Everyone loves a sale. We are now clearing away some discontinued items such as our Variable Power Regulator board and some SchmartBoards that were supposed to be EZ, but did not come out of the factory that way. It is like our "Island of Misfit Toys" for PCBs. (I’m impressed if you understand that reference).
We have begun to post some simple, but useful projects for users of our PIC board. Our Stepper Motor project has also been published by Nuts and Volts Magazine. If you'd like to add to our projects for PIC, Parallax or just general electronics contact us with your idea. We will give you full credit and some free boards to build the project.
We found this very cool project online that uses SchmartBoards. When we sell our boards, especially online, we sometimes wonder what people are building or designing. Is it something common or mundane; is it something that will change the world? or is it something that is just plain cool? If you find or produce a project that uses SchmartBoard and have posted videos or photos, let us know and we’ll post them in a future newsletter. To see more photos, videos and further details of this fantastic work, Click Here!
This Month's Winners:
This Month's SchmartBoard Contest Winner: This month's winner of a $30 combo pack is Thientu Ho who works for Pathfinder Energy Services. According to Thientu: "SchmartBoards allow easy building of discrete component circuits for prototyping. They save the time and money spent making the PCB for prototyping."