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speculatrix
post Dec 6 2005, 01:33 PM
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QUOTE(loc4me @ Nov 5 2005, 11:58 PM)
Regarding the  WML-C09-AHR chip that Guylhem recomened. Does anyone (DIRK) know if that chip is able to just be mounted/soldered and go. Will it work with out the voltage regulators and such. Or does it even need them.

I have also contacted segor.de about the WML-C09-AHR chip. They are very good about replying to my emails which is great b/c i cant read there website. Shipping is very expensive to the US though. i am thinking about shipping to the UK where my mother is visiting for couple weeks then have here bring it back for me.

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Guyhlem has confirmed that the WML-C09 device can literally be dropped on the PC B and soldered in - so it's very low risk. It's only IF you want to be able to remove it that you'd use wires.

I was going to wait till the memory chips were on their way, but seems like it's a way off, so I want to order a bluetooth module from Segor soon. I am in the UK, so is there anyone who wants to share the postage to the UK? I could post to the USA too, but that only makes sense if there's no local seller (someone pointed out a local distributor).

Paul
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post Dec 7 2005, 11:48 AM
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speculatrix,

I have a 6000L which needs serious surgery on my desk, and a WML AHR C09.
I will try to take a pic so you can see for yourself how it match (look for the 6000D or 6000W motherboard scan - you will recognise the chip)

However, I must repeat again, I did not yet perform the surgery, because the 6000L is *not* working. I can solder it as much as I want - I can't test it until it's revived.

I need SMD soldering to do that... currently exploring my local options, with little hope.

Guylhem
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post Dec 7 2005, 01:17 PM
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QUOTE(speculatrix @ Dec 6 2005, 04:33 PM)
QUOTE(loc4me @ Nov 5 2005, 11:58 PM)
Regarding the  WML-C09-AHR chip that Guylhem recomened. Does anyone (DIRK) know if that chip is able to just be mounted/soldered and go. Will it work with out the voltage regulators and such. Or does it even need them.

I have also contacted segor.de about the WML-C09-AHR chip. They are very good about replying to my emails which is great b/c i cant read there website. Shipping is very expensive to the US though. i am thinking about shipping to the UK where my mother is visiting for couple weeks then have here bring it back for me.

-mark
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Guyhlem has confirmed that the WML-C09 device can literally be dropped on the PC B and soldered in - so it's very low risk. It's only IF you want to be able to remove it that you'd use wires.

I was going to wait till the memory chips were on their way, but seems like it's a way off, so I want to order a bluetooth module from Segor soon. I am in the UK, so is there anyone who wants to share the postage to the UK? I could post to the USA too, but that only makes sense if there's no local seller (someone pointed out a local distributor).

Paul
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I did not order the chips and have then sent to my Mom while she was in the UK, but i am still very interested in getting a couple. I would be up for using you as a middle man. I could use 2 chips. If you have enough peolple who want to get in on this let me know so i can send you money.

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post Jan 14 2006, 09:54 AM
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Count me in for the Bluetooth upgrade and the WML-C09-AHR chip. I'm located in St. Louis, MO, USA. Let me know when you guys in the states are ready to place an order.
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post Jan 26 2006, 02:16 AM
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Yeah, count me in aswell.
Im about to recieve a 6000, and bluetooth is usefull!
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post Feb 27 2006, 01:01 AM
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im intrested in the bluetooth too. let me know about chip avaiblity
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post May 12 2006, 09:27 AM
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Now that I have sourced a flash chip AND a rom image for my 6000, I am going ahead with purchase of the CML modules from segor.de as I also have gotten access to a surface mount soldering kit.

When I last contacted them back in October last year, sales@segor.de, they wanted 39 euros per device including German sales tax @16%, 7 euros for regular postage.

I am going to buy TWO of these, so I'll have one "spare" to sell on or fit to another 6000 if someone is willing to travel to Cambridge (assuming, too, that it all works) - so contact me soon if interested.

Given that the cost of postage isn't a killer, others can always buy their own.

I will add followup when I know the current price!
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post May 30 2006, 01:44 AM
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QUOTE(guylhem @ Oct 14 2005, 08:54 AM)
1. Purchase a WML AHR C09 from Segor.de
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Either some 6000s have different PCBs or this is NOT the right module - the C09 has hard metric pitch contact spacing (it's surface so has no pins), my 6000 has something else. I will post photos showing this soon.

If anyone has a metric 6000, and wants to buy a brand new unused WML-C09, let me know!
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