Isolinear Reader

Remember the calculator I got? The idea came while I was on one of those outstation trips. I mean, sure you have Optical Isolinear Chips for 2.15 kiloquads of data storage. And not only are they easily corrupted, they are very common for handheld devices such as PADDs and Tricorders. So, how can you tell if the Isolinear Chip is faulty?

You need an Isolinear Chip scanner, of course! Ha ha ha ha ha!

This is a suggested mock-up done in software
Things might change when I have the TIME to
really design the electronics. It will have some
LED sequence and sound (or maybe not)

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