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Smoke Tester v1 free PCB build

Posted on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 in builds by DP

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TomKeddie built a Smoke Tester v1 free PCB.  It’s a board designed to safely power your prototypes, and check if they have a short somewhere using just about any available supply.

Via the forum.

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2 Responses to “Smoke Tester v1 free PCB build”

  1. James Barnes says:

    Would love to have one of these for the bench!

  2. yes to have one of those to test pcb after having been populated with the TM220A

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