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I am making a shutter speed tester for my engineering class. I think I’m going to use a photodiode and a voltage comparator, and a PIC 32 or something. I’d be interested to see how you made yours, could you provide a schematic for? It’d be greatly appreciated if you still have it somewhere. Thank you!
You could use the artwork to generate a schematic or look at my Apple II version which has a slightly more complicated implementation. The schematic for the Apple II version is on this page (the LM319 was omitted in the microcontroller version).
What is the cost for the SCELBI 8H bare PCB set?
300 dollars, but you will need to give me a few weeks to complete checkout.
I’m new to the world of vintage computers, and I’d love to build an Apple II replica. Do you recommend the kit on your website for someone with “ok” soldering skills? Also, most sources only give information on the Apple II’s hardware- what exactly can you do with an Apple II? What programs and such can you run on the machine?
An A2 reproduction is doable for a novice, but not an ideal choice. I would start with a kit that is less complex and has fewer components. Try out one of the many Apple II emulators to find out what an Apple II will do.
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