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Hello,In my first instructable i am going to show A diy pocket-sized tv-b-gone (If you ask my age, Im 12)
http://parts.digikey.com/1/parts/552613-ic-avr-mcu-8k-10mhz-8dip-attiny85v-10pu.html attiny 85v - 10 PU a toner printer or something to copy the pcb layout (see pic 1) Capacitors,Transistors and 2 Ir Leds 1-1 k-okm Resistor 2-47 ...
1-With a toner printer, print the layout in glossy paper 2-put the design in a pcb and stick it with tape. 3-With an iron,"Stick" the design for 1-3 ...
1-Buy some ferric chloride 2-put it in a plastic bowl 3-Put the pcb in the ferric choride and wait 10-15 minutes. 4-Then carefully Remove the pcb and put ...
After the pcb is ready, take a 0.5 drill bit and do some holes
Solder the components like this
Finnaly,You have finished.Now, enjoy your new tv-b-gone
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