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Brad A.

Member Since: September 8, 2009

Country: United States

  • I had that up to pass around the link. There was no markup for me if anyone were to buy one of that design, and I really would have advised against anyone buying one in the first place. Sorry I didn't make that clearer. It was there to show some people, not because I expect someone to want to fab a design I haven't verified, and indeed have a good list of fixes to apply to.
    Wonder if it would be a good idea to separate out the "here's a design, fab one if you want" from the "here's a design, buy one" boards.

  • Nice... I've been working on a project with the Philips SAA1064, but this one will drive double the segments (albeit likely at a lower maximum current).

  • What's the best way to get the pins straight on the output? I just warmed up the joint and used needlenose pliers to get them straight enough to insert, but there's got to be a better way.

  • That Polycom?

  • Plus: Cool 80s font. (Not as pictured.)
    Minus: The adhesive on the feet... time to break out the Gorilla Glue.

No public wish lists :(