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  1. #21
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    Mine is on the printer right now! Can't wait... I used to have my FM02 mounted in my PC but going to use a Raspberry Pi next year to run the show so this is perfect timing.

    Thank you!
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    Like mine? It was a clean install project for me. Fit a regulated power supply, RDS board and FM02.


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    I'd like one too, but I need space for the Pira rds unit and a filtered power supply =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramadmax View Post
    Like mine? It was a clean install project for me. Fit a regulated power supply, RDS board and FM02.
    Is that a panel mount mini usb port in the 5th picture? Or a USB to RS232 adapter? If you don't mind me asking, where did you get it?
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    That is a FTDI DB9-USB-F adapter. Worked very well. Got it from Mouser Here
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramadmax View Post
    That is a FTDI DB9-USB-F adapter. Worked very well. Got it from Mouser Here
    OK... that is freaking COOL!!!! Just solder it right on the SS board in place of the DE-9 and rock on! Nice find! I wonder how long of a USB cable that can be used?
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    I got around 15 feet from PC to the fm02 to get my RDS signal via tinyrds
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramadmax View Post
    That is a FTDI DB9-USB-F adapter. Worked very well. Got it from Mouser Here
    That is pretty cool!
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    Got mine printed and worked great! I used 1/4" #4 sheet metal screws for securing the boards - Home Depot didn't have any so had to go to Ace. Screwed the top and bottom together with a couple old light switch plate screws (basically #6 machine screws)

    Loving it and thank you!
    -Chris

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    How about a little more info on your 3D printer? model, specs, etc...
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    Looks great. I would think there'd be enough interest for a group buy if that's something you wanted to do.
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