Parts printed and the isolinear chip electronics are added.
This is the 24 VDC regulated down to 5 VDC and then switched.
Then the isolinear chip/rod housing with the switches and LEDs installed. I’m going to add a wire pair to this and hot glue stuff in place, then paint it black to black unwanted light emissions.
Each socket lights independently when a chip, or rod, is inserted. The switch at the 5 VDC regulator turns that lighting function on, or off.
The isolinear chip/rod “power” switch had a housing printed to ease gluing it in place.
STL files for the last few bits.
DS9 Viewer Iso Switch Housing v1.stl (3.2 KB)
DS9 Viewer Isolinear Bottom.stl (221.2 KB)
DS9 Viewer Isolinear Top.stl (442.9 KB)
I think I may be done printing parts for these.