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A small PCB to accommodate various types of 78XX and 78LXX regulators to make a fixed voltage regulator.
An educational Arduino clone with on board ICSP and FTDI headers, 5v regulator and GPIO breakout.
Two boards configured for expansion of the VAYU-NTX HAB Tracker.
A more compact design for a HAB Tracker than VAYU utilising an all-in-one NTX transmitter module.
A small tracker PCB to send up on High Altitude Balloons. Based upon a design by Chris Stubbs M6EDF.
I wanted a way of using the ICSP connections on a standard Arduino board to program other AVR chips. I figured it would be made easy if all the connections could be connected with moveable jumper cables.
A very useful bit of kit to have in the workshop. I have since the prototype in the pic, designed, etched and built a permanent version.
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