The only way it could be better is to make an optional version that works with an electronic switch. As it is now, I doubt that would work as that would require a ton of extra output pads, but I imagine with some careful soldering that could be done. You had me at the 4th bullet. You had me at the title page. This is what happens when PilotPTK has more than 20 minutes of spare time When’s it going to be available? Create new account Request new password.
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Highly admired and cherished member of Budget Light Forum. I’m in for at least one and probably several depending on price. This is seriously the best announcement all year. That is a fantastic driver for almost every need. This is what happens when PilotPTK has more than 20 minutes of spare time When’s it amc7153 to be available?
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I’m pretty sure I’m in for one. This may be a noob question but is it possible to stack additional AMC chips in it?
Programmable v buck driver? It’s got a micro USB Connector on it. So, what is it?
The World’s Most Advanced AMC * 8 Driver |
This is what happens when PilotPTK has more than 20 minutes of spare time. Trumps the XM-L2 hands down. Top Side of Driver: My current and or voltage measurements are only relevent to anything that I measure.
Amc715 light hobby proudly sponsored by my Mastercard and unknowingly paid for by a hard working wife. There is always some soldering involved. You are the MAN!!
Diameter 20mm 4Groups AMC7135*8 Flashlight circuit board Anti-reverse ,output current 2800mA
You had me at the title page. PilotPTK you are my idol. You had me at the 4th bullet. Alright, I’m not really sure it’s the world’s most advanced, but It’s pretty awesome.
You are a driver god to whip this baby up in short order! How many extra chips can be stacked on it?
I’m pretty sure that would be like a normal driver, as many as you can fit on it. You might want to make it a smidge over 17mm so it can be used in press-fit aluminum bodies.
You are certainly one clever bugger. As amcc7135 is now, I doubt that would work as that would require a ton of extra output pads, but I imagine with some careful soldering that could be done.
But my first thought was: Once I’m closer to being ready to actually sell them, I’ll create another thread in the For Ac7135 section. I’m thinking of those guys that like to hod rod everything.
When’s it going to be available? Nice work does not say what you have done justice. Put me down for one possibly more depending on the price! As soon as I’m sure the software is amf7135 to work without any hardware tweaks, I’ll order a bunch of circuit boards and parts.
But what if he eats the whole bag?