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My open source Wideband Controller, SLC Free 
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LQFP112 - Up with the play

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JHC, you can almost make a DIY 3D printer for that! This should be Fred's next project...http://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a- ... led-parts/

or just buy this...Image
http://www.mpja.com/350in-X-137in-X-118 ... 6283%20BX/


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I think you will find the box you just suggested is too small inside to fit the pcb. :|

There are larger ones available of course. Cheap on Aliexpress or Ebay :)

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Hello ! This project is now closed or has become completely commercial ? All files for the repetition of the device removed ? :(


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you mean these files, on his site, under "Support / Software and Documentation", and linked to from his SLC product page? :roll:

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Yes. Perhaps they are. Let me see . Thank you !
As a kind of looked up and not for the first time on this forum before I enjoyed.


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I just could not find the information ... I have the device interface to connect to a PC via USB or COM-port?


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Yeah, these?
http://www.14point7.com/products/slc-free and the documentation as posted above can be found here http://www.14point7.com/pages/software- ... umentation

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toalan wrote:
You can get the source files here, https://github.com/toalan/14Point7.com_SLC_Free

I release this project it under GLPv3.

SLC Free only supports the Bosch LSU 4.9 sensor

There is a closed version that only supports the 4.2


Are there any plans to make 4.2 edition open? I know the source code is still available at your website, but I am wondering if you would be willing to ask questions on the code / add more comments into the code?

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What acceptable alternative to the CY8C24423A-24PXI is there?

In my travels for that chip, I'm reading on sites to source that chip that is No Longer Available?


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The 28-pin DIP (through-hole) -24PXI is definitely "End of Life"; Digikey has 46 and won't order them past the 6th of July. Mouser has >1000 on the shelf, so there's still time to order some in.

The 28-pin SOIC (SMT) -24SXI is apparently still going strong, and is the easiest of the SMT IC packages to hand-solder. The 28-SSOP -PVXI is also still in production, and can also be hand-soldered (with a little more care).

If you are working with a pre-designed board that uses the DIP package, SOIC-to-DIP adaptors are readily available.

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