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  1. Screw Shield Board for Industrial DIN Rail Enclosures

    Seeeduino and Linkit can replace and disrupt industrial PLCs industry. Your boards only need a Screw Shield with 5.08mm pitch screws and a screw shield PCB so it can fit in traditional Bud Industries industrial enclosures (those enclosures are very inexpensive).

    So the screw shield should meet Arduino connector specs and also needs the PCB to be sized such way that fits perfect inside the enclosure.

    Please see the PCB board currently offered by BudIndustries, which can be easily adapted to work like a screw shield for seeeduino platform.

    Yes, the Seeeduino ScrewShield will be bigger but will provide space…

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  2. Add a link for the new ESP8266 Support Forum esp8266.com so user on Seeed can get real infromation about this IC!

    Add a link for the new ESP8266 Support Forum esp8266.com so user on Seeed can get real infromation about this IC!

    http://www.esp8266.com is doing a wonderful job supporting this IC!!!

    9 votes
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  3. Sensor board, or arduino shield, based on the AS3935 chip

    The AS3935 has a very sensitive lightning detector with SPI and I2C interfaces and needs only a few other parts. Putting this chip on a sensor or shield would make it very easy to build an Arduino lightning detector that could count lightning strikes, log them, and warn of a coming lightning storm. Would be great for a weather station project too.

    5 votes
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  4. kit to connect notebook LCD lvds type pinout to arduino or raspberry pi and others

    Kit to connect several lvds LCD types to projects and signal search. To notebooks older, the lcd lvds can be recycled to projects with arduino and raspberry pi or other connections computers's.

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  5. Optional 3.3V jumper for MCP2515 on CAN-BUS Shield

    Just hate ruining a nicely designed and brand new board like this to use 3.3V on the MCP2515. I can understand the design as the Uno is based on 5V logic and is also a requirement for the MCP2551 but for added compatibility it would be nice to see in future revisions.

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  6. Ability to Cancel or Change an Order at any Stage in the Process

    Ability to cancel or change an order at any stage in the process.

    -Customer should receive no refund for the completed work
    -Customers should be able to receive a store credit for work that is not complete yet.
    -i.e. If customer pays for PCB + PCBA and cancels between PCB and PCBA, customer pays for PCB but not PCBA. Customer can make changes and then pay for a new order.

    10 votes
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  7. Support ODB++ file format

    It would be very nice if you could handle ODB++ format also.
    From my point of view, it is very easy to work with. After "I saw the light" with this format (compared to gerber), I prefer not to use gerber.

    5 votes
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  8. keep up with the market by adding USB connectors to your transceiver, be the first to do it & make big cash.

    I, WALTER BLAND SUGGEST SEEED TO be the first, to START adding USB connectors to your electronics, every thing now-a-days is USB CONNECTION AND COAXIAL RG56 ESPECIALLY WITH COMPUTERS. THANK YOU, WALTER BLAND.

    3 votes
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  9. Website Naviagtion

    I really like the products that you have on your site. I like it that Radio Shack also carries them. I found your site hard to navigate and find what i am looking for easily or even just to browse like an online store. On the other hand your competitors like SparkFun Pololu are really easy to navigate. I often find my self just browsing things on there store for hours. With this site i just don't feel like it give the feel to stay and "shop". I come in like i do when I go to radio shack retail…

    8 votes
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  10. 109 votes
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  11. Why does Seeed not stock Sodlering Iron

    I did not find a soldering Iron in your product list. Any particular reason? or did I miss out on that?

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  12. Bitcoin payments

    bitcoin is easier and cheaper than shitty credit cards. Adafruit.com and many chinese PCB manufactureres already accept it.

    42 votes
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  13. Shield bot Design

    I just received my two shield bots that will be used in my classrooms, they are nicely made and and have a nice layout. My suggestion is with the tires. On both of my bots, the wheels are falling off. While the 3d printing is a neat feature, even with the splined axle they are not staying on. Everytime I pick one up and turn it to its side, one or more will fall off. I am not sure why you have the expansion cut in the hub, but I can not see a lot of customers escpecially using this…

    2 votes
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  14. Fix the responsive layout on windows

    you could tweak your responsive breakpoints.

    It's great that the site scales and works on mobile :D

    But on windows, the layout hasn't taken into account the fact that scrollbars take up some of the reported available screen width.

    With my 1200px wide monitor, this causes an unneccessary horizontal scrollbar.

    3 votes
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    In Process  ·  Joyce responded

    Hi Stian, thanks for your helpful information. We’ve started fixing it.
    Thanks again and have a great day.

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