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This is a question directed mostly towards the beginners out there.If you were to buy a device, say a motor controller or a microcontroller, would you feel more intimidated by it if it was colored black?I mean, even if it looked cooler in the color black, would you be more afraid of learning how to use it as opposed to the normal green color?(I'm trying to understand the psychology of PCB colors )
You could categorize the boards by colour. Processor boards in black, motor controllers in blue, servo controllers in red, sensors in yellow etc.
this is the first micro controller i hadIt looks cooler black but i personally think green is more professional
Straining to reach for any impressions on a black PCB, I do get a vague sense that a device on black PCB is somehow "sturdier" or less susceptible to damage. I can't explain it but that is a very vague sense I have. This could both be a positive and a negative.
Admin, Can you render a picture of the Axon 2 in black for us?
Personally, I think black PCBs look totally BA