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Here is a parts list for the Eagle Eye control board.

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EAGLE EYE VIDEO BOARD PARTS LIST

(ALL PARTS ARE ORDERED FROM MOUSER UNLESS SPECIFIED)

(1) PICAXE CHIP 18M2 http://www.phanderson.com/picaxe/

(1) EXCHANGER CHIP SN754410NE

(1) PIR CHIP TS27L4IN (DIGIKEY/MOUSER)

(3) MOSFET 2N7000

(1) 3 SWITCH DIP SWITCH 774-2093MS

(1) PUSHBUTTON SWITCH 642-MHPS2273

(1) PIR 692-ZRE200BP MOUSER

(1) CDS PDV9005 (DIGIKEY)

(1) RED LED LTL353QRKNN

(1) ARRAY MOSFET RFD14N05L

(1) VOLTAGE REG. (4-5 VOLT) S-812C45AY

(2) 4 PIN TERMINAL BLOCK EBAY http://www.ebay.com/itm/130676048037

(1) 6 PIN TERMINAL BLOCK EBAY http://www.ebay.com/itm/400294315092

(1) 18 PIN SOCKET 571-1-390261-5

(1) 16 PIN SOCKET 571-1-390261-4

(1) 14 PIN SOCKET 571-1-390261-3

(1) 8 PIN SOCKET 571-1-390261-2

(1) OPTO MCT9001

(1) 100K POT 3362P-1-104LF

 

RESISTORS

(1) 330 OHM 660-CFS1/4CT52R331J

(5) 1K 660-CFS1/4CT52R102J

(8) 10K 660-CFS1/4CT52R103J

(1) 22K 660-CFS1/4CT52R223J

(1) 30K 660-CFS1/4CT52R303J

(1) 100K 660-CFS1/4CT52R104J

(5) 1M 660-CFS1/4CT52R105J

(1) 30k

 

CAPACITORS

(5) .1UF 581-SR155E104MAR

(3) 10UF 25V 647-USA1E100MDD

 

DIODES

(1) 1N4001 512-1N4001

(4) 1N914 78-1N914

 

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Thanks!
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Is there an updated parts list?
I am finding that some of the parts are no longer available [frown]
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What parts are you having issues with finding.  I should have them and in fact I could put together a kit for you.  You would want a usb cable for the picaxe ship so you can program it.  The software is free.  Some of these parts need to be bought at digikey and some at mouser. 
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The voltage regulator was not available and a few others, although you said in the other thread the AIO would be better for me for just pictures
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i have a couple here.  At this point not sure what to use.  Hole thru seems to be going away.
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Found these on Ebay.  A few left.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-pcs-S81240SGY-B-4V-LDO-POSITIVE-VOLTAGE-REGULATOR-TO92-3-SEIKO-NEW-USA-SELLER-/390744361482?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5afa2dca0a
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Since it is getting difficult to always find these I am working on finding a replacement.

The pinout is different on these than most voltage regs. If needed I could always change the circuit to allow use of a variety of regulators. It would be very simple to swap a couple traces around. Or it's possible to bend legs on regulator so pin outs align for use with older boards.

Since I originally used the AIO this regulator is the same that is used on it. So seems both boards now have a problem with finding a replacement.

Anyways I'll look into finding a replacement. Or reworking the board.
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This looks like a good alternative for a voltage regulator to use on this board.

http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/MCP1702-4002E%2FTO/MCP1702-4002E%2FTO-ND/2179270

All The MCP1702 series regulators should work. Just make sure you get the through hole mount and make sure the OUTPUT VOLTAGE is somewhere between 3 - 5 volts.
You can search mouser or digikey for this series by typing MCP1702 in the search box.

If someone try's these out please let me know how it goes. Though I'm sure it will work fine.
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The problems is making sure you get a regulator that is not a power hog. 
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I think this one will be fine
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