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Thank you Tom :D

Yes I do have a way with people sometimes and we are good friends so he dose respond to me, most of the time :crackup:
so if you are looking for any of his products please give me a PM and I will be happy to help you if I can, if I don't carry it I will try and get it for you.

I do carry all of his drivers the V5, P3, Micro-Boost and Groove2, right now I have all but the V5 in stock.

As a matter of fact he is going to shut down his sales and I will be taking over a large part of it when he does.
That's about the most logical and best news to the customers
that still require drlava's products...


Jerry

You can contact us at any time on our Website: J.BAUER Electronics
 
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What IC is in the flexidrive? Surely someone could clone it?
 

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Hang in there guys, myself and a few friends have a P3 alternative in the works ;)

Will be cheaper than the die4drive too, and we're looking at some really neat features too. Can't give a date or specifics yet, but it's in the works :)

Dan
 

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hmmm. would be nice having a source of drivers 6km away rather than in the US!
I bought some constant current IC';s to evaluate at work and some look good.

I just have been too busy to test them or design a board. I did get the apprentice to buy some more PCB making supplies in preparation though, and im looking at upgrading the company version of eagle, that's a start:)

Hmmm we should talk...
 

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hmmm. would be nice having a source of drivers 6km away rather than in the US!
I bought some constant current IC';s to evaluate at work and some look good.

I just have been too busy to test them or design a board. I did get the apprentice to buy some more PCB making supplies in preparation though, and im looking at upgrading the company version of eagle, that's a start:)

Hmmm we should talk...
I think the free version of Eagle can do the job. And dorkbot is a great way to get cheap PCBs and there is also Sparkfun.

I just say that to suggest that it is definitely doable.

Hang in there guys, myself and a few friends have a P3 alternative in the works ;)

Will be cheaper than the die4drive too, and we're looking at some really neat features too. Can't give a date or specifics yet, but it's in the works :)

Dan
I think there are a lot of drivers in the works right now. ;)
 

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I think there are a lot of drivers in the works right now. ;)
Can't give out too much info yet, but this one is gonna be completely different to any analog driver currently on the market, even down to how you set the current.
 
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