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You can find all circuits, part list, codes and step by step to install the codes on links below.

How to install Ferduino code;

How to install Ferduino with web control;

Source code;

Part list;

Circuits;

Code for tests;

Free projects for LDD boards.

PCB for Mean well ELN and non-dimmable drivers.

Visit the web interface using the demonstration user.

Username: demo
Password: demouserferd


Many pieces and circuits?
So buy Ferduino Mega 2560 and turn your life easy.

Important topics about Ferduino Mega 2560.

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