Tag Archives: IEC

IECHost: more development

I have just re-instated my IECHost setup and made a couple of changes in the client application in order to align it to the latest code I wrote for the DC2N4-LC GUI client. This is the prototype actually showing up … Continue reading

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IECHost and DC2N4-LC update

Yesterday I had some time to add an official section about IECHost to my sales page. Those interested will find all details at the very bottom of the page itself. Today I got back to the implementation of a DC2N4-LC … Continue reading

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IECHost DIY kits available for sale!

As I received all components, I am happy to announce that IECHost DIY kits are now available for sale at the selling price of 12.99 GBP + shipping. I have yet to sort out an IECHost section in my sales … Continue reading

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IECHost: all parts ordered

I managed to order all parts to deliver 10 IECHost DIY kits to those interested. If you’d like to get one, feel free to message me!

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IECHost DIY kits soon to be up for sale!

Today I received the PCBs for revision 1.1 of IECHost that I plan to make available to generic users and not just to beta testers. They are quite smaller than the ones for revision 1.0 and rather simple to solder … Continue reading

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IECHost update

To my surprise all the IECHost prototypes I planned to make available to beta testers are now gone. I am leaving a couple of revision 1.0 PCBs in my possession, along with a fully built prototype, for reference. Based on … Continue reading

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IECHost PCB prototype

I got a chance to build one IECHost device late yesterday so here’s a picture of the result: Apart for the USB part it pretty much looks like a circuit from the 80s and shall surely blend in well in … Continue reading

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