Cold Welding – Package 1

In this article I show my first purchase in Cold Welding shop, that sells electronic components. Most of the items were purchased in order to undo the transcoding to PAL-M of an Atari 2600 the Polivoks and also to install a 2600RGB kit on the same. To take advantage of the freight, I ended up buying some extra items. In my town some of these components are somewhat hard to find, so buying online is the only option.

This is a list of items purchased, quantities and prices at the time.

Product Model The Amount Price Total
Flat Cable 16 Color Channels 26 AWG (Metro) 1 R$4,79 R$4,79
Flexible cable Yellow 0, 1 mm 28 AWG (Metro) 5 R$0,31 R $1.55
Flexible cable Blue 0, 1 mm 28 AWG (metro) 5 R$0,31 R $1.55
Shielded Cable Mono 1 Via 1×0,30mm 22 AWG (metro) 1 R$2,74 R$2,74
Carbon 150R resistor 5% 1/4In (MR,VD,MR,DR) 5 R$0,05 R$0,25
Crystal 3.579545 Mhz Half A Cup – HC49S 3 R$0,45 R $1.35
Crystal 3.579545 MHz – HC49U 2 R$0,82 R$1,64
RCA Panel Jack Black Gold (Gold) 1 R$4,33 R$4,33
Yellow Diffused led 8 mm 1 R$0,58 R$0,58
Yellow 5 mm Diffuse led 3 R$0,11 R$0,33
Docking support black for 5 mm Led 1 R$0,75 R$0,75
Support for Led 5 mm Black 1 R$0,40 R$0,40
Shielded Stereo Cable 2 2 routes×0,30mm 22 AWG (metro) 2 R$3,22 R$6,44
Subtotal: R$26,70
e-COURIER (Delivery of 1 a 3 business days after the payment confirmation
):
R$14,06
Total: R$40,76

And this is the video of the unboxing This package:

Everything in order, except Docking support black for 5 mm Led, but I contacted the store and they included a replacement on my next order.

See also some pictures of the items in the package:

The first package purchase in Cold Welding

The first package purchase in Cold Welding

Components of the first purchase in Cold Welding

Components of the first purchase in Cold Welding

Components of the first purchase in Cold Welding

Components of the first purchase in Cold Welding

Twigs from the first purchase in Cold Welding

Twigs from the first purchase in Cold Welding

Components of the first purchase in Cold Welding

Components of the first purchase in Cold Welding

Crystals Oscillators of first purchase in Cold Welding

Crystals Oscillators of first purchase in Cold Welding

Crystals Oscillators of first purchase in Cold Welding

Crystals Oscillators of first purchase in Cold Welding

Support for LED that came broken

Support for LED that came broken

One of the Crystals 3.579545 Mhz Half A Cup – HC49S was used to, in fact, make an Atari 2600 the Polivoks back to display the original NTSC colors. One of the Fuzzy Yellow LEDs 5 mm was also installed on this same Atari, with the aid of Docking support black for 5 mm Led and one of the Fuzzy Yellow LEDs 5 mm. But these are matters for a future article. Wait…

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