ZEDDYNET

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questarian
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Once again, I'm late to the party... :D

I'm interested in one from the next batch if possible.

Thanks!
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ZEDDYNET

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The PCBs have arrived in Germany (not at my place yet).
This is what it looks like:
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Ooooh shineys!

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I know it's s long shot but I'll ask anyway...this weekend I'm flying for business for the next 2.5 weeks into Stuttgart Germany where I'll stay in Hechingen. Any chance of driving over (if close enough) to pick one up over some weekend?

Tim

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tdg8934 wrote:I know it's s long shot but I'll ask anyway...this weekend I'm flying for business for the next 2.5 weeks into Stuttgart Germany where I'll stay in Hechingen. Any chance of driving over (if close enough) to pick one up over some weekend?

Tim
It's about 500km from my home. Near 52525 Heinsberg.
If you would like to come over you are welcome.
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Re: ZEDDYNET

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Thanks Paul but that's about 5 hours drive each way. I'll wait for the postal mail.

Thanks again!

Tim

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With my Sinclair C5 it would take much longer. I have to recharge every 30 km :mrgreen:
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Hi Paul,

Board look good, i guess i ought to send you sooner money ! How I'd the best way to do it?

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Here is a picture of a new built Zeddynet card:
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Everything is working as expected.
The Zeddynet Card is plugged into one of Pokémon's 81xtender Cards.
The next batch of boards have been ordered.
I will PN you shortly about the options you have for ordering from me including payment details.
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I have calculated the options:
A) PCB only plus programmed GAL:
9,50£ including postage
B) Kit 18,50£ including postage
the Kit contains all neccessary parts including what is needed for Pokemon 81xtender. It excludes the WIZ812MJ module.
C) Soldered and tested 25£ including postage. It excludes the WIZ812MJ module.

In any way you will need a WIZ812MJ module as well.
Just as an example it's available at TME
http://WWW.TME.EU
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