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Thread: Help! Need a US citizen to order 15 x 0,92$ chips for me ?

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    Default Help! Need a US citizen to order 15 x 0,92$ chips for me ?

    Hello,

    I tried ordering 15 chips costing 0,92$ each yesterday from King Electronics.
    It would let me because my Dutch adress didn't "fit" in the US type adress box, so it rejected my order.

    It's this part where i need 15 of:

    http://kingelectronics.com/index.asp...product&id=166

    Is there someone that wants to help me out and order these for me and then ship them to me ?
    I will ofcourse pay the money for the order and the money it costs to send it to me and can Paypal this (even in advance if you want to have no risks).
    I need them before July 27th (2 weeks from now).

    Hope someone can help me out ?

    Kind regards,
    Dimitri Modderman
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    Hey Dimitri,
    I'd be glad to do it for you.
    Just give me the go and I'll order them. Shipping from me to you will be $15 for priority mail.

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    Wow, that's quick !
    Please PM me your paypal details and i will send you the money right away !
    After that i will pm you my details.

    Thanks !!!
    I didn't fail !
    I just found out 10,000 ways that didn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbybob View Post
    Wow, that's quick !
    Please PM me your paypal details and i will send you the money right away !
    After that i will pm you my details.

    Thanks !!!
    On the way!

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    Excellent ! Looking forward building stuff with them.
    I didn't fail !
    I just found out 10,000 ways that didn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbybob View Post
    Excellent ! Looking forward building stuff with them.
    Care to enlighten us of your project or is it a secret?

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    Yes, i'd like to enlighten y'all.
    It's a LED project that involves driving 2 panels of each 768 leds. It's a 1 x 2 wide configuration, so 16x96 Blue leds, that will be used as a scrolling sign.
    I ordered the pcb's of Doityourselfchristmas.com a site dedicated to people decorating their homes for christmas.
    Have also 2000 Blue leds on order, so will keep you posted.

    Also i am working with a buddy in our hackerspace on a project called Led Wall... 512 individual controllable RGB LEDS !
    I didn't fail !
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    Sounds like you'll be behind the ol soldering iron for a while.... LOL!

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    Yup 512x4 terminals of the RGB leds and 16x48X2 leads is 2x768 leads for the blue leds ;-)
    Will have to think first about a test rig, containing 64 RGB leds which is easy to wire on some breadbords or something.
    And have to think about and about a design to house the 8 RGB tiles containing 64 RGB leds each.
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