Testing the TPS61092 boost converter from LuckyResistor: For my current project I searched for a good boost power converter which is able to deliver continuous 400mA power for various sensors. There are an endless number of good boost converters around, but not many can be hand soldered to a board. I would really like to […]
@SUSpaceflight tweeted picture of his dirty boards from DirtyPCBs: GPS trackers for HABs with LoRa/RTTY modems. The larger board is a basestation with BT/USB/LCD
Jan Henrik writes, “I just recieved some postbags from Sparkfun with Ding and Dents, so I decided to make a review, what I got and if its worth it…” Via the contact form.
Jechavarria writes, “Here you can find the last board I develop on DirtyPCB. I’m very happy with the results!” Via the project log forum.
@0xPIT tweeted, “PCB production and free delivery took just exactly 4 weeks to DE. Good quality. Thanks @DirtyBoardsPCBs
Soldering and power up test for the Bus Blaster board complete. The FT2232H enumerated properly as a USB device with two virtual serial ports.
A big box of boards came today. Here’s the PCBs for the FT232 inexpensive programmer and the Bus Blaster JTAG programmer. The first draft of these boards are white.