big ones are real fun Cheesy http://electronicplus.com/images/products/1F-20S.jpg
You should get some bigger ones if you like playing with electronics, they can power a small chip for days, and make one hell of a spark if you discharge them (make sure their pulse rated!!). Theres some really big ones used in car audio too, between 1F and 10F, but they don't like being pulse discharged.

Let me know when you have specs on the relays, don't get them mailed to you or anything though, I'd have to know the numbers before I can commit to buying.

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August 30, 2011, 06:26:34 AM
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I take it back lol, I've seen one but I don't own it.
I know their all 4-post relays(2 in 2 out) with inputs of 125v and outputs of 12v.
If I had the whole lot sent up to me it would still benefit me even if you didn't buy them(then again I don't know anyone else that would want 24 solid state relays lol).
I'll let you know.

In the meantime, I do still need to get this stuff sold to put towards that '94 explorer.
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August 30, 2011, 04:38:58 PM
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Found some more stuff to put up.

Saitek USB keyboard 2btc
9lg transformer 0.113 btc
6lg med transformer 0.113 btc
5lg med transformer 0.113 btc
7lg med transformer 0.113 btc
4lg med transformer 0.113 btc x2
Netgear WN111v2 usb card(usb end got smashed inside) 0.113 btc
Hawking Technology usb card(stopped working suddenly) 0.113 btc


I'll list more as I deal with it.
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August 30, 2011, 06:43:34 PM
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...and a few more to add. Found these in a box downstairs.

Brand new HDMI cable 0.4510 btc
ps/2 header(for kb & mse) 0.1130 btc
Hard Drive magnet 0.4510 btc
Sampo monitor transformer(plugs into the back of the tube) 1.6930 btc
PCI header(60pns) 0.1130 btc x3
Modem header(dual jack,6pns ea side) 0.1130 btc
Serial Port(9pns, has side screws &grounds) 0.1130 btc
Audio Header(mic line hp, 12pns w/grounds) 0.1130 btc
Printer Header(25pns w/grounds) 0.1130 btc
LAN/USB Combo Header(LAN on top 2 usb ports underneath,21pns w/grounds) 0.2820 btc
Sunon case fan(has leads, no connector) 0.4510 btc
25v 1000uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
25v 220uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
10v 2500uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
10v 1000 uf capacitor 0.0560 btc
10v 470uf capacitor 0.0560 btc

And then I obviously have a bunch of pokemon, yu-gi-oh, magic the gathering and baseball cards I can take out of the BitCard inventory for this. Also wish to update that I have 0.501 btc towards my goal of a '94 Ford Explorer a guy here in Liverpool is selling.
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