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PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:21 pm 

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Both use aluminum as the board material. One only has a couple small rows of pins that are integral to the board. I know it's not "pin board" grade. I don't know if I should just remove all the AU plated connectors including the pins or leave as is. BTW, for now I left a couple of relays attached due to them having AU plated pins and being held in place by AG plated nuts.
The other board with wire wrapped pins has a lot of dark colored non insulated wire which I believe may be AG.
So, does the AL board mean disqualification from Pin board category or is that the material generally used? If the wire wrapped board is pin board, is it clean enough as is? Thanks!


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2019 12:13 am 

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Nice Boards!

This is a tough one, my guess here is that it will either get High Telecom, Backplane, or even possibly Peripheral in the worst case scenario because of the AL base but it is indeed a wire wrap board.

Havent seen those in a long time. Good Find!

It would be awesome if it is actually graded as such but it would be the buyers call and their decision based on the makeup.

I hope I am wrong but I have a bad feeling this will not be graded as wire wrap board.

Lets see what they say......


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2019 3:38 am 
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That’s not a board as much as it is a bunch of pins stuck in Al.
The aluminium kills pin board.
But I see no reason not to toss it in backplane. Just remove as much wire as you can.

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