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post #46 of 222
Hi Fred, thanks, that's what I thought, OK I'll give a perf board a try and see how I get on..... I saw on your PCB you have C9 and C10, but they aren't in your BOM....
post #47 of 222
Thread Starter 

Yes thats a mistake :-(

 

C2 & C4 are marked on the board as C9 & C10 - WHOOPS :-)

 

FRED

post #48 of 222

ah thats ok then! thanks normal_smile%20.gif
 

post #49 of 222

Hi Fred. Got mine today. Looks perfect.

Thanks!
Cheers Rolf

post #50 of 222

Hi Fred- I'd like to order 2 please!

PM sent.

Thanks!

John

post #51 of 222

Fred,

Sending you a pm!

post #52 of 222
Hi Fred, I would also like to order 2 pcb's please. Sending you a PM.
Thanks,
Aleksandar
post #53 of 222

Boards received. Great transaction- Thanks! Now I've got to find time to assemble...

post #54 of 222

Got mine yesterday, Thanks Fred!
 

post #55 of 222
Thanks, Fred. I received mine today in the USA. Beautiful board and a smooth transaction at a terrific price. Thank you.
post #56 of 222

Hey Fred, I'd like to buy one of your PCBs if you've still got some left!

post #57 of 222
Thread Starter 

sure just pm me your email and country

 

cheers

FRED

post #58 of 222

Please direct me to the purchase site   Thanks Bob

post #59 of 222

Just PM Fred_fred2004

post #60 of 222

Can anyone post some pictures on how you mounted them in a cabinet/housing?

Because there are no holes in the PCB to mount it on a standoff and the solder connections are pretty tight to the edge. So clamping them in a tight fit aluminium housing is also no good idea.

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