I have, in two different ways (which I don't intend to reveal as I don't want to destroy my reputation on the forum
) burnt the PCB/main PIC of my CA's.
I am now currently on my third PCB. I choose to desolder the pads as this is quicker than rerouting the wires through my old Vespa frame again. The newest CA PCB I have which I am now soldering to, is missing a whole bunch of solder pads, including the thermistor pads.
being able to monitor temperature was actually one of the key features I wanted in my CA. Now I'm "stuck" with two loose wires inside the CA which don't have anywhere to go. or do they? Did Grin do something to their PCB that allows me to solder them elsewhere?
I cannot find any info that refers to the "sudden" lack of solder pads on the newer PCB's. Wherever I find info on how to convert CA's from one type to another, it says that all PCB's are the same, so you can convert to and from anything you'd like.
I have asked Grin in an e-mail also, but half of my e-mails remain unanswered, and I am really eager to get going on this project...