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ATnoX: Use ATX power supplies in Big-Box Amigas

Published 11.10.2020 - 15:45 by osz

Lately, there have been an increasing number of hardware projects related to the topic of power supply, this time too.

ATnoX is a small adapter board that should enable ATX power supplies to be used in computers that actually rely on AT, XT or Amiga power supplies. In the case of the Amiga, a generator for the so-called TICK signal was taken into account. This is a 50/60 Hz rectangular signal, which is required by some so-called big box Amigas to switch on.

The source files as well as the Gerber files are located in the GitHub repository.

To the GitHub project: https://github.com/hkzlab/ATnoX

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