More LPLC TOO pledge options
For anyone interested, I have added some more pledge options for the LPLC TOO board
Comparing the LPLC and LPLC TOO boards
More details on the new board:
Next LPLC kickstarter launched
I have launched another kickstarter project for a tiny LPLC board, 1/10th of the size of the LPLC.
More content up on the project website
just to let you know there is more content up on the LPLC website; in particular, links to the development tools and template code. Feel free to browse around.... Read more
Soldering Surface Mount Components... some tips
I'll continue to post useful information on the kickstarter site while mjhdesigns is in construction. Apologies for the mixed source of information!
I thought I would share with you some... Read more
40% off PicKit3 this month!
Many thanks to JohnW for pointing this out - 40% reduction in price on PicKit3 this month when ordered from Microchip Direct.
(scroll down to "DV164131 - PICkit 3... Read more
430 boards. 191 people. 36 countries. 1 Kickstarter.
The boards are in the post!
It was one hectic weekend, but we got the boards assembled, packaged and in the post. Here is the fruits of the weekend. Surprisingly... Read more
Final update before delivery....
a component supply error - no 270 ohm resistors! - stopped me finishing the full build this weekend, so shipment wont start happening now until mid week when... Read more
Boards have arrived!
The volume PCBs have arrived, so it's time to get assembling, packing and shipping. The boards arrived a little earlier than expected and we don't have all the components in... Read more
Early birds have shipped!
The Early Bird boards have just shipped to Ireland, UK and the USA. I'd appreciate hearing back from people when they arrive so I can assess the speed of the... Read more
Funds have arrived, we are ready to go!
The funds arrived yesterday, so it's time to order the volume boards and final components. The boards will arrive during the third week in June, and will be ready to... Read more
It's a wrap!
The funding round is completed, and the support has been amazing. Thank you all!
Kickstarter are now collecting the funds, and say the funds will be with me in two... Read more
Soldering the programming header to a board; An update about the website
This is a short demonstration of soldering the programming header pins to the board, and how to insert the board into a breadboard. This is mainly an opportunity to show... Read more
Stretch Goal Reached! Plus, new pledges
We have hit the £3000 Stretch Goal!
Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen - that's all of you, from backer number one, Matt, to James yesterday.
So this... Read more
Prototype board assembly
As we are using our own surface mount assembly equipment to build out board, we thought it would be interesting to show the end to end process. So here it... Read more
New reward available
As we have received an additional 12 prototype boards from the manufacturer, we are opening up a new reward option - "Let me at 'em" - which provides two prototype... Read more
Prototype boards have arrived!
The Early Bird boards have arrived! and, due to the way PCB manufacturers build boards on standard sized panels, I got 24 boards rather than the 12 that I ordered.... Read more
Update 4 - PCB progress, more things you might need/want
25 days to go - time seems to be dragging; I should have followed Kickstarter's advice and run with a shorter campaign duration but as is normal for... Read more
Update 3 - Things you might need.
Hi all, and welcome to the twenty two backers who have joined us since the last update. Thanks for your support!
Although the campaign is not yet over, the significant... Read more
Goal reached, new pledge option added, getting more than one.
Thanks everyone! Target funding achieved, in just four days. That's a real confidence boost.
New pledge option
I've added a new pledge option, to enable people to get three... Read more
First, thanks to everyone who has supported me so far - 70% funded in under two days, that's a real lift on my first Kickstarter!
So, I've had some questions,... Read more