I’ve recently added our new rotary encoder PCB for use with most standard 5-pin rotary encoders. I think these stand out from other similar products because multi-application was one of the key concepts in the design of the PCB. I’ve also added 100nF capacitors to cut the debounce problem associated with rotary encoders, so there’s no need to add additional off-board components for this reason. I’ve also added 10K resistors for the purpose of limiting current and as pull up resistors. If you’d like your PCB(s) without these components pre-installed, contact me.
You can get these at http://mklec.com/components/circuit_boards_pcbs/mklec-rotary-encoder-pcb-diy
I’m a bit excited to introduce this kit since it’s the first of it’s kind in our line of DIY guitar effects pedal kits. While it’s not really an “effects” pedal in and of itself, it certainly adds a desirable touch to many different types of effects pedals.
Following the success of our partnership with GreatScott! and the launch of the GreatScott! LED Color Organ Kit, we’re happy to introduce the new PCB version of this kit. With some careful thought and consideration, we’ve come up with a version that is more practical, easier to build, visually appealing, and flexible in how you choose to use it. Read more
We’re excited to announce a new product we now carry: the mklec mk-vb26 veroboard. We had these manufactured based on our specs and they look awesome. Since the price of veroboards tend to be high and there are very limited sizes to choose from as far as the smaller boards are concerned, we decided to have some custom made to suit many of our veroboard layouts. Not only that, we’re able to offer them at a great price that is sure to please.