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alan856

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Greetings!  Some time ago I came across one of your schematics for Kit 110 Continuity Tester. I  was quite excited as in 1976 an engineer at a tech house I was working designed just such a device.  The idea was it would not put any voltage on the circuit to blow gates, etc! And it worked so good I always wished I had a version so when I found your schematic I excitedly began building one from scratch.

I was just now assembling it on a solderless breadboard - and the idea to just search on 'ozitronics' - and Voila! there you are! I had tried (not hard enough) to find the origin of the schematic but did not... until now. 

 I do light Arduino and similar work and do have a DVM with continuity test -but it is quite cumbersome to use in my meager space.  And the leads are (relatively) big. A lot of my testing is just for continuity - so have a SMALL dedicated unit would be great.

Sadly I see Kit 110 is not on your list of available kits.  :-(   Since I have all the parts - wondering if you have any PCB's left. If so, let me know if you would sell me one - I'd get another kit to help fill up the order.

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alan856

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Greetings again!  I have received an email from Frank Crivelli at oztronics.com indicating you could send me a K110 kit for $12 + $7 Shipping. If this can be done, contact me at

avr at avrdev dot net

and include an email to which I PayPal you the funds.  Will also give you shipping address at that time.   I posting here as I can find not email address to get to you.
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