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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2019, 21:02 
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Make full use of the second function of digital display on the basis of perfection
Extend it into a frequency meter
This "radio enthusiast" has an extra weapon - frequency meter

[url][url]Mouse, jog, ESC, digital display "single tube machine" + frequency meter
More added practical features! ! !
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This frequency meter is not weak.(2 paragraphs)
(1) 0.5MHz~30MHz(AM)
(2) 11MHz~150MHz(FM)

As shown below


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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2019, 21:21 
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Since the front is replaced by a varactor diode, there is room for the right space, so that the right mouse button can be switched back and forth. This switch seems to be dedicated to the frequency meter.
The left mouse clicks the "single tube" and the right mouse button switches the frequency meter. A perfect match!

Wonderful design that simplifies the circuit, switching
This frequency meter uses only one power switch
The frequency segment switch is implemented on the probe (this saves space inside the mouse)


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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2019, 21:28 
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1 Appearance (mouse tube shape)

2 jog + single tube machine

3 ESC + single tube machine

4 digital display + single tube machine

5 frequency meter + single tube machine

Every project is new

(Some digital display data cannot be uploaded
Is the size of PDF 960K
Need friends, contact me directly)

manufacture complete


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PostPosted: 18 Mar 2019, 17:39 
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That looks like some very nice and dope work done.


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