SD, SM, MS, etc. sockets

Started by D Yuniskis in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 23 replies

Hi, I don't like using sockets in products. They add to cost, decrease reliability, tempt customers to "play" with the device(s) in those...

Hi, I don't like using sockets in products. They add to cost, decrease reliability, tempt customers to "play" with the device(s) in those socket(s), etc. So, most of the things I work on simply can't tolerate them (either for reliability or "regulatory" requirements). But, the sockets I *have* used in the past have always been for *components* that would otherwise be soldered onto th...


US Regulatory

Started by bbhack in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 3 replies

Hypothetical: If I have a product that plugs in, has power supply, micro, and SSR, can I sell this as a *kit*, even shipping the parts...

Hypothetical: If I have a product that plugs in, has power supply, micro, and SSR, can I sell this as a *kit*, even shipping the parts separately, with hypothetical purpose when assembled - without ETL mark, and not incur stupid liability? ImNAL, and I understand that there is no such thing as no liability. The purpose for doing so is to test the demand for such a thing, without tos...