Member Since: June 3, 2010

Country: United States

  • Great kit for even an uber n00b! 3.34V and 5.08V output options using your 9V DC adapter. First time soldering, but I managed to keep the contacts separate even on some of the close ones. Definitely use a pen tip solder iron if you have one. Mine is an older beveled tip like a fat flathead screwdriver... not very easy for the small wire contacts. For the capacitors... anode (long pin if it has one) goes to square marking on PCB. Also, the negative hole is marked with a minus "-" sign (location for shorter of the two wires). First PCB experience, so I had to look this up.

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