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Electronics I think I was right to wimp out of smd soldering!

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Risky, 21 Sep 2004.

  1. Risky

    Risky Well-Known Member

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    A bit too tidy for my skill, I think!

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    Yep I ordered them pre-soldered :blush: to dip adaptors from http://www.phanderson.com (For the record its a pair of 1-wire chips. A dual counter and a quad A/D).

    Now if anyone can point me at a way of getting a RJ11 socket (2pins connected only) onto some veroboard, I'd be most interested!
     
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  2. Alekoy

    Alekoy Ostekake!

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    1. solder the wires directly to the board
    2. take a fan-connector from a spare mobo
    3. kidnap a spare fan-connector form a mobo
    4. use legs from some resistors or cap's and glue the plug in place with hot-glue (this way it could pe taken appart)
    5. By a correct connector
     
  3. Risky

    Risky Well-Known Member

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    Opps, I've created some confusion:

    1. The fan connector was there for scale only. (nothign to do with this project
    2. I meant RJ-11 e.g phone socket.

    Soory :blush: :blush:
     
  4. RaptorRed

    RaptorRed New Member

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    rip one out of an old or dead 56k modem and just solder it on
     
  5. kbn

    kbn New Member

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    I think rapidelectronics.co.uk sell them.
     

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