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Johnfish (Computer) (OP)
8 May 08 11:52
Looking for any documentation for a Westinghouse multibus power supply 4D33613G01.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

John
ScottyUK (Electrical)
8 May 08 14:36
Will have a look tomorrow - think you'll be out of luck with a schematic but I have got some data. Have you got the Westinghouse-supplied information? I think I still have some info on the Todd and Deltron supplies, maybe Pioneer Magnetics too. Couple of years ago I could have given you a pallet of 110V DC input Multibus supplies but I think I gave 'em all to Fawley power station at Southampton rather than scrap them.

If you are stuck then try these guys:

http://www.deepsouthhardwaresolutions.com/

I've never had to deal with them yet but they have a big inventory including what you are looking for. Got to be better than Emerson's list price!
 
  

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Johnfish (Computer) (OP)
8 May 08 15:11
Scotty,

That would be great. Any info you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I have no info on the westinghouse stuff.

Thanks again!

John
ScottyUK (Electrical)
9 May 08 8:35
Hi John,


I have the following docs:

DPU power schematic (8671C41)
DPU Multibus schematic (8671C42)
AC/DC Multibus schematic (9081A87)
Weir SM200 DPU supply (1D54592)
Todd MTX-403-10384 (405A431)
Pioneer Magnetics DC/DC (405A857)
Q-Line I/O (404A682)
Over-voltage board (7381A97)

None that match the number you listed and I can't find it on the 'official' spares list. Do any of the above seem relevant? If so I'll scan them and upload them to a file host.
 

 

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Johnfish (Computer) (OP)
9 May 08 20:53
Scotty,

Thanks so much! I work with all of these boards. If you could find a way to get me copies I would greatly appreciate it!

John
ScottyUK (Electrical)
10 May 08 3:45
I'll see what I can sort out on Monday - some are spec sheets with pin-outs, others are full schematics. Should be able to upload it for you I think.

You must have a pretty old system - is it a nuke? Didn't think there were many non-nukes still running Level 6 and Level 7 systems.
  

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Johnfish (Computer) (OP)
12 May 08 9:54
Scotty,

Thanks again for the help. We do work with some of the older 6 and 7 level systems. They are non nuke.

Again I appreciate the help!

John
ScottyUK (Electrical)
22 May 08 6:58
Johnfish (Computer) (OP)
22 May 08 9:53
Scotty,

Thanks Much for the documents!  I hope you didnt go to too much trouble to upload them. I really appreciate it!

John
ScottyUK (Electrical)
22 May 08 10:56
No problem, only took 15 mins or so to scan and upload. Buy me a beer some time. thumbsup2
  

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Johnfish (Computer) (OP)
22 May 08 11:10
Definitely...  Just let me know when and where!  

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