This Atari 2600 SECAM video mod comes as a Do-It-Yourself kit. Soldering knowledge is required for this project. Although quite simple, this project is not recommended for beginners in electronics, because it requires to make delicate soldering on the electronic board of the Atari 2600 console.
If you prefer the version with the components already welded, see the Mounted version.
A few years ago, Eddy Foucault invented a video mod for the Atari 2600 SECAM version, which adds a a SCART socket video output to the console.
You can find his project very well documented on his blog, which I recommend.
With his permission, I made the PCB he had designed. Thank you Mr. Eddy!
This video mod works only for the Atari 2600 SECAM version, it is not suitable for Atari 2600 PAL or NTSC.
The PCB and all necessary components are provided. You’ll also need to solder wires between the mod PCB and your Atari 2600 motherboard console. This is a delicate operation, not recommended for beginners. I suggest you use thin wires, like AWG30 type (not supplied).
You will still need a cable and a SCART socket for this project (not supplied).