[vote] Universal IR receiver: kit or ready-to-use (1 Viewer)

Which version would you prefer?

  • A kit where I have to solder most components myself. It must be cheap.

    Votes: 1 25.0%
  • A kit where I have to solder some components myself, e.g. the connectors.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • A completely assembled device. I don't want to solder anything.

    Votes: 3 75.0%

  • Total voters
    4

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Here I wrote down some features of my universal multi-protocol IR receiver. At the moment I think about manufacturing a small batch and would be happy to know your opinion about whether it should be offered as kit where you'd have to solder some components yourself or as a ready-to-use and completely built device.

Option A would require you to solder all THT components yourself. The microcontroller would reside on a separate board, that can be plugged in or soldered to the IR board.
Option B only some THT components, e.g. the connectors.
Option C comes readily assembled. That would be the smallest board.
 
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