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PCB a Week 22: TraId – Transistor type & pinout identifier

Posted on Friday, September 6th, 2013 in PCBs, project logs by DP

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Mats continues his challenge of designing one PCB every week. In week 22 he came up with TraId – Transistor type & pinout identifier:

TraId is a really low cost version of the Part Ninja. It’s made to only identify the pinout and type (NPN/PNP) of a transistor and display the results on eight LEDs. Currently the firmware only handles BJTs but I think FETs should be possible as well.

TraId-kits giveaway coming up soon! Stay tuned!!

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One Response to “PCB a Week 22: TraId – Transistor type & pinout identifier”

  1. Sk says:

    “Low cost version of part ninja….”

    I suppose this item can be purchased on tindie, so rather than cheaper , it’s available for purchase!

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