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Thread: Where to find a ILDA Breakout board?

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    Default Where to find a ILDA Breakout board?

    I looked on ebay but the only ones I could find look really cheap. I thought someone on here was selling them but I could not find it in the search.

    Thank you much,

    James

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    Check with user "LASERGUY". He may still have a few of DZ's ILDA bare breakout boards if you're up to soldering on the components.

    I've also used these http://www.winfordeng.com/products/brk25.php

    Hope this helps

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    Have you had a look at stanwaxs board? http://shop.stanwaxlaser.co.uk/ilda-...board-55-p.asp

    I got one from ebay http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ILDA-Breakout-...#ht_571wt_1137

    It looks ok but it came with a 2 pin white connector that I have not been able to find the plugs for.

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    hello james

    Have a look at mccarrot his board. In combination with an ilda loopboard from SRS you have also al the safety,s and ilda in and out. The board from MCcarrot connects everything inside your projector with one board. The board makes also your projector
    EN60825-1 complient. It has connects your scanfail, scanneramps, drivers , and powersupplies to one board. It has also connection for your emergency switch and a reset circuit when power is lost from the net and suddenly comes back again.

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    Here is the link with al the info


    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ight=interlock

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    Laser Warning I do still have some DZ boards

    I have 6 boards left and ready to ship them... they cost $20 (Including shipping)

    These are bare boards.... I have been so busy and just have not found the time to put a Jameco order together.

    Maybe this week I will order some parts and try putting them together. This will add to the cost of the boards.

    DZ did a very nice job with his design and they look like they will piece together very easily =)

    Let me know if any of you are interested...

    Laserguy

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    http://www.mdfly.com/index.php?main_...products_id=52
    Its simplest pin to pin breakout board,
    but they are offline for maintenace.

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    Thank you everyone. Lot's to choose from now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LASERGUY View Post
    I have 6 boards left and ready to ship them... they cost $20 (Including shipping)

    These are bare boards.... I have been so busy and just have not found the time to put a Jameco order together.

    Maybe this week I will order some parts and try putting them together. This will add to the cost of the boards.

    DZ did a very nice job with his design and they look like they will piece together very easily =)

    Let me know if any of you are interested...

    Laserguy
    I seem to have a few parts left on the shelf for these, basically, the LED, switch block, resistor and a limited supply of the screw terminals. All that would be needed is the dual row pin header, single row pin header and right angle db-25. For anyone that orders one of the breakout boards from Laserguy, I'll send, free of charge, the parts I have available. I think I have enough screw terminals for the first 3 boards only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DZ View Post
    I seem to have a few parts left on the shelf for these, basically, the LED, switch block, resistor and a limited supply of the screw terminals. All that would be needed is the dual row pin header, single row pin header and right angle db-25. For anyone that orders one of the breakout boards from Laserguy, I'll send, free of charge, the parts I have available. I think I have enough screw terminals for the first 3 boards only.
    And DZ will have them shipped and at your door before you even ask him

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    more info on my board here - http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ad.php?t=11373
    I dont call it a breakout board as its rather more than that but will make hookup of a projector an absolute doddle. This does provide the most flexible solution and has all the safety features included.

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