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Help Identifying this PCB!!??!

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Fordy11, 10 Dec 2015.

  1. Fordy11

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    Hello,

    Am having a good clearout of my late fathers stuff and have found 4 identical PCB's, though they appear to be lacking any info to help ascertain what they actually are!

    We found another one simply titled Stelrad Board 6A', which is obviously self explanatory, but can make head nor tale of these ones!

    Any help much appreciated! IMG_2446.JPG IMG_2447.JPG
     
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    Yeah i tried contacting but I think they are no longer in business unfortunately. Thanks for the effort anyway, don't think this is somethignt hat will get solved.
     
  5. Dan Robinson

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    Something screams horribly of Potterton there, but I could be mistaken.
     
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    They still seem to be around:-

    Contact Information

    Kiteron
    Unit 6 11 Maltings Industrial Estate, Derby Road
    Burton-on-Trent
    DE14 1RN
    Telephone: 01283 510151

    But they are only electronics assemblers.

    The PCBs seem to be quite old technology, probably about early 70s.

    They include op amps and analogue mutiplexers.

    I am pretty sure they would not have been from any domestic boiler but possibly from some commercial system.

    My guess would be that they formed some kind of analogue monitoring system.

    But so old that they are unlikely to have any current significant value.

    Tony
     
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    Potterton ?
    Don't quit the day job, the comedy circuit is not for you
     
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    I've never seen domestic boiler pcbs like that before
    The components and interface are not right,
    Look like part of an analogue monitoring or control system
    Dispose of them corrctly under the WEEE regs
     
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    Potterton ... ha ha
    think you need to jog on
     
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    must be 10 years since I changed it
     
  13. Dan Robinson

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    So your little gimp raden happen to appear at the same time.... Oh look, he and my posts have been deleted. What a surprise.:rolleyes:
     
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    Now then be nice to each other!

    Did you meet Geoff at my party a while ago Dan?
     
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    We used to use a lot of Geoff's PCBs when we were into maintenance. Good stuff, highly recommended.
     
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