S34 system

From: John Rollins <rexstout_at_uswest.net>
Date: Tue Apr 7 18:38:59 1998

Well, I'm just thinking odd thoughts right now(specifically about
converting a CB radio I have to the 10m amateur band), but if you can
figure out all the output voltages that the computer uses, than it
shouldn't be too hard to either build several power supplies to handle the
large amounts of power it needs, or perhaps re-wind the main power
transformers(or just replace them with somethign that has the same output).
Which brings me to another thought, what IS the output voltage of the power
supply/transformer(s)? And of course, if the hard(and floppy) drive motors
need 220v, you can also look for replacement motors that run on 110v.
That's what I'm going to need to do for my Series/1.

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