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    That resistor network rang a bell, so I looked in my resistor cache.... I've got a bunch of those 264-330-RC jobs. Just the one you need. How many you want? I'll just send you some. PM your address if you would and I'll get them in the mail tomorrow.
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    [QUOTE=dirknerkle;466386]You can substitute part # 595-SN65LBC179P (see the link to the right for "similar product") and it will work fine.

    Well shoot. I got my parts from Mouser and the above mentioned IC wasn't included. That's because I forgot to add it. The part is cheap but Mouser wants 8 bucks to ship 2 of them. Anyone have 2 laying around they can sell me?

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    You know.... the part is less expensive at Arrow.
    Arrow gives free overnight shipping with only a $20 order.
    Just get some more goodies and get them from arrow.
    Surely you need something !
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    You can substitute part # 595-SN65LBC179P (see the link to the right for "similar product") and it will work fine.

    Well shoot. I got my parts from Mouser and the above mentioned IC wasn't included. That's because I forgot to add it. The part is cheap but Mouser wants 8 bucks to ship 2 of them. Anyone have 2 laying around they can sell me?

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    I don't have any of those, but... I've got THESE MonoPixel PCBs... which would have been really nice to have at the beginning before the mega-soldering extravaganza....

    A limited number of these are available in the DIGWDF Store: http://digwdf.com/store/product.php?id_product=254
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    Awesome Dave!
    Just placed and order.
    Quote Originally Posted by dirknerkle View Post
    I don't have any of those, but... I've got THESE MonoPixel PCBs... which would have been really nice to have at the beginning before the mega-soldering extravaganza....

    A limited number of these are available in the DIGWDF Store: http://digwdf.com/store/product.php?id_product=254

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirknerkle View Post
    I don't have any of those, but... I've got THESE MonoPixel PCBs... which would have been really nice to have at the beginning before the mega-soldering extravaganza....

    A limited number of these are available in the DIGWDF Store: http://digwdf.com/store/product.php?id_product=254
    Well geez. Nothing like letting me know about this now after I soldered 5000 connections. Some friend your are . All is good Dave. Besides, I enjoyed all that soldering. Gave me something to do. I was able to order the IC I needed from Arrow. Their site is confusing to navigate. Had trouble finding the part but I found one without 595 prefix. I assume it is the same. My order was more than $20 So hopefully I'll get it tomorrow.

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    When someone puts a mouser part number on the forum, THAT is mousers internal part number, not the 'number' of the actual part.
    When you navigate to the mouser site with the number given in a BOM and look at the product detail, you will see a number listed as the: manufacturer number.
    It is this number that you should use to search on other sites.
    Glad to hear it all worked out a-okay for you.
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    Well geez. Nothing like letting me know about this now after I soldered 5000 connections. Some friend your are . All is good Dave. Besides, I enjoyed all that soldering. Gave me something to do. I was able to order the IC I needed from Arrow. Their site is confusing to navigate. Had trouble finding the part but I found one without 595 prefix. I assume it is the same. My order was more than $20 So hopefully I'll get it tomorrow.

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    Ukewarrior, I see that. Mouser added the 595. The rest is the manufacturers number which is what I ordered.

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    I only ordered 2 items from Arrow and only half showed up the next day. I won't receive the other half until Wednesday. Not sure why they shipped both items separately, on the someday and from the same place yet get here 5 days apart. So much for overnight shipping on orders over $20.

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    While we knew it would, we wanted to verify that the MonoPixel board works with colored LEDs as well as white. Here's a little video test with red, green, yellow and blue LEDs instead of white.

    http://vimeo.com/225640437
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