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Yet another Logic Sniffer case

Posted on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 in cases, Logic Sniffer by DP

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@0x2B2B tweeted, “Case for my OLS, laser cut at @RazorLAB. Design file in post 2byt, make your own!

Why the case? Well, being the fan of OSS/OSH (that’s; Open Source Hardware :) that I am, this was a nice, affordable entry into the market of Logic Analysers.
It’s always great having bare P.C.B.s because come on, they just look downright cool, but, this is a tool, there are likely to be a lot of wires around, and plenty of potential to short something out. Trust me, I have learned my lesson already.

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