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Old 29 April 2014, 13:58   #21
alexh
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Gordon, I think you're wrong. As long as it feels robust, functions and is a good price people will buy it. Look at the ACA500!

Monty, if users are not going to be changing the PIC. Why not solder the PIC directly to the PCB and save the cost of the socket?

Suggestion : you could use heat shrink on top and hide everything aesthetically. Easily removed should a user want to.
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