Yet another Logic Sniffer case

Posted on Friday, July 19th, 2013 in cases by DP


Adam posted pictures of a case he designed for the Logic Sniffer:

I am in the process of designing up a case for my logic sniffer. I have designed it for use with just the standard 16 channels of input. It has captured reset and update buttons as well as labeling for both buttons and LEDs. The LEDs have an individual hole that blocks out the light from the other LEDs. I personally plan on fitting some small acrylic rod for a light pipe. This is just the first revision. I expect that there might need to be some fiddling with getting the buttons correct.

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