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Hate to throw this one away....

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Don Lancaster, Sep 6, 2005.

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  1. We are busy triaging our inventory to make room for more and better stuff.

    I'm about to trash out what is obviously at least a $10,000.00 custom
    breadboard and test adaptor. It came from Cottonwood Technologies, a
    bankrupt optical wafer scanning company apparently screwed over by Motorola.

    Mint condition, apparently unused. June of 2001 mfg date.
    Suspect it is some sort of a passthru sniffer.

    It is about a foot square and at least five layers and an eighth of an
    inch thick. It has two ultra dense 300 pin gold connectors in the
    middle. Many of the pins are apparently routed to approximately ONE
    HUNDRED gold SMA jacks. There's also an oddball ic or two, a reset
    switch, zillions of surface mount bypass caps, and five power jacks.

    Brand is "TeraConnect part number is TC-0089.
    This company also appears defunct or nearly so.
    Names on board include M. Wood and W. Brown.

    First $39 takes it.
    Otherwise it is history.

    We guarantee it to be "approximate quantity - one".
    No docs.

    I do have lots more of the 300 pin connectors on original reels as well.

    Many thanks,

    Don Lancaster
    Synergetics 3860 West First Street Box 809 Thatcher, AZ 85552
    voice: (928)428-4073 email:

    Please visit my GURU's LAIR web site at
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