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From: email@example.com (Michel)
Subject: Re: job: Who can draw or send me a 1/10 second countdown timer?
Date: 22 Dec 2002 03:40:15 -0800
References: <3DF05BED.EE9FCFB3@earthlink.net> <3E03349A.firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>
NNTP-Posting-Date: 22 Dec 2002 11:40:16 GMT
Well I think I can figure out some german circuit-drawing
I understand a bit german and I can always try to translate it on the net :)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Klavs Rommedahl) wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> Fred Bloggs wrote in message news:<3E03349A.firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> > Michel wrote:
> > > Yheah your right somehow, keyboard is hard in a darkroom, but that's
> > > the only way to change the time easy and fast. I was thinking on a
> > > special red-light underneed the keyboard... a glass-touch-keyboard...
> > > Maybe a turning button which gives many pulses up and down to preset
> > > the time would be nice... You can turn fast or slow and no light
> > > needed, though still the 7-segments need to give a bit of light...
> > >
> > > So what chips can be used for timer and/or 7 segments-display?
> > >
> > I have an ASCII schematic I can send to a real email address. Respond
> > with a real address in the body of your post.
> For a keyboard like that (and the rest of Your interests :-)) try find
> Elektor of 1979 or 1980 and look after DUKA Computer (german and
> stands for DUnkel KAmmer Computer or Darkroom computer.
> If You cannot find it i might, but remember text is in german, but the
> kit is "perfect" :-).
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