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What about more technical info

  • andrefendres Friday, December 7, 2012 2:08 PM Reply
    much of the Arduino related products, like shields or sensors, dosen't have deep technical info, like datasheets. Some not even says the base chip/ic/sensor identification.

    There are only infos like current and tension and what's the use. But for hobbyst and enthusiasts, this is not the more important info.
    At least, we need the base chip/ic/sensor identification. Also some pictures showing all the product, from a top and botton view, with a big resolution, to try to identify the connections and the components of the product.
    This would help a lot to decide buy one or other product.

    This is my sugestion.
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  • Tonyyoung @DX Staff @DX Staff Wednesday, December 19, 2012 8:23 PM Reply
    Hello @andrefendres,
    Thanks for your kindly advise.
    I'm sorry for the poor detail information about the DIY electronics / electronical product . We have to contact our supplier to get the data one by one when our customers need at present. We are improving the procedures and the service ,we're planning to prepare the data in our server and provide the download link synchronized when the item is posted on the web page.
    I'm apologize for any inconvenience this may cause,your kindly patience and consideration will be high appreciated:)
    Thanks for your supporting.
    Have a nice day.
    DX Staff
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  • ferzam Wednesday, May 15, 2013 8:26 PM Reply
    Hi, I need more information like datasheet for The product that I bought:
    Sensor IO Expansion Shield with RS485 / Bluetooth V2.0 for Arduino
    I couldn't find any information in the site and in the web.
    I thought that this shield has I Bluetooth connection on board but it hasn't.
    Thanks for help.
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  • mmmmkay Monday, October 7, 2013 9:30 PM Reply
    It's really easy. Suppliers: We will NOT accept your products without data sheets!

    There, now you have happy customers and an awesome site!

    You're welcome for the idea,
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  • Simonetti2010 Thursday, November 7, 2013 6:40 AM Reply
    If you were a true Arduino enthusiast, you'd know where to look for technical advice.

    Learn to search for datasheets, join technical forums - specially arduino.cc, hack a bit for yourself. I've bought, literally, hundreds of Arduino stuff from DX and never relied on DX for technical advice, because the proper place to look for that is somewhere else.

    "I’m addicted to placebos. I’d give them up, but it
    wouldn’t make any difference." ............ Jay Leno

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  • Zden Monday, November 10, 2014 4:27 AM Reply
    A day has 24 hours and I have better to do than searching for datasheets.

    BTW, on technical forums, you get the advice: NO MANUAL = DO NOT BUY.

    And I am following this advice.
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