Monthly Archives: January 2016

DC2N4-LC and Tiny C2N Monitor

I’ve already commented on the fact that the Tiny C2N Monitor is a spoofing/monitor device intended to follow the C2N wherever it is attached to. Hence I advised it is possible to connect it to a DC2N device as well. In … Continue reading

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Shipping estimates

According to the Royal Mail webpage for international shipping the shipping of Tiny C2N Monitor kits and DC2N4-LC devices should be around 3 GBP within Europe and 4 GBP for most of the rest of the world (excluding Australia, New Zealand, and similarly … Continue reading

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All components received!

I’ve finally received all components I need for my Tiny C2N Monitor kits and for DC2N4-LC. I’ll be building a few DC2N4-LC devices during the weekend. By the end of Monday I will try to put together an estimate of the … Continue reading

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Progress!

I’ve made some progress with the DC2N5 PCB design and I managed to update my Sales page with entries for DC2N3 and DC2N4-LC. These are still listed as not available for now, giving me a couple of days to iron … Continue reading

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DC2N3 devices tested and ready to be listed

I’ve finally had some time to QA all my latest DC2N3 builds and recharge their coin cell batteries so I am going to list them on my Sales page shortly. While going through the QA process I also took a video … Continue reading

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Waiting for a number of components to be delivered

As some of you know I am still waiting for a number of components for DC2N4-LC and Tiny C2N Monitor to be delivered before being able to put the former on sale and ship a few of the latter ones. In the meantime … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC update

I’ve finally managed to identify suitable IO lines in order to fit a few push buttons in DC2N5. As the testing was successful, I will start the hardware design as soon as I get some free time for that 🙂

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