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Old 05-04-2010, 09:42 PM   #1
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Question Circuit board designs?

I'm not that great at circuits. I'm looking for someone who can design a circuit board for me I'm willing to pay but I don't know where to look.
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Old 05-04-2010, 09:45 PM   #2
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I am an electrical engineer. I design high voltage transformers. Circuit boards are not my forte but I can try.
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... not going to go into too much detail here
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even if you give me a circuit design I could put it on a board with a program... I'm just not sure of the components to use. (I have only done some minor circuit building in high school and forget most of it but the hard part is coming up with the plans)
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I am electro-mechanical Tech. With a good understanding of circuit boards. I was born and razed in silicon valley and worked for a few company's that set the standards there. Sans pay for a piece of your profits.
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sounds good to me but this post is out there for the world to see... I could edit my posts to take out my idea
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What if I could sell you a computer driven system for less than $500.00 that do want you want with off the shelf parts?
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... I could probably design a computer driven system myself... even one that was wireless... and could be modified from the web... but I would like to have a stand alone circuit that cleanly plugs into the wall and forget about it... rather then have to have a computer running to switch the lights on and off... Computer programming I can do a bit of still.
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I don't know crap, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night. I'll bet my quote would be the lowest.
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I don't know crap, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night. I'll bet my quote would be the lowest.
you stay at those quite often.. frequent sleeper discount?
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