Stereo Images From Juneau

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MF Cameras
Stereo Mounting
MF Viewer
Digital Twins
Stereo Help
Stereo Methods
TDC Stereo Vivid
NSA 2004


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Packaging the Electronics

This was a pretty simple part of the operation.  It involved picking the portions of the original electronics I wanted to keep and fitting them into the remaining space in the viewer.  While I have confidence that there is space inside the viewer for batteries, my design parameters include external power supplied through a DC jack.  There would be no batteries or even a power switch so all I needed to move from the original light panel was:

  • Inverter
  • Lamp 
  • DC jack
Finished jack placement
Locating DC jack in the viewer body

The DC jack was placed on the left side near the bottom edge.  The seam between the original diffuser and the black viewer body provided an excellent spot to insert the jack.  Then, it was just a matter of using the X-Acto knife very carefully in the two halves of the shell.

I placed the inverter in the middle of the back of my light sandwich with a very large blob of Shoe-goo.  There was excess wire length, so I trimmed it to size and soldered it back into place.  Again, no power switch was used.  When the unit is plugged in, the light will come on.

The result was a trim package that let me hold the light and electronics in the palm of my hand and fit fully into the stock diffuser cavity.  With confidence that the illumination of the viewer was going to succeed, I now turned my attention to making my slides fit and look great in this viewer.    Next

Inverter mounted on back of sandwich
Full depth notch in diffuser panel Illuminator in place ready to reconnect to viewer body

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