2 more ITead mystery PCBs demystified

Posted on Friday, February 24th, 2012 in PCBs by DP

Megabug received two¬†mysterious PCBs using ITead’s OpenPCB feature. After posting the pics in the forum, diligent members solved the enigma.

The black board is a breakout for a passive infrared sensor, while the red board is a open source stepper motor driver called “EasyDriver”.

Via the forum.

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3 Responses to “2 more ITead mystery PCBs demystified”

  1. Jay Wilkinson says:

    English most bad that link. Also most of the links on that page are 404 too. But the prices on the 2 links on that page that did work seem great. Does the no panelized designs mean you can’t do protoboards link the DP ones?

  2. Robert C Warren says:

    I really could use this Free PCB as it is still Friday and SSDI dosen’t pay all that much to live on.

  3. Dan says:

    I ended up with one of those easy stepper controllers too :-).

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