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Free PCB Sunday Flash_Destroyer build

Posted on Monday, June 14th, 2010 in Flash Destroyer by Ian

IPenguin got a free Flash Destroyer PCB on Free PCB Sunday. He used sockets with the 7-segement displays so different colors can be swapped in later. There’s a build log with lots of photos in the forum.

On May 30, 2010, I saw the Free PCB Sunday: Flash_Destroyer blog pop up and posted a comment…

And now we have a second Flash_Destroyer sending a Microchip 24AA01-I/P EEPROM to the grave!

Get free PCBs every Sunday, just ask for one on the free PCB post. The Flash Destroyer kit is available for $30, including worldwide shipping.

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