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post #16 of 18

The O2 is really easy to do. Just read the directions on the O2 site. Smallest parts first, then the larger ones. Save the battery terminals and mosfets for last. Be careful when doing the mosfets - you don't want any ESD frying them. Kyu, I have an extra power jack that was back ordered at Mouser when I did the project so if you want it it's yours. Just let me know. It apparently just shipped... only... 3 months after I finished the project. :/

post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by ashbeowulf View Post

I ordered the backorder parts through element 14 instead. Just search the part number through them instead smily_headphones1.gif also nwavguy addresses the backorder power plug in one of the pages' comments. Pm me if you have any issues I'll try and help!
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Awesome! I'll order the other parts from there. That saves me time! I shall have a working O2 by the month's end! I'm just waiting for my paycheck before I order the parts. 

post #18 of 18

I didn't even do smaller first then larger, I went in a straight line down the board, then moved on to the next straight line down the board, and so on and so forth.

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