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Old 14th September 2011, 05:20 PM   #371
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Something interesting about the Eagle Plastics Devices battery connectors. EPD appears to be a registered trademark of Mouser:

EAGLE PLASTIC DEVICES Trademark Details

Probably made under contract by some plastics company. So they are Mouser's baby.

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Old 14th September 2011, 05:36 PM   #372
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@agdr, you're correct. Mouser has several "house brands" as do some of the other big distributors (i.e. Multicomp at Farnell/Newark, etc.). Other companies have exclusive relationships with distributors like CUI and DigiKey which creates essentially the same single-source situation.

I've modified the board so hopefully both the Eagle and Keystone battery terminals will now work. I'm just double checking everything but the new files should be available today.
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Old 14th September 2011, 05:41 PM   #373
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Awesome news, I'm liking it!
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@agdr, you're correct. Mouser has several "house brands" as do some of the other big distributors (i.e. Multicomp at Farnell/Newark, etc.). Other companies have exclusive relationships with distributors like CUI and DigiKey which creates essentially the same single-source situation.

I've modified the board so hopefully both the Eagle and Keystone battery terminals will now work. I'm just double checking everything but the new files should be available today.
That's great since Keystone happens to be a real company that sells to multiple vendors.
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Old 14th September 2011, 06:54 PM   #375
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For those in countries with 220 - 240 VAC line voltage please see post 712 in the PCB Group Buy thread. It appears 12 VAC transformers won't work. I'm revising the BOM and have already revised the O2 Details article.
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Old 14th September 2011, 09:28 PM   #376
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Have you included the larger holes for the input/output jack on the modified pcb files?
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The final PCB files, an updated documentation PDF and revised spreadsheet (BOM/partslist) have been posted under O2 Resources! And yes, STM, the 3.5mm jack footprints were slightly revised to help the jacks seat easier.
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The final PCB files, an updated documentation PDF, and a revised spreadsheet (BOM/partslist) have been posted under O2 Resources!
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The final PCB files, an updated documentation PDF, and a revised spreadsheet (BOM/partslist) have been posted under O2 Resources!
That's great news! The parts are sitting on my work table waiting for the PCB!
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Something interesting about the Eagle Plastics Devices battery connectors. EPD appears to be a registered trademark of Mouser:

EAGLE PLASTIC DEVICES Trademark Details

Probably made under contract by some plastics company. So they are Mouser's baby.
Actually the trademark was abandoned in 2009.

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