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    Quote Originally Posted by dirknerkle View Post
    DIGWDF is pleased to announce the addition of a new engineer to our staff, Mike Mooble. Mike comes to us after a stellar career at Doowit, Zumtime & Klommit where he was instrumental in uncovering dubious accounting anomalies...
    Hmm - did he ever work at Dewey, Cheatem and Howe - just wondering since those guys are just a bunch of stooges...
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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Fleemit, Klommer and Wangdoodle, DIGWDF's public relations agency, is proud to announce that DIGWDF has finished testing and is ready to release the long-awaited MiniRenSO adapter. Compact and extremely easy and inexpensive to build, the SO adapter provides RS485 serial output capability from any wireless MiniRen controller so that users can now daisy-chain a MiniRen into any normal, wired Renard controller. Only 5 parts make up the MiniRenSO adapter: a 6-pin header, a 47uf 10v electrolytic capacitor, an 8-pin DIP socket, an ST485BN chip and a common RJ45 jack. Connection to the MiniRen is made by simply plugging it into the MiniRen's header.

    Pricing has not yet been determined since the engineers won't let the marketing department have a copy to examine, but FK&W managed to sneak this photo during a recent tour of the DIGWDF Lab...

    EDIT: The engineers were lured out onto the patio for their weekly, ten-minute outdoor recreation time giving the marketing department just enough time to steal one of the bare boards. Pricing has been set at $2.50 for the board only; $7.00 for a complete, ready-to-build kit. Prices include shipping, of course...
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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Fleemit, Klommer and Wangdoodle, DIGWDF's PR firm, announces that successful testing of the ultra-cool MiniRenSI adapter has completed and the board has been sent to production. The SI Adapter is a plug-in RS232/RS485 interface adapter to DIGWDF's MiniRen line of controllers, providing the option of using MiniRens in a wired setting as well as wireless. With only 16 commonly available parts assembled on a 1" x 1.85" circuitboard, the SI adapter is both easy to build and very compact. Connection to the MiniRen is made by simply plugging it into the MiniRen's headers.

    In a rare show of cooperation, the engineers allowed the marketing department to take this photo, although when asked for a listing of parts, two of the engineers sneered and another started to growl. Fearing for their lives, the marketing staff rushed out of the lab and pricing information will have to wait. On the positive side, all the engineers have now been innoculated for rabies...
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    Next up.... with a serial IN (MiniRenSI) and a serial OUT (MiniRenSO) board for ther MiniRen controllers, can a MiniRenSISO board be far behind? NOOOO!!! Waiting for prototypes now...

    AND... what's more, it should also work as a compact (1.65"w x 1.85"h) standalone RS232 -> RS485 converter or RS485 repeater, too!

    More eye candy...
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    Geez, it's a good thing you work for yourself.......... your boss might get a little cranky about all the time you spend on your hobbies.............

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    Awesome work Dave!
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    Now all DIGWDF needs to release is a Ren-W GECE adapter. I know the staff there has ample time on thirty hands... ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chesterspot View Post
    Now all DIGWDF needs to release is a Ren-W GECE adapter. I know the staff there has ample time on thirty hands... ;)

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    I had a quick meeting with the engineering staff about the GECE's. One of them thought they tasted pretty good, although they were crunchier than he thought they'd be. It's doubtful the engineers will be working on that one unless it has some sort of fudge coating...

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    DIGWDF does it again!

    Another incredibly and dubiously useful product that you just KNOW you've got to have!!!

    The RJ45 breakout board -- in KIT form! All the parts you need to build a little board that can solve all your experimentation/connection woes with a Cat5 cable.

    Of course, the PCB file is in the file library, but because not everybody wants to etch their own boards, this answers those who want AND NEED one!!!

    Build it with the headers coming up, or with them going down to fit into any experimenter board... or build it with the female headers and plug wires into it -- all parts are included so you can build it however you want.

    Where else can you find crap like this but from DIGWDF?!?!?
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    Can I put the female headers on the bottom?
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