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    I'm doing more tv's and power supply boards are not worth anything here at the moment. I don't have a pile but have to decide if I want to include them in the shred pile or ship them.

    So I guess I hold onto them for now. I don't process a lot any more and concentrate on selling on ebay. It will be a long time for the next pallet to shipped from me. 73, Mike

    "Profit begins when you buy NOT when you sell." {quote passed down to me from a wise man}

    Now go beat the copper out of something, Miked

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    This is a Foundry Networks FastIron 4802 Edge Switch. It's identical to the 2402 model except with a higher board population due to double the ports. My guess is telecom-low and it weighs over 2lbs, 11oz which is pretty nice. The power board is the same as the one for the 2402 except it was super quick to remove the power supply unlike the 2402.




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    This is a Cisco 2800 Integrated Service Router. Nice group of boards in this one, mostly telecom and telecom-low. Not shown is a modest power board. Popped the brackets off the two that have them.








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    These are from a Pelco DX 8000 Series DVR.





    Two identical boards, front and back






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    that foundry board is really nice lots of ta and bgas good find

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    This is a Cisco UCS 6120XP 20-Port Fabric Interconnect. In addition there are two power boards weighing around one pound each. This main board weighs just shy of five pounds so it's pretty high value so far as scrap goes. Depending on the telecom grade given, the main board alone could go between $17-30 from some buyers.





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    These are from a Bose 5-CD car stereo. The boards, all mid-grade after cleaning, are actually better than I expected compared to other care stereos I've scrapped but was a huge pain to disassemble. Given how the screws are fixed level by level it's hard to think of a shortcut that could've made it quick.




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    This is a K-Hub Internet Weather Forecaster used to connect satellite receivers to the internet. One quick pry with a flathead and you're done, no screws no nothing. Tiny board but entire process takes about 3 seconds.




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    These are from an SMC Networks Elite Connect Wireless Hotspot Gateway.




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    Great pictures and info

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJinLV View Post
    This is a Foundry Networks FastIron 4802 Edge Switch. It's identical to the 2402 model except with a higher board population due to double the ports. My guess is telecom-low and it weighs over 2lbs, 11oz which is pretty nice. The power board is the same as the one for the 2402 except it was super quick to remove the power supply unlike the 2402.

    That board is high grade telecom for sure. The BGA chips contain a decent amount of gold. Last time I got $4.50 per lb for very similar looking Cisco boards.

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    These are from a Nintendo Wii. Was a little inconvenient to disassemble. The one board with all that gold trace is quite nice and probably some level of telecom. The others are some level of mid grade.








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    This one I picked up as is. Not sure what it came from but it's got a LOT of gold trace.




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    This is from an AT&T 993 2-line phone. Was also two small low grade boards not pictured here. Photo is from before cleaning.




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    This is from a Blackjack 21 handheld poker game. Is some kind of mid grade.




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    These are from an auto compressor evacuation machine that, surprisingly, had no brand name or model number on it (or, more likely, had been pulled or rubbed off over the years). Pics are from before cleaning.








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    These are from an RCA phone model 2542RE1. Boards are from before cleaning.








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    These are from a Panasonic KX-TS4200 phone. Boards are from before cleaning.








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    Quote Originally Posted by JJinLV View Post
    This one I picked up as is. Not sure what it came from but it's got a LOT of gold trace.



    Now THAT is some Gold Board P_rn! NICE!
    I'm so into scrapping.. When my Steel Toe Boots Wear out, I cut the Steel out of them and recycle the Toe!

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    This is an older Cisco Catalyst 5500 backplane board. Individual buyers will have answers for sure but anybody know if this still tends to grade as backplane with all this gold trace.




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