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Dolphin Data Labs now selling USB to SATA PCB Kit!

Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:00 pm

I just noticed on Dophin's website that they are now selling a kit of SATA PCB's compatable with the USB My Passport varients: http://www.dolphindatalab.com/product/w ... b-package/


I'd love to see some other kits, such as an entire WD Marvel or F3 family set. Perhaps they'll get to that next. I actually suggested this idea to Donor Drives but they didn't respond.

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Re: Dolphin Data Labs now selling USB to SATA PCB Kit!

Sat Jan 17, 2015 4:50 pm

Jared wrote:I just noticed on Dophin's website that they are now selling a kit of SATA PCB's compatable with the USB My Passport varients: http://www.dolphindatalab.com/product/w ... b-package/


I'd love to see some other kits, such as an entire WD Marvel or F3 family set. Perhaps they'll get to that next. I actually suggested this idea to Donor Drives but they didn't respond.


Well,
Does Someone Know How Many PCB They Would Be Giving And What Are There Part Numbers .I Had Posted To HDDguru For a Simple 1 thread But No One Replied .
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Re: Dolphin Data Labs now selling USB to SATA PCB Kit!

Sat Jan 17, 2015 5:42 pm

They mention 10 USB PCB numbers, so I assume that's the number of SATA PCBs included:
Western Digital USB-SATA PCB Package contains all the compatible SATA PCBs for the most common USB PCBs including USB PCB 701635, 701675, 771737, 771754, 771761, 771801, 771814, 771817, 771859, 771961.

The matching SATA board numbers are probably those listed in the ACE list, which Jared already posted here I think, i.e.,
:USB -> SATA
701605 - 701499
701615 - 701499
701635 - 701572
701650 - 701499
701675 - 701672
771737 - 701692 or 771692
771754 - 701692
771761 - 771692
771801 - 771823
771814 - 771820
771859 - 771852
771949 - 771959
771961 - 771960, 771939, or 771959
771962 - 771931
771859 - (possibly 771852 or 771823 - untested)

At $159USD, that's a fair price per board ($15.90) if you don't have a set already.

I know you are supposed to match the MCU and motor controller ICs and that Brian has mentioned a few in this post. There are others mentioned in that thread, too, IIRC.

Edit: oops, my list was obsolete; I've inserted Jared's list, which I now see you have already read in another post.

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Re: Dolphin Data Labs now selling USB to SATA PCB Kit!

Sun Jan 18, 2015 12:20 pm

Well,
Dolphin Make a Lot Of Money .They Are Selling The Tl866CS Programmer For 2 Times Expensive.I Am Willing To Compile a Kit but i Could Only Sell In India ,Provided We Come To a Decision That Exactly is Required .My China Rep Office In shenzen Could Send This To Other Placed BTW .So Lets Come To a Decision Whats The Final Number Of Boards Required .
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Re: Dolphin Data Labs now selling USB to SATA PCB Kit!

Fri Mar 06, 2015 9:12 am

Today i recovered drive WD5000KMVV-11BG7S0 (Shasta 3D family) with bad usb pcb 701675-004.
I swapped successfully with donor sata 771672-004 so you can add in the list that 701675 is compatible also with 771672.
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