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2009\03\27@053248 by cdb

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Thought this might interest some here.

From a Danish company (http://www.pcbmotor.com).

Apparently designed with things like microscopes, alternatives to
dials, mixing desks etc.

A complete evaluation kit is horrendous at E1,995 or a prototyping kit
for 625.00 you can even pay by PayPal.

According to the marketing blurb in the Elektor newsletter, they have
free samples with a postage cost of E7.95 (my keyboard doesn't have
one of those them thar Euro signs!). The free board is normally
E85.00.

Now what could I use one for???????

Colin
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2009\03\27@055726 by Tamas Rudnai

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On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 9:32 AM, cdb <.....colinKILLspamspam@spam@btech-online.co.uk> wrote:

> (my keyboard doesn't have
> one of those them thar Euro signs!).
>

€  --->  ALT+0128  ;-)

(well, if you use Windows)

Tamas
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2009\03\27@060536 by cdb

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:: €  --->  ALT+0128  ;-)

About to go dangerously off topic - I use a DiNovo wireless keyboard
that doesn't have a numerical keypad -so my ALT+163 when I need it is
non existent! :(
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2009\03\27@082048 by Richard Seriani

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> According to the marketing blurb in the Elektor newsletter, they have
> free samples with a postage cost of E7.95 (my keyboard doesn't have
> one of those them thar Euro signs!).

Colin,

Try Alt + 0128 to get this: €

Alt + 0163 or Alt + 156 will give you this: £

www.tedmontgomery.com/tutorial/ALTchrc-a.html
or
http://www.starr.net/is/type/altnum.htm


2009\03\27@091107 by Tamas Rudnai

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On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 10:04 AM, cdb <colinspamspam_OUTbtech-online.co.uk> wrote:

> About to go dangerously off topic - I use a DiNovo wireless keyboard
> that doesn't have a numerical keypad -so my ALT+163 when I need it is
> non existent! :(
>

On some keyboard layout you can also get the Euro sign by pressing
Altgr+<some key> -- for example on my keyboard (UK layout) it is Altgr+4.
You may can just quickly find out if you have that with a notepad holding
down the Altgr and pressing all your keys one by one.

Tamas
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2009\03\27@093845 by M. Adam Davis

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Nice piezo motors.  Would be fun to get one and learn the technology.
Used in high camera lenses for silent, fast, accurate focusing.

The piezo devices come in a 5k reel for about $1,000, so a small 30mm
motor with 96 of these is $20 in piezo devices, and you still need a
custom PCB with internal routing, and a driver.  Not a 'cheap' motor
by any means, but for some applications it would be cheaper than the
current alternative.

Would like to see these come down to $5 per motor including driver and
pcb cost...

-Adam

On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 5:32 AM, cdb <@spam@colinKILLspamspambtech-online.co.uk> wrote:
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