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Quick update for the group. We have received confirmation from our freight forwarder that the switch testers will be arriving at our warehouse tomorrow. Upon receipt, our team will immediately begin breaking down the bulk order and preparing your individual orders for shipment. We are aiming to get all the testers out the door by Wednesday.
In terms of the PCBs, our vendor is holding to their previous estimate of shipment from their location by 9/15. As we get closer to the date, our vendor will be scheduling a pick-up for the moment the finished goods are available.
Expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 9/14 or sooner if something comes up.
If I ordered the tester with PCB will I have to wait longer and get one combined shipment?
I just got a shipping notification and have ordered the PCB also. So I assume they are shipping the boards later..
@morantz , thank you for taking the time to tell us that!
I also ordered mine with a PCB. If that's the case is MD eating the shipping? I have my tracking number too.
Same here, I am wondering how this will work. Especially for European customers who have to pays customs fees or whatever it is. Will they have to pay twice?
In any event this thing is useless to me without the PCB so I am wondering how the shipping of that will work.
Is the PCB assembled? Does it come with a microcontroller that is programmed? I probably should have asked this question a lot earlier...
I don't know the answer to customs fees (do you have to pay taxes when the product is below a certain amount?), I don't even know if the PCB arrived early and this shipment includes the PCB. But from what I can tell, the PCB comes with all the bits (except for the switch) soldered on, which is good because the microcontroller is surface mounted. It is pre-programmed, so you solder in the switches, plug it in, and you're good to go.