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Since the Sickmods site has vanished i thought it might be worth saving the information from there open source projects.

Having a backup of the user manual, source code and the shematic can't hurt. So here are the files for anyone who wants to build a couple Xerc2s.

And for anyone who wants to build them i uploaded my panelized Layout here: Please login or register to see this link.

 

Have fun building and using the Xerc2 ir mod! :)

 

 

 

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I added the link so people can order my Design if they wan‘t to but i‘m not really interested in putting out the Gerber files.

You can of course design your own boards and order wherever you want. This is just an offer. And ~160 Xerc2 boards per order is a lifetime supply anyway. Your decision ;)

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Nice guide on programming the ATtiny45 with Arduino:

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Xerc remake

enjoy TEK

2 hours ago, TEK Nemesis said:

Just need the gerbers, @N64 freak;) 

 

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20 minutes ago, bluemeanie23 said:

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Xerc remake

enjoy TEK

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oh no, somebody's business ruined.

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Lol, no business ruined i wouldn‘t throw out the shematic and stuff if i wanted to make a business of it.

@TEK Nemesis Your free to ask someone to make a design or draw one up yourself. Just an offer from my side for people who are lazy or like my design.

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On 6/2/2019 at 8:53 AM, N64 freak said:

I added the link so people can order my Design if they wan‘t to but i‘m not really interested in putting out the Gerber files.

You can of course design your own boards and order wherever you want. This is just an offer. And ~160 Xerc2 boards per order is a lifetime supply anyway. Your decision ;)

@N64 freak, you removed your design from dirtypcbs.com?

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@TEK Nemesis No the design should still be there. Just added my front underglow led stripes so it might have been temporily unavaylable while i uploaded the other file.

Should work fine now i just tested the link!

There's now also a Panel full of 1.6 LPC rebuild PCBs and the mentioned front underglow PCBs for anyone interested.

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23 minutes ago, N64 freak said:

@TEK Nemesis No the design should still be there. Just added my front underglow led stripes so it might have been temporily unavaylable while i uploaded the other file.

Should work fine now i just tested the link!

There's now also a Panel full of 1.6 LPC rebuild PCBs and the mentioned front underglow PCBs for anyone interested.

It's there now.  Thank you.

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