Now that the big rush to get to the show, and get caught up from the show, has finished …. it’s time to get rolling on overdue projects. So lots of updates here.
1. Prototypes for the Bally Aux Board LED adapters will be going out for testing soon. If they work, I’ll be doing one more interim PCB spin to confirm the most recent layout, then hopefully moving into production soon.
2. The good ‘ole Firepower EPROM adapters are back up for sale on the website, albeit only with blank EPROM’s for the time being, as I’m STILL sorting out the licensing.
3. New version of the early Williams diagnostic inputs are out for PCB production. Going to be making a big change on these, moving everything but the connector to surface mount parts. Should help me speed up production quite a lot.
4. I’m going to start changing over some packaging over the next couple months, moving away from the plain white boxes, and toward clamshell packaging. They look nicer, reduce both size and weight of outgoing packages, take up less storage space, and a bunch of other improvements. Not all items will see the new packaging right away, but quite a lot of them will.
Lots of irons in the fire at the moment. Trying to keep up the good momentum I’ve had the past few months.