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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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