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Re: KAT5 & IR

  • Subject: Re: KAT5 & IR
  • From: Nick Towers
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 08:49:00 +0000

Thanks for update Keith.
Make sure you gear yourself up for high demand for the Mk2 units -
IMO these will keep your production, sales & distribution
very busy ;-)


--- In <a
"Keith Doxey" <kat5users@d...>
> Hi Nick,
> I will probably use the next size up from the current range of
boxes. They
> are slightly large at 135 x 135 x 51 mm and are available in black
or grey.
> The upgrade board will be a proper PCB that will plug into the
> board. Fitting it will be a case of soledring some connectors into
> holes on the PCB and carefully pushing the new board onto them. A
hole will
> have to be drilled in the end plate for the 3.5mm socket. Full
> will be supplied along with a sticky label to mark the drilling
point on the
> end plate.
> Keith
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nick Towers <nickt@t...> [mailto:nickt@t...]
> Sent: 20 January 2003 14:47
> To: <a
> Subject: Re: [KAT5] KAT5 &amp; IR
> Thanks Keith,
> 2 things:
> 1) In my opinion if you can only source a white box, then I dont
> think that would stop you selling units.
> 2) Whilst I'm sure you want to capitalise on selling the IR upgrade
> units, would you consider releasing the circuit diagrams, relevant
> instructions etc so those interested could make up their own? This
> might of course be unrealistic depending on complexity - I think
> you'd need to be able to use Veroboard, also not too many changes to
> original units. Also you'd need to do it on an agreed "no
> basis - those of us impatient enough to do this would need to not
> bother you with timeconsuming problems - I'm sure we all want to see
> the Mk2 units &amp; switcher getting your available time &amp;
> Nick

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