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Testing/programming rig

Posted on Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 in project logs by DP

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Sjaak writes:

I was working on a project of mine (Hakko T12 Soldering controller) and it needed a simple way of programming it. The PCB is designed for manufacturing and has no standard header. On the bottom the programming pins are brought out as testpoints…

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