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1231C-7701 (rated 72-120V) for parts or repair. Pay shipping and it's yours.

This controller was working great then blew "on" i.e. 100% output one day. Thank goodness for circuit breakers in the car! I replaced it with one from another project and this one has just sat. If nobody wants it I'll end up scrapping it so please let me know if you're interested. White Curtis 1231.jpg on the base is thermal compound (it was mounted on a heat sink.)
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1231C-7701 (rated 72-120V) for parts or repair. Pay shipping and it's yours.

This controller was working great then blew "on" i.e. 100% output one day. Thank goodness for circuit breakers in the car! I replaced it with one from another project and this one has just sat. If nobody wants it I'll end up scrapping it so please let me know if you're interested. White View attachment 122555 on the base is thermal compound (it was mounted on a heat sink.) View attachment 122555
Hi there is this still available?
 

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No, it is gone (sorry if the thread title wasn't clear).

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