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The Patented Electronic Network Designer is a tool for the rapid prototyping of electronic circuits. It is comprised of a base matrix of high quality nickel silver connector clips in arrays of six, over which a printed circuit board is aligned. The designer prototypes the circuit through the board, using the clips to make the connections until the circuit is tested and ready for soldering. The circuit is soldered before being removed from the unit, and the painstaking process of transporting to a hard wired system is eliminated.


Operations Manual END-ED01-NAA - (pdf) - Full Size Designer - PDF(opens in New Window)



  Product Features:
Compact
Functional design
Unit can be closed (with circuit board in process) for storage or transport
Fits in Briefcase
Conductive foam inside cover for safe storage of components
All-metal Chassis construction for durability

Improved Layout of Working Area
Three separate working areas, two vertical, one horizontal
Connection strips in rows of six (conventionally five)
Over 3,400 Connection points
14 vertical buses
8 binding posts for inputs, accepts banana plug connectors

Time Saving
The E.N.D. patented system can save hours in the production of prototypes and short run or custom circuits

Dimensions
Circuit board - 6.875" x 8.00" x 0.031"
Electrons Network Designer - 7.75" x 11.00" x 1.25"

 

Operations Manual END-ED22-NDC - (pdf) - Small Size Designer - PDF(opens in New Window)

Circuit Board Schematic Worksheet-Full Size-END-CB-01AYF-02 - (pdf opens in New Window)

 

Circuit Board Schematic Worksheet-Full Size-END-CB-01AYG - (pdf opens in New Window)

 

Circuit Board Schematic Worksheet-Full Size-END-CB-02-BYE-02 - (pdf opens in New Window)

 

Circuit boards for Smaller Form END-ED22-NDC unit

Operations Manual END-ED22-NDC - (pdf) - Small Size Designer - PDF(opens in New Window)

Circuit Board Schematic Worksheet- Smaller Size-END-CB22-BYH - (pdf opens in New Window)

 


Last Updated (Friday, 16 October 2015 13:49)