Box of new PCBs

Posted on Thursday, November 15th, 2012 in PCBs by DP
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8 Responses to “Box of new PCBs”

  1. Jim says:

    Would love to have one of the ATX Breakout Boards!

  2. Grapsus says:

    I just ordered one of those ATX boards. Does anyone know the reference of the ATX connector ? I can’t find one on farnell.

  3. scienkoptic says:

    my kingdom for a Part Ninja!!!
    has the part ninja been shelved?

  4. Zaid Pirwani says:

    Please randomly pick me so I can randomly get one fo those ATX Breakout Board PCBs – have 2 ATX Supplies ready here for those breakout boards.

  5. skappy says:

    Hi to all the team,

    I would really like to test the ATX Breakout Board…
    That would be great

    if you don’t know where to store these pcb, i’m here …

    Have a nice day


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