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SAMD21G18A Sensor Board with Color Oled Rev3.1

4 layer board of 1.92 x 1.14 inches (48.7 x 29.0 mm).
Shared on October 16th, 2017 01:11

SAMD21G18A Sensor Board with Color Oled

samd_front samd_back

This Sensor Board is yet another variation of the other one on my site. It is not for sale with no real purpose in mind. It was created as design challenge. My full time job is pcb design work and as a hobby I enjoy experimenting with new design ideas. This was one of the more challenging designs I’ve worked on in a while. A few times I’d given up on routing it. Evan using four routing layers I found it tough. The idea was to hide the bezel of the display behind the board but have sensor components on that same board. It would look something like a little tiny television with all the components around the edges. This latest revision has fixed a few issues I found on previous versions but the design idea can possibly help others in some way. Full credit goes to Adafruit for publishing the Feather M0 design files along with the bootloader. I used the Feather design to create the schematic for my board. Credit also goes to Microwavemont on Tindie and the SSD1331 library that he has on his site compiles error free using the Arduino IDE.

The assembly instructions are at: https://0miker0.wordpress.com/samd21g-sensor-board-with-color-oled/

Feel free to email me at 0miker0@gmail.com with questions and follow me @mikerankin on twitter.


SAMD21G18A Sensor Board with Color Oled Rev3.1

4 layer board of 1.92 x 1.14 inches (48.7 x 29.0 mm).
Shared on October 16th, 2017 01:11

SAMD21G18A Sensor Board with Color Oled

samd_front samd_back

This Sensor Board is yet another variation of the other one on my site. It is not for sale with no real purpose in mind. It was created as design challenge. My full time job is pcb design work and as a hobby I enjoy experimenting with new design ideas. This was one of the more challenging designs I’ve worked on in a while. A few times I’d given up on routing it. Evan using four routing layers I found it tough. The idea was to hide the bezel of the display behind the board but have sensor components on that same board. It would look something like a little tiny television with all the components around the edges. This latest revision has fixed a few issues I found on previous versions but the design idea can possibly help others in some way. Full credit goes to Adafruit for publishing the Feather M0 design files along with the bootloader. I used the Feather design to create the schematic for my board. Credit also goes to Microwavemont on Tindie and the SSD1331 library that he has on his site compiles error free using the Arduino IDE.

The assembly instructions are at: https://0miker0.wordpress.com/samd21g-sensor-board-with-color-oled/

Feel free to email me at 0miker0@gmail.com with questions and follow me @mikerankin on twitter.



5V_0.95inch_SPI_Oled_Rev2.1

2 layer board of 1.01 x 1.05 inches (25.7 x 26.7 mm).
Shared on October 25th, 2016 11:43

Schematic and Bill of materials at: https://github.com/mike-rankin/3.3v-5v_0.95inch_SPI_Color_Oled

Grab the shared PCB from OSHPark at https://www.oshpark.com/shared_projects/Vlc5MLaO

Reach me at @mikerankin for any questions or comments


5V_0.95inch_SPI_Oled_Rev2.1

2 layer board of 1.01 x 1.05 inches (25.7 x 26.7 mm).
Shared on October 25th, 2016 11:43

Schematic and Bill of materials at: https://github.com/mike-rankin/3.3v-5v_0.95inch_SPI_Color_Oled

Grab the shared PCB from OSHPark at https://www.oshpark.com/shared_projects/Vlc5MLaO

Reach me at @mikerankin for any questions or comments



ESP8266-12E_0.95_Color_Oled_Rev1

4 layer board of 1.87 x 0.99 inches (47.6 x 25.0 mm).
Shared on September 27th, 2016 14:46

Schematic, Bill of Materials and Test Code at: https://github.com/mike-rankin/ESP8266-E12_Color_Oled

Assembly instructions -order the components on the parts list, follow the parts placement map and use the test sketches located here: https://0miker0.wordpress.com/esp8266-color-oled/ hand stuff the components, solder on the oled display but do not tape it down yet.

-connect the board to the Arduino IDE, pick the Adafruit Hazzah as the board, choose the right com port and load in one of the example sketches that I’ve modified for this hardware.

https://youtu.be/wIoibrByEOk


ESP8266-12E_0.95_Color_Oled_Rev1

4 layer board of 1.87 x 0.99 inches (47.6 x 25.0 mm).
Shared on September 27th, 2016 14:46

Schematic, Bill of Materials and Test Code at: https://github.com/mike-rankin/ESP8266-E12_Color_Oled

Assembly instructions -order the components on the parts list, follow the parts placement map and use the test sketches located here: https://0miker0.wordpress.com/esp8266-color-oled/ hand stuff the components, solder on the oled display but do not tape it down yet.

-connect the board to the Arduino IDE, pick the Adafruit Hazzah as the board, choose the right com port and load in one of the example sketches that I’ve modified for this hardware.

https://youtu.be/wIoibrByEOk



SAMD21G18A_Sensor_Board_Rev1

4 layer board of 0.81 x 1.55 inches (20.6 x 39.3 mm).
Shared on September 27th, 2016 11:38

ARM based version of the Sensor Board. For a schematic, BOM and Altium layout see https://github.com/mike-rankin/SAMD21G18A_Sensor_Board A video of it in action is at https://youtu.be/tMW9Yn2fMDE


SAMD21G18A_Sensor_Board_Rev1

4 layer board of 0.81 x 1.55 inches (20.6 x 39.3 mm).
Shared on September 27th, 2016 11:38

ARM based version of the Sensor Board. For a schematic, BOM and Altium layout see https://github.com/mike-rankin/SAMD21G18A_Sensor_Board A video of it in action is at https://youtu.be/tMW9Yn2fMDE



BeagleBone Black Oled Rev1.0

2 layer board of 1.12 x 0.88 inches (28.4 x 22.4 mm).
Shared on August 26th, 2016 11:50

Schematic and BOM at: https://github.com/mike-rankin/BeagleBoneBlack_3.3V_SPI_Oled


BeagleBone Black Oled Rev1.0

2 layer board of 1.12 x 0.88 inches (28.4 x 22.4 mm).
Shared on August 26th, 2016 11:50

Schematic and BOM at: https://github.com/mike-rankin/BeagleBoneBlack_3.3V_SPI_Oled