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    Anyone used one of these before?

    Ego Variable Voltage PCB

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    I have 4 or 5 of these. When used with a device that isn't so finely tuned, the 3 different volts cover a good range.
    Love em, useful with minimal buttons and indicators.

    Edit: The volt indicator is useful as well.


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    They look cool. Any chinese (cheaper) suppliers for them?
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    A very handy little unit for mini units that are fully functional.
    A cheal supply would be very handy


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    Agreed.

    Planning on putting the finishing touches on my Vamo wood mod tomorrow (I'll post a rundown then) but have been thinking through my next project - a Churchwarden pipe. I think a Vamo PCB is going to be too big, hence my curiosity about these boards.

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    For micro size, you could try these, I've used about 12 of them so far.
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    I've looked at these MrG but think I'd prefer the VV option. I imagine there is some way to add some VV capability but this is beyond my understanding of electronics.

 

 

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