ilmenator

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About ilmenator

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  1. Need a pre-programmed PIC18F452

    According to his "Location" that is London, UK.
  2. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Yes, that would be the MIDIbox Wiki.
  3. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    It is great that you have come up with such a document/page! Please, upload that to the MIDIbox Wiki. We have seen a lot of effort lost over time because authors lost interest in MIDIbox for whatever reason, and then their website went offline, and all the fine documentation disappeared. No matter how enthusiastic you might be right now, there is a certain danger involved in offsite documentation. In short: offsite docu = bad. Thanks!
  4. oled 1306 128x64 eagle/kicad library?

    If nothing shows up: it's easy enough to create the footprint yourself in KiCAD, you'll be surprised!
  5. Brainstorming: Connecting external 4X16 BLM

    Now don't quote me on that, but I've had this running with cables of 50cm length... The thing is that it depends on a number of variables, so you will have to try it. 30cm sounds like it will work, though. But - no guarantees...
  6. Brainstorming: Connecting external 4X16 BLM

    That's definitely pushing the limits - I'd say go with the line driver module.
  7. midiphy SEQ v4+

    ...but of course verification and validation is essential before putting out documentation. Thanks, and keep up the good work!
  8. midiphy SEQ v4+

    I'm aware of that already, but that is a reverse-engineering process that I'd rather not spend my time on. If the schematic was clean enough to create the board file with, then that is clean enough. I understand the term "priority" a little differently, but hey... It's good to see progress with our beloved SEQ!
  9. midiphy SEQ v4+

    I don't think you'd need to be afraid of schematics in the public - on the contrary, it would probably help you a lot once you have to do troubleshooting and support on your customers' builds. This community has been awesome in the past when it came to solving build problems. However, I do respect your priorities. I'm looking forward to seeing the v4+ taking off!
  10. midiphy SEQ v4+

    That's not so nice, what a pity. So I'd need to buy a PCB from you in order to receive the schematics, although I don't even want to use your board?
  11. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Peter, nice work! Also good to see a mini-TPD, albeit this seems to have only a single color? Are the UI schematics publicly available or do we need to reverse-engineer them based on the v4+ config file? I'm thinking about my own homebrew version using Marquardt switches, I don't like those christmas tree ones you are using :-). Best, ilmenator
  12. Wilba MBSeq V4 Front Panel Spacer Brackets

    Ok, then what you have is the v2 version already. Here are some measurements, but don't get overly excited about the three decimal places, as the cursor's and the board's raster did not match exactly when I measured...
  13. Wilba MBSeq V4 Front Panel Spacer Brackets

    Is this for the v1 or the v2 BLM16x4 board? I think I moved some components around in the transition from v1 to v2 to make room for the added traces necessary to accommodate three different types of switches/buttons at the same time...
  14. midiphy SEQ v4+

    You've got the ON / OFF phases of the LEDs reversed!
  15. Wilba MBSeq V4 Front Panel Spacer Brackets

    Very nicely done, thank you! If you want, you could add the build file to the TPD Wiki page - but only if you want, no obligation whatsoever - I just like the idea! Best, ilmenator edit: or, I could also do that, if you don't mind?