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Old 28th June 2011, 08:00 PM   #61
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Old 29th June 2011, 10:19 AM   #62
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Looks very interesting, do you have any left? How much to send to Australia?
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Old 30th June 2011, 07:43 PM   #63
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DQ828, it depends from package weight but usually it's about 10-15$ (registered air mail).
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Old 30th June 2011, 07:49 PM   #64
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I forgot that i'm changing my hosting provider so here are direct links to selector documentation. I will fix this in a couple of days.

Documentation:
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...umentation.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/selektor/... materials.pdf

Diagrams and drawings of the PCBs with dimensions
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...roller_pcb.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...roller_sch.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...lector_pcb.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...lector_sch.pdf
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Old 1st July 2011, 12:31 AM   #65
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Hi
The links don't work.

I was wondering how much it cost all up? Including the goods.

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I forgot that i'm changing my hosting provider so here are direct links to selector documentation. I will fix this in a couple of days.

Documentation:
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...umentation.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/selektor/... materials.pdf

Diagrams and drawings of the PCBs with dimensions
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...roller_pcb.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...roller_sch.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...lector_pcb.pdf
http://www.dma.win.pl/unisonus/pdf/s...lector_sch.pdf
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I finally fixed the problem so links (excluding post #64) should work right now.

DQ828 take a look at the end of page 2 of this thread:
Passive (active) preamplifier with selector (motorized ALPS, IR)
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I also found some nice little remote which should fit into this project.

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Old 2nd July 2011, 04:20 PM   #68
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I also found some nice little remote which should fit into this project.
speaking of remote...
I have a "wishlist" item. Is there any way to implement a discrete on & off IR code in place of the power toggle? (I like using macro's on my programmable remote to turn on multiple things at the same time)

I'd be fine buying a replacement microcontroller from you...

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If I understood good you need separate buttons (on remote) for ON and OFF (on to turn if selector on, and the other to turn it off)?
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If I understood good you need separate buttons (on remote) for ON and OFF (on to turn if selector on, and the other to turn it off)?
yes.
so that the on/off relay (REL1 on CON1) can be turned on by one IR code, and turned off by another separate IR code.

this would be great if you could fit it in the program. I use a universal remote, so I have plenty of buttons and codes I can pick from. I just need the logic in the receiver. (otherwise I was considering somehow using REL2 signal and building some extra logic around them. - but that's a bit of a hack )

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