Unfortunately, the video is not much of exploration of these mods-but impressive that all these things went into the final unit. One thing not mentioned-weight savings. The SX is a HEAVY beast. I'd bet there was significant weight loss going on.Here the specs (10/8/2017):
LCD Monitor 5.6" model: Pollin JD567M03/AT056TN52
New Flash Memory SMD MX25L4006E to enable the SVIDEO for the LCD Monitor (not enabled by default) Thanks to Marty Radwar.
SX-64 LCD Display Mounting Frame + front glass - Designs by Thomas Koch.
DUAL SID (6581/8580) switchable with a keyboard shortcut (Keyman64) and a Bicolor led status monitor.
Replaced the wrong 6581 filter capacitors on all SX-64 (22000pf instead of 470pf)
New TFT Controller Board (Volume/TFT Monitor Settings..and so on..) by Zipcom.
Standby Pololu Pushbutton Mosfets Power Switches. Battery charging even if it off.
Automatic Low Voltage Disconnect Module LVD, Protect/Prolong Battery Life.
Reroute the main power switch.
Small Audio Amplifier + Pololu Mosfets Power Switches for remote control.
Small Oval Speaker.
2 x 12v 3.5A Batteries in series for a total of 24v 3.5A.
Battery locking system for easy maintenance.
SCP-75-24 Mean Well Switching PSU with Battery Backup and Battery charger of 27.6V 2.7A.
78T05 & 78T12 (3A Positive Fixed Voltage Regulator) to fix the problem of the high frequencies which are perceived in the audio section caused by the two DC-DC converters.
Ultimate 1541-II inside the original Floppy Drive.
Programmable Battery level voltage monitor.
BlueTooh Module v4.1+EDR for optional Audio Output.
Suppressor Filter for the LCD Monitor.
USB Female, extension of the Ultimate 1541-II (inside the storage compartment)
Keyman64 to control the peripherals via keyboard shortcuts. (like poweroff LCD Monitor/Bluetooth/Audio Amplifer/U1541 II Buttons ..and so on..)
Overlay64 to write information and status on the screen (Overlapping)
Delayed power up the LCD monitor to avoid sync problems for a few seconds on power up caused by the overlay64. I have used a Pololu Mosfets Power Switches remotely controlled by Keyman64.
Automatic Fan Temperature Circuit (On/Off/Speed). I have used a SUNON MAGLev FAN HA60151V4-000U-999 which requires only 52mA.
Bluetooth Status LED (flashing search/stable found)
Summary of the LEDs status:
- Floppy RED LED (Floppy Reading/Writing)
- BIG GREEN (RGB multiColor) LED Battery Status.
- RED LED (8580) - GREEN (6581)
- YELLOW / RED LED (1541 Ultimate Status/D64 Mount/SDCard)
- BLUE Bluetooth Status LED (flashing search/stable found)
2 Days in Standby
Some part of the Floppy Disk Drive.
Disk Drive Controller.