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ESP8266 WiFi LED dimmer Part 8 of X: Version 2 of the PCB design

Posted on Monday, April 13th, 2015 in DirtyPCBs.com, LEDs, wireless by DP

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Quindor blogged about his ESP8266 WiFi LED dimmer project with DirtyPCBs:

With the help of kind internet folks I was able to get a fritzing part for the new voltage converter I wanted to use to try and make a smaller board. A few weeks ago I sent my new ‘panalized’ design to dirtypcb’s and I got them back last week. Great succes!…

 

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