View Full Version : Controller parts need a good home

09-05-2011, 11:49 PM
>>>>>>> Thank goodness for timestamps! 10 respondents up until 5 am, my time. Most activity in the first 2 hours. Some articles in higher demand so, unfortunately, a couple of folks will be disappointed. I'll be in contact with estimated postage, etc. Again thanks for your help in the the clean up! >>>>>>

Tom Sisk

Hello all,

>>>>> Thanks for response, everything claimed! I'll confirm the receipients later today (Tuesday) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I've been cleaning out my lab and have a bunch of stuff which may be of value to those here.

While the parts all have some value, I'll be happy to send them off for the value of postage (you pay Duty, as the case may be).

Hopefully, they will allow someone to take on a project or two or maybe use in some way to help some struggling hobbiest.


5 units, MultTrax Controller - a fore-runner of things like the Stamp except on a 4 x 6 board. Has BASIC on board. Program it with with a simple terminal program like Procomm or Hyperterminal. Includes photocopied manual. Has digital inputs/outputs and a socket for multi-channel a/d.

GONE --2 units, MultTrax multi-tasking controller - similar to above; larger board BASIC on-board.

3 LCD displays, 2 line by 80 char with Hitachi controllers. Plug into port on MultiTrax boards but probably can be used with any general purpose controller.

2 SX-28 protoboards, Parallax part # 45300

2 SX-48 protoboards, Parallax part # 45302

GONE -NetMedia BX-24 development kit ( 7 BX-24 chips, 1 proto-board, 1 wallwart)

GONE - Netmedia Site Player Webserver development kit ( board, serial cable, quick-start guide) Similar to PINK.

Cue Cat barcode scanner

GONE - Parallax USB Oscilliscope

GONE - HP Palmtop PC - Windows CE. Touch-screen uses stylus (most of the time). Has docking station and serial cable.
Like most of these units, frame has crack around screen (repaired) which gives interesting results during certain phases of the moon. Keyboard always works.

PM me with questions or to lay claim. First come, first served.

Tom Sisk

09-06-2011, 12:16 AM
PM sent


09-06-2011, 12:57 AM
I could use the Netmedia Site Player Webserver development kit and one of the LCD displays. Awfully nice of you to offer these up. I'll PM u now.


09-06-2011, 02:53 AM
Hi, you might have something I need. If I end up not completing my project I promise to come back here and give it away just like you.
Here is my thread, hope you can help.