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Discussion in 'Sensors and Actuators' started by Sean801, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. Sean801

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    Hi! My Father recently passed and he was a little bit of a wannabe inventor and had accumulated a garage full of electronics goods over the years.

    I just wondered if anyone could identify these boards he had. They look in absolute mint condition, though I have no idea what they are.

    Would like to know if these are of any use to anyone, what kind of value they hold and if there is anywhere these could be sold? Would be a shame to just throw them away.

    Thanks.
     
  2. bertus

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    Hello,

    Are there pictures of the boards to post?

    Bertus
     
  3. Sean801

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    Hi, thanks for the reply. I'm trying but it keeps saying unable to upload file?
     
  4. bertus

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    Hello,

    Perhaps the files are to large.
    Can you resize the pictures with a paintlike program?

    Bertus
     
  5. Sean801

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    Tried it's still not working. Can I email them to you?
     
  6. bertus

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  7. Sean801

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  8. bertus

    bertus

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    Hello,

    Here they are copied from the AAC.

    Bertus
     

    Attached Files:

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  9. Sean801

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    Thanks for your help!
     
  10. Minder

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    List the part No of the IC's used and most likely it could identify the end use of the boards.
    M.
     
  11. Sean801

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    How would I find that?
     
  12. Minder

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    The IC part No's are on each device, in extreme cases, a OEM/manuf will use proprietary Numbering.
    Post a couple and it should be evident if it is so.
    M.
     
  13. Sean801

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    There is a sticker on this one reading:

    C/N: 1540044Q00

    AAFBFIA000657
     
  14. Minder

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    Looks like a OEM number?:(
    M.
     
  15. Sean801

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    Is that not good?
     
  16. Minder

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    If true, makes it very difficult to identify the purpose of the board.
    M.
     
  17. Sean801

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    I think he may have been using these with some cash counting machines?

    But not 100% on that.
     
  18. Minder

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    They do appear is if they could be some kind of I/O interfaces of some kind.
    M.
     
  19. Sean801

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    Would I have any options as to what I could do with them?
     
  20. Minder

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    Without details of the function of the boards and device identity, they are essentially scrap.
    M.
     
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