Top left, first post is the finished package. Top right is the transistor they use, then the transistor on the board with the other components required to adjust the voltage.
Middle left and right are different views of the finished package.
Bottom left is a "breakout" board with a (very funky) 3-pole socket for the transistor. Bottom right is the package in the socket for a finished product that's easy to wire.
It's all a little "un-engineered" for me, but I like to pot stuff and would probably find a way to water-cool it or something!
"Eat, drink and be merry. For tomorrow we die."
1975 GL 1000 (First Year) under the knife; soon to be a cafe' inspired "Boss" of a freedom machine.